Ok, I know the host AP Drives have some drawbacks and some attacks are unsupported (or at least they were with older versions). I cannot get injection to work with my Senao 2511-CD EXT2 at all though:
The injecting card is a Senao NL-2511-CD EXT2, the one everybody has...
#aireplay-ng --test -e columbia -a 00:08:A1:64:A2:B0 wlan1
11:32:27 Waiting for beacon frame (BSSID: 00:08:A1:64:A2:B0) on channel 11
11:32:27 Trying broadcast probe requests...
11:32:29 No Answer...
11:32:29 Found 1 AP
11:32:29 Trying directed probe requests...
11:32:29 00:08:A1:64:A2:B0 - channel: 11 - 'columbia'
11:32:36 0/30: 0%
Until recently I had a dedicated laptop running Debian with a 2.6.10 Kernel and HostAP 0.4.7 (i think). Injection worked great with this card. Any ideas how I could maybe get it working with BackTrack?
EDIT: just wanted to add I've got three adapters/cards with Prism2.5 and none of them can inject.
EDIT#2: oh ya, all hostap kernel modules are properly loaded as well as ieee80211_crypt module.
EDIT#3 even tried flashing the firmware to the recommended version for injection .... still nothing
Can somebody confirm that this card will inject with the current HostAP drives on Backtrack 3. Also, let me know what primary and secondary versions of firmware are working.