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  1. #461
    Senior Member paul-'s Avatar
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    Are you really using WEP security?

    I cannot say I've ever even tested that. What is in the diagnostics box for "Available wifi networks"
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    I don't normally use WEP. I have a modern access point that I use for wifi. I was just trying this older wifi as it is direct to my router. The piCorPlayer wifi did not work with the other wifi networks either.

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    Teh fact that WIFI mac is showing up means the hardware and drivers is working. So now we need specific info about your WAP's

    Also, where do you have your RPi mounted? Is it in a case? If so what kind of case? It should not be in a metal case.


    Run the diagnostics again, and what is showing up in the "Availiable wifi Networks"
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    It is not in a case at all yet. It is within 6 feet of the router. Scan sees all of my available wireless networks.

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    If it can see it, then there should be no problems, but Please cut and paste that data.

    Then enter your WiFi info above and the output when you Save.
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    Scanning.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    SSID Quality Level Channel Encryption Address
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    1. John_1_2.4 100 -29dBm 11 (2.462GHz) on WPA2 F8:7B:8C:A4:06:B2
    2. John_1_5.0 100 -39dBm 36 (5.18GHz) on WPA2 F8:7B:8C:A4:06:B3
    3. john 98 -41dBm 11 (2.462GHz) on WEP 00:7F:28:E9:C7:B9
    4. john_ext 81 -53dBm 11 (2.462GHz) on WPA F8:78:8C:01:6A:A0
    5. MySpectrumWiFiad-2G 47 -77dBm 5 (2.432GHz) on WPA2 94:91:7F:23:3A:AB
    6. MySpectrumWiFi89-2G 42 -80dBm 5 (2.432GHz) on WPA2 78:29:ED1:6A:87
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    [ INFO ] Loading wifi firmware extensions...
    [ OK ] Atheros firmware loaded.
    [ OK ] Broadcom USB firmware loaded.
    [ OK ] Ralink firmware loaded.
    [ OK ] Realtek firmware loaded.
    [ OK ] RPi Broadcom firmware loaded.
    [ OK ] Done.
    [ INFO ] Loading wifi extensions...
    [ OK ] Wireless tools loaded.
    [ OK ] CRDA loaded.
    [ OK ] WPA supplicant loaded.
    [ OK ] Done.
    [ INFO ] Generating new passphrase...
    [ INFO ] Writing to /usr/local/etc/pcp/wpa_supplicant.conf...
    [ INFO ] Reading from /usr/local/etc/pcp/wpa_supplicant.conf...
    Stopping WiFi on wlan0...
    Starting WiFi on wlan0...
    [ INFO ] Backing up files to /mnt/mmcblk0p2/tce/mydata.tgz/-
    Done.
    [ OK ] Backup successful.


    Let me know if you need additional info.

  7. #467
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    Get rid of the WEP. You do realize someone can hack your network in about a minute.

    Select one of your other networks. Save and then reboot. Then go to Diagnostics and look at the boot log.
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    Ok,

    I have set up a new wifi with no special characters. Here is where the problem appears to happen:

    Starting wifi...
    Starting WiFi on wlan0...
    udhcpc: started, v1.30.1
    udhcpc: sending discover
    udhcpc: sending discover
    udhcpc: sending discover
    udhcpc: no lease, forking to background
    Done.

    Thanks for your patience.

  9. #469
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    Your wifi router is not giving it a DHCP assignment. Check your router logs for proper authentication and to see what might be going on.
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    Can't play (ops@48000Hz) format in LMS with YouTube plug-in

    Hello,
    I am using Vortexbox-LMS for music server. I am listening music with PicorePlayer 5.0 in PaspberryPi 2.
    I can't play 160kbps CBR, YouTube (ops@48000Hz) files. Other YouTube formats are not problem. But it can't play ops file format files.
    How settings should be YouTube plug-in in LMS Settings>Advanced>File Types for ops file format?

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