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FB3 instrukcja serwisowa tryb serwisowy ssh uart


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FB3 instrukcja serwisowa tryb serwisowy ssh uart


@frodonapisał(-a)

UART Ci wiele chyba nie da - pewnie dostęp do konsoli po UART jest zablokowany hasłem, bootloader też.


Miałeś rację... poradziłem sobie z zakłóceniami winny był konwerter UART<>USB. 

Niestety po przeleceniu mnóstwa komend na starcie nawet nie mam prompta do logowania...

Poniżej wklejam jakby kogoś interesowało. Hasło do GPONa usunałem żeby nie było...

 

----
BTL1
HELO
CPUI
L1CI
CPUI
L1CI
ZBSS
CODE
DATA
L12F
MAIN
OTP?
OTPP
ROTB
SCBT
NAND
IMG?
IMGL
HDR?
HDRP
MCV?
KEY?
KEYA
MID?
MIDP
MCVA
SBI?
SBIA
PASS
----
HELO
CPUI
L1CI
PLLI
PMCB
4.1603-1.0.38-116.174
DRAM
----
PHYS
ZQDN
PHYE
DINT
TST1
TST2
PASS
----
ZBSS
L12F
MAIN
Version cfe-rom: 7.31.6.7
FPS0
SVOL
NGEO
FVLY
FVLY
RVOL
KEY1
RVOL
BTL?
BTLA
PASS
J2EP


Base: 4.16_03
CFE version 1.0.38-116.174 for BCM96838 (32bit,SP,BE)
Build Date: Wed Oct 5 10:30:52 CEST 2016 (g110680@rmm-p1303265fl)
Copyright (C) 2000-2013 Broadcom Corporation.
Version cfe-ram: 7.31.6.7

Boot Strap Register: 0x800078ff
Chip ID: BCM68380_B0, MIPS: 600MHz, DDR: 533MHz, Bus: 240MHz
RDP: 800MHz
Main Thread: TP0
Total Memory: 268435456 bytes (256MB)
Boot Address: 0xbfc00000

NextLevelBoot U-boot @ 0x8fe00000

NAND ECC BCH-4, page size 0x800 bytes, spare size used 64 bytes
NAND flash device: Micron MT29F1G08AAC, id 0x2cf1 block 128KB size 131072KB
Configuring RGMII pinpux
Board IP address : 192.168.1.1:ffffff00
Host IP address : 192.168.1.100
Gateway IP address :
Run from flash/host/tftp (f/h/c) : f
Default host run file name : vmlinux
Default host flash file name : bcm963xx_fs_kernel
Boot delay (0-9 seconds) : 1
Default host ramdisk file name :
Default ramdisk store address :
Board Id (0-45) : F@ST5656OPL
Number of MAC Addresses (1-32) : 11
Base MAC Address : ac:84:c9:1c:ef:60
PSI Size (1-64) KBytes : 40
Enable Backup PSI [0|1] : 1
System Log Size (0-256) KBytes : 0
Auxillary File System Size Percent: 0
Main Thread Number [0|1] : 0
GPON Serial Number : ""
GPON Password : ""
MC memory allocation (MB) : 4
TM memory allocation (MB) : 20
WLan Feature : 0x00
Voice Board Configuration (0-3) : SI32260_1FXS_1

enable IH Wan-Wan forwarding...
data_path_go Done!!
Set EMAC4 as RGMII
Set EMAC4 as RGMII
Creating CPU ring for queue number 0 with 32 packets descriptor=0x8068b8c4
Done initializing Ring 0 Base=0xa2214220K End=0xa2214420K calculated entries= 32 RDD Base=0x02214220K descriptor=0x8068b8c4
Open PHY 1 on MAC 0 : link state = Down
Open PHY 2 on MAC 1 : link state = Down
Open PHY 3 on MAC 2 : link state = Down
Open PHY 4 on MAC 3 : link state = Down
Open PHY 0 on MAC 4 : link state = Down
Initializing UBI to launch u-boot!
Running UbiScan...

