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Posted: Sun Dec 27, 2009 2:05 Post subject: WRT160N V3 Bricked
I believe I have bricked my WRT160N V3. I accidentally did a firmware upgrade with the 1.0 compatible version instead of the 3.0. Is there any hope? Any way to unbrick the device?
It gives no ip address. It doesnt respond. Tftp times out. When I turn it on the power light blinks for about 15 seconds and then goes out.
Need help asap. Thanks much.
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I have searched the forums and web thoroughly before posting this, but if there is something already posted please link me.
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Posted: Mon Jan 04, 2010 16:40 Post subject:
you guys do not have the same issue but the repair proceedure is the same.
You must use the serial console to stop the boot, enable the transfer protocol and send good firmware to the unit.

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Posted: Mon Jan 04, 2010 16:57 Post subject:
barryware wrote:
you guys do not have the same issue but the repair proceedure is the same.
You must use the serial console to stop the boot, enable the transfer protocol and send good firmware to the unit.

Great, thanks! I've seen how to do it for a v1 WRT160N, but not for a v3. There's a block of 12 contacts ('J2') - is it the same pinout?
thanks,
Dave
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Posted: Mon Jan 04, 2010 17:01 Post subject:
no... j2 is jtag and is not supported atm.. a v3 has 5 pads on top of the pcb between the processor and switch chip off center to the right. a v1 has a 5 pad edge connector if memory serves.
There are pics in the forum somewhere.

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Posted: Mon Jan 04, 2010 17:16 Post subject:
I just fixed the problem for my v3 router.
There is a cisco utility built in that we should use.
The correct version of my procedure is
1. Plug the power. The power light will blink and go off afterward.
2. Press the reset button long enough, say 30 seconds. During this 30 seconds, the power light will not be on. Afterward, hold the reset and unplug the power and plug it back, You will see the power light on after blinking.
3. Release the reset button and visit http://192.168.1.1/ and you should see cisco recovery page. It is very brief but good enough for us.
http://192.168.1.1/f2.htm
Come back to life and enjoy it!
dlaporte wrote:
barryware wrote:
you guys do not have the same issue but the repair proceedure is the same.
You must use the serial console to stop the boot, enable the transfer protocol and send good firmware to the unit.

Great, thanks! I've seen how to do it for a v1 WRT160N, but not for a v3. There's a block of 12 contacts ('J2') - is it the same pinout?
thanks,
Dave

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Posted: Mon Jan 04, 2010 20:26 Post subject:
lijianch wrote:
I just fixed the problem for my v3 router.
There is a cisco utility built in that we should use.
Procedure is
1. Plug the power. The power light will blink and go off afterward.
2. Press the reset button till the power light back on. Do not unplug the power. Otherwise, step 1 will repeat.
3. Visit http://192.168.1.1/ and you should see cisco recovery page. It is very brief but good enough for us.
4. Upload the right firmware and reboot.
Come back to life and enjoy it!
]

Are you serious?? I just got back from Walmart cause I swapped out my bricked WRT160Nv3 with a new one >.>
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Posted: Mon Jan 04, 2010 20:37 Post subject:
weyemar wrote:
lijianch wrote:
I just fixed the problem for my v3 router.
There is a cisco utility built in that we should use.
Procedure is
1. Plug the power. The power light will blink and go off afterward.
2. Press the reset button till the power light back on. Do not unplug the power. Otherwise, step 1 will repeat.
3. Visit http://192.168.1.1/ and you should see cisco recovery page. It is very brief but good enough for us.
4. Upload the right firmware and reboot.
Come back to life and enjoy it!
]

Are you serious?? I just got back from Walmart cause I swapped out my bricked WRT160Nv3 with a new one >.>

brick it again to be sure. There are a few 'secrets' in getting the router in recovery mode.. The above is a new one.. It has always gone by 'timing'.. Interesting.. I have fixed a few V3's and that is the 1st thing I do before opening them up.. I never saw the power light, light up when holding the reset button no matter how long..

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Posted: Mon Jan 04, 2010 21:15 Post subject:
barryware wrote:

brick it again to be sure. There are a few 'secrets' in getting the router in recovery mode.. The above is a new one.. It has always gone by 'timing'.. Interesting.. I have fixed a few V3's and that is the 1st thing I do before opening them up.. I never saw the power light, light up when holding the reset button no matter how long..

