(Solved) iwinfo scan command issue in Warp Core, Instead?



  • Hello, Onioneers.

    "iwinfo ra0 scan" command shows WiFi List around like below:


    Cell 01 - Address: 00:08:9F:A5:4C:4C
    ESSID: "pureun2015"
    Mode: Master Channel: 1
    Signal: -256 dBm Quality: 204/100
    Encryption: none

    Cell 02 - Address: 86:25:19:27:AD:A4
    ESSID: "DIRECT-6SC43x Series"
    Mode: Master Channel: 1
    Signal: -256 dBm Quality: 196/100
    Encryption: WPA2 PSK (AES-OCB)

    Cell 03 - Address: 32:CD:A7:8C:06:95
    ESSID: "DIRECT-XUC470 Series"
    Mode: Master Channel: 2
    Signal: -256 dBm Quality: 179/100
    Encryption: WPA2 PSK (AES-OCB)

    Cell 04 - Address: 64:E5:99:CF:DF:BC
    ESSID: "taegeon024"
    Mode: Master Channel: 2
    Signal: -256 dBm Quality: 168/100
    Encryption: WPA2 PSK (AES-OCB)

    Cell 05 - Address: 90:9F:33:DA:C5:36
    ESSID: "Wclean-D"
    Mode: Master Channel: 3
    Signal: -256 dBm Quality: 193/100
    Encryption: WPA2 PSK (AES-OCB)


    In Warp Core, every signal is -256 dBm. is this command not available in Warp Core?
    Is there another command to scan WiFi in command line?



  • @Lee-James I found the answer and it works well.

    http://community.onion.io/topic/2765/wifi-scan

    ubus call onion wifi-scan "{'device':'ra0'}"


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