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Is there any documentation relate dot the Tetra that shows ports, connection configurations (like using the Y splitter), information on the USB power (so you know when to use the AC adapter), etc.?

Also, are there any current decent how-tos?  I found one on MITM, but all it talks about SSL is using SSLsplit.

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1 hour ago, KoreanGuy said:

Is there any documentation relate dot the Tetra that shows ports, connection configurations (like using the Y splitter), information on the USB power (so you know when to use the AC adapter), etc.?

Here is the current documentation https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/categories/360000979333-WiFi-Pineapple

the older wiki is here and maybe has some additional bits of info https://wiki.wifipineapple.com/#!hardware.md

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On 5/6/2019 at 1:58 PM, Just_a_User said:

Here is the current documentation https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/categories/360000979333-WiFi-Pineapple

the older wiki is here and maybe has some additional bits of info https://wiki.wifipineapple.com/#!hardware.md

Yeah, I've read all that documentation as a link to that is provided in the card that comes with the Tetra.  Much of it appears it hasn't been updated in some time just like the the sites returned from a Google search.  Also, it doesn't go over the Tetra ports, etc. as requested.

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On 5/6/2019 at 5:36 PM, KoreanGuy said:

Is there any documentation relate dot the Tetra that shows ports, connection configurations (like using the Y splitter), information on the USB power (so you know when to use the AC adapter), etc.?

Not that I recall.

But part of having so many options means it allows for many scenarios. So its more like what do you want to do? Then let that dictate the hookup configuration. 

Power is a separate issue, In general as much power should be made available to the Tetra as possible at all times. Better to provide more than is needed than not enough. SO Use 12V2A supply most of the time, if not possible, then both Y leads, if not possible, one Y lead and hope it works under full load.

The wattage ratings are well documented so you can be more precise as long as you know the outputs of your USB ports. It's common for battery and some laptop vendors to over sell the capabilities of USB ports output so if you have devices to measure outputs it can help

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