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  1. I've made too many replies and at this point I should probably just address everyone... but thank you anyway for your suggestions. I think I am going to go with the Yagi. Decent price too and it will work with both the tetra and the Nano with or without adapters if I am correct. Once again, Thanks.
  2. I certainly am looking to get the Yagi antenna at this point. 30ยบ beam width is fairly narrow and I like that.
  3. The size is a bit of a factor. I don't mind the Yagi antennas but prefer either that size or smaller. The narrower the beam-width the better. I don't need it to have a crazy gain either. Thanks for your help. All of theses suggestions are great. I just need to narrow it down. No pun intended.
  4. I will likely use it with the nano if I do get it. Thank you for your help.
  5. Thanks, I will go back and give it another try. Keep up the good work!
  6. Thanks. I don't care so much about distance but rather direction. Trying to pinpoint the locations of rogue APs across a large business campus. so the more directional the better.
  7. Not sure if this belongs here but I'll ask anyway since it's firmware related. How difficult would it be to incorporate a sorting for the table headers in recon? For example lets say I wanted to sort highest to lowest in signal strength. RSSI or I wanted to sort it by mac address AA before BB. Is this something I can do myself within the system's files without violating any of Hak5's terms of use? Thanks for all the hard work. Great release BTW.
  8. I'm not looking for long rage per se, but are there any Highly directional antennas to pinpoint APs? Like rouge detecting by pointing at a building or cubicles. Does anyone have any recommendations?
  9. I did this using VIM and unfortunately the module does not load at all anymore. After the changes to module.js, I saved using `:wq` so maybe I needed to do something different. thanks for your help anyway.
  10. Hi Seb, thanks for the input. but just to verify... you physically have to push the reset button? Also, any plans to add python support for modules?
  11. I left my WPT powered and connected via ethernet in my home network and I am now traveling for work. I noticed I haven't updated the firmware in a while and is pending. without having physical access at the moment, can I remotely update the firmware without having to push the button reset button?
  12. Nope it did not work. Only the blue light on my tetra shows up under the module.
  13. Hi Fox, for some reason I only get the blue light settings on my tetra for your module. I will uninstall it and reinstall see if that works.
  14. I would imagine that placing the LED back to the startup config would do it once you save for boot and uninstall. But I'm not certain. Alternatively, you could SSH into it and change the LED config file.
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