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[Unlock] Linksys RTP300 from Vonage

January 30, 2012

Thank you to ….
http://thegeekoftheworld.com/unlock-rtp300/
….for the instructions i used to unlock mine.

[Unlock] Linksys RTP300 from Vonage

Hello Guys Here’s how to hack your Jailed RTP300

Step 1. Files you will need

  1. tFTP -> http://tftpd32.jounin.net/download/Tftpd32-3.35-setup.exe
  2. The Zip -> Hack RTP300.zip
  3. Firefox -> www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/ With -> https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/60

Keep this page aways up so you have something to look at case you forget something

Step 2: Configure TFTP32

  1. Run TFTP32. Click settings, and then setup the base directory. Use the directory you installed the program (ex. C:\Program Files\TFTP32) and make sure the extracted files from the ZIP are in this directory. Change security to none, and set the timeout and max retransmit to 10 and then hit OK.

Step 3: Unlock the Console using Ping Hack

  1. Make sure you have downloaded everything from step 1 and ensure the getready file from the ZIP is in the TFTP32 folder. Now disconnect from the internet and connect directly to the RTP300 making sure the device is also not connected to the internet (ie. pull the Ethernet cord out of the WAN port). Also make sure to disable any Anti-Virus and firewall programs that may be running.
  2. Use a paperclip and hard reset the RTP300 (hold reset for 10-15 seconds). Go to »192.168.15.1 with the username/pass of admin/admin. Once the router restarts go to Administration >> Ping. Also make sure TFTP32 is running.
  3. On the Ping popup, right click >> Web Developer >> Forms >> Remove Maximum Lengths.

Enter the following and click Ping.

  1. 127.0.0.1 &&cd /var/tmp &&wget tftp://192.168.15.100/getready

Right Click >> Web Developer >> Forms >> Remove Maximum Lengths. Enter the following and click Ping.

  1. 127.0.0.1 &&cd /var/tmp &&chmod 755 getready

Right Click >> Web Developer >> Forms >> Remove Maximum Lengths. Enter the following and click Ping.

  1. 127.0.0.1 &&sh /var/tmp/getready

After a few seconds you should see some information in the output box. Scroll down to the last line and look for CONSOLE_STATE unlocked. If you see this you are good to go. Now Restart the RTP300

Step 5. The Hack

  1. Log back into the router and go to Administration >> Ping. Also make sure TFTP32 is running.
  2. On the Ping popup, right click >> Web Developer >> Forms >> Remove Maximum Lengths.

Enter the following and click Ping.

  1. 127.0.0.1 &&cd /var/tmp &&wget tftp://192.168.15.100/install

Right Click >> Web Developer >> Forms >> Remove Maximum Lengths. Enter the following and click Ping.

  1. 127.0.0.1 &&cd /var/tmp &&chmod 755 install

Right Click >> Web Developer >> Forms >> Remove Maximum Lengths. Enter the following and click Ping.

  1. 127.0.0.1 &&sh /var/tmp/install

You should now see a file transfer in progress under TFTP32. After the firmware has been transferred the power light on the RTP300 will start to blink if everything is successful. DO NOT INTERRUPT THIS PROCESS. IT MAY TAKE UP TO 2-4 MINUTES TO COMPLETE. WAIT FOR THE POWER LIGHT TO RETURN SOLID AND FOR AN ETHERNET LINK TO BE ESTABLISHED.

Boom Son you got non vonage RTP300!!!

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Please take notice if the list of above commands do not work 100% for you try this set instead.

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  • Hey thanks a bunch for your tutorial! I had to make a few changes to the ping codes to get my RTP300 (5.01.04) to work. Here is what I used.

    192.168.15.1 & cd /var/tmp; wget tftp://192.168.15.100/getready
    192.168.15.1 & chmod 755 /var/tmp/getready
    192.168.15.1 & sh /var/tmp/getready
    —-
    192.168.15.1 & cd /var/tmp; wget tftp://192.168.15.100/install
    192.168.15.1 & chmod 755 /var/tmp/install
    192.168.15.1 & sh /var/tmp/install

    Thanks again!

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  1. Glad it Worked out

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