ASUSWRT Merlin Build 384.5 or later ON Linksys EA6900 or EA6700

Discussion in 'Other Firmware Projects' started by Starbuck99, Jun 26, 2018.

  1. apvmtan

    apvmtan Serious Server Member

    Code:
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    bl_version=1.1.2.0
    bootflags=1
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    odmpid=RT-AC66U_B1
    model=RT-AC68U
    ATEMODE=1
    HW_ver=1.90
    PA=5003
    nospare=1
    cpurev=c0
    94:10:3E:86:05:E7 +4 is 94:10:3E:86:05:EB https://www.tkcomputerservice.com/hexadecimal_conversion_chart.htm#close

    At the top is what my asus cfe looks like (I have changed my mac address to yours, the one I uploaded has my mac address) hope this help.
     
  2. gametx

    gametx New Member Member

  3. ymom411

    ymom411 Reformed Router Member

    Thanks guys. So now I have ruled out that I had a bad MAC address. That gives me hope.

    Tonight I'll see if the router accepts the Brainslayer FW so I can start from the beginning. I'll post back with the results.
     
  4. apvmtan

    apvmtan Serious Server Member

    This is what I did after I uploaded the Asus cfe with Brainslayer FW still within the modem. I turned off the ea6900 and unplugged it, I hold the red reset button with a pin and then turn the ea6900 on, the Linksys LED should light up and eventually turn off and after about 20-30 or maybe more seconds it will turn back on again, release the reset key. I use ASUS Firmware Restoration version 2.0.0.0. from windows to flash asus merlin firmware.
     
  5. ymom411

    ymom411 Reformed Router Member

    Tried this again and before I started I confirmed that the vortex CFE is loaded with the correct MAC addresses and the the router is running vortex ea6900 380.70.

    No matter what I do the router will not accept the Brainslayer FW. I've also tried to re-upload vortex ea6900 380.70. For both I get an "invalid image" error. For Brainslayer I am using linksys-ea6900-webflash.bin and for Vortex I am using the TRX file. If I try to upload via the CFE recovery page, I get a "timed out" message error.

    I'm at a loss as to what to do next, but at least the router is running with the vortex FW.
     
  6. gametx

    gametx New Member Member

    Take the cfe.bin that's been uploaded for you in post #101.

    Use WinSCP to copy the .bin file and mtd-write (511 kb version from here https://github.com/RMerl/asuswrt-merlin/blob/master/release/src/router/rom/cfe/mtd-write) to /home/root.
    Run in ssh on the same directory 'chmod u+x mtd-write' and then './mtd-write new_cfe.bin boot' and 'reboot'. Then do 'mtd-write2 FW_RT_AC68U_30043763626.trx linux' (or the newer one, or Merlin's) and reset nvram. You'll have it running in no time (+ 3 minutes) - and from there you'll be able to change the firmware as you wish from the webui.
     
  7. ymom411

    ymom411 Reformed Router Member

    Can't thank you enough for your patience and help. I managed to load vortex 384.6 on the router. All my attempts to load an ASUS firmware failed with a "bad trx header" error. I'll try again tomorrow after I get some sleep.
     
  8. Zoltrix

    Zoltrix Network Newbie Member

    Thanks for the help. I totally misunderstood what the instructions meant regarding the mac address side of things. I've now added those correct mac addresses to my new-cfe.bin file.

    But I don't know how to apply those changes now that I am running the AdvancedTomato firmware? If I use the "mtd unlock /dev/mtd0" command it gives me an error.
     
  9. Starbuck99

    Starbuck99 Network Newbie Member

    Anyone having trouble installing latest firmware, follow post #101 from gametx
    The easiest least problematic way of updating either firmware or the CFE is using mtd-write
    This can unfortunately only be done from within either some version of Merlin or the official ASUSWRT firmware.
    Mtd-write doesn't work properly in either tomato or dd-wrt.
     
  10. Zoltrix

    Zoltrix Network Newbie Member

    Hey mate, do you mean post 106? Thie info below? How do you get the Merlin or the official ASUSWRT firmware installed when running tomato?

     
  11. apvmtan

    apvmtan Serious Server Member

    you need to add a file call mtd-write to the same place with your new cfe in order to upload it or you have to go back to the older ddwrt which has the file embedded.
     
  12. apvmtan

    apvmtan Serious Server Member

    The easiest way is to flash the older ddwrt firmware that cybrnook provided in his original thread, I think the other guy's thread has it for download and update cfe with that version of ddwrt.

    The other way is to download a file call mtd-write and put it in the same location with the new cfe and update it. I think newer ddwrt, tomato, Asuswrt etc don't have that file thus the error.

