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Another way to hear that is, you changed you ISP or the old
router needed to be
changed out with another one.So I agree we need more information.
On 8/30/20 11:55 AM, Mark Griffith via
Well, you may have
unintentionally opened a big can or worms.
When you say you "changed my
router", what exactly did you change?
What operating system (OS)
software are you installing on the Raspberry Pi? Raspbian
Buster I hope.
If you have installed a
standard version of Raspbian, and are connecting to your
network with Ethernet cables, then there is nothing that you
need to do. If you are trying to use WiFi, then you just need
to modify one file and it should connect.
The issue is what did you do
to the router? Make changes in DHCP? SSID name? Password?
On Sunday, August 30, 2020, 11:06:52 AM CDT, Grover
Cleveland via groups.io <k7tp@...>
I need your help, Pi
After I changed my router none of the PI's that I use for
Ham Radio show up.
I know what you are about to say - you have to change the
settings for the network.
Here's what I have done without luck:
- Reinstalled the images to micro sd cards
- Changed the wpa_supplicant file to the appropriate
- Created the blank ssh file
- Installed the SD cards and rebooted each device
- Ran an ip scanner
- Connected an ethernet cable to my pc from the
- Connected the Pi's directly to the router with
Nada. - nothing
The PI's are 3B, 4 (4gb), and a jumbospot.
Thanks in advance