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    Question Broadcom 4311 bcm43xx Injecting but can connect

    Hello!

    I have few problems trying to connect AP with my card. It injects pretty well with all kinds of attack, but I must switch to Windows if I want to make the connection!

    I searched and find few hints like compiling the kernel with the new b43 drivers, are they compatible with bt3's one ? What will happen if I update to the latest kernel ? I thought using ndiswrapper with windows dll but don't really know what to do ^^

    Thanx a lot

    EDIT2 : Easier solution!

    Like wik86 said, Broadcom released linux version of their drivers! Check the post below for the bcmnet.lzm

    EDIT : Solution!

    Like Tron advised i checked out how to install auto-ndiswrapper.

    In fact i had to download it at easylinuxwifi and make few commands:

    Code:
    tar -xvf Auto-NDIS-0.1.tar.gz
    cd Auto-NDIS-0.1
    python auto-ndis.py
    At this point the url to download looked really ugly and you have to modify it manually:

    Code:
    kedit database.py
    Ctrl+F and find "kubuntu", and you will have to modify all strings by deleting from .exe to the quote to make it like others one. Save and run auto-ndis.py again! Say Y and wait (~50mb to download).

    ndiswrapper will be configured at the end (put No to the last question). In fact there is some stuff to do because the ndiswrapper -m havn't make the alias.

    Code:
    echo alias wlan0 ndiswrapper >> /etc/modprobe.d/ndiswrapper
    rmmod bcm43xx
    modprobe ndiswrapper
    Actually you can check if it worked by iwconfig if you can see wlan0! It worked for me

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    Exact Same with mine. I made sure my card was in managed mode and wpa_supplicant is running and still no luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dadsy View Post
    Hello!

    I have few problems trying to connect AP with my card. It injects pretty well with all kinds of attack, but I must switch to Windows if I want to make the connection!

    I searched and find few hints like compiling the kernel with the new b43 drivers, are they compatible with bt3's one ? What will happen if I update to the latest kernel ? I thought using ndiswrapper with windows dll but don't really know what to do ^^

    Thanx a lot
    If bcm43xx truly does not allow you to connect with your wireless card, NDISwrapper will be a much less cumbersome approach to solve the problem. There are multiple guides out there on how to use/install ndiswrapper and also a nifty script that automates the installation procedure called auto-NDISwrapper. I did a small write-up on the tool in question, which you might find helpful.
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    Ok i'll try it tomorrow and reply as soon as possible! Thanks a lot

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    I got my broadcom working by doing this

    modprobe broadcom
    ifconfig eth1 up
    iwconfig eth1 enc (wepkey) mode managed essid (essid) channel (channel)
    dhcpcd eth1

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    I get it working! I edited the first post for the solution it was a bit more complicated but thanks you all

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dadsy View Post
    I get it working! I edited the first post for the solution it was a bit more complicated but thanks you all
    check out the link In this thread
    http://forums.remote-exploit.org/sho...light=broadcom

    Broadcom has native linux drivers now havent tested yet though

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    Wow thanks! It works in a really simple way but don't support injection

    Just follow the readme.txt on broadcom's website! Thanks again

    Last post i think I made a lzm!

    Download bcmnet.lzm from hxxp://w13.easy-share.com/1701909827.html
    Copy to BT3/modules/, boot and :

    Code:
    rmmod bcm43xx
    modprobe bcmnet
    So simple

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