Netgear GS310TP v1 "Software file update through HTTPS did not complete"

Hello,
I'm trying to install openwrt on my Netgear GS310TP v1 over the GUI. I could not find much information about the GS310TP, so I orientated on the very similiar GS308T. There it is said: "Flash initramfs-kernel image to slot "Image 1" and reboot, then use sysupgrade to install a sysupgrade image permanently."

So I booted the original firmware from image1 (Stock Firmware 1.0.5.7) and then trying to upload the openwrt image to image1, but it always gives me:
"Software file update through HTTPS did not complete":

Anyone also has a GS310TP an can help me or has an idea what is going wrong?

Thank you!

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Thank you for your fast reply! :slight_smile: Did not found that Github commit! Does that mean I have to connect via UART and then load the image over tftp?

It would appears so, yes.

Then thank you very much!

Hi
@workpush

whats the progress? success?

have you already opened the case?

some pictures from the pcb to start build a wiki page and document the device and the install instructions?


Specifications (GS308T)
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 * RTL8380M SoC, 1 MIPS 4KEc core @ 500MHz
 * 128MB DDR3-1600 DRAM (Winbond W631GG8MB-12)
 * 32MB 3v NOR SPI Flash (Winbond W25Q256JVFQ)
 * RTL8231 GPIO extender to control the LEDs and the reset button
 * 8 x 10/100/1000BASE-T ports, internal PHY (RTL8218B)
 * UART (115200 8N1) via unpopulated standard 0.1" pin header marked J1
 * Power is supplied via a 12V 1A barrel connector

Specifications (GS310TP)
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 * RTL8380M SoC, 1 MIPS 4KEc core @ 500MHz
 * Nuvoton M0516LDN for controlling PoE
 * 128MB DDR3-1600 DRAM (Winbond W631GG8MB-12)
 * 32MB 3v NOR SPI Flash (Winbond W25Q256JVFQ)
 * RTL8231 GPIO extender to control the LEDs and the reset button
 * 8 x 10/100/1000BASE-T PoE+ ports, 2 x Gigabit SFP ports,
 internal PHY (RTL8218B)
 * UART (115200 8N1) via unpopulated standard 0.1" pin header marked J1
 * Power is supplied via a 54V 1.25A barrel connector

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is there a convenient way to activate PoE per Port via Luci?

ping @RaylynnKnight

switch with 2 SFP Ports (currently untested).

do you probably have an update on the SFP Slots for the GS310TP?

The GS310TP uses the same GPIO for multiple purposes and I have no idea how to support that. GPIO EXT_36 is used for the scl-gpio for both SFP ports. And GPIO EXT_28 is used for both the
sda-gpio for i2c0 and as the tx-disable-gpio for both ports. So someone will need to determine how to multiplex the GPIO before this can be supported.

Also unlike most Netgear devices that run Linux the source for this device is not listed on the NETGEAR Open Source Code for Programmers (GPL) page.

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