[nSLUG] Best PCMCIA Wireless card for Linux which supports Packet Injection and maybe antenna
D G Teed
donald.teed at gmail.com
Tue Jul 22 06:45:40 ADT 2008
This tells you what works with backpack.
I googled this using some terms in your email.
To research this further, you pick one that works, and search
for its price. You can also search for external antenna
used with any particular model. Cross reference between
those three searches and you've been able to research
this completely on google.
I hope this is for your own purposes and you are not breaking
the law. I don't think anyone on the list likes to aid
in criminal acts.
If you came up with some specific models and wanted a second
opinion from the list members before parting with your cash,
that would make a good point in time to ask a question here
on Linux kernel or distro compatibility and such.
On Mon, Jul 21, 2008 at 2:12 AM, derek mahoney <derekmahoe at hotmail.com>
> Hello all,
> This is my first time writing on this news group, however i have been a
> member for quite some time. Anyways I was wondering if anyone had any
> suggestions on what the best PCMCIA card would be to be used with a distro
> like backtrack.
> Today I started to play around with Backtrack and scanned some networks. I
> tried my hand at WEP cracking and became frustrated because I couldn't get
> Packet injection to work. After a while and being unable to sleep I began to
> research it, and it turns out that the card I am using (Orinoco Silver) does
> not support it.
> Does anyone have any suggestions on a good, somewhat cheap, quality PCMCIA
> card that works out of the box with a distro like Backtrack and supports
> packet injection. If its a atheros based chipset that would also be good.
> Also the ability to connect an external antenna would be a plus, as i have
> one made from a Tim Hortons coffee can.
> I know that some of the netgears are pretty good.
> Anyways im just looking for an experienced opinion.
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