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Confused about the MKVII.  It appears that there is no included 5GHz radio and that the separate MK7AC MODULE is required.  How does this work?  How does the MK7AC MODULE attach to the pineapple?

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MK7AC MODULE is still on dev stage. ( considering the release video )
it seems the MKVII has headers ( same goes for the Kismet LED board )

the facts are, no 5G on board and 5G module is comming 🙂
 

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So...are we thinking that this module will connect inside the MKVII?  Really can't see having an external 'box' that attaches via some kind of cable to the MKVII.  That would be horribly inconvenient to handle.

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It extends the back of the case with a flush mounting. I'll post the industrial design renderings once we finalize, before it goes into injection molding. In the meantime, if you have an adapter there's 5 GHz support out of the box for compatible chipsets. See https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/articles/360054071133-Compatible-802-11ac-adapters

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Can anyone confirm Alfa AWUS036ACM works with the Mark VII?  

I know its listed as compatible, but a few people, on amazon, are complaining about non-existent Linux drivers.  

In the past I've have great luck with Alfa's but this is the first one I'm seeing that doesn't explicitly call out Linux, only MAC and Windows....

https://store.rokland.com/products/alfa-awus036acm-802-11ac-dual-band-2-4-5-ghz-wifi-usb-adapter

 

Take care!

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I think that if Hak5 has the Alfa adapter listed as compatible, it will work. I guess the reason why many are complaining about lack of Linux support is that those comments are "historical" (i.e. rather old) since the MT7612U chipset (that the AWUS036ACM is built around) is supported in newer kernels. I have a couple of Aukey WF-R13 (with the MT7612UN chipset) and they work "out of the box" in Ubuntu and fresh releases of Kali Linux along with for example airodump-ng in monitor mode. Even MediaTek themselves lists Linux as a working operating system on the MT7612U chipset info page:

https://www.mediatek.com/products/broadbandwifi/mt7612u

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11 minutes ago, chrizree said:

I think that if Hak5 has the Alfa adapter listed as compatible, it will work. I guess the reason why many are complaining about lack of Linux support is that those comments are "historical" (i.e. rather old) since the MT7612U chipset (that the AWUS036ACM is built around) is supported in newer kernels. I have a couple of Aukey WF-R13 (with the MT7612UN chipset) and they work "out of the box" in Ubuntu and fresh releases of Kali Linux along with for example airodump-ng in monitor mode. Even MediaTek themselves lists Linux as a working operating system on the MT7612U chipset info page:

https://www.mediatek.com/products/broadbandwifi/mt7612u

Thanks for the knowledge and link!!

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4 hours ago, jholbrookftl said:

are there any instructions on how to get the exterior wireless adapters to work? i plug in my alfa adapter and it does not even power on.

Mine won't light, but it finally showed up under lsusb and ifconfig once I made sure the Mk VII had 2A  and used a USB splitter to supplement power to the AWUS036ACM. The splitter might not be necessary for the Alfa, but I'll have to go back and test it later tonight. 

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8 minutes ago, DaddyMACaddress said:

Mine won't light, but it finally showed up under lsusb and ifconfig once I made sure the Mk VII had 2A  and used a USB splitter to supplement power to the AWUS036ACM. The splitter might not be necessary for the Alfa, but I'll have to go back and test it later tonight. 

thanks, i'll give this a shot tomorrow, i was fairly certain i had the full 2A but will confirm tomorrow.

 

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On 9/14/2020 at 11:19 AM, mako7c4 said:

Can anyone confirm Alfa AWUS036ACM works with the Mark VII?  

I know its listed as compatible, but a few people, on amazon, are complaining about non-existent Linux drivers.  

In the past I've have great luck with Alfa's but this is the first one I'm seeing that doesn't explicitly call out Linux, only MAC and Windows....

https://store.rokland.com/products/alfa-awus036acm-802-11ac-dual-band-2-4-5-ghz-wifi-usb-adapter

 

Take care!

I tested it with kali and works great, better than AWUS036ACH which doesnt work with kali at all. and it seemed like doing something in pineapple except there is no way to choose it for different tasks. so unless they add the feature which you can choose any radio for any task I guess you wont get any benefit

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A bit off topic, but regarding ALFA adaptes and Kali Linux, I have the AWUS036AC (Realtek RTL8812AU, same chipset as the AWUS036ACH), the AWUS036ACS (Realtek RTL8811AU) and the AWUS1900 (Realtek RTL8814AU) and they all work in Kali Linux using realtek-rtl88xxau-dkms

Check to really see that the adapter is working or not with a fully updated version of the latest release of Kali and installed adapter support as per below

Install support for the adapter
apt install realtek-rtl88xxau-dkms

Attach the adapter to the PC

Run lsusb and iwconfig to see that the adapter is identified properly in the system

Assuming the adapter is identified as wlan1...

Disable the interface
ip link set wlan1 down

Set the interface in montitor mode
iwconfig wlan1 mode monitor

Enable the interface again
ip link set wlan1 up

Try listening in the air with the adapter/interface to verify that it is working
airodump-ng wlan1 --band ag -M -U --wps --beacons -w capfile01

 

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On 9/11/2020 at 11:09 AM, Darren Kitchen said:

It extends the back of the case with a flush mounting. I'll post the industrial design renderings once we finalize, before it goes into injection molding. In the meantime, if you have an adapter there's 5 GHz support out of the box for compatible chipsets. See https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/articles/360054071133-Compatible-802-11ac-adapters

Darren, will this work with the Kismet Case? I would like to know if it does or doesn't, before I gut my Pineapple Wifi MKVII and toss the old case.

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On 9/11/2020 at 11:09 AM, Darren Kitchen said:

It extends the back of the case with a flush mounting. I'll post the industrial design renderings once we finalize, before it goes into injection molding. In the meantime, if you have an adapter there's 5 GHz support out of the box for compatible chipsets. See https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/articles/360054071133-Compatible-802-11ac-adapters

Hey @Darren Kitchen has the MKVII module made it out of design yet?

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