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Unbricking a WRT320N router with the Bus Pirate

Posted on Tuesday, December 8th, 2009 in Bus Pirate by Ian

If you’d like to hack your router, check out this thread about unbricking a WRT320N router using the Bus Pirate. There’s lots of good information about how to connect the Bus Pirate and reset the router.

In related Bus Pirate news:

  • We fixed a reported bug in the live UART monitor macro. An updated nightly compile is available in the project SVN.
  • Seeed Studio is now shipping Bus Pirate preorder 3. We finally met the initial demand, and there are now extra Bus Pirates available for immediate delivery. Thanks to everyone who has supported this project!

Photo by Uwe.

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2 Responses to “Unbricking a WRT320N router with the Bus Pirate”

  1. drc says:

    NSLU2 pictured

  2. Rubi says:

    Imho this is a NLSU2.

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