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rt2500 [2008/01/24 15:27]
darkaudax clarified drivers
rt2500 [2017/01/09 21:31] (current)
mister_x Mark page as deprecated.
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 +====== DEPRECATED ======
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 +**IMPORTANT NOTE**: This page is deprecated, updated documentation can be found [[install_drivers|here]]
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 ====== rt2500 ====== ====== rt2500 ======
  
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   modprobe rt2500   modprobe rt2500
  
-NOTE: This will download the Enhanced Legacy version of the driver. The Next Generation version ​will NOT work with Aircrack-ng ​currently.+NOTE: This will download the Enhanced Legacy version of the driver. The Next Generation version ​(rt2x00, [[mac80211]]-based) has not been tested to work with Aircrack-ng.
  
 Make sure to load the driver with modprobe (not insmod) and to put the card in Monitor mode before bringing the interface up. Make sure to load the driver with modprobe (not insmod) and to put the card in Monitor mode before bringing the interface up.
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 The forceprism corrects the power being shown as "​-1"​. ​ It has to be run each time you run aireplay-ng. The forceprism corrects the power being shown as "​-1"​. ​ It has to be run each time you run aireplay-ng.
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 ====== When to use this driver? ====== ====== When to use this driver? ======
  
-See this [[http://tinyshell.be/​aircrackng/​forum/​index.php?​topic=2306.msg12907#​msg12907|message]]+See this [[http://forum.aircrack-ng.org/​index.php?​topic=2306.msg12907#​msg12907|message]].
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-If you have a Ralink chip in an USB device and that chip is a RT2570 or RT73 (RT73 is also as RT2571), you need the "​rt2570"​ or "​rt73"​ driver. ​ "​rt2500"​ driver is only for PCI/PCMCIA devices. +
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-Using legacy drivers (or ASPj mods) interface name is ra0 for PCI/PCMCIA and rausb0 for USB devices, if you have wlan0 and wmaster0 interfaces you are using new rt2x00-mac80211 driver (rt2x00 has various modules, for USB devices are "​rt2500usb"​ and "​rt73usb",​ unload them and load "​rt2570"​ or "​rt73"​).+
  
 +If you have a Ralink chip in an USB device and that chip is a RT2570 or RT73 (RT73 is also known as RT2571 and RT2573), you need the "​rt2570"​ or "​rt73"​ driver. The "​rt2500"​ driver is only for PCI/PCMCIA devices.
  
 +Using legacy drivers (or ASPj mods) interface name is ra0 for PCI/PCMCIA and rausb0 for USB devices, if you have wlan0 and wmaster0 interfaces, then you are using new rt2x00 driver (rt2x00 has various modules, for PCI devices they are "​rt2x00lib,​ "​rt2x00pci"​ and "​rt2500pci",​ unload them and load "​rt2500"​ if you want to use the other driver).
rt2500.1201184835.txt.gz · Last modified: 2008/01/24 15:27 by darkaudax