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Thread: Is it possible to set DWL-G630 in monitor mode ?

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    Question Is it possible to set DWL-G630 in monitor mode ?

    Hi,

    I use a Wireless Adapter D-Link DWL-G630 (Chipset Ralink - Driver RT61)

    BT2 Final Version include some new drivers (RT2500, RT73, RT61, ...)

    I try to use airmon-ng on live CD BT2 but I've the following message :

    Interface . . . Chipset . . . . . Driver

    ra0 . . . . . . . Unknown . . . . Unknown (MONITOR MODE NOT SUPPORTED)

    Can you tell me what's the problem, and how I can resolve it ?

    Thank's

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    don't use airmon-ng

    instead :
    ifconfig ra0 up
    iwconfig ra0 mode monitor channel XX rate 1M
    Watch your back, your packetz will belong to me soon... xD

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    Thank's, it works. But do you know why it don't works with airmon-ng ?

    Usualy I like to understand

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    Default Explainations please

    I don't know why my second post wasn't considered as new post.
    So i think shaman virtuel don't read it...

    I try again

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    yes the rt61 is not recognized well by airmon-ng because the driver share some iwpriv with others drivers.....airmon-ng can be tweeked in order it works...but i can't remember the things to change...
    Watch your back, your packetz will belong to me soon... xD

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