[fonosfera] how to flash an unused Fonera 2.0g with very old firmware
agentsmith at email.it
Tue Oct 25 19:52:23 UTC 2011
sorry for the html email :)
In the end I managed to restore it using redboot. The instructions were
perfect. I read somewhere in the blog that the default failsafe image
was broken, so it would explain why it refused any kind of firmware I
tried to upload. I flashed Tantor, then from the web interface I jumped
straight to 184.108.40.206 beta2.
The latest firmware works very well when used as a 3G router, however
the supported internet key list is quite limited.
What information do you need to add a new internet key? USB device info?
Chipset used inside?
It would be great if something like they did on TP-Link 3G router could
be implemented: the ability to upload new "profiles" to extend internet
keys recognition without waiting for a new firmware release.
Keep up the good work,
Il 24/10/2011 12:08, Matthijs Kooijman ha scritto:
> Hi Niccolo',
> On a last note: Could you please send e-mails to the list in "text"
> format, not html-only?
>> I connected to 192.168.1.1 and logged in with admin and serial
>> number. Since it asked again for a FON file, I uplaoded
>> 20081222_FON2202_220.127.116.11_TANTOR.fon again. But after a couple of
>> minutes it says:<br>
> Did you see
> This suggests that a normal, signed .tar.gz should work. I have heard
> reports of the latest betas not working in failsafe mode, but I'm
> pretty sure that Flipper should work. Perhaps you could try Flipper
> again? Also, make sure that you're really downloading the .tar.gz file
> and that your browser has not conveniently un-gzipped the file for you
> (I've heard reports of browsers doing this...).
> If the failsafe flashing really doesn't work, the other options you can
> try are redboot (if it's enabled on your device), or serial (needs a
> USB UART (TTL voltages), not a full RS232 serial port)
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