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Install of OpenWRT on the TM01 only works with Firmware v2.000.024
- Downgrade to this first (via the regular System->Upgrade function)
- Then proceed with install as described

Download link for 2.000.024 from HooToo expired, here a Mirror for fw-WiFiDGRJ-HooToo-TM01-2.000.024.bin

ge.tt/5OQYHyj2

(Last edited by mister123 on 4 May 2017, 21:23)

What do you mean by "only work"
I already perform the openwrt installation  with the 2.000.072 firmware.
But OK , my TM-02 seems to have some malfunction.

Oh ok, i forgot to specify - on my TM01 (maybe thats the difference)

Tried to upload the image on the newer firmware, gave me "wrong file format" - like previous reported from other users.
With the older firmware it worked without problems, everything is running fine.

But now I fucked up the OpenWRT configuration and I cant get back in, even failsafe fails... always something...

Has anyone successfully restored the bootloader to the Hootoo default via ethernet? Or can this only be done via serial?

Ouch. I can't help with bootloader.

I have a weird problem with mine that perhaps someone can help with:

My device has two WiFi connections. One is an AP with SSID DragoNAS (Yes, the pun is intentional) and the other a client connection to the home Internet modem. The two are bridged via LuCi's settings so that the AP allows Internet from the home modem.

For some reason, if I take the router outside of my home, the AP fails to appear at all. I'd like to set it up as a portable NAS device (thus the name), but if I cannot connect to it at all, it isn't very useful (Yes, it has Ethernet, but my OTHER devices don't). I tried https://forum.openwrt.org/viewtopic.php?id=64507

#!/bin/sh
TIMEOUT=60
SLEEP=5
sleep 20
[ "$(cat /sys/class/gpio/gpio19/value)$(cat /sys/class/gpio/gpio20/value)" = "11" ] || exit 0 # repeater mode
. /usr/share/libubox/jshn.sh
check_radio() { json_load "$(/bin/ubus call network.wireless status)"; json_select $1; json_get_vars up; return $up; }
sta_err=0
while [ $((sta_err * SLEEP)) -lt $TIMEOUT ]; do
    check_radio radio0 -gt 0 && exit 0
    let sta_err=$sta_err+1; sleep $SLEEP
done    
for i in $(seq 0 9); do [ "$(uci -q get wireless.@wifi-iface[$i].mode)" = "sta" ] && uci set wireless.@wifi-iface[$i].disabled=1 && uci commit wireless; done
/sbin/wifi up
exit 0

but it would seem that the script does not ever detect the WiFi as actually being down. It also permanently disables the client connection, when I would rather get it to re-enable on reboot of the device (have it NOT save the disabled state in the flash memory). I managed to get both to work, with a change to a ping of Google and some tinkering with removing the command that saves to Flash, but I do not know what autorun-on-boot method to use that works with the firmware creation tools for the router. I would like to not have to SCP this over everytime I reflash it.

Ideally, I would like a more elegant solution that avoids this entirely (some change so that the AP won't drop in the first place) or at least skips the ping command for instead reading whether the AP is up or not (or client in range of modem), but this was the only solution I found, and that part did not work, simply ALWAYS triggering, Internet or no.

TL;DR: I need to get the router to bring up the AP at all times, even if the bridged client on the same radio is not in range. I believe this is a won'tfix bug, but if it is not, how do I get this to happen?

If it is, how do I detect whether it is not connected, or the AP is down? Preferably without ping, and the script above DOES NOT WORK. The file being parsed exists, but is never updated, always showing that it's online, if if it is wrong.
THEN, I need to get this into the firmware image so that it is always run on boot, OR when the reset button is pressed.

(I am using the command files=FILES/ in the make command for the image, where the files I add are in the FILES/ directory. This works fine for other files, but I need to get this set up as one (ideally) file in a directory where it runs on boot and will not get automatically deleted. rc.local is less than ideal, as it would overwrite anything that uses it, plus it is not always enabled.)

