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    Default WG111 Problems BT2 Final

    I am unable to inject with the Netgear WG111 v2. I have problems with the whole thing and i will explain. First if i put the card in monitor mode it take about 20 sec's to complete. then when i open airoscript it does not detect it. Now if i edit airoscript.sh to wlan0 it detects the card but i have to use option 8 to reset then option 9 to enable monitor mode. then i am able to scan. With out editing the script i had to disable monitor mode and use the wireless assistant and it would bring the card up and then it would show up if i opened airoscript. I followed the guide on aircrack-ng's website to remake the drivers with the patch and that did not change anything. Also if i use the wireless assistant it will not connect to my AP it just gives the error of failed to connect. I did see some where that there are two wg111 v2. and that the real V2 has the ID of 6a00 and that is the one that have. I have tried this on 2 different computers one with the LiveCD and the other HD install and the same happens to both. Would somebody please be so kind to help me out with this issue. Thanks...

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    Here is some more info that might help...
    Code:
    Linux kernel driver for RTL8187 based WLAN cards
    Copyright (c) 2004-2005, Andrea Merello
    rtl8187: Initializing module
    rtl8187: Wireless extensions version 21
    rtl8187: Initializing proc filesystem
    rtl8187: Enabling 14 channels.
    rtl8187: MAC chip version: 04
    rtl8187: Card type: AD
    rtl8187: Reported EEPROM chip is a 93c46 (1Kbit)
    rtl8187: Card MAC address is 00:18:4d:b7:3d:0b
    rtl8187: CCK TX-Power (b-mode):
    rtl8187: Channel 1: 8
    rtl8187: Channel 2: 8
    rtl8187: Channel 3: 8
    rtl8187: Channel 4: 8
    rtl8187: Channel 5: 8
    rtl8187: Channel 6: 8
    rtl8187: Channel 7: 8
    rtl8187: Channel 8: 9
    rtl8187: Channel 9: 10
    rtl8187: Channel 10: 10
    rtl8187: Channel 11: 10
    rtl8187: Channel 12: 11
    rtl8187: Channel 13: 11
    rtl8187: Channel 14: 11
    rtl8187: OFDM TX-Power (g-mode):
    rtl8187: Channel 1: 8
    rtl8187: Channel 2: 8
    rtl8187: Channel 3: 8
    rtl8187: Channel 4: 8
    rtl8187: Channel 5: 8
    rtl8187: Channel 6: 8
    rtl8187: Channel 7: 8
    rtl8187: Channel 8: 8
    rtl8187: Channel 9: 9
    rtl8187: Channel 10: 9
    rtl8187: Channel 11: 9
    rtl8187: Channel 12: 10
    rtl8187: Channel 13: 10
    rtl8187: Channel 14: 10
    rtl8187: RF Chip ID: 05
    rtl8187: Card reports RF frontend Realtek 8225
    rtl8187: WW:This driver has EXPERIMENTAL support for this chipset.
    rtl8187: WW:use it with care and at your own risk and
    rtl8187: WW:**PLEASE** REPORT SUCCESS/INSUCCESS TO andreamrl@tiscali.it
    rtl8187: This seems a new V2 radio
    rtl8187: PAPE from CONFIG2: 0
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 00 : 8187
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 01 : 4608
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 02 : 006A
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 03 : 0B02
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 04 : 0000
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 05 : 0000
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 06 : AD05
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 07 : 1800
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 08 : B74D
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 09 : 0B3D
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 0A : 5D00
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 0B : 0000
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 0C : C600
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 0D : EA59
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 0E : A00F
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 0F : 0100
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 10 : 0000
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 11 : 0000
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 12 : 0000
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 13 : 0000
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 14 : 0000
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 15 : 0000
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 16 : 8888
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 17 : 8888
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 18 : 8888
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 19 : 7312
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 1A : 860C
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 1B : AB9A
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 1C : ABAB
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 1D : 1103
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 1E : 4E45
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 1F : 5447
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 20 : 4541
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 21 : 5220
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 22 : 5747
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 23 : 3131
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 24 : 3176
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 25 : 3211
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 26 : 034E
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 27 : 4554
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 28 : 4745
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 29 : 4152
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 2A : 2057
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 2B : 4731
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 2C : 3131
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 2D : 7632
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 2E : FFFF
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 2F : FFFF
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 30 : FFFF
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 31 : FFFF
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 32 : FFFF
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 33 : FFFF
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 34 : FFFF
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 35 : FFFF
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 36 : FFFF
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 37 : FFFF
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 38 : FFFF
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 39 : FFFF
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 3A : FFFF
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 3B : FFFF
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 3C : FFFF
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 3D : 8988
    rtl8187: EEPROM addr 3E : 9A9A
    rtl8187: Driver probe completed
    
