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Postby rikitiki » Tue Apr 01, 2008 9:00 am

brwrdrvr wrote:See now that's funny. You can't figure out what the important part of the link I supplied you, but you can properly guess that I have a big penis.


Don't quite get the sarcasm bit, do you.
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Postby brwrdrvr » Tue Apr 01, 2008 9:02 am

rikitiki wrote:Don't quite get the sarcasm bit, do you.


There's that reading a comprehension thing again. You failed.
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Postby rikitiki » Tue Apr 01, 2008 9:02 am

streaker69 wrote:Look you simpering little dickweed, if you had even the slightest comprehension of what the readme file says, then you would know your question has been answered. It isn't my fault you can't comprehend the words that are right in front of you.


That's funny! An obese Quaker calling me names! Love it.

Now, learn to read, Bigfoot. The file doesn't answer the question.
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Postby rikitiki » Tue Apr 01, 2008 9:05 am

Thorn wrote:One last try before the thread is closed...

Your question:



The appropriate part of the supplied link:


How is this NOT answering the question?


Oh, man. If you can't see it, not much I can do for you.
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Postby brwrdrvr » Tue Apr 01, 2008 9:07 am

rikitiki wrote:That's funny! An obese Quaker calling me names! Love it.

Now, learn to read, Bigfoot. The file doesn't answer the question.


GEEZ!! I say just get rid of this fucker. he's absolutely "mbolglian-like". I say Off with his head!
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Postby rikitiki » Tue Apr 01, 2008 9:08 am

brwrdrvr wrote:There's that reading a comprehension thing again. You failed.


LOL!!!!
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Postby Thorn » Tue Apr 01, 2008 9:08 am

rikitiki wrote:Oh, man. If you can't see it, not much I can do for you.


It is a serious question, and an attempt to help. That information tells you how the IP Address column functions.

Warning: One last try without any alleged sarcasm, and then you're out.
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Postby streaker69 » Tue Apr 01, 2008 9:12 am

rikitiki wrote:That's funny! An obese Quaker calling me names! Love it.

Now, learn to read, Bigfoot. The file doesn't answer the question.


You really are quite the idiot aren't you?
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Postby rikitiki » Tue Apr 01, 2008 9:19 am

Thorn wrote:It is a serious question, and an attempt to help.


OK, thank you. Sorry, if I mistook you for a wise ass, Thorn.

That information tells you how the IP Address column functions.


I don't see how this info:

"A3D. If you leave TCP/IP enabled, your adapter may attempt to get a DHCP lease or send other traffic. NetStumbler will record the fact that you were issued an IP address."

... makes any mention of the IP Address column nor how it functions.

It also does not specify where TCP\IP is to be left enabled, i.e., within
Netstumbler, within the wireless device, within the OS network settings, etc.
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Postby brwrdrvr » Tue Apr 01, 2008 9:22 am

rikitiki wrote:OK, thank you. Sorry, if I mistook you for a wise ass.



I don't see how this info:

"A3D. If you leave TCP/IP enabled, your adapter may attempt to get a DHCP lease or send other traffic. NetStumbler will record the fact that you were issued an IP address."

... makes any mention of the IP Address column nor how it functions.

It also does not specify where TCP\IP is to be left enabled, i.e., within
Netstumbler, within the wireless device, within the OS network settings, etc.


This is where networking 101 comes in and knowing of how TCP/IP and DHCP works. This is why you are having trouble comprehending the answers given to you. Now apologize to everyone and say thank you.
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Postby rikitiki » Tue Apr 01, 2008 9:24 am

brwrdrvr wrote:This is where networking 101 comes in and knowing of how TCP/IP and DHCP works. This is why you are having trouble comprehending the answers given to you. Now apologize to everyone and say thank you.


I wasn't talking to you. I was talking to Thorn. This is where reading 101
comes in.
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Postby paintballaddict » Tue Apr 01, 2008 9:32 am

rikitiki wrote:I wasn't talking to you. I was talking to Thorn. This is where reading 101
comes in.



Why should anyone here help you anyways? You come in here asking a question which is already answered by the documentation. They try to help you and show you were to look to find your answer. To which you start mouthing off to the people that RUN THE FORUM... Honestly they are being quite nice compared to how people like you usually get treated. Why do you need the ip adress to show up on netstumbler so bad anyways? Your not connecting to networks that arent yours are you?
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Postby brwrdrvr » Tue Apr 01, 2008 9:34 am

rikitiki wrote:I wasn't talking to you. I was talking to Thorn. This is where reading 101
comes in.


HAHAH. You are definitely a dipshit. I was the first one to show you where your answer was located. If the truth about you being a dumbass hurts then just go to another forum where they put up with ass wipes like you on a daily basis.

So I guess I can read into this post you made that you do not know networking, TCP/IP, and DHCP? Think about what NS does and how to properly use it. Not in a wardriving aspect but a network auditing tool. Then it will all be clear as to why you do not get an IP address in the column when you pick up a new AP while wardriving.
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Postby Barry » Tue Apr 01, 2008 9:36 am

Hey, here's a question for you tiki, what card are you using?
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Postby Thorn » Tue Apr 01, 2008 9:36 am

rikitiki wrote:OK, thank you. Sorry, if I mistook you for a wise ass.



I don't see how this info:

"A3D. If you leave TCP/IP enabled, your adapter may attempt to get a DHCP lease or send other traffic. NetStumbler will record the fact that you were issued an IP address."

... makes any mention of the IP Address column nor how it functions.

It also does not specify where TCP\IP is to be left enabled, i.e., within
Netstumbler, within the wireless device, within the OS network settings, etc.
NetStumbler does not have any TCP/IP functions. It merely reads IP information from a device. TCP/IP is a OS function that operates on a given network device. Taken all together, for the given wireless device being used with NetStumber, TCP/IP functions have to be enabled for that device at the OS level in order to see any IP information in that column.

If don't understand where TCP/IP fits on a system, it would appear that you're in over your head in regards to networking. You might want to read this: http://www.netstumbler.org/f22/networking-101-a-8441/
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