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September 20, 2017 - 11:41am, 17738 views
I accidentally mess up the network file and now I'm not able to connect to the ehs6t-LAN modem. Is there a factory reset (will the factory reset back the network file)?
Or I able to connect via serial port through PC and using the some command to setup the network or reset via AT command can solve this?
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I mess up the network file and now I'm not able to connect to the ELS61T-E2 LAN-LTE modem. Can you please send me the procedure to hard reset?
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seems as my EHS6T is responding the same as the ones described in this conversation.
Getting the firmware and procedure would be appreciated.
replys to ping but no GUI
can still issue commands via Serial
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I have the same problem with my ELS61T-E2 LAN-LTE .
Which is the procedure for recovering the original firmware? Is it possible only via Serial Port? I'm no more able to contact the device using telnet/ssh or ftp
Getting the firmware and procedure would be appreciated also for me, thank.
I will send it to you. Please let me know the version of OpenWrt. It can be 15.05 or 18.06.1. You can also check it by verifying the label on the carton of your terminal. If on the label there is password (PW) it means that you have newer version.
I suppose that OpneWrt is the firmware for the device (sorry I'm 'novice' on the argumet embedded devices) In the label attatched to the carton, except for the usual information MAC, QRCode k4, etc, it seems no password is present.
Thanks in advance.