We're working on getting 54g sticks to work, and inject. It might
take a while though.
802.11b injection does work on 802.11g networks, but only if there are b clients on the network.
On 23/07/2006, at 5:27 PM, Tann Hauser wrote:
OK, so I just found out about KisMac and it sure seems like an incredibly neat app.
I've gathered from reading various stuff that to really get cracking (sorry, bad pun...), one would need:
- A Prism2-based card (the only chipset which supports packet reinjection, right?)... - ... that supports 802.11g (because apparently [so I've read], the packet reinjection of 802.11b Prism2 cards doesn't work with 802.11g networks)
Since I have a 12 inch iBook with no PCMCIA slot, I thus need:
a 802.11g Prism-based USB card.
Are there any errors in my reasoning? Does such a beast exist? (Of course, it needs to work with KisMac.) Any suggestions?