I have a WAG320N

  • DeerHunter

    DeerHunter - 2011-05-08

    I have a WAG32ON with serial port, and can use JTAG if necessary..
    If you need testers, just tell me..
    In fact.. I have compiled the stock firmware, but cannot get out past the damn
    kernel. init :( ..
    Do you know some way to run scripts on startup ?

  • Gnommo Modfs

    Gnommo Modfs - 2011-05-08

    Thank you for your support.
    You can contact muchasuerte,who is working on wag320n, and ask if he needs
    help. I think so.

    Best Regards.

  • orihack

    orihack - 2011-06-28

    WAG320N router I would like to help test the new firmware. (I have one in
    reserve) :)

  • Slep

    Slep - 2011-09-04

    When modfs 0.4 will be avaliable?

  • Bill

    Bill - 2011-10-08

    Hey, I have a wag320n and really want to use openvpn with it. I can't wait to
    give this a try!!!

    I don't want to be a pain but have you any idea when you might get a release
    out :D and if you need any testing done I'm available and willing to help

    Cheers M.

  • Gnommo Modfs

    Gnommo Modfs - 2011-10-08

    sorry modfs for wag320 is almost finished, openvpn is ready.
    It lacks a modified firmware for boot modfs.
    I don't have a wag320n, so I can only give some advice to do the modified

  • DeerHunter

    DeerHunter - 2011-11-17

    I can donate a WAG320N unit (the one I' ve described) ..
    its serial port is funcional...

  • Paweł Jarosz

    Paweł Jarosz - 2012-01-28

    I have a WAG32ON with serial port, and can use JTAG if necessary..

    Hi sagbohan!
    Do you have JTAG pcb schematics for WAG320N? I can't find any information
    about it. i bricked my router so if you could give me any information about
    how to unbrick it would be great.

  • DeerHunter

    DeerHunter - 2012-01-30

    Schematics were hosted on FIleServe... They're deleted now. I have a copy on
    another computer (i'll upload them again).. and muchasuerte has another one..
    router is recoverable using sercomm ( http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/Main/Se
    ), a firmware bin image, and an ethernet cable..
    If you live in Europe, you could send it to Mr. Eko ,.. he recovers it and
    send it back for 20 bucks ;)

  • Paweł Jarosz

    Paweł Jarosz - 2012-01-30

    I bricked my router working on little firmware modification ... adding
    etherwake, ssh and some other minor stuff. It would be great if you could
    upload those schematics and post a link or send it to me on sourceforge mail.
    Sending router to Mr. Eco ... i could do it, but i won't stop working on my
    modified firmware :) so information about JTAG would be more helpful.
    About sercomm ... its just doesn't work for me ... there might be a problem
    with CFE.

  • Paweł Jarosz

    Paweł Jarosz - 2012-02-04

    Sagbohan my friend :) ... do you have thoose schematics ? If not how to
    contact muchasuerte ... maybe he didn't deleted them.

  • DeerHunter

    DeerHunter - 2012-02-05

    pawelx, Tomorrow I'll upload them again..
    ¿why do you need JTAG? Yo can debrick by using ethernet cable..

  • Paweł Jarosz

    Paweł Jarosz - 2012-02-05

    Thing is ... i cannot. CFE(bootloader) code was destroyed, so debricking by
    ethernet doesn't work for me. That's why i need info about jtag pins.

  • DeerHunter

    DeerHunter - 2012-02-07

    Here are JTAG and Serial photo:
    And schematics: http://imgur.com/zA5VC
    PCB photos and schematics were made by Mr. Eko's .. He does professional
    debricking of any router for just 20 bucks .. If you cannot debrick it , send
    it to him ;)
    CFE can be destroyed by two ways:
    1: tftp ANY firmware image
    2: flash an image by JTAG.
    I suppose you think CFE is broken because you get no signal on Serial Console
    ¿right? .. that's beceause there are two jumpers you have to solder... (see
    the photo)

  • Paweł Jarosz

    Paweł Jarosz - 2012-02-10

    Thank you for the pictures. They were very helpful.
    You were right about the serial console :) ... so sorry for the confusion.
    Router works again. It's time to go back to work on my modified firmware ;).
    Thanks again for your help.


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