Cards seeming connect but unable to route traffic?
drewhead at drewhead.org
Thu May 6 08:31:04 EDT 2004
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> > protocol when I ping. The Address Resolution has good sender info, but a
> > literal 00:00:00:00:00 MAC address for the target. Any ideas of where to
> > go from here?
> Clarify :: From XP Box you see sender info (HostAP_wlan0) with
> 00:00:00:00:00 MAC?
Yes. Sender info (going to HospAP_wlan0) with the IP I tried to ping.
The IP shows what I pinged, the MAC address is 00:00:00:00:00
> What is wlan0 MAC as seen by:
> ifconfig wlan0 | grep HWaddr
On the HostAP box right?
It shows the MAC address of the PCI card plugged in, it's real, you'll
pardon me for not wanting to post it on a publically archived list. :)
The driver & software that came with the PCMCIA card *DOES* show me the
MAC address of the HospAP_wlan0 when looking at it's GUI. It doesn't
seem that this is making it to windows newtworking.
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