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How does NANO Determine deauth ability


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Hi thanks for the replies - let me clarify.

I see and AP with associated clients and it does not have the "dauth" option for it. If I run this at home it sees my home network that my PC connects through, but all the others in the vicinity do not have the "deauth" option. If you notice (and based on Darren's video), when there is an AP with associated client you can "deauth" the AP and all it's clients from the option on the AP. In my list I do not have that option for anything but my home network.

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