Telnet/SSH help

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Charles Neeley
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Telnet/SSH help

Useing the guides found from the wiki on setting up ipv6 with dynamic ipv4, it says i have to make a file with telnet or SSH /jffs/etc/config/6to4.wanup:

I have tryed many ways of doing this but apparently im getting it wrong as i recieve the errors of cannot cd to /config. What is the command line i need to put this file onto where it needs to be?

Ole Juul
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What firmware are you using?

What firmware are you using? I just installed Shibby AIO and there is no /jffs/etc/ and the /jffs directory is write only. There are some other threads about /jffs here which might be useful.

That said, and assuming you have a writable file system, here is how I would do it:

scp 6to4.wanup root@192.168.1.1:/jffs/etc/config

Substitute whatever IP you are using for this router.

Charles Neeley
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http://blog.dev001.net/post

http://blog.dev001.net/post/33503557513/dd-wrt-ipv6-and-6to4-with-dynami...

That is the guide i am speaking of and this is on DD-WRT kong 20500

Ole Juul
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I'm just trying to understand

I'm just trying to understand this myself, but there seems to be a problem with jffs. Perhaps this thread is informative.

Ole Juul
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My previous posts got deleted

My previous posts got deleted but the answer to your title question might be of interest to others searching these forums so here it is again:

$ scp 6to4.wanup root@192.168.1.1:/jffs/etc/config

That is how you put a file by the name 6to4.wanup in /jffs/etc/config. Of course the IP might be different for you.

That said, it does look like there is some other problem. I don't understand it yet but it looks like there are issues with mounting jffs on some routers. A search for "jffs" on these forums will bring up an interesting thread.

PS: I won't post the actual link because I think that's why my previous post got deleted. :)

Charles Neeley
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Thank you so very much for

Thank you so very much for the information. I will look further into the other threads you mention and will mess around with this a bit more. My interest was to give DD-WRT a run but without that file (or i am assumeing since it isnt working) it just will not do the tunnel.

this is just a temp fix as i will be getting a modem which supports ipv6 soon, i just have to find where i can buy one with a telephony part since i have their phone service as well.

triss200
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thanks for great guide

thanks for great guide charles. It help me to.