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  2. Hmmm, that is truly strange... Is the Turtle brand new out of the box or have you (or someone else other than you) done anything with it that puts it in a state that is different from an "out of the box" experience? Any modules downloaded before that is active? Is it on the latest firmware? Have you tried to reset it back to default settings using a factory reset?
  3. I recently received my mark 7 and have had major issues with the pineapple open ssid. I thought... I want to set the record straight because it is the right thing to do. With the help of chrizree, he helped me determine there is nothing wrong with my mark 7 and it is some other issue. He is still helping me to find a solution but without his knowledge I would still be thinking something is wrong with my mark7. I have seen chrizree help so many people on the forums and he is truly a asset here. Special thanks to chrizree. With that said: I apologize for the inaccurate posts I m
  4. Yep. Just installed p0f and it definitely wasn't working until the config file is added as a parameter to tho command.
  5. "OK, so, I guess you are connecting using ssh on the "USB" side of the Turtle, i.e. ssh to 172.16.84.1 and then trying to get access to the network? I'm using that setup right now as I'm writing this and I have no problems ssh'ing into the Turtle and then accessing "outside" resources, i.e. ping to the local network works, as well as IP based ping and on domain names". Yes, it is. This address and ssh (both WIn10 and Kali I tried). "I guess you have some issues with your local network then. Have you tried an alternative Ethernet cable, alternative ports in the switch, etc.?" Yea
  6. Thank you very much for answering, try to mount it from ssh as follows: mkdir -p /mnt/USB1 modprobe usb-storage mount /dev/usbdev2.7 /mnt/USB1 but it won't let me do it, try to indicate the type of filesystem and neither I think it is necessary to change something in the operating system to allow mounting external disks, I am not sure because there is nothing in the documentation that indicates details about it. I guess you need to add a module to add compatibility
  7. OK, so, I guess you are connecting using ssh on the "USB" side of the Turtle, i.e. ssh to 172.16.84.1 and then trying to get access to the network? I'm using that setup right now as I'm writing this and I have no problems ssh'ing into the Turtle and then accessing "outside" resources, i.e. ping to the local network works, as well as IP based ping and on domain names. I guess you have some issues with your local network then. Have you tried an alternative Ethernet cable, alternative ports in the switch, etc.? If you plug in another device (PC or such) to the network using an Ethernet cable, doe
  8. In both bash (cli) and Turtle (gui) it doesn't work. Ping anything on the internal and external networks is not working: ping google.com = bad address ping 10.0.3.1 = nothing (this is my internal network)
  9. What address do you get from the network (you don't have to post it here, just make sure you get an expected IP address from the network you are connecting the Turtle to). Try to ping an IP address on the internet (for example 1.1.1.1), if that works, try to ping www.google.com, does that work as well? And... from where are you trying to connect? Is it from within the Turtle text based "GUI" when trying to download modules?
  10. NewBe here. I can not connect to lantrutle.com, also ping does not work, update also does not show "Lan Turtle is currently offline". Both LEDs are on, scanning to the loopback address (127.0.0.1). INB4 - my turtle is connected properly - green the LED is on, and the yellow LED - blinks. What I did wrong? Help
  11. Thank you. Yes, I am connected to a working network. The LEDs are flashing. Where should I go, which section? sorry for the mistake.
  12. First, ask in the correct section of the forum (i.e. the section for the LAN Turtle). Second, do you get any IP address for the Ethernet interface of the Turtle. Are you attaching the Turtle to any network using an Ethernet cable?
  13. NewBe here. I can not connect to lantrutle.com, also ping does not work, update also does not show "Lan Turtle is currently offline". Both LEDs are on, scanning to the loopback address (127.0.0.1). What I did wrong? Help
  14. well, I wouldn't categorize myself as an expert in any way, I just have some basic knowledge... If I was in your situation, I would try to eliminate possible problem scenarios one by one, now you have stepped through the way coming in from the Pineapple and "out" from it and nothing is alarmingly bad there as I can see it. You should get ok speeds. What kind of internet connection do you have and what speed should it offer from the ISP? Mobile, xDSL, fiber...? Is the Pineapple connected to your network directly via an access point or are there any intermediate equipment between your Pineapple
  15. When I say speed check I mean the one through my browser. I tried different browsers but didn't help so is it safe to assume it is not the mark 7? Yelp I believe I need a expert. BTW that is you lol
  16. Ok I see wlan2 looks good but why can I watch a youtube video. Why do I get a message when connecting to the open ssid that say do I want to switch to data because internet may not be available? This is confusing lol. My wife connect to it other day and said what is wrong with internet. It literally feels like it is getting what the speed check says.
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  18. It is possible, but not officially supported. You can of course ask for help in the forums, as you've already discovered. If you're trying to access the flash drive on the host PC, it'd be easiest to create an empty folder inside the udisk, and then mount the USB drive inside of it. If you need remote access to it (ssh, etc), then your example should work.
  19. I guess you got the answers to your questions on Discord
  20. Is there a bug tracker/reporting process for the tool? I only found reference to this forum. Git maybe?
  21. OK, so based on those screenshots you don't have any problems getting decent speeds from your PC to your Pineapple, in other words... the open AP isn't really slow (as I assume that's how you were connected to the Pineapple when taking those screenshots). If you want to use iperf3 you need to start it as you specified on the Pineapple, but you have to run the client from another device (PC) that is connected to the Pineapple's open AP and use: iperf3 -c 172.16.42.1 What speeds does iwconfig show for wlan2 when you run iwconfig on the Pineapple itself? And, don't run the Pineapple (or
  22. I ran into this same issue, after I updated the time on the pineapple I was then able to connect to other wifi networks.
  23. Oh ok. I just was try to keep in on top so someone would see it. I apologize to the community.
  24. Yep. Restarting gives me the login page. Rejects it at first but eventually accepts it. Next page spins on loading devices. Later refreshes gives me essentially a whitepage minus the banner at top
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