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  1. Yup, you are currently "allowing" no MAC's to join. It's good to get to grips with the filters so its worth trying some combinations out.
  2. Maybe something here https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/categories/360001177114-Cloud-C2
  3. How are you setting up your filters?
  4. And none show up attached to your network? Does your network itself show up? How long are your scans that you are running? While scanning are you using each device to help visibility? don't forget the recon is channel hopping so a longer scan and network activity helps.
  5. Sounds like it could be a provider limitation, or possibly APN configuration. I havent been able to ever use the connector app, my phone can provide internet but then i cant connect to the pineapple. OR i can connect to the pineapple and have no shared internet. My solution was to use a 3g USB dongle in the pineapple.
  6. |f you can still get to the uboot recovery screen to do a firmware recovery you may be able to get it back. Read carefully, read again, perform each step. Don't unplug during flash, this is your safety net so dont break firmware recovery. https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/articles/360010471774-Firmware-Recovery
  7. You can also join the discord server or IRC and ask/chat there, don't always expect immediate responses but the good folks there will point you in right direction.
  8. 1. Bit of black tape over the case above the LED 2. Open it up and cut the trace for the LED or put tape over the LED internally 3. Install an open OS on the router, OpenWRT/LEDE, DD-WRT, TOMATO etc etc. Some/most allow control of LED's. 4. Use other network.
  9. If I had to guess (and it is a guess) as I didn't have it in front of me. I would suggest it was possibly the pineapple SQL db got borked during the upgrade. It may have been solved with a db refresh. But either way, glad you have it working now and yes firmware recovery is a great way to get back to a base factory fresh state. It is very rare for me to have any issues after a recovery after trying new "things" out on my pineapple.
  10. I guess this is the difference between wlan0 being the real AP and wlan0-1 being a virtual AP both running on the same phy0 radio in master mode. This is where I get a little confused about your process. If I do the same - change wlan0 MAC and disable the wlan0-1 my wlan0 is still up and /var/run/hostapd-phy0.conf is correct. So are you placing the original wlan0-1 MAC onto the wlan0 interface? If so then i guess when you try to bring back wlan0-1 back then they would have the same BSSID and fail. I think the root cause is that virtual AP/interfaces must have unique BSSID's as they are running on the same hardware and possibly use MAC to distinguish between each other. I haven't a great understanding of virtual AP's so may be wrong. Im sure someone will chime in to correct me if wrong.
  11. There is currently one on UK ebay, but they are asking a lot for it. Hit the googles and see if you can find one else where, even Europe. Looks like that pack is discontinued and the new slim has the USB socket side mounted on the pack and won't align with the 180 degree usb adaptor in the case. get em while you can time.
  12. well, now you know what to look for you can search for a local supplier, or find someone who uses amazon that can buy it for you. Or sign up 🙂
  13. Should really be asked in the Pineapple section - But while were here there isn't many but I guess more will come. root@Pineapple:~# module Usage: /usr/bin/pineapple/module list - lists all modules [module name] [args] - execute a module
  14. https://www.anker.com/products/A1250011
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