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  1. [TL;DR below] Hello, Firstly I would like to say that the Tetra is an amazing piece of equipment and love that it is still being updated. Yesterday I powered up my Tetra again and noticed all the new updates (has probably not been on for a year) and love that it is still very active. That being said, I would like to talk about active remote logging. My goal is to set up the Pineapple Tetra to listen to beacons/probe requests, send this information (preferable syslog 514) to a logcollector so that I can send the information to a Kibana or Grafana dashboard. I live near a pretty busy street, so i would like to see in graphs how many unique devices walk by my house. At the moment I've noticed that only reporting/logging over SMTP is enabled. Unfortunately services like syslogd/syslog-ng have not been integrated in the GUI nor enabled in the shell. I'm able to install one of them through the opkg installer, but before i start adding dependencies over SSH I wanted to check, where can I get the logs from? I enabled the PineAp, started the logging and after a few minutes started the reporting manually and also enabled log every hour. I started an SSH session and started to look for the logging. Firstly I found some sessions_xxx files but these did not contain the information I was looking for. Then I just tailed the files in the tmp folder and noticed it contained the information I was looking for: *Removed MAC intentionally* Unfortunately, this file is only updated with a minimum of once per hour. I've yet to find the file that the PineAp configuration is actively adding the logging information. I did find some files that i believe contained the information, but unfortunately this did not seem to be clear text files. You might be thinking, why use the Tetra for something like this, a Raspberry would suffice. The reason I want to use the Tetra is because i'm done (at the moment) playing with all it's features and I love the range of it. Since i'm not using it for anything else, I thought using it as a beacon/probe request listener would be better than gathering dust on the shelf. [TL;DR] 1. Is there a clear text file that the PineAp configuration logs to so you could basically tail -f the file to see new beacons/probe requests without using the one hourly reporting function. 2. Is it safe to install syslog-ng or syslogd over opkg without potentially bricking the Tetra? [3]. I do not believe there is, but if anybody has a complete setup working with logging to something like ELK stack/Grafana/Kibana, care to share?
  2. I'm trying to generate an email'd report of the AP & Client scan, however the report can't make it out via email. I'm seeing these errors in the System Log: Wed Mar 30 09:00:00 2016 cron.info crond[1008]: USER root pid 6834 cmd /pineapple/modules/Reporting/files/reporting Wed Mar 30 09:00:46 2016 mail.err sSMTP[6948]: Unable to locate mail Wed Mar 30 09:00:46 2016 mail.err sSMTP[6948]: Cannot open mail:25 Report configuration is set to: Generate Report every 1 hrs Send Report via Email Report Contents set to: PineAP Site Survey Duration of AP & Client scan: 30 seconds Email Configuration set to: From: pineapple@ivycomputer.com To: rene@ivycomputer.com SMTP Server: mail.ivycomputer.com SMTP Port: 25 Domain: ivycomputer.com Username: left blank Password: left blank TLS/StartTLS not checked Is there a mail module or something additional that needs to be installed?
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