Found 566 UBI logical blocks on NAND
UBI Layout volume is on logical block 3d6
initialize_ubi...cferam reading uboot ======================= !!!
UBI volume uboot has id 2
Correctable ECC Error detected: addr=0x04509c00, intrCtrl=0x00000090, accessCtrl=0xE3441010
read 1076992 bytes from UBI volume 2
We got aes_key1
UBI volume aes_key2 has id 6
We got aes_key2 enc
read 64 bytes from UBI volume 6
Ubi U-Boot Entry at 0x8fe00000
Closing network.
Starting program at 0x8fe00000

U-Boot 2011.12
Version: 7.31.6.7-full (Oct 05 2016 - 10:30:29)
Copyright (C) 2011 - 2013 Sagemcom All rights reserved
Board: Sagemcom fast
CPU: Broadcom BCM68380 (Chip1 Rev4)
DRAM: 256 MiB
NAND: 128 MiB
Using default environment

Creating 1 MTD partitions on "nand0":
0x0000000c0000-0x000007b00000 : "mtd=2"
UBI: attaching mtd1 to ubi0
UBI: physical eraseblock size: 131072 bytes (128 KiB)
UBI: logical eraseblock size: 126976 bytes
UBI: smallest flash I/O unit: 2048
UBI: VID header offset: 2048 (aligned 2048)
UBI: data offset: 4096
UBI: attached mtd1 to ubi0
UBI: MTD device name: "mtd=2"
UBI: MTD device size: 122 MiB
UBI: number of good PEBs: 978
UBI: number of bad PEBs: 0
UBI: max. allowed volumes: 128
UBI: wear-leveling threshold: 256
UBI: number of internal volumes: 1
UBI: number of user volumes: 12
UBI: available PEBs: 108
UBI: total number of reserved PEBs: 870
UBI: number of PEBs reserved for bad PEB handling: 9
UBI: max/mean erase counter: 280/188
Read 6632 bytes from volume permanent_param to 8de25420
Unable to retrive mac_addr from lanBaseMacAddr
mac_addr set according to wanBaseMacAddr
brcmnand_ctrl_verify_ecc: Correctable ECC error at 00000000:00002400
NVRAM MAC addr:ac84c91cef60
NVRAM GSN:534d42534032313134454337
No need to update NVRAM mac addr/gsn
Net: enable IH Wan-Wan forwarding...
data_path_go Done!!
Set EMAC4 as RGMII
Set EMAC4 as RGMII
Creating CPU ring for queue number 0 with 32 packets descriptor=0x8ff07108
Done initializing Ring 0 Base=0xafa05130 End=0xafa05330 calculated entries= 32 RDD Base=0x0fa05130 descriptor=0x8ff07108
BCM63xxx_RUN
sb3: sb3_sagem_init()
sb3: action: 1007
sb3: sb3_wait_for_magic()
PHY 4 on MAC 3 : link state = 1000M Full
sb3: action: 1002
Aes_key2 is available
Read 64 bytes from volume aes_key_operator to 8ddc0238
sb3: sb3_boot( operational )
sb3: top available addr 0x8dcc0000, ram available = 0xd8c0000
sb3: read image operational size=1d4e000 to address=8bf70000
sb3_load_ubivol: max_load_size=227278848
Read 30728192 bytes from volume operational to 8bf70000
sb3: image operational has gsdf format
sb3: image operational signature OK
sb3: No pre-boot commands
sb3: setting kernel args
bootm 8BF8F000
## Booting kernel from Legacy Image at 8bf8f000 ...
Image Name: FTPL_02.01.23
Created: 2016-11-21 10:29:01 UTC
Image Type: MIPS Linux Kernel Image (gzip compressed)
Data Size: 2752512 Bytes = 2.6 MiB
Load Address: 80010000
Entry Point: 804431d0
Verifying Checksum ... OK
Uncompressing Kernel Image ... OK

Starting kernel ...

ramoops: The memory size and the record size must be non-zero
ramoops: The memory size and the record size must be non-zero
ramoops: The memory size and the record size must be non-zero
mtd: bad character after partition (-)
init started: BusyBox v1.13.3 (2016-11-21 11:08:15 CET)
starting pid 404, tty '': '/etc/init.d/sysinit'

