Experience with Belkin Share F7D3302 v1

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 23, 2011 22:02    Post subject: Experience with Belkin Share F7D3302 v1 Reply with quote
I would like to share my experience with flashing the Belkin Share F7D3302 v1  router. After hours of probes and errors I managed to flash the router and have the rndis support and usb internet connection through my htc hd2. Here are the steps I have preformed:
A. Flashing the firmware with DD-WRT v24-sp2 (04/13/11) mega (SVN revision 16785)
First to mention - the hard reset 30/30/30 is not working on these router!

1. Press reset button and unplug and plug the power cable still holding reset button for 7 sec. The power led blink short and turn off and the router is in Cli or mini server mode and listening on
2. Make manually the connection ( assigning IP, subnet, Gateway on lan card connected to one of wired port of router.).
3. In browser's address field type
4. Through web interface choose the firmware file.
Initially I used the mini build – dd-wrt.v24-15337_NEWD-2_K2.6_mini_f7d3302.bin. I'm not sure waiting 5 min after successfully flashing is necessary but better wait.
5. Then unplug and plug power cable. If dd-wrt does not boot then perform step 1 to 3. In web interface choose restore or refresh nvram. DD-WRT should appear. (here I spent a lot of hours until recognising what the problem is, because my router did not boot. I thought I have bricked the router but it was not!)
6. In DD-WRT interface (logging through dhcp) go to firmware upgrade and install DD-WRT v24-sp2 (04/13/11) mega (SVN revision 16785).

B. Enabling the RNDIS support
here are the post I followed:

1. Download the kernel modules usb-rndis-lite.zip (post 1)
2. Enable jffs in DD-WRT
3. scp the unzipped modules to /jffs/tmp
4. telnet to
5. Insmod the modules

insmod /jffs/tmp/usbnet.ko
insmod /jffs/tmp/cdc_ether.ko
insmod /jffs/tmp/rndis_host.ko
5. Connect the phone and enable USB internet sharing
6. ifconfig rndis0 up
7. udhcpc -i rndis0 -s /tmp/udhcpc (obtain IP from phone)
8. Now the router has internet connection

C. Routing the connection between rndis0 and lan/wlan

1. Here I found real problems. nvram setting didn’t work for me nor iptables setting alone.
2. I must perform iptables -F. Then
iptables -I FORWARD -i br0 -o rndis0 -j ACCEPT

iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -o rndis0 -j MASQUERADE
3. Internet connection is available on lan/wlan.

Surely that is not a for daily use solution. After phone disconnect all setting must be set again manually trough ssh or telnet.
So I hope that this functionality will be implemented in future DD-WRT builds.
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