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    Ok... for those of you who noticed, yes, this is sorta-kinda like my last question, just different. I figured out to re-word my question to get my answers.

    For those of you who didn't, ignore the above statement

    How can you find out what clients are connected to a given AP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spyder_Snyper View Post
    Ok... for those of you who noticed, yes, this is sorta-kinda like my last question, just different. I figured out to re-word my question to get my answers.

    For those of you who didn't, ignore the above statement

    How can you find out what clients are connected to a given AP?
    Run Kismet. Sort the APs, select the one you want and hit C.
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    use airodump-ng it will be the station next to the bssid.

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    oh sweet!!!

    thanks...

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    kismet is the faster and easy way of finding clients, sure
    kismet
    sort it (s command and c command) will sort by client number
    select network
    type c to see clients
    Watch your back, your packetz will belong to me soon... xD

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