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ASUS ROUTERS CFE DUMPS COLLECTION

Discussion in 'ASUS Wireless' started by hggomes, Jun 13, 2014.

  1. RMerlin

    RMerlin Part of the Furniture

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    No, it's encrypted.
     
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  3. errorka

    errorka New Around Here

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    Is there any other way to restore NVRAM for RT-AC5300?
    Looks like mine was corrupted after FW upgrade from original to 380.67
    2.4 GHz wifi does not have AC settings in mode selection, like N/AC only.
    MAC address for 5-1 network is missing along with some other settings like control channels.
    And the router itself works unstable after fw upgrade either to 380.67 ot .68 versions - it restarts every 1-2 hours.
     
  4. RMerlin

    RMerlin Part of the Furniture

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    Erase nvram through any of the supported methods, new default values will be written at the next reboot.

    In your case, I suggest turning the router off, pressing the WPS button, and turn the router on. After a few seconds the power LED should be flashing - release the WPS button, and let the router finish booting.

    Proceed then to reconfiguring it.
     
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  5. errorka

    errorka New Around Here

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    Settings restore via WPS did help a bit, router starts up now significantly faster (2 minutes vs 6-7).
    But:
    1. 5-1 network is not available: MAC address for 5-1 in WDS is empty. List of control channels for 5-1 consists of two entries only: Auto and 0.
    2. I see messages in log: Register interface [eth1] MAC, for eth1 and eth3, but do not see it for eth2
    nvram for wl1_:
    Code:
    [email protected]:/tmp/home/root# nvram show | grep wl1_
    wl1_wme=auto
    wl1_auth=0
    wl1_hwaddr=
    wl1_wme_bss_disable=0
    wl1_acs_fcs_mode=0
    wl1_txstreams=0
    wl1_acs_dfsr_activity=30 10240
    wl1_bss_opmode_cap_reqd=0
    wl1_acs_ci_scan_timer=4
    wl1_rifs_advert=auto
    wl1_wep=disabled
    wl1_phrase_x=
    wl1_frag=2346
    wl1_acs_excl_chans=
    wl1_pspretend_threshold=0
    wl1_wpa_gtk_rekey=3600
    wl1_preauth=
    wl1_ampdu_rtylimit_tid=5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5
    wl1_failed=3
    wl1_maclist=
    wl1_maclist_x=
    wl1_amsdu=auto
    wl1_crypto=aes
    wl1_acs_bgdfs_ahead=1
    wl1_psr_mrpt=0
    wl1_bss_maxassoc=128
    wl1_wmf_ucast_upnp=1
    wl1_corerev=
    wl1_expire=0
    wl1_bsd_if_select_policy=eth1 eth3
    wl1_nmcsidx=-1
    wl1_wdslist=
    wl1_acs_bgdfs_idle_frames_thld=36000
    wl1_nmode=-1
    wl1_txbf_imp=1
    wl1_subunit=-1
    wl1_intfer_cnt=3
    wl1_rts=2347
    wl1_stbc_rx=1
    wl1_radio_time_x=00002359
    wl1_ampdu_rr_rtylimit_tid=2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2
    wl1_bw_cap=3
    wl1_obss_coex=0
    wl1_key=1
    wl1_mumimo=1
    wl1_mu_features=0x8000
    wl1_acs_scan_entry_expire=3600
    wl1_rxchain_pwrsave_stas_assoc_check=1
    wl1_mrate_x=0
    wl1_wep_x=0
    wl1_radio_pwrsave_level=0
    wl1_vifnames=wl1.1 wl1.2 wl1.3
    wl1_wme_ap_be=15 63 3 0 0 off off
    wl1_sched=000000
    wl1_rxchain_pwrsave_pps=10
    wl1_radius_key=
    wl1_wme_ap_bk=15 1023 7 0 0 off off
    wl1_ifname=
    wl1_bcn=100
    wl1_radio_date_x=1111111
