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Old 16th February 2010, 23:12
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Default Request : Linux Access Point based on Fedora

Hi guys,

Thanks for this great website that made my life a bit easier.

Can somebody make a tutorial about how to build a wifi access point on Fedora for a basic installation using hostapd ? I mean a Fedora box connected to internet using eth0, and provides a wireless access point using wlan0.

I've been trying for several days now with, my clients are getting an IP from the DHCP but still can't connect to internet, nor ping the AP or the other clients.

Thanks in advance
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Old 22nd February 2010, 20:48
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Come on guys, please
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I'd be interested in this too!
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