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  1. Hi everyone, first post here. I'm considering buying the nano for a security project at university. I never used a Pineapple but from what I saw online I'd really like to put my hands on it, also for other experiments aside from the university projects. What I need (pretty simple): - I need to log the mac addresses of the clients connected. I'm sure that the Nano can show the clients connected in real time, but is there a way to store hundreds, thousands of MAC addresses in a log? In other words: is it possible to log the mac address of every client connecting to the nano? Second question: Is the Nano fine? Or should I get a Tetra? I'm planning on collecting a very large number of MAC addresses (I will be in a very crowded place). I need my WiFi radius to be at least 100/150 meters, without obstacles. Thank You all in advance, looking forward to be part of the community
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