I have read this whole thread about ten times and I am still not getting something right. My /etc/dhcpd.conf matches the one in the first post and I am using BadKarma's script.
the command I am using is
The following is then posted.
./mitmap.sh -m apa -i wifi0 -o eth0 -s testnet -d /etc/dhcpd.conf
Everything looks good right? Well then I go to my other laptop (sitting about 15 feet away) boot up vista and then wireless assistant pops up finding "testnet" I try to connect, it takes awhile then spits back "this is taking longer than expected" then fails. I then open a command prompt and issue a "ipconfig /all" and the wireless card has a 169 address which is APIPA. Which was issued by the computer and not the DHCP server. At this point I cannot ping 10.0.0.1, nor can I access the internet. I did have wireshark running on at0 (10.0.0.1) and everything looks normal, there are some malformed packets but not all of them are. I would post the dump from wireshark but pastebin doesnt seem to like the size or format. To me it seems like dhcpd isnt giving out ip addresses.
Master Mode: ath0
Current MAC: 06:c0:aa:02:c4:6f (unknown)
Faked MAC: 00:40:62:92:af:84 (E-systems, Inc./garland Div.)
Starting Atheros Card in Karma Mode Succesful
DHCPD started succesfully
Starting Packet capture to /root/apmitm-Jan-20-09-021240.cap
ettercap NG-0.7.3 copyright 2001-2004 ALoR & NaGA
Listening on wifi0... (802.11)
Privileges dropped to UID 0 GID 0...
39 protocol dissectors
53 ports monitored
7587 mac vendor fingerprint
1698 tcp OS fingerprint
2183 known services
Starting Unified sniffing...
Text only Interface activated...
Hit 'h' for inline help
I am not sure what to do from here, could someone help?
Also when i try running
I dont get any errors but the ap is not viewable by the vista laptop.
./mitmap.sh -m ap -i wifi0 -o eth0 -s testnet -d /etc/dhcpd.conf
I know this is long but I hope the more information I give the easier it will be for someone to help me. Also spec on my setup are, MacBook running a hard drive install of bt3.