This is not impossible at all.
I used something called "Firmware Toolkit" to add
telnet to the original firmware, wich has worked
just fine. This is a free tool, and with that, you
can unpack the original firmware, edit the file,
and repack it.
Guru developers! - BS first:
Possible to flash 6300v1 with 6400 from ddwrt asus firmware from webinterface or possibly bricks?
What do you think? And one more! if it wont start after flash, uart-vfe-tftp could work still to mend it, am i right?
It is a fool idea to edit the code of html, it can be easily seen , that upload passes that point , so not client side problem, it is a firmware problem, possibly firmware kit solves, but telnet also an outstanding idea.
I had to take it out of use and put my r7000 in.
No matter which channel I tried the 2.4ghz crawled, in 20hz of course.
In the system info page it said it was 5.5mbps. _________________ I am far from a guru, I'm barely a novice.
Yes and since we all know how to do that will you tell me how you done it for that specific device? I opened the case and no uart port at first sight, and please give me the point where can i read how to connect ea6300v1 w serial line mode , and how you uploaded the image, plus why .trx image you wrote?
I guess the cfe stop command will be found somewhere ......
To stop the cfe use control + C like the guide says.
I used the file linked in this thread from today.
The serial port is the white one with 6 small pins.
Last one on the right is ground, second to last is tx or rx, then the fourth to last is txt or rx.
_________________ I am far from a guru, I'm barely a novice.
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Posted: Thu Aug 20, 2015 23:55 Post subject: I am a terrible person, so here's a working webflash
Flash this, then flash the full version of DD-WRT on the FTP.
linksys-ea6400-numinit-super-hacky-smaller-version.bin will give you a partially broken version of dd-wrt (stripped of many binaries that made the image too big), then you can flash linksys-ea6400-webflash.bin to get the whole thing working.
I am a terrible person for making this, but it works. A hex editor was involved, but, damnit, I've had this router for 2 years and never been able to get DD-WRT loaded onto it.
Permalink to initial webflash: [see signature]
The DD-WRT FTP will get you the rest of the way. Enjoy