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  1. @Sebkinne, perhaps you could help me with the issues that I mentioned in my previous post? Thanks in advance :)
  2. Any news with regard to the release of a version of Mk3 Firmware higher than 2.1.2? Can't wait to upgrade the firmware :) . Besides, I've got 2 issues with 2.1.2: 1. Association log stops working after a while (usually, after some days) 2. Factory reset button renders the WP3 inoperable. In such case, only reflashing with AP-51-flash helps, which restores both the operability and the Association Log feature. Any ideas?
  3. OK, I see. Still, out of my experience with Mk3 f/w I can tell that it's much more stable, as compared to the Mk2 f/w, which I used before. wp3.sh + pineapple.sh works as a charm. I've tested it on my BT5R2KDE, going to switch over to BT5R3KDE to see how it's gonna work. Apart from that, I've had some problems with Karma, i.e. the SSIDs requested by connecting clients almost never appear in the Association Log list. Meanwhile, I can see the SSIDs provided by Karma in the lists of available networks that are visible to each of the clients. So Karma seems to be working, but it doesn't fill the list with any data. It only did for a moment after I reflashed my router a while ago. Another Q: Is it possible to switch off the wireless interface on WP using the GUI, as it was done on Mk2, or can it only be switched on? FYI, I'm using OpenMesh with Mk3 2.1.2 f/w.
  4. Has anyone tried to get sslstrip working on mk3? If so, could you provide a script, which makes both ICS and sslstrip for BT5R2/R3? TIA
  5. I've made it with the flashing (v2.1.2), though I have encountered some problems relating to it. First, it could't recognize my ethernet port (Broadcom 440x 10/100 Integrated Controller) on windows XP. Only after I switched to a machine with Windows 7, it worked. Second, after I pressed the Factory Reset button and rebooted the router, it stopped sending back packets to my PC, which forced me to reflash it again. Otherwise, things work perfectly. Surprising, what can be squeezed out of this little box. Hats off to @Sebkinne and other developers, you've made a great product! Can't wait for the arrival of version 3 of the Mk III firmware (I know, that many of you, guys would recommend that I buy Mk IV, but I still think that Mk III has a lot to show off, and I wouldn't like to get rid of it yet). BTW, could you provide me with any links or how-tos or tutorials on how to use Mk III's features? It could also be good to have a side-by-side comparison of the architecture and features of Mk I, Mk II, Mk III and Mk IV. Something similar to the lists found on smartphone sites. Also, links concerning Pineapple mods could be interesting.
  6. OK, thanks for all the information, I won't disturb you more if you're busy now. Good luck on the DerbyCon :)
  7. Thanks a lot for the link, Mr. Protocol. I will soon try to reflash my WP2 to get WP3 instead. Meanwhile, I have some additional questions: I often use a shared Internet connection on my XP Home, established between my AWUS036H and WP2 (I also have a built-in Intel Pro Wireless 3945 on my Dell laptop, but it's not involved in the ICS). Therefore, to make it possible, I've changed the Pineapple's settings in the following way: Connection type: DHCP Type: Bridged IP Address: Netmask: The Ethernet address on my PC (from which the ethernet cable goes to my Pineapple) is as follows: IP: Subnet mask: Default Gateway: BLANK Preferred DNS Server Address: (my home router) In the video that you have posted it's said that the initial network settings for flashing should be (PC's ethernet adapter), subnet mask But right now, my Pineapple's address is Could I also use my network settings for flashing, or will they not work? Is the Mk3 version configured with and my present will not work? Could I afterwards have a possibility to use Webif in order to revert to my previous network settings, so that my Mk3 could connect to my PC's
  8. Hello, I have a Wifi Pineapple Mark II, running on a MR3201A-38NQ router (an OpenMesh Mini router). I wonder if it can be reflashed to Mark III? It has been confirmed in HakShop's Item FAQ page that it can be updated (Mk II > Mk III), (http://hakshop.myshopify.com/pages/item-faq , Q: "Can I flash my Wifi Pineapple II or III to the Mark IV firmware?"), and a link to the forum is provided. However, I couldn't find any post in the forum with a step-by-step explanation. So, maybe you guys could help me where can I find the instructions to do so, and which modules I can use? E.g., which modules from the Kamikaze repository (http://downloads.openwrt.org/kamikaze/8.09.2/atheros/packages/) or the other ones, like sslstrip, jasager etc. can be used? I'm a relative newbie on this topic, so any set of clear and understandable instructions would be appreciated, and I wouldn't like to brick my Wifi Pineapple. While searching for the solution to this issue, I found the following files on the web : https://code.google.com/p/awh/source/browse/#svn%2Ffirmware%2Fv3.0-091101 . How do you think, maybe I could use them to flash my router? Also, before flashing, I would like to back up my Mk II data and configuration. Can it be dumped to the disk on Windows XP with the use of Win SCP and with linux file attributes preserved?
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