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    Default Airdrop-ng possible problem help.

    OK so i have setup three routers here of mine to test airdrop-ng on. Everytime i try and use airdrop-ng with the deny any|any rule, i am not able to block access to the routers. I dont think i am doing anything wrong, do you think it could be possible i am too close to the APs?

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    Default Re: Airdrop-ng possible problem help.

    I dont think i am doing anything wrong, do you think it could be possible i am too close to the APs?
    Now its kinda hard to judge that with the skimpy info you are giving.. how close to the APs are you ?

    Post what you have done, commands etc. instead of 'its not working'.

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    Default Re: Airdrop-ng possible problem help.

    Well the AP's are in the same room as my Backtrack 4 setup, i have also tried moving them to other parts of my House but still no luck.

    My commands are as follows:

    Code:
    airmon-ng
    airmon-ng start wlan1
    
    airodump-ng mon0 -w test --output-format csv
    
    then i use a rules file i created located in the airdrop-ng directory, with deny all users from one of my AP's
    
    cd /pentest/wireless/airdrop-ng/
    
    airdrop-ng -i mon0 -t ~/test-01.csv -r rules -b -p
    Then airdrop-ng just runs scrolling all the txt etc but nothing happens to the AP's.

    Is it an error in what i am typing???

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    Default Re: Airdrop-ng possible problem help.

    Well can't tell whether your rules file is in order as not mentioned, but the first steps in starting up airodump appear to be correct.

    But for instance when you are in the airdrop directory ;
    Code:
    cd /pentest/wireless/airdrop-ng/
    echo '#Deny Rules' > rules && echo 'd/00-11-22-33-44-55|any' >> rules
    The above rule would block all access to AP with MAC 00:11:22:33:44:55

    When starting up airdrop, you probably need to start off with ./
    Code:
    ./airdrop-ng -i mon0 -t ~/test-01.csv -r rules -b -p

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