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Sharing remote network connection in order to run Metasploit


GarrettVD
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Hoping someone can help me out with this. My ideal setup with the Pineapple MK5 would look like this:

[ Target AP ] <----> [ Pineapple ] <-- connected via a VPN, SSH relay, etc... --> [ Remote machine running Kali + Metasploit ]

Basically what I'd like to do is access the target AP (a WPA2-secured network of which I have the psk) with the Pineapple on wlan1 in Client mode, and route the network connection back to my remote machine running Kali Linux + metasploit, be it through a reverse SSH connection, VPN connection, etc, in order to access network devices on the Target AP.

I currently am able to reverse-SSH via a relay server I set up on Amazon EC2, but I am unsure of how to share the network connection of the target AP to my machine running Kali... Any ideas?

What is the most practical way to connect to the Target AP and share that network?

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