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There's a couple of different ways to do this:

If you want to optimize you will need to manually configure the connection in the /etc/wpa_supplicant/<name>.conf file. Assuming that your distro is also relatively modern (i.e. uses systemd rather than sysvinit) you should also have systemd-networkd available, which is simple to configure.

When checking into Linux items, my general go-to is the ArchWiki. It's comprehensive, generally presents multiple use cases, and is pretty no-nonsense:
WPA supplicant - ArchWiki
systemd-networkd - ArchWiki

If you want to make your life a bit easier and add some flexibility, you can install NetworkManager:
NetworkManager - ArchWiki
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