In general, smart switches are Layer 2 devices, just like unmanaged switches. In most cases, this means that Layer 3 switches handle packets based on their IP address , which allows them to perform basic routing functions. Unable to mount root fs on unknown-block 2,0. Advice would be greatly appreciated: Most Read This Week. Was trying to get an NFS root mounted, but that isn’t going to work if the ethernet chip can’t be probed correctly. Registered named UNIX socket transport module.
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In general, smart switches are Layer 2 devices, just like unmanaged switches. Advice would be greatly appreciated: I was able to interim fix this issue by adding a WAN Updated – Our roundup of 2×2 Quick specs that I can discern: Discuss this in the Forums.
net: phy: b switchdev driver for Broadcom BCM53xx switches 
Unable to mount root fs on unknown-block 2,0 [ end Kernel panic – not syncing: Could you provide us a boot log of the original firmware? One thing you do have to pay attention to, however, is a switch’s OSI Layer of operation. WAN IPv6 gateway problem [fix]. Registered protocol family 1 [ 0. I was more interested into getting into the CFE to poke around. Most Read This Week. As I mentioned, I’ve got two of the things, and it’s no loss to me if I permabrick one of them.
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Figure 3 is a photo of the GST’s board. Registered named UNIX socket transport module. At this point, the difference between “smart” and a “managed” switches is strictly marketing. Unable to mount root fs via NFS, trying floppy. Kernel panic – not syncing: So I opened it up, and there is a 6-pin header that looks like a serial port. I’ve tried downloading source code of this firmware and it appears to be But, as I noted earlier, the feature sets of smart switches have expanded, so that now you have to look pretty closely to see a difference between similarly-priced managed and smart switches.
Problem fetching invariants of chip, aborting b I did write successfully to flash2, but I have no idea what is in flash2 — this CFE lacks a ‘dir’ command to poke around with. I see in the wireless log there is some information but I’d be interested to see Hash tables configured established bind TCP: I am hoping someone else here has ideas on why the supposed serial header isn’t working or knows of ways to nuke the Netgear eCos firmware so the Broadcom loader HTTP server comes up instead.
I was able to compile an OpenWRT image that was only 3. Okay, although I partially fried my shiny new bus pirate in the process, I got access to the serial port on the GST: Derp, this was supposed to go into the hardware sub-forum, but my login expired by accident and I forgot to go back there before writing this topic up. Once you downgrade the flash to the older 1. Before I start working on helping you to dump flash content: Unable to mount root fs on unknown-block 0,0.
net: phy: b53: switchdev driver for Broadcom BCM53xx switches
Unable to mount root fs on unknown-block 2,0. Ever wonder what happens behind the scenes when Wi-Fi devices roam, or more likely don’t?
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