Note only the subscribed "install version" of Webconverger can persistently keep your wireless configuration between reboots.
Example 0, essid 'home' with no security
wpa-ssid=home wpa-key-mgmt=NONE to your boot command
line should set your machine up for these wireless settings.
Example 1, hidden essid 'home', no/disabled security
wpa-ssid=home wpa-key-mgmt=NONE wpa-ap-scan=1 wpa-scan-ssid=1 will create the following configuration in /etc/network/interfaces.
iface wlan0 inet dhcp pre-up iptables-restore < /etc/iptables.conf wpa-driver wext wpa-ssid home wpa-key-mgmt NONE wpa-ap-scan 1 wpa-scan-ssid 1
WARNING: Hidden essids are trivially detected with tools like Wifi Analyzer. Setup your Access Point to use WPA please.
Example 2, broadcasting essid 'home', with WEP HEX key BBE54998315E7E1616B8462B45
wpa-ssid=home wpa-key-mgmt=NONE wpa-wep-key0=BBE54998315E7E1616B8462B45
WARNING: WEP is deprecated and insecure technology. Please use WPA instead.
Example 3, broadcasting essid 'home', with WPA key uiopzxcv
Example 4 "Spaces in the ESSID", broadcasting essid 'Hopstock Gjestenett', with WPA key uiopzxcv
Please avoid spaces in ESSIDs. In this case we workaround with a
Gjestenett'), to get the following boot recipe: