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This page is currently under construction. You can edit the article to help completing it. OEM source code may be available at: Having spent about seven hours trying to take the thing out of its case, here’s what I found out:. Pictures and more information available on my website: I really like this device: I’d really love to get OpenWrt on it, possibly for a future version of my Wifi Car.
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It’s returning part of your User-Agent message, or some other message that identifies the host OS type of the originating message. All it tells us is that your computer is ipc-linux-gnu, but tells us nothing of the router. The unit comes with an internal antenna.
It’s possible wtr54gc add an external antenna via the R-SMA plug. There seems to be a mechanical switch that gets de- activated when you open the tap of the external antenna port.
User Tools Register Log In. Sidebar Welcome to OpenWrt. This will void your warranty! Having spent about seven hours trying to take the thing out linksyw its case, here’s what I found out: The rest of the case is held by plastic tabs.
They come apart with some force, but be gentle: Once the back cover is off, you’re almost there. There’s two screws that wrt554gc the PCB on, also Philips-head.
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The sticker on wtt54gc side holds down the wt54gc ports, so it must sadly be removed. Also, don’t forget to disconnect the external antenna connector by removing the nut, and then the antenna selector switch by just pulling it out of the board.
How to connect to the Serial Port of this specific device: More stuff about the router: Now if only you were easier to find… P. Thanks to for ID’ing manufacturer.
There doesn’t appear to be JTAG, but there is a solderpad area. Pin 11 seems to have some plusing output by the piezo buzzer test. I’ll dig up some MAX’s and see what it says. Except where otherwise noted, content on this wiki is licensed linksts the following license: CC Attribution-Share Alike 4.