hexan Posted June 5, 2021 Share Posted June 5, 2021 As the title says, I've built a small package with: Raspberry Pi 4, WiFi Pineapple Nano and other stuff (not related to the issue). The project is to create a compact package to drop in a location and use it remotely. So far I've managed to setup the RPi4 to connect to a WiFi Network and then "call home" through a Reverse SSH tunnel (I can even use VNC through it) using NoIP. The issue is with the Nano: If I boot the RPi4 without the Nano plugged in, it connects to internet, the SSH tunnel and VNC are working. Then I can plug the cable in and use wp6.sh to share the connection and in this way is all working. But, as I said, the idea is to leave it in a place, so obviously is not possible to manually plug and unplug the cable. If I boot it with the cable already plugged in, the Nano jams something on the RPi4 Network Manager, so the reverse tunnel doesn't work anymore and I cannot take over remotely. There is a way to solve this? Like a permanent net-sharing instead of the wp6 or some other way? I tried to do not raise eth1 at boot, but it is not enough. I really prefer not to disable usb power, if possible. More info about: I'm using this at home (no way I'm going to plant it somewhere and risk to lose a "money-combo" like that) and I totally can do every thing manually, but I just want to get it working, as personal satisfaction. I'm not an expert and I'm not a pentester. I just like to learn and try, but with this one I'm stuck. Thanks for any suggestion Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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