Hello, I’m new here.
I upgraded a few days ago to firmware 0.1.7. I couldn’t get wifi to work. I don’t know why, but while trying I did something wrong and I can’t ssh to the NEO anymore, I don’t get an IP also. When I connect the NEO to my router it gets an IP, when i browse tot the IP I come to a site with unknow symbols so I can’t read it. Is there a way to reset the NEO by hardware? Pushing the rest button only reboots the device.
Hello, I’m new here.
Is it possible for me to operate on the board? Changing the stuff is actually in the overlay partition. Execute firstboot or jffs2reset -y will be restored as ever.
But I’m not sure if it’s the latest firmware, see here: github.com/widora/openwrt_widora , The latest firmware is 0.1.7(chaos calmer)
I managed to get in the NEO again and did a ‘firstboot’ to reset everything. First thin i noticed is that the IP is now 192.168.1.1 it was 192.168.99.1 before the firstboot. Now everything works without problem. The widora_mode command works without error message. I checked /etc/config/wireless and this is now a compleet different configuration with indeed radio0 as wifi-device. Something strange happened here.
about “MT7628 doesn’t exist”,can you post a log here ?
my ssid is ABC, key is 12345678, just use command : widora_mode repeater ABC 12345678
then, check if or not link,you can use: ap_client,
checkout the return is ok or no.
BTW I already tried the widora_mode repeater ssid key, but I got a error that MT7628 doesn’t exist (or something like that).
How do you use that command? Do you have to replace ssid with the ssid to connect to and key with the password? Don’t you have to define the device, for example
widora_mode repeater radio ssid home key 1234578
widora mode repeater home 1234578
or is the command interactive and does it ask which ssid and pasword.
I already tried the command in a few variations but only get the error about the missing mt7628 device.
Thanks for the support, I appreciate your work.
OK radio0 make sense. I will adjust the config. I already thought that was strange.
In /etc/config/wireless the device is mt7688 but the firmware says this device doesn’t exist.
the wireless is
Ref the docs : http://docs.widora.io
if you want connect to other APs, just use command like : widora_mode repeater ssid key
OK baud rate is 115200. I ddin’t find it in the wiki, sorry for that, but it’s difficult if you see only weird symbols.
I don’t get wifi to work. In /etc/config/wireless the device is mt7688 but the firmware says this device doesn’t exist.
- the default firmware’s Wi-Fi set page is written in chinese by me,not luci.
- you can run “opkg install luci” to change it.
- get the board IP, you can use the “ifconfig br-lan” command.
- if SSH not login, you can console Widora by serial , 115200,8,N,1, refer to : http://docs.widora.io/neo-start
- if problem, just post here, I will resolve.