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You need a powered USB hub and I would suggest downloading WM's Network Manager first via ethernet. Plug in the Alfa USB adapter into the powered USB hub. Go into the "Network Manager" module web interface click on most likly "wlan1" and click start if not already started. Then you should see it populated below again most likly as "wlan1". Select Access Point as the mode and plug in your SSID of your home network. Select WAN as the interface and you can leave channel on Auto unless you know the channel of your home wifi. Select "OPEN" "WEP", "WPA", or "WPA2" depending on your home wifi set up. Then set your encryption to either "TKIP", "AES", or "Both". Now put in your WEP or WPA key and click on save. Now click the "commit" and this will apply the config and attempt to connect. Watch the light on the Alfa when it looks like it has a link then click on "Request DHCP" and if successful you should see an IP address populate next to it. Finally click on the ICS tab and click apply at boot then select "wlan1" (whatever you wifi adapter mounted as) as the source. Put your destination as "br-lan" if not running any modules and just need to pass on internet. If you are going to be doing "mitm" attacks then put your destination as "wlan0" as this is the built in wifi. Now you should be good to go... hope this helps :)

-Stealthkit

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You need a powered USB hub and I would suggest downloading WM's Network Manager first via ethernet. Plug in the Alfa USB adapter into the powered USB hub. Go into the "Network Manager" module web interface click on most likly "wlan1" and click start if not already started. Then you should see it populated below again most likly as "wlan1". Select Access Point as the mode and plug in your SSID of your home network. Select WAN as the interface and you can leave channel on Auto unless you know the channel of your home wifi. Select "OPEN" "WEP", "WPA", or "WPA2" depending on your home wifi set up. Then set your encryption to either "TKIP", "AES", or "Both". Now put in your WEP or WPA key and click on save. Now click the "commit" and this will apply the config and attempt to connect. Watch the light on the Alfa when it looks like it has a link then click on "Request DHCP" and if successful you should see an IP address populate next to it. Finally click on the ICS tab and click apply at boot then select "wlan1" (whatever you wifi adapter mounted as) as the source. Put your destination as "br-lan" if not running any modules and just need to pass on internet. If you are going to be doing "mitm" attacks then put your destination as "wlan0" as this is the built in wifi. Now you should be good to go... hope this helps :)

-Stealthkit

Thanks! I'll run out and get a powered USB hub tomorrow and give it a shot and tell you how it goes for me....Thanks for the fast reply!

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