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    Default no way out of monitor mode

    is there a way to get out of the monitor mode,

    if i start kismet, it changes to monitor mode, thats ok it works,

    but it works only one time, As i used kismet and close it, the card dont get out of monitor mode and finally nothing works
    if got no prism2 or atheros chip (not at the moment)

    its the intel 2200bg

    thanks a lot for comments

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    i believe its "iwconfig xxx mode managed" xxx should have ath0 etc... what ever card you have goes there. Search works great, if that didnt work search "Managed" and you will find something.

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    fine thanks, i will test it and report

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    airmon-ng stop 'iface'
    Watch your back, your packetz will belong to me soon... xD

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    I was really excited to find a thread in which i could actually help someone rather than feel like I am just a question-filled forum kiddie.

    but yeah shaman beat me to the punch

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    This is my regurgitation (sp?) of one I learned here as well. Replace [interface] with the interface you are using (i.e. eth0, ath0).

    Stop your current interface...
    Code:
    airmon-ng stop [interface]
    Start a new one in managed mode...
    Code:
    wlanconfig [interface] create wlandev wifi0 wlanmode sta
    In managed mode, you can set the key, set the channel, and request a DHCP address.

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