Posts Tagged ‘router’
Saturday, November 22nd, 2014
Martin Melchior has been experimenting with switch-selectable configurations for a TP-Link TL-WR703n router. The setup allows for quick changes in configuration dictated by changes in location or circumstances. It allows the router's use as a Ethernet to WiFi bridge (Access point), since it's handy to have your own WiFi at...
Tags: ethernet, mods, router, TP-Link TL-WR703N, WiFi
Posted in hacks, wireless | No Comments »
Wednesday, July 10th, 2013
Dirk has written an article detailing how to make a simple Arduino wireless shield using the TL-WR702N wifi router: There’s always the need for cheaper Arduino equipment and there’s always the need for wireless activities in your project. But an Arduino wireless shield costs much. Everyone of us has got...
Tags: Arduino shield, router, TL-WR702N
Posted in Arduino, wireless | 3 Comments »
Monday, June 24th, 2013
At the recent BSidesRI conference in Rhode Island, USA, James Edge presented an overview of the TP-Link WR703N wireless router, and how it is modifiable akin to the WRT54G. (The manufacturer's website does not contain documentation for the 703N. The linked doc is for the 702N, which has many of...
Tags: BSides conference, router, TP-link WR703N, WiFi
Posted in hacks, talks, wireless | 10 Comments »
Wednesday, May 8th, 2013
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...
Tags: debricking, router
Posted in MSP430 | 4 Comments »
Tuesday, January 8th, 2013
Musti is a fan of the Bus Pirate and writes to share his method for using it to unbrick a TP-Link wireless router. The router had been bricked during a failed firmware upgrade, and Musti was able to desolder the FLASH memory chip and rewrite the bootloader to it using...
Tags: flash, router, TP-Link WR741ND
Posted in BP v3, how-to | No Comments »
Tuesday, March 27th, 2012
Lloyd Atkinson writes: I was recently researching the possibility of running OpenWRT on one of my Netgear Wireless access points. I came across a Netgear page that has available TAR files of source code for hundreds of their devices! So far, it appears that Netgear uses BusyBox Linux on their...
Tags: Netgear, router
Posted in code, hacks, open source | 2 Comments »
Tuesday, December 8th, 2009
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...
Tags: router, wrt320n
Posted in Bus Pirate | 2 Comments »