Help me! Installation Failure

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If that dosent work you may want to try and boot in to the second firmware of the device wich can be done in 3 ways the esisest being

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I installed this version first

and then this one.


After installing the second one, the router did not come up at and I used the reset button on the back of the device and the current situation occurred.

This may have been a snapshot, which does not include the LuCI web interface.

Did you try pinging the router?


That address does not work.

Try to boot it in to the second firmware and write back what hapend


Yes, the same was written in the description of this file! No, I did not receive a reply from the address you mentioned

Let's see the results of the ping test... a screenshot or copy/paste should work.


This is not a ping test. This is a web browser.

Please open a command terminal and ping from there.


Thank you, But I know nothing about what you are saying, obviously​:smiling_face_with_tear::smiling_face_with_tear:

Google is your friend here...


Try to boot it in to the backup partion on the device using the Instructions above pls


Is that right?

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The firmware just dosent have the luci dashboard installed


Ok. What can i do?

Run the comand bellow

ssh root@

It shoud drop you in to the router shell form there you can install the dashboard
Google is also your frend on how to install the dashboard :slight_smile:

Here is a guide:


Thank you very much for your help, dear friends.
I hope I can refer to you if I run into a problem


That means it is working.

Like I said before, you likely installed a snapshot. The additional installation was not necessary.

You'll now need to ssh into the router to resolve this (unless the other partition has a working installation of OpenWrt with LuCI).

  • download and install an application like PuTTY which is an ssh terminal.
  • download the sysupgrade image from here
  • copy the firmware file to your router using scp (I think PuTTY can do scp) to directory /tmp on the router
  • ssh into the router using PuTTY (username = root, password is blank)
  • run the following command:
sysupgrade -n /tmp/openwrt-22.03.2-mvebu-cortexa9-linksys_wrt3200acm-squashfs-sysupgrade.bin
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The windows has built in ssh? XD
Why download putty where is built in ssh tool in the windows cmd?

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