    wl1_lanaccess=off
    wl1_bsd_steering_policy_x=80 5 3 0 0 600 0x20
    wl1_auth_mode=none
    wl1_wmf_mdata_sendup=1
    wl1_mcast_regen_bss_enable=1
    wl1_optimizexbox=0
    wl1_wet_tunnel=0
    wl1_radioids=
    wl1_rxchain_pwrsave_quiet_time=1800
    wl1_acs_tx_idle_cnt=0
    wl1_bsd_if_qualify_policy=60 0x0
    wl1_version=7.14.131.56 (r641653)
    wl1_acs_chan_dwell_time=70
    wl1_acs_bgdfs_enab=1
    wl1_frameburst=on
    wl1_fabid=0
    size: 67810 bytes (63262 left)
    wl1_bw=0
    wl1_txbf_bfe_cap=2
    wl1_nmode_x=0
    wl1_acs_far_sta_rssi=-75
    wl1_stbc_tx=auto
    wl1_sta_retry_time=5
    wl1_pspretend_retry_limit=0
    wl1_wmf_igmpq_filter=1
    wl1_acs_dfsr_immediate=300 3
    wl1_country_rev=946
    wl1_vht_features=-1
    wl1_bcn_rotate=1
    wl1_txbf=1
    wl1_txbf_bfr_cap=2
    wl1_wme_sta_be=15 1023 3 0 0 off off
    wl1_closed=0
    wl1_bss_enabled=1
    wl1_tpc_db=0
    wl1_rxstreams=0
    wl1_reg_mode=h
    wl1_akm=psk2
    wl1_txpower=100
    wl1_wme_sta_bk=15 1023 7 0 0 off off
    wl1_radio=1
    wl1_dummy=1
    wl1_user_rssi=0
    wl1_bsd_if_qualify_policy_x=60 0x0
    wl1_antdiv=-1
    wl1_acs_dfsr_deferred=604800 5
    wl1_mode_x=0
    wl1_probresp_sw=0
    wl1_ap_isolate=0
    wl1_radio_pwrsave_quiet_time=1800
    wl1_atf=1
    wl1_wme_no_ack=off
    wl1_radius_port=1812
    wl1_pmk_cache=60
    wl1_plcphdr=long
    wl1_macmode=disabled
    wl1_maxassoc=128
    wl1_phytype=n
    wl1_phytypes=
    wl1_lazywds=0
    wl1_trf_mgmt_rssi_policy=0
    wl1_btc_mode=0
    wl1_chanspec=0
    wl1_mode=ap
    wl1_acs_ci_scan_timeout=300
    wl1_rxchain_pwrsave_enable=1
    wl1_guest_num=10
    wl1_wpa_psk=test12345
    wl1_intfer_tcptxfail=5
    wl1_dfs_pref=
    wl1_bsd_sta_select_policy=10 -82 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0x24
    wl1_acs_bgdfs_idle_interval=3600
    wl1_wme_apsd=on
    wl1_vreqd=1
    wl1_acs_pol=0 100 -20 -15 -18 -1 -10 35 -1 1 1 0
    wl1_radio_time2_x=00002359
    wl1_itxbf=1
    wl1_dcs_csa_unicast=0
    wl1_acs_bgdfs_avoid_on_far_sta=1
    wl1_bsd_steering_policy=80 5 3 -82 0 0 0x20
    wl1_wme_ap_vi=7 15 1 6016 3008 off off
    wl1_wmf_bss_enable=0
    wl1_ssid=ASUS_5G-1
    wl1_dtim=3
    wl1_turbo_qam=2
    wl1_intfer_period=1
    wl1_wme_ap_vo=3 7 1 3264 1504 off off
    wl1_ampdu_mpdu=0
    wl1_wdsapply_x=0
    wl1_auth_mode_x=psk2
    wl1_key1=
    wl1_nmode_protection=auto
    wl1_key2=
    wl1_acs_dfs=0
    wl1_key3=
    wl1_key4=
    wl1_leddc=0x640000
    wl1_probresp_mf=0
    wl1_obss_dyn_bw=0
    wl1_vifs=
    wl1_infra=1
    wl1_acs_chan_flop_period=70
    wl1_mfp=0
    wl1_bsd_sta_select_policy_x=10 0 0 500 0 1 1 0 0 0 0x60
    wl1_noisemitigation=0
    wl1_rate=0
    wl1_ampdu_rts=1
    wl1_bsd_if_select_policy_x=eth3
    wl1_assoc_retry_max=3
    wl1_wps_reg=enabled
    wl1_radio_pwrsave_enable=0
    wl1_net_reauth=3600
    wl1_timesched=0
    wl1_intfer_txfail=5
    wl1_mrate=0
    wl1_radius_ipaddr=
    wl1_country_code=E0
    wl1_gmode_protection=auto
    wl1_mbss=
    wl1_rateset=default
    wl1_gmode=1
    wl1_ampdu=auto
    wl1_unit=0
    wl1_nband=1
    wl1_wps_mode=enabled
    wl1_wps_config_state=0
    wl1_wme_sta_vi=7 15 2 6016 3008 off off
    wl1_radio_pwrsave_pps=10
    wl1_acs_cs_scan_timer=900
    wl1_wme_sta_vo=3 7 2 3264 1504 off off
    wl1_wmf_ucigmp_query=1
    wl1_wds=
    wl1_vlan_prio_mode=off
    wl1_wds_timeout=1
    wl1_igs=0
    wl1_radio_pwrsave_stas_assoc_check=1
    [email protected]:/tmp/home/root#

