What’s wiTECH v17.04.27 flash files + How to setup

Here, i’d like to help you learn more about wiTECH v17.04.27 flash files in DCC Tools folder, incl what it is and how to set up for VCI Pod and Micropod 2 china clone.

There are 9 files located in DCC Tools folder:

StarMOBILE
vas-ppc-4.3.38.zip
sm-flash.zip
pe_stm.full.1.22.0.stm

VCI Pod
vas-armwipod-4.3.40.zip
wi-flash.zip
vservera.upgrade-mpvci-4.6.1.zip

MicroPod II
vas-armmicropodii-4.3.40.zip
upgrade-wmp-9.13.0.zip
mx.upgrade.2.4.1.zip

When you connect the tool to the computer, navigate to the web interface page and go to “/sysdebug.bsp”
http://172.22.22.22/webconfig/sysdebug.bsp
http://192.168.1.1/sysdebug.bsp
or whatever your router was set-up as. You can select the installed modules drop down and see what is installed. Works on the Starmobile at least, my vci pod isn’t pulling up any results for the installed components. http://172.22.22.22/cgi-bin/sysdebug?dbgcmd=mfest
http://172.22.22.22/cgi-bin/sysdebug?dbgcmd=ps turns up the running system info.

Tested:

The “http://172.22.22.22/webconfig/sysdebug.bsp” works properly. I feel it is easiest to use the drop down menu on the page itself.

Options from the drop down menu:

name=dbgcmd
value=”ps” > Show Running System (works with VCI POD)
value=”syslog” > Show System Log (Works, but displays “No such file or directory” because I never started a log)
value=”dmesg”> Show Kernel Messages (work with VCI POD)
value=”mfest” > Show Installed Components (Server Error – Invalid request, no debug command present)
value=”dreclog” > Show Data Recorder Log (Works, but displays “No such file or directory” because I never started a log)
value=”advolts” > Show A/D Voltage Readings (works with VCI POD)
value=”chrgr” > Show Battery Charger Status (Server Error – Invalid request, no debug command present)
value=”ethprof” > Show Ethernet Network Profiles (works with VCI POD)
value=”wlanprof” > Show Wireless Network Profiles (works with VCI POD)

I also found in my experimentation that SSH is enabled at port 1677 on these units. I just don’t know the username (could it be as simple as root?) and password combo. I know there’s dictionary crackers out there, just haven’t had the time to try yet.

Also available:
Linux System Logs: http://172.22.22.22/webconfig/syslogmgt.bsp
VComm Server Trace Logs: http://172.22.22.22/webconfig/vcommlogs.bsp

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