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  1. http://www.amazon.com/Alfa-Wireless-Origin...t/dp/B001O9X9EU Some say the 5dbi antenna is better. Some say 9. I have 5. Whichever you think would be best.
  2. Step 1: Throw away iphone. Step 2: Buy Nokia N900 Step 3: There is no step 3.
  3. I made the tftp server my girlfriend. Everything is alright now I think. I had to jump through quite a few hoops in order to get it all working, but I think I have it now. If anyone else has one of these and can't get it working, I can explain what tweaks I had to make to the various HOWTOs in order to get mine working. Thanks again digi, I owe ya one.
  4. Oh, nice! I was wondering how the hell that was supposed to work. Couldn't imagine ctrl+c was going to effect anything on the router via telnet. I'll get on that ASAP. Thanks for all the help digi. Sorry for bein such a noobtard.
  5. Alright, this is as far as I have gotten. What steps do I take from here? ctrl+c doesn't appear to do anything. ctrl+] just brings me to... telnet> I have not been able to issue 'passwd' since it is an invalid command. The way I have it set up is side by side terminals with a ping running in one, and "telnet 192.168.0.1 9000" waiting in the other. As soon as the ping is returned, I hit enter on the telnet. It supposedly lets me connect, but eventually the pings stop returning and nothing changes on the telnet side.
  6. I believe I have tried 8.09.1 I'll try the above and see if anything changes.
  7. Rather than discuss the same issues in a bunch of different threads, please see this: http://www.hak5.org/forums/index.php?showt...mp;#entry156132 EDIT: To answer your question. Yes, I followed the steps above, but once I flash, my router only stays on for 4 second, on 192.168.0.1. - I have been able to ping it in that time slot, but I have not been able to access it by any other means. Certainly not telneting to port 23.
  8. You successfully flashed a open-mesh OM1P with the Jasager package?? What steps did you take?
  9. So it is on 192.168.0.1, very briefly. Guide me digi...
  10. I know people have had problems with the Watchdog causing it to reboot every 5 minutes. But, I am not sure if that could have anything to do with the current problem. I have also read that you have to telnet or SSH on port 9000, or that the router has an IP of something other than 192.168.x.x Are all the ports and addresses hardcoded in your package? Or is there some chance I just haven't found the right address/port combo yet? Also, while watching the Gargoyle Fonflash utility work, I notice the addresses 192.168.0.0 and 192.168.0.1 fly by, but it is too fast for me to read, esp on my netbook. I have tried those addresses, but no luck. Anyone have any clues? Can anyone confirm they have this working on the open-mesh "professional" with the watchdog feature? Thanks for your input digi, I'll keep working on this. If all else fails, I'll round up a serial cable.
  11. I have flashed with the "Jasager Firmware 1.0", with my laptop connected to the only port on this router, the wan port. The only conflict it could have is with my laptop, and I have set my laptop's IP to 192.168.1.2, .99, etc etc I have also attached to to another router with DHCP to see if it was looking for an IP address, but it never received one. I have read elsewhere that these may have a problem rebooting after the flash, and seem to get stuck. They can be re-flashed once they reach this state, but there does not seem to be anything else that can be done with them from this state. I have also tried looking for it on a different subnet. But I have been unable to communicate with it. Could it have anything to do with this router being previously setup with http://dashboard.open-mesh.com ? I have read that you shouldn't allow the FON to update before flashing, but I didn't read anything about the open-mesh, so I didn't hesitate to plug it into a router and allow it to get an internet connection when I first got it.
  12. No, I cannot ping it. Yes, I have set my interface to 192.168.1.99, 1.2, 0.2, 2.2, 3.2. Yes, I have multiple interfaces. I have attempted to telnet/ssh/ftp/sftp/etc etc with and without my wireless enabled. I have connected it to another router and run scans to try and find it's IP. I have run scans to ping all possibilities on subnets 0-10 I cannot access the router no matter what I try. Any other suggestions.
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