That procedure didn't work for me - I never saw the power light either. Can you share your 'secrets'?
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Posted: Mon Jan 04, 2010 21:23 Post subject:
dlaporte wrote:
barryware wrote:

brick it again to be sure. There are a few 'secrets' in getting the router in recovery mode.. The above is a new one.. It has always gone by 'timing'.. Interesting.. I have fixed a few V3's and that is the 1st thing I do before opening them up.. I never saw the power light, light up when holding the reset button no matter how long..

That procedure didn't work for me - I never saw the power light either. Can you share your 'secrets'?

I don't have any secrets.. I meant that there is a lot of undocumented 'tricks' by the oem that they do not share.
In regards to the reset button and the power light re-lighting... It may depend on the level of 'brickage'. Eko always figures out and posts these little tricks..
Next V3 someone sends me to fix, I'll test it out.

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Posted: Wed Jan 06, 2010 1:56 Post subject:
lijianch wrote:
I just fixed the problem for my v3 router.
There is a cisco utility built in that we should use.
Procedure is
1. Plug the power. The power light will blink and go off afterward.
2. Press the reset button till the power light back on. Do not unplug the power. Otherwise, step 1 will repeat.
3. Visit http://192.168.1.1/ and you should see cisco recovery page. It is very brief but good enough for us.
4. Upload the right firmware and reboot.
Come back to life and enjoy it!

I had a bricked V3 show up today to repair.. This proceedure did not work.. The power led never came back on. So I had to open the case and use serial to get it running..
You either got lucky, or the level of 'brickage' was light.

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Posted: Wed Jan 06, 2010 21:05 Post subject:
Sorry, I do not make myself very clear.
The correct version of my procedure is
1. Plug the power. The power light will blink and go off afterward.
2. Press the reset button long enough, say 30 seconds. During this 30 seconds, the power light will not be on. Afterward, hold the reset and unplug the power and plug it back, You will see the power light on after blinking.
3. Release the reset button and visit http://192.168.1.1/ and you should see cisco recovery page. It is very brief but good enough for us.
http://192.168.1.1/f2.htm
4. Upload the right firmware and reboot.
barryware wrote:
lijianch wrote:
I just fixed the problem for my v3 router.
There is a cisco utility built in that we should use.
Procedure is
1. Plug the power. The power light will blink and go off afterward.
2. Press the reset button till the power light back on. Do not unplug the power. Otherwise, step 1 will repeat.
3. Visit http://192.168.1.1/ and you should see cisco recovery page. It is very brief but good enough for us.
4. Upload the right firmware and reboot.
Come back to life and enjoy it!

I had a bricked V3 show up today to repair.. This proceedure did not work.. The power led never came back on. So I had to open the case and use serial to get it running..
You either got lucky, or the level of 'brickage' was light.
barryware
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Posted: Wed Jan 06, 2010 21:22 Post subject:
lijianch wrote:
Sorry, I do not make myself very clear.
The correct version of my procedure is
1. Plug the power. The power light will blink and go off afterward.
2. Press the reset button long enough, say 30 seconds. During this 30 seconds, the power light will not be on. Afterward, hold the reset and unplug the power and plug it back, You will see the power light on after blinking.
3. Release the reset button and visit http://192.168.1.1/ and you should see cisco recovery page. It is very brief but good enough for us.
http://192.168.1.1/f2.htm
4. Upload the right firmware and reboot.

That's a little different than you 1st explained. Next one that arrives to fix, I'll check it again.
Thanks..

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Posted: Fri Jan 08, 2010 18:11 Post subject: I also tried the procedure.
Hi guys, I am new here. I bricked my WRT160v3 trying to install DD-WRT. I tried the restart procedure, but have had no luck. Where is the serial port located? I have yet to find it.
lijianch
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Posted: Sat Jan 09, 2010 18:38 Post subject: Re: I also tried the procedure.
I guess you upload the V24-SP2 rather than Eko build. You can try my procedure posted above to test it.
routingisfun wrote:
Hi guys, I am new here. I bricked my WRT160v3 trying to install DD-WRT. I tried the restart procedure, but have had no luck. Where is the serial port located? I have yet to find it.
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Posted: Fri Feb 05, 2010 20:25 Post subject: wrt160n dd-wrt firmware
Hi? I have a wrt160n v3 and I have updated the firmware on it with the linksys firmware. The question is can I update the firmware on it with the dd-wrt firmware? If so, is it worth it? what's the difference between the firmware from linksys than dd-wrt?
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Posted: Fri Feb 05, 2010 21:20 Post subject:
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http://www.dd-wrt.com/demo/

