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  1. Ok, I'm an idiot. It's never a good idea to do your setup in a lab with Aruba wireless gear with the IDS turned on. Yeah, the Aruba stuff was doing its job and shooting down connections to anything on the network that was not one of it's AP's. Disable/whitelist the pineapples and things are working fine. I think I owe Seb and Darren a drink for this one.
  2. /etc/config/wireless root@Pineapple:~# cat /etc/config/wireless config wifi-device 'radio0' option type 'mac80211' option hwmode '11g' option path 'platform/ar934x_wmac' option htmode 'HT20' option channel '1' config wifi-iface option device 'radio0' option network 'lan' option mode 'ap' option ssid 'Pineapple_8C33' option encryption 'none' config wifi-iface option device 'radio0' option network 'lan' option mode 'ap' option encryption 'psk2+ccmp' option key 'password'
  3. Greetings, Been setting up my Tetra's for an event and I've been having a heck of a time with clients not connecting to the Tetra no matter what I try. Running Firmware 1.0.2, I've done a factory reset, manual firmware reload, and also confirmed on two Tetra's; No clients are able to connect. Just trying to figure out if it's something I'm doing, or if it's a problem others are seeing. About to try out a Nano to see if it's doing the same thing to just make sure it's not anything on my test devices or something weird. Suggestions? Render
  4. Greetings, Been getting a bunch of inquiries about the Church of WiFi WPA tables that are incorrect or mis-informed as well as a seeing a few posts around here that make me a little sad that people are'nt taking the time to read existing FAQ's and documentation. There's alot of misconceptions out there I'd like to clear up here since this forum seems to be a common link among this misinformation. - I still sell the 9 DVD (33Gb) set of tables. They are the same ones from about 5 years ago. There has not been any changes or updates. The reason I still sell them is that people keep buying th
  5. Happy to report I got it rebuilt, thanks seb. For future note, a sparkfun FTDI basic and some jumper wires will allow you to talk serial to the Mark IV quite easily.
  6. Update: Found another adapter and managed to get to the recovery console. Now just waiting for the kernel.bin and rootfs.bin files to be posted so I can complete the process. Hacking and cough syrup is a dangerous combination.
  7. So I just recieved my MK iv pineapple. Fired it up and after some poking, went to install the latest firmware via the web interface. No idea how it happened, but something went terribly wrong. Basically it's bricked and no communication via wifi or ethernet. I'm familiar with openwrt on many platforms but this one is new to me. Googling around I looked at the flash procedures for the hardware. I lack one of thier official console boards but hacked something together from a usb to serial adapter to the pins on the board. I get what appears to be the bootup output on the console but it'
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