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    Using router as a WiFi card

    Hi, I am a completely newbie at Kali Linux, I have just installed the Everything version as a native OS but the problem is I have no descent external WiFi adapter, the laptop witch I installed Kali in just has a very basic WiFi card, so my question is if is possible to port a router as an external WiFi adapter in order to have more range and scanning capacity functions? Thanks in advance.

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    If your router can run OpenWrt firmware you could install aircrack on it.
    https://openwrt.org/docs/guide-user/...ol/aircrack-ng

    You might want to look at the requirements, one of them is to have 1gig of free space which on most routers will not fit unless you have a USB port on the router and at least 1 gig drive and also install extroot.
    https://openwrt.org/docs/guide-user/...onfiguration?s[]=extroot

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