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@@ -1,33 +1,69 @@
[[!meta title="Connecting to a network"]]
+[[!toc levels=2]]
+
+Connecting to a network
+=======================
+
You can connect to a network using a wired, Wi-Fi, or mobile broadband
connection:
- - If a wired connection is detected, Tails automatically connects to it.
+1. Open the system menu in the top-right corner.
- - To connect to a Wi-Fi network:
+ [[!img doc/first_steps/introduction_to_gnome_and_the_tails_desktop/system.png link="no"]]
- 1. Open the system menu in the top-right corner.
+ - If a wired connection is detected, Tails automatically connects to the network.
- 1. Choose <span class="guilabel">Wi-Fi</span> and then <span class="guilabel">Select Network</span>.
+ - To connect to a Wi-Fi network, choose <span class="guilabel">Wi-Fi Not
+ Connected</span> and then <span class="guilabel">Select Network</span>.
- - To connect to a mobile broadband network:
+ - To connect to a mobile broadband network, choose
+ <span class="guilabel">Mobile Broadband</span>.
- 1. Open the system menu in the top-right corner.
+ <div class="note">
+ <p>It is currently impossible to connect to a network using:</p>
- 1. Choose <span class="guilabel">Mobile Broadband</span>.
+ <ul>
+ <li>Dial-up modems.</li>
+ <li>VPNs, see [[the corresponding FAQ|support/faq#vpn]].</li>
+ </ul>
-[[!img doc/first_steps/introduction_to_gnome_and_the_tails_desktop/system.png link="no"]]
+ </div>
-To connect to Tor using bridges or configure a proxy to access the Internet,
-you need to [[activate additional Tor configuration when starting Tails|first_steps/startup_options#additional]].
+1. After establishing a connection to a network:
+
+ - If you can already access the Internet, Tor is automatically started.
+
+ - If you need to log in to a captive portal before being granted access to
+ the Internet, see our documentation on [[logging in to captive
+ portals|doc/anonymous_internet/unsafe_browser]].
+
+For more information, open
+<span class="application">[[GNOME Help|first_steps/introduction_to_gnome_and_the_tails_desktop#help]]</span>
+and choose <span class="guilabel">Networking, web, email & chat</span>.
+
+If you are concerned about being identified as a Tails user on your
+network, read our documentation about [[network
+fingerprinting|doc/about/fingerprint]].
+
+<a id="no-wi-fi"></a>
+
+Troubleshooting Wi-Fi not working
+=================================
-After establishing a connection to a network:
+[[!inline pages="doc/anonymous_internet/networkmanager/no-wifi.inline" raw="yes" sort="age"]]
- - If you can already access the Internet, Tor is automatically started.
+* Check in our list of [[known Wi-Fi issues|support/known_issues#wi-fi-workarounds]]
+ if there is a workaround to get your Wi-Fi interface to work in Tails.
- - If you need to log in to a captive portal before being granted access to
- the Internet, then [[see the corresponding documentation|unsafe_browser]].
+Using Tor bridges or a local proxy
+==================================
+
+To connect to Tor using bridges or configure a proxy to access the Internet,
+you need to [[activate additional Tor configuration when starting Tails|first_steps/startup_options#additional]].
+
+Modifying and saving your network settings
+==========================================
To modify your network settings, for example to configure whether or not
to automatically connect to a Wi-Fi network, do the following:
@@ -42,22 +78,3 @@ If you want to reuse your custom
configuration or the passwords of encrypted wireless connections across separate
working sessions, you can activate the [[<span class="guilabel">Network connections</span> persistence
feature|first_steps/persistence/configure#network_connections]].
-
-If you are concerned about being identified as a Tails user on your
-network, read our documentation about [[network
-fingerprinting|doc/about/fingerprint]].
-
-<div class="note">
-
-<p>It is currently impossible to connect using:</p>
-
-<ul>
-<li>Dial-up modems.</li>
-<li>VPNs, see [[the corresponding FAQ|support/faq#vpn]].</li>
-</ul>
-
-</div>
-
-For more information, open
-<span class="application">[[GNOME Help|first_steps/introduction_to_gnome_and_the_tails_desktop#help]]</span>
-and choose <span class="guilabel">Networking, web, email & chat</span>.