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  1. Hey Guys and Gals, This is my first post on here, as I just recently received my first WiFi Pineapple. I was going through the free book, and I eventually got to the actual setup of the NANO. When trying to use WiFi Client Mode, I was unable to see my Meraki AP's SSID in the list when using wlan1. In fact, there were only three SSIDs that appeared in the list. A second scan provided four, but there was still no SSID provided by my Meraki AP showing up in the list. My laptop can see 13 different SSIDs, so something is amiss here. I decided to try the included WiFi adapter (I bought the NANO Tactical Elite), and I only got two SSIDs to appear. Neither was my Meraki AP's SSID, and one of those was the NANO's management SSID; so really the scan only produced one usable SSID. I ended up connecting the NANO to my laptop and used ICS instead, and when performing a recon I was able to see the majority of the SSIDs that my laptop could (including Hidden SSIDs). Of course, this makes sense since I am using ICS, but I was still unable to see my Meraki AP's SSID even though that is the SSID I am using ICS with. I even checked the MACs listed against that AP's MAC, and it did not appear in the list. I logged into the Meraki dashboard, and I decided to see what channel it was using. It was using 11, and so was the NANO. Looking at the RF spectrum analysis in the Meraki dashboard, I was able to determine that Channel 2 had 0% usage, so I decided to change the NANO's channel to 2. I tried scanning again with WiFi Client Mode using both wlan1 and wlan2, but neither would show the Meraki AP's SSID. This time, though, wlan2 showed only the NANO's management SSID. Nothing else. wlan1 showed 4 other SSIDs, but still not what I am looking for. Additionally, I am on the latest revision of firmware: 1.1.2. I double checked that the firmware was successfully upgraded by checking it in the GUI. For kicks and giggles, I also checked for upgrades, and it also stated it was on the latest. Here are the issues I need clarity on/resolved: 1) Why can my laptop's WiFi adapter see sooo many more SSIDs than the NANO? And yes, I am using the upgraded antennas in the Tactical Elite kit. 2) Why can I not see my Meraki AP's SSID, even when I am standing right next to it? 3) Why does recon mode, through ICS, still not show me the Meraki AP's SSID even when that is the SSID being used for ICS? 4) Why does the RaLink RT5370 produce no additional APs in the list besides the NANO's management SSID? I was greatly looking forward to using this tool, but so far it has been a pretty huge letdown with it essentially just being a paperweight. Hopefully you all can provide me with some knowledge to rectify these issues, as I need my faith renewed in the WiFi Pineapple! Thanks! Corey
  2. Hi everyone! It's my first time on the forms here so somebody please correct me if I'm doing everything wrong. I have an Asus EEE PC, and I just installed Backtrack 5 R2 on it the other day, and I seem to have a problem with my Wi-Fi. I am able to connect to Wi-Fi access points, however whenever I try to browse the Internet or do a simple Sudo apt-get, it's like it's not even connected to the Internet. It just shows no Data Packet sent or received at all but at the same time I'm able to get an IP address and everything through ifconfig. The weird thing is, if I connect hard-line, it works just fine. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Apologies for the lack of code or any misspellings, I'm using the dictation feature on my iPad to post this question. Thanks in advance!
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