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  1. Actually, the other solution in that post stream is to install the Realtek drivers, as they aren't part of El Capitan. This is why the turtle doesn't show up.
  2. Once you know which interface is the Lan Turtle (if in doubt, unplug it, run ifconfig as above, replug and run ifconfig again, new interface is the Turtle) run dhclient (or Mac Equivalent) on the interface. Failing that, give it a static IP of (netmask and try again.
  3. Which interface is the lan turtle? It looks like you need to actual give the turtle's interface an IP address.
  4. The turtle did have issues with load drivers for certain versions of OSX. Can you post the following extra info: What version of OSX you are running. Example output from ifconfig / ipconfig / whatever OSX uses and an indication which adapter is the turtle. Can you ping the turtle? Have you tried plugging in the turtle via the ethernet cable to the laptop you are trying to access it from?
  5. You might also want to check the dhcp config file too. You might be giving out the wrong dns server and router.
  6. Sounds like you could do with SipP (http://sipp.sourceforge.net/). There currently isn't a module, but the package is definitely available for the Pineapple (so assuming that it will be for the turtle too). You would need to spend a bit of time figuring out the correct call flow for your application, but it will work. Your audio will also have to be pre-recorded, and you will need a username / password combo for the service (if required).
  7. By the way, I've just looked on my pineapple, and seen that IPtables has lots of rules. Rule ordering may be your issue.
  8. Are you definitely forwarding the packets? Not proxying them at all? Either way, you could try: iptables -A OUTPUT -s -d -j ACCEPT iptables -A OUTPUT -s -d -j DROP Assuming the pineapple is still on Sorry about the capitalization before, I was on my mobile, and capitalization is a bit of a PITA.
  9. There is a simpler way on the pineapple: Using iptables: iptables -A forward-s -d -j drop
  10. The actual patching of the source code can be done (or rather not patching), just by removing patch "./target/linux/generic/patches-3.3/640-bridge_no_eap_forward.patch" and rebuilding. The scripts are also available in Mubix's Github repo here: https://github.com/mubix/8021xbridge
  11. So looking at the source code (in this case for the Pineapple, but the code base is similar), the patch should be this: That would then just leave the script, which is almost trivial.
  12. Just so you don't have to sit through the vid: There are specific packets that bridges don't pass. In order for this to wirk, those need to be allowed to flow. The rest is settings and a simple script.
  13. Hi, Sometime a go I came across this talk from DefCon 19: The guy mentions the raspberry pi, but the turtle should be able to do this with minor modifications to the bridging code? Possibly have a flag on the code of whether to enable / disable the patch? The rest of the code is actually documented as a script on a pdf as well. Tim
  14. About time I filled in one of these... My name is Tim a.k.a Phpsystems Favourite game: Fallout Favourite OS: FreeBSD Favourite console: Wii Nationality: British Accent: British (not northern, southern or midlands) Sex: Male Race: White Height: 5' 11" Build: Skinny (ish) Favourite band: Black Stone Cherry Favourite book: Dune Favourite author: Frank Herbert Favourite movie: Hackers Favourite director: Stanley Kubrick Favourite TV Show: Elementary Favourite actor: Johnny Lee Miller Favourite actress: Famke Janssen Favourite Pinup: Jessica Alba Favourite Comedian: Dave Gorman Other hobbies: Programming,fitness, car maintenance. Car: Mk1 Eunos Roadster (Silver) - (japanese version of the MX5 or Miata) Occupation: Senior Systems Administrator
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