I need to revert to the stock Asus firmware from Asus-Merlin on my router but cannot find any decent guidance for achieving this in Linux. The only instructions I can find is using the firmware application for windows. Has anybody done this successfully and how did you do it?.
I've never had an ASUS router, but a quick internet search suggests the router has a "rescue mode". Even though officially it involves a Windows tool, another user on Reddit was able to access the router's webpage and upload using the web browser while in this mode.
The firmware can be found under "Other" OS on the ASUS website:
(If outside the UK, try your local ASUS website since the firmware might not be compatible)
Changing IP settings (if necessary) is fairly straight forward in Ubuntu MATE using the network applet. Good luck!
I can't see how this is related to Ubuntu MATE or the MATE desktop.
Thanks for the reply, i`ll take on board your suggestions and hopefully get sorted
Thanks for the pedantic reply, sometimes we have to reach out to the community for some help when we get stuck and the answers cannot be found elsewhere especially when some of us are not tech savvy. If you want to apply your comment across the forum then you would have to include a fair proportion of what is posted.
If I have offended you then I apologise unreservedly and beg for your forgiveness.
In all fairness, this is posted in Uncategorized which is home to:
Other topics related to Ubuntu, computing and the Linux ecosystem.
Likely this ASUS router runs a form of Linux too
Ooops, my bad. I apologize. Seems i still need to get used to this forum.
The topic popped up next to "Support and Help Requests" and i though it was posted there.
chris36, forget about my previous reply.
Again, sorry. It's my mistake.
It was in Support and help Requests after being in Uncategorized for a while. I moved it back there. Sorry for acting silently.
No worries, every day is a school day