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airserv-ng [2007/06/20 21:27]
darkaudax added connectivity troubleshooting tip
airserv-ng [2009/08/14 19:21]
mister_x use dokuwiki internal link
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-====== Airtun-ng ======+====== Airserv-ng ======
  
 ++++++ IMPORTANT ++++++\\ ++++++ IMPORTANT ++++++\\
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 None at this time. None at this time.
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 ===== Usage Troubleshooting ===== ===== Usage Troubleshooting =====
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 Is your card in monitor mode?  Make sure your card is in monitor mode prior to starting airserv-ng. Is your card in monitor mode?  Make sure your card is in monitor mode prior to starting airserv-ng.
  
-Are you connecting to the correct IP and TCP port number?  Double check this.  Remember that the default port number is 666.  You can use the [[http://aircrack-ng.org/doku.php?id=injection_test#airserv-ng_test|aireplay-ng injection test]] to verify connectivity and proper operation.+Are you connecting to the correct IP and TCP port number?  Double check this.  Remember that the default port number is 666.  You can use the [[injection_test#airserv-ng_test|aireplay-ng injection test]] to verify connectivity and proper operation.
  
 Firewall software can block communication so make sure the following allows communication to and from the server port.  This applies to both the machine running airserv-ng and the client machine.  Items to check: Firewall software can block communication so make sure the following allows communication to and from the server port.  This applies to both the machine running airserv-ng and the client machine.  Items to check:
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   * Under linux: "netstat -an" or "lsof -i" and look for the port number.   * Under linux: "netstat -an" or "lsof -i" and look for the port number.
   * Under Window, open a command line and type "netstat -an" then look for the port number.   * Under Window, open a command line and type "netstat -an" then look for the port number.
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 +At the present time, there are known issues with the madwifi-ng drivers for atheros-based cards.  Channel hopping and setting the channel does not always work correctly.  Very often the card is not set to the requested channel and/or the hopping does not take place.
  
airserv-ng.txt · Last modified: 2009/09/26 20:46 by darkaudax