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== Getting access ==
 
== Getting access ==
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=== Opening the device ===
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There's a [https://www.iter-artificis.de/o2-router-6431-durch-fritzbox-7390-ersetzen-teil-1-hardware/ tutorial by Christian Oberdörfer] (German) on how to disassemble/open the device.
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=== Serial console ===
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You'll need to connect a 3.3V USB/TTL cable to the '''J8''' pin header on the board. Only connect RX, TX, and GND. Do '''not''' connect VCC!
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=== Vendor bootloader (brnboot) ===
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Press '''space three times in a row''' right after powering the device to get into the bootloader ([https://wiki.openwrt.org/doc/techref/bootloader/brnboot brnboot]) menu. You'll get this:
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<small>
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[VR9 Boot]:                                                                                                                                                   
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======================                                                       
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  [#] Set Serial Number
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  [2] Use Normal Firmware                                                       
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  [3] Use ART-Testing Firmware
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  [9] Taggle ART Firmware Enable/Disable                                         
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  [A] Set MAC Address
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  [E] Erase Flash                                                               
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  [G] Run Runtime Code
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  [H] Set Options                                                               
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  [C] Set Default Password
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  [P] Print Boot Params                                                         
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  [U] Upload to Flash
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  [V] Set Board Version                                                         
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  ======================
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</small>
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You can then press '''!''' to get into the "secret" special menu, which looks like this:
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<small>
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[VR9 Boot]:!
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Enter Administrator Mode !
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======================
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  [#] Set Serial Number
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  [2] Use Normal Firmware
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  [3] Use ART-Testing Firmware
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  [9] Taggle ART Firmware Enable/Disable
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  [A] Set MAC Address
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  [E] Erase Flash
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  [G] Run Runtime Code
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  [H] Set Options
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  [C] Set Default Password
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  [M] Upload to Memory
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  [P] Print Boot Params
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  [R] Read from Memory
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  [T] Memory Test
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  [U] Upload to Flash
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  [V] Set Board Version
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  [W] Write to Memory
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  [Y] Go to Memory
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  [Z] Dump DDR Ram Register
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  [0] Primary = Image 0
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  [1] Primary = Image 1
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======================
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</small>
  
 
== Backups ==
 
== Backups ==
  
 
== Vendor firmware ==
 
== Vendor firmware ==

Latest revision as of 12:04, 16 December 2016

This page collects some infomation on the Arcadyan VGV7510KW22 (o2 Box 6431) VDSL/ADSL router.

Hardware

System info

See Arcadyan VGV7510KW22 (o2 Box 6431)/Sysinfo for a lot of (software and hardware) details about the device, including /proc/cpuinfo, /proc/mtd, lsmod, and so on.

Photos

Getting access

Opening the device

There's a tutorial by Christian Oberdörfer (German) on how to disassemble/open the device.

Serial console

You'll need to connect a 3.3V USB/TTL cable to the J8 pin header on the board. Only connect RX, TX, and GND. Do not connect VCC!

Vendor bootloader (brnboot)

Press space three times in a row right after powering the device to get into the bootloader (brnboot) menu. You'll get this:

[VR9 Boot]:                                                                                                                                                    
======================                                                         
 [#] Set Serial Number
 [2] Use Normal Firmware                                                         
 [3] Use ART-Testing Firmware
 [9] Taggle ART Firmware Enable/Disable                                          
 [A] Set MAC Address
 [E] Erase Flash                                                                 
 [G] Run Runtime Code
 [H] Set Options                                                                 
 [C] Set Default Password
 [P] Print Boot Params                                                           
 [U] Upload to Flash
 [V] Set Board Version                                                          
 ======================

You can then press ! to get into the "secret" special menu, which looks like this:

[VR9 Boot]:!

Enter Administrator Mode !

======================
 [#] Set Serial Number
 [2] Use Normal Firmware
 [3] Use ART-Testing Firmware
 [9] Taggle ART Firmware Enable/Disable
 [A] Set MAC Address
 [E] Erase Flash
 [G] Run Runtime Code
 [H] Set Options
 [C] Set Default Password
 [M] Upload to Memory
 [P] Print Boot Params
 [R] Read from Memory
 [T] Memory Test
 [U] Upload to Flash
 [V] Set Board Version
 [W] Write to Memory
 [Y] Go to Memory
 [Z] Dump DDR Ram Register
 [0] Primary = Image 0
 [1] Primary = Image 1
======================

Backups

Vendor firmware