(Last edited by rdragonrydr on 18 May 2017, 05:26)

Hi. My TM02 is running OpenWrt Chaos Calmer r44945 / LuCI Master (git-15.079.29361-3e37216), kernel 3.18.9. I'd like to revert back to original HooToo configuration as I bought it with. Like an idiot I didn't save the content of the USB stick I installed OpenWRT with. I've got fw-WiFiPort-HooToo-TM02-2.000.022 as a file from HooToo support. How can I use that to revert to stock configuration? Thanks for any advice.

Can you attach the file or send it to me somehow? I can probably tell you if it the firmware file.

I don't know if it has changed or will need to change the bootloader, though, so I'm not certain it will work. This sort of thing has a possibility of bricking the router.

The way you can tell is by running binwalk on the file and looking for a kernel, squashfs, and so on.

(Last edited by rdragonrydr on 27 Jun 2017, 15:39)

binwalk -B on that file gives the following;


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Whoops, that looks like the OEM image. That can't be installed (as-is) via OpenWRT, that I know of. It's actually a shell script that contains binary data, which is executed/installed by scripts on the original firmware. You could try copying it to the router and running it, but I have no idea if it would work at all. (It might check for data or commands or paths that don't exist in OpenWRT.)

I have heard that you can possibly strip out the shell script part and treat it as a normal image, though (and then installed with the normal image installation method, either web or commandline). This might be possible with a text editor, even, but I don't know if it would get corrupted.

(Last edited by rdragonrydr on 27 Jun 2017, 16:55)

OK. Looks like this unit is going to stay on OpenWRT. Thanks for the input.

Hi guys!  Really new to all this openwrt stuff so please bear with me.  I have my TM04 running well but cannot seem to figure out how to share the USB stick with the network.  I do not think it is mounting.  When I check the system log I believe it is recognized as sda but cannot seem to share it at all because I think samba needs to share a mount point not sda.  Can someone please lead me in the right direction.

Thanks,

iamwally

i installed your image from factory however it failed to boot properly after so i ended up connecting via ttl usb adapter got a serial connection and initiated firstboot in openwrt and after that it worked. can you compile a softether package or openwrt upgrade file that has softether installed?

Sorry it has taken so long to reply.  I should have posted all that information when asking for help duh!  Did not realize it.  So here it is:


Firmware Version    OpenWrt Chaos Calmer r44945 / LuCI Master (git-15.079.29361-3e37216)
Kernel Version    3.18.9

kmod-ledtrig-usbdev    3.18.9-1
kmod-usb-core    3.18.9-1
kmod-usb-ohci    3.18.9-1
kmod-usb-serial    3.18.9-1
kmod-usb-serial-ftdi    3.18.9-1
kmod-usb-storage    3.18.9-1
kmod-usb-storage-extras    3.18.9-1
kmod-usb-uhci    3.18.9-1
kmod-usb2    3.18.9-1
libusb-1.0    1.0.19-1
usbutils    007-1

Hope that helps a bit and maybe you can steer me in the right direction.

Thanks,

iamwally

In reading those 2 links you gave me I think I see a problem.  My menu does not seem to have a mount points option.  Is it missing in this version of openwrt for a reason or is it just something I am doing wrong?  That is why I cannot share it because I cannot set a mount point.

Thanks,

Iamwally

Do you have an fstab and samba file in your config folder?  You may need to manualy create the fstab.  If so list your file contents

pcm2a wrote:

I have now tested the GL-MT300N to compare it to the HooToo stock firmware and openwrt firmware. This first report is only about bridging an AP and STA with the single radio. Both the HooToo and the GL are capable of bridging two wifi interfaces using the single radio. In fact both devices have this capability right in their custom interfaces.

HooToo Stock Firmware:
- Easy interface to adjust your AP and to connect to the STA
- Rebooting the HooToo disables the STA so when you start up the AP always works

HooToo OpenWRT:
- OpenWRT standard interface allows you to modify your AP and connect to a STA
- If the STA is not available when booting then the AP will not work
- Requires startup script to disable the STA to ensure the AP works

Is there any way to implement that feature in OpenWRT here? This has been bugging me forever, and I must have spawned at least 4 threads on how to fix this issue.

@rdragonrydr

While I am sure some will disagree, from a practical perspective, under OpenWRT, I do not see a way (meaning config vs scripts with some level of complexity) to switch between AP\STA mode and using the device as an AP on your internal LAN.  I gave up on this long ago. 