    nvram settings for wl2_:
    Code:
    [email protected]:/tmp/home/root# nvram show | grep wl2_
    wl2_wmf_ucigmp_query=1
    wl2_acs_dfs=0
    wl2_band5grp=4
    wl2_wme_txp_be=0 0 0 0 0
    wl2_radio_time_x=00002359
    wl2_guest_num=10
    wl2_pspretend_retry_limit=0
    wl2_radio_time2_x=00002359
    wl2_wme_txp_bk=0 0 0 0 0
    wl2_wds_timeout=1
    wl2_acs_bgdfs_idle_interval=3600
    wl2_atf=1
    wl2_rxchain=15
    wl2_bsd_if_select_policy=eth1 eth2
    wl2_intfer_period=1
    wl2_wme_ap_vi=7 15 1 6016 3008 off off
    wl2_turbo_qam=2
    wl2_wme_ap_vo=3 7 1 3264 1504 off off
    wl2_phrase_x=
    wl2_acs_bgdfs_enab=1
    wl2_hw_rxchain=15
    wl2_wps_reg=enabled
    wl2_ampdu_mpdu=0
    wl2_wdsapply_x=0
    wl2_mode=ap
    wl2_radio_date_x=1111111
    wl2_rifs_advert=auto
    wl2_fabid=0
    wl2_sta_retry_time=5
    wl2_bss_opmode_cap_reqd=0
    wl2_psr_mrpt=0
    wl2_optimizexbox=0
    wl2_bsd_if_select_policy_x=eth2
    wl2_rateset=default
    wl2_radio_pwrsave_pps=10
    wl2_dcs_csa_unicast=0
    wl2_hwaddr= REMOVED
    wl2_bsd_sta_select_policy_x=10 0 900 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0x68
    wl2_acs_cs_scan_timer=900
    wl2_ssid=ASUS_5G-2
    wl2_dtim=3
    wl2_ampdu_rts=1
    wl2_pspretend_threshold=0
    wl2_txbf_imp=1
    wl2_intfer_txfail=5
    wl2_radio_pwrsave_quiet_time=1800
    wl2_key1=
    wl2_bsd_sta_select_policy=10 -82 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0x28
    wl2_key2=
    wl2_radius_ipaddr=
    wl2_key3=
    wl2_timesched=0
    wl2_net_reauth=3600
    wl2_key4=
    wl2_txbf_bfe_cap=2
    wl2_vifs=
    wl2_radio=1
    wl2_radio_pwrsave_stas_assoc_check=1
    wl2_mfp=0
    wl2_acs_dfsr_activity=30 10240
    wl2_vifnames=wl2.1 wl2.2 wl2.3
    wl2_rate=0
    wl2_acs_ci_scan_timer=4
    wl2_vht_features=-1
    wl2_crypto=aes
    wl2_mu_features=0x8000
    wl2_noisemitigation=0
    wl2_txbf_bfr_cap=2
    wl2_assoc_retry_max=3
    wl2_wme_sta_vi=7 15 2 6016 3008 off off
    wl2_expire=0
    wl2_bw=0
    wl2_radio_pwrsave_level=0
    wl2_wme_sta_vo=3 7 2 3264 1504 off off
    wl2_preauth=
    wl2_ampdu_rtylimit_tid=5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5
    wl2_radioids=BCM210
    wl2_rxchain_pwrsave_pps=10
    wl2_mbss=
    wl2_wmf_mdata_sendup=1
    wl2_maclist=
    wl2_bw_cap=7
    wl2_unit=2
    wl2_acs_bgdfs_idle_frames_thld=36000
    wl2_vreqd=1
    wl2_wmf_bss_enable=0
    wl2_txstreams=0
    wl2_itxbf=1
    wl2_mumimo=1
    wl2_chlist=100 104 108 112 116 120 124 128 132 136 140
    wl2_corerev=64
    wl2_nmcsidx=-1
    wl2_wdslist=
    wl2_wds=
    wl2_cfg_maxassoc=64
    wl2_wme_txp_vi=0 0 0 0 0
    wl2_igs=0
    wl2_subunit=-1
    wl2_wpa_gtk_rekey=3600
    wl2_stbc_rx=1
    wl2_wme_txp_vo=0 0 0 0 0
