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    Default Alpha iw reg set error

    I have a alpha awus036h and when trying to change power to 30 mw using the command iw reg set b0 I keep receiving the error not a valid iOS/iec 3166-1 alpha2 special non - alpha usable entries:00 world regulatory domain. has anyone had this issue and how can I get it set to b0?

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    Default Re: Alpha iw reg set error

    I too am getting this error with my Alfa 1000mw USB card. Any help would be appreciated.

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    Default Re: Alpha iw reg set error

    You may find some help by reading the following post:

    http://www.backtrack-linux.org/forum...ad.php?t=47200

    Take a look at post # 4 where you can find a video by vivek, very helpfull for your question.

    Just run it at you own risk, some people have burn their wireless card once they run at maximun power

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    Default Re: Alpha iw reg set error

    Is it possible that you typed the "BO" wrong? Its "iw reg set BO" (for Bolivia, I think), not B-Zero.

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