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toh:actiontec:mi424wr [2013/07/14 22:03]
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 ===== RedBoot ===== ===== RedBoot =====
  
-A custom version of [[http://​sourceware.org/​redboot|RedBoot]] has been built and can be found here: ''​[[http://​mysite.verizon.net/​jvasco/​openwrt/​rb-mi424wr-ROM.bin | rb-mi424wr-ROM.bin]]''​ . The RedBoot prompt is accessible via telnet 192.168.1.1 9000 on the WAN port. The WAN port is configured to obtain an address via DHCP; if this fails it defaults to 192.168.1.1. RedBoot does initialize the LAN switch so no special action on Linux is required.+A custom version of [[http://​sourceware.org/​redboot|RedBoot]] has been built and can be found here: ''​[[http://​risacher.org/​rb-mi424wr-ROM.bin | rb-mi424wr-ROM.bin]]''​ . The RedBoot prompt is accessible via telnet 192.168.1.1 9000 on the WAN port. The WAN port is configured to obtain an address via DHCP; if this fails it defaults to 192.168.1.1. RedBoot does initialize the LAN switch so no special action on Linux is required.
  
 Note that this version of RedBoot has the option of bypassing the boot script if the reset button is pressed during the power-on sequence. This always allows access to RedBoot via telnet on the WAN port. When RedBoot is ready to accept commands, it sets the Internet LED red. Note that this version of RedBoot has the option of bypassing the boot script if the reset button is pressed during the power-on sequence. This always allows access to RedBoot via telnet on the WAN port. When RedBoot is ready to accept commands, it sets the Internet LED red.
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