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  1. Problem solved. Thanks again, thesugarat!!! To all fellow Mac users, here are the steps to connect to Pineapple Mark IV's web-based control center: (i) Open "System preferences" (ii) In the "Network" tab, set the service order (wifi above the ethernet) (iii) Manually configure the ethernet as IPv4 address : 172.16.42.42 Subnet Mask : 255.255.255.0 Router: (blank) Dns server:8.8.8.8 (iv) Power up the Pineapple Mark IV and connect it's PoE LAN port to your Mac's ethernet port (v). Open a web browser (e.g. Safari) and enter the ip address 172.16.42.1:1471.
  2. thesugarat, first of all, thanks for your reply! So here is what's going on: (1) if I connect the Pineapple Mark IV to a PC with the ethernet cable hooked to the PoE LAN port, I'm able to access the Pineapple's web-based control center (PCC) from the same PC and from an another device (i.e Mac). Everything works flawlessly! Now, (2) if I connect the Pineapple to a Mac, I'm not able access the PCC. Not from the Mac, neither from an another device (PC). Any clues?
  3. I cannot connect to the Pineapple's web-based control center on a Mac OS X. I have followed the instructions provided by Chris Haralson's tutorial (link shown below), but, when I enter the ip address 172.16.42.1:1471, nothing happens! Can someone help me out? Thanks in advance! Link: "How to: Configure a Wifi Pineapple for use with Mac OS X" Steps: (i) In the "Network" tab, I set the service order (wifi above the ethernet) (ii) Manually configured the ethernet as IPv4 address : 172.16.42.42 Subnet Mask : 255.255.255.0 Router: (blank) Dns server:8.8.8.8 (iii). In th
  4. spazi, first of all, thanks for your reply. second, I reinstalled everything for the fourth time. I did everything exactly the same, except this time I downloaded and installed the .torrent version of Kali Linux. Guess what?!? This time Kali recognized my wireless USB adapter (Alfa AWUS036NH). There must be a bug in the direct download version. Best regards!!!
  5. Hi, I need to get my wireless USB adapter recognized by Kali Linux running on VMware fusion. Can anyone please help me? (i) Thus far, I have installed VMware-tools on Kali. (ii) When I type airmong-ng, there's nothing listed. (iii) Wireless USB adapter is properly connected to Mac. (iv) Alfa Network AWSU036NH driver was properly installed on Mac. (v) Wireless USB adapter is recognized on both Mac and VMware fusion. Thanks in advance, hanaokm Host machine: Mac OS X 10.8.4 64-bits kernel (Intel-based) Virtual machine: VMware Fusion Professional 5.0.3 Virtual machine OS: Kali Li
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