Upon opening it, I have a place to put my Meraki-firmware.bin file, a place to put my kernal file, yet the Meraki doesn't seem to have one? Could someone confirm or deny this?
A box to check to create an Nvram Partition for DD-WRT, a box to check to uncompress load (do I not check this if I don't have a Kernal?), and an Interface drop down which is self explanatory.
Can anyone tell me the proper inputs to enter? Thank you.
Joined: 29 Dec 2007 Posts: 42 Location: New England, USA
Posted: Tue Jan 08, 2008 20:46 Post subject:
Hi Sash. That link doesn't seem to work. But I think I know what you're getting at. If you're talking about the text file in the Meraki section, I don't get it. I need a little bit of help on that. Would the Flash Utility be the Redboot console? That doesn't seem to make sense. It would be greatly appreciated if you would elaborate. Thank you.
then type "fconfig" to configure the start script which must look like
fis load vmlinux.bin
then u will have to apply 9 time or something.
after you configured and saved the redboot config, type "reset" to reboot the unit
the unit should now boot up and can be reached on the automaticly assigned ip on ethernet (your server or connected router must provide dhcp)
beside this you may connect with wireless too at ssid "dd-wrt"
additionally you can reach the meraki mini on the fallback ethernet ip 169.254.255.1 _________________ Forum Guidelines...How to get help
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