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  1. Sorry I have been ill for awhile! The problem is most likely the SD card. At times when I boot up the Nano, it does not recognize the SD card. Of course like many here we use the SD cards to store our Dependencies that we want to use. Tomorrow , will fire up the Nano again, and see if the problem still exist.
  2. I know your frustration! The SD card function on the Nano is miss and play. At times when you boot up the Nano it will recognize the SD card. At other times nothing!
  3. Hello, Just wondering where you able to install 2 antennas to your Tetra?
  4. So, instead of Log Out, you Shut Down unit and wait until it closes, before removing power from unit, is this Correct?
  5. Not sure if it is my Nano or Windows 8. Nano not stable, at times it connects, many modules do not Start! Also keep getting error network connection. I know for a fact it is not my wifi, as I am in another room. And I can access other sites, but Nano many times will not connect. Or should I dedicate a laptop with Kali Linux? Any comments appreciated.
  6. Looks like a very Great project, I wish I had half the Brains you have. Keep us posted on your results. Happy Testing!
  7. Problem fixed! To anyone else who happens to stumble across this page in the future, this solution comes from member "afraIT". I had originally set my NANO on "Allow" mode (for both options) when doing the initial setup. This turned out to be wrong and would cause the client to not be able to reach the internet once connected. RESOLUTION Preform a factory reset and choose "Deny" mode for both options instead of "Allow". (Fill in everything else as you normally would) I then connected to my NANO via the website, then connected the NANO to my internet (Networking page - WiFi Client Mode) Next, I did a brief Recon scan, added the "Scan Results" (there's a nice little drop-down arrow "Add all SSID's to PineAP Pool"), went to PineAP, checked all the boxes, enabled both options and saved the settings. Lastly, I used my iPhone to search for the local WiFi. Connected my iPhone to my NANO's AP successfully and was able to reach Google 🙂 (I also tried connecting this way with a Android as well; works)
  8. Thanks for explanation.
  9. Have any you Testers, added an External Antenna to your Nano? If so, which brand antenna did you use, and I guess you need 2 antennas, correct? I want to put one outside on my roof. I am sure being inside you do loose signal quality.
  10. Thanks Jtyle6 Will try it out and let you know how it went,
  11. Hello, I have the Nano with the 2.7.0 version, nothing but problems. How can I install an earlier firmware version. I went back to Factory specs. But the 2.7.0 version still appears. Any info would be appreciated.
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