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    Default Keeps sending association request

    I have a WMP54G v 4.1 with BT2 and when i try to install the drivers for the rt61 wireless card, it says ra0 is deprecated.. is this right because when i do airmon-ng start ra0 it says unknown chipset and unknown driver monitor mode is not supported, but the thing is when im trying to do a fake authentication it says sending association request like 6 times and then just freezes there what shall i do?

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    Default Association request

    This is an error message with my rt61 card its suppose to be patched because ic ompiled and installed from serial monkey but here it is
    "Sending association request
    Sending association request
    Sending association request
    Sending association request
    Sending association request""
    its like this for 5 minutes

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    Out of curiosity, how many threads are you going to start revolving around the same issue with your wifi card...?
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    Quote Originally Posted by swc666 View Post
    Out of curiosity, how many threads are you going to start revolving around the same issue with your wifi card...?
    Evidently until he gets his "instant" answer from here...

    http://forums.remote-exploit.org/showthread.php?t=10004


    Quote Originally Posted by psp219 View Post
    I have a WMP54G v 4.1 with BT2 and when i try to install the drivers for the rt61 wireless card, it says ra0 is deprecated.. is this right because when i do airmon-ng start ra0 it says unknown chipset and unknown driver monitor mode is not supported, but the thing is when im trying to do a fake authentication it says sending association request like 6 times and then just freezes there what shall i do?

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    how far do i have to be away from my access point cuz its on th e other side of my house which is around 70 feet away, if i cant associate with it, how do i build an antenna without destroying my current one?

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    If you are only 70 feet away then your problem is most likely somewhere else such as the most common problem: User error

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    is 70 feet and 3 walls a distance that it will still work at and also how do i check if injection works on in aircrack 0.9.1 ?

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