Ah-HAH! That was my mistake. In your blog, your target AP's ESSID is also it's BSSID. I got confused with the terminology. Thanks!
Actually, it's not it's BSSID although the ESSID name sounds almost like a BSSID. A BSSID will always be represented with colons, xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx, and will have 12 digits.
If so, I'll play with it a bit and if I'm successful, I will post a step-by-step on my blog. Thanks.No This Attack is for Routers with no clients. It requires a few more settings, but it's great.