    wl2_wme=on
    wl2_ifname=eth3
    wl2_leddc=0x640000
    wl2_acs_far_sta_rssi=-75
    wl2_auth=0
    wl2_txchain=15
    wl2_rxchain_pwrsave_stas_assoc_check=1
    wl2_maclist_x=
    wl2_acs_chan_dwell_time=70
    wl2_infra=1
    wl2_mrate_x=0
    wl2_wme_bss_disable=0
    wl2_wmf_igmpq_filter=1
    wl2_trf_mgmt_rssi_policy=0
    wl2_hw_txchain=15
    wl2_country_rev=946
    wl2_reg_mode=h
    wl2_wep=disabled
    wl2_frag=2346
    wl2_bss_enabled=1
    wl2_rxchain_pwrsave_quiet_time=1800
    wl2_intfer_cnt=3
    wl2_mrate=0
    wl2_obss_coex=0
    wl2_maxassoc=64
    wl2_probresp_sw=0
    wl2_acs_bgdfs_ahead=1
    wl2_gmode=1
    wl2_phytypes=v
    wl2_ampdu=auto
    wl2_wme_ap_be=15 63 3 0 0 off off
    wl2_version=7.14.131.56 (r641653)
    wl2_nband=1
    wl2_radius_port=1812
    wl2_btc_mode=0
    wl2_chanspec=0
    wl2_wme_ap_bk=15 1023 7 0 0 off off
    wl2_vlan_prio_mode=off
    wl2_rts=2347
    wl2_dfs_pref=
    wl2_radius_key=
    wl2_mcast_regen_bss_enable=1
    wl2_lanaccess=off
    wl2_closed=0
    wl2_wme_apsd=on
    wl2_auth_mode=none
    wl2_acs_chan_flop_period=70
    wl2_tpc_db=0
    wl2_nmode_x=0
    wl2_stbc_tx=auto
    wl2_intfer_tcptxfail=5
    wl2_country_code=E0
    wl2_key=1
    wl2_antdiv=-1
    wl2_radio_pwrsave_enable=0
    wl2_mode_x=0
    wl2_wet_tunnel=0
    wl2_acs_dfsr_immediate=300 3
    wl2_acs_ci_scan_timeout=300
    wl2_bcn=100
    wl2_ampdu_rr_rtylimit_tid=2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2
    wl2_txpower=100
    wl2_acs_excl_chans=0xd876,0xe07a,0xd078,0xd976,0xe17a,0xd07c,0xd87e,0xe27a,0xd080,0xd97e,0xe37a
    wl2_acs_dfsr_deferred=604800 5
    wl2_bsd_steering_policy=0 5 3 -82 0 0 0x28
    wl2_frameburst=on
    wl2_nmode_protection=auto
    wl2_acs_scan_entry_expire=3600
    wl2_auth_mode_x=psk2
    wl2_probresp_mf=0
    wl2_obss_dyn_bw=0
    wl2_amsdu=auto
    wl2_wmf_ucast_upnp=1
    wl2_acs_fcs_mode=0
    wl2_acs_tx_idle_cnt=0
    wl2_plcphdr=long
    wl2_macmode=disabled
    wl2_bsd_steering_policy_x=0 5 3 0 700 0 0x28
    wl2_phytype=v
    wl2_lazywds=0
    wl2_bcn_rotate=1
    wl2_rxstreams=0
    wl2_nmode=-1
    wl2_wme_sta_be=15 1023 3 0 0 off off
    wl2_acs_bgdfs_avoid_on_far_sta=1
    wl2_user_rssi=0
    wl2_wpa_psk=test12345
    wl2_wme_sta_bk=15 1023 7 0 0 off off
    wl2_bsd_if_qualify_policy_x=0 0x4
    wl2_bsd_if_qualify_policy=0 0x4
    wl2_acs_pol=0 100 -20 -15 -18 -1 -10 35 -1 1 1 0
    wl2_gmode_protection=auto
    wl2_wps_mode=enabled
    wl2_pmk_cache=60
    wl2_ap_isolate=0
    wl2_wep_x=0
    wl2_bss_maxassoc=64
    wl2_txbf=1
    wl2_wps_config_state=0
    wl2_wme_no_ack=off
    wl2_rxchain_pwrsave_enable=1
    wl2_akm=psk2
    wl2_sched=000000
    [email protected]:/tmp/home/root#
     
