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  1. Hello, My AP (Buffalo) has 2 wireless , 802.11b, and one for 802.11n/a. When I go into recon mode, it only detects the 802.11b SSID, and never the 802.11n/a, no matter how long I allow it to scan. Also one other thought - when you click on the open access point said , its hidden by default. If I try to connect to this via my wireless adapter, without a password, it says network not found. This should be similar to not broadcasting your said on a standard wireless connection, however you can still connect. If I uncheck to not hidden, it can find it fine. I was planning on testing with this SSID, to see if I can death my own connection, and how the other tools work with it. Any thoughts on these 2 questions? Thank you!
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