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  1. I'm just getting started in the packet capture phase and after getting the ALFA USB WiFi AWUS036NEH and successfully putting it into monitor mode I see it is set to channel 1. With this setting I only see beacons from waps, not traffic from the target channel 6 for one. I have done the usual searching the web and the only mention of channel setting I have seen is within Wireshark itself. Being on version 2.0.2 and on Linux I don't see the options they reference under "capture/options/wireless", doesn't exist. And in my mind I would think that the channel is set on the interface, not the softwa
  2. I could just be forgetting a step, but I haven't found an answer through any other questions I received my alfa AWUS036NEH from Hakshop about a week ago. I installed Kali in a VirtualBox virtual machine and have tried using the Alfa on a few test networks. (A Linksys, an Arris, and Netgear routers) I connect the Alfa to the virtual machine and it appears in lsusb and I can see it with Airmon-ng as wlan0. Starting airmon-ng on wlan0 returns monitor mode on mon0. Airmon-ng does list three running processes as possible issues. I have stopped one at a time and then all three without any differe
  3. I was hoping that when I put my wireless network card in monitor mode, I will be able to sniff everything in my WLAN. But I was surprised to see that I can only sniff prob requests from other devices connected to the same AP as my laptop. Even though I have disabled any sort of encryption. Even when I disconnect and reconnect my android, I cannot see the association request. Does this has to do with channels and frequencies??
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