Wireless and KisMac Help

anycolourulike

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Aug 26, 2006
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Well i hope ive come to the right place.

I recently have had access to a wireless network "Linksys"... Via my Airport Extreme on my Imac G5 powerpc...

I came home from work one day to find it connected as usual but when i open Safari it loads a certain percent and stops...http://i100.photobucket.com/albums/m24/AnyColouryoulike06/Picture3.png

Everything looks to be the same as usual the ip address is still configured automatically at..http://i100.photobucket.com/albums/m24/AnyColouryoulike06/Picture2.png

ive tried several different ip addresses with no success...ive done extensive Google searching for the problem but have found nothing to be helpful...I recently got KisMAC and have been using it to find other networks in the area via Airport Extreme on passive mode.

this is what i have scanned so far...http://i100.photobucket.com/albums/m24/AnyColouryoulike06/Picture4.png, from the network linksys which until a minute ago was a Hidden ssid.. Not sure why my airport could connect to it all along.

So basically im looking for some help or advice on viewing pages..nothing works including aim and p2p Apps. It seems weird to me that it just apparently quit working one day..


another question..anyone with experience know how long or if possible that it would take to crack this Wpa code on the network "AspenEnergy" im aware that with my current wireless card i cannot Deauthenticate or reinject packets.. im still looking into purchasing a compatible D-link usb that would allow me to do so...http://i100.photobucket.com/albums/m24/AnyColouryoulike06/Picture1.png

Sorry id im asking dumb questions im new to the whole deal...i like to consider myself a fast learner though... ive been reading up all day and haven't found a solution..:mad:

Thank you for any help.
AnyColourYouLike

if any other info is need just let me know.
 

ecksmen

macrumors member
Jun 6, 2006
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anycolourulike said:
Well i hope ive come to the right place.

I recently have had access to a wireless network "Linksys"... Via my Airport Extreme on my Imac G5 powerpc...

I came home from work one day to find it connected as usual but when i open Safari it loads a certain percent and stops...http://i100.photobucket.com/albums/m24/AnyColouryoulike06/Picture3.png

Everything looks to be the same as usual the ip address is still configured automatically at..http://i100.photobucket.com/albums/m24/AnyColouryoulike06/Picture2.png

ive tried several different ip addresses with no success...ive done extensive Google searching for the problem but have found nothing to be helpful...I recently got KisMAC and have been using it to find other networks in the area via Airport Extreme on passive mode.

this is what i have scanned so far...http://i100.photobucket.com/albums/m24/AnyColouryoulike06/Picture4.png, from the network linksys which until a minute ago was a Hidden ssid.. Not sure why my airport could connect to it all along.

So basically im looking for some help or advice on viewing pages..nothing works including aim and p2p Apps. It seems weird to me that it just apparently quit working one day..


another question..anyone with experience know how long or if possible that it would take to crack this Wpa code on the network "AspenEnergy" im aware that with my current wireless card i cannot Deauthenticate or reinject packets.. im still looking into purchasing a compatible D-link usb that would allow me to do so...http://i100.photobucket.com/albums/m24/AnyColouryoulike06/Picture1.png

Sorry id im asking dumb questions im new to the whole deal...i like to consider myself a fast learner though... ive been reading up all day and haven't found a solution..:mad:

Thank you for any help.
AnyColourYouLike

if any other info is need just let me know.
How about you pay for the internet. Mismac isn't the solution to fixing your problems.

If you own "linksys" try giving it a reboot, but then I doubt it's even your own.

You really shouldn't be attempting to join anyones network, it's really a crappy thing to do.