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  1. That's good! And deauthing clients is usually better for me then trying to deauth a router. I would think that targeting the router in order to deauth all the clients would be better, but I've really only gotten that to work mostly with older routers
  2. make sure your network is only a 2.5ghz network . I have deauthed devices capable of using 2.5 Ghz and 5 Ghz, and because the router was broadcasting both bands from what I could see the only thing that happened was the deauthed 2.5 Ghz connected device just moved to the 5 Ghz network (depending on signal strength to the 5 Ghz network). Other things i have noticed that helped was to increase the deauth packets being sent when using a deauth script or sending deauth packets to a client. Unless of course you have setup your pineapple to work off both bands based on what you are trying to do
  3. IDK maybe im just on that tired asf and retard feeling atm? Excuse my tone or perceived tones, but nothing makes me more twisted than replies that do nothing but give vague responses to others, whom are clearly trying to learn. Some persons, whom also clearly show their English isnt as up to par as others.
  4. i have tried the said above commands and maybe its because im dead tired or a few shots after work idk . said post above gives command without quotes "opkg update ; opkg install sslsplit_0.5.5-1_mips_24kc.ipk -d sd" prior to the command instructions it only says to download the .ipk file from repo " to your pineapple" does not specify a directory or media. This method is extremely capable to work, but lack of proper instruction, or time to give quality instruction does not exist . Yes this may be a method that works, but your instruction is as good as a guy waving hand
  5. Yes start in the lower fw version range then try the modules you want to install. I can't vouch for all modules being able to install and work perfectly on each version of firmware you try, but I can say that some work perfectly (possibly most of them or all) on the lower firmware versions before the updates. Keep in mind that the firmware version may be compatible with certain modules, only because Developers of the modules, rewrote or created the modules for that firmware. In example; if said module version is 1.0 and works on firmware 2.5.0. That does not mean the developer recompiled
  6. Basically he is saying you need to check your settings in "networking" section of the "webGUI" ( web graphical user interface). Once logged in on right the menu should have a option labeled "networking". Click on it and look for small section labeled "wifi client mode". It should have a click-able drop down menu labeled “interface". If you have plugged in the extra wifi adapter ( or a compatible one), you should choose "wlan2" and click scan. Sometimes I have click to scan a couple times in order for networks to properly show up (I'm on newest firmware). Once the network is show
  7. Start with firmware 2.5.0, others have had issues with one thing or anotherthing, when on newer versions of the firmware releases. Some issues could be a windows or Linux thing. But some could also be operator error. Anytime you factory reset or reinstall a firmware on these things, if your connecting through wifi you can't rely on any settings in OS that would assist in a automated connection. Not saying this is your fault or problem for sure but sometimes it's the simple things we look over, that also mean much more in the end.
  8. I find it's best to use the nano if you are directly plugging it into a machine, under a Linux OS. You could also try a different update image and retry the firmware install. I'm kind of tired right now and know there is other ways to do the install but can't put my tongue to the correct wording. But anyways, you could always try a android phone with the app to reset things at minimum. If it's giving you a network to connect to try finding the default gateway in cmd prompt using the "ipconfig" command once you connect. The open a browser and connect to the address given to you as the "de
  9. I'm sorry I was using Text-to-Speech late after work, and I did not proofread the reply. You are correct no rooting is necessary. You can root your phone on Android and then setup the USB port on the phone to only tether once connected to USB in devoloper options on phone. Was supposed to say... You can, I have rooted my phone on Android and when it was setup, the USB connection would tether once set in devoloper options on phone. I still wasn't very specific. But I, was more trying to explain my hardware and software set up. When rereading even the
  10. You can root your phone on Android and then setup the USB port on the phone to only tether once connected to USB in devoloper options on phone. If the pineapple does not see it as a network device once you hook it in, then you may have to do most the settings via shell to configure it. I am not versed on the process further other than I know it's possible to do it via a Linux shell, bc I do it with debian based (parrotOS) all the time. But alot parrotOS also automates things like this very well. 🙂 If I'm wrong then I stand corrected lol. To me... A easy way would be to
  11. I just sent to Walmart and in every checkout aisle they have a 5000 mah battery I think made by ankor that works so far for me. I'm not sure of its output and if it's enough for the pineapple with the extra wifi adaptor etc. But like I said, so far it seems fine. I want to say it was less than 15 bux or maybe right at that amount...
  12. What are you trying to do ?
  13. I still think this should be linked to a RSS feed that updates from a specific forum thread . Would easily keep us updated on whatever is posted.
  14. Maybe we can add the info to the top right of the web GUI showing "current power draw". In my mind im thinking, it would just be nice to have a area that shows currently connected devices. Along with their current live power draw, and a total overall draw from all hardware currently connected . A module came to mind since it might be better vs adding more to the dashboard that already seems to show high cpu usage when loaded. Idk, maybe im just tired asf, and not understanding this devices capabilities ? Ya even the PI when booting tells me that info, but it could show more info as well .
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