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  1. I run Kali Linux on my laptop and I'm pretty new to all this, trying to learn. I am having some issues connecting my WiFi PineApple Nano to the internet. I have gone through the the guided connect 20 plus times trying different things and I've tried to tinker with the manual setup as well. I read some other threads as well with what sounds like similar issues and I think it has something to do with a default gateway issue. I have searched and searched for some tips on fixing this and havnt seen anything helpful. I'm asking for a nudge in the right direction on how to fix this and if I figure t
  2. Newbie here... I'm so anxious to get something working - i even paid to have the nano overnighted, yet's it's been a week already since having to learn. Anyway I've added my android mac address to 'allowed clients' and company's AP to allowed ssid. It looks like when i deauth my phone's wifi connection does get interrupted a bit, however it does not connect to the pineapple. Is this because there's a password? does this only connect clients who are automatically probing for open networks? If so- - what are people doing these days as open networks are pretty much a thing of past for any
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