SYSINIT

SoftAtHome HGW version: FTPLSF02.01.23#17
Compiled on sahwbld04.be.softathome.com, Mon, 21 Nov 2016 11:27:26 +0100

Mounting proc filesystem ...
Mounting sys filesystem ...
Mounting tmpfs filesystem (/dev) ...
Mounting tmpfs filesystem (/var) ...
Mounting tmpfs filesystem (/var/log) ...
Mounting tmpfs filesystem (/tmp) ...
Mounting usbfs filesystem (/proc/bus/usb) ...
Mounting pstore filesystem (/mnt/pstore) ...
Mounting cgroup filesystem (/sys/fs/cgroup/)
> NORMAL BOOT <


> BOOT SYSTEM <

## CV=CONFIG_VERSION_NAME_MAJOR="02.01.23" DB=CONFIG_VERSION_NAME_MAJOR="02.01.23"
start rc.sysinit
Mounting other filesystems ...
Switching to RUNLEVEL 1 ...
start combining scripts: 10.00 8.86
stop combining scripts: 10.09 8.87
removing abort trigger
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S00apparmor at: 10.18 8.92
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S00faultmonitor at: 26.40 24.73
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S00syslogd at: 26.48 24.78
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S01EnableRebootOnCrash at: 26.54 24.82
panic_on_page_allocation_failure flag is not present in this kernel release...
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S01EnableRebootOnOOM at: 26.62 24.83
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S01sysbus at: 26.64 24.85
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S01sysctl at: 27.58 25.23
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S02hardware at: 27.62 25.27
eth4 Link UP 1000 mbps full duplex
modprobe: Module pwrmngtd not found.
eth3 Link UP 1000 mbps full duplex
Board not populated with PMD
mknod: /dev/bpm: File exists
ret code = 0.
ret code = 0.
ret code = 0.
ret code = 0.
ret code = 0.
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S03wanconf at: 37.14 32.63
Starting wanconf...
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S03wlan_quantenna at: 37.20 32.66
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S05hgwcfg_init at: 37.25 32.66
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S05nbr_cancel at: 37.32 32.66
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S07ebttcpmss at: 37.35 32.66
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S07l2dhcprelay at: 37.65 32.82
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S10netmodeconfig1 at: 37.76 32.82
1024+0 records in
1024+0 records out
1024 bytes (1024 B) copied, 0 s, 48.761905 kB/s
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S10usermngt at: 46.01 40.47
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S17faultmonitorplugin at: 46.55 40.81
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S17led_plugin at: 46.65 40.90
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S20nemo-core at: 46.84 41.04
/etc/nemo-defaults.odl:12: error: failed to create instance for Intf
/etc/nemo-defaults.odl:164: error: failed to create instance for Intf
Error loading object definition file
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S20network at: 47.64 41.73
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S20pppd at: 47.69 41.78
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S21netdev at: 48.02 42.00
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S21netmaster at: 48.31 42.25
eth3 Link DOWN.
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S21netmodeconfig3 at: 49.37 42.91
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S21www-backend at: 49.76 43.11
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S22firewall at: 50.62 43.66
eth3 Link UP 1000 mbps full duplex
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S23bcmeth at: 53.05 45.30
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S23nemo-clients at: 53.20 45.32
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S23raplugin at: 53.50 45.41
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S24sgc-omci-stack-manager at: 54.15 45.60
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S25dnsplugin at: 54.88 46.08
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S25kmcd at: 55.11 46.08
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S28dhcpv6server at: 56.97 47.11
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S29dslite at: 57.26 47.15
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S30ipsec at: 57.37 47.25
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S40conntrack_plugin at: 57.74 47.50
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S40ebtables at: 58.00 47.71
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S40rescue_firmware at: 58.95 48.14
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S42fuse at: 59.00 48.16
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S43dropbearkey at: 59.06 48.20
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S45dhcp at: 59.11 48.22
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S45netmodeconfig4 at: 59.89 48.37
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S50deviceinfo at: 60.01 48.37
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S50devicemngt at: 60.19 48.38
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S50wld_bcm at: 60.47 48.40
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S50wld_quan at: 61.55 48.46
