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toh:tp-link:tl-mr3020 [2014/08/08 15:07]
aind
toh:tp-link:tl-mr3020 [2015/02/22 16:50] (current)
timd93 Opened my v1.9, contains AR9331-AL3A instead of AR9331-AL1A
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 | v1.7 | 2012-05 | 12.09-RC1, Trunk  ([[https://​dev.openwrt.org/​changeset/​32786|r32786]]) | AR9331 chipset | | v1.7 | 2012-05 | 12.09-RC1, Trunk  ([[https://​dev.openwrt.org/​changeset/​32786|r32786]]) | AR9331 chipset |
 | v1.8 | ??      | 12.09-RC1 (tested), Trunk (tested) | AR9331-AL1A;​ internal serial port has no pins, only solder-pads (P1 clearly visible) | | v1.8 | ??      | 12.09-RC1 (tested), Trunk (tested) | AR9331-AL1A;​ internal serial port has no pins, only solder-pads (P1 clearly visible) |
-| v1.9 | ??      | 12.09 (tested) ​     | AR9331-AL1A |+| v1.9 | ??      | 12.09 (tested) ​     | AR9331-AL3A |
  
 The current release The current release
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   --referer '​http://​192.168.0.254/​userRpm/​SoftwareUpgradeRpm.htm'​ \   --referer '​http://​192.168.0.254/​userRpm/​SoftwareUpgradeRpm.htm'​ \
   --form "​Filename=@$1"​ -F '​Upgrade=Upgrade'​ \   --form "​Filename=@$1"​ -F '​Upgrade=Upgrade'​ \
-  http://​192.168.0.254/​incoming/​Firmware.htm > /dev/null+  http://​192.168.0.254/​incoming/​Firmware.htm ​ > ans.html 
 +> /dev/null
  
 sleep 1 sleep 1
 +
 +session_id=$(sed -n 's/var session_id = \"​\(.*\)\"​.*/​\1/​p'​ ans.html)
  
 curl \ curl \
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   --user-agent '​Mozilla/​5.0 (X11; Ubuntu; Linux i686; rv:12.0) Gecko/​20100101 Firefox/​12.0'​ \   --user-agent '​Mozilla/​5.0 (X11; Ubuntu; Linux i686; rv:12.0) Gecko/​20100101 Firefox/​12.0'​ \
   --referer '​http://​192.168.0.254/​incoming/​Firmware.htm'​ \   --referer '​http://​192.168.0.254/​incoming/​Firmware.htm'​ \
-  http://​192.168.0.254/​userRpm/​FirmwareUpdateTemp.htm >  /dev/null+  http://​192.168.0.254/​userRpm/​FirmwareUpdateTemp.htm?​session_id=$session_id  ​>  /dev/null
 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
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 Next proceed along to the LED side, but beware of the fragile light conductors running straight down beneath the clear plastic. They easily bend or break when you push-in your tool too far. Once three sides are open, you can steadily lift the lid until the remaining side breaks lose and neatly frees the second hinge in the process. If you work carefully and manage not to break either one of the two hinges, the gray lid should snap neatly back into place after some manual cleaning with a cutter knife. Next proceed along to the LED side, but beware of the fragile light conductors running straight down beneath the clear plastic. They easily bend or break when you push-in your tool too far. Once three sides are open, you can steadily lift the lid until the remaining side breaks lose and neatly frees the second hinge in the process. If you work carefully and manage not to break either one of the two hinges, the gray lid should snap neatly back into place after some manual cleaning with a cutter knife.
 +
 +<​html>​
 +<table class="​inline"​ style="​width:​100%">​
 +  <tr>
 +    <td style="​border-left:​6px solid #cd0505; vertical-align:​middle">​
 +      <img src="/​_media/​meta/​icons/​tango/​48px-dialog-warning.svg.png"​ alt=""​ style="​float:​left;​ width:48px; margin-right:​7px"​ />
 +      <div style="​margin-left:​55px">​
 +        <​strong>​Warning!</​strong><​br />
 +        <​strong>​Be careful not to scratch PCB traces if you use a flat screwdriver to open the case.</​strong><​br />
 +        Don't apply downwards pressure on the PCB itself with the tip of the screwdriver. Always point the tip of the screwdriver upwards, practicing a pressure from bottom to top.<br />
 +        <​strong>​I just managed to practically kill an MR3020 because I scratched the ethernet port trace!</​strong>​
 +      </​div>​
 +    </td>
 +  </tr>
 +</​table>​
 +</​html>​
  
 ==== Internal Pictures ==== ==== Internal Pictures ====
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 ==== Buttons ==== ==== Buttons ====
--> [[doc:​howto:​hardware.buttons]]+-> [[doc:​howto:​hardware.button]]
 The TP-Link TL-MR3020 has one button and one sliding switch with three positions: The TP-Link TL-MR3020 has one button and one sliding switch with three positions:
 ^ BUTTON ^ Event ^ ^ BUTTON ^ Event ^
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