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redhawk0
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 06, 2010 15:00    Post subject: Reply with quote
mild_pats_fan....could you please provide the first 3 octets of the MAC address for this model (DIR-330)

Making it generic only requires changing the last 3...not making them all FF's.

[EDIT] - Thank you for making contact with me...interesting about the MAC's being in the nvram section...and not in the CFE.

Thanx.

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 06, 2010 16:38    Post subject: FYI...for making MAC addresses generic. Reply with quote
Just as an FYI.

For future CFE.BIN files that you want to make generic before posting.

Here is an example of making a MAC generic.

Buffalo router.

et0macaddr = 00:16:01:00:00:01
il0macaddr = 00:16:01:00:00:02

This way we can preserve the MAC and MAC+1 designation in the CFE...yet it IS generic.

Some routers use et0macaddr and et1macaddr

I've seen where they are MAC and MAC+1....and where they are both the same MAC.

The DIR-330 CFE provided above has both the et0macaddr and et1macaddr variables set to ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff...the nvram.bin file contains the MAC addresses for this particular model.

So....If you are going to make a MAC generic...keep the same first 3 octets like my example of the buffalo above being 00:16:01...then change the last 3 to 00:00:01 for LAN and 02 when the WAN is included as the MAC addresses.

Thank you....if you want to provide a CFE unedited...that's ok too...any that I use for distribution will be modified to a provided MAC address by the "brickee"...but stored in my database with the generic MAC structure as indicate above.

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 06, 2010 17:25    Post subject: Reply with quote
@redhawk0

I believe tornado knows about this. I have read it somewhere in the mountain of information this board has to offer. When I bricked my router, I was unable to find a lot of info on the dir330. Posted and was offered help by Tornado. I could not find the CFE online in the forums, so he sent me his CFE because I believed at the time I had corrupted it. But, I learned that ours were the same. I was able to pull down the NVRAM and found my MAC. There is mention in a few posts that it is stored there, but no info on how to restore it. That is why I have posted the clean NVRAM with the MAC info and locations for the DIR-330. I will gladly give a full copy of the NVRAM, but the data in it is dependent upon the version of firmware running. This is not that useful. With these two files (CFE and NVRAM-after adding mac) you can JTAG erase all of memory and download both files and then reboot TFTP to 192.168.0.2 any version of firmware you want...OEM, DD-WRT micro, mini and mega.

Given how many times I have bricked and restored this router, I am trying to come up with a repeatable procedure to edit the wiki for the DIR-330. I wish to be able to clearly state how to go from OEM to DD-WRT and back if needed.

mpf
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 06, 2010 17:29    Post subject: Reply with quote
mild_pats_fan wrote:
@redhawk0

I believe tornado knows about this. I have read it somewhere in the mountain of information this board has to offer. When I bricked my router, I was unable to find a lot of info on the dir330. Posted and was offered help by Tornado. I could not find the CFE online in the forums, so he sent me his CFE because I believed at the time I had corrupted it. But, I learned that ours were the same. I was able to pull down the NVRAM and found my MAC. There is mention in a few posts that it is stored there, but no info on how to restore it. That is why I have posted the clean NVRAM with the MAC info and locations for the DIR-330. I will gladly give a full copy of the NVRAM, but the data in it is dependent upon the version of firmware running. This is not that useful. With these two files (CFE and NVRAM-after adding mac) you can JTAG erase all of memory and download both files and then reboot TFTP to 192.168.0.2 any version of firmware you want...OEM, DD-WRT micro, mini and mega.

Given how many times I have bricked and restored this router, I am trying to come up with a repeatable procedure to edit the wiki for the DIR-330. I wish to be able to clearly state how to go from OEM to DD-WRT and back if needed.

mpf


Very good information...I appreciate your contribution to the project. Looks like you and Tornado have things well under control then and your explanation as taught me something about the DLink structure.

