Re: Unbricking Open824RLW Router
That's an address that's negotiated when there is no dhcp server and no static address...
If your direct connection address ends in a 1, try connecting to the router using the same first three octets, but a 2 as the fourth.
Have you tried setting your card to a static address in the same network range that the router used to be in and trying to connect to the old router address.
Failing that you'll need a console cable, or to break it open and find a jtag interface.
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