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Peterock   

Thanks for the kick in the butt sud0nick. 

It is no longer a door stop as It is actually up and running. My Kali laptop had issues with running simultaneous PCI and USB ethernet connections. Once I sorted that out, the simple "C" connect using saved settings worked just fine. I noticed you have to restart the ./wp6.sh every time you disconnect and reconnect, but it is a quick step and it goes right back online. Play time! 

Now to figure out why my Windows 7 Laptop is not playing well with Nano. 

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kula66   
On 25 July 2016 at 8:56 PM, kula66 said:

Still doesn't work ... I've tried running wp6, but doesn't seem to help. LINUX networking is not really my thing, so I could be doing something really silly!

Solved: For anyone else trying to get a NANO working on Kali and getting stuck, try disabling ufw and see if it helps .. worked for me :)

ufw disable 

Thanks for you help all.

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On 8/6/2016 at 6:08 PM, Peterock said:

Thanks for the kick in the butt sud0nick. 

It is no longer a door stop as It is actually up and running. My Kali laptop had issues with running simultaneous PCI and USB ethernet connections. Once I sorted that out, the simple "C" connect using saved settings worked just fine. I noticed you have to restart the ./wp6.sh every time you disconnect and reconnect, but it is a quick step and it goes right back online. Play time! 

Now to figure out why my Windows 7 Laptop is not playing well with Nano. 

Can you please explain how you got the USB and pci ethernet to connect at the same time?

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hexpunk   

I was running into the same issue with Windows.
1. I went into device manager,
2. found the ASIX AX88772A device and right clicked on it
3. Click uninstall 
4. Once uninstalled, go to Action > Scan for hardware changes 
5. The device should come back up
 

After the above go ahead and configure your connection sharing per the Hak5 instructions. No need to add anything additional (i.e no gateway address). This worked for me at least.

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On 8/14/2016 at 11:52 AM, razor2816 said:

Can you please explain how you got the USB and pci ethernet to connect at the same time?

I fixed USB & PCI both being on issue.  I think I was just being stupid.  Ignore the GUI Ethernet buttons and in the terminal ifconfig eth0 & eth1 up and then run the pineapple script and hit c.  Everything is up and running, well until I ran into another problem, but internet is shared now.

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tora   
On 6/10/2016 at 8:19 AM, ZaraByte said:

Every time you start up Kali Linux 2016.1 if it's a live boot you need to run a Guided Setup every time, and if you have Kali Linux 2016.1 installed on a physical drive then you'd wanna run the Connect using saved settings however if you connect to a new source of internet your gonna wanna rerun a Guided Setup.

One thing I'm not 100% sure on but normally what I do is do a Guided Setup after I finish the Guided Setup i'll run the Connect using saved settings option and then for some reason it will load 172.16.42.1:1471 otherwise it never will show the http://172.16.42.1:1471 after I do a Guided Setup.

This worked perfectly for me, thanks Zara!!

One thing I did notice, was that my laptop running Kali 2.0 also lost network connectivity. In checking, the routes the laptop was seeing, it was showing a default route using the pineapple IP. The default route to the Internet was also shown.

Used route -n to check the listed routes. Then, used route del default gw 172.16.42.1 and then my laptop was able to access the Internet.

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anon   

on windows 10 whenever i share the connection through my wifi to the pineapple it always forces me to change the ip and when i click yes to share it, it doesnt let me connect to the site then when i change it to  172.16.42.42 it connects to the site but there is no internet connection can someone please respond asap thanks

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Peterock   

I have played with this NANO for many days and wasted my time trying to get this thing working on three different laptops with Windows 7, Kali 2.0 and Xp (even). I am officially frustrated and I will now use this as a bullet catcher at the range. It will not even function well as a door stop. I will try again with the TETRA to see if I can get some satisfaction. I am not as much angry with the wasted purchase, but the wasted time. 

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Foxtrot   
1 hour ago, Peterock said:

I have played with this NANO for many days and wasted my time trying to get this thing working on three different laptops with Windows 7, Kali 2.0 and Xp (even). I am officially frustrated and I will now use this as a bullet catcher at the range. It will not even function well as a door stop. I will try again with the TETRA to see if I can get some satisfaction. I am not as much angry with the wasted purchase, but the wasted time. 

 

On 06/08/2016 at 11:08 PM, Peterock said:

...

It is no longer a door stop as It is actually up and running.

...

????

Quickly looking through this thread, all I can see is that you have complained about it not working, then it working, and then it not working again. You don't provide any information other than "it doesnt work on windows". What happened to make it stop working on Kali?

Nobody on this forum is magical, they cannot help you if you do not provide information. Try doing this instead of threatening to shoot a device you payed $160 dollars for.

PS: While I would not recommend doing this as it may damage your WiFi Pineapple NANO, and while the device is much more functional than a doorstop, it does work quite well. Perhaps this is an easteregg:

pvw6TPA.jpg

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Peterock   
1 hour ago, Foxtrot said:

 

????

Quickly looking through this thread, all I can see is that you have complained about it not working, then it working, and then it not working again. You don't provide any information other than "it doesnt work on windows". What happened to make it stop working on Kali?

