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    OK when I enter in aireplay-ng -1 30 -e CHANNELNAME -a MY_MAC_ADDRESS -h AP_ADDRESS eth1...I get this error message:
    The interface MAC (00:1B:77:CD:EB:12) doesn't match the specified MAC (-h).
    ifconfig eth1 hw ether 00:1B:2F:63:9A:AA

    I was in Windows when I got my Wireless MAC, but that shouldnt matter. However i will admit at the prompt where you typed airodump-ng -c {channel} -w {network name} {interface} (Wish I could upload an image, but not sure how to in Linux) I don't get what MAC is the MAC Of The Client and whats the AP MAC ADDRESS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by n3mp0 View Post
    Are you insulting me I'm at school right now, but I think I figured out the problem. Thanks for the help, Ill keep you posted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by archangel.amael View Post
    No, no one is insulting you! You came here and asked for help about a program that was neither created nor maintained by the wonderful folks that gave you Backtrack.

    If you didn't notice the smile....I was joking.

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    Unless I'm very tired b/c it's 2:25 here I think you got it backwards. -a is the AP's MAC and -h is your's. BTW, you might just want to try aireplay-ng -1 30 (or 0, why 30) -e CHANNELNAME eth1, and see if it's your lucky day. It will probably work.


    Quote Originally Posted by n3mp0 View Post
    OK when I enter in aireplay-ng -1 30 -e CHANNELNAME -a MY_MAC_ADDRESS -h AP_ADDRESS eth1...I get this error message:
    The interface MAC (00:1B:77:CD:EB:12) doesn't match the specified MAC (-h).
    ifconfig eth1 hw ether 00:1B:2F:63:9A:AA

    I was in Windows when I got my Wireless MAC, but that shouldnt matter. However i will admit at the prompt where you typed airodump-ng -c {channel} -w {network name} {interface} (Wish I could upload an image, but not sure how to in Linux) I don't get what MAC is the MAC Of The Client and whats the AP MAC ADDRESS.

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    -h is your mac address and -a is the target AP address {bssid found with airodump-ng} hope this help's

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