  6. errorka

    errorka New Around Here

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    Settings like radioids, hwaddr, chlist, ifname, txchain, rxchain, hw_rxchain, hw_txchain are missing or empty for wl1_
    What else is wrong - I don't know.

    Log for wireless, available via web gui, does not have any traces of 5-1 network.
     
    Last edited: Aug 21, 2017
  7. beboptrumpet

    beboptrumpet Occasional Visitor

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    Wireless AC only works on wireless 5GHz, NOT 2.4GHz. If you don't have legacy devices, I would suggest setting it to N.
    So for getting it working again.
    -Restore setting to factory default. --administration-restore tab-factory defaults
    -install new firmware--I would suggest Merlin 380.68
    -once again restore to factory default settings as rmerlin suggested:
    ---turn the router off
    ---press & hold the WPS button
    ---turn the router on.
    ---Wait for the power LED starts flashing
    ---Release the WPS button
    -Wait a few minutes for it to finish booting then reconfigure
     
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  8. errorka

    errorka New Around Here

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    What has been done:
    Latest asus firmware 380_7743 - reset to factory settings via web gui
    Reboot
    Minimum configuration: login/pw set, wifi pw set.
    Install 380.68 via web gui
    Reboot
    Reset via WPS button:router does not start up properly: power led is on, wan led is blinking. No other leds are active. Router is not accessible via lan/wireless. Wait for 20 minutes without any progress.
    Power off/on does not help as well, 10 minutes wait - still not accessible.
    After this exercise the only way to bring router back to life is firmware restoration to asus fw 380_7743 and WPS reset. Without WPS reset router looks the same like described above: only power and wan leds are on, device is not accessible.

    5-1 network is still missing.
    Will send router back for warranty replacement
     
    Last edited: Aug 23, 2017
  9. bird333

    bird333 Occasional Visitor

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    It's been a long time since I have messed with this stuff so I have some questions. I have a TM-1900AC that has been converted to a AC68U with a 1.0.2.0 cfe.

