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Author Topic: Problem with EasyN H3 Series  (Read 4272 times)

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May 08, 2014, 10:28:18 pm
Hi,

I have a EasyN "H3-Series" and was working ok until I connect it to a wireless router that uses as a key a 64Hex chars.
The web interface didn't allow me to write 64Hex, so I opted to use the WPS back button.
The WPS process worked but since then, I'm unable to access any service inside the camera (HTTP or RSTP).
I've tried using the assigned wireless IP, the LAN ip (with the router turned off so that it does not interfere) and tried to press the reset button for more than 15 seconds, and nothing worked.
Also tried to use again the WPS with other router with a simple password. Nothing...
The ping to the LAN interface and to the Wireless interface works. but only the ping.
I did a "nmap" and there is no open ports. Before that, I remember to see the 81, 554 and 8080 port opens. But now, there is no open ports.

I've contacted the support but were unable to help me yet. I'm thinking about a firmware bug related to 64 hex.

Anyone knows how can I fix it?

I've open it looking for the J2 conector but couldn't find it. The more similar is a J13 but I'm too sure. Photo attached.

Thanks!

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August 11, 2014, 04:57:17 pm
I've successfully connected to Serial port using those 4 pins. The connection went on 38400 8 N 1.
The camera was in an infinite booting loop because of missing web.ini file (or corrupted... not sure)
The UBoot also present some kind of problem and doesn't properly start. It never reaches the "bootloader" prompt.
The only option that works is the Burn In menu. From there I can upload a new UBoot and Linux firmware image, but I wasn't able to find the correct files.

Reading the other posts I think I first need to upload a working uboot. When I try to do it I get this log:

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MP SPI-NOR Bootstrap v0.2
Boot image offset: 0x10000. Booting Image .....
0567Will set the following freq...
PLL1: 800 MHz, PLL2: 540 MHz, CPU freq: 540 MHz, AHB freq: 270 MHz, DDR freq: 800 MHz
go...
  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
   GM Technology Corporation CPE Burnin Program v0.2.5
   Platform: GM81262220  Cache: Disabled 
   PLL1: 800 MHz       PLL2: 540 MHz       DDR: 800 MHz
   CPU : 540 MHz       HCLK: 270 MHz       PCLK: 135 MHz
   UART:   1 MHz       H.264: 270 MHz      MPEG4: 200 MHz
   STXWAMODE: RAO=1, STMWA=x
  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
( 1) DDR Test             ( 7) Watchdog Rest Test   (10) I2S Module1 Test     
(13) LCD Test             (14) Query RTC            (18) SAR ADC             
(22) Enable Cache         (35) OTG 210 Test         (50) MCP Clock Setting   
(51) FCS Test             (61) I2C Read/Write       (62) Change Cache WA_Mode
(71) Address Read         (72) Address Write        (73) Burn UBOOT image     
(74) Burn Burn-In image   (75) Burn Linux image     (76) Burn Loader image   
(77) Burn fresh spi flash (78) BootFromSD           (79) BootFromUSB         
(80) UBOOT, Linux         
Command>>73
File Name must be <u-boot.bin>
>>> Please select the storage :
 1. SD card
 2. USB OTG Mass Storage
1

header address = b0000
Wrong image header!

...SD Card on Drive C: !!!
Command initial
Copy to address 0x4000000
Wait.....................................
Total copy 151264 bytes.
image file(u-boot.bin) size == 151264
start to erasing old image...
start_sector = 176, sector_cnt = 26
......................................start to program new image to flash...
......................................
  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
   GM Technology Corporation CPE Burnin Program v0.2.5
   Platform: GM81262220  Cache: Disabled 
   PLL1: 800 MHz       PLL2: 540 MHz       DDR: 800 MHz
   CPU : 540 MHz       HCLK: 270 MHz       PCLK: 135 MHz
   UART:   1 MHz       H.264: 270 MHz      MPEG4: 200 MHz
   STXWAMODE: RAO=1, STMWA=x
  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
( 1) DDR Test             ( 7) Watchdog Rest Test   (10) I2S Module1 Test     
(13) LCD Test             (14) Query RTC            (18) SAR ADC             
(22) Enable Cache         (35) OTG 210 Test         (50) MCP Clock Setting   
(51) FCS Test             (61) I2C Read/Write       (62) Change Cache WA_Mode
(71) Address Read         (72) Address Write        (73) Burn UBOOT image     
(74) Burn Burn-In image   (75) Burn Linux image     (76) Burn Loader image   
(77) Burn fresh spi flash (78) BootFromSD           (79) BootFromUSB         
(80) UBOOT, Linux         
Command>>

And then UBOOT didn't start. Maybe the "wrong image header!" is the key, but I don't know what to do to fix it.


Thanks
« Last Edit: August 11, 2014, 06:09:53 pm by GusPS »