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Old 10-18-2005, 01:13 PM   #1
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How to use multiple wifi adapters?


Would appreciate any tips or pointers to URLs that have info regarding using multiple wireless network adapters. I'm a newbie, but I did manage to get the Fedora 4 kernel compiled, and added madwifi support for my ORinOCO 8470-WD. I want to use that card with Kismet in passive monitor mode. Kismet is installed and working fine in this mode. I also have an external 802.11g gaming adapter that attaches to my laptop via eth0. That interface also works great. Now, I want to run apps that generate traffic over eth0, and be able to monitor them on Kismet/ath0. How can I tell apps to use a particular interface when more than one are available? Ideally, I would be able to have 2 windows open, one displaying Kismet output and the other displaying the other apps. Thanks in advance,



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