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Access point as WiFi router/repeater, optional with bridge

I need a wireless access point that is bridged with the wired ethernet port and that is connected to another wifi internet router with a client connection as uplink. All devices connected to the RasPi ...
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Setting up a Raspberry Pi as an access point - the easy way

I know how to do it the classic way as described for example by the official documentation at Wireless connectivity. But that needs many different components which must play together and each ...
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Workaround for a wifi bridge on a Raspberry Pi with proxy arp

I want to bridge the wifi interface with the ethernet interface on a Raspberry Pi so any device on the ethernet port becomes a member of the wifi network. Usually this is done by a bridge (OSI layer 2)...
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Use systemd-networkd for general networking

systemd-networkd can be used to replace the existing networking system on Raspbian. How can I use it for general purposes for networking like DHCP server, name resolution, link-local addresses, mDNS ...
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Raspberry Pi Zero W as a WiFi repeater

I'm currently trying to setup my Raspberry Pi Zero W as a WiFi repeater, but the kicker is that I don't want to use another USB WiFi card. First of all, is this even possible, and if it is, what ...
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Access point as WiFi router/repeater with additional WiFi-dongle

There are some tutorials to make an access point a WiFi repeater using only the on-board WiFi chip of a Raspberry Pi. But I want to use an additional USB/WiFi dongle as second interface for the up-...
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Switch between wifi client and access point without reboot

I want my Raspberry Pi to be used as access point or as client connected to my internet router but not both together. So I want to switch between these two modes with one simple command without ...
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How to setup an unprotected Ad Hoc (IBSS) Network and if possible with WPA encryption?

There are several tutorials out there to setup an Ad Hoc network, for example Ad Hoc setup in RPi 3. But how can I do this using systemd-networkd? And all what I've found is using unprotected ...
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Netbooting multiple “workers” RPi from a “master” RPi

My question is, I believe, a little bit complex, and I think it would be better to fully describe what I have and what I want to achieve, with what I am able to do. What I have I have a group of ...
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Switching to a different wireless network when it is available

I have a Raspberry Pi 3B running Raspbian Lite Stretch (2018-03-13). I have an IoT device that broadcasts an AP. I want my RPi to join this AP whenever it is available (i.e., the IoT device is on). ...
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RPI3 Raspbian Stretch regular connection on wlan0 AP on wlan1

I'm trying to make a very simple setup with my RPi. On the on-board standard wlan0 I want to connect to my home network normally, using a wpa_supplicant file this works very well. Now I'm having ...
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Using the Raspberry Pi as a Router

First of all, I've searched the internet and try many methods. Still couldn't work this out. I want my RPi to be between an end-point and a router, and eventually be kind of firewall, that all the ...
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Configuring 2 wifi interfaces, one DHCP and the other ad-hoc, in Stretch

I have a number of Pis running jessie, with 2 wifi interfaces. One of the interfaces (wlan1) connects to the local DHCP server, and the other (wlan0) connects to a local ad-hoc network. In jessie this ...
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Raspbian Buster - Keep network interface down on boot

I am configuring my raspberry pi zero w for a project in which I am using a micro-USB Ethernet (eth0) and WiFi (wlan0) as network interfaces. I am using wpa_supplicant to configure wlan0 to connect to ...
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eth0 with dhcp ip address AND additional static IP

I'm using Raspbian Jessie. I would like to have 2 ip addresses on my raspberry eth0 interface. One dynamic, dhcp assigned, One static, configured either in /etc/network/interfaces, either in /etc/...

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