the chance is much higher. I got it to work for a short time with having WAN set on static IP. Then I switched to dynamic IP and it did not work again.
When it worked I could do "ping 192.168.3.1", which is my linksys router that connects to internet. And I went to "neopets.com" fo a few pages.
I could not reproduce it yet. I will try tonight. I have a log of the telnet session but I did not log all other actions that I did on the web interface.
what I did:
load dd-wrt-v23-sp2-mini-generic (9-15-06), do a factory reset, do a 30 sec reset.
WAN settings static,
gpio enable 6 (did not work yet, gpio was 01 before enable and after enable)
looked at some commands in a telnet session,
wl, ip, ifconfig, brctl, ifup, ifdown
unchecked all firewall settings in web interface (no go)
disabled firewall in web interface (no go)
played aroung with gpio command, go a reset at one point with gpio 7
gpio enable 6
suddenly, I got ping to 192.168.3.1 and internet connection.
Maybe that gives you any pointer in your testing, I report back if I get it working again.
1. flash with askey's firmware,and restore to factory
2. tftp dd-wrt
3. power off router and power on , now , wan port maybe working, but you can't reset or restore router,if you do that ,maybe wan port will not come back ; if you power off and power on again ,wan port still working
Attached is a log of the session from before, where WAN worked for a short time. Look at lines starting with line 2645.
I had another window open where I would do "tftp" , "pings" and "service network restart". I did not save a log of that. And I used Firefox to change setting in the web interface of dd-wrt.
When it worked, I did "ping 192.168.3.1" and "ping www.olywa.net" from the Linux window, which worked. And I looked at some pages at www.neopets.com with firefox. So, connection to the internet was working, including dns lookups. So I am positive that it worked fine at that time.
I should have saved nvram settings at that time. Then I switched dd-wrt wan settings to dynamic IP, and it stopped working.
Again, this was after having BELKIN_RT_54G_USA_4.05.03.bin loaded and working, then I used TFTP in Fedora (FC5, Linux) to load dd-wrt-v23-sp2-mini-generic (9-15-06).
Then factory reset and a 30 sec hardware button reset.
After reset I changed following settings in the wab interface:
WAN settings static,
wireless essid "house4647A"
wireless ch = 8
wpa-psk, aes, passphrase = thisisgrandma
During my testing I also disabled firewall check boxes inside the webinterface and disabled the hole firewall. I looked at iptables to find out how far I can see bytes comiming in and going out to WAN interface.
Maybe somebody has an good idea ?
Or can tell me how I can test how far bytes come an go on the WAN interface?
what ever you did, it seems to work here for right now .
I loaded your cdoe, made a 30 sec reset and powered the router off and on. WAN did not work first. So I poked around. I tried to set it to static wan IP. I tried to switch internal firewall off. -- no help, no go -- then after a factory reset from the web interface and after a few power resets it started working suddenly.
I left WAN setting to DHCP and STP=on like it comes after factory reset.
After WAN worked, I did only change wireless ESSID, channel # and set security on.
I can release / renew WAN IP form the web interface status page.
It still seems to react a little strange. At first I had the connection LED = ON but no connection. Then I had a connection with no connection LED and the LED came ON later. When I switched to another time zone it stopped working. I did Factory reset and power off-on. Then it worked again.
Posted: Thu Oct 05, 2006 3:08 Post subject: Where can I find Askey firmware?
Hi, I have the same problem with a FD57230-4 ver.1111, where can I find the askey firmware to restore my router to factory default and start again because if i try to load the firmware by Eko it just won´t finish uploading, thanks.
Posted: Thu Oct 05, 2006 4:11 Post subject: Already foun the askey firmware but....
Already foun the askey firmware and upload it to the router it works again with that firmware but I can´t load the Belkin firmware, I downloaded it from the belkin webpage beacause I didn´t made a backup of mine I uploaded the askey firmware and then tried Ekos´s solution but with no luck.
I changed time zone setting to -8 houres and switched power off and on. After that I could not establish any connection to wan. I went back to Belkin firmware and did a new tftp load of your code. I did the same steps as before, but I did not get it back to work.
I remember that my Linksys router (BEFSR41) showed 3 LEDs on, when WAN was working. That is the port where I have WAN connetced to for testing.
The meaning of the LEDs is:
When WAN is not working, Linksys shows only top and bottem LED on.
Half duplex <--------
I tried to set half/full duplex and 10/100 Mbit/s in the Setup -->VLANs page, but nothing seems to change on the WAN port.
Is that how it should be?
Does that make any sens?
Maybe there is a hardware problem with the wan chip, maybe a pin is not connected and is floating?