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  1. I have figured it out.. at least for me. I run Kali Linux so what I had to do was navigate to the network options and route it. It was a pain in the butt to figure out. I will explain it in detail. When you connect your wifi pineapple to your computer, it will pop on on your system as a "USB Ethernet Connection". i navigated to the wired connection settings and clicked the settings dial next to it (should be a little gear) once you are there you click on the "IPv4" tab and where it says "Routes" there will be a blank box. With little labels on top of it (address, netmask, gateway, Metric) you can find this all by using the "ifconfig" command in the terminal. I then filled in the blanks on the route, and for the gateway you put the IP of the wifi pineapple into it which is 172.16.42.1... I left the metric spot blank and you click apply then went to my terminal. Started up ./wp6.sh connected it as usual and I was connected ! Let me know of this worked for you guys and let me know if there is anything I need to explain more clearly 🙂
  2. I have figured it out.. at least for me. I run Kali Linux so what I had to do was navigate to the network options and route it. It was a pain in the butt to figure out. I will explain it in detail. When you connect your wifi pineapple to your computer, it will pop on on your system as a "USB Ethernet Connection". i navigated to the wired connection settings and clicked the settings dial next to it (should be a little gear) once you are there you click on the "IPv4" tab and where it says "Routes" there will be a blank box. With little labels on top of it (address, netmask, gateway, Metric) you can find this all by using the "ifconfig" command in the terminal. I then filled in the blanks on the route, and for the gateway you put the IP of the wifi pineapple into it which is 172.16.42.1... I left the metric spot blank and you click apply then went to my terminal. Started up ./wp6.sh connected it as usual and I was connected ! Let me know of this worked for you guys and let me know if there is anything I need to explain more clearly 🙂
  3. I'm sorry I didnt read the entire thing I missed the part where you said you tried this already
  4. This may be different on mac but log into the wifi pineapple via ip address (as you normally would) then navigate to advanced . It will have two gears spinning as an icon , once you click on the advanced tab navigate all the way to the top where it says USB . There... you will see an arrow. Click on that arrow and it will have an option to format the SDcard Hope this helps you 🙂
  5. I run Kali Linux on my laptop and I'm pretty new to all this, trying to learn. I am having some issues connecting my WiFi PineApple Nano to the internet. I have gone through the the guided connect 20 plus times trying different things and I've tried to tinker with the manual setup as well. I read some other threads as well with what sounds like similar issues and I think it has something to do with a default gateway issue. I have searched and searched for some tips on fixing this and havnt seen anything helpful. I'm asking for a nudge in the right direction on how to fix this and if I figure this out I'll post a walkthrough on youtube on how to fix this . I've given up for tonight and will try again tomorrow :) anyone know how to fix this ? And if I could get some tips I'd be more than grateful . My gate way is 0.0.0.0 and I'm pretty sure this is not good
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