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    Default Got 0 ARP requests

    Hello,

    I have BT3 with a WiFi board Atheros AR5005G.

    I don't manage to get ARP request, my command line is :

    aireplay-ng -3 -e ESSID -b @_mac_AP -h @_mac_station interface

    and I can see :

    "Read 150000 packets (got 0 ARP requests and 2000 ACKs), sent 0 packets...(0 pps)"

    What is the probblem ?

    Thanks in advance

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    Can you set up one of the client machines to ping a non-existant IP?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gitsnik View Post
    Can you set up one of the client machines to ping a non-existant IP?
    You want me to try to ping a non-existant IP ? I have to use the same MAC address as the only one station connected to the AP, and ping a non-existant IP ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJtef View Post
    You want me to try to ping a non-existant IP ? I have to use the same MAC address as the only one station connected to the AP, and ping a non-existant IP ?
    What OS are you running on the connected station? Can you associate to the AP with the wireless key? Is it WEP or WPA?

    Explain yourself what is going on @layers 3 and 2 when you try to ping a non-existent IP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DJtef View Post
    You want me to try to ping a non-existant IP ? I have to use the same MAC address as the only one station connected to the AP, and ping a non-existant IP ?
    Yes, that is exactly what I was asking you to do - Floyd even gave you some hints as to why.

    Why are you cloning your other mac address?
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