Much appreciated.

redhawk

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 19, 2010 2:35    Post subject: WGR614v10 / WNR1000v3 Reply with quote
Model: WGR614v10 North America
FCC ID: PY309300117
Backup method: TFTP/serial - "tftp put /dev/mtd/0ro ..."
Flash: MX25L3205DM23



WGR614v10-BDATA-RAW.BIN
 Description:
Board Data - Blanked MAC and Serial MAC 0x40-0x4B
Serial 0x4C-0x58

Edit: Made MAC generic per redhawk0's above instructions

Download
 Filename:  WGR614v10-BDATA-RAW.BIN
 Filesize:  4 KB
 Downloaded:  1180 Time(s)


CFE128.bin
 Description:

Download
 Filename:  CFE128.bin
 Filesize:  128 KB
 Downloaded:  1177 Time(s)

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 20, 2010 7:14    Post subject: WRT54GSv2 (CGN3) CFE w/ sdram_init=0x010b & bootwait on Reply with quote
Product: LinkSys WRT54GS v2
FCC ID: Q87-WT54GV22
IC ID: 3839A-WT54GV22
Method: SSH & JTAG

Flash Chip: Intel 28F640J3 4Mx16
CPU : Broadcom BCM4712 Rev 1 CPU chip



Mod4UpLoadCFE.BIN
 Description:
MD5 e933502b7858a1428dc8b43200fb3df3
Addr for edit MAC 01e12 => 00:13:10:00:00:01

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 Filename:  Mod4UpLoadCFE.BIN
 Filesize:  256 KB
 Downloaded:  1188 Time(s)

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 25, 2010 8:51    Post subject: Reply with quote
DHC_DarkShadow wrote:
redhawk0 wrote:


It must be on here someplace...I have 2 CFE's for the N16 unit.

redhawk
It's also on the FTP servers


Do you also filter with asiablock or is your server down?

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 07, 2010 5:57    Post subject: WGR614v8 CFE 1.3 Reply with quote
Model: WGR614v8
FCC ID: PY306400057
IC: 4054A-06400057
Flash Chip: MX25L3205A

backuped from web GUI, can be flashed back under DD-WRT.

and a byte swapped version to use with jtag.



cfe128.bin
 Description:
tjtag3 -flash:cfe128 /fc:21

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 Filename:  cfe128.bin
 Filesize:  128 KB
 Downloaded:  1020 Time(s)


cfe.bin
 Description:
mtd write cfe.bin cfe

Download
 Filename:  cfe.bin
 Filesize:  128 KB
 Downloaded:  1069 Time(s)

BasCom
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 07, 2010 21:05    Post subject: Reply with quote
linksys wrt160n v3 cse41 cfe file:

downloaded twice via webinterface, md5summed

d930e4063fb4b07d902322ae351fb052



cfe.bin
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 Filename:  cfe.bin
 Filesize:  256 KB
 Downloaded:  963 Time(s)


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BasCom
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 08, 2010 21:32    Post subject: Reply with quote
here it is now:

a cse31 wrt160n v3

cfe file, brough to us by duncanidahoe



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PostPosted: Fri Mar 26, 2010 16:43    Post subject: Reply with quote
jefbal99 wrote:
I've got a WRT54GS v4 and a WRT54G2 v1 that I can get the CFEs if needed.

I link or list in the first post with the current repository would be great.
Here's the list

List of collected cfe's

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 19, 2010 16:31    Post subject: Reply with quote
I make no promises, but these SHOULD be right if someone wants to take a look at them.

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 21, 2010 2:14    Post subject: Reply with quote
Orbiting234 wrote:
I make no promises, but these SHOULD be right if someone wants to take a look at them.


Thanks, looks ok at a first glance, I will see if I can find the difference in boot between these and their older brothers.

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PostPosted: Sat May 01, 2010 19:56    Post subject: Reply with quote
1) Netgear WNDR3300
2) FCC ID: PY308100078
3) Mode of Backup was though the browser.
4) Don’t know
5) IC ID: 4054A-07300072



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maclover201
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PostPosted: Wed May 05, 2010 3:55    Post subject: Reply with quote
Here are all my CFEs, downloaded through the web interface. Hopefully they help someone out.


cfe_WRT54Gv4.bin
 Description:
CFE for WRT54G v4

Download
 Filename:  cfe_WRT54Gv4.bin
 Filesize:  256 KB
 Downloaded:  1181 Time(s)


cfe_WAP54Gv3_1.bin
 Description:
CFE for WAP54G v3.1

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 Filename:  cfe_WAP54Gv3_1.bin
 Filesize:  256 KB
 Downloaded:  1074 Time(s)


cfe_WRT600Nv1_1.bin
 Description:
CFE for WRT600N v1.1

Download
 Filename:  cfe_WRT600Nv1_1.bin
 Filesize:  256 KB
 Downloaded:  912 Time(s)


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