I am unable to ping my device at either the ubiquiti or openwrt default addresses. (192.168.1.1, 192.168.1.20)
I installed [openwrt-19.07.3-ath79-generic-ubnt_nanostation-m-squashfs-factory.bin and than I installed back XM.v22.214.171.124002.150723.1344.bin through openwrt... Now I am not able to use it.
"connect the POE side of the POE adapter into the Bullet M2 (or any other AirMax device)." So I have one bricked Nanostation M2 32MB SDRAM, 8MB Flash and some old Nanostation M2 4MB FLASH / 32MB RAM. Will it be fine ?I don't quite understand how should it be connected.
If you need more details, you will have to locate the person who placed the instructions on the Wiki; or someone who has the device. Applying power to the device doesn't seem confusing to me; so I'm unsure how to answer. Hope this helps.
You don't show what's needed to determine that (you photographed the board at an angle hiding the labels behind cables).
You set it up according to Step 3 (which your pic doesn't fully show; but the settings listed on the Wiki are common serial defaults anyway).
(Are you saying you're unfamiliar with serial cabling?)
TX <> RX
RX <> TX
Ground/Earth <> Ground/Earth
Also, please refrain from editing previous posts to add additional information, it makes the thread difficult to follow.
Also, in order to understand FULLY and assist you, I hope you've listed list ALL Steps you have an issue with (because now you're stating you have questions about Steps 2 and 3, in addition to Step 7).
I have successfully unbricked my Nanostation M2 and now my question is what is the right way to install stock firmware on Nastation M2 over openwrt ? I would like to avoid this instruction next time...
which instructions should I read carefully ?I am completely a newbie.
I think the new tutorial should be written how to do it for a completely newbie like me. The Youtube tutorial would be great. Step by step as for a idiot.
The instructions that tell you how to install "stock firmware":
Feel free to edit the Wiki yourself at your earliest convenience (you own the device)...but I'm not sure how the phrase "stock firmware" can be edited to be more clearer...given you used the same phrase...