Posted: Sun Jun 24, 2012 22:44 Post subject: It is there for users of TIAO & USB JTAG ZJTAG / E4200
I made some weeks ago tests with several firmware compatible router "Linksys E4200", and making with that of "Tomato USB", it has totally missed the flashing.
So I try to solve this problem by passing a "JTAG COM", and after use the flash of "CFE", it did even more damage, and since then the LED logo "CISCO" does flashes even more, and even ports "RJ45" more boots (He does not blink when the ignition of the router).
I must now try to re-flash the "CFE" I already get a file "bin" for the "CFE" on this forum, but the real problem now is that either "TIAO USB JTAG" or is "ZJTAG" does not do this type of router.
In order, I'm connected like this :
Use a flex female to female to connect nTRST together (PIN 1 on Router to PIN 3 on TUMPA's 20 PIN JTAG Header
Use a flex female to female to connect TDI together (PIN 3 on Router to PIN 5 on TUMPA's 20 PIN JTAG Header
Use a flex female to female to connect TCK together (PIN 9 on Router to PIN 9 on TUMPA's 20 PIN JTAG Header
Use a flex female to female to connect TMS together (PIN 7 on Router to PIN 7 on TUMPA's 20 PIN JTAG Header
Use a flex female to female to connect TDO together (PIN 5 on Router to PIN 13 on TUMPA's 20 PIN JTAG Header
Use a flex female to female to connect GND together (PIN 4 on Router to PIN 4 on TUMPA's 20 PIN JTAG Header
I added this in zjtag.c (line 289) and then compile :
I made good progress through the purchase of a single cable "dlc5".
However I doubt that the problem mentioned in my first post from a crash of "CFE" because after doing a backup, the content is almost equal to the one I found on this forum.
To refocus my problem.
Since the update "TomatoUSB", my router "Linksys E4200" no longer works, even the network ports LEDs do not flash when the ignition to warn that they have been initialized, except I think c is the chipset that does this, not the "CFE" ?
The logo "CISCO" also remains fixed, then that should be flashing at the time of ignition "electric".
I of course tried a connection through the port "COM3" to access the interface "CFE", but nothing.
I even tried to re-flash the "CFE" with this backup, but nothing n'à change, and worse, "tjtag" remains blocked at this stage :