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Author Topic: OpenWrt (Chaos Calmer r46559) for ECI/r v1 & v2 - Update: G.INP/ReTX Support  (Read 85257 times)

ktz392837

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As stats are available now has anyone asked if dslstats could include support for this modem?  even if it is just the basic information that would be great.  Does the eci have qln and DB per tone?
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GigabitEthernet

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I wonder if it will allow the generation of an Hlog graph too...
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jsamuel

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 ;D

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DSL_CPE#>g997dsnrg 1 1
nReturn=0 nDirection=1 nDeltDataType=1 nMeasurementTime=256 nGroupSize=8 nNumData=512
nFormat=(nToneIndex(dec),nSnr(dec)) nData="
(0000,255) (0001,255) (0002,255) (0003,255) (0004,255) (0005,159) [.../snip]"

DSL_CPE#>g997dsnrg 0 1
nReturn=15 nDirection=0 nDeltDataType=1 nMeasurementTime=256 nGroupSize=8 nNumData=240
nFormat=(nToneIndex(dec),nSnr(dec)) nData="
(0000,255) (0001,086) (0002,093) (0003,101) (0004,107) (0005,111) (0006,116) [../snip]"

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DSL_CPE#>g997dhlogg 1 1
nReturn=0 nDirection=1 nDeltDataType=1 nMeasurementTime=128 nGroupSize=8 nNumData=512
nFormat=(nToneIndex(dec),nHlog(dec)) nData="
(0000,1023) (0001,1023) (0002,1023) (0003,1023) (0004,1023) [.../snip]"


DSL_CPE#>g997dhlogg 0 1
nReturn=0 nDirection=0 nDeltDataType=1 nMeasurementTime=128 nGroupSize=8 nNumData=512
nFormat=(nToneIndex(dec),nHlog(dec)) nData="
(0000,1023) (0001,0140) (0002,0091) (0003,0088) (0004,1023) [....../snip]"

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DSL_CPE#>g997dqlng 1 1
nReturn=0 nDirection=1 nDeltDataType=1 nMeasurementTime=4 nGroupSize=8 nNumData=512
nFormat=(nToneIndex(dec),nQln(dec)) nData="
(0000,255) (0001,255) (0002,255) (0003,255) [../snip]"

DSL_CPE#>g997dqlng 0 1
nReturn=0 nDirection=0 nDeltDataType=1 nMeasurementTime=1024 nGroupSize=8 nNumData=8704
nFormat=(nToneIndex(dec),nQln(dec)) nData="
(0000,255) (0001,191) (0002,183) (0003,177) (0004,255) (0005,255) (0006,255) (0007,255) (0008,255) (0009,255) [.../snip]"
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jsamuel

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   g997amdpfcg,   G997_AlarmMaskDataPathFailuresConfigGet
   g997amdpfcs,   G997_AlarmMaskDataPathFailuresConfigSet
   g997amlfcg,    G997_AlarmMaskLineFailuresConfigGet
   g997amlfcs,    G997_AlarmMaskLineFailuresConfigSet
   g997bang,      G997_BitAllocationNscGet
   g997bansg,     G997_BitAllocationNscShortGet
   g997cdrtcg,    G997_ChannelDataRateThresholdConfigGet
   g997cdrtcs,    G997_ChannelDataRateThresholdConfigSet
   g997csg,       G997_ChannelStatusGet
   g997dpfsg,     G997_DataPathFailuresStatusGet
   g997dfr,       G997_DeltFreeResources
   g997dhling,    G997_DeltHLINGet
   g997dhlinsg,   G997_DeltHLINScaleGet
   g997dhlogg,    G997_DeltHLOGGet
   g997dqlng,     G997_DeltQLNGet
   g997dsnrg,     G997_DeltSNRGet
   g997fpsg,      G997_FramingParameterStatusGet
   g997gang,      G997_GainAllocationNscGet
   g997gansg,     G997_GainAllocationNscShortGet
   g997lstg,      G997_LastStateTransmittedGet
   g997lacg,      G997_LineActivateConfigGet
   g997lacs,      G997_LineActivateConfigSet
   g997lfsg,      G997_LineFailureStatusGet
   g997lisg,      G997_LineInitStatusGet
   g997lig,       G997_LineInventoryGet
   g997listrg,    G997_LineInventorySTRingGet
   g997lis,       G997_LineInventorySet
   g997lsg,       G997_LineStatusGet
   g997lspbg,     G997_LineStatusPerBandGet
   g997ltsg,      G997_LineTransmissionStatusGet
   g997lpmcg,     G997_LowPowerModeConfigGet
   g997lpmcs,     G997_LowPowerModeConfigSet
   g997pmsft,     G997_PowerManagementStateForcedTrigger
   g997pmsg,      G997_PowerManagementStatusGet
   g997racg,      G997_RateAdaptationConfigGet
   g997racs,      G997_RateAdaptationConfigSet
   g997sang,      G997_SnrAllocationNscGet
   g997sansg,     G997_SnrAllocationNscShortGet
   g997upbosg,    G997_UsPowerBackOffStatusGet
   g997xtusecg,   G997_XTUSystemEnablingConfigGet
   g997xtusecs,   G997_XTUSystemEnablingConfigSet
   g997xtusesg,   G997_XTUSystemEnablingStatusGet
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roseway