Yes, there is a switch, do not recall it it can be programed under OpenWrt for this device, but if it can, it can be used to alternate between "Saved Configs" for the scenarios, if not, it's all manual (and in my opinion not worth the hassle, buy a second box)

Regarding the AP\STA issues, the loss of AP when the configured STAtion is well noted in the forums and I believe has been reported as a bug that will not be fixed.

If you go between a few STAtions regularly I think  dibdot https://forum.openwrt.org/viewtopic.php?id=67697 has the best solution at the moment; if you hop around, your safest bet is to run a small script on boot to delete the currently configured STAtion.

I will be trying that if I can. I actually have such a script, but to be happy with it, I would have to get the connection detector working better and run it at startup, neither of which do I know how to do. At that point, it would act much the same as the travelmate package, so I will just see if I can install that.

I try to install openvpn client on that router, the tun0 doesn't showup

Kplex on OpenWrt

There are a lot cheap routers out there, one important factor is minimal consumption (Kplex on OpenWrt for sailboat)
I recently acquired a GL-MT300M; cheap, small and powerful, using MIPS architecture. 64MB RAM ND 16GB flash, only 2 Watts of consumption.

I am wondering if you would be so kind to help me out cross-compiling the latest version of kplex (1.3.4.1) on openWRT for my mini router (GL-MT300).

I am using a Ubuntu machine (latest version: 16.04.3 LTS)

I have downloaded the openWrt-SDK, chaos_calmer 15.05.1 version for ramips using mt7620 CPU as my router does.

I have tried to follow the directions from Caesar as published on github, but I am having many errors in the cross-compilation.

If somebody could publish generic instructions about how to cross-compile kplex for openWrt routers for the latest version of kplex and router's SDK, it would be highly appreciated.

Thanks a lot!

(Last edited by joseluis.delara on 17 Aug 2017, 00:14)

I am running the LuCI latest upgrade for the TM02.  I followed both of these guides:

wiki.openwrt.org/doc/recipes/relayclient
trac.gateworks.com/wiki/OpenWrt/wireless/relayd

Additionally, I have disabled the Hootoo's firewall (ssh'd and /etc/init.d/firewall stop && disable)

and have the setup working where internet is shared from my main router to the device that is plugged into the Hootoo.

The issue is that I am using a headless Raspberry Pi on the Hootoo and I cannot access the Raspberry Pi from my network.  Is there a way to open the bridge up so that the Raspberry Pi will get it's IP assignment from my main router and not the Hootoo?

In the configuration, the wwan and lan's assigned gateway and DNS server is the Main router, but it's still doing it's own DHCP assignment on the 192.168.2.* network.

Main Router: 192.168.1.1
Hootoo Router: 192.168.1.254 and 192.168.2.1
Raspberry Pi: 192.168.2.1

In a nutshell, I need to access the raspberry pi's web interface from anywhere in my network.  Thanks and I appreciate the help.

Will

Hi,

The link to the Nano version doesn't seem to be working. I get a 404. I tried posting the link but apparently I'm not allowed.  I wasn't sure who to contact about this.

(Last edited by peter82 on 12 Nov 2017, 16:00)

Hi,

I accidentally installed the BASIC factory image (openwrt-ramips-rt305x-ht-tm02-squashfs-factory-r44945-basic.bin) instead of the WS factory image (openwrt-ramips-rt305x-ht-tm02-squashfs-factory-r44945-ws.bin).

How do I go about "upgrading" the unit to use the version of openwrt that is contained in the WS image?

Basically, I am looking to have all the packages and configuration that came with the WS image, rather than redo all that by hand.

Thanks.

peter82 wrote:

Hi,

The link to the Nano version doesn't seem to be working. I get a 404. I tried posting the link but apparently I'm not allowed.  I wasn't sure who to contact about this.

Hello, I'm late since I have not played with my TM02 in the past year and a half. So, first thing is, they changed the repository and forgot to change links! working links are inside https://archive.openwrt.org/chaos_calme … ps/rt305x/
so install firmware for TM02 is https://archive.openwrt.org/chaos_calme … uImage.bin
and sysupgrade is https://archive.openwrt.org/chaos_calme … pgrade.bin

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