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    Default Forcing packet traffic on wireless AP w/o client

    I am currently in hacking class and trying to figure out if there is a way to force packet's without needing a client. Currently using aireplay with deauthenication which requires a client connected to AP..is there is a simple way to recreate the same type of packets without just the AP itself?

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    Default Re: Forcing packet traffic on wireless AP w/o client

    What do you mean by " force packet's without needing a client"? Packets are made on the local machine and sent to the router all the way up to their destination.

    Or are you trying to hack someones wireless network?
    (Which is what it sounds like you mean)

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    Default Re: Forcing packet traffic on wireless AP w/o client

    neonlazer - look into the aireplay-ng fragmentation attack (aireplay-ng -5). Use fragmentation when no client is associated. Make sure you perform fake authentication to the target AP first.

    The result of the fragmentation atack will be a keystream that is written to a .xor file.

    Once you've got the .xor file, use packetforge-ng to create a packet you will later inject into the target (aireplay-ng -2 -r <forged packet name> <interface>.

    Do some research on the fragmentation attack; aireplay-ng -5, packetforge-ng and aireplay-ng -2.

    You're obviously NOT in the Offensive Security class because you would know this stuff already.

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