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S70atftpd at: 61.63 48.46
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S70avahi at: 61.75 48.46
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S71gmap at: 62.50 48.67
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S71wanlanremarking at: 63.20 48.85
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S72netmodeconfig2 at: 63.40 48.85
Jan 1 01:01:06 wld_bcm: wld_chn - [x]chan 12 flag 0 - (wld_channel_print@ChannelManagement/wld_channel.c:505)
sh: cannot kill pid 1016: No such process
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S73eventmanager at: 74.83 48.85
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S73httpd at: 75.49 48.85
/etc/rc1.d/S73httpd: line 180: package: not found
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S74captiveportal at: 77.91 48.86
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S74devdiscd at: 79.44 49.20
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S76pwrledstop at: 79.70 49.20
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S78dyndns at: 79.89 49.20
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S78time-plugin at: 80.33 49.20
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S82voipapp at: 81.33 49.26
May 4 23:27:00 wld_bcm: wld_chn - [x]chan 13 flag 0 - (wld_channel_print@ChannelManagement/wld_channel.c:505)
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S83igd at: 85.49 51.02
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S83voipaad at: 85.96 51.26
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S85scheduler at: 86.20 51.41
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S87usbhosts at: 86.57 51.41
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S90dlnaserver at: 86.75 51.49
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S90rule_engine at: 87.04 51.53
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S90tod at: 87.58 51.78
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S90wakeonlan at: 88.07 52.04
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S90wlanscheduler at: 88.17 52.09
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S91cups-plugin at: 88.31 52.17
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S91message at: 88.59 52.33
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S92smtp at: 89.06 52.41
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S92voicemessage at: 89.26 52.43
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S97dbus at: 89.50 52.52
Starting system message bus
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S98cwmp at: 89.96 52.70
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S98remoteaccess at: 90.50 52.93
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S98storage at: 90.73 52.94
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S98upgraded at: 91.55 53.24
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S98wificom at: 92.16 53.32
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S99cifscl at: 92.73 53.35
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S99devicelookup at: 93.59 53.36
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S99ieee1905-registrar at: 94.57 53.37
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S99ippingdiagnostics at: 95.26 53.39
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S99oopstracker at: 95.68 53.40
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S99probe at: 95.93 53.47
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S99processmonitor at: 96.44 53.51
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S99ravoice at: 97.29 53.88
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S99request_download at: 99.93 54.49
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S99saveflush at: 100.03 54.52
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S99speedtest at: 100.12 54.56
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S99transfer_client at: 100.41 54.65
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S99upnp-igd at: 100.52 54.71
*********************** Starting script /etc/rc1.d/S99upnpdiscd at: 101.22 54.82
Next bootmode set to : system
Sysinit done.
May 4 23:27:20 wld_bcm: wld_chn - [x]chan 11 flag 0 - (wld_channel_print@ChannelManagement/wld_channel.c:505)
May 4 23:27:20 wld_bcm: wld_chn - [x]chan 12 flag 0 - (wld_channel_print@ChannelManagement/wld_channel.c:505)
May 4 23:27:20 wld_bcm: wld_chn - [x]chan 13 flag 0 - (wld_channel_print@ChannelManagement/wld_channel.c:505)
May 4 23:27:20 wld_bcm: wld_chn - [x]chan 0 flag 0 - (wld_channel_print@ChannelManagement/wld_channel.c:505)
May 4 23:27:38 wld_bcm: wld_chn - [x]chan 11 flag 0 - (wld_channel_print@ChannelManagement/wld_channel.c:505)
May 4 23:27:38 wld_bcm: wld_chn - [x]chan 12 flag 0 - (wld_channel_print@ChannelManagement/wld_channel.c:505)
May 4 23:27:58 wld_bcm: wld_chn - [x]chan 11 flag 0 - (wld_channel_print@ChannelManagement/wld_channel.c:505)
May 4 23:27:58 wld_bcm: wld_chn - [x]chan 12 flag 0 - (wld_channel_print@ChannelManagement/wld_channel.c:505)
May 4 23:27:58 wld_bcm: wld_chn - [x]chan 13 flag 0 - (wld_channel_print@ChannelManagement/wld_channel.c:505)
May 4 23:27:58 wld_bcm: wld_chn - [x]chan 0 flag 0 - (wld_channel_print@ChannelManagement/wld_channel.c:505)