    I have a mtd-write dated back 2011 and I used it to flash a revised vortex cfe when I had a version of vortex asuswrt on my ea6900. (thanks to cybrnook)

    Also for tomato and Asuswrt, the location is no longer at /tmp/root but /tmp/home/root (I think that is the right path if memory serves me right).

    Update, refer to post #38 of the following thread if you have tomato or asuswrt and you want to update your cfe from there https://www.linksysinfo.org/index.php?threads/discontinuing-this-guide.71718/
     
    Last edited: Sep 25, 2018
  13. Zoltrix

    Zoltrix Network Newbie Member

    Thanks for the help Starbuck99 and apvmtan. So I can leave tomato running and use the mtd-write tool? Just upload it to /tmp/home/root and run these commands? "Run in ssh on the same directory 'chmod u+x mtd-write' and then './mtd-write new_cfe.bin boot' and 'reboot'."
     
  14. apvmtan

    apvmtan Serious Server Member

    Yes, you can leave tomato running but please read post #38 of the following thread if you have tomato or asuswrt and you want to update your cfe from there https://www.linksysinfo.org/index.php?threads/discontinuing-this-guide.71718/

    You need to download the proper mtd-write from link on that post.
     
  15. Zoltrix

    Zoltrix Network Newbie Member

  16. Zoltrix

    Zoltrix Network Newbie Member

    ah no go... got the following error

    Code:
    root@unknown:/tmp/home/root# ./mtd-write -i new-cfe.bin -d boot
    ./mtd-write: can't load library 'libdisk.so'
    
     
  17. apvmtan

    apvmtan Serious Server Member

    My mtd-write file is 77kb in size. Bear in mind I used it with vortex merlin firmware on my ea6900 and vortex cfe.

    upload the mtd-write to the same directory as your new-cfe.bin

    SSH to your router then do the following command one by one.



    cd /tmp/home/root

    ls
    (make sure all the files are there)

    chmod +x mtd-write

    mtd unlock /dev/mtd0

    mtd write -f new-cfe.bin mtd0


    I'll try to test it with merlin firmware on my router and see if I have the same error when I have some time in the afternoon and report back.
     
  18. Zoltrix

    Zoltrix Network Newbie Member

    The mtd-write file I got from jernau's CFETOOLS.zip is 717kb, and the one from github is 512kb...
     
  19. Zoltrix

    Zoltrix Network Newbie Member

    Heya... latest output below

    Code:
    root@unknown:/tmp/home/root# ls
    mtd-write    new-cfe.bin
    root@unknown:/tmp/home/root# chmod +x mtd-write
    root@unknown:/tmp/home/root# mtd unlock /dev/mtd0
    -sh: mtd: not found
    root@unknown:/tmp/home/root#
    
     
  20. Zoltrix

    Zoltrix Network Newbie Member

    Can I switch back to dd-wrt just by using the upgrade option in tomato? And then do the mtd-write?
     
  21. apvmtan

    apvmtan Serious Server Member

    You are right, it was 717kb, my eyes are failing me. Do you have vortex cfe on it now? you should be able to flash back to ddwrt from tomato if you do but you need to do a reset afterwards by pressing the wpa button until the linksys logo starts flashing.

    Personally, I use Asus recuse utility to upload different firmware. Was busy yesterday but will try to test this afternoon and see.
     
  22. Zoltrix

    Zoltrix Network Newbie Member

    Not sure about the vortex cfe. I used the cfe from here https://userscloud.com/nmncz3kl7ra7 that was provided as part of the instructions here http://www.linksysinfo.org/index.ph...n-ea6900-v1-v1-1-without-32k-bug-renew.74084/

    If Asus rescue is the preferred way, are the instructions here accurate? https://www.asus.com/au/support/FAQ/1000814/

    Can you use that to flash ddwrt?
     
  23. apvmtan

    apvmtan Serious Server Member

  24. Zoltrix

    Zoltrix Network Newbie Member

    Thanks again for your help. Using the Asus utility I got the ddwrt firmware back on. Then I updated the cfe file with the correct MAC addresses, etc.

    I then flashed tomato back on. Then tried to put the official Asus firmware back on again. Which didn't work. I'm guessing maybe this guide doesn't work for v1.1 Australian versions of the EA6900.
     
  25. cybrnook

    cybrnook Addicted to LI Member

    Why do you keep bouncing back to tomato?

    Just flash the new CFE, boot into recovery web server, upload Merlin, and then hold the WPS button during the first cold boot to wipe nvram, done.
     
