Posted: Thu Aug 10, 2017 21:47 Post subject: Marvell MVEBU based Hardware (WRT1200AC etc.)
I tried the links you provided including these instructions but no luck reverting back to linksys stock firmware.
Booting back to stock from other patition
When you install DD-WRT over stock, it installs on a different partition. You can use the following command by entering it in DDWRT commands on the administration tab, Telnet or SSH to determine what partition DD-WRT is running on.
ubootenv get boot_part
The last number it returns is the partition (it will return 1 or 2). In my case, DD-WRT is on partition 1, so to return to Stock, enter (If yours returns 2, put 1):
ubootenv set boot_part 2
and then reboot. You can use the command
Is there a .bin file from anywhere that I can use the flash DD-WRT. I tried flashing using the firmware from Linksys for AC1200 V1. No luck either. At least the stock firmware had VLAN options. That's the only reason I installed dd-wrt. without VLANS the router is useless.
The firmware version of dd-wrt is:
DD-WRT v3.0-r28788 std (01/13/16)
The router is Linksys WRT1200AC Version 1
I think you're right: I did install the firmware twice the first flash then the upgrade. I guess running this command (ubootenv get boot_part ) which returned 2 would suggest that dd-wrt is installed on both partitions.
Where do I get dd-wrt r32670? And is there something special about it?
I am willing to try any firmware to go back to stock
I have tried just the stock firmware (Admin > Update Firmware) multiple times, the router reboots but it keeps going back to dd-wrt default settings.
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Posted: Sun Aug 13, 2017 3:35 Post subject:
You have overwritten the Linksys firmware. Easiest way to reinstall Linksys firmware if you want to is to install latest dd-wrt for your router. After you have the latest version of dd-wrt installed you can then flash the Linksys firmware through the dd-wrt UI same as updating dd-wrt. Version you are running is quite old, by the way.
Go here for lastest versions of the dd-wrt firmware.