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openwrt:reflash_wo_usb [2017/12/16 07:44]
comap89 [Reflash in Failsafe-Mode using netcat] Typo.
openwrt:reflash_wo_usb [2017/12/16 07:52] (current)
comap89 [using Python & Linux] Misc.
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 ====== Reflashing via Failsafe mode and without USB ====== ====== Reflashing via Failsafe mode and without USB ======
-===== using Python ​Linux =====+===== Using Python ​and Linux =====
  
-If your device is messed up and you are not able to change the network-configuration useful, you may can reflash the router ​with using you local network and a temporary webserver.+If your device is messed up and you are not able to change the network-configuration useful, you may reflash the routerusing you local network and a temporary webserver.
  
-In the following HowTo, I assumethat you are using an MR3020 , but this method works for all routersonly exchange the image(-link). I assume you have Linux-Computer with a working ​python ​installation. ​+In the following HowTo, I assume that you are using an MR3020, but this method works for all routers: you have only to exchange the image(-link). I assume you have Linux-Computer with a working ​Python ​installation. ​
  
 1. Connect your laptop to the internet. 1. Connect your laptop to the internet.
    
-2. Choose the correct image-file while referring ​ to [[openwrt:​hardware|our hardware list]], then open a Terminal and run +2. Choose the correct image-file while referring to [[openwrt:​hardware|our hardware list]], then open a Terminal and run:
  
   cd /tmp   cd /tmp
   wget http://​stable.openwrt.piratebox.de/​auto/​openwrt-ar71xx-generic-tl-mr3020-v1-squashfs-factory.bin   wget http://​stable.openwrt.piratebox.de/​auto/​openwrt-ar71xx-generic-tl-mr3020-v1-squashfs-factory.bin
  
-3. After you had downloaded the image, run the following command to launch a small basic webserver: ​+3. After you have downloaded the image, run the following command to launch a small basic webserver: ​
  
-**Python 2.7**+**Python 2.7**:
  
    ​python -m SimpleHTTPServer 8000    ​python -m SimpleHTTPServer 8000
  
-When this failsyou maybe have **Python 3.x** +When this fails (you maybe have **Python 3.x**):
  
    ​python3 -m http.server    ​python3 -m http.server
  
-4. Then connect to your MR3020 and boot it into failsafe mode  +4. Then connect to your MR3020 and boot it into failsafe mode
-5. Set your computer to static IP 192.168.1.2  +
-6. Open +
  
-   ​telnet  ​192.168.1.1+5. Set your computer to the static IP 192.168.1.
  
-7. run the following command to download the image onto your MR3020 ​+6. From Terminal, type: 
 + 
 +   ​telnet 192.168.1.1 
 + 
 +7. Run the following command to download the image onto your MR3020:
  
    cd /tmp    cd /tmp