oh, i cannot restore sequence completely, but in in both cases im updated firmware[just as suggested wiki, like update itself suggested by paper in RouterBoard box/package(which is nice advice, btw)] after uploading fresh ROS[6.0rc5 each attempt], after restart, but only worked after im uploaded one-file update[not bunch of smaller&one big packages]and updated it.button also works correctly, if you upgrade the bootloader to 3.02
good to know - i will have to look into updating the bootloader codebutton also works correctly, if you upgrade the bootloader to 3.02
connect with Winbox and use the [..] button to search the device MAC address. Use the Ether1 port. It will find the address, click on it to connect. Then you can re-apply the configuration. I will try to find the full config and will post hereI hate to Shanghai a thread, but I am having pretty much the same problem, and the OP said he is good, so I didn't see the point in opening a new post. I blew out the RouterOS with 5.22 via netinstall, now my RB2011 is not handing out DHCP or offering wireless.
The manual doesn't really say what to do after netinstall, and so I am assuming that I blew out the config in its entirety.
Can anyone point me in the right direction? I have tried some targeted forum searches, but it seems my n00bness with RouterOS means I don't know what to search for. This kind of networking is not squarely in my wheelhouse.
I do not have a console cable, but will get what I need to use if for later. In the interim, I am hoping that there is a solution that will get me there without console access. For instance, is there a RB2011UAS-HnD-IN default configuration RSC file that I can upload with flashfig from netinstall that I simply don't know how to find?
It is meant to prevent accidental disconnection. Our next update of the case design will have the plug outside. The reset button is accessible from ourside of the case, there is no label at the moment.good to know - i will have to look into updating the bootloader codebutton also works correctly, if you upgrade the bootloader to 3.02
i as well did not see any reset button on the back of the case
so i opened the case to find the button - perhaps a label would be informative to users?
as well i found it interesting that the powerplug is held within the case (unique but not useful)
seems odd not to have the plug accessible from the exterior of the case
Just found that under RoS V6 you can reset from the LCD (last menu). Default password is 1234.Hi,
This is exactly what I needed -- the exact location of the reset button. I used a 3/5-inch tiewrap to insert into the rectangular hole and access the reset button.