Thomson TG787v SIP
I got one TG787v, firmware version 8.6.L.1 from KPN (dutch provider).
More details here on OpenWRT.
System Information Product Name: TG787v Serial Number: CP0927MT3DD Software Release: 8.6.L.1 Software Variant: CX Boot Loader Version: 1.0.2 Product Code: 3652398A Board Name: VDNT-D System Configuration This page summarizes the current configuration of your Thomson Gateway. Service Configuration Service Name: KPN Experia Box, TG787v Time Configuration Time Source: Automatic Date: 01-01-2000 Time: 02:00:55 Timezone: (UTC+01:00) Summer Time: No Time Since Power-on: 0 days, 1:00:55 Time Server 1: 1.nl.pool.ntp.org Time Server 2: ntp1.nl.net Time Server 3: 0.nl.pool.ntp.org Time Server 4: ntp0.nl.net Time Server 5: rolex.ripe.net System Configuration Web Browsing Interception: Automatic Toolbox Delen van spelen & toepassingen Oudercontrole Telefonie: Ingeschakeld Adresboek: Ingeschakeld Sip-server: Ingeschakeld
I want to run openWRT, because i don't wanna use DSL, all i need is WiFi as AP (WAN), to 4 x 100MBps ethernet.
The current firmware on the device does not have upgrade firmware, or USB function, so i guess i need to flash the device serial (TTL).
After using a HUB (it keeps the TFTP running, while rebooting TG787v with reset button pressed until the upload starts) i could flash the box with TFTP32 from journin, with 787v_8265.bli as Boot File.
Power and Ethernet LEDs flash together about 1time each second, but not regularly.
Took a while (3Kbps over 100Mbps line) but anyway. The device rebooted without finish correctly, so it looks broken now?
TFTP try went much quicker!
But still no life in the box.
Tried the following Firmware files, all without succes:
Router now starts up, but after 25 pings the router reboots, something is wrong now
Time to fix it!
Found out that FW lvl is still 8.6.L.1; very fast try to get to home page before router reboots.
It looks like they build it quiet good thighten.
Waiting for my TTL Serial cable to arrive any day now, to monitor more closely whats happening.
Anyone has tried to re-flash such a device without the serial (or JTAG) cable, i.e. by TFTP new flash to this device? I am very interested. (Most probably i need the serial connection : )
I'll keep posting.