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Xou can do this by using links2 which is a pure text based browser for terminal. To install links2: sudo apt-get install links2 Then you can call your router by its normal adress he has in the network example (taken from my network): links2 192.168.0.1
You should check your current network settings in Ubuntu. While the laptop is connected to router, the IPv4 connection method must be set to "Automatic (DHCP)".
"MultiAP Isolation" option was enabled in wifi section of my router, thats the reason behind no ping between lan to wlan, I disabled that option and created one normal user on each machine, added the lines for local ip series like "sshd: 192.168.5." & "vsftpd: 192.168.5." in /etc/hosts.allow file as DHCP is enabled in router otherwise for a static ip, I ...
If the two machines are in the same network (same ip adress range), it does not matter if connected with lan or wlan. What does you mean with connect? There are different methods to "connect". One is VNC There for you have to install a vnc-server on one machine and a vnc-client on the other. Then you can connect via vnc and remotly connect to the ...
If you want to configure Static IP address you need to edit the /etc/network/interfaces and you need to enter the following lines replace eth0 with your network interface card sudo nano /etc/network/interfaces Set the primary network interface - to internet auto eth0 iface eth0 inet static address 192.168.xxx.xxx gateway 192.168.xxx.xxx netmask ...
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