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  1. Thanks, I do have PineAP set up to start automatically so that's gotta be it. I will give this another try at home with the same setup and see if it works.
  2. That caught my eye too when I was testing but when I clicked "Scan" to find all of the SSID's around, there was only one instance of that open AP in the list for me to choose from. I am not at the location to re-test this but I will have to give it another shot in the future. Just wanted to make sure I didn't have anything set up incorrectly. For future reference, should I have just thrown the public access point into the deny list for PineAP in order to omit it from being re-broadcast or is there another way to blacklist it?
  3. I hooked up my ALFA USB adapter to my nano today and took it along with my battery to a local site. The nano detected it without issue as wlan2. In the networking section, I selected the open access point that was being broadcast as this location using wlan2 as the adapter and it seemed to get its IP / connection. However, when I connected to the management AP for the nano and tried to get the updates to see if there was a connection, it kept saying it failed. This makes me think that the few clients that did connect would have had no internet access. Should I have been abl
  4. For the nano, which antenna would be best replace with a yagi antenna? I understand that one is used for sending and the other receiving but I am not sure which one actually does what in order to replace it. Could anyone tell me which side of the nano a single yagi antenna would work best in?
  5. I am kinda in the same boat on this one. I bought a cheap android phone (prepaid) and doesn't have service, only use it for WiFi. I don't know if its the phones limitation or what but there is no option to create a hot spot / tether on there, even though its running a new Android OS. The only way I was able to do it without using a laptop was to connect to the management wifi on it. It is a rooted android phone, I will have to see if there is an app in the marketplace that might enable such feature.
  6. Awesome, I assumed that a public location or a de-auth would be the best way to do it.
  7. I received this exact same error when trying to run. I am using an SD card on the Nano. Here are the logs requested. Forgive me if they are too much info, wasn't sure where the data started that you needed within them. dmesg: Mana Toolkit has been shutdown. root@Pineapple:~# dmesg [ 0.000000] Linux version 3.18.36 (openwrt@651d0feeed27) (gcc version 4.8.3 (OpenWrt/Linaro GCC 4.8-2014.04 r49403) ) #40 Fri Oct 28 05:42:22 UTC 2016 [ 0.000000] MyLoader: sysp=8a14b024, boardp=44b65156, parts=b69f8d32 [ 0.000000] bootconsole [early0] enabled [ 0.000000] CPU0 revision is:
  8. Awesome, thanks for the detailed response. I assumed as much with what I had mentioned but was curious of peoples implementations that went outside the scope of the Pineapple Wifi UI using the actual hardware / antennas for other things. I didn't think about the 3rd antenna to essentially route traffic to an AP that I was currently connected to, I will have to look up some hardware for that. The issues and trouble I have had trying to even get a client seem like they are coming from iOS and MacOS. I run this thing in my own home and guests connect to it just fine. However, when tryin
  9. I have some questions about taking this out in the field. I have a battery for my nano and an android phone. This phone however doesn't have service or a plan etc, I just use it for some specific Android Apps and Wifi. I am just looking for some ideas or uses for the nano that I might not be thinking of so I can see its potential and what others are doing. Here are the two basic ones I can think of: Scenario 1: Lets say I was asked to audit a network on a property where I couldn't draw any attention or look like I was up to no good. The only equipment I could have in my han
  10. Thanks both, I didn't mean to sound hostile, was just trying to question the response for my own sanity :) I left the SD card intact and just reset the nano back to factory. It appears to be working now without issue. Seems like the golden fix with these things is just to factory reset when any issues arise. Issue resolved.
  11. Wouldn't the power be the same regardless of the OS? I have both male USB ends plugged into two USB slots on the laptop on the Y adapter. The other female end is connected to the nano itself. This setup worked fine when running it in Windows but it sounds like you are saying that a laptop in general cant put out enough power even when having both cables hooked up?
  12. The reason I noticed this was because I had PineAP running for about 2 hours before I tried to actually connect to one of the rebroadcast SSID's and it wouldn't let me connect to any of them which leads me to think there is an interface issue somewhere.
  13. When I first got my nano, I was using windows and everything worked great. I was able to use recon mode along with all the modules I was trying. Last night, I installed Kali on my machine and hooked up the nano to that. I have an ethernet cable plugged into the laptop and wifi turned off. When I run the wp6 shell script, it runs me through the the steps and it connects without issues. I can get to the Internet, the pineapple, and load bulletins just fine. The issue I am running into now is when I try and run "Recon Scan". I just keep getting "There was an error starting R
  14. I gave these commands a shot and ran into an error when trying to install the versions of reaver and bully you linked to. root@Pineapple:/sd# opkg install libpcap_1.8.1-1_ar71xx.ipk --dest sd Installing libpcap (1.8.1-1) to sd... Configuring libpcap. root@Pineapple:/sd# opkg install bully_1.1-31_ar71xx.ipk --dest sd Installing bully (1.1-31) to sd... Configuring bully. grep: /usr/lib/opkg/info/bully.control: No such file or directory cat: can't open '/usr/lib/opkg/info/bully.list': No such file or directory root@Pineapple:/sd# opkg install reaver_Big_endian-1_ar71xx.ipk --dest sd In
  15. I am trying to figure out how to get my nano into monitor mode so I can capture a simple handshake. I booted up the Nano and SSH'd into it. From here, I ran: airmon-ng start wlan1 The result I got back was: login as: root root@172.16.42.1's password: root@Pineapple:~# airmon-ng PHY Interface Driver Chipset phy0 wlan0 ath9k Not pci, usb, or sdio phy0 wlan0-1 ath9k Not pci, usb, or sdio phy1 wlan1 ath9k_htc Atheros Communications, Inc. AR9271 802.
  16. I received my Nano a few days ago and watched several videos on the site to make sure I was up to speed when it arrived. I got it all set up and installed a few modules. From here, I ran recon and saw all of the results in my area. Many of them were my own but there were a couple in range from neighbors, one of which agreed to let me "audit" him. After adding all of the MAC addresses associated with his SSID to the "Allow Mode" client filtering, I waited... I have about 20 MAC addresses in my filter, a dozen SSID's in the Pine AP Pool (including his) as well as
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