I would like to hack the D-Link DGS-1210-10P series. I bought this hardware because it provides 8 nice Gigs ports and a Web GUI. And the vendor announced that it relies on GNU/Linux. So as a normal person, I thought "Nice it is going to be supporte a LONG time".
Also, all firmware source code is available on : http://tsd.dlink.com.tw. Souce code can be compiled using scipts and is provided by D-Link. It includes the Linux kernel and all configuration files. There is even a makefile provided (but no .config).
The source code for my model is DGS-1210-10P here :
https://dlink-gpl.s3.amazonaws.com/GPL1 … ode.tar.gz
Unfortunately, hardware revisions A1, A2, B1, C1 and D1 are not compatible. D-Link no longer releases firmware for hardware revision A1. I am using the oldest revision A1 which was compiled in Oct 02, 2012 WITHOUT ipv6 support. IPv6 Launch began on 6 June 2012.
Now I am stuck with 3 of those nice switches without IPV6.
I am very interested in debricking those firewalls and compiling OpenWRT.
Any idea if OpenWrt can run on those switches?
I wonder what stops D-Link from providing IPv6 switches with updated firmwares. These are REALLY nice switches and I need bending edge software running on it. The first step would be to locate the console to unbrick it.
(Last edited by gnutella on 13 Mar 2015, 18:42)