**What is the problem?**Router does not see Octopi. Same Raspberry Pi is seen and connects and functions with router as expected.
What did you already try to solve it? I have spent many hours reading and following online instructions from various sources rechecking editing of octopi-wpa-supplicant.txt numerous times. Used Nano editor to recheck contents of said file and cannot find anything typed incorrectly. Also tried adding network info at end of the file as suggested by one source to no avail. Raspi-config is of no help.Downloaded 2019-09-26-octopi-buster-lite-o.17.0 twice used Etcher to flash 2 different 32G SD cards all giving same results.
Logs (syslog, dmesg, ... no logs, no support) I don't know how to get log files from Octopi attached to this message since I cant connect the Octopi to the router.
Additional information about your network (Hardware you are trying to connect to, hardware you are trying to connect from, router, access point, used operating systems, ...)I am trying to connect Octopi on a Raspberry Pi v4 to a Netgear R7000 router which has no problem with any other device except the PI with Octopi on it's SD card. I was hoping I might get some help as to what to look for in the logs and find out if there is a way to suspend output to my monitor during boot up so I can see what is happening. Also if I could suspend output or print from the PI the output from wlan0 scan I could see what the ESSID information is in first 2 cells. My router broadcast two network names Netgear77 and Netgear77-5G. I don't know why that is because no device that I have tries to connect to the latter they all connect at 2.4. The SSID in octopi-wpa-supplicant.txt is Netgear77 and county is US Any help would be greatly appreciated as I would very much like to control my Prusa mk3s with Octoprint or anything I could use to use for control. Many thanks for your time and attention .