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  1. 5 hours ago, charlie1 said:

    I was ONCE able to get it to broadcast SSID's it had captured from a scan (woohoo!) and when i connected to the network i had no access at all

    What wireless network(s) did you try to mimic? What protection was configured for them? You can't "copy" a protected network and expect clients to connect to an open network on the Pineapple just simply because of the fact that the SSID is the same. And, if you mimic networks that are configured as open and still can't get clients to connect, how are your filters set up? ICS should work, but I rarely use it. Attach a USB WiFi adapter to the Nano instead and get internet access through that interface.

  2. If I remember the recent discussions on the Hak5 Discord server correct, things mentioned here are looked upon to try to find some fix for it. It seems to be an issue that too many ppl are experiencing to be setup or usage related. Not sure of any status though. I have never experienced these kind of problems, but it might be pure luck.

  3. I'm curious about how it's connected in detail and more specific the RPi4 that seems to have more than one wireless connection active at the same time. How is that RPi4 set up? Is it that RPi4 that you measure speed from? I guess so based on your note on the sketch ("I connect to Pineapple wireless through Pi4"). Why are you connecting the RPi4 to both the main AP/router and the Pineapple at the same time? When it comes to the Pineapple, it seems that the RPi4 is connected to the open AP (a guess based on the discussion so far in the thread) and the Pineapple is connected to your main AP/router via the wlan2 interface of the Pineapple. Correct? How do you connect the RPi4 to both the main AP/router and the Pineapple? An extra WiFi adapter attached to the RPi4?

    What software/service are you using when measuring speed (screenshot in previous post)?

    It seems as if one of the wireless cameras are "routed" via the RPi4, but that might be the sketch playing tricks and that the wireless camera is actually connected to the AP/router.

  4. Hmmm, that is truly strange... Is the Turtle brand new out of the box or have you (or someone else other than you) done anything with it that puts it in a state that is different from an "out of the box" experience? Any modules downloaded before that is active? Is it on the latest firmware? Have you tried to reset it back to default settings using a factory reset?

  5. OK, so, I guess you are connecting using ssh on the "USB" side of the Turtle, i.e. ssh to and then trying to get access to the network? I'm using that setup right now as I'm writing this and I have no problems ssh'ing into the Turtle and then accessing "outside" resources, i.e. ping to the local network works, as well as IP based ping and on domain names. I guess you have some issues with your local network then. Have you tried an alternative Ethernet cable, alternative ports in the switch, etc.? If you plug in another device (PC or such) to the network using an Ethernet cable, does that device have the same problems as well?

  6. What address do you get from the network (you don't have to post it here, just make sure you get an expected IP address from the network you are connecting the Turtle to). Try to ping an IP address on the internet (for example, if that works, try to ping www.google.com, does that work as well?

    And... from where are you trying to connect? Is it from within the Turtle text based "GUI" when trying to download modules?

  7. First, ask in the correct section of the forum (i.e. the section for the LAN Turtle). Second, do you get any IP address for the Ethernet interface of the Turtle. Are you attaching the Turtle to any network using an Ethernet cable?

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  8. well, I wouldn't categorize myself as an expert in any way, I just have some basic knowledge... If I was in your situation, I would try to eliminate possible problem scenarios one by one, now you have stepped through the way coming in from the Pineapple and "out" from it and nothing is alarmingly bad there as I can see it. You should get ok speeds. What kind of internet connection do you have and what speed should it offer from the ISP? Mobile, xDSL, fiber...? Is the Pineapple connected to your network directly via an access point or are there any intermediate equipment between your Pineapple and the network/internet? If you could draw some simple diagram that show your network topology, it might be easier to see how you have set it all up. For example: Client device (PC) >> Open AP of Pineapple >> Pineapple wlan2 interface >> network AP >> network router/gw >> firewall >> internet... (AP, router/gw and firewall most likely the same unit if on a SOHO network)

  9. OK, so based on those screenshots you don't have any problems getting decent speeds from your PC to your Pineapple, in other words... the open AP isn't really slow (as I assume that's how you were connected to the Pineapple when taking those screenshots). If you want to use iperf3 you need to start it as you specified on the Pineapple, but you have to run the client from another device (PC) that is connected to the Pineapple's open AP and use: iperf3 -c

    What speeds does iwconfig show for wlan2 when you run iwconfig on the Pineapple itself?

    And, don't run the Pineapple (or any wireless device) without the intended antennas. It might fry your stuff into eternity...

  10. You have to describe your setup and environment more in detail to be able to help. In what way do you get those speed values? How do you measure? What client OS are you using when measuring the speed? Have you tried different clients or just the one that gives you slow speeds? Any conflicting wireless networks nearby on the same (or adjacent) channels? What client equipment do you use in hardware terms when it comes to WiFi NICs? Chipset? Manufacturer?

  11. And I'm not that sure the hostname will work out that very well as it's specified above, listenip shouldn't really be needed in a "standard" setup, now it just makes a mess of the actual hostname as it is in the string above as the actual parameter will be a part of the hostname/IP

  12. Don't you get the bash error when running that string? It should be pretty obvious. The command line is not correct, get rid of all the backslashes, they are not needed when running it as a single line

    wget https://c2.hak5.org/download/community -O c2.zip && unzip c2.zip && IP=$(curl -s https://checkip.amazonaws.com) && echo "Copy the below setup token to browser http://$IP:8080" && ./c2-*_amd64_linux -hostname $IP-listenip $IP


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