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Old 12-21-2004, 04:53 PM   #1
kchhabria
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AirSnort works on only one channel - channel 11


Greetings Everyone:

I am having some trouble with AirSnort on Red Hat 9. It is capturing packets, however, it just works on only one channel and that is channel 11, if I change to any other channel, I do not see any packet capturing. Can someone pls explain why?

If you need any more details about the wireless card that I am using or the driver that I am currently using, please let me know and I shall share those details with you in my next post.

Any clues on why only one channel works?

Thanks everyone,

Kavita
 
  


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