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    Default Ipw3945 Packet Injection

    Hi guys,

    At this moment I'm using backtrack 2 final with my ipw3945 network card.
    It works fine but i cant find a good answer for the packet injection, is it possible? Is there a good tutorial about it? I read some tutorials about it but I cant get a answer that actually works.

    On the wiki stands 'Enters monitor mode, but cannot inject '.

    Regards,

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    I don't think this was ever fixed, but it works like a charm in BT3. Just a couple things you gotta remember.

    modprobe -r iwl3945
    modprobe ipwraw

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    Hm oké I'l see if I get BT3 to work properly. Thnx for the answer.

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    I actually compiled the new raw drivers into the Fedora 9 install just like 2 days ago relatively easy. Here is a link for the tutorial. I assume if you really wanted to do it with Backtrack 2 you could probably remove the old and add the new although most people are going to tell you to switch to Backtrack 3. Again I have not done this on BT2 myself so I am just making an assumption but the directions are pretty straight forward for an avid Linux user.

    This should be the link for the ipwraw homepage
    http://homepages.tu-darmstadt.de/~p_larbig/wlan/

    And here is a nice set of instructions but I had to modify this to work with Fedora. I imagine you will need to do the same.
    http://www.aircrack-ng.org/doku.php?id=ipw3945

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    Oke thnx for the info. I will give it a try. My first goal is to let BT3 work properly from the live cd.

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