show all network interfaces ip a

Look for your wireless interface (probably wlan0). This mini-howto assumes wlan0 is the interface to be configured.

Systemd unit wpasupplicant loads configuration from /etc/sysconfig/wpasupplicant –and– /etc/wpasupplicant/wpasupplicant.conf

edit /etc/sysconfig/wpa_supplicant

# Use the flag "-i" before each of your interfaces, like so:
#  INTERFACES="-ieth1 -iwlan0"
INTERFACES="-iwlan0"

setup your network credentials: edit /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf ; and add

network={
   ssid="YOUR_NETWORK_NAME"
   psk="YOUR_NETWORK_PASSWORD"
}

start and enable wpa_supplicant.service:

systemctl start wpa_supplicant
systemctl enable wpa_supplicant

check the results: (wpastate=COMPLETED if authentication to wifi network succeeded) <file> wpacli status </file>

run the config-network script. (this is quite a blunt tool, i don’t know a better one :hushed:) nethserver-config-network

wlan0 can be configured in the web-gui.