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Hi forum.

I broke my ETH port while i was duing a firmwire upgrade.

The only way, as i read it, is that i can regain root over tetra is by using the UART usb plug and connect to the com interface

I have try to connect via com port on linux, it work fine, and i get a login promt:

 

$ sudo picocom -b 115200 /dev/ttyUSB0

Terminal ready

Pineapple login:

But i have no login made yet cus it broken during a firmwire upgrade,  so is their a default cred i can use here??

I think this is my last option to get my tetra back to life.

When i boot the tetra its solid blue.

If i put in a rj45 plug, tetra gets and ip, but sadly port 1471 is closed over LAN on the tetra

When tetra has booted i DONT get a wifi signal from it, its stays solid blue,even after i push and hold the reset button 10 sec to activate wireless setup.

 

Is their any otherway that i can access my tetra or should i say thanks to him and throw him out?

 

thx

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We found the solution..:)

To save this for further history i did it like this.

 

Booted into uboot by:

Holding reset for 10 sec after i plug in the dc addapter

10 sec later

Plug in the usb to the UART port and your pc

Then in linux i wrote this command:

sudo picocom -b 115200 /dev/ttyUSB0

Lands us whit the uboot terminal:

uboot>

Plug in the rj45 cable into the tetra and into your pc, not into you router

type "httpd"

uboot>httpd

Using eth0
eth0 link down
FAIL
Using eth1
eth1 link down
FAIL

.

.

.

-

Using eth1
enet1 port0 up
dup 1 speed 1000
MAC address: TOP SECRET
HTTP server is starting at IP: 192.168.1.1
HTTP server is ready!

BAM

Navigate to 192.168.1.1 in your browser

Choose to upload the WiFi Pineapple TETRA Recovery Firmware that you download from https://downloads.hak5.org/pineapple/tetra at the buttom of the page

When done flashing the tetra will auto reboot.

When its up you have the pineapple**** ssid that you can connect to via wlan, and now we have the pineapple webinterface up and running on http://172.16.42.1:1471/ as we used to..

 

good luck

 

 

 

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