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bambinos
post Jun 17 2013, 01:52 AM
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Hi all again.
so i have reached to another problem.
what i need to do is to connect 2 wifi adapters each in a RPi and have them both connected to each other without using any other hardware as a middle man (router).
is that possible and if yes could you guide me through it.
i have searched through many forums but evedryone is using a router to do that work.
thx in advance
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bambinos
post Jul 10 2013, 06:30 AM
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hi again and thanks for your help.
i did all you wrote me and i reached again a point of no return wink.gif
first of all when i scan for the network it tells me that i am in channel 1 not 4.
second even though i can connect to it from a windows machine and a raspberry i cannot connect on it via two raspberries, which is the main theme here.
is there a command that i need to connect manually or is there any other prob that i cannot even think about it.
also, i dont know if it helps that... even i though i am connected to the network from windows i cannot see or even ping the first machine.
thx again
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