The build on myopenrouter.com is based on AA and the DSL seems to work on that one. You find it if you search D7800 on myopenrouter.com. Is there a way to upgrade from that build to the newer trunks and keep whatever firmware/drivers was making it work? Or at least figure out what those drivers were and install them over a newer build?
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I flashed openWRT on my d7800. After flashing is bricked. I cannot access router through 192.168.1.1 even if PC gets connected to the router and I can ping using CMD with TTL=64.
I tried TFTP to flash stock firmware. It does not work.
I used putty and I can login to root, but what commands should I use to reflash with stock firmware. I tried to find .bin for D7800 but everywhere .img only.
on my 220.127.116.11 stock firmware
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I flashed a D7800 with open wrt, now I would like to return to the firmrare stock where I can find the bin file?
The good part, it's a lantiq (PSB80320) ADSL frontend - the bad part, it's just the ADSL frontend without the accompanying lantiq SOC (VRX320), no RAM, no flash, it appears to be driven solely from the IPQ8064 SOC. It doesn't help either that LEDE/ OpenWrt doesn't appear to support lantiq VRX320 in general so far.
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