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  1. Yes, I can upload to my Cloud C2 instance manually using C2EXFIL from my device. upload_test.txt
  2. No I am not. I am confused and surprised. Today after weeks of not being able to connect to the LAN Turtle from my C2 instance, I am able to click on "Start SSH Connection" and connect back to the LAN Turtle. I am not able to scp files from the LAN Turtle to the server running C2. I remained confused at this point. ssh_attemp.log
  3. The Cloud C2 is 3.1.2; Packet Squirrel is FW 3.2; LAN Turtle Shell is v6.2 C2 Audit Log 2021-04-29 15:21:15 my_name@my_public_IP:random_port GET /api/sites/1/devices/2 2021-04-29 15:21:12 my_name@my_public_IP:random_port GET /api/sites/1/devices/2/ssh/status 2021-04-29 15:21:12 my_name@my_public_IP:random_port GET /api/sites/1/devices/2 2021-04-29 15:21:11 my_name@my_public_IP:random_port GET /api/sites/1/stats/devices/2 2021-04-29 15:21:11 my_name@my_public_IP:random_port GET /api/sites/1/devices/2/status C2 Server Log 2021-04-29 15:06:13 User my_name has logged in from my_public_IP:random_port 2021-04-29 15:04:31 Device 'LAN Turtle' has started up 2021-04-29 15:03:43 Device 'Packet Squirrel' has started up The required ports are open on the C2 server Scanning my_public_C2_site (my_public_IP4) [1000 ports] Discovered open port 22/tcp on my_public_IP Discovered open port 443/tcp on my_public_IP Discovered open port 80/tcp on my_public_IP Discovered open port 2022/tcp on my_public_IP The Terminal session to the devices has a spinning blue icon and never connects to the devices. I could really use some help in troubleshooting this issue.
  4. Did you get Terminal to work with your devices. I am having the same issue with C2 (v3.1.2).
  5. Yes, I am having that issue. Did you find a solution?
  6. Disregard request to continue discussion on SSH issue. I will use post "VPN service to C2 works OK until opening SSH terminal to Hak5 device" to continue trouble shooting the issue with Terminal not connecting to devices listed in my C2 instance.
  7. I am not able to SSH to any device I have in my C2 instance. Any suggestion on troubleshooting would be appreciated.
  8. I changed the NETMODE to BRIDGE and can see the device in C2. I have another issue with C2 not able to open a Terminal session back to the Packet Squirrel from C2. Do I need to open a new request or can I continue requesting assistance via this post?
  9. The TCPDump payload is the default payload.sh that comes with the Packet Squirrel. The NETMODE setting is set to TRANSPARENT. I will review the links you sent.
  10. I am running Expressvpn client to the Internet. I am able to connect to my Cloud CE instance now. I apologize for the late response.
  11. The version of Cloud C2 is 3.1.2; Packet Squirrel is FW 3.2. When the Packet Squirrel is in Arming mode it is listed with the Uptime incrementing. When the Packet Squirrel is in Switch1 position the Uptime say Last Seen. The USB storage on the Packet Squirrel collects data from TCPDump OK when in postion 1. Any ideas on why, when the Packet Squirrel is in Switch1 position that the Cloud C2 Does not show it as Running? ~hbackus
  12. I run a VPN service to connect to the Internet. I can open my C2 instance OK and see my devices and stats OK. When I select a device, terminal, and try to open a SSH connection to the device I get the spinning circle icon and never get the SSH session established. Any suggestion on how to keep my VPN session and be able to open a SSH session from withing my C2 instance would be appreciated.
  13. Yes, they are the same config file. I guess I misunderstood the tutorial on using the device.config file. Thanks
  14. I have two LAN Turtles. Both are listed in the Cloud C2 device list. I can have them both active in different subnets but stats only show for one device (the first device that was added to the list). If I used the same subnet and only power one on at a time the stats always show for the first device I added to the device list. Regardless of which one is active the MAC address is always showing the first device I added regardless of which one is active. Basically either LAN Turtle only displays stats as the first device added to the Cloud C2. The second LAN Turtle in the device list never shows up in the list as active (Uptime = Last Seen: never). Is this a limitation of the Community version of Cloud C2 or is this a bug? Thanks
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