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I've just received my Pineapple Mark IV which is running the latest firmware. I can connect via LAN to the pineapple, and also via wifi using the default IP address of 172.16.42.1.

However, if I connect the Pineapple to my laptop via LAN and then connect to my Wifi network I can no longer access the Pineapple.

If I run traceroute for 172.16.42.1, I can see that the IP address is terminating somewhere outside of my local network (it enters my ISPs network and continues).

If I connect only to the Pineapple via either LAN or Wifi and rerun traceroute, it correctly terminates at the Pineapple.

Should I change the IP address of the Pineapple? If so, how? If not, does anyone have any idea how I can resolve this? I want to share my wifi with the Pineapples clients.

I've ensured the network orders etc are correct on my laptop (Mac).

Thanks,

Danny

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I've just received my Pineapple Mark IV which is running the latest firmware. I can connect via LAN to the pineapple, and also via wifi using the default IP address of 172.16.42.1.

However, if I connect the Pineapple to my laptop via LAN and then connect to my Wifi network I can no longer access the Pineapple.

If I run traceroute for 172.16.42.1, I can see that the IP address is terminating somewhere outside of my local network (it enters my ISPs network and continues).

If I connect only to the Pineapple via either LAN or Wifi and rerun traceroute, it correctly terminates at the Pineapple.

Should I change the IP address of the Pineapple? If so, how? If not, does anyone have any idea how I can resolve this? I want to share my wifi with the Pineapples clients.

I've ensured the network orders etc are correct on my laptop (Mac).

Thanks,

Danny

Using a mac is probably the issue...

-Foxtrot

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