    1. Can I tell what HW revision I have through a cli command? If so, what is that command?
    2. Are all these commands on upgrading the cfe dependent on running Merlin or do they work with any firmware? (I'm currently running Tomato)
    3. How can I modify my cfe to overclock the cpu/mem? What commands can I run from the cli to try it out first? What are the valid values I can try?
     
  10. Mihai

    Mihai Occasional Visitor

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    how to upgrade eu cfe to us one on rt-ac87u
     
  11. SystemF

    SystemF Regular Contributor

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    What about rt-ac88u? How i get cfe?
     
  12. RMerlin

    RMerlin Part of the Furniture

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    You don't. It's encrypted.
     
  13. John DeLuca

    John DeLuca Regular Contributor

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    any scripts for gt-ac 5300 its version is
    1.0.0.2
     
  14. gpilot

    gpilot New Around Here

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    Hello, I have been lurking here for a while, BTW Merlin thanks for your time on IRC.

    Question: I understand the cfe on the ac88u is encrypted. How difficult would it be to write a "normal" cfe which can be edited? I am no expert here, sorry for my lack of understanding..but physical access is 90% of getting into (my property) router and there is nothing shady or illegal about wanting a cfe which is not encrypted. I am curious to see a lack of info or research into this subject, other than "you cant".

    Where is it being decrypted? At the hardware level? Or is there a pre-boot code which does that function? What are the "early cfe versions" being discussed over at ddwrt which are successfully being used with ddwrt if indeed this router was introduced with an encrypted cfe?

    I also understand later (official) firmware versions will check for a signature or similar but the cfe is different. I made a dd dump of my first partition and yes, definitely encrypted.

    If someone wants to help with this I am willing to discuss $$funding$$ for development....my stubborn streak is going to cost me more than this router is worth but.....

    Thanks for any replies.
     
  15. cfeuser

    cfeuser New Around Here

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    Hello

    I have bought a RT-AC86U EU version . I want a edit the CFE for change region and TX power, The problem is when extract a CFE with the command SSH cat /dev/mtd0 > original_cfe.bin . because extract a very big file . 90.7mb space when I try open this file when a CFE editor 1.0 or 1.2 receibed a error "wrong cfe file" . I think that new device Asus edited or block the command for extract the CFE. My firmware is 3.0.0.4.382.18219 original version ASUS.
     
  16. hervon

    hervon Occasional Visitor

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    As Merlin Stated : "You don't. It's encrypted."
     
  17. cfeuser

    cfeuser New Around Here

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    Ok , Thank for your reply.
    I have a many calculation servers. It´s possible used for a Brute force for descrypt the CFE file and others. I need Firts a algorithm name used for a encrypted this file. Any idea ? AES, MD5...?? Any document about this?
     
  18. Pir8pete

    Pir8pete Regular Contributor

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    I agree someone with the knowledge will be able to write a non-encrypted CFE and we could then upload it over writing the factory encrypted one for 5300's and 86's etc..
     
  19. dribgnikcom

    dribgnikcom New Around Here

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    Hello,

    I have a bricked RT-AC3200. I would like to desolder the spansion parallel flash chip and have it flashed.

    My question is, what do I have it flashed with exactly? Will the .trx file from the Asus website suffice, or does it need an entire dump from a working router?

    Thanks
     
  20. cjake

    cjake New Around Here

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    I would like to obtain a CFE dump directly from a genuine RT-AC68U in my possession, for use on a TM-AC1900. Does the hardware revision of the RT-AC68U I use matter in this case, and if so, which hardware revisions will work?
     
  21. Mister X

    Mister X New Around Here

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    You can follow the instructions posted here, just remember that you need to edit the new CFE with the correct values from your router (the MAC addresses).

    @Pir8pete
    Can you please send me a private message as I'm unable to send you one? I have some questions that I've also posted on another thread that was locked, unfortunately, so I don't think that you've managed to see my post..
     
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