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I have been unable to get my bashbunny to show up as a usb network interface for linux/mac.  i have set my ATTACKMODE ECM_ETHERNET.  other modes are working.  anyone else seen this?  ideas?

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closer inspection showing that it is showing up as RNDIS_ETHERNET when ECM is set as attack mode.  ideas?

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On my mac it shows up as RNDIS but does have an IP address. On Windows it is listed as ECM. Hopefully one of the Hak5 guys has a more useful answer for you.

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i think it may have been something on my machine. i have it working on another mac just fine.  my previous test unit was dual mac/debian and neither OS was auto negotiating an ip address with the bunny.  Tested great on windows so i got another box and it worked. imagine that. 

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on the other mac you used have you used a RNDIS device before?   Or have you installed HoRNDIS on your mac to accommodate another device you use or have used?

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i have used several different usb/thunderbolt network interfaces.  even a pi zero doing the same sort of thing as this.  while i was testing, i even spoofed the VID/PID of the devices i've used successfully in the past.  i'll keep experimenting.  if i figure out what went wrong i'll post it. 

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