It seems it is not the problem. I really thought the NLSU2 was bricked because upslug2 systematically failed afterwards but I eventually succeeded in reflashing unslung using redboot+tftp. Then tried again with openwrt kamikaze 8.09.1 using upslug2. I tried the unplug my router from the switch but IP addressing does not seem to be the problem (moreover there is a DHCP server).
Any other suggestion ?
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Mathis Rosenhauer <rosenhauer@...> wrote:
> opt12001 wrote:
> > I tried to flash from Debian to openwrt and after the flash, the NLSU2
> > tried to boot (I saw on my DHCP server it retrieved an IP address but
> > remained not pingable. After all led blinked one after the other, only
> > the Ethernet LED remains lighted.
> Openwrt has 192.168.1.1 as its initial IP address. Usually this is what
> your router has so you maybe have to change your router's address
> temporally or connect directly to the slug with a crossover cable to
> change the slug's IP.