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September 20, 2017 - 11:41am, 17822 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?
The LAN functionality is driven by additional processor with OpenWrt system so connecting to the serial port of the EHS6 module or any AT command will not help.
If you can't connect over LAN you'll probably need to do a factory reset of the whole LAN module. I've sent you an email with the procedure.
Finally able to flash the firmware. Baartlomiej, thanks for the help.
So far what I tried was setup the 6-pole western jack and add on core to trigger the RST_IN pin. PC lan need configured with 192.168.1.3 IP address as noticed from via wireshark that the modem want to connect to 192.168.1.3 instead of 192.168.1.1.
After that managed to login to the webpage for firmware update
Great! So I suppose that the update was successful.
You have configured 192.168.1.3 for your network interface and opened 192.168.1.1 in the browser for the update.
I have the same problem with my EHS6T-LAN modem.
I can ping it, but no port is opened, so no way to access OpenWrt.
So I have to factory reset it. Can you help?
Could you write the terminal name or ATI1 output?
I also messed up with my network. Can someone teach me how to trigger the factory reset please?
Please check your email.
Hi! I also messed up after disabling DHCP server. Can you please email me also the steps to reset? Just a thought, why not make the reset accessible, like other modems with reset button?..thanks