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Error - Wifi Pineapple Nano / Internet Sharing

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I recently got my Nano and ran the set up just like in the setup instructions for Linux but unfortunately, I am met with an issue where it will connect long enough for the bulletins to connect but then it will display the connection error "Error Connecting to WifiPineapple.com". I am running Ubuntu Advark

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@Carrot Try using terminal and entering "nm-connection-editor" select your pineapple network then navigate to ipv4 tab then select "shared to other computers" from the method drop down menu.

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Edited by Just_a_User

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6 hours ago, Just_a_User said:

@Carrot Try using terminal and entering "nm-connection-editor" select your pineapple network then navigate to ipv4 tab then select "shared to other computers" from the method drop down menu.

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Fixed it, thanks so much.

 

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11 hours ago, Just_a_User said:

@Carrot Try using terminal and entering "nm-connection-editor" select your pineapple network then navigate to ipv4 tab then select "shared to other computers" from the method drop down menu.

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I rebooted my device and now the issue has recurred.

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3 hours ago, Carrot said:

I rebooted my device and now the issue has recurred.

Did you reuse the wp6.sh script? Im also using Ubuntu 17 and dont use the script anymore. I find Ubuntu 17 does a great job of remembering interface settings based on its mac address.

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1 minute ago, Just_a_User said:

Did you reuse the wp6.sh script? Im also using Ubuntu and dont use the script anymore. I find Ubuntu does a great job of remembering interface settings based on its mac address.

I did reissue the script when the issue happened.

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1 minute ago, Carrot said:

I did reissue the script when the issue happened.

OK then try editing the nm-connection-editor again as before then when ready try a reboot or unplug/replug and see if ubuntu remembers it this time without the script.

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FIxed it and it survived many reboots.

The fix was using the connection manager and not the script as outlined. See the post by Just_A_User for more info.

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