  26. apvmtan

    apvmtan Serious Server Member

    If you have Asus cfe already and can not boot into recovery web server, use Asus utility to flash Merlin or official asus firmware. I don't know which Tomato you flashed but if you flashed ea6900 tomato, it may cause some problem but either recovery web server or Asus utility will fix it.
     
  27. Zoltrix

    Zoltrix Network Newbie Member

    The original instructions say to flash to tomato before flashing to the official Asus firmware. It also says to install the official Asus firmware before installing Merlin.

    Are you saying you can go straight from ddwrt/mini webserver to Merlin?
     
  28. cybrnook

    cybrnook Addicted to LI Member

    You can go from the webserver to whatever you really want :) just wipe nvram after the flash.
     
  29. Zoltrix

    Zoltrix Network Newbie Member

    Cool thanks for the tip. Is there a particular Merlin version I should use? Eg the one for ASUS RT-AC68U?
     
  30. cybrnook

    cybrnook Addicted to LI Member

    Only one version you can use.... RT-AC68U
     
  31. Zoltrix

    Zoltrix Network Newbie Member

    Just flashed Merlin using the mini webserver and after clearing the NVRAM, Tomato came up lol wtf
     
  32. Zoltrix

    Zoltrix Network Newbie Member

    I..... don't..................... believe it..............................
     

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  33. sohouser

    sohouser New Member Member

    Finally after several attempts asus firmware is running on my router. its been running stable for the last 6 hours. Temp is high ~80C but checking on other forums it seems okay. Thanks
     
    Last edited: Sep 30, 2018
  34. baani59

    baani59 Connected Client Member


    How did you resolve this problem?
     
  35. Zoltrix

    Zoltrix Network Newbie Member

    I ended up using the Asus rescue utility to go back to ddwrt, and then reapply the cfe file. What firmware are you currently on?
     
  36. baani59

    baani59 Connected Client Member

    I am on Xwrt 380.69.
    According #125 - "Just flash the new CFE,..."

     
  37. Zoltrix

    Zoltrix Network Newbie Member

  38. baani59

    baani59 Connected Client Member

    Thank you.
    I'll try it next week. My wife is away. :D
     
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  39. Zoltrix

    Zoltrix Network Newbie Member

    ;)
     
  40. bzbeer

    bzbeer New Member Member

    Hi, first post here. Thanks for all the information & guides.

    I flashed my EA6900 to Xwrt-Vortex (followed the guide by @cybrnook) about two years back. Been using it without any issues and am currently on FW 380.70.0 (the latest release). Since it will not be getting any further updates, I want to flash it with the official Asus RT-AC68U firmware on my EA6900 (am interested in the AiMESH feature).

    So, my question is, to move from XVortex 380.70.0 to offical Asus FW, what steps do I follow?

    Since I already have SSH & Telnet enabled, can I just get the nvram and stock-cfe.bin and start from there?
    OR do I need to use Asus Rescue Tool to flash BrainSlayer's DD-wrt version and start from there?
    OR is there a simpler process?

    Sorry if I seem to be repeating the same question again. I've read all the posts several times - been here for a couple of hours now but I just seem to be missing some key element. The posts #125 and #137 seem to have the answer but it is eluding me.

    I'd appreciate if someone can explain the steps in a bit more detail for me. Thanks
     
  41. cybrnook

    cybrnook Addicted to LI Member

    Post #28 has the CFE you want (B1). Download that, use the CFE Edit tool to add in the basic values we need, mac addresses, secret key, then flash.

    When you reboot, you would use the recovery webserver at least for the initial flash. Once flashed, hold the WPS button during first boot to wipe/reset your nvram and reload from the new values.
     
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  42. bzbeer

    bzbeer New Member Member

    Thank you for the reply.
    I downloaded the B1 firmware and will try it this evening.
    I will post an update..... Hope everything goes well.
     
  43. cybrnook

    cybrnook Addicted to LI Member

    I want to make sure I was clear, and not assuming.

    You are going to make your cfe using the cfe editor. Then you will flash that CFE from the OS of your current build using the uploaded mtd-write you will need to upload.

    Once the CFE is flashed, you reboot in recovery webserver and flash your latest Merlin build. Once done, shut it down, and then hold WPS on first boot to wipe nvram.
     
  44. bzbeer

    bzbeer New Member Member

    Thanks for clarifying. Yes, that is what I understood.

    So, I was at it for about 2 hours this night and failed to even start the update.

    First, I tried to flash brainslayer's dd-wrt firmware without any success. I followed the steps and the light was flashing but the Asus Restore utility kept saying that the "Router is not in rescue mode".

