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Connect your unsecured wireless stuff to the internet in a secure and anonymous way

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Alvan wrote 01/29/2017 at 21:58 point

Thanks for the tutorial! I followed the instructions and I am able to see the wifi with other devices, but I cannot connect to it. Double checked the wifi password, everything seems to be correct. Any ideas what could have gone wrong? 

Thanks!!

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meir_zisu wrote 01/27/2017 at 22:49 point

I followed the instructions on RPI 2, but I am not able to see the new wifi, any idea why?

If my router is on 10.0.0.X range, Should I modify the script to setup 10.0.0.X address and not 192.168.X.X

Thanks,

mzisu

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Jakub Simek wrote 12/30/2016 at 02:33 point

Hi,
thx for your tutorial, but I'm still running into one problem. Every time i try to install ISC DHCP, in the end of instalation it says:

'job for isc-dhcp-server.service failed.... '
'invoke-rc.d: initscript isc-dhcp-server, action "start" failed'

Can any1 pls tell me what to do? I tryed several tutorials, but every time this happend.

I use RPi2 B and TP-LINK - wn722n

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ismaele wrote 11/24/2016 at 21:38 point

Hi Thomas, 

I use a raspberry Pi 3, and i tried to install this software, but when i 've installed pifi, my wifi stopped working.

i tried to stop pifi, to reset wifi settings, and to update my file, but it still not working.

so how can i do to resolve this problem?

i hope you'll answer me

Ismaele 

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Dim wrote 08/18/2016 at 21:16 point

So are the connections issues solved ? Thx

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Bucky wrote 07/17/2016 at 11:19 point

will a wipi work

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barismert wrote 06/05/2016 at 15:52 point

Hello. 

The scripts are ok with the raspberry pi 2 with TP Link WN725N wireless stick. There have been some errors with the first script but after rebooting the PI, ı can easily connect to AP very well.

After the second script I have checked  my ip using ipleak.net and it has been seen TOR exit node. So it is ok,too.

Is there a vpn kill switch configuration in the script that enables the network more secure?

Thank you very much.

Kind regards.

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Henrik J wrote 04/22/2016 at 19:47 point

will this work with a raspberry pi 3? Is its onboard wifi an issue? 

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Alex wrote 05/16/2016 at 19:42 point

Henrik, I ran into some issues getting this set up myself (also on a Pi 3) and yes, you'll have to tweak certain things (for instance, the driver is different than the one that the linked hostapd script expects).  I followed this guide to get it set up as an access point:

https://frillip.com/using-your-raspberry-pi-3-as-a-wifi-access-point-with-hostapd/

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Dim wrote 08/18/2016 at 20:51 point

Hi all 

Did this worked ? Should I removed the dongle and go 4 that ? 

Got a PI3 too ....

Thx

Dim

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rhadax wrote 03/15/2016 at 22:45 point

Hi, after launch pifi.sh and reboot, i found my wifi but after connect i have restricted access and no internet.

And i found this error in my raspy :

not running dhcpcd because :etc/network/interface

defines some interface that will use a DHCP client  ... failed

Startpar: services returned failure: isc-dhcp-server ;.. failed

If you have some ideas ... i've tested all tuto with pifi.sh and no one works. PLease help me ;)

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bazzinga wrote 03/03/2016 at 15:46 point

hi , i have the same problem, i have a Edimax wifi dongle, but i think the problem is somewere else because when i check the status of the hostapd, it's not recognised , and in /etc/init.d/ it does not return any instructions after a status or start query.

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greenones wrote 03/03/2016 at 00:09 point

Hi!

So I get to this part:

Follow all the instructions on the screen. The script will reboot your Pi when it is finished

After the reboot I lose all network connections :P Any suggestions?

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Thomas wrote 03/03/2016 at 08:14 point

Hey!  Look at the suggestion I gave someone else in the comments
section.  It is probably the same issue.  What brand of wifi dongle are
you using?

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