Date: 2002-09-05 19:07:37 UTC
> Quoting Jouni Malinen <jkmaline_at_cc.hut.fi>:
> > On Thu, Sep 05, 2002 at 11:02:52AM -0500, cwang_at_eng.auburn.edu wrote:
> > > i was trying to send out some frames too, but i got some error from
> > kernel
> > > like the following:
> > > wlan0: TXEXC - fid=0x03ac - status=0x0001 ([RetryErr]) tx_control=002e
> > >
> > > retry_count=0 tx_rate=0 fc=0x0800 (Mgmt::0)
> > > addr1=... addr2= ... addr3= ...
> > > Could not find STA for this TX error
> > Sending with what? Host AP driver should not be sending Mgmt::0
> > (association request) frames, so I assume you are using some sort of
> > frame injecting(?) RetryErr means that the card did not receive ACK for
> > the frame from the destination (addr1 in that message). Did you have an
> > AP with that address and was addr1 == addr3 in that frame?
> I am trying to inject frames by using the inject which is provided with the
> code, the
> addr1=00:07:0e:b9:1f:4d add2=00:23:45:67:89:ab addr3=00:40:96:5a:a1:a1
> i have a wireless card with mac address as addr1, and a access point with
> they are in the same BSSID. does addr1 have to equal addr3? i also tried to
> send the frame to the access point, which means addr1=addr3, but i got the
> error. do i have to make the addr2 the same as my linksys wpc11 card, the one
> am using right now is faked.
i changed the addr2 to the same mac address as same as my linksys wpc11 mac
address, and i tried to give addr3 both a1a1 and i got some different error as
handle_ap_item - addr3(BSSID)=00:40:96:5a:a1:a1 not own MAC.
> another problems i have now is that i was able to get the error message by
> using 4-19 version to do the injecting, when i switch to 5-04 version, i got
> nother from dmesg . why that ?
> i also saw somebody talking about using wlan0ap to inject frames, how can i
> it in that way ? i am new here, not very familiar with it yet.
> thansk a lot for the help.
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