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    Cool How to get the IP address AP used after got the WEP key?

    After cracked the AP and got the WEP key using aircrack-ng,How can I get the IP address to assign it to my wireless card?

    The wireless AP disabled the DHCP feature and seems that changed the default subnet to others.So is there any better way to know it?

    thanks in advance.

    regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shayuegg View Post
    After cracked the AP and got the WEP key using aircrack-ng,How can I get the IP address to assign it to my wireless card?

    The wireless AP disabled the DHCP feature and seems that changed the default subnet to others.So is there any better way to know it?

    thanks in advance.

    regards.
    Since it's your AP, you already know the acceptable range of IP addresses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shayuegg View Post
    After cracked the AP and got the WEP key using aircrack-ng,How can I get the IP address to assign it to my wireless card?
    The wireless AP disabled the DHCP feature and seems that changed the default subnet to others.So is there any better way to know it?
    thanks in advance.
    regards.
    Write your IP address down before you start and then re insert it when needed?
    http://www.wirelessdefence.org will also give you a list of the wireless commands to use.
    Also there are tons of tutorials and info here on the forums for this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theprez98 View Post
    Since it's your AP, you already know the acceptable range of IP addresses.

    isn't his AP, and the owner of the AP has disabled the DHPC

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