A list of compatibility checks:
- Do the leds work as they should?
- The button(s)?
- The fan?
- Do the temperature and fan values in the webinterface show reasonable values?
- Do the USB ports work?
s053012 wrote:The flashed firmware version is 4.40(AFN0)C0, although this is listed as 'undefined' in the 'FW Upgrade' section of the web GUI.
I was wrong in the first place. The firmware version that I flashed was the standard 4.40(AFK0)C0 which is also what the web GUI reports now. Have a look at the screen shot below:Mijzelf wrote:BTW, strange that your firmware is now (AFN0). So it seems that this is imposed by the board, and not by the firmware. Then why does ZyXEL always put it in the firmware name?
I tried it and it is not working for me. I moved the original usb_key_func from nsa310_fw to root and added .2 to file extension. To the file I added a line for logging and one to bypass version checking. I think that the script still is checking for a valid md5 hash, but I don't know how to remove that checking..Mijzelf wrote:I have 'written' an 'universal' usb_key_func.sh, you can find it here. Extract it to the root of your stick, and it will call a script usb_key_func.sh.2. In this script you can put whatever you want.
Let me know if it works for you.
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#/bin/sh /mnt/parnerkey/nsa310_fw/usb_key_func.sh exit 1