How to - Disassembly and root/telnet access

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How to - Disassembly and root/telnet access

Post by timtim » Sun Dec 27, 2009 3:35 am

Hi all,
Added various information for the Home Media Network Hard Drive and a disassembly & root access how to at the NAS Central iomega wiki:

http://iomega.nas-central.org/w/index.p ... Home_Media

Enjoy...

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Re: Home Media - Disassembly and root access

Post by timtim » Wed Dec 30, 2009 3:40 am

Update: You can now do this without having to open your device using the web interface with a few clicks. I have updated the article above with instructions on how to do this (after working out how the updater mechanism
works on this device - thats documented in the wiki now too!).

http://iomega.nas-central.org/wiki/Home ... oot_Access

:D

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Re: Home Media - Disassembly and root access

Post by Dirg » Sun Apr 04, 2010 1:36 pm

I've been taking a look at the files on the HMND and I've tried with no success so far to alter option via putty to allow us to get access to the TwonkyVision admin page.

I have hexedited the option enableweb=0 to 2 and then transferred the file back over to the directory via tftp.

Is it possible the HMND is performing a file check whenever it is rebooted?

What do you know about the file jimage in /restore ? Is it used to replace files if they are altered?

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Re: Home Media - Disassembly and root access

Post by md83 » Sun Jun 20, 2010 6:27 pm

On my mainboard is "only" the OXE810SE.

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Re: How to - Disassembly and root/telnet access

Post by Thijs » Sun Mar 13, 2011 12:18 pm

Thank you for this, I'm now enjoying Telnet sessions and root access :)

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Re: How to - Disassembly and root/telnet access

Post by bkcooler » Thu Jul 12, 2012 1:24 pm

Thank you for the instructions.
Before I found this link, I've updated the firmware to 2.104
Any possibility of updating the hack to work with 2.104?

Thanks.

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Re: How to - Disassembly and root/telnet access

Post by Mijzelf » Fri Jul 13, 2012 2:20 pm

AFAIK the latest version just works on 2.104. Link

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Re: How to - Disassembly and root/telnet access

Post by jnich » Tue Sep 11, 2012 12:59 pm

FYI, I just tried the telnet update against a 2.104 firmware, but the web interface gave me a "this update is only for firmware version 2.063" message. I'm considering my downgrade options at this point.

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Re: How to - Disassembly and root/telnet access

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Re: How to - Disassembly and root/telnet access

Post by kpon » Sat Nov 03, 2012 11:05 pm

hi,

i applied enable_telnet.tgz.encrypted in the web interface. It rebooted back up. (on firmware 2.104)

When i use terminal to ssh, it says port 22: connection refused.

i'm typing in ssh nascentral@192.168.1.28

please help? i'm hoping i can change the remote access port, since my ISP blocks port 80 and 443

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Re: How to - Disassembly and root/telnet access

Post by Mijzelf » Sun Nov 04, 2012 6:35 pm

ssh != telnet.

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Re: How to - Disassembly and root/telnet access

Post by kpon » Sun Nov 04, 2012 10:14 pm

i am so smart -- s-m-r-t

ugh, thanks for that!

would you happen to know how I can change the port for remote access?

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Re: How to - Disassembly and root/telnet access

Post by Mijzelf » Mon Nov 05, 2012 7:07 am

/etc/lighttpd.conf, I suppose.

Or let your router do some port translation.

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Re: How to - Disassembly and root/telnet access

Post by GwynethLlewelyn » Wed Mar 18, 2015 1:54 am

Ok, hmm, I know this is an old topic but...

I do have 2.104, and uploaded enable_telnet.tgz.encrypted from the web interface.

It displayed things like 'verifying update' or something similar, with 2-3 refreshes saying the same thing. I didn't see any errors.

Then suddenly the web page went blank with 'connection failed'. I assumed it was doing the reboot and waited for a while.

The NAS stopped responding to pings. No LEDs are on. I waited and waited, until I finally tried to do some resets clicking on the button on the NAS. No luck; nothing; no LEDs on.

Finally, I power cycled the NAS. It finally lighted up the white LED for a while, blinked slowly for a bit, and turned itself off after a minute or two. No pings, no web page.

I'm assuming that I got the NAS bricked?
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Re: How to - Disassembly and root/telnet access

Post by GwynethLlewelyn » Wed Mar 18, 2015 1:59 am

.... wait wait wait wait wait.

Ignore all the above!!!

It WORKS!

I simply didn't wait long enough. Apparently I really, really, really had to waaaaaaaaait. And wait. And wait a bit more. And after all that waiting, FINALLY the NAS came up, and oh yes, telnet works flawlessly as announced!

Now to fix those nasty files with wrong permissions that I cannot delete... yay.

Whoever is still reading these forums, a bug hug of thanks for all the hard work doing this!

Oh, and perhaps someone who still has editing permissions on the Wiki should add a short sentence saying: 'Please be VERY patient, your NAS will take a LOT of time to reboot — if after half an hour nothing happens, then you can start panicking, but not BEFORE that'.
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