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Thread: Chipset Vs the injection speed

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    Default Chipset Vs the injection speed

    Hi,

    Currently I'm using Prism 2.5 "b" card and injection is working but no matter what AP I "do" and no matter how good power report in airodump-ng I got, injection is slooow. Most of the time I get only 10-30 data units/s.
    One time I managet to get 100/s but never again. On some tutorials I see people got 200-500/s.
    If I switch to Atheros I should get better results? I'm thinking about CM9 (AR5004X) and CM-11/DCMA-82 (AR5006X). I'd prefer CM9 as the chipset is better supported but CM-11 is high powered. Sensitivity is very good at both of them.

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    Did u change your Chipset ? wouldnt mind knowing how u got on...


    Thanks MaxWeb

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    Currently I'm asking owners of AR5006X at Aircrack forums what they think about it's injection speed and tx power setting issue. I'll let You know here if I get anything useful.

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    5004x works well for me and runs in BT2 Final with just 1 command to set to monitor (airmon-ng start wifi0).... 100,000 iv's in 20 mins is no problem..
    BT3 Beta
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    Thanks for answer.
    To people interested in my progress like maxweb:
    I got another reports that NMP-8602 400mW runs at 19dBm max and only person which claimed that it runs with full power is Senao's distributor ;]
    I ended up with buying Ubiquiti SuperRange2 (taken from not selled Mikrotik routerboard or something similar) for 59$ and now waiting for it.
    I hope it it will be already with correct program (check Ubiquiti's FAQ for details)

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