[isf-wifidog] Suggestions for forcing bin onto G router?
rjagad at gmail.com
Mer 30 Aou 01:09:08 EDT 2006
Hi Wireless Guy..
I think you will find this information useful although Openwrt
documentation says that they do support WRT54GS and WRT54G version 5 and
In order for Openwrt to work the WRT54GS or WRT54G must be Hackable, if I
understand that correctly..
Here is the documentation at
Version 5 of the WRT54G and WRT54GS routers. These routers run
VxWorks<http://www.seattlewireless.net/VxWorks>instead of Linux, and
*NOT HACKABLE*. There are many reports that the
firmware is unstable, as well. Version 5 WRT54G units have serial numbers
beginning with CDFB, and V5 WRT54GS units have serial numbers starting with
CGN7. Avoid them like the plague!
so who is correct I wonder OpenWRT or seattlewireles.net I think you have
the opportunity to figure it out, Please let me know if you get this to
work, I feel it is not suppose to work because of Vxworks.
On 8/29/06, Wireless Guy <wirelessguy at optonline.net> wrote:
> I have access to my G router but the old openwrt istall that's there is
> pretty messy.
> I have nvram boot_wait set to on, but I'm still unable to run tftp and put
> the bin file onto the device.
> (I WAS able to use tftp on my GS device so I don't think it's my PC.)
> Is there any way to increase the amount of time the loader waits?
> I don't suppose the watchdog nvram setting has anything to do with that,
> does it?
> I'm stuck. I can't load the bin file on during boot and I can't use the
> with mtd.
> Any thoughts?
> I'd settle for a way to bring back the linksys firmware and start from
> scratch but I think that's all history.
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