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  1. @K2_Shadow @MuffinSmith You can try this until a version for OpenWRT 19 gets built wget https://downloads.openwrt.org/releases/18.06.4/packages/mips_24kc/packages/zip_3.0-4_mips_24kc.ipk opkg install zip_3.0-4_mips_24kc.ipk rm root/zip_3.0-4_mips_24kc.ipk
  2. PineAP can only spoof open networks. If there was a service outage on the WPA2 network (due to a deauth) some users may just join the open network and ignore the change in network encryption. In theory you could use the Pineapples management network with the same SSID and password, then it should just be a matter of signal strength. But that isnt really the intended use of the management AP.
  3. can you reach the uboot recovery page by doing a Firmware recovery? https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/articles/360010471774-Firmware-Recovery
  4. in that case don't power the tetra up with the reset button held down. But it might also fix your issue or give you further insight. Especially if you have not tested if you can reach uboot yet. if you can reach uboot recovery page at least you know the usb ethernet hardware is working.
  5. It depends, if you want to attempt a firmware recovery then follow these instructions : - https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/articles/360010471774-Firmware-Recovery Making sure you upload a recovery firmware not an upgrade file. if you are on a network where your router is also using then you will need to disconnect from that while connecting to the tetra @
  6. It looks like eth1 isn't getting an IP from the tetra.Have you tried on another machine? to rule out yours being the problem. Your not powering it up while holding the reset button down for 10 seconds are you? That would put it into firmware recovery (uboot) mode which is different to a factory reset. if you are then the Tetra will take the IP so you must manually set yours to or so. but then you would only use that to flash a factory firmware and not an upgrade firmware file. https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/articles/360010471774-Firmware-Recovery
  7. yes, mount the card on another machine running linux (if you want to use dd). You could also try gparted or equiv to remove all partitions from the card then drop into the nano and run the SD format tool from advanced/USB tab.
  8. how are you physically connecting things up? pic? are you only using the USB to power it or are you using the 12V adapter? After manually setting up your interface to on your pc did you power cycle the tetra? So many more variables/questions but just trying to get a better picture.
  9. For now, wait or cross compile your own from source. It wont be much longer i'm sure. Its often the case that an update to the OS breaks some packages and modules for a while. .
  10. I don't know about every countries law but if you have contractual permission from the network/company owner i don't see how it can be illegal as to me it seems you would effectively be temporarily employed to test "your own" network. I would be surprised if any country finds that illegal. EDIT - or maybe there are counties where having one in itself breaks local laws. let alone using it. if so let us know.
  11. well, that's kind of good news. Deffo not hardware 🙂
  12. I only see that if i try and add a SSID with more than 32 chars. under that its all good. The 32 char limit is from the 802.11 standards IIRC. EDIT - yup - although in some cases possible to have longer would be out of spec.
  13. Have you been plugging in USB-C? its a micro port though so hopefully just an oversight. I have been using mine a lot for a few years and its still pretty solid for me. When placing in bags etc i have always been very careful of cable placement though as other things in a bag can press up against the connections when walking around.
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