How to connect WiFi in SBO?

We can configure static internet connection through "internet" script which comes with the SBO installation. This script is developed by Synchronous to make the internet connection management easier. With the help this script you can add, delete and update the internet connection of SBO.

To begin the WiFi connection setup first log into SBO and give the "internet" command. It will open the internet connection setup wizard. SBO internet setup script has the following 4 options.

WiFi 1

Then choose “Add New Connection” from the connection manager list which is in option 2. In the input value field write 2 and press enter. After that It will look up all Ethernet and WiFi interfaces connected with the SBO and show a list of all available Ethernet and WiFi interfaces.

WiFi 2

From the available interface list, you can decide which WiFi interface you want to configure for WiFi connection. For example, you want to be connected on interface wlo1 which is in option 2. Then type 2 to select interface wlo1 and press enter.

WiFi 3

After selecting interface name, need to give consent for scanning SSIDs by typing "yes" as input value and press enter. Which will list out all of the available SSIDs nearby.

WiFi 4

Before proceeding next it will ask for a final consent if you agree then put "yes" in the input box and press enter. Then script will ask for a SSID name and its password. If SSID and password get matched then you will see a success message like the following.

WiFi 5

After successful WiFi connection setup you can verify your IP address with the “View connection details” option. For that, select the option “no” press enter to re-run the script.

WiFi 6

To view the IP address select the “View connection details” option by typing 1 and press enter. It will show all the available interface lists with connection details like the following.

WiFi 7

Finally, test your WiFi connection with the help of a ping application. For that you have to exit from the script by giving “yes” to the script. Then give the “ping -c 3 -I wlo1” command to test the connection. If you get a ping reply, the connection is OK and ready.

WiFi 8


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