 


Poziom 18, Komentator
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FB3 instrukcja serwisowa tryb serwisowy ssh uart

A na drugim porcie UART biega coś takiego. Zagadka nie działającego DNSa rozwiązana:)

 

Loading: Quantenna Mini U-Boot
Version: v37.4.0.28 Built: avril 08 2016 at 10:53:55
br
1G-FD
Using br device
TFTP from server 1.1.1.1; our IP address is 1.1.1.2
Filename 'u-boot.bin'.
Load address: 0x88000000
Loading: T
ARP Retry count exceeded; starting again
T 1G-FD
BOOTP broadcast 1
Quantenna Mini U-Boot
Version: v37.4.0.28 Built: avril 08 2016 at 10:53:55
br
1G-FD
Using br device
TFTP from server 1.1.1.1; our IP address is 1.1.1.2
Filename 'u-boot.bin'.
Load address: 0x88000000
Loading: Quantenna Mini U-Boot
Version: v37.4.0.28 Built: avril 08 2016 at 10:53:55
br
1G-FD
Using br device
TFTP from server 1.1.1.1; our IP address is 1.1.1.2
Filename 'u-boot.bin'.
Load address: 0x88000000
Loading: *

 

 


Poziom 40, Guru *****
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FB3 instrukcja serwisowa tryb serwisowy ssh uart

A po polsku co wyszło?

Poziom 18, Komentator
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FB3 instrukcja serwisowa tryb serwisowy ssh uart


@Piotrekk85napisał(-a)
A po polsku co wyszło?

Po Polsku w mega dużym skrócie na razie porażka. Tak jak wspominano FW jest całkiem dobrze zabezpieczony. 

Mam SN i pass dla GPONa a i tak na innym urządzeniu nie łączy. 

 

Rękawicy nie składam bo sam sprzęt wygląda ciekawie. Chociażby moduł radiowy firmy Quantenna


Poziom 14, Recenzent
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FB3 instrukcja serwisowa tryb serwisowy ssh uart

Miałem identyczny problem z ustawieniem 1.1.1.1 na moim sprzęcie.

Po przeszukaniu internetu trafiłem na hiszpańskie forum Orange.es  O mało tam nie wywiązała się z tego awantura. Gorąca natura hiszpanów dała się znać. Nie byli szczęśliwi z tego powodu.

1.1.1.1 jest publicznym adresem i nie powiniem być w żaden sposób blokowany.

Koniec końców, wypuszczono dla nich nowy firmware który pozwala na użycie 1.1.1.1


Poziom 14, Recenzent
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FB3 instrukcja serwisowa tryb serwisowy ssh uart

Szkoda że nie pokazałeś jaki masz pass do GPONa.

Ciekawy jestem czy to do-re-mi-fa-so-la-si-do ?

 

Ja sprawdziłem mój pass podwójnie. U kumpla na profesjonalnym sprzęcie i przez UART jak ty.

Bootlog troszeczke próbuje nas zwieść na manowce.

Przerzuć ostatnią cyfre jako pierwszą i podziel się z nami czy to pomogło.


Poziom 18, Komentator
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FB3 instrukcja serwisowa tryb serwisowy ssh uart

Dokładnie wyszedł nowy Fw który załatwił sprawę 1,1,1,1 choć trochę im to zajęło 


Poziom 9, Poszukiwacz
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FB3 instrukcja serwisowa tryb serwisowy ssh uart

Problem własnej wkładki SFP został już ogarnięty:

 

https://trzepak.pl/viewtopic.php?f=20&t=51177&start=125

 

Polecam też francuskie forum w tym temacie,adres w podanym powyżej wątku,jest tam też jeszcze parę innych odsyłaczy o autoryzacji GPON w Orange.


Poziom 7, Poszukiwacz
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FB3 instrukcja serwisowa tryb serwisowy ssh uart

Jaki jest rozstaw pinów? 2,54?

Prędkość 115200?

Może ktoś wstawić który to Rx, Tx, GND?