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Resurrecting a WRT54G router with a launchpad

Posted on Wednesday, May 8th, 2013 in MSP430 by DP

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Lalalandrus over at the 430h forum shares his experience  debricking a WRT54G router  with a MSP430 Launchpad:

I ported the code to a MSP430. Changing pinouts should be relatively straight forward in the DEFINES. . The router is fixed but took literally days, backing up the 128k CFE took three days even though I didnt need it. Wrtiting is a little faster at one-ish day.

Via 43oh.

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4 Responses to “Resurrecting a WRT54G router with a launchpad”

  1. Cde says:

    They changed the code, its a lot faster now (hours vs days)

  2. Crawford says:

    Umm. Pretty sure that’s WRT54G, not WRTG54 … (since I have a couple of them)

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