Nobody on this forum is magical, they cannot help you if you do not provide information. Try doing this instead of threatening to shoot a device you payed $160 dollars for.

PS: While I would not recommend doing this as it may damage your WiFi Pineapple NANO, and while the device is much more functional than a doorstop, it does work quite well. Perhaps this is an easteregg:

pvw6TPA.jpg

I love it! LOL 

I thought I had it working on KALI, but after trying to download the modules and the connection failing again, I put it away for another time. I took it out several times since then and today I reached critical mass frustratingly speaking. I Like the picture and I think a short video of the NANO taking hits on a range would be funny. I'm sure many people have succeeded in implementing this great tool and I love HAK5's videos and tutorials, but I have no more patience for the NANO. Maybe the TETRA will play better with the internet on my machines. I'm sure it is my technical shortcomings that inhibit implementation. 

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Foxtrot   
5 minutes ago, Peterock said:

I love it! LOL 

I thought I had it working on KALI, but after trying to download the modules and the connection failing again, I put it away for another time. I took it out several times since then and today I reached critical mass frustratingly speaking. I Like the picture and I think a short video of the NANO taking hits on a range would be funny. I'm sure many people have succeeded in implementing this great tool and I love HAK5's videos and tutorials, but I have no more patience for the NANO. Maybe the TETRA will play better with the internet on my machines. I'm sure it is my technical shortcomings that inhibit implementation. 

Again, nobody can help you if you're not willing to share information about what you're doing. You seem to be ignorant to people offering help.

 

Good luck

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Peterock   

You are correct Foxtrot. I havent asked for help. I've read all the other posts and having the same issues of connection sharing (or the lack therof), and no answer that has worked for me, I assumed there isnt currently any fix for it. If you are offering help, I can provide specifics... 

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Peterock   

Since the TETRA has an ethernet connection, would it circumvent the shared internet connection issues of the NANO?

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Peterock   

So, after complaining and threatening... and reading you post there is help on this Forum, I pulled out the NANO once again and instead of using the Y cable - I plugged it directly into my USB port on my windows 7 machine. Then I shared the ethernet connection once again with the NANO. Now it works and connects to download the modules (for the first time). I dont know why it is working now, but it is. I will continue to load modules I would like to use and then try to use it stand-alone to see if it works as a man-in-the-middle access point. 

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Foxtrot   
35 minutes ago, Peterock said:

So, after complaining and threatening... and reading you post there is help on this Forum, I pulled out the NANO once again and instead of using the Y cable - I plugged it directly into my USB port on my windows 7 machine. Then I shared the ethernet connection once again with the NANO. Now it works and connects to download the modules (for the first time). I dont know why it is working now, but it is. I will continue to load modules I would like to use and then try to use it stand-alone to see if it works as a man-in-the-middle access point. 

When you use the Y Cable, you are using both USB plugs, right?

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Peterock   

I tried both plugs and it didnt work. I also saw somewhere that you could use the larger plug alone and that didnt work either. For some reason, plugging in directly worked on the Windows machine. I tried plugging in directly to the KALI box but no luck. I am using the NANO right now successfully with the DWall module (plugged in directly). 

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Foxtrot   
1 minute ago, Peterock said:

I tried both plugs and it didnt work. I also saw somewhere that you could use the larger plug alone and that didnt work either. For some reason, plugging in directly worked on the Windows machine. I tried plugging in directly to the KALI box but no luck. I am using the NANO right now successfully with the DWall module (plugged in directly). 

Perhaps the cable is faulty... Glad you at least have it working now.

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Jsync   

Hello anyone out there I just recently bought the Hak5 essentials get and couldn't wait to use it, when using the pineapple I ran into a major problem. I'm new to the Pineapple and have only owned it for a day and a half now and only used it twice. On the first night everything was working but I was struggling to get PineAP working, have connected clients (also how do I get connected clients) and getting any modules to work. But now I cant even get my Nano to connect to the internet these are my settings for windows 10 and load bulletins or download modules, also I can browse the different pages but nothing works without internet access. Finally I'd prefer to use windows as it just easier than having to use kali (kali on vmware)

https://gyazo.com/5e1fcf750764cbe51055750afb231cb6

https://gyazo.com/466bd366614e0d85494c377fb74ef5fb

https://gyazo.com/9dbd2a5105b5e1b6c3caf6f0f5540cc8

Please help as I have read the hak5 forums and cant seem to fix my problem I am probably forgetting something obvious but cant see it. I was really excited to get my hand on a pineapple but now I'm just sad that i cant get it to work.

Thanks in advance. 

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AtTa-MaN   

Evening Gents,

So I was excited like the vast majority to unpack this new piece of kit, however i'm finding it frustrating now that i'm having problems getting it to connect to the internet. I've tried on both Windows and Kali; on Kali wps6 seems to be down so I can't connect to complete that setup. via Windos 8 i follow the given procedures but still have issues. Any help? anything i'm doing wrong?

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D.G.S.T   

So weird issue, I have sharing enables and I can ssh into my nano and ping external sites, but I can't get the dashboard to connect to the internet and download modules or get bulletins.  I've read a lot of the forums and what not but can't seem to figure out the issue.

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