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PaulFinch

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  1. I just added a new disconnect function : function menu { ... [dD]) disconnect;; ... } with a firehol start : function disconnect { /etc/init.d/firehol start > /dev/null printf "\n" exit } and i just added a firehol stop in the connectsaved function : function connectsaved { if [[ "$sfirsttime" == "1" ]]; then printf "\n Error: Settings unsaved. Run either Guided or Manual setup first.\n"; menu fi /etc/init.d/firehol stop > /dev/null ... } Of course for you, it would be : service ufw stop and service ufw start ... Cheers
  2. I used to have this kind of issue when i was using ufw. In the script, if you switch iptables -X and iptables -F, to perform iptables -F first, the problem is gone (if i remember correctly). But if you use a firewall "manager" like ufw or firehol, it is not very clean to flush iptables like this. I personally changed the script to disable firehol when connecting, and re-enable firehol when disconnecting (i added this function)
  3. Hi, i just think it will be available later. As the nano is quite new, more and more modules appear slowly... So, just wait ... Not sure it will be long
  4. Good Job. I just have a tiny problem when i want to connect: iptables: Too many links. But I'm using ufw, and when i disable it, it works fine, ufw puts a lot of stuff in iptables (just sharing the info). If I may make a suggestion, it would useful to have a [D]isconnect option, in case you want to stop sharing the connexion. Anyway, thanks a lot Darren.
  5. What about an option to disable the sharing ? And thus, removing routing and forwarding rules. Could be useful...
  6. Hello guys, I added my MAC address to the MAC address filter in deny mode (testing purpose). When I do this, i can't access the open AP (no surprise) but i can't access the management AP either, is it normal ? This completes my previous remark : Maybe i misunderstood how it is supposed to work, but in that case, what's the point in having a management AP ? I don't really see the logic here.
  7. Anyone else having trouble installing evil portal dependencies ? Error installing dependencies. (fw : 1.0.4) opkg update gives repo errors : Collected errors: * opkg_download: Failed to download http://downloads.openwrt.org/chaos_calmer/15.05/ar71xx/generic/packages/oldpackages/Packages.gz, wget returned 8. * opkg_download: Failed to download http://downloads.openwrt.org/chaos_calmer/15.05/ar71xx/generic/packages/pineapple/Packages.gz, wget returned 8.
  8. Hi, Great work guys. My Pineapple nano still have some weird behaviors sometimes (can't explain more yet, i need to investigate more), but I guess future firmware releases will make this more stable and will provide more modules. Once again, it's a really nice product. I was just wondering if it was "normal" to be able to access the Administration Site through the open AP ? I would have believed that it would be accessible only from the management AP. No big deal here.
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