• anonymous
why when using airmon-ng . I must stop my interface (wlan0) then (mon0) and start it again?
Computer Science
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  • farmdawgnation
This sounds more like a technical support question rather than a question in the area of Computer Science. Maybe Google holds the answers you seek?
  • rsmith6559
Taking a guess that airmon is a wireless network monitoring tool: it may be when the interfaces are placed in/ taken out of promiscuous mode.
  • anonymous
oh i see, when using mon0 I take the wireless in monitoring mode and using wlan0 for managed mode. thank's

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