Ok, so I guess I can then. I've never used this firmware before. So I would upgrade to this http://www.dd-wrt.com/routerdb/de/download/Linksys/WRT160N/3.0/dd-wrt.v24-13309_NEWD-2_K2.6_mini_wrt160nv3.bin/2294
Then once that is done, upgrade to this. http://www.dd-wrt.com/routerdb/de/download/Linksys/WRT160N/3.0/dd-wrt.v24-13309_NEWD-2_K2.6_mini.bin/2295
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Posted: Fri Feb 05, 2010 21:29 Post subject:
qwade29 wrote:
barryware wrote:
http://www.dd-wrt.com/demo/

Ok, so I guess I can then. I've never used this firmware before. So I would upgrade to this http://www.dd-wrt.com/routerdb/de/download/Linksys/WRT160N/3.0/dd-wrt.v24-13309_NEWD-2_K2.6_mini_wrt160nv3.bin/2294
Then once that is done, upgrade to this. http://www.dd-wrt.com/routerdb/de/download/Linksys/WRT160N/3.0/dd-wrt.v24-13309_NEWD-2_K2.6_mini.bin/2295

you don't need to upgrade or flash the second build you linked. they are the same build. the difference is the 1st build, the trailed build has a special header to allow the stock, oem firmware to accept the flash.
you should probably check the install instructions for your router as well is do a little additional research in the wiki and the broadcom forum.
may the force be with you.

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Posted: Sat Feb 06, 2010 5:50 Post subject:
barryware wrote:
qwade29 wrote:
barryware wrote:
http://www.dd-wrt.com/demo/

Ok, so I guess I can then. I've never used this firmware before. So I would upgrade to this http://www.dd-wrt.com/routerdb/de/download/Linksys/WRT160N/3.0/dd-wrt.v24-13309_NEWD-2_K2.6_mini_wrt160nv3.bin/2294
Then once that is done, upgrade to this. http://www.dd-wrt.com/routerdb/de/download/Linksys/WRT160N/3.0/dd-wrt.v24-13309_NEWD-2_K2.6_mini.bin/2295

you don't need to upgrade or flash the second build you linked. they are the same build. the difference is the 1st build, the trailed build has a special header to allow the stock, oem firmware to accept the flash.
you should probably check the install instructions for your router as well is do a little additional research in the wiki and the broadcom forum.
may the force be with you.

Well I've got a problem now. I did do alittle bit of research. I guess not enough. Anyway I did a hard reset. Then I upgraded firmware. It said upgraded successfully. Then I hit continue. Waited awhile, nothing happened. So then I unplug it. Plug it back in. Power light starts flashing, then all of a sudden turns off. I go to see if I can log on to the router 192.168.1.1. Nope, sure can't. nothing comes up. So I do a hard reset and I finally get the power light to come on and stay on. It's solid. I try again to log on to the router. Nope, nothing at all. I hope I didn't mess it up.
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Posted: Sat Feb 06, 2010 20:00 Post subject:
Is there anyway to flash it back to the stock linksys firmware? Any help would be appreciated.
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Posted: Sat Feb 06, 2010 20:59 Post subject:
Does it respond to ping at all? If so, you could Recover with TFTP.
It may only respond for so long after being powered up/hard reset, so try it a few times and see how it goes.

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Posted: Sat Feb 06, 2010 21:10 Post subject:
RenRenRen wrote:
Does it respond to ping at all? If so, you could Recover with TFTP.
It may only respond for so long after being powered up/hard reset, so try it a few times and see how it goes.

Yes, it will ping. When I do ping it it does reply and also I get TTL100 at the end of it. I have done so many hard resets, it's not even funny lol! I read somewhere that that is a good sign and that it is in management mode, but when I put in 192.168.1.1, it keeps saying it has timed out. I disable windows firewall, antivirus before I do all this though.
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Posted: Sun Feb 07, 2010 15:38 Post subject:
It's fixed! I got it up and runnin' now. Thanks for everybodies help.
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