Settings

WiFi Deauthers

Some settings can be changed in the Settings tab http://192.168.4.1/settings.html It is recommended only to change the Deauthers’ WiFi Name/Password and other basic settings.

Common settings are in bold.

Setting Notes
SSID Name of access point used for the web interface (if enabled). The length must be between 1 and 31 characters.
PASSWORD Password of access point used for the web interface (if enabled). The length must be between 8 and 31 characters.
CHANNEL Default WiFi channel that is used when starting.
HIDDEN Hides the access point that is used for the web interface (if enabled).
CAPTIVEPORTAL Enables captive portal for access point (if enabled)
LANG Default language for the web interface. Be sure the language file exists!
AUTOSAVE Enables automatic saving of SSIDs, device names and settings
AUTOSAVETIME Time interval for automatic saving in milliseconds
DISPLAY Enables display interface
DISPLAYTIMEOUT Time in seconds after which the display turns off when inactive. To disable the display timeout, set it to 0.
SERIAL Enables serial interface. It’s recommended not to disable it!
SERIALECHO Enables echo for each incoming message over serial.
WEB Enables web interface.
WEBSPIFFS Enables SPIFFS for all web files
LED Enables the (RGB) LED feature
MACAP MAC address used for the access point mode. Please note that the MAC address will only replace the internal MAC address when the accesspoint mode is enabled
MACST MAC address used for the station mode.Please note that the MAC address will only replace the internal MAC address when the station mode is enabled.
CHTIME Time for scanning one channel before going to the next in milliseconds (only if channel hopping is enabled).
MINDEAUTHS Minimum number of deauthentication frames when scanning to change the LED to deauth mode.
ATTACKTIMEOUT After what amount of time (in seconds) the attack will stop automatically. Set it to 0 to disable it.
FORCEPACKETS How many attempts to send out a packet.Set this value higher if you want to achieve a better packet rate in a busy area. Be careful this setting could make the device slower or more unstable. Max value is 255!
DEAUTHSPERTARGET How many deauthentication and disassociation frames are sent out for each target
DEAUTHREASON The reason code that is sent with the deauth frames to tell the target device why the connection will be closed
BEACONCHANNEL If enabled, will send all frames on different channels when running a beacon attack.
BEACONINTERVAL If set true, beacons will be sent out every second. If set to false, the interval will be 100ms. A longer interval means more stability and less spamming of packets, but it could take longer until the clients find the ssids when scanning.
RANDOMTX Enables randomized transmission power for sending out beacon and probe request frames.
PROBESPERSSID How many probe request frames are sent for each SSID.