As I mentioned, I’ve got two of the things, and it’s no loss to me if I permabrick one of them. Ever wonder what happens behind the scenes when Wi-Fi devices roam, or more likely don’t? I was able to compile an OpenWRT image that was only 3. Both operate at the Data Link layer , which handles physical addressing. Not seeing many 2.
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I boot a vmlinux.
From other posts is seems like jffs is supposed to be enable by default on the ASUS firmware Fixing up bridge There does appear to be a pin JTAG spot, but I’ll have to hunt down a header for it, and then figure out how to actually talk to it never done JTAG beforebut that’s my last-resort option.
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net: phy: b switchdev driver for Broadcom BCM53xx switches 
At this point, the difference between “smart” and a “managed” switches is strictly marketing. Bm5398 else got more useful suggestions? I can’t tell if it is linix incredibly slow at decompression or not, but I got a feeling it locked up. But most of the focus will be on going through the feature set of a typical inexpensive switch and providing examples of why you might want to use particular features and how to do it.
Booting TRX over tftp won’t work. I tried with no compression, but that yields a 9.
[source] b53: allow configuration through device tree
So I tried writing to vflash0. Or fry the thing. Okay, although I partially fried my shiny new bus pirate in the process, I got access to the serial port on the GST: I did write successfully to flash2, but I have no idea what is in flash2 — this CFE lacks a ‘dir’ command to poke around with.
TRX is a special format designed to be written to the flash. The main problem is that “bcm47xxpart” doesn’t recognize any partition on this flash.
So I opened it up, and there is a 6-pin header that looks like a serial port. Ever wonder what happens behind the scenes when Wi-Fi devices roam, or more likely don’t? I prefer front-mounted ports because I’m constantly connecting and disconnecting devices. Once you downgrade the flash to the older 1. No bc,5398 resource found for root bus, will use [bus ff] ssb: Over In The Forums.
Registered tcp transport module. I’ve uploaded two photos, one front, one back, of bcm55398 circuit board, which might help explain the serial bit: Backup Compatibility between Asus router models. Doesn’t look like Linux either supports the Ethernet chip on this board, or it needs some tuning.
[source] b allow configuration through device tree
Quick specs that I can discern: I built my own 3. As I mentioned, I’ve got two of the things, and it’s no loss to me if I permabrick one of them. I need you to have access to Linux shell. Using a multimeter, I read 3.
Derp, this was supposed to go into the hardware sub-forum, but my login expired by accident and I forgot to go back there before writing this topic up. Found 1 x16 devices at 0x0 in bit bank. Can i use the backup cfg file created by RT-N66U or do i need to progr I wasn’t sure what the correct ethernet driver was, so I added all BCM drivers.
Hopefully it’ll print partitions that are on the flash.