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    Looking forward, already had with an Eminent usb stick about 4-5 strong connections.

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    DX switched from HKpost to Chinapost which supposedly made things better, but during the new years season I'd expect a month of delivery time (counting from the day you ordered, and provided it's in stock).
    It's worth it though
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    Well tomorrow will be one month from my order, I can wait for it, but I was just hoping to get it this week since I am off from school. I am glad to hear that it works fine, because I started to have doubts after I ordered it.

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    Don't worry about the functionality, dont expect miracles, but it is a decent card.

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    @Citruspers hi mate
    i am confused between the :


    2000mW High Power 802.11b/g 54Mbps USB 2.0 Wireless Network Dongle with Dual High Gain Antenna
    and


    802.11g 54Mbps High Power 1000mW USB 2.0 WiFi Wireless Network Dongle

    can u help me , i want to know which one is better and works good for injecting etc

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    Read the reviews, make up your mind. Can't give you more than that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Citruspers View Post
    Read the reviews, make up your mind. Can't give you more than that.
    still what according to you is more good and i will buy that

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    I am new to backtrack and I am using backtrack 4 r2 . And I have a high gain USB alfa 2000mw 9dbi ant awus0360h/802.11b/g/n and it came with its own drivers. Windows drivers,linux drivers and mac drivers just wondering how to activate my antenna to pick up wi-fi spots thank you for any help

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    Quote Originally Posted by GhosRyder2 View Post
    I am new to backtrack and I am using backtrack 4 r2 . And I have a high gain USB alfa 2000mw 9dbi ant awus0360h/802.11b/g/n and it came with its own drivers. Windows drivers,linux drivers and mac drivers just wondering how to activate my antenna to pick up wi-fi spots thank you for any help
    Try using

    ifup wlan0


    EDIT: I still did not receive my adapter its been over 1 month since I ordered it.
    Last edited by kevin55; 12-17-2010 at 04:51 AM.

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    Assume it has the rtl8187
    Rtl8187 vs r8187 - BackTrack Linux

    have fun!

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