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Hi, I just bought a fon ( i know.. I am a late buyer :) )..

Its the fon 2100

Firmware: 0.7.0 r3 (It is below 0.7.1 r1, ist it??)

I followed the guide: http://wiki.hak5.org/wiki/Fon_Jasager_Install.

But after I have done step 11 I try to connect the fon with my pc via ethernet, but the ip that shows up is

Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :

Link-local IPv6 Address . . . . . : xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Autoconfiguration IPv4 Address. . : 169.254.36.225

Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . : 255.255.0.0

Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . : 0.0.0.0

Why is the ip 169.254.36.225?? I tested it with my laptop too.. (windows7 and xp).. the same... Is is ok, is it wrong.. When I saw the ip I just went WT***??

Can enyone help me plz?? :)

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169.254.36.225 is an private IP.

Dunno wheter the flash went wrong and the Jasager ain't installed correctly.

Fact is, your windows only gives you a Private IP if it can't get one from the dhcp Server (which should run on the Jasager - seems like it doesn't....).

Well - I would advise you to use the FonFlash Tool instead of EasyFlash.

Works better.

Just enter the data the same way as in the tutorial, press flash and power up your fonera.

( And by the way, 192.168.1.1 will be the IP of your Fonera - so you could have i.e. 192.168.1.2 - if you don't get it by dhcp, set it manually and try to connect as described in the Tutorial... Subnetmask for the manual Entry is 255.255.255.0 )

Greetings,

Xeno

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You got that

http://www.gargoyle-router.com/downloads/f...ash-windows.zip

Software?

( Website: http://www.gargoyle-router.com/download.php )

Mh, maybe your pcap is outdated or you got none.

I would recommend you following:

Download and install Wireshark (it will come in handy after you use Jasager some time ;-) - the main fact is that it does install the Winpcap Driver during the install. You MUST have that.

Then REBOOT(!, otherwise that driver component won't load correctly) and try again with Fon Flash.

And if you got some spare time, think about building an serial Adapter for your Fonera. Ain't that hard and its really worth it (or do just get an Serial Mobile Phone Cable and connect it as described and the unbricking Topic...) - and THEN you can really see whats going on on your little fellow...

(I would really recommend to get one - anyway.)

If it ain't an hardware fault, we will get that thing running again I think ^.^.

Cheers and good luck!

Xeno

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Pcap was installed.. Yeah, I used tha program..... Will try to reinstall of programs needed.. But i think that there is no problems with the drivers-programs.. Anyway, tnx mate.. Will tell u in 1-2 days how it worked out (because I have to do a lot these days and I dont know if I will find time) ;) And yeah was planning to build something like an serial Adapter, or howevers this is called (sorry for my English) :)

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I tried it again with an updated version of pcap, but nothing.. the programs stucks there, where is says Ip:192.168.1.0 (I have also tried to manually set the ip of the pc.. but the result is the same...) I dont know what else to do... ( Ich spreche auch deutsch :))

Ok, so lets put it straight and go through the process:

a) Plug your Fon+ Wan Port into your PC Nic.

B) Start FonFlash, leave Type "OpenWRT / Gargoyle", select your NIC.

Rootfs File is openwrt-atheros-root.squashfs

Kernel File is openwrt-atheros-vmlinux.lzma

Press Flash Router now

c) There should be an Output like this:

Reading image file J:\Fon Plus\Jasager 1.0\openwrt-atheros-root.squashfs with 2359296 bytes, rounded to 0x00240000

Reading image file J:\Fon Plus\Jasager 1.0\openwrt-atheros-vmlinux.lzma with 720896 bytes, rounded to 0x000b0000

No packet.

No packet.

No packet.

Non arp received. Make sure, the device is connected directly!

Non arp received. Make sure, the device is connected directly!

Non arp received. Make sure, the device is connected directly!

Non arp received. Make sure, the device is connected directly!

Non arp received. Make sure, the device is connected directly!

Non arp received. Make sure, the device is connected directly!

Non arp received. Make sure, the device is connected directly!

Non arp received. Make sure, the device is connected directly!

Non arp received. Make sure, the device is connected directly!

Non arp received. Make sure, the device is connected directly!

Non arp received. Make sure, the device is connected directly!

Non arp received. Make sure, the device is connected directly!

Non arp received. Make sure, the device is connected directly!

Non arp received. Make sure, the device is connected directly!

No packet.

d) Plugin the Power of your Fon+

e) Then it should recognize your Fon and start loading the first File...

Something like fis init -f

and then the Start of the Flash process...

Does it something like that? Or what exactly is the Output FonFlash gives you?

Where did you get the Fon+, which Type is it (2201?)?, did you plug it into your Lan and let it update on Fon?

What did you do to the Box before you openend this topic? Did you do any of the Steps of Darrens How to?

Until when?

And last but not least: Build yourself this Serial Cable I'm really getting stuck somehow and really think theres something wrong.

By the way, nice to see that you're in Germany too, but we should keep on doin' this Stuff in English, as most ppl do speak English - a) it would be rude to start speaking German - and B) maybe someone does know a better solution than myself and you would miss the chance as he could not read German ;-)...

Good luck!

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I did not connect it to the internet,I followed darens steps untill the flushing.... It does show:

Reading image file J:\Fon Plus\Jasager 1.0\openwrt-atheros-root.squashfs with 2359296 bytes, rounded to 0x00240000

Reading image file J:\Fon Plus\Jasager 1.0\openwrt-atheros-vmlinux.lzma with 720896 bytes, rounded to 0x000b0000

No packet.

No packet.

No packet.

Non arp received. Make sure, the device is connected directly!

Non arp received. Make sure, the device is connected directly!

Non arp received. Make sure, the device is connected directly!

Non arp received. Make sure, the device is connected directly!

Non arp received. Make sure, the device is connected directly!

Non arp received. Make sure, the device is connected directly!

Non arp received. Make sure, the device is connected directly!

Non arp received. Make sure, the device is connected directly!

Non arp received. Make sure, the device is connected directly!

Non arp received. Make sure, the device is connected directly!

Non arp received. Make sure, the device is connected directly!

Non arp received. Make sure, the device is connected directly!

Non arp received. Make sure, the device is connected directly!

Non arp received. Make sure, the device is connected directly!

No packet.

And then is has some ip's, like client ip a mac adress and another ip I think, but then nothing happens...

Its the fon 2100..

Could it be that I had already an newer version tha alowed? (0.7.1 r1)

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hey thats my log with my paths ;-).

i want to have YOURS.

well if it goes on like this i can't find your fon.

are you sure your lan cable is ok and you connect directly your pc to the fonera?

(so like NO OTHER connection, as internet or so on the pc, only pc bound to fonera - lan like,

and after klicking on flash and the first "no packets found" you power up the fonera?

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