Murderfalcon Posted March 3, 2021 Share Posted March 3, 2021 Unboxing and setup just great and as expected from write-ups and videos ICS from Linux did now work with the w7.sh script, specifically Ubuntu 20.04.2 LTS. I kept getting a "too many links error" It looks like ufw was the cause, so I reset that and disabled it, that cleared the "too many links error" but still no go on the sharing. Filling used the steps here...https://infosecwriteups.com/wifi-pineapple-how-to-setup-internet-connection-sharing-ics-on-linux-e5a544345738 and got it to work. Though it doesn't like to play well with mozilla VPN so that needed to be turned off to get ICS working properly. Seemed to enumerate SSID's well enough but a little sluggish with getting clients that are associated with the SSID's. I had a phone and tablet connected to my test AP and only the tablet would show up, and even then not reliably. AP is only about 20 feet away. After adding the MAC and SSID to the Allow filter (so only those macs would associate with the allowed SSID) and then successfully de-athenticating the devices neither of the devices would connect to the pineapple. I made sure all the necessary things were checked, allow association, broadcast SSID, I even changed the mode to aggressive, but no dice. The devices just wouldn't connect. One is a pixel 4, the other is a Lenovo table. Just for giggles I also tried my Roku...but nothing. So thus far things seem to be working except getting clients to connect. I am on the latest firmware. Any suggestions? Thanks Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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