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has anyone asked if dslstats could include support for this modem?

I'm sorry, but I won't have the time to do this.

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To give roseway a manageable task I think a script would have be added to the firmware to generate output that identically or very closely followed the HG612 output for the needed commands.  A script for the main stats (as from xdslcmd info --stats) alone would be well worth it - it would alow snr and error and status monitoring, then bit loading and snr/tones would be my second priorities.  If you needed Hlog or QLN which are only updated at sync you could get them manually.
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jsamuel

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To give roseway a manageable task I think a script would have be added to the firmware to generate output that identically or very closely followed the HG612 output for the needed commands.  A script for the main stats (as from xdslcmd info --stats) alone would be well worth it - it would alow snr and error and status monitoring, then bit loading and snr/tones would be my second priorities.  If you needed Hlog or QLN which are only updated at sync you could get them manually.

That was in my thinking, cloning of the HG612's xdslcmd. However, I believe this program only supports telnet and not SSH?
I could of course recompile the images with busybox login support for telnet. Telnet is supported, but only if no password is set. When a password is set SSH is enabled. Not setting a password will only leave it open for the network, not the outside world of course since by default the outside world doesn't have access to the modem.

I'll setup my HG612 and make an alias for the differences.
« Last Edit: August 15, 2015, 01:04:36 PM by jsamuel »
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GigabitEthernet

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I've always found it weird that OpenWRT insists on using SSH.

OpenWRT does use BusyBox, the same as HG612, so I'm wondering if perhaps it might work via SSH? I really haven't researched it in much depth though.
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GigabitEthernet

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I'm currently flashing OpenWRT on my ECI v2 (very slowly). I didn't even need to solder: I just held the header pins over the pin ports on the board.
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jsamuel

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I've always found it weird that OpenWRT insists on using SSH.

OpenWRT does use BusyBox, the same as HG612, so I'm wondering if perhaps it might work via SSH? I really haven't researched it in much depth though.
The Windows version of dslstats would need to bundle a ssh client like PuTTY which I very much doubt it does. It won't take long to rebuild with full telnet support though.
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jsamuel

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Telnet isn't supported by default because most consider it a security risk, ie easily sniffed. It's quite an old protocol and has no encryption support due to the excessive packets and overheads.
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Chrysalis

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I've always found it weird that OpenWRT insists on using SSH.

OpenWRT does use BusyBox, the same as HG612, so I'm wondering if perhaps it might work via SSH? I really haven't researched it in much depth though.

it isnt weird, its for security reasons.

In the modern world telnet is obselete, but its still used by routers as most router vendors are about a decade behind on security and technology.
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GigabitEthernet

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Right I've tried to flash OpenWRT three times now and each time it gets the file via TFTP fine but when I reboot the modem it fails to boot :(
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jsamuel

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Right I've tried to flash OpenWRT three times now and each time it gets the file via TFTP fine but when I reboot the modem it fails to boot :(
What are the errors you're getting?

I assume you've used the V2 image, but did you remember to change the uboot variables accordingly?

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set ipaddr 192.168.1.100
set serverip 192.168.1.1
set bootfile openwrt-lantiq-xrx200-VG3503J_V2-squashfs.image
set bootcmd cp.b 0xb0020000 0x80002000 0x400000\; go 0x80002000
set preboot ping 1.1.1.1\;run bootcmd
set update_openwrt erase 0xb0020000 0xb073ffff\;tftp 0x81000000 openwrt-lantiq-xrx200-VG3503J_V2-squashfs.image\;cp.b 0x81000000 0xb0020000 \$(filesize)
saveenv
run update_openwrt
reset
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GigabitEthernet

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Silly me, I'd forgotton the saveenv line! :P

I've flashed the non-G.INP image. If I want to flash the G.INP image I assume I just follow the same process?

Just out of interest, if you flashed the V1 image onto the V2 (I didn't! ;)), you say it would effectively brick the modem. Could this be undone or is this permanent?
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