For example, I will update the firmware of ASUS RT-N12LX router from version 22.214.171.124 to 126.96.36.199.Continue reading “ASUS RT-N12LX Firmware Update”
For example, I will update the firmware of the ASUS DSL-N10 modem from version 188.8.131.52 to 184.108.40.206.Continue reading “Firmware Update ASUS DSL-N10”
For example, I will update the firmware of the Asus WL-600g modem from version 220.127.116.11.A to 18.104.22.168A.Continue reading “Asus WL-600g Firmware Update”
For example, I will update the firmware in the ASUS RT-N53 router with the installed version 22.214.171.124.70.Continue reading “ASUS RT-N53 Firmware Update”
For example, I will update ASUS RT-N12_VP with firmware 126.96.36.199.374.880 to 188.8.131.52.376.3835.Continue reading “ASUS RT-N12_VP Firmware Update”
For example, I will update the firmware on the ASUS DSL-N12U modem revision B1, from version 184.108.40.206 to 220.127.116.11.Continue reading “Firmware Update ASUS DSL-N12U”
The official page for downloading firmware and utilities for recovery – https://www.asus.com/supportContinue reading “Firmware Update and Recovery of Asus RT-N10 Router”
For example, I will flash the Asus DSL-N14U modem with firmware 18.104.22.168 for version 22.214.171.124.
I will describe the steps taken in steps:Continue reading “Asus DSL-N14U modem firmware update”
On the test, I will update the BIOS on the motherboard Asus Prime B250 Plus and describe the process by points.Continue reading “BIOS update on Asus Prime B250 Plus”
On old router firmware Asus often noticed that the web interface is not fully open, not all the menus are displayed, so it can not be configured accordingly and can not be restarted if remote access is also available, since the reset button is not displayed.
So he took the Asus RT-N12E router, ran the Wireshark sniffer, opened the web interface of the router and pressed the reboot button.
In the intercepted packets, you could see that the Reboot.asp file is being rebooted in the root directory.
This resulted in a script for rebooting Asus routers:
#!/bin/sh ROUTER_IP="192.168.1.1" USERNAME="admin" PASSWORD="admin" # exit if router is down ping -q -c 1 "$ROUTER_IP" > /dev/null || exit curl --basic --user "$USERNAME:$PASSWORD" -A "Mozilla/4.73 [en] (X11; U; Linux 2.2.15 i686)" --refer "http://$ROUTER_IP" "$ROUTER_IP/Reboot.asp"
The contents of the script will be placed in a new file, for example, using the nano editor (“CTRL+X” to exit and “y” to save the changes):
Let’s make it executable:
chmod 777 file.sh
After this, we execute:
You can also manually open the link http://192.168.1.1/Reboot.asp in the browser if you need to reboot the router once.