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I looked at the openrepeater stuff on YouTube.
Have you guys seen the Pi-Star image? It has a facility where the wi-fi comes up as an access point on first boot then allows you to scan for networks and configure. Would be a great feature to add.
On 11 December 2018 15:07:20 GMT, Daniel Loranger <dloranger08@...> wrote:
Can you explain how you have the network setup?
I have been assuming you are accessing the system from a local node (keyboard and monitor on the pi) and you are trying to connect to a router for outside access. Once the wifi is connected to the router, you are trying to use a pc with a browser to connect to the openrepeater gui from inside the wifi network.
Is this all correct?
Some other things to consider, if you are using a guest wifi, or mobile network, hotspots or similar, you may be able to get out (ping google), but not back inside without having the firewall ports opened. As I recall for outside access you need to open the https ports and ssh for admin port.
On Tue, Dec 11, 2018, 6:20 AM Daniel Loranger via Groups.Io <email@example.com
I do the wifi through raspi-config as well, then run ifconfig to confirm its connected as expected and to see what the ip address is, then using a browser navigate to the ip address shown.
Just tried to do it and confirmed its working.
I will ask the dev to double confirm as well to make sure its not something on my router or etc that's making it work.
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