SYNOPSISairtun-ng [options] <interface name>
DESCRIPTIONairtun-ng creates a virtual tunnel interface (atX) for sending arbitrary IP packets by using raw ieee802.11 packet injection.
- -H, --help
- Shows the help screen.
- -x <pps>
- Sets maximum number of packets per second.
- -a <BSSID>
- Specifies the BSSID for the iee802.11 header. In WDS Mode this sets the Receiver.
- -h <SMAC>
- Specifies the source MAC for the iee802.11 header.
- -i <iface>
- Sets the capture interface.
- -r <file>
- Specifies a file to read 802.11 frames.
- -y <PRGA-file>
- Is the name of the file, which provides the keystream for WEP encoding. (No receiving, just transmitting of IP packets.)
- -w <WEP-key>
- This is the WEP key to en-/decrypt all traffic going through the tunnel.
- -t <tods>
- Defines the ToDS and FromDS bit in the ieee802.11 header. For tods=1, the ToDS bit is set to 1 and FromDS to 0, while tods=0 sets them the other way around. If set to 2, it will be tunneled in a WDS/bridge.
- -m <netmask>, --netmask <netmask>
- Filters networks based on bssid ^ netmask combination. Needs -d, used in replay mode.
- -d <BSSID>, --bssid <BSSID>
- Filters networks based on the <BSSID>. Used in replay mode.
- -f, --repeat
- Enables replay mode. All read frames, filtered by bssid and netmask (if specified), will be replayed.
- -s <transmitter>
- Set Transmitter MAC address for WDS Mode.
- Bidirectional mode. This enables communication in Transmitter's AND Receiver's networks. Works only if you can see both stations.
EXAMPLESairtun-ng -a 00:14:22:56:F3:4E -t 0 -y keystream.xor wlan0