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|Please include only model specific information, omit bla,bla and put everything generic into separate articles|
|If you have no time to write certain stuff, link to generic.overview|
|basic.config should lead the way, do not explain this again|
|DO NOT provide a complete howto here! Instead groom the general HowTos.|
None at this time.
Please check out the article Flash.Layout. It contains an example and a couple of explanations.
|The instructions below are for Broadcom devices and only serve as an example. Don't leave them in place if they do not apply to a particular device!|
This section deals with how you install OpenWrt from a device freshly opened. Plus the steps required such as reset to factory defaults if the device has already been configured
Note: Reset router to factory defaults if it has been previously configured.
|Bootloader tftp server IPv4 address||FILL-IN|
|Bootloader MAC address (special)||FILL-IN|
|Firmware tftp image|| Latest OpenWrt release (
|TFTP Transfer Window||FILL-IN seconds|
|TFTP Window Start||approximately FILL-IN seconds after power on|
|TFTP Client Required IP Address||FILL-IN|
If you have already installed OpenWrt and like to reflash for e.g. upgrading to a new OpenWrt version you can upgrade using the mtd command line tool. It is important that you put the firmware image into the ramdisk (/tmp) before you start flashing.
cd /tmp/ wget http://http://downloads.openwrt.org/snapshots/trunk/XXX/xxx.abc sysupgrade /tmp/xxx.abc
cd /tmp/ wget http://http://downloads.openwrt.org/snapshots/trunk/XXX/xxx.abc mtd write /tmp/xxx.abc linux && reboot
→ Basic configuration After flashing, proceed with this.
Set up your Internet connection, configure wireless, configure USB port, etc.
The default network configuration is:
|Interface Name||Description||Default configuration|
|br-lan||LAN & WiFi||192.168.1.1/24|
|vlan0 (eth0.0)||LAN ports (1 to 4)||None|
|vlan1 (eth0.1)||WAN port||DHCP|
Numbers 0-3 are Ports 1-4 as labeled on the unit, number 4 is the Internet (WAN) on the unit, 5 is the internal connection to the router itself. Don't be fooled: Port 1 on the unit is number 3 when configuring VLANs. vlan0 = eth0.0, vlan1 = eth0.1 and so on.
→ hardware.button on howto use and configure the hardware button(s).
The Linksys WRT54GL has two buttons. They are Reset and Secure Easy Setup. Here, we merely name the buttons, so we can use them in the above Howto:
|Secure Easy Setup||ses|
|Device Type||WiFi Router|
|Supported Since Rev||https://dev.openwrt.org/changeset/46763|
|Supported since Rel||14.07|
|Supported Current Rel||15.05|
|Sub Instruction Set||ARMv7|
|CPU MHz||2x 777|
|Ethernet 100M ports||-|
|Ethernet Gbit ports||5|
|Comments network ports|
|USB ports||2x 2.0, 2x 3.0|
|Comments USB SATA ports|
|Forum Topic URL||http://¿|
|OEM device homepage URL||http://¿|
|Firmware OEM Stock URL||http://¿|
|Firmware OpenWrt Install URL||http://¿|
|Firmware OpenWrt Upgrade URL||http://¿|
|Edit the above data||View/Edit data|
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Photo of back of the casing
Note: This will void your warranty!
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→ port.serial general information about the serial port, serial port cable, etc.
How to connect to the Serial Port of this specific device:
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→ port.jtag general information about the JTAG port, JTAG cable, etc.
How to connect to the JTAG Port of this specific device:
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