The DG834GT operates at 3.3V, so whatever you use must be able to interface at this voltage.
In the following replace 10.0.2.1 with your router's IP.
The DG834GT can appear to hang, as the files being downloaded and configured are large.
/proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward IP=192.168.1.3 #internal INT=eth0 EXT=wlan0 #setup static IP on interface to the netgear verbose ifconfig eth0 $IP netmask 255.255.255.0 #set up routing verbose iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -o $EXT -j MASQUERADE #allow router to connect out and remote servers to respond verbose iptables -A FORWARD -i $INT -o $EXT -j ACCEPT verbose iptables -A FORWARD -i $EXT -o $INT -m state --state RELATED, ESTABLISHED -j ACCEPT exit Occasionally the PC may loose the internet.
It might prioritize routing traffic through the DG834GT rather than the interface to the internet.
Roughly speaking the steps you'll need to follow are: If you are working on Windows, this author would strongly suggest having UNIX tools at your disposal to make life a little easier.
This could be as simple as Unx Utils or as complex as Cygwin.The Netgear Firmware Recovery tool basically does the same as the NFTP tool, discovering the device using type 0x8888 Ethernet frames, and then communicating with the firmware using the same frame type.No TFTP is used by the Firmware Recovery tool or by NFTP.Note that if you're using Unx Utils, you can't point dd at /dev/zero.Instead, point it at a real file, on the understanding that first few bytes (up to 1023) of the real file will turn up at the end of the image.Dump of the CFE with dd if=/dev/mtd2 is in format Big Endian, but the dump with JTag Cable is in format Little Endian so for restore a CFE need convert the image file.