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I currently use a NUC with kali on it as a tool to perform remote internal network testing. It is configured so that it acts as a client that connects to an OpenVPN (not the AS) server and allows for traffic to be routed through it to the inside network and back again. I'd like to just use LANTurtles as they are smaller, less expensive and supports a resource to the hacker community that has been invaluable for like 15 years. The issue is that we have an OpenVPN server using a tap interface instead of a tun interface. When I look at the iptables rules I can see that a tun0 rule has been placed. I have little to no experience with fw3 and how it functions. I cannot see where the tun rule is being configured (its not in the firewall file) so that I can imitate it. Inserting a new rule with the same syntax does not appear to resolve the issue. 1. Are the firewall rules, currently in place, just default rules for fw3, or have they been preconfigured specifically to facilitate the use of the available modules? If I wipe them and build my own am I likely to break a module capability? 2. Can someone point me to a detailed resource (my google foo has failed me, all I find are intros to this or that and they are surface notes at best) about fw3 or iptables as it is implemented here.
Hi everyone! I am a new Pineapple Mark IV user and so far enjoying the ride! :) I have a question about a strange problem I am having with my Pineapple, in a nutshell, I can connect to the Pineapple management portal, I have configured a tablet to connect to the pineapple wifi and it can access the internet. But on the Pineapple management portal if I click on upgrade or public_internet, I get a connection error... as if my laptop was not properly doing the ICS. Now for the details. I am using a Macbook pro (latest OS X), I have upgraded the Pineapple to version 2.7.5. I tried to connect the pineapple natively from my Mac, but had problems with ICS. I could connect to the management portal but the Internet connection could not be shared, no matter how much I tried using the help I found online (manual network setup, moving the network interface priorities, Internet Sharing option, etc). I stopped trying when I read there was a problem on Mac OS X ICS and that I should change my Pineapple IP address to something like 192.168.x.x. I am waiting to receive my Serial TTL cable before trying to change the IP! :) But... I could successfully configure it with running Backtrack 5 R3 on my Mac. Disabling the Ethernet connection natively on the mac, In VMware adding the Ethernet connection as a "Bridge" and the Wifi Internet connection as a "Bridge" too. Then running /etc/init.d/networking restart and wp4.sh everything worked fine. I was happy! :) I tried the tcpdump infusion and it worked, same for URLsnarf, dns spoofing... Karma... not so much, I get a very mixed result! (but I admit I am still a bit confused with the black/white list). anyway... that was last night! This morning... I am trying on another network (one I am allowed to try on). I could connect to the Pineapple management console but the internet connection on BT didn't worked at first! Meaning I could not get Backtrack to get an IP address for the Internet (through a WEP internet connection...yup...) I had to change from a Bridge to a NAT, this time it worked. BT had an internet connection. This is where it is odd... I cannot access the internet from the pineapple console! I tried resetting (many times) my pineapple, mac, vm, etc... still no luck... then I just tried to connect my test android tablet on the pineapple wifi just in case... and I can see I have internet access! So the question is: How come I seem to be sharing my internet connection through the Pineapple, but the pinapple cannot access the internet from the console (public_internet and pineapple bar)? what other troubleshooting can I do? I will try again tonight at home, but I need for it to work where I have been asked to test it. Thanks! Bugsland.