I recently encountered an issue after flashing the sysupgrade.bin file via ssh using the sysupgrade command. Following this process, I was unable to obtain the IPv4 address of the router, and even after manually configuring it, I couldn't connect to the router through both ssh and web page.
I attempted to reset the router, but unfortunately, that did not resolve the issue. I am currently seeking guidance on any potential solutions or methods to recover my router from this stage.
Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance!
Thank you for your response, I used the TFTP method for reinstalling OpenWrt. I have attempted to download the OpenWrt image into my TFTP directory (/srv/tftp) and turn on the router in a preferred way, but unfortunately, the router is not responding to it. I have checked the system logs using "grep tftp /var/log/syslog" and confirmed that there is no response from the router.
I am seeking additional guidance on specific steps to take to unbrick the router. If you require any further information, please let me know and I will be happy to provide it. Thank you in advance for your help.
additional guidance would be
- make sure firewall is diabled
if it still fails, take it apart, and find the serial console, if there's one.
@Vigneshwaran1 do you have somewhere a backup of your device (a
HT-FLASH folder), like teredactle had?
Did you try to configure your TFTP server to IP
10.10.10.3? Or to
Unfortunately, I do not have a backup for my device. When I manually set my system's LAN to 10.10.10.254 and connected my router, I received this output in Wireshark:
Time Source Protocol Length Info
3.51873036 PartIIRe_22:73:d1 ARP 62 Who has 10.10.10.3? Tell 10.10.10.123
@xabolcs Thanks for your support. Fortunately, I unbricked my router with the help of your documentation and your's forum posts
Steps to unbrick HooToo HT-TM01:
- Launch a tftp server with dnsmasq on Linux by following this guide: Click Here.
- Configure your system's LAN to use a fixed IP address of 10.10.10.3 (note that this may vary for different devices, so check with Wireshark to confirm).
- Connect your router to your system using an ethernet cable.
- Download the sysupgrade.bin file and save it to the tftp directory (usually located at srv/tftp), then rename it to Kernal.bin.
- To enter the bootloader mode, press and hold the reset button on the router, then press the power button for 3-5 seconds.
- Check Wireshark for any tftp packets.
- If everything is set up correctly, the Kernal.bin file should begin flashing, which may take up to 10 minutes.
- Change your system's LAN IP address to a fixed IP of 192.168.1.2 and use 192.168.1.1 to access LuCI.
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