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  1. I think my issue is that I'm dealing with an environment setup of Cisco wifi controllers (2500 series), which may be making it hard to cooperate. Has anyone worked with a Pineapple in such a wifi environment?
  2. thanks for the input- I will try this, for my device.. . The ultimate goal would be to fool a separate non-associated device to connect without user intervention which seems not likely.. . but perhaps when I learned a little more I can figure out. . . will keep you posted- thanks again for the time to teach a little.
  3. Thanks for responses... just wanted to get a sense of expectation here... seems to be more involved, but just discouraging that I haven't been able to actually get into network, device yet.. . I'll keep plugging. I don't have any malicious intent but desire the insight. . Is this pretty much the only tool/device of it's kind?
  4. Thanks for response. I'm doing this in my company so it's possible the AP is stronger - -but my phone/tab/iphone is within a couple of feet with the nano. Let me ask you this, so I don't keep wasting time - - 'should' they be connecting automatically even if the real AP is password protected/encrypted wpa?.. When I attempted to connect to pineapple manually connect I get a message about it being unsecure - could that obstacle be the reason it doesn't connect automatically on the deauth?.
  5. Can someone please clear up for me if this device is worth using in 2016? I can understand it's value perhaps in 2010-12 or earlier. I've allowed 3 MAC addresses for pine to spoof an access point- android, iphone, android tablet. Everything in Pine turned on. None of these devices automagically connect. The only thing that did work on one was a deauth - but the client just rejoined the saved 'real' access point. The only way I was able to become a client on the fake network was to manually find it and join it (which thereafter was followed by a prompt about being an unsecure networ
  6. I've added my android mac address to 'allowed clients' and company's AP to allowed ssid. It looks like when i deauth my phone's wifi connection does get interrupted a bit, however it does not connect to the pineapple - it just reconnects eventually back up to the real AP. I have Associations and all the rest of the checkboxes ticked - so it's supposed to be turned on. Is this because there's a password/encryption of wpa2? Does this only connect clients who are automatically probing for OPEN networks? If so- - what are people doing these days as open networks are pretty much a thin
  7. Newbie here... I'm so anxious to get something working - i even paid to have the nano overnighted, yet's it's been a week already since having to learn. Anyway I've added my android mac address to 'allowed clients' and company's AP to allowed ssid. It looks like when i deauth my phone's wifi connection does get interrupted a bit, however it does not connect to the pineapple. Is this because there's a password? does this only connect clients who are automatically probing for open networks? If so- - what are people doing these days as open networks are pretty much a thing of past for any
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