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  1. In what way is it impossible to set a static IP address? You need to explain more in detail why. What have you tried?
  2. If things haven't changed recently, it should work. Not using the Nano that much anymore, but I did some stuff with mine some weeks ago and I experienced no problems at that time. Are you sure you have internet access from the Nano? Try to ping some IP address and domain name on the internet from the Nano and verify that it's connected. The Nano itself is end of life, so speaking in such terms the "project" is no more. That doesn't mean that things stop to work abruptly though. It's still alive, it just doesn't "get money from mom and dad" anymore.
  3. What happens if you set Promiscuous Mode to Allow All for the VM network adapter that is bridged?
  4. OK, I can't help you though with such small amount of information, I need to know what portals that are used. Your own only or others as well such as the Kleo ones linked below. Normally, it should be no problem using the Evil Portal module, so something isn't correct in your setup. https://github.com/kleo/evilportals
  5. Did you put your crt file on the Tetra (and register the certificate)? I just remembered now that I did this for the Key Croc a while ago since someone had problems with connecting the Croc to C2 that had self signed certs (I truly have some kind of gold fish style memory capacity). It's discussed in the thread linked below. You will probably just need to do it as it is described in the Hak5 Docs link in that thread. The additional stuff I mentioned in the thread was specific for the Croc for some reason, and... I'm not sure if those packages are the same (or available) on OpenWrt the same way they are on Debian. https://forums.hak5.org/topic/54987-keycroc-doesnt-trust-c2-self-signet-certificate-ca/
  6. You are probably totally correct, but I didn't understand a thing of what you said (and I'm not going to use Google Translate... just guessing it's Turkish from how it looks)
  7. What happens if you kill the cc-client process and start it manually (with the device.config as a parameter)? Any messages/errors thrown back? Does the device.config file contain the domain name of the VPS (do not post the content here though)? Is port 2022 in the file?
  8. I guess the host MAC address interferes with the whole setup if you have bridged the VM NIC to a host NIC. Are you using a wireless or wired adapter on the host as bridged NIC to the Kali VM?
  9. That message is displayed from time to time, even though there is no real error. Just try to refresh and see if it persists. Other than that, it's difficult to say what might be wrong since you haven't specified that much information about what the portal is trying to achieve or how you have set the portal up (other than being a "generic evil portal").
  10. I have a completely different experience of the product... You are spraying info all over the place. Try to focus on describing exactly what you try to do and at what stage. When you say you should change the IP address to 172.16.42.42, what are you trying to do? The range is specified in the docs on several places (but it's not that hard to figure out, since; what range are the most common for private IPv4 addresses used in local networks...)
  11. Can you describe the "loading screen" more specifically? What do you see on screen when getting stuck?
  12. I haven't had any reason to try to make any changes port wise when using https for my C2 instance (the only thing running on that VPS, no "conflicts") so I can't be 100% sure. But since you can't seem to get it working, I would go with the other option instead and, as you say, make changes to the OpenVPN AS instead.
  13. Well, if you read the output when running the c2 executable without parameters, it says: -listenport string Port of the HTTP server (default "8080") -https Enable https (requires ports 80 and 443) so, "listenport" is for http if interpreting the exact words used and, https "requires" 443
  14. You got it working, right? Bad SD card (good for others to know looking for possible solutions to their problems)
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