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    Question Virtual Access Point

    Hi all,

    I've just bought the alfa 500 (AWUS050NH), with the Ralink RT2770 chipset.
    I've seen that madwifi project give u the ability to create vap (virtual access points and/or stations), but for atheros chipset.

    Is there a way to do the same with this Ralink chipset ?
    I've seen airmon-ng creates a "mon0" virtual interface, in order to sniff the traffic, so I guess it is possible ?

    Thx a lot :-)

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    You already start a thread into the French community.
    http://forums.remote-exploit.org/sup...point-vap.html
    I don't thing it's a good idea to start a new one here.

    Please have patience. You will get your answer.

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    hi,

    I thought posting in two different communities was not a "real" double-post, cuz those are 90% not the same guyz...

    Second, as you can check my former post was this one, so...
    here is the original one, not the duplicated

    for those who are interested with this topic, we are for the moment thinking about this solution:

    ifconfig wlan0:1 192.168.2.41 netmask 255.255.255.0
    But this command seems to give us a second (virtual) IP address, for a same link. The purpose is to fine a way to connect to several links/networks with the same wifi device (alfa 500 AWUS050NH, Ralink chipset).

    So this solution is for a non-proper layer; we need a solution to create several virtual MAC addresses, in order to create other wifi links, on the same device.

    I duno if I'm comprehensive

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    Quote Originally Posted by .virtual View Post
    hi,
    I thought posting in two different communities was not a "real" double-post, cuz those are 90% not the same guyz...
    In reality it would be better if you made only one post. If you do find a valid answer, in one or the other threads at least make sure that you post said valid info so that both communities can benefit.

    Also use the edit button instead of making multiple consecutive posts.
    To be successful here you should read all of the following.
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    Quote Originally Posted by archangel.amael View Post
    In reality it would be better if you made only one post. If you do find a valid answer then in on or the other threads at least make sure that you post said valid info so that both communities can benefit.

    Also use the edit button instead of making multiple consecutive posts.
    No pb, I'll do this don't worry about that

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