sansfaille replied at Thu Oct 23, 2014 19:11
Thanks for the replies.
maybe you have an issue with routing, or firewall rules. Maybe.
Show me the output of a 'netstat -rn' and look for the defaultgateway.
Do an 'ifconfig wlanx' (x whatever your WLAN adapter is).
Do a 'ping ip-of-wlanx' and look if you get replies.
Do a 'ping ip-of-defaultgateway' and look if you get replies.
Do you have firewall rules on the BaPi. Do an 'iptables -vL' to list them.
If your BaPi gets it's IP address and so on over DHCP, look for it's nameservers. Do a 'cat /etc/resolv.conf' and look for them.
If nothing of the above works, do a 'dmesg | grep -i wlan -A3 -B3' and post it.