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    Default Failed Association

    Hi there! I have a big problem and really going crazy... I reading and reading,but still cant understand why I cant associate with AP. I write "aireplay-ng -1 0 ..." and receive:

    Sending Authentication Request
    Authentication successful
    Sending Association Request

    and after few messages like this I see:

    Sending Authentication Request
    Authentication successful
    Sending Association Request
    Got a deauthentication packet

    My question is does my wireless card need to be able to do injections, so will be able to do and succecefull asociation? Becouse I am not shure that my card can do injection attacks. Or just explain me possible reasons for failed association. I hope that someone will help me. Thanks!


    P.S. Using laptop Compaq 6715s with wireless adapter Broadcom BCM4311 801.11g. Backtrack4 R2 on bootable flash drive.

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    Default Re: Failed Association

    Yes. Your card must be able to inject before you can pentest your connection. Test your card first.

    command: (wireless card ex: is mon0)

    aireplay-ng -9 mon0
    or
    aireplay-ng --test mon0

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