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 Post subject: TerraMaster F2-NAS
PostPosted: Fri Jan 09, 2015 4:20 pm 
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Hey people. I hacked this thing. Both JTAG and UART are accessible easily on the main PCB. I have a working kernel compiled and gentoo system installed on it. Will add pics and instructions soon. Can you please pin it somehow or create a new manufacturer on the website? How can I do it? I want to share my knowledge...


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 Post subject: Re: TerraMaster F2-NAS
PostPosted: Sat Jan 10, 2015 12:33 pm 
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Pinning makes no sense, as people will find your thread using Google anyway. When more threads about this NAS will arise (probably attracted by yours), a new subforum will be created.


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 Post subject: Re: TerraMaster F2-NAS
PostPosted: Tue Aug 11, 2015 1:41 pm 
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I'm thinking about buying this box and running ideally Debian on it. I was wondering whether you were able to make its USB work in the host mode? I'm not interested in connecting Terramaster to a computer but it would be very nice if I can attach a printer or an USB disk to it.


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 Post subject: Re: TerraMaster F2-NAS
PostPosted: Fri Nov 06, 2015 11:47 pm 
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It just works with kernel drivers. Tested with flash drives, hard drive enclosures, hubs, wifi cards etc. Don't see why it wouldn't work.


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 Post subject: Re: TerraMaster F2-NAS
PostPosted: Thu Nov 12, 2015 7:25 pm 
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My F2-NAS has just arrived. Could you please share pinout of the console port? I suppose that console is J4 (it has 6 pins) and JTAG is J5, right? The J2 looks like another USB port, have you tried to connect anything to it?


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 Post subject: Re: TerraMaster F2-NAS
PostPosted: Mon Dec 14, 2015 7:39 pm 
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So, the console is J4:
1 GND
2 Rx
3 Tx
4 nc?
5 nc?
6 +3.3V

This is how does it boot with ethernet cable connected:
Code:
ROM Code Running
halSPI_ProtectStatus_Clean,status =  0x0
INI_ROM_ON_FACTORY_TEST_MODE = 0x3
JM2357_SPI_FLASH_ID = 0x3267ACE9
0x31373533
The spi_flash_id = 0x3267ACE9
0x31373533
Normal Mode Will Jump to SRAM
The DDR Train at spi addr  = 0x1000
The DDR Train at Sram addr  = 0xB0004000
image_len  = 0x8C0
ASIC_300M_CLOCK DDR init
ASIC_300M_CLOCK DDR1
DDR IF reset
0xb8000c20 = 0x2
0xb8000c24 = 0x8131
0xb8000c28 = 0x22220342
0xb8000c2c = 0x20E56
0xb8000c30 = 0x10200080
0xb8000c34 = 0x1177
0xb8000000 = 0x1
0xb8000004 = 0x73
0xb8000008 = 0x0
0xb800000c = 0x0
0xb8000010 = 0x0
0xb8000014 = 0x0
0xb8000018 = 0xE0E
0xb800001c = 0x0
0xb8000020 = 0x0
0xb8000024 = 0x40010842
0xb8000028 = 0x0
0xb8000030 = 0x0
Das firmware Image at spi_addr = 0x18C0
Das firmware will loading to currentDDRaddr = 0x20000000
Das firmware image size = 0x7B18

 -=========================================-
       Boot Loader [LOADER 1.04V]     

       Press <ESC> to enter extra mode
 -=========================================-

Vendor ID : 8c, Device ID : 2115

Default MAC: 00:11:22:E5:EA:93
Default IP: 169.254.0.1
Initialize MAC & PHY... PHY_ADDRESS = 0x1, Broadcam's PHY
PHY link is UP, work on 1000Mbs, FULL Duplex
Start Decompress Kernel.............................................................................OK
Jump to kernel...

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  CodeTek JCS358 [LanDisk] JCS358E-1.04s 
  Hardware Version : 0000 Speed 300MHz
==========================================
System running!....
Vendor ID : 8C, Device ID : 2115
ESMT F25L16QA (2MB)
SATA: RAID mode enable.
WebDAV: use SMB's CFG.
FTPS: use SMB's CFG.
GPIO_MODE: Set to 0 mode.
Vendor_VID: terra-master
SYS_LoadVendorConfig: WEBRD "www.mydisk.biz"
TCP/IP initialized
PPP: initial ok.
4 LED Mode
TCP/IP Start
SEARCH_Task(): SEARCH Initial done.
HTTPS_Task(): initial done, port:8000 eport:8000.
DAV_Task: WEBDAV 8088 /webdav initial OK.
Line print server listening at port 515...
SATA0 Phy has been detected
ATA Initialize!
1 IDE devices attached at [ide]
HD Model: HITACHI HDS7225SCSUN250G 0713BE4WRK     
JM390: detect OK, FW 9.88.
FAT64 initial done.
SMB_Task(): SMB Initial done.
TX Descriptor DMA Start:        0x40008040
RX Descriptor DMA Start:        0x40008840
PHY ID: 0x362, Model: 0x5E61
PHY link is UP, work on 1000Mbs,FULL Duplex
eth0 link up
MAC Addr: 00:11:22:E5:EA:93
UPNP_PM_Init: updTime 10 min, initial ok.
CMD>ITUNES_Task: Initial done.
SOAP_Task(): SOAP Initial done.
<UPNP> UPNPAV is UP.
UPNP_Task(): UPNP AV Initial done.
BTS_MainTask_Init: init BT OK.
Current interface port0!
DHCPC: Bind IP (192.168.1.130) OK.
...UPNP_PM: Service not found 1!
UPNP_PM: Service not found 2!
UPNP_PM: Service not found 3!
UPNP_PM: Service not found 4!
UPNP_PM: Service not found 5!
WEBRD_Update: fail.

I have not been able to break the boot process yet (pressing ESC does not work for me for some reason) nor get some kind of login prompt once the boot is done.


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 Post subject: Re: TerraMaster F2-NAS
PostPosted: Tue Apr 12, 2016 11:44 am 
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Hello

what properties for serial port?

Bps/Par/Bits
Software or hardware control

Thanks!


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 Post subject: Re: TerraMaster F2-NAS
PostPosted: Tue Apr 19, 2016 7:57 pm 
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15200/8/N/1 works for me


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 Post subject: Re: TerraMaster F2-NAS
PostPosted: Mon Feb 06, 2017 9:38 pm 
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I know this is a bit of an older thread, but I recently picked up one of these NAS's (budget friendly and Plex compatible). I was wondering if anyone had gotten a custom OS running on it. The lack of VPN support and lack of apps in general for it is annoying but isn't worth returning it over.


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