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  1. How do you get modules loaded to external storage on a WIFI Tetra as you can do on a WIFI Nano? To add some further context to my questions around how do I get the storage working. So, my need isn't so much for space as much as it is for the portability. On my WIFI Pineapple Nano, I have in it a MicroSD. There I have loaded my modules. Anytime I need to upgrade the firmware, like from 2.0 to 2.5.4, the process flashes the image in that ends up wiping out any modules loaded on the device. With them being on the MicroSD, I do not have to download again all my modules with any that have
  2. So, my need isn't so much for space as much as it is for the portability. On my WIFI Pineapple Nano, I have in it a MicroSD. There I have loaded my modules. Anytime I need to upgrade the firmware, like from 2.0 to 2.5.4, the process flashes the image in that ends up wiping out any modules loaded on the device. With them being on the MicroSD, I do not have to download again all my modules with any that have dependencies. Re-downloading is just time-consuming. The WIFI Pineapple Tetra does not have a MicroSD slot, but instead has a USB slot. My goal was to use that USB slot to load the mo
  3. So, I found one of my issues...should be external_disk, not eternal_disk. Made that change and in testing a module download, there was a quick flash to ask to save it someplace but it went away. Is there a switch or config parameter that needs changing? Or does the location need changing? TIA, Michael
  4. So, I have a USB drive connected, formatted, recognized and mounted in the system on my Tetra. The feature I really appreciate on the NANO is that with the modules on the SD Card, any firmware upgrades do not impact the modules and therefore I do not have to re-download every module upon flashing the firmware. I would like to do that as well on my Tetra. Can I do that with an external USB drive and if yes, how would that be done? My resources currently look like this where the /external_disk is the USB drive: Filesystem Size Used Available Use% Mounted on rootfs
  5. So, I did this and it is recognized, however, I don't get prompted to select the space. Is there some other place to configure where they are stored?
  6. So, this is bizarre. I flashed both devices back from factory recovery and they are now both working as expected. Don't like the no explaination as to why.
  7. To your questions, yes, the filters were set to deny and the lists were cleared. Therefore my understanding is that it will deny nothing since the lists are empty.
  8. Just to add, there appears to be either some issue or misunderstanding on how PineAP works under 2.x as I am having the same issue on both my TETRA and NANO as are others.
  9. So, I am having the same issue with both my NANO and my TETRA after upgrading to 2.4.x. PineAP will not capture to the SSID pool. I currently have the Tetra @2.4.2 and I just did a firmware recovery on my NANO and loaded the file nano_factory.bin from the website which once loaded was @2.4.1. Here is what I have: Enabled: PineAP, Autostart Checked: Log PineAP Events, Client Connect Notifications, Client Disconnect Notifications, Capture SSIDs to Pool, Beacon Response I have to say this has been a bit disappointing to have to run through all these hoops, however, if there is
  10. I have recently upgraded my Tetra to 2.0.2 and loaded modules back in. On the LED Controller Module, I noticed that the color scheme on the UI is not reflected in controlling the box. Has anyone experienced this issue as well? Yellow section controls Red LED, Blue section controls Yellow LED, and the Red section controls the Blue LED.
  11. I was looking on the forum for any information around setting up time zones. UTC is fine, but it would be beneficial to be able to have the ability to set up time zone information. Michael
  12. This has been an interesting topic with security professionals in my area. In taking a brief review of titles in a top 5 US city of which I live near/work, the CISO title is from what I have seen dependant on two things: company culture and role at the board level. If the company culture doesn't see the need, then there is little likelihood of there being a CISO. I have also seen that the reporting of CISOs or like roles varies as well. Some report to the CIO, some to a CSO, some to Risk Management and some to Legal. Although the need for security professionals has been dramatically i
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