Also, you might be out of range of the network.
That client may have been a wired one.
also, jsut because you see network traffic, does not mean that the client was a wireless client.
On 9/11/06, James Kelly <macubergeek@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > What you are overlooking is that what you are doing is of questionable > legality. > > You should reconsider your course of actions, I think. > > Jim > > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ > "No matter where you go, > there you are." > Max Headroom > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ > > > > > > > On Sep 10, 2006, at 7:03 PM, Farmer Booty wrote: > > I've found a network I'd like to use that doesn't use WEP or WPA > encryption and broadcasts its SSID. I couldn't connect normally so I > concluded it's using MAC address filtering. Passively scanning the > network I recorded several client MAC addresses on that network. Later > when those clients have disconnected I've spoofed the MAC on my Mac to > each of these recorded MAC addresses. But I still cannot connect. What > am I overlooking? > > cheers, > > /bf > > >