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    hi i'm new for backtrack:
    i've bought this wifi usb device: D-link DWA 110 (RT73 chipset...)
    does anyone know how to use it in backtrack
    thanks!!

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    What if you run "ifconfig' or "iwconfig" ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ken727818 View Post
    hi i'm new for backtrack:
    i've bought this wifi usb device: D-link DWA 110 (RT73 chipset...)
    does anyone know how to use it in backtrack
    thanks!!
    Just connect the USB NIC after properly booting BT3 and in iwconfig you would be able to find your wireless nic.if it does not work then
    lsmod
    it will show that rt73 chipset modules are loaded if does not then use
    modprobe rt73
    should work now.
    test using airodump-ng rausb0
    aireplay-ng -9 rausb0
    if it works let us know cause its not on Backtrack HCL wiki and aircrack-ng supported HCL list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ken727818 View Post
    hi i'm new for backtrack:
    i've bought this wifi usb device: D-link DWA 110 (RT73 chipset...)
    does anyone know how to use it in backtrack
    thanks!!
    There are numerous threads about how to use this particular chipset in BT3 already. Simply type in RT73 in the search box and start researching.

    EDIT: Well looks like you caught secure_it in a good mood since he already gave you all the information you need for free.
    -Monkeys are like nature's humans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by =Tron= View Post
    There are numerous threads about how to use this particular chipset in BT3 already. Simply type in RT73 in the search box and start researching.

    EDIT: Well looks like you caught secure_it in a good mood since he already gave you all the information you need for free.
    Tron like you are always in good mood and helps a lot.I too on same track.I know his next post would be "I could not find or please help I am stuck at this blah blah" and so all

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    thanks guys

    first i install a drvier from someone and it bring me wlan0 interface and i can't use airodump-ng at all;
    so i uninstall and use this driver "rt73-k2wrlz-3.0.1.tar.bz2" in this website "homepages.tu-darmstadt.de/~p_larbig/wlan" and i got rausb0 interface instead, now i can use all command;

    thanks

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