Fixed Connected to Wireless Network but Not Connected to Internet

Discussion in 'Xiaopan Support' started by rempit, 12 Oct 2012.

  1. rempit

    rempit Well-Known Member
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    The RED arrow (pic below) is the WIFI I hacked using Xiaopan weeks ago (password is working).

    Ok fine, the very first day, right after I hacked it, I was able to connect smoothly but after a few days this exact same connection never work anymore, and what I hate most is the "connected" still showing.

    What is the solution?

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  2. estimacamry

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    Rempit,
    It's the service provider's connection problem. You can confirm this by trying to "ping" the IP address you connected to.
     
  3. Pascal

    Pascal Wifi Sniffer
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    Hi;)


    If I understand correctly, you have cracked the password and you have access to the internet so ...

    A few days later, the key works but no access?

    I think the person has locked MAC addresses outside the network ..

    The solution is simple. Copy the same MAC address as the client connected to the router .. It will not exclude you because you'll get to him.

    Otherwise, it is your wifi card that you not internal IP address and therefore you configure or scan open ports to find an access;)
     
  4. Mr. Penguin

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    What Pascal and estimacamry said are correct. You have to remember that just being connected to a wifi network, does not guarantee that it is a internet enabled wifi. Another method to check to see what is going on is to point to the router's address in your browser once you are connected. Typically 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.0.1. username is usually admin and the password is usually password :D If you know the router model it is simple to determine what the default router credentials are. These 95% of the time are never changed.

    in future rempit can you please use title case in the "Thread of Your Title". I will fix. Thanks.
     
  5. rempit

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    Wow thanks guys, I will try it accordingly and hope it works, will let you know...:me
     
  6. Pascal

    Pascal Wifi Sniffer
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    Hi;)


    If you want, there Nmap that scans for open ports in backtrack 5 ;)


    Under Windows, you will find IPScanner that will help you too ;)


    You to see but if you want to crack the network without even knowing it, ca'll become complicated for the rest! lol
     
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