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I think the easier way to solve this problem is to broadcast multiple SSIDs. Most SoHo routers do have support for multiple SSIDs. With multiple SSIDs, you could designate 1 for personal/family usage and 1 for guest usage. The traffic on each SSID is isolated from the other through VLAN tagging, however it would be prudent to double check as I have come ...


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In my experience the above problem occurs when you are broadcasting the deauth packets with your attacking machine's MAC and not with your router's MAC. So to solve it you should change the attacker WiFi interface's MAC address to the same as your router's MAC. (This is so because you can't change the MAC of mon0 after it has been created.) So do this: ...


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It's looking at channel -1, try running aircrack with the following option: --ignore-negative-one or --ig as it said in the error you posted: 13:50:47 Waiting for beacon frame (BSSID: ACCESS_POINT_MAC) on channel -1 13:50:47 Couldn't determine current channel for mon0, you should either force the operation with --ignore-negative-one or apply a ...



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