I found suprisingly little information about the Nanoleaf Aurora light panel controller (https://us-shop.nanoleaf.me/products/light-panels-wifi-controller-with-psu-and-ac-cable) so I decided to do a bit of digging myself. Much to my delight I was able to find a UART on the board that would readily send a bootlog at me at 57600 baud.
Much to my surprise, this board already runs OpenWRT!
## Booting image at bc050000 ... . Image Name: MIPS OpenWrt Linux-3.18.18 Image Type: MIPS Linux Kernel Image (lzma compressed) Data Size: 1087989 Bytes = 1 MB Load Address: 80000000 Entry Point: 80000000
Hardware seems to be RT5350 with 32M RAM and 16M flash.
Unfortunately I am unable to get into the shell as it is requesting a password.
nmap cannot find any open ports on the IP the device gets and logging in is password secured.
I tried getting in via U-Boot by modifying the boot commandline but U-Boot doesn't seem to be able to save anything that follows after a space into the env.
Any ideas what could be done here?
Thanks a lot guys.
P.S.: I was unable to find any GPL-compliant info from Nanoleaf. Are they in violation?