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  1. Well, that turned out to be simple (I finally had a chance to sit down and look around the console). In /etc/config/network, there is already a definition for wan2. I just made it match the definition for wan, except I used eth1 instead of wlan1. It even worked after rebooting without the USB NIC connected and then plugging it in after boot. I don't know what would happen if I connected wlan1 to a network as well, but now that I know how it's configured it would be easy enough to change at will.
  2. Darren actually mentioned the USB power adapter in one of the University Videos. http://hakshop.myshopify.com/collections/accessory/products/usb-power-cable Edit: It's in the first video. He mentions specifically using it with USB3 since that should provide enough power for basic use.
  3. Hey all I'm Mark aka techiem2. Age: 34 (for now) Sex: Male Height: 5'3" Build: Average/Thinnish? Favorite game: I'd have to go with T.O.M.E. (the roguelike) Favorite OS: Gentoo/Funtoo/Debian Nationality: American Accent: Who knows. I've spent time in too many places. Hobbies: Running/enhancing the church/school network, finding more toys/enhancements for my own network, adding more services to my VPS, Pretty much Anything IT related, Gaming, collecting cool things. Car: 2008 Toyota Yaris Occupation: IT Helpdesk, Freelance IT work
  4. Use the default SSH port (22) when connecting via SSH/Putty: ssh or in putty enter in the host name/ip box.
  5. 1. I assume you are trying to connect to it from a machine on the same LAN. 2. Can you ping it? 3. Port 8006? (Note I'm running an older version of Proxmox, so I don't know if they've changed something, but this sounds like a basic network issue)
  6. I don't know about using a 3g modem for the outside connection, but for using Wlan1 as the outside connection just configure Wlan1 for Client mode to the outside network you want to connect to, then connect your devices to Eth0 or the AP you have configured on Wlan0 and they should go right through. That's what I've been playing with on mine so far and it works well.
  7. I'm a bit fuzzy on understanding the exact situation, but it kind of sounds like a routing table issue to me? Try messing with the default route/gateway settings.
  8. I got my Pineapple and have been enjoying playing with it so far as a portable hostpot router (connect WAN to the network I'm at and connect my devices to my Pineapple's LAN). I have a little Trendnet TU2-ET100 USB ethernet adapter that I would like to be able to use as the WAN interface, but I don't know the proper commands to run to make the Pineapple route through it. It does see the NIC and I can use udhcpc to get an address, but that's as far as I get. :) Could someone tell me the proper commands/procedure to swith the WAN to eth1 from Wlan1 for the outside connection? Ideally I thin
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