Updating asus linux
So, we can try to implement all necessary manipulations over the router from the original firmware via a command line by the Telnet access protocol.The most secure and powerful way is using the SSH protocol, but you have to use the insecure Telnet as that’s all ASUS routers ship with it by default.We discovered ASUS Tinker Board powered by Rockchip RK3288 processor earlier this year via some slides hidden in a dark corner of the Internet…ASUS has been incredibly quiet about it, but as the board has finally started to sell in Europe on sites like CPC Farnell UK, Proshop (Denmark), or Jimm’s (Finland) for the equivalent of And indeed, ASUS appears to have launched a board without any support website, firmware image and documentation. But after using some of my voodoo search skills, I finally found firmware images for the board, as well as the schematics, and some other documentations on Asus website.
With TFTP, all of the information about the transfer is specified during the initial command/setup; there is very little client/server interaction compared with standard FTP. Recommended: DO NOT TOUCH YOUR COMPUTER UNTIL ROUTER HAS REBOOTED.The Arch Linux™ name and logo are used under permission of the Arch Linux Project Lead.For the Asus WL-500 series a few extra steps are available/needed when you do the initial flashing of your Asus WL-500 series router, compared to the general TFTP flash procedure.The procedure was devised by mixing the guide above, the details provided on the Open WRT wiki entry about the WL-500G and the detailed page about the WL-500G's recovery mode. You will need most of the files noted above, which can be found HERE and include wl500and wl500g-recover.trx, and the DD-WRT files for this router: dd-wrt.v24_mini_and dd-wrt.v24_std_Some of these steps are very probably unnecessary, but this is the procedure that worked for me so I am sharing it with you.