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|## Scenario 1 - Wi-Fi (red) and Ethernet (green)|
|this is a <sub><sup><color gray>From the `spectre-meltdown-checker --disclaimer`</color></sup></sub> test|
|New add-on as of Core Update 129.<color red> <- New in 2019! </color>|
|This sub-section offers an out-of-the-box configuration of the Raspberry Pi and enables your IPFire system to connect to the Internet via a wireless network (802.11). This can be your own wireless network or your neighbors. You will be able to connect to it as a client and IPFire will route your local networks through this wireless link. See [Wireless Client](/configuration/system/wlanclient).|
|In the IPFire setup **Extended Network Menu** the **<color green>GREEN</color>** network is the on-board Ethernet port and is known as `usb: Standard Microsystems Corp. SMSC9512/9514...` The **<color red>RED</color>** network is the wireless/WiFi and is known as `sdio: brcmfmac`.|
|After complete then configure the Wireless/WiFi from these [instructions](/configuration/system/wlanclient).|
|## Scenario 2 - USB Ethernet (red) and on-board Ethernet (green)|
|This sub-section offers|
|In the IPFire setup **Extended Network Menu** the **<color green>GREEN</color>** network is the on-board Ethernet port and is known as `usb: Standard Microsystems Corp. SMSC9512/9514...` The **<color red>RED</color>** network is the USB Ethernet adapter and starts with `usb:`. e.g., my USB Ethernet adapter is known as `usb: ASIX Electronics AX88179 Gigabit Ethernet`.|
|USB-to-LAN adapters are listed [here](/hardware/networking#usb_lan-dongle).|