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  1. Pretty sure I have one spare from my Raspberry Pi, i'll try that. Thanks very much for your help
  2. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0ByhchBxTIuK5UFBkQzRtRlpEemM/view?usp=sharing https://drive.google.com/file/d/0ByhchBxTIuK5T1h1dm1WQmcwXzA/view?usp=sharing https://drive.google.com/file/d/0ByhchBxTIuK5bTE0Z29MNHFGU3c/view?usp=sharing
  3. Hello, I have inserted 3 screenshots below from my Nano on the Android App. It will only let me connect as client to my existing router on WLAN1 I assume it connects as I get no errors and it appears to receive an IP address. And then in the routing table the default gateway never updates to my router's IP (192.168.1.254). Should the DG be set to 192.168.1.254 on WLAN0 ?
  4. It wasn't the primary reason for me getting a Nano Pineapple, but as I do a lot of travelling I thought would be good to use the Nano to share the internet connection in the hotel and also be able to use my ChromeCast. After spending a good few hours trying to configure this at home I kept getting intermittent results, and got very frustrated for something I thought was straight forward! 1) Set and confirmed filters for client and SSID 2) Connected to existing home router on Nano showed connected, but sometimes didn't update the Default Gateway on the Nano. Very intermitant internet connectivity on the Nano, I tried to load bulletin/updates and it rarely worked. Eventhough other devices connected directly to the home router are fine. 3) Even when I did manage to have the Nano connected to the home router clients connected to the Nanao could not get internet. Can anybody help me at all please. And just to confirm, do I need to use PineAP for this solution to work? Thanks
  5. Hi SupaRice, You most likely will have this sorted now, but for anybody else who has a similar idea I shall answer anyway. For products such as RSA EnVision, ArcSight, Huntsman, Q1 etc they do not offer any OpenSource stuff, or offer any demos / trial due to the fact they take a lot of time to setup and will only supply with recommended hardware etc A good starting point that I would suggest, as in fact I did also, First of all I would download and install Security Onion which is a Linux distro the comes with SNORT / BroIDS / OSSEC and many other OpenSource software packages are installed, and for the majority are already configured. I am also a big fan of Splunk also and in fact a Security Onion app has already been created for Splunk, so with little effort you can get some nice graphs and information etc from your network. No matter what IDS/IPS that you use you will have to think out and create your own correlation rules (which will take time), due to every environment being different. So depending how you setup your lab you can have an SIEM on a shoe string Thanks
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