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  1. AutoSSH doesn't work for me once I've unplugged it from my USB port on my local machine. Any way to modify the single quote mark out of the config for AutoSSH?
  2. Audrick Thanks, I appreciate it. I tweaked mine and couldn't get to get an IP address from t-mobile any longer. Sadly, I had not made a backup before I made my tweaks and my memory wasn't spot on as usual. Your /etc/config/network details have restored my 3G LAN Turtle to full working order! This is the one I used. config interface '3gwan' option device '/dev/ttyACM0' option proto '3g' option service 'umts' option metric '10' option disabled '0' option apn 'epc.tmobile.com' option dns '66.94.9.120' M
  3. Audrick, I'm glad my post helped. I was wondering if you would mind sharing your /etc/config/network config (cat /etc/config/network) section for your 3gwan interface? Thanks, M
  4. You can configure AutoSSH from your machine and they deploy it and from the machine that the LAN Turtle is autoSSH'ing to, you'll be able to get in as long as the internet isn't blocked on the target machine.
  5. I think if you disable the WAN Fallback, the 3G connection will its only way to be on the internet. The LAN turtle should work without a 3G SIM card as well. Could you share your /etc/config/network (cat /etc/config/network) settings?
  6. TecDaddy, Which carrier SIM did you use?
  7. Can anyone confirm the /etc/config/network settings below are valid? config interface 'loopback' option ifname 'lo' option proto 'static' option ipaddr '127.0.0.1' option netmask '255.0.0.0' config interface 'lan' option ifname 'eth0' option proto 'static' option ipaddr '172.16.84.1' option gateway '172.16.84.84' option netmask '255.255.255.0' option ip6assign '60' option metric '30' config interface 'wan' option ifname 'eth1' option proto 'dhcp' option metric '20' config interface 'wan6' option ifname '@wan' option proto 'dhcpv6' option metric '20' config interface 'vpn' option ifname 'tun0' option proto 'dhcp' config interface '3gwan' option device '/dev/ttyACM0' option proto '3g' option service 'utms' option dns '66.94.25.120' option apn 'epc.t-mobile.com'
  8. I have a LAN Turtle 3G. I'm using V5 of the firmware. I got the modulemanager to install QuickCreds,AutoSSH,DDNSC, keymanager, meterpreter-sl,netcat,nmap and responder, however, it doesn't allow me to START, ENABLE or CONFIGURE any of the modules that are available. When I try to start Responder I get this blank screen Anybody know what's going on here? I tried to start modules from the bash shell, but that doesn't help. Responder just gives it usage help and nothing else. Its looking more and more like someone at HAK5 needs to do some QC before they release a product, if I tried this at my job, I wouldn't working there any more.
  9. Can you ping google or any other site from the shell prompt? ping 8.8.8.8 ping www.google.com I had to start my module manager manually from the shell (bash) prompt (exit the turtle menu) /etc/turtle/modules meterpreter configure /etc/turtle/modules meterpreter start /etc/turtle/modules meterpreter stop /etc/turtle/modules modulemanager start See if that will get you going.
  10. Foxtrot, Thanks for confirming my speculation concerning the WAN Fall Back option. I know I should change my putty settings for HAk5 shells, just too lazy to do it. Thanks for pointing that out for others if they were wondering why my shell window looked different.
  11. Thanks to Just_A_User concerning 8.8.8.8 DNS server vs. t-mobile DNS server 66.94.9.120 & 66.94.25.120 allows my 3gModem to go on-line with either epc or fast.tmobile.com as the APN setting.
  12. Audrick, I think the WAN Fallback is for if the 3G connection isn't available, the LAN turtle will attempt to use the WAN connection. When you SSH to the are you using a 172.16.85.1 address? If so I think that works if the LAN turtle is plugged into a USB port on your local machine. If you aren't connected to the USB, would you mind sharing how you got the IP address of your 3G connection?
  13. I've tried both epc and fast tmobile.com APN's and still no luck. Thanks for searching. My thought in all of this is SHARE what HAK5 did if they used one in development. Its not hard to share something.
  14. Okay. if HAK5 Tested with a T-Mobile SIM, then why haven't they posted the APN information they used????? When I went to T-Mobile's web side for APN settings its says to leave EVERYTHING blank but the APN and DNS address This doesn't WORK at all. COME ON HAK5....lead by example instead of saying we used t-mobile during dev and it works okay. What EXACTLY worked okay? What fields did you populate? The fields that you populated what VALUES did you use? 200 dollar piece of equipment and nothing really but a short video that says how to put the SIM card in. 👿
  15. Thanks. I found it. Factory Reset has been done, but now I can't update to the latest firmware. I keep getting the error below: I downloaded turtle-5.bin from HAK5 and did a sysupgrade -n /tmp/turtle-5.bin manually and that seems to have the 3g modem settings, but doesn't have the features that the firmware I updated to yesterday has.
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