Posted: Sun Mar 01, 2009 21:04 Post subject: DIR-300 GPIO Info. Relieved + SES Button problem
This is my first post. I recently buyed a D-Link DIR-300 Router and flashed it with DD-WRT v24SP1.
It is working really great.
I just found some issued with de SES Button and some leds, so I relieved all the information I've been able to using "gpio poll" and "gpio enable/disable".
This is the list I made:
1: SES Button Blue led (Enable=ON)
2: WiFi led
3: SES Button Red led (Enable=ON)
4: SES Button (Pressed=01)
6: Reset Button (Pressed=01)
7: Status led (Enable=ON)
I also noted that you cannot use gpio number 1 and 3 to make a third color. It will just enable the last one, so only Blue or Red.
Now, issues I found:
1) WiFi led: It is ON (blinking from time to time) even when WiFi is turned OFF in DD-WRT. I guess it should be OFF if WiFi is turned OFF and ON(blinking) when WiFi is ON(with activity).
2) I enabled "Services>Services>SES Button>Use this button for turning Off radio" and "Administration>Management>Reset button", but the SES button does not work. I tried the button with WiFi turned On or Off from the Web, but it's state won´t change.
One more thing I tried: I wrote a script on /tmp called "test.sesbutton" that would write "testing" on a file in /tmp. I pressed the button, but the script didn't get executed.
I hope you can give me some help on this issue, as the SES button functionality would be very useful for me.
Please, if you need me to make any other teste, just let me know.
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