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Lo_Spettro
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Hi,

I'm having trouble getting WPS to produce any scan results regardless of the interface or monitor mode I use. I'm familiar with kali-linux and so I'm not too much of a noob I don't think but I cannot for the life of me to get this module (with its dependencies installed on a microsd card as well as the WPS module itself) to produce any results.

Even when I manually enter the BSSID and ESSID and channel and other fields the module doesn't run. I'm upgraded to the latest firmware.

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There have been issues with the latest firmware waiting for community modules to be updated so they are compatible with OpenWRT 19.x in firmware 2.6.x

WPS when tested was not working on firmware 2.6.1 (latest firmware) so if you need the module to work do a firmware recovery (takes you to 2.4.1) and try the module.  Several users have reported most modules working that way.

Thread on tested modules in firmware 2.6.1

 

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13 hours ago, Cap_Sig said:

There have been issues with the latest firmware waiting for community modules to be updated so they are compatible with OpenWRT 19.x in firmware 2.6.x

WPS when tested was not working on firmware 2.6.1 (latest firmware) so if you need the module to work do a firmware recovery (takes you to 2.4.1) and try the module.  Several users have reported most modules working that way.

Thread on tested modules in firmware 2.6.1

 

Cap_Sig , thank you for your help. 2.4.1 is many releases back, but I've downloaded it. I'm just wondering if I first need to restore the nano to factory settings before downgrading the firmware or if I can just flash the firmware as is. I've done this before but it's been a while and I didn't go as far down as 2.4.1. I did it successfully, I just can't remember the steps I did to do it. I'm using this resource at the moment:  https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/articles/360010471774-Firmware-Recovery

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10 hours ago, Lo_Spettro said:

Cap_Sig , thank you for your help. 2.4.1 is many releases back, but I've downloaded it. I'm just wondering if I first need to restore the nano to factory settings before downgrading the firmware or if I can just flash the firmware as is. I've done this before but it's been a while and I didn't go as far down as 2.4.1. I did it successfully, I just can't remember the steps I did to do it. I'm using this resource at the moment:  https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/articles/360010471774-Firmware-Recovery

Just follow the steps in the link.  You just flash the firmware recovery bin.  It doesn't matter what your current firmware version is and no factory reset is required prior to doing so. 

Make SURE to use the firmware recovery bin from the download page and not a upgrade bin.

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19 hours ago, Cap_Sig said:

Just follow the steps in the link.  You just flash the firmware recovery bin.  It doesn't matter what your current firmware version is and no factory reset is required prior to doing so. 

Make SURE to use the firmware recovery bin from the download page and not a upgrade bin.

Thank you!!

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3 hours ago, Lo_Spettro said:

In any case, the scan will produce results now but the WPS module will still not run. Oh well

Thanks for info.  In the thread on module statuses that was recently reported as well by another user.  This confirms it as well.  Seems there is an issue with reaver and bully.

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