Reflash using an USB Stick
YouTube video (demo): http://youtu.be/axQvgqvlhcU
The following howto works if you already have USB driver (pre) installed on the device. This can be manually or within a custom image. The HowTo applyies to the most of devices, it uses the TP-Link MR3020 as an example.
- Download the image file to your computer, refer to our hardware list choosing the correct file.
- Power off the MR3020.
- Take your USB device and copy the downloaded file onto.
- Connect the MR3020 to your computer via a Ethernet cable.
- Set your computer's IP address to
'192.168.1.2', subnet mask
- Start to ping 192.168.1.1 (this is the failsave IP address) infinitely.
- Power the MR3020 on and when the WPS Button starts to blink, push it (then it will blink faster). Note: The button name for activating the failsafe mode may vary per device (for example on the 'TP-Link WR1043ND v1': the 'WPS' button is named 'OSS').
- You should see the ping getting a response.
- Plug your USB Device to the pbx-router
- Do the following command:
/etc/init.d/boot start (This will return some error messages - ignore these)
- Then type:
mount /dev/sda1 /mnt cd /mnt/ ls mtd -r write <your filename> firmware
- The device reboots automatically after successfully flashing.
If the mount does not work, you can do:
Which mounts your root partition in order you can edit files. After you have finish, type: