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    Default Help: Wireless Connect

    I just installed BT 2 final on a USB-HD, using balding parots method.
    My laptop has an mini PCI 43XX card, I also got a PCMCIA Netgear WAG511 card.
    I can't seem to connect either 1 to an AP. I have tried with the shell:
    iwconfig eth0 essid roor
    dhcpcd -d eth0
    or
    iwconfig ath0 essid roor
    dhcpcd -d ath0
    depending on which card i am trying. I have also tried to KWIFIMANAGER to connect. I can connect to the roor network in windows, it is open, no key or mac filtering.
    I have successful used airodump-ng, aireplay-ng, aircrack-ng using ath0 to crack a WEP key on another ap but i can't figure out how to connect to it. I tried both KWIFIMANAGER and doing it in the shell:
    iwconfig eth0 key HE:XK:EY:FR:OM:AI:RC:AC:K-:NG
    iwconfig eth0 essid 2WIRE939
    dhcpcd -d eth0
    OR
    iwconfig ath0 key HE:XK:EY:FR:OM:AI:RC:AC:K-:NG
    iwconfig ath0 essid 2WIRE939
    dhcpcd -d ath0

    I want to be able to use ath0 for cracking and eth0 for surfing.
    I am new to both BT and Linux.

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    What's the make and model of the AP that you can't connect to?
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    iwconfig eth0 key HE:XK:EY:FR:OM:AI:RC:AC:K-:NG
    iwconfig eth0 essid 2WIRE939
    dhcpcd -d eth0
    OR
    iwconfig ath0 key HE:XK:EY:FR:OM:AI:RC:AC:K-:NG
    iwconfig ath0 essid 2WIRE939
    dhcpcd -d ath0



    YOU GET THE KEY FROM AIRCRACK ? so it's not your AP ? this is illegal and not supported here.......i bet no one will help you.........
    Watch your back, your packetz will belong to me soon... xD

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    Default Bcm4319

    I noticed that when i do iwconfig eth0 that the descriotion says it is 4318 but NDISwrapper, says i got a 4319, the card is a Dell Wireless 1470 (802.11a/b/g) Dual-Band WLAN miniPCI card.
    Maybe this is related to my problem. Do I need to install or upgrade the NDISwrapper or the BCM43xx drivers. How do i do it/Where do i get them, anyone know of any walkthroughs?

    I saw that the madwifi drivers had been updated and found xploit's walkthrough on install, since i have a NetGear WAG511v2 i will update these drivers.

    streaker69,
    the AP with that requires a key is a Buffalo WZR-RS-G54
    the AP that doesn't require a key is my neighbors and he is not home from works so i can't get the model info right now.

    shamanvirtuel,
    that AP is mine. I did try using the actual key. I used HE:XK:EY:FR:OM:AI:RC:AC:K-:NG to state that my cards are particually working.
    the other AP which is my neighbor's and has no ecription on it, i got permission to use because i can't connect to mine.

    Maybe I should goro work an try to connect to the ap there.

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    that's what i feel after reading the whole thread, i just don't believe you....... but maybe im paranoid.....
    Watch your back, your packetz will belong to me soon... xD

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    Default Netgear working

    I'd say your paranoid but anyways I got the Netgear working after i installed the newer madwifi drivers.

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    Default Dell Wireless 1470

    My laptop has the Dell Wireless miniPCI wifi card in it. I can't seem to get it to work in BT. According to NDISwapper it has the BCM4319 chipset. So i assume it is using the BCM43xx drivers.
    When i run "iwconfig eth0", i get:

    eth0 IEEE 802.11b/g ESSIDff/any Nickname:"Broadcom 4318"
    Mode:Managed Frequency=2.437 GHz Access Point: Invalid
    Bit Rate=1 Mb/s
    RTS thrff Fragment thrff
    Encryption keyff
    Link Quality=0/100 Signal level=-256 dBm Noise level=-256 dBm
    Rx invalid nwid:0 Rx invalid crypt:0 Rx invalid frag:0
    Tx excessive retries:0 Invalid misc:0 Missed beacon:0

    Notice that the Nickname is Broadcom 4318, but i got a 4319. Also Access Point is Invalid. My PCMCIA wifi card does say the Access Point is Invalid when it is not connected. Do all Broadcom chipset say Invalid when they aren't connected?
    I think I need to update (or reinstall if no updates are available) the BCM43xx drivers, can someone provide me with info on how to do this?

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    I assume you are trying to connect to your access point?

    Why did you start a new thread when you have another one open thats basically asking the same question?
    http://forums.remote-exploit.org/showthread.php?t=8231
    After reading it i am going to have to agree with shamanvirtuel on this one. You sound like your up to no good.
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    For all of our newer members. It is illegal and unethical to use a access point that is not yours. Even if there is no encryption set on it. Your average consumer is unaware of the dangers of having a open AP. just because I'm stupid enough to leave my front door open all the time does not mean you can come on in and drink my beer or bed my wife. open access points are the same way. I pay good money for my internet and I do not want some half ass lamo script kiddie eating up my bandwidth downloading porn and torrents. In my honest opinion if you can not affford a internet connection and a AP to practice on you are going to come in last place in the race to hack the planet.

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    Read this and thats what will happen to you if you continue using other peoples AP.

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