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    Question Using Airbase-ng

    Using this walk through A day with Tape: Fake AP using airbase-ng i was able to setup a fake AP and connect from another laptop. Everything seems to be fine, i can ping IP's outside but DNS isnt working for some reason (works fine on fake AP). Using wireshark on the pc acting as the AP i can see the dns lookups going out just fine but no results.
    Not sure if this is related but when i ping an outside IP i get (DUP!) back in almost every reply.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance

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    Default Re: Using Airbase-ng

    Hi lex0429, I'm also trying to follow along with A day with Tape: Fake AP using airbase-ng

    But I keep getting "limited or no connectivity" on my wireless windows client. Have you figured out the root problem? I think it may have to do with DCHP, I wasn't even able to get a proper IP on my wireless client connecting to the fake AP host

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    Default Re: Using Airbase-ng

    lex0429,

    Have you seen this script?

    g0tmi1k: [Script] FakeAP_pwn - Create a Fake AP (auto bash script)

    I've been able to get my computer to give out IP addresses via DHCP, but I can't seem to get the client to get through the gateway. I'll post more specific things tonight, but I'm wondering if you've seen that blog post above.

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    Default Re: Using Airbase-ng

    this seems like an old post anywho i skimmed through the blog post and
    it seems the issue with DNS is caused by
    Code:
    iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p udp --dport 53 -j DNAT --to 192.168.1.1
    this rule redirects all DNS traffic to .1.1 so unless you have a responding DNS service at 1.1 it will fail. i think its irrelevant since you can pretty much set the DNS out dhcpd.conf,

    my 2 cents

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