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toh:linksys:e2000 [2012/10/28 21:42]
toh:linksys:e2000 [2015/05/02 17:40] (current)
shred00 Add experiences at failing to tftp put the firmware
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 ===== Supported Versions ===== ===== Supported Versions =====
 ^ Version/​Model ^ S/N ^ OpenWrt Version Supported ^ ^ Version/​Model ^ S/N ^ OpenWrt Version Supported ^
-| E2000 | CVR01 | *not fully tested* r33897 w/​patches ​|+| E2000 | CVR01 | r38011 ​|
 ===== Hardware Highlights ===== ===== Hardware Highlights =====
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 There is also a serial connection on the PCB inside of the WAN port. There is also a serial connection on the PCB inside of the WAN port.
-Serial port settings are 115000@8N1.+Serial port settings are 115000@8N1 ​with no hardware or software flow control.
 This has been copied from E3000 toh page; location and designation are same for WRT320N/​E2000. This has been copied from E3000 toh page; location and designation are same for WRT320N/​E2000.
 ===== Notes ===== ===== Notes =====
-  - There is set of patches ​to allow support for the E2000 switch and WIFI under 3.3.8 kernel builds written by George Kashperko bootloader on the E2000 contains ​tftp server. See [[http://​​doc/​howto/​generic.flashing.tftp#​bootloader.contains.tftp.server]]. 
-  => See the [[|README]]. +After powering down the router, plug ethernet cable from your computer ​to port 1 of your router. The default address of the E2000 is, so you need to 
-  - Patchset has not yet been incorporated ​into OpenWrt main development tree+set up a static route for that ethernet interface on your computer (I usually use You need to use the firmware file named for the 
 +router, openwrt-e2000_v1-squashfs.bin. Follow ​the steps on [[​bootloader.contains.tftp.server]] 
 +to flash the router
 +Flashing from the Linksys firmware seems to be unsuccessful using openwrt-e2000_v1-squashfs.bin. ​ It gets to about 85-90% and then just reports that it failed, then reboots back into the Linksys firmware. 
 +Unfortunately I have also been unsuccessful trying to use the bootloader'​s tftp server trying to "put openwrt-e2000_v1-squashfs.bin"​. ​ The tftp client just keeps trying until gets an "​Invalid Password"​ error from the Linksys firmware (i.e. the tftp server in the bootloader is missed and it's fully booted and it's the tftp server in firmware that is producing that error). ​ There are hints on the generic.flashing.tftp page about needing to change the name of the file being put but I was unsuccessful finding a name that would work either.
 **Caveats** **Caveats**
-  ​Only the WNIC contained in the SoC works at this time with the proprietary ​Broadcom ​drivers +If you are building your own from buildroot, be aware that: 
-  * **Use At Your Own Risk**+  ​All three wifi drivers work on the E2000, but only the brcmsmac and proprietary ​broadcom-wl ​drivers ​support 11n. b43 only supports up to 11g. 
 +  * The bgmac is the only ethernet driver that works on the E2000, but having the tg3 and b44 will not conflict with bgmac. 
 +  ​The E2000 does have internal USB controller, but there is no port. Beware of building a firmware with both the ohci and uhci or ehci: I have run into lock ups in this case, though it may no longer be an issue. 
 ===== Tags ===== ===== Tags =====
-{{tag>​GigabitEthernet FastEthernet 5Port 2PHY bcm47xx ​32RAM 8Flash MIPS MIPS32 74K}}+{{tag>bcm47xx bcm4717 ​GigabitEthernet FastEthernet 5Port 2NIC 32RAM 8Flash MIPS MIPS32 74K}}
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