[Cerowrt-devel] saner defaults for config/firewall
fredstratton at imap.cc
Mon Feb 24 06:03:31 EST 2014
So much for memory
mtd -r erase rootfs_data
is the correct invocation.
On 24/02/14 10:18, Fred Stratton wrote:
> I suggest you read the cero wiki. This details the original design
> decisions. On the router,
> ssh in, and use
> mtd -r erase fs_data
> to recover to defaults. See
> If you ever have used BB daily builds, you can type this in your sleep.
> On 24/02/14 10:05, Vincent Frentzel wrote:
>> I could be totally out for lunch here, but shouldn't that
>> be se00 (secure ethernet) instead of eth0.1? At least on
>> 3.10.28-14 neuter "ifconfig" nor /etc/config/network mentions
>> eth0.1 at all. Could you post both of these (so the result of
>> calling ifconfig on a terminal on the router and the content of
>> /etc/config/network ;), I am sure you know what I meant, just
>> dying to be verbose for the sake of people stumbling over the
>> archive of the mailing list)
>> Hi Sebastian,
>> Understood. I will come back to you with the ifconfig.
>> For info, I did try both se00 and eth0.1. The reason I stuck with
>> eth0.1 was that barrier breaker usually uses eth0.1 for br-lan with
>> vlan enabled (eth0.1 appears in Luci in cerowrt). So in cero I just
>> reenabled the vlan and used a type "bridge" on the network section (I
>> renamed this section se99 instead of se00).
>> I then added se99 it to the "lan" zone of the firewall. In the
>> wireless config I specified network as "se99" instead of sw10 and
>> sw00. I confirmed that the setup was correct in the web interface
>> where eth0.1 sw00 and sw10 appeared under the new bridged interface (
>> there was the nice icon with the iface in brackets).
>> I went on to modify the dhcp config of se00 and changed se00
>> occurences for se99 and commented out entries for sw10/sw00. --> this
>> would give me dhcp running on my new bridge.
>> After a dnsmasq restart dnsmasq.conf shows the dhcp ranges line with
>> interface se99. (I was expecting to see br-se99 but maybe that file
>> is alias aware, could be wrong here).
>> After a network restart I lost connectivity on cable. Wireless was
>> I played a tad more and eventually lost wifi as well and had to
>> reflash the router via tftp/factory image (maybe there is a reset
>> trick you could give me to avoid this step).
>> Are you running cerowrt in bridge mode? If yes could you share your
>> network/firewall/dhcp config? Is there another file I should have
>> edited and missed?
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