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Modify the default settings of WAG200G

Discussion in 'Other Linksys Equipment' started by sozz, Jan 7, 2008.

  1. sozz

    sozz LI Guru Member

    Hi everyone,
    I'm a new here, what I'm trying is to modify the default settings of the wag200g.
    I'll try to explain it a bit better. I download the gpl firmware and what I'm trying it's to modify it writing the default setting of my ISP and when I press the reset botton the defaults settings will be my ISP user and the password and not the default settings of Linksys...

    Can anyone tell me where can I find this info at the gpl firmware?

  2. sozz

    sozz LI Guru Member

    I know that I have to modify the nvram table at the firmware to my default settings and after that upload the firm to the router...but I don't know where can I find the nvram at the gpl firmware....

    Any suggestions?
  3. sozz

    sozz LI Guru Member

    Ok, I upload the firmware of Woytekm and through ssh I can access to the nvram but when I modify after a press the reset button all the info store at the nvram is deleted!

    I finally found at /etc/default into the router is store the default settings but I don't how can I modify it!

    I was looking into the firmware but I don't know where is stored! Any suggestion?
  4. ReDFlaG

    ReDFlaG Network Guru Member

  5. sozz

    sozz LI Guru Member

    You are suggesting me to do an shell script? but does it script will be deleted when I press the reset button at the back?

    Woytekm told me that :
    but I several problems with that, I don't know how to dump /dev/mtdblock/3 and to safe at my HD. And the second one: what is dd?

  6. ReDFlaG

    ReDFlaG Network Guru Member

    Don't think the script will be deleted since it sounds like it should not ("these scripts will be executed automatically during the boot process ").
    What 's the use of scripting something if you got to redo it every time the router reboot?

    dd is a linux command, check here for some explanation or google for it: http://www.codecoffee.com/tipsforlinux/articles/036.html
  7. sozz

    sozz LI Guru Member

    But when you press the reset button at the back, I think that restored everything as it's was at the begging. Deleting all the data and settings that you have introduce.
    Am I correct?

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