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I see many connections like when I use netstat, are they all to the Internet? It depends on how you define “the Internet”. If you’re at home, and you have multiple computers, some of the connections might be to your other computers.  If you’re at work, it’s highly likely that you have connections to other machines at work. Are there network ...


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Q#1: I see many connections like when I use netstat, are they all to the internet? No not all connections listed in the output of netstat are to the internet. Many of these so-called connections are to files that are in use on your system. These are special files, one of which, is called a socket. A socket file allows an application to "talk" to ...


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i see many connections like when I use netstat, are they all to the internet? That depends on the output, you have to tell IPv6 and IPv4 apart. In IPv4, the following adresses are so-called private: 10.x.x.x 172.16.0.0 - 172.31.255.255 192.168.0.0 - 192.168.255.255 and are there any connections to the internet or other things that aren't ...


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I have a similar problem using a USB Realtek RTL8188 chip in monitor mode. MON works fine when I switch to an internal Intel Centrino 1030 chip. I need a cheap USB wifi for a project I'm working on so I'm trying out a couple cheap USB plugs. I took away a number of variables by bringing up the links from the commandline using man:iw for wireless setup and ...


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Answering my own question to close; it seems the issue is on the network's end and not mine, I've since been able to connect to other WPA2 networks just fine.


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Im am very sorry about my previous answer, even though it is written in large font that you are using 14.04; it didnt occur to me that you were, I thought you were using 12.04. I personally am typing this using 14.04 Gnome Buntu. The driver for this edition actually comes out of the box on the distro and works decently well but there is some funky issues ...


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If you see fails to associate several times in a row after 30 seconds or more then reaver is not associating properly with the router. It really needs more code to make it work like aireplay-ng. To get around the problem run aireplay-ng -1 0 mon0 -a 1A:AD:B9:AD:7E:5E whatever your ap no. Is every 30 seconds to re-associate with the router before reaver ...


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Your WiFi NIC can only support being connected to 1 access point (as far as I know), irregardless of how many antennas it has connected to it. So you'd need multiple WiFi NICs. If you did have multiple NICs then you could take a look at this U&L Q&A titled: Using multiple NICs for faster internet?, for what options you have in terms of using them ...


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You would need two wireless interfaces to do this, it's the hardware of the wireless card that's important, not the antennas themselves.


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From my friend Google who pointed to https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=148170: /usr/lib/systemd/system/rc-local.service [Unit] Description=/etc/rc.local Compatibility After=network.target [Service] Type=oneshot ExecStart=-/etc/rc.local #ExecStart=-/pathtoyour/script1 #ExecStart=-/pathtoyour/script2 TimeoutSec=0 StandardInput=tty ...


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The version of modprobe in Ubuntu 12.04 (from module-init-tools version 3.16) does have a -l option, with description -l --list List all modules matching the given wildcard (or "*" if no wildcard is given). This option is provided for backwards compatibility and may go away in future: see find(1) and ...


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This is as simple as it could be. You do not need any bridging. Just MASQUERADE your local network on RPi: iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -o wlan0 -j MASQUERADE Enable forwarding of traffic: echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward RPi will not work as invisible bump-on-the-wire but will need a network setup between it and your private router – which ...


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I just ran into the same problem immediately after installing RHEL 7.0. Bizarrely enough, a reboot with no config changes eliminated the problem. Somehow, when RHEL came up following the install, it's networking was apparently in a messed up state, and it needed another reboot to come up clean.


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Probably in such cases bridges are used to interconnect up multiple access points on the same network or else signal repeaters, also known as expanders signal.


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When you wrote this, the kernel (3.26) for that version of Kali would have been too old. However, you should have no problems with the latest Kali (1.0.8).


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I had same problem with my lenovo. Running the following solved my issue: $ sudo modprobe -r ideapad-laptop $ sudo rfkill unblock all $ rfkill list all


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You need to add the default route for your network. This is the 'catch-all' route that is used in the absence of a better one. The command to add a default route is either: route add default gw 192.168.1.1 or: ip route add default via 192.168.1.1 The above will not be permanent though. To make it permanent, either add it to the network scripts in ...


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Firstly, perform the following steps:- Trying pinging to your router from your laptop. Replace 192.168.1.1 with your local router address. $ ping 192.168.1.1 Trying pinging to the internet if the above step works $ ping 8.8.8.8 If you are able to ping to your router and not to your internet the problem is between wifi and router. If you are able to ...



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