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Sebkinne

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  1. Sebkinne's post in psk storage for WiFi Client Mode ssids was marked as the answer   
    We do not remember previous access points. This IS something we'll add down the line though.
    The only place your WiFi clientmode password will be is in /etc/config/wireless.
    Best regards,
    Sebkinne
  2. Sebkinne's post in Shipping to Netherlands was marked as the answer   
    There are no issues. The only thing that can happen is that you need to pay import tax / customs as the item is from the USA.
    Best regards,
    Sebkinne
  3. Sebkinne's post in Client and PineAP on wlan1 only was marked as the answer   
    Both wlan0 and wlan1 are required to run the full pineap suite. If you want to use clientmode, you'll need to attach a third radio.
    Best Regards,
    Sebkinne
  4. Sebkinne's post in Any plans to add 5ghz dongle support? was marked as the answer   
    We'll support a few select devices for things like clientmode. I'm not sure about pineap yet though as there are a lot more channels and it'll be more cpu intensive.
    Best regards,
    Sebkinne
  5. Sebkinne's post in Where oh where has my little wlan0 gone? was marked as the answer   
    Hi Spoonish,
    Your logs look completely normal as far as I can see. Both phys are working correctly and starting the appropriate interfaces.
    As I previously stated, wlan0 (and wlan0-1, same phy) is not allowed to be used as a wireless clientmode device. It hasn't previously been in the NANO or the TETRA, so I am unsure of what you saw before. Either way, everything is as it should be.
    If you want to use clientmode but do not care about PineAP, you can use wlan1. If you want to use PineAP and clientmode, you'll need to use a third radio over the USB host port.
    Best Regards,
    Sebkinne
  6. Sebkinne's post in AC Power to nano? Iphone charger on a Nano was marked as the answer   
    The WiFi Pineapple NANO requires around 7.5W of power (5V 1.5A).
    If your AC charger gives out at least 1A, you should be fine, but under heavy load you might need the extra .5A.
    Powering it with anything over is fine too, as long as you do not exeed 5V.
    Best Regards,
    Sebkinne
  7. Sebkinne's post in Which Radio is on which side? was marked as the answer   
    You can find more information here: https://www.wifipineapple.com/pages/nano
    The AR9331 is wlan0.
    Best Regards,
    Sebekinne
  8. Sebkinne's post in problems using filtering was marked as the answer   
    The issue has been fixed in firmware version 1.0.2.
    Best Regards,
    Sebkinne
  9. Sebkinne's post in PineAP -> Client Mode was marked as the answer   
    This is because wlan0 and wlan1 are required for the full PineAP suite. The management AP is simply a virtual interface of wlan0 (hence the wlan0-1).
    If you want to use wireless clientmode and run PineAP, you will require a third radio. We sell a small nubbin, and a larger, more powerful alfa, and they both work great with the WiFi Pineapple NANO and TETRA.
    Best Regards,
    Sebkinne
  10. Sebkinne's post in Linux Mint and Nano Network Config Question was marked as the answer   
    This is completely normal - the last interface to be added usually takes the default route (especially if it's ethernet). The fix is to either set "Use this network only for it's resources" in your network manager (where applicable), or to run the wp6.sh script. This will correct your default route.
    I know there is currently an issue with the script, but Darren is going to release a new one later today.
    Best Regards,
    Sebkinne
  11. Sebkinne's post in Recon: Scan results disappear was marked as the answer   
    I think there is a good way to handle keeping recon's last scan / coming back to a previously started scan, I just haven't gotten around to implementing it.
    The API was written in a way that would allow us to trivially restore a previously started scan (as long as the interface is not refreshed, though local storage exists..). Keeping the scan data is also rather simple.
    I have it on my list and will get to it soon :)
    Best Regards,
    Sebkinne
  12. Sebkinne's post in Time Zone Change was marked as the answer   
    The dropdown will default to UTC, but the "Current Timezone" above should reflect your changes.
    Best Regards,
    Sebkinne
  13. Sebkinne's post in Removing 1st SSID from PineAP Removes Entire List was marked as the answer   
    The issue is already fixed and a new firmware has been released (there were a couple of other issues).
    The issue was @line 159, you'd need to remove "$ssidArray = " and keep the array_shift.
    Best Regards,
    Sebkinne
  14. Sebkinne's post in autossh to relay server was marked as the answer   
    Should work out of the box. To be sure execute "/etc/init.d/autoshh enable". After that, reboot and it would work just fine!
    Best regards,
    Sebkinne
  15. Sebkinne's post in OPKG update issue was marked as the answer   
    Hi dre2007,
    1. The URL is correct, simply not available yet.
    2. From the repo once it is up
    3. That's not the correct way to install SSLStrip on OpenWRT. You'll need to wait for the package to become available. This will take care of the install for you.
    Best Regards,
    Sebkinne
  16. Sebkinne's post in Question Regarding Adding SSL to Interface was marked as the answer   
    Hi IMcPwn,
    The firmware is still in development, and there are some things that are not completed yet. One of which is nginx's SSL support.
    Regarding the path, those are just compile time options - the path is absolutely correct. Doesn't influence the runtime at all ;)
    Also, it's "--dest sd" for the WiFi Pineapple if an SD card is inserted.
    Best Regards,
    Sebkinne
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