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auto wlan0 iface wlan0 inet dhcp wpa-ssid "Katrina Maltais's Network" wpa-psk yourpskhere
The network status LED's do not light for WIFI. They only light with wired connections.Croziea wrote:Tried this, thankfully something did change, but it's still not 100%.
When I rebooted the RPi, the USB dongle had a flashing blue light, and when I run ifconfig wlan0, I get a result back for RX bytes and TX bytes, which was originally 0 before.
But the LED lights on the RPi for internet are not flashing, and when attempting to connect to a browser, it cannot connect, any other ideas? I'm desperate
How would I know if theres mac address filtering enabled? It's a new house and we just got the router set up with a no name company, so it's very possible.SirLagz wrote:From the fact that there's no IP address, I'd say he's not connected to the wifi network.
Whats iwconfig show ?
There's no mac address filtering enabled on the WiFi router is there ?
Yes we've had numerous devices connect to it. I've had friends come over and connect their phone/computer, so MAC address filtering is disabledSirLagz wrote:By default, it shouldn't have MAC address filtering. Not sure how to check on your router since every router is different.
Can any other device connect to the WiFi ? Especially one that has never connected to it before ?
If some new device can connect to it, e.g. friend's phone, then MAC address filtering is likely disabled.