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  1. "opkg update" "opkg install git-http" should solve your issue.
  2. Red flashing indicated wlan1 is in monitor mode wlan1mon. to stiop it flashing drop wlan1mon back to wlan1. This could be 2 things i guess, and i am guessing without more detail. 1. if you use wlan1 in client mode to give the tetra a internet connection then theres a conflict using wlan1 for 2 separate tasks. So try using a 3rd radio or ethernet for Internet. 2. If powering the tetra solely from the USB ports on your laptop then its possibly underpowered, try adding more power supply, either USB power bank or 12V. Hopefully sorts your issue
  3. Then you could also try an EvilTwin style attack using
  4. nano /etc/motd
  5. According to this reference the -q is just error message suppression so shouldn't effect the operation in any way. But I'm not sure what was causing the actual error. gits68 says "ddnsc module have to be fixed" so maybe something is broken.
  6. can you access it locally? i.e. from or - if you cant then maybe your server isnt running? if you can confirm the server is running but it still doesn't show your cloned site try a basic test page first. it could be the clone has problems.
  7. Thats a crucial bit of info :) so when you said you were browsing from inside your network? then sounds like you were trying to browse to your routers IP and not your servers IP, which is kali right? if your on the kali machine you can test by browsing to maybe? otherwise fire up your mobile on data (not wifi) and browse to your external IP to check your port forwarding is working correctly.
  8. Just to clarify be careful not to confuse your routers "management" with "remote management" - if your not using remote management then disable it, it may be interfering with your port forwarding rules and will most likely be vulnerable to abuse.
  9. Don't know, haven't used/tried it. Pineapples are based on OpenWRT and a bit of Google found this that may or may not help: - https://kuther.net/blog/analyzing-openwrt-firewall-logs-splunk It will most likely need modifying to do what you want, or possibly not work for what you want to do. If you get it going please share for others.
  10. example: - opkg update opkg install git-http
  11. Whats your IP? lets take a look :) It sounds like you may have set the router to allow remote management access of your router. What you probably need to use is port forwarding instead.
  12. Yeah, then best wait for the shop to get back to you.They can see what you ordered and what they shipped and when they don't match they will make it right for sure. Hang tight, they are a small busy team but they will get back to you i'm sure.
  13. As an afterthought - Don't suppose there is mention of 1 of 2 parcels on any of the paperwork? sometimes DHL ship multiple parcels under a single waybill.
  14. Doesn't sound right : - TETRA Basic Edition: WiFi Pineapple TETRA, (4x) Antennas, USB Y-Cable, AC Adapter and Quick Start Guide. TETRA Tactical Edition: Basics, plus tactical EDC Shoulder bag, Anker PowerCore+ 13400 USB Battery & morale patches! Best contact the shop https://hakshop.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/requests/new
  15. My Bad, was a different device that wasn’t working, its a TP-LINK TL-WN725N. dmesg output: - [54149.033004] usb 2-2: New USB device found, idVendor=0bda, idProduct=8179 [54149.033015] usb 2-2: New USB device strings: Mfr=1, Product=2, SerialNumber=3 [54149.033023] usb 2-2: Product: 802.11n NIC [54149.033029] usb 2-2: Manufacturer: Realtek My TL-WN722N works fine with my Tetra. haven’t used it on nano yet. dmesg output [54800.622507] usb 2-1: New USB device found, idVendor=0cf3, idProduct=9271 [54800.622519] usb 2-1: New USB device strings: Mfr=16, Product=32, SerialNumber=48 [54800.622527] usb 2-1: Product: USB2.0 WLAN [54800.622533] usb 2-1: Manufacturer: ATHEROS