    After struggling with that for an hour I gave up on that and tried to see if I can update the CFE directly. While SSH worked fine, WinSCP wouldn't connect. I figured SFTP is not available on the XVortex fw, so tried to use PSCP instead to copy the files but that too didn't work. And I stopped trying after an hour.

    So, 2 hours of effort and I didn't advance a single step - am exactly where I was when I started :mad:

    I have a TM-1900 coming in tomorrow and will do that first before attempting the EA6900 again.
     
  45. Zoltrix

    Zoltrix Network Newbie Member

    Anyone having issues with Merlin reliably working? I did have it working. Now won't boot into Merlin anymore, just the mini webserver recovery page.
     
  46. bzbeer

    bzbeer New Member Member

    I gave it another go today morning and SUCCESS!!
    My EA6900 is now running the latest RT-AC68U firmware (Version 3.0.0.4.384.32799).

    Here are the steps I followed:
    - The EA6900 (v1.1) was running Xwrt-Vortex FW ver 380.70. First I reset it to factory defaults and turned it off.
    - Set my PC IP address to 192.168.1.2 and connect the router via network cable.
    - Restarted the router in "Rescue Mode". (I figured out what I did wrong yesterday, I was waiting too long to let go of the reset button, held it pressed for more than 15 secs. It worked if I let go after 10 secs).
    - Used the Asus Firmware Restoration utility to flash Brain Slayer's dd-wrt FW.
    - Restarted the router and enabled SSH & Telnet. Was now able to connect with Putty & WinSCP.
    - Opened the "cfe_ac66u_b1_1.1.2.0.bin" (from post #28, thanks @Starbuck99) in the CFEEdit tool and changed four values for et0macaddr, 0:macaddr, 1:macaddr and secret_code to match my router's values.
    - Saved it as new-cfe.bin, uploaded it to the router and flashed it using mtd (as per instructions)
    - Powered off the router and restarted it in rescue mode to get the 'CFE miniWeb Server' page. Tried to flash the RT-AC68U firmware through that but it just hung for a while and timed out. Tried it four times with same result.
    - So the next time, I restarted the router in the rescue mode but instead of the miniWeb Server, I used the Asus Firmware Restoration utility to flash the firmware. It worked on the first try. Upload was a bit slow, but it completed and verfied successfully.
    - Powered off the router and restarted it with the WPS (blue) button pressed to clear nvram. Held it pressed for about 30 secs after power on and the released it. But no web-gui, waited 3 minutes and restarted the router but still no web-gui.
    - I was about to restart it again when I noticed that he LAN port light was blinking rapidly indicating some traffic. So I left it like that and went and did something else. I came back after 30 mins and hit refresh and finally got the Asus Quick Wizard page. Yay :D

    Whole process took about an hour. All options seem to available, but time will tell if they all work and how stable it will be. Planning to configure the Ai-Mesh with my TM-AC1900.

    One question - any reason why we are using the RT-AC66U CFE instead of RT-AC68? The web-gui also says RT-AC66U-B1. Would be nice if it can say Rt-AC68U.
     
  47. cybrnook

    cybrnook Addicted to LI Member

  48. bzbeer

    bzbeer New Member Member

    You know, I did see that post yesterday but it didn't register at all.... it was all greek & latin to me :p
    But reading it now makes sense. Hey, that's a clear measure how much I've learnt in one day!

    On a side note, I am unable to get the AC68U router (modified TM-AC1900) see the EA6900 as AiMESH node. I have another TM-AC1900 and it was found and configured as a node after couple of tries. But the EA6900 is not being found no matter how many times I try. I tired downgrading the firmware to two of the older versions, but still no luck.

    Can anyone confirm that the AiMESH works on the EA6900 with AC68U firmware? If yes, please post the version of firmware you are using. Thanks.
     
  49. cybrnook

    cybrnook Addicted to LI Member

    http://www.linksysinfo.org/index.ph...n-linksys-ea6900-or-ea6700.74209/#post-299084
     
  50. leoncici

    leoncici New Member Member

    This also works exactly the same for the R7000. but when i change the lan ip address, it reboot all the time.
     
  51. leoncici

    leoncici New Member Member

    you used 3 routers for testing AIMESH.and i want to know which is the router ?and whch is the Node?
     
  52. baani59

    baani59 Connected Client Member

    I flashed my router at the weekend from Xwrt 380.69 to Asus Merlin 384.7 successfully. Many thanks Starbuck99, cybrnook and Zoltrix.

    (I used CFE from #28, but the router's USB3.0 port didn't work. I added a row "gpio10=usbport2" and that's fine.)
     
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