    usbcore: registered new interface driver rtl8187
    raw TX is enabled
    rtl8187: Card successfully reset
    rtl8187: Dumping NIC register map
    
    D: 00> 00 18 4D B7 3D 0B 00 00 00 00 32 20 A8 00 00 20
    D: 10> 00 00 00 06 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
    D: 20> 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 82 42 80 02
    D: 30> 00 20 00 88 44 5B 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
    D: 40> 00 00 00 18 0D FC 5C 90 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
    D: 50> 00 00 9D 10 59 0A 00 A0 00 AD 06 00 01 00 10 00
    D: 60> 12 73 0C 86 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
    D: 70> 68 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 01 00
    D: 80> A4 03 FF FF 00 04 CC 02 00 20 01 01 00 00 80 46
    D: 90> 00 01 7E 0B 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 0A 13 00
    D: A0> 20 9A 52 20 40 48 2C 00 C5 36 52 26 13 5F 77 1B
    D: B0> 06 00 8F C7 22 14 14 50 00 00 00 00 00 73 00 00
    D: C0> 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
    D: D0> 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 C1 00 00 00 46 00 5F 00
    D: E0> 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
    D: F0> 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 35 01 01 DD
    rtl8187: RR:84 BRSR: 41ff
    raw TX is enabled

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    And here
    Code:
    Bus 1 Device 2: ID 0846:6a00 NetGear, Inc. WG111 WiFi (v2)
    Code:
    wlan0     802.11b/g  Mode:Monitor  Channel=11  Bit Rate=11 Mb/s
              Tx-Power=28 dBm
              Retry:on   Fragment thr:off
              Link Quality:0  Signal level:0  Noise level:0
              Rx invalid nwid:0  Rx invalid crypt:0  Rx invalid frag:0
              Tx excessive retries:0  Invalid misc:0   Missed beacon:0
    Code:
    wlan0     Link encap:UNSPEC  HWaddr 00-18-4D-B7-3D-0B-30-3A-00-00-00-00-00-00-00-00
              UP BROADCAST MULTICAST  MTU:1500  Metric:1
              RX packets:2427 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0
              TX packets:0 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0
              collisions:0 txqueuelen:1000
              RX bytes:163272 (159.4 KiB)  TX bytes:0 (0.0 b)
    Code:
    wlan0     Available private ioctls :
              badcrc           (8BE0) : set   1 int   & get   0
              activescan       (8BE1) : set   1 int   & get   0
              rawtx            (8BE2) : set   1 int   & get   0
    Code:
    lsmod | grep ieee80211
    ieee80211_rtl          55556  1 r8187
    ieee80211_crypt_rtl     4740  1 ieee80211_rtl

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    I'm stuck too. It just won't inject, seems like the drivers aren't working like they should...that's all I can say.

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    I GOT IT WORKING !!! Sorry for shouting but I figured out what the problem was... It's the wrong drivers. There are now 3 version 2 wg111's. Give me a few minutes and i will post a how-to... it might be a dirty how-to but it works. Just cracked my AP with injection....

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    First off on the netgear website there is a guide to tell you how to tell what version wg111 you have for Tivo. Guess what none of the Serial numbers matched mine as mine has V2 on the stick and the box. How i got injection working below.

    Installed BT2 Final to hard drive.

