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Hi, 

 

While I was looking how to enable my 5Ghz adapter on my WiFi Pineapple, i came across some posts asking for a video on it, 

I haven't done a video but while i was doing mine i did write a blog post with a step by step along with a quicker way to switch between 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz. 

I hope it helps if you've just got your adapter and looking for how to get it working. 

 

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Hope it helps!

Marc

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Not a problem. I've been waiting to get both of them (pineapple and MK7AC) at same time. But I have tetra. Which only has wifi 802.11n.

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3 hours ago, marckiuy said:

Hi, 

 

While I was looking how to enable my 5Ghz adapter on my WiFi Pineapple, i came across some posts asking for a video on it, 

I haven't done a video but while i was doing mine i did write a blog post with a step by step along with a quicker way to switch between 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz. 

I hope it helps if you've just got your adapter and looking for how to get it working. 

 

Blog Post

 

Hope it helps!

Marc

 

Just for reference; I use the Aukey WF-R13 which is identical to the EP-AC1605 mentioned in the blog (if someone is looking for alternatives and can't wait for the MK7AC to be released).

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13 hours ago, Jtyle6 said:

There's is a Hak5 wifi pineapple adaptor coming out soon.

I wouldn't have a link that is hidden by a link.

 

Do you know if its gonna be a plug and play or are we going to have to configure  it like we did on the one alfa card?

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7 hours ago, Deuce022 said:

Do you know if its gonna be a plug and play or are we going to have to configure  it like we did on the one alfa card?

I'm not sure / member of staff... So I don't know.

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9 hours ago, Deuce022 said:

Do you know if its gonna be a plug and play or are we going to have to configure  it like we did on the one alfa card?

From reading the tweet that Darren did, It looks like its going to be plug and play because the firmware update he referenced there will be an option to select an interface. 

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Depends on the "plug and play" definition, but I agree to the assumption that the procedure will be: "attach hardware, upgrade firmware (if not already done) and run". I can't see that Hak5 would just offer a hardware module and not integrate it fully in the Mk7 "ecosystem".

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I cannot wait for the adapter to come out, I will be buying 7 of them. I tried to do a lab with one of these pineapples for my students last week in my Pentesting class and wound up not having much success because all of our potential targets (other students who were made aware of our lab) were on 5ghz. I am also looking forward to the enterprise model.

I have 2 of the supported adapters and cannot get any of the 7 pineapples I have to recognize either of them.

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28 minutes ago, jholbrookftl said:

I cannot wait for the adapter to come out, I will be buying 7 of them. I tried to do a lab with one of these pineapples for my students last week in my Pentesting class and wound up not having much success because all of our potential targets (other students who were made aware of our lab) were on 5ghz. I am also looking forward to the enterprise model.

I have 2 of the supported adapters and cannot get any of the 7 pineapples I have to recognize either of them.

can you show me a picture of the adapters you got i might be able to help

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