A way to force deassociation ? Solved !

evilbunny evilbunny
Tue Nov 5 12:27:39 PST 2002

Hello Munir,

Erm why not just block the mac that way it can't reassociate and you
don't need to change the essid... I'm not sure why you'd want to do
this for, because if it was for accounting reasons you wouldn't change
the essid...

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Wednesday, November 6, 2002, 6:14:28 AM, you wrote:

MN> On Tue, 5 Nov 2002, Dominique Blas wrote:

>> The procedure is thus :
>>       change the ESSID : already associated stations stay associated
>>       launch iwpriv wlan# maccmd 4 : stations are deassociated and cannot 
>> reassociate if
>>                       new essid is unknown.

MN> station fires up kismet, finds the new ESSID and reconnects.   :)

MN> Munir Nassar

MN> ps. still a nifty feature though...

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