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nubyOz wrote: Last resort for me once was to short some pins of the the flash memory chip on a router.
Note: This is only recommended
1. if you have exhausted ALL other options repeatedly AND
2. Are out of warranty support options (nothing to loose) AND
3. Know which pins to short.
Not for the faint hearted, it is only advised if you face the certainty of a brick out of warranty.
2012-05-06 11:19 AM
2013-01-02 05:32 AM
sanketgroup wrote: i tried to reload the firmware as said in this post.
tftp says file uploaded successfully but on router nothing happens.
Green light keeps bilking and ping to 192.168.1.1 gets stopped.
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Simon0 wrote: One last thing to try is a serial 3.3v connection to the router...
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2013-02-20 10:34 PM
Simon0 wrote: You'd pop open the case cover and locate the GND, VCC, TX, & RX pins... I use an FTDI-chip based one, it is much more reliable and most computer no longer have serial ports... it safer also... it must be a Serial TTL/USB TTL, DO NOT get the +5V version, only the 3.3V... I have the "TTL-232R-3V3-AJ", since I can solder a jack on the back of the router for easy access OR create a set of jack+cables for each type of routers... those were the days But that version is rarely ordered by people, so it is often back-ordered... People order the more fragile version which connects directly on the motherboard....