Comments on: Updating DSL-2640T to RouterTech Firmware

Comments on: Updating DSL-2640T to RouterTech FirmwareBy: MHAQSBy: baraozemoBy: krackedBy: MHAQSBy: ManuelPortugaBy: MHAQSBy: JohlBy: MHAQSBy: badroBy: MHAQS

/updating-dsl-2640t-to-routertech-firmware/ is Mohammad Haseeb’s online Portfolio Sun, 04 Oct 2015 13:44:19 +0000 hourly 1 /updating-dsl-2640t-to-routertech-firmware/comment-page-1/#comment-2225 Sat, 29 Dec 2012 20:32:51 +0000 /?p=142#comment-2225 The latest firmware 2.97 is this one.

]]> /updating-dsl-2640t-to-routertech-firmware/comment-page-1/#comment-2223 Thu, 27 Dec 2012 22:16:20 +0000 /?p=142#comment-2223 Hello MHAQS,

I have the same modem DSL 2640T , and I upgraded “very easy”..
only reset the modem and flash the firmware “img” inside the file that “ManuelPortuga” gave the download, and all works fine..

My modem is “annex A” not “B”…

is flying very good now… lol…

Where I can get the last firmware for this?

Canno’t find this file (with this begin) “routertech-rohs-ar7wrd-pspboot-firmware” in the routertech board…
could you please post a link to us of the last compatible firmware for us?

]]> /updating-dsl-2640t-to-routertech-firmware/comment-page-1/#comment-2020 Sat, 23 Jun 2012 15:23:25 +0000 /?p=142#comment-2020 what does “echo NVS_TFTP_LOAD 0 > /proc/ticfg/env” do? Is it that i run this code via telnet?]]> /updating-dsl-2640t-to-routertech-firmware/comment-page-1/#comment-802 Sat, 19 Mar 2011 05:11:25 +0000 /?p=142#comment-802 Hello,

You must be the first one to have have an Annex B 2640T. This may be because of your region. I haven’t heard of one before this. Anyhow, I’m glad it worked for you. For others, please refer to the router upgrade utility before flashing firmware on your router. Also, always notice the specs of your router (written on the backside) before doing anything.

]]> /updating-dsl-2640t-to-routertech-firmware/comment-page-1/#comment-801 Sat, 19 Mar 2011 02:50:24 +0000 /?p=142#comment-801 Hello Friends.

I enjoyed your post, but unfortunately not succeeded with wireless on my 2640T …

I did all the procedures described in his fine blog, but I had the same success …

After giving a read on the forum TouterTech RouterTech_ROHS_3.7.1B put the firmware and thankfully everything went well.

For those who want to upgrade your modem / router 2640T (at your own risk) 100% funcinal, no telnet, no codes, follow the link – [3.31 MiB] http:/ /

Even more.

Ola Amigo.

Gostei muito de seu post, mas infelizmente não obtive sucesso com wireless no meu 2640T após a sua sugestão…

fiz todos os procedimentos descritos em seu belo blog, mas não tive sucesso mesmo…

Após dando uma lida no forum TouterTech coloquei o firmware RouterTech_ROHS_3.7.1B e felizmente deu tudo certo.

Para quem quizer atualizar o modem/router 2640T (por sua conta e risco) 100% funcinal, sem telnet, sem códigos, segue o link – [3.31 MiB]

Até mais.

]]> /updating-dsl-2640t-to-routertech-firmware/comment-page-1/#comment-745 Wed, 29 Sep 2010 20:50:01 +0000 /?p=142#comment-745 The Routertech firmware uses BusyBox, which is an embedded version of linux. You may be able to write an application if you know embedded linux programming. You also might wanna head over to routertech forums and search on the internet, because somebody may already have done what you are trying to accomplish.]]> /updating-dsl-2640t-to-routertech-firmware/comment-page-1/#comment-744 Wed, 29 Sep 2010 20:34:27 +0000 /?p=142#comment-744 Hey Mohamed

This question may be off topic but is RouterTech Firmware linux based? once installed on my 2640T, can I create & run my custom compiled application every time the router starts? I want to create a SPI firewall to do a very specific task to all masqueraded packets.


]]> /updating-dsl-2640t-to-routertech-firmware/comment-page-1/#comment-719 Mon, 19 Jul 2010 11:03:24 +0000 /?p=142#comment-719 Hey,

Don’t worry, your Router isn’t trashed. If RouterTech isn’t working for you, you can switch back to your Router’s original firmware. Once your switch back, try the flash once again using the correct firmware. RUC doesn’t work at times because it might blocked by something. Try the whole process once again and if you need detailed help, you can always visit the’s forum.

]]> /updating-dsl-2640t-to-routertech-firmware/comment-page-1/#comment-718 Mon, 19 Jul 2010 09:44:11 +0000 /?p=142#comment-718 hello,
I bricked my router (D-link dsl 2640T), the RUC is not work at first time i got this message “router is not responding”.
But if i use RRT or Pctool i can update the router but after it doesn’t work.
what can i do.
help me!!!!]]> /updating-dsl-2640t-to-routertech-firmware/comment-page-1/#comment-707 Thu, 27 May 2010 10:13:37 +0000 /?p=142#comment-707 Here’s what can help you:

– The username and password for a default installation of RouterTech is “Admin”. Notice the capital A? Also, when you telnet into the router, you need to enter the username as “root” and the password as “Admin”. The telnet session will not show you typing your password. Just type “Admin” and press Enter. It will log you in.

– If your Router cannot establish a PPPOE session and obtain a WAN IP. You may be a victim of a rare PPPOE issue in DSL-2640T with some ISPs. From what I’ve experienced, it’s a hardware issue and you may not be able to get around it. You can of course visit the forums and ask them for help.

– The router should not get hot. If it is getting hot then “stand” in a vertical fashion. It may be the temperature of the room or the position of the router that is not helping the ventilation of heat.