crissi wrote:essele wrote:
Copy this to the router (I usually put it in /tmp), then you can login (assuming you already have dd-wrt on it) and change to /tmp and flash it with: mtd -r write openwrt-lantiq-ar9-WBMR-squashfs.image linux
Hm, I tried to flash on my device but there is no mtd on this device. Version of FW is:
WBMR-HP-G300H Ver.1.74 (R3.02/B2011/02/03 09:21:07 JST)
I just bought my own copy of this modem. I've been trying to get OpenWRT to work (trunk version), but so far tftp flashing hasn't been a success. Also the modem comes with "stock FV", so updateing FV trough mtd isn't an option.
I'va also tried to install dd wrt trough webUI update, but it keeps throwing "Invalid image". The image has been downloaded from http://www.dd-wrt.com/site/support/router-database.
Any ideas? Ultimately, I'd like to get openwrt working, the process is now important. Also, atm I don't have serial console, so that pretty much leaves webUI and tftp options? I'd appreciate any help I can get.
Nevermin, got dd wrt working with another image and then mtd -r write image linux worked perfectly.
Now trying to figure out how to get RFC 1483 Routed on OpenWRT...
I couldn't get my ADSL up with OpenWRT, so I decided to revert to dd wrt with "mtd -r /tmp/<dd wrt image> linux".
The command was fine, but now I can't access my router at all. There doesn't seem to be anything "wrong" with it, when using "get IP automatically", my computer gets a public IP (the modem isn't connected to network), not an private IP, like before. I've tried addresses 192.168.1.1, 2.1, 11.1, but nothing seems to work.
Also, I don't have the ability to revert this over serial console (at least atm), any suggestion? Or would it be easier to just get my hand on some console-equipment?