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Re: supported network devices in WDLXTV_G2-0.4.5.0+   

Postby Deluxe23 » Thu Dec 06, 2012 3:23 pm

can anybody help me ?
i have a gen2 with WDLXTV_0.4.5.3 flashed.
and a "AVM Fritz!WLAN N" Stick
a usb stick on port1 and wlanstick on port 2
on usbstick at port1 i have the net.config:

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##
## Network configuration file
##
## This file is sourced multiple times
## it SHOULD NOT contain commands whose
## effect would be adverse/detrimental
## if executed more than once
##
## To enable a line remove the hash '#'
##

## ********* enable Wireless *********
## must set to FALSE for wired ethernet
#
WIRELESS=TRUE

## ********* !!!!!! NEW !!!!!! *********
##  if you do not know what driver your network device uses
##  then uncomment the line below and the driver will
##  be automagically detected. You still *HAVE TO* set
##    WIRELESS=TRUE  or  WIRELESS=FALSE
##  along with any network settings you require
#
network-device-detector

## *************************************
## to load a network driver manually if you know its driver
## enter the modprobe statement below
## to find which driver network-device-detector selected for you
## grep net.config /tmp/messages.txt
## options are: 8192cu,8712u, arusb_lnx, rt2570, rt3370sta,
## rt3572sta, rt73, rtl8150, rtl8187, zd1201, zd1211rw
#modprobe __________

#######################################################
#######################################################
############# WIRELESS SETTINGS #######################
#######################################################
#######################################################

## SSID:
SSID=******

## your auth mode:
#AUTHMODE=WEP
#AUTHMODE=WPAPSK
AUTHMODE=WPA2PSK

## your encryption (WPA[2]/PSK only) type:
#ENCRYPTION_TYPE=TKIP
ENCRYPTION_TYPE=AES

## WEP / WPA-PSK key
ENCRYPTION_KEY=******

#######################################################
#######################################################
################ WIRED SETTINGS #######################
#######################################################
#######################################################

## Enable ONE driver below depending on your wireless adapter

## ASIX compatible adapters:
#modprobe asix

## Pegasus compatible adapters:
#modprobe pegasus

## rtl8150 compatible adapters:
#modprobe rtl8150

## net1080 compatible adapters:
#modprobe net1080

## kaweth compatible adapters:
#modprobe kaweth

#######################################################
#######################################################
################# GENERAL SETTINGS ####################
##
## Dynamic IP Configuration:
DHCP=yes

##
## Static IP Configuration:  (only if not DHCP)
#DHCP=no
#IP=192.168.0.10
#GW=192.168.0.1
#NM=255.255.255.0
#DNS1=192.168.0.1
#DNS2=205.171.3.65

## attempt to set jumbo frames
MTU=9000

##
## Optional:




can anbody help me? what do i wrong ?
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Re: supported network devices in WDLXTV_G2-0.4.5.0+   

Postby Taz » Tue Dec 11, 2012 2:54 pm

hi, me again. i now have a "v0BDAp8172" 8712u wifi stick but i cant get it to run. the stick should be supported, as listed

here is my net.conf file (on a fat32 stick)
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##
## Network configuration file
##
## This file is sourced multiple times
## it SHOULD NOT contain commands whose
## effect would be adverse/detrimental
## if executed more than once
##
## To enable a line remove the hash '#'
##

## ********* enable Wireless *********
## must set to FALSE for wired ethernet
#
WIRELESS=TRUE

## ********* !!!!!! NEW !!!!!! *********
##  if you do not know what driver your network device uses
##  then uncomment the line below and the driver will
##  be automagically detected. You still *HAVE TO* set
##    WIRELESS=TRUE  or  WIRELESS=FALSE
##  along with any network settings you require
#
network-device-detector

## *************************************
## to load a network driver manually if you know its driver
## enter the modprobe statement below
## to find which driver network-device-detector selected for you
## grep net.config /tmp/messages.txt
## options are: 8192cu,8712u, arusb_lnx, rt2570, rt3370sta,
## rt3572sta, rt73, rtl8150, rtl8187, zd1201, zd1211rw
#modprobe __________

#######################################################
#######################################################
############# WIRELESS SETTINGS #######################
#######################################################
#######################################################

## SSID:
SSID=mynetworkedited

## your auth mode:
#AUTHMODE=WEP
#AUTHMODE=WPAPSK
AUTHMODE=WPA2PSK

## your encryption (WPA[2]/PSK only) type:
#ENCRYPTION_TYPE=TKIP
ENCRYPTION_TYPE=AES

## WEP / WPA-PSK key
ENCRYPTION_KEY=mypersonalkeyedited

#######################################################
#######################################################
################ WIRED SETTINGS #######################
#######################################################
#######################################################

## Enable ONE driver below depending on your wireless adapter

## ASIX compatible adapters:
#modprobe asix

## Pegasus compatible adapters:
#modprobe pegasus

## rtl8150 compatible adapters:
#modprobe rtl8150

## net1080 compatible adapters:
#modprobe net1080

## kaweth compatible adapters:
#modprobe kaweth

#######################################################
#######################################################
################# GENERAL SETTINGS ####################
##
## Dynamic IP Configuration:
DHCP=yes

##
## Static IP Configuration:  (only if not DHCP)
#DHCP=no
#IP=192.168.0.10
#GW=192.168.0.1
#NM=255.255.255.0
#DNS1=192.168.0.1
#DNS2=205.171.3.65

## attempt to set jumbo frames
MTU=9000

##
## Optional:


i dont get anything. also no status update of a new dhcp client or wifi client on my router-overview-page

any advice what i miss? maybe kad? any help is appreciated.
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Re: supported network devices in WDLXTV_G2-0.4.5.0+   

Postby Taz » Wed Dec 12, 2012 12:56 pm

ok. i've flashed Padavans "wdtv_g2_ext_v200.zip" http://wdhd.ru/board/index.php?a=vtopic&t=1885 and its working all out of the box!
everything! its already packed with cool stuff like a webfrontend to config around etc.

don't be afraid of the russian language, there is everything translated into english. have fun. my wdtv gen 2 is rocking again! i'm happy
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Re: supported network devices in WDLXTV_G2-0.4.5.0+   

Postby tlepird » Thu Jan 17, 2013 8:35 am

Can not find VID:PID number in Windows 7 devices. When I look into properties I do not see a VID:PID number any where :roll:
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Re: supported network devices in WDLXTV_G2-0.4.5.0+   

Postby recliq » Thu Jan 17, 2013 9:46 am

A simple google search for 'windows vid:pid' lists several sites all describing what to do...
eg. http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/96442-device-manager-finding-unknown-devices.html
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Re: supported network devices in WDLXTV_G2-0.4.5.0+   

Postby gaf » Mon Jan 28, 2013 11:03 pm

KAD wrote:I can't really guide you on this one, I never owned or ever played with a gen2

but if it's like any other WDLXTV
you need to keep the usb stick with net.config
and the wifi dongle plugged in
if the net.config is correct a hard reboot, should enable it


Hi there,

I'm stuck with a SMCWUSB-G with the pid/vid listed as supported under zd1211rw.
Correct net.config and tried all kind of wireless settings with my router, all i get is blinking led on stick.
Driver seems to be loaded, but no connectivity at all.

Any ideas?
Thx
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