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You can calculate the checksum of a firmware image file using '''md5sum'''. This command should work on most Linux distros or you can upload the firmware into the router and calculate the checksum via a '''[[Command line interfaces|Command line interfaces]]'''.
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You can calculate the checksum of a firmware image file using '''md5sum'''. This command should work on most Linux distros or you can upload the firmware into the router and calculate the checksum via a '''[[Command line interfaces|command line interface]]'''.
  
 
When you select a firmware image file for upload via the System -> Firmware page, the file gets uploaded into '''''/tmp/''''' directory with the name '''''firmware.img'''''. So the command to calculate the checksum should look like this:
 
When you select a firmware image file for upload via the System -> Firmware page, the file gets uploaded into '''''/tmp/''''' directory with the name '''''firmware.img'''''. So the command to calculate the checksum should look like this:

Latest revision as of 08:38, 12 September 2018

You can calculate the checksum of a firmware image file using md5sum. This command should work on most Linux distros or you can upload the firmware into the router and calculate the checksum via a command line interface.

When you select a firmware image file for upload via the System -> Firmware page, the file gets uploaded into /tmp/ directory with the name firmware.img. So the command to calculate the checksum should look like this: