[App_rpt-users] connect this system to internet

Brett Friermood brett.friermood at gmail.com
Tue Nov 15 10:40:02 EST 2016


Some prefer to have the networking connections managed by a network manager
such as wicd. I prefer to have full control over my network connections and
manually configure with ifconfig, iwconfig, and wpa_supplicant depending on
specific connection.

I you would like to go the manual route install the wireless-tools package.
If you are using a secured wireless network, above WEP, you will need to
use wpa_supplicant. Many tutorials and other articles available on the
internet to learn how to use them.

If you would like to go the automatic route you will need to either install
a manager of your choice or use any pre-installed one. It appears you are
using Doug's image and I am not sure if there is network manager installed
by default or not.

Brett KQ9N

On Tue, Nov 15, 2016 at 12:51 AM, Jerry Gainer <jerald.gainer at gmail.com>
wrote:

> OK! let me tell you some things.  I have an image of Asterisk software on
> my Raspberry Pi-3 model B.  I have a node for the 2meter system which I’m
> working with first.
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> I’m using a kenwood V71 for a radio and it had a data port that comes out
> of the back and goes to the DMK and the DMK connects to the Pi-3B.  I used
> an HDMI cable from the Pi-3 to my TV.  I was able to type on my wireless
> keyboard to run (/usr/local/sbin/firsttime.sh).  This let me put in my
> 2meter node number.  If later I need to update something I can run
> (/usr/local/sbin/netsetup.sh).
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> How do I get the Pi-3 on internet? It has wifi but I need to connect it to
> the house system? I have not found how to do that with Asterisk software.
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> Jerry Gainer, KC7GOL
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