Thank you for your prompt reply. I just confirmed everything in this
message. Luckily I DID have an older WRAP board lying around and that has
saved my bacon today! I was able to boot the original flash on the old wrap
board and reset the interfaces but could not get it to pickup the wifi
miniPCI card (non-critical for my application).
I now have a working unit I can send back to the site, and the PPPoE config
is intact. I will also send them a spare router just in case an unforseen
hiccup occurs until all the bugs are worked out.
On 1/10/08, Manuel Kasper <mk at neon1 dot net> wrote:
> Hi John,
> On 10.01.2008, at 15:48, John Rogers wrote:
> > I just received the ALIX based WRAP unit today. It seems the
> > system is
> > booting with the pre-release, but I cannot pull an IP from the box.
> > I'll
> > copy the bootup output from the terminal:
> That explains everything. ALIX is a totally different board than the
> WRAP (even though it's from the same manufacturer and intended as a
> replacement for the WRAP), and the 1.2x m0n0wall images will not work
> properly on ALIX boards (as you've just discovered). You can only run
> m0n0wall 1.3b on ALIX boards at this time.
> At this point, pretty much all you can do is take out the CF card and
> reflash it with m0n0wall 1.3b7. So far, a preliminary image with the
> AT&T/Bellsouth fix has only been released in the 1.2x branch (-> 1.233-
> pre). However, now that MPD 4.4 is available, it will only be a matter
> of days until m0n0wall 1.3b8 (which will then also include the fix and
> work on ALIX boards) is released.
> > anything else. Is there a way i can access the config XML file via a
> > shell? I need to pull the PPPoE login info off the system as I
> > don't have
> > it saved anywhere. Preferrably, I'd like to get the entire XML file
> > if
> > possible. Any way to get to a shell? I'd like to really make a
> > backup of
> > the config so I don't lose hours of configuration work.
> If you have a WRAP board lying around, you could plug the CF in it and
> then download the config via the webGUI. Otherwise, it'll get more
> complicated and probably require the use of a FreeBSD machine.