How to Make Ad-Hoc | Windows XP vs Linux ubuntu 8.10

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Connecting Windows OS to Ubuntu via Ad-Hoc

Using The networking services is the mandatory all of linux user. Because linux has good performance in networking. The service of networking is ad-hoc, we are able to use ad-hoc connection to every computer that has wireless device. Ad-hoc connection can be only connected with max 3 pc, if more than 3 your connection will very slow. It's operates by sending hundreds beacon packets per second to every computer that is still reaching out to area wireless connection.

In this article, I will explain how to connecting windows XP to Ubuntu 8.10. Both of its is very different, but we can keep to connect its via protocol tcp/ip.


I will not discuss about how to make an ad-hoc connection on Windows XP, but I will explain how to connecting an ad-hoc connection that has made on windows xp and connected to Linux Ubuntu 8.10


Configuration on Windows XP

You have made ad-hoc on windows xp with SSID name is mywork and use open authentication mode. Connect to mywork so it's status is not connected.

IP address : 192.168.1.1
Netmask : 255.255.255.0

Note: You must turn off the firewall to use ad-hoc

Configuration on Linux Ubuntu

  1. Click on network manager applet and select wireless mywork

  2. right click on networkmanager | edit connection | wireless | select my work | edit

  3. on tab wireless select mode Ad-Hoc

  4. on tab IPv4 settings | Method : Manual


  5. On table addresses



  6. AddressNetmaskGateway
    192.168.1.2255.255.255.00.0.0.0


Congratulation, you can connect Windows XP to Ubuntu 8.10. If You get some problems, please comment us. We will solve your problem. Thanks.

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Comments :

11 comments to “How to Make Ad-Hoc | Windows XP vs Linux ubuntu 8.10”
AngelBaby said...
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Wow,This is a great site full of very valuable information. I love what you are doing here. If I need help on anything I am coming here.

Love and Blessings,
AngelBaby

401notfound said...
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mantap jo,^^ gantian!!

Anonymous said...
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I need ubuntu(host) to xp(Client) ad hoc wifi is the same steps?

admin said...
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@anonymous
Yap.. Make ad-hoc connection at Ubuntu to WinXP is same steps.
I suggest, if you want to connect XP and ubuntu, you should make connection via winxp and ubuntu as client.. cos, If you make first ad-hoc via ubuntu, WinXP is long to get beacon packets.. OKAY..
thanks 4 your comment ^_^

Anonymous said...
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it does not work Joe. are you sure gateway is 0.0.0.0? my host is XP and client is ubuntu 9.10. I have made ping from ubuntu but no success. Could you help me?

Joe Engressia said...
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yup,
gateway must be 0.0.0.0 if you want to connect using ad-hoc.
please disable your firewall on windows XP, cos firewall can block the connection if you do ad-hoc.
after disable it, your connection will have connected LOL

Anonymous said...
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I'm also using XP & Ubuntu 9.10.

It failed on WEP connection. When I set the Security to None, it worked.

I still prefer the WEP though..

Anonymous said...
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I tried it on Windows 7 and Ubuntu 9.10.

It didn't work with Security set to WEP and also to None.

Anything else I can try? -- I'm doomed! :(

Rachat de credit said...
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Thanks a ton it has been a good help, now to make ad-hoc is definitely simple and easy with your guidance. Thank you

raj009 said...
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I am able ping from XP to ubuntu. But not able to access internet on XP ? any comment

raj009 said...
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TRY THIS

http://tech-spirit.blogspot.com/2011/11/ubuntu-to-windows-ad-hoc-internet.html

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