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Thread: Wireless interface help

  1. #1
    Just burned his ISO
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    Default Wireless interface help

    Hello all,
    I am working from a Ferrari 3400 with a internal broadcom wifi module. If memory services me right it uses the bcm43xx driver.

    Everything seemed to work fine I was able browse for wireless etc. so I tried to set up a airodump on eth1 to capture packets.

    after this I tried to do airoreplay which worked also I saw the packets incoming on airodump. But this is where things get weird after a x amount of time from boot (2 / 3 min ) the wireless interface seems to be having problems. When I do a airodump it doesn't see any wireless networks anymore and I need to bring the interface down and up again for it to start working again for another few minutes.

    Is this fixable? if not can you resume saving packets to the file? (is that supported? & do I need to do something extra or is -w enough)

    Regards
    Y00sh00

  2. #2
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    Broadcom support is scetchy and people have had mixed results. If you want to inject properly I suggest purchasing some new hardware.

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