    Went to the realtek website and downloaded the Linux drivers for the RTL8187B
    Code:
     ftp://210.51.181.211/cn/wlan/8187B_linux_24.6.1021.0212.2007.tar.gz
    then
    Code:
    ifconfig wlan0 down
    rmmod r8187.ko
    rmmod ieee80211-rtl.ko
    rmmod ieee80211_crypt_ccmp-rtl.ko
    rmmod ieee80211_crypt_tkip-rtl.ko
    rmmod ieee80211_crypt_wep-rtl.ko
    rmmod ieee80211_crypt-rtl.ko
    unzip 8187B_linux_24.6.1021.0212.2007.tar.gz
    cd 8187B_linux_24.6.1021.0212.2007
    sh makedrv
    sh wlan0up
    Now i did recive error's Thats OK. I just restarted and thats it. Works perfect. No more 20 sec. hangs everything seems to work fine. Now like i said it is a very dirty how-to so if there is a better way than please post but this did work for me... Hope this helps peace

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    Exactly the same symtoms here...which is annoying!

    Only this time I'm using an Alfa awus036h which is a Rtl8187 based device, and using BT2 final.

    Would anyone be able to help?

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    @buggs187: cool didn't realize they had a new driver out!

    Sadly, I never get that far as to install them.

    1) I do the makedrv and get several:
    makedrv: line x: /usr/bin/make: cannot execute binary file
    errors
    2) Just trying "make" I get the same error, interestingly the same applies to "man" which I was trying to use for another reason.
    Something's seriously borked.

    So I boot from the BT 2 beta live cd which I had laying around since before and had successfully compiled with, using make.

    1) Drivers get installed but seem to be work like before, as in no injection
    2) Airmon won't even see my interface so I can't load monitor mode with it, I used iwconfig instead but doesn't seem to inject
    3) I fire up Wireshark to test it but it won't run because of some missing libraries

    I run from the live cd, I guess I could free up some space on my hdd and install Backtrack but since it seems pretty broken I'm not sure it would do much good.

    Sorry if I sound as a whiner, I really like this distro and it has somewhat rekindled my old interest in Linux but I've been having so many problems with this issue and it's driving me nuts

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    ***UPDATE ***
    Ok i have tried this on another computer. what i wrote before did not work. So i redone everything i had done prior and got it working again sort of.

    Follow the guide on aircracks website for the rtl8187

    you have to edit the airoscript.sh to use wlan0.
    Code:
    /usr/local/bin
    then follow the guide i made before. restart and open airoscript and it should work.
    I did find another problem maybe someone can help me with. After i run a attack and close the windows i can reset with option 8 and then airmon with option 9. I can scan just fine but it will not inject UNLESS i do ifconfig wlan0 down unplug then replug the card in. after that it works again until i start over....

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    Quote Originally Posted by titan View Post
    @buggs187: cool didn't realize they had a new driver out!

    Sadly, I never get that far as to install them.

    1) I do the makedrv and get several:
    makedrv: line x: /usr/bin/make: cannot execute binary file
    errors
    2) Just trying "make" I get the same error, interestingly the same applies to "man" which I was trying to use for another reason.
    Something's seriously borked.

    So I boot from the BT 2 beta live cd which I had laying around since before and had successfully compiled with, using make.

    1) Drivers get installed but seem to be work like before, as in no injection
    2) Airmon won't even see my interface so I can't load monitor mode with it, I used iwconfig instead but doesn't seem to inject
    3) I fire up Wireshark to test it but it won't run because of some missing libraries

    I run from the live cd, I guess I could free up some space on my hdd and install Backtrack but since it seems pretty broken I'm not sure it would do much good.

    Sorry if I sound as a whiner, I really like this distro and it has somewhat rekindled my old interest in Linux but I've been having so many problems with this issue and it's driving me nuts
    Wish i could help you but i dont know enough about linux to help. Hell i am not even sure how i figured out how to do this. And i am almost sure that I am doing everything back asswards.... I just hope someone with 1337 ness in linux can help us out...

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