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toh:buffalo:whr-hp-g300n [2013/02/24 14:25]
toh:buffalo:whr-hp-g300n [2014/10/11 21:35] (current)
locker Updated download link
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 Add arp entry for 192.168.11.1 when the ethernet interface is up Add arp entry for 192.168.11.1 when the ethernet interface is up
  
-sudo arp -s 192.168.11.1 aa:​bb:​cc:​dd:​ee:​ff ​+''​sudo arp -s 192.168.11.1 aa:​bb:​cc:​dd:​ee:​ff'' ​
  
 Download the tftp version of the right firmware Download the tftp version of the right firmware
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 Send your firware image with tftp Send your firware image with tftp
  
-tftp 192.168.11.1+''​tftp''​
  
 *from this point, you're under tftp command prompt, the "​tftp>"​ is the prompt tftp gives you, you just need to type the command AFTER that. *from this point, you're under tftp command prompt, the "​tftp>"​ is the prompt tftp gives you, you just need to type the command AFTER that.
 +
 +''​tftp>​ connect 192.168.11.1
  
 tftp> verbose tftp> verbose
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 tftp> rexmt 1  tftp> rexmt 1 
  
-tftp> timeout 60 +tftp> timeout 60'' ​
  
 Power on your router on and plug your ethernet on a LAN port Power on your router on and plug your ethernet on a LAN port
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 Send the command put until is success ​ Send the command put until is success ​
  
-tftp> put linux.bin+''​tftp> put linux.bin''​
  
-putting linux.bin to 192.168.11.1:​linux.bin [octet]+''​putting linux.bin to 192.168.11.1:​linux.bin [octet]
 sent WRQ <​file=linux.bin,​ mode=octet>​ sent WRQ <​file=linux.bin,​ mode=octet>​
-tftp: sendto: Can't assign requested address+tftp: sendto: Can't assign requested address''​
  
-tftp> put linux.bin+''​tftp> put linux.bin''​
  
-putting linux.bin to 192.168.11.1:​linux.bin [octet]+''​putting linux.bin to 192.168.11.1:​linux.bin [octet]
 sent WRQ <​file=linux.bin,​ mode=octet>​ sent WRQ <​file=linux.bin,​ mode=octet>​
 sent WRQ <​file=linux.bin,​ mode=octet>​ sent WRQ <​file=linux.bin,​ mode=octet>​
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 sent DATA <​block=5633,​ 36 bytes> sent DATA <​block=5633,​ 36 bytes>
 received ACK <​block=5633>​ received ACK <​block=5633>​
-Sent 2883620 bytes in 8.0 seconds [2883620 bits/sec]+Sent 2883620 bytes in 8.0 seconds [2883620 bits/sec]''​
  
 Wait and see ! ( at lease 10 min )  Wait and see ! ( at lease 10 min ) 
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 Reboot and Enjoy  Reboot and Enjoy 
  
 +=====Install via DD-WRT Interface=====
 +
 +My device a WHR-HP-G300N-EU Would *not* work via TFTP, AFTP, CURL or anything and was reluctant to get the soldering iron to a new device.
 +
 +Download the firmware ​
 +[[http://​downloads.openwrt.org/​barrier_breaker/​14.07/​ar71xx/​generic/​openwrt-ar71xx-generic-whr-hp-g300n-squashfs-factory.bin
 +]]
  
 +With a web browser navigate to 192.168.11.1,​ select the Administration tab, Firmware tab, choose the file and click "​Upgrade" ​
  
 +Voila
  
 +=====Technical Details of WHR-HP-G300=====
  
 +Can be found here
 +[[http://​infodepot.wikia.com/​wiki/​Buffalo_WHR-HP-G300N]]
  
  
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