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  1. So since there hasn't been many replies, I decided to try downloading C2 again. I went through the order process and used AmazonPay to purchase it. I received the order confirmation e-mail and it's been about 25 minutes now and still no download e-mail. I have to think something is wrong at this point, but maybe it's just affecting me. There's nothing in my junk/spam folder from Hak5. By the way, the PayPal option doesn't seem to work for me, no matter what device (older and newer MBP, iPad Mini 4) or browser (Firefox, Chrome, and Safari) I use. The login page appears for a split second and then it disappears. Anyone else notice this? @Sebkinne @Darren Kitchen Thanks, Keith
  2. Sure, I can certainly do that. However, in the interest of figuring out what went wrong and reporting a possible issue, I decided to create this post. I also wanted to make sure that the process to download C2 after ordering it once before was to actually order it again. Thanks for the feedback.
  3. Hi @m40295, Unfortunately that was one of the first things I tried, however the link no longer works. Thanks!
  4. Hello, I saw where there was an image available for Raspberry Pi, so I wanted to download it to give it a try. I went to the download page, filled out the information and paid (free community version) for it. I received an order confirmation e-mail, but I did not receive a subsequent e-mail with a download link. This was last night around 9pm EST. Did I do something wrong? I ordered and downloaded it back in October, is that the problem? If that's the case, how would I go about downloading the latest version of it to use on other platforms? Thanks, Keith
  5. Hi Seb, Thanks for what you and your team have done and continue to do with this project; I'm still fairly new, but I really like the Pineapple and its capabilities. Anyway, this makes more sense now. You are treating all 802.11 devices as stations or "clients" so the client filter would apply to APs as well. Thank you for the clarification. I was thinking of a way to make that more clear, but some people might not understand that the 802.11 standard refers to any device with a radio as a station. Thanks again to both of you.
  6. One more quick thing as I don't think I can edit my previous post. I'm still not understanding why client filtering matters in this situation. If I'm trying to capture and populate SSIDs to the SSID pool, wouldn't beacons be sufficient and not directed probe requests from clients?
  7. Ok, I'll give that a shot. I guess I misunderstood the purpose of client filtering then. Thank you for the quick and helpful replies, I'll report back tomorrow hopefully as I've torn down my Pineapple for the night.
  8. Hi Foxtrot, You know more about this than I do, but at this point I don't care about clients connecting. I just want the SSIDs to populate in the pool. The client filter shouldn't matter in that instance, should it? Thanks!
  9. Good evening, I updated the firmware on my Tetra from 2.2.0 to 2.4.0 tonight in order to prepare for C2, however, I noticed that SSID pools are not populating. PineAP is enabled, as well as Log PineAP events and Capture SSIDs to Pool. There are no filters set and SSID filtering is currently set to deny mode. Am I doing something wrong? TIA!
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