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blueteq   

Hi, over the weekend I resurrected an old Mark V Pineapple which had some bad firmware...  in anticipation of the Tetra which is on its way. 

We doing a project for a client where they want to count the number of people in a shopping area by counting the number of devices in range of an AP looking to connect to some SSID. We just need a list of client addresses trying to connect with time and date. The client in an effort to save cost will build reports on the data. 

One of the Tetra features is, Device tracking and alerting so hoping that will do it out of the box. 

We looked at commercial solutions like Euclid but as mentioned ... they don't have a crazy budget. 

Any other ideas would be great. 

Thanks

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Sebkinne   
29 minutes ago, blueteq said:

Hi, over the weekend I resurrected an old Mark V Pineapple which had some bad firmware...  in anticipation of the Tetra which is on its way. 

We doing a project for a client where they want to count the number of people in a shopping area by counting the number of devices in range of an AP looking to connect to some SSID. We just need a list of client addresses trying to connect with time and date. The client in an effort to save cost will build reports on the data. 

One of the Tetra features is, Device tracking and alerting so hoping that will do it out of the box. 

We looked at commercial solutions like Euclid but as mentioned ... they don't have a crazy budget. 

Any other ideas would be great. 

Thanks

It would be smarter to just enable "Log Probes" in the PineAP module, and then download and parse the PineAP log.

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blueteq   

Awesome thanks so much Sebkinne, will take a look. Sounds easier than the other option. 

 

And Tetra arrived today!! I am pineappled out! 

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