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August 30, 2008, at 08:19 PM by dbrocher -- typo
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I downgradede my DS101 from fw 3.71

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I downgraded my DS101 from fw 3.71

December 29, 2006, at 11:04 PM by Emanuel Johannessen -- added downgrade ds101
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One can also modify the /etc/inetd.conf like explained in EnableTelnet. Flops

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One can also modify the /etc/inetd.conf like explained in EnableTelnet. Flops


downgrade DS101-------------------------------------

I downgradede my DS101 from fw 3.71

via the web interface using this synology patch

ftp://on-line:online_user@ftp.synology.com/on-line/Small_patch/Patch_downgrade/synology_ixp420_1hd_0240.zip

i got a hd failure and lost my data partition "so be warned - do a backup"

greetings emanuelj_dk a yahoo.co.uk

February 13, 2006, at 03:26 AM by repvik --
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This is how I downgraded the firmware of my DS101j? to 3.0240:

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This is how I downgraded the firmware of my DS101j to 3.0240:

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I think the same should be possible for other firmwares (DS101, DS101g?) however here you probably have to extract the checksum.syno file from the original firmware. Then edit it so the checksum for checksum.syno becomes 2126324206 which means that the first line reads: 2126324206 123 VERSION 169 193. If this does not work try downloading DPASHA http://www.paehl.de, use it to calculate CRC32? checksum

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I think the same should be possible for other firmwares (DS101, DS101g) however here you probably have to extract the checksum.syno file from the original firmware. Then edit it so the checksum for checksum.syno becomes 2126324206 which means that the first line reads: 2126324206 123 VERSION 169 193. If this does not work try downloading DPASHA http://www.paehl.de, use it to calculate CRC32 checksum

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Did this on the DS101G+ and no-go ( or i mis-read the deal) But applied the same logic to the DS101G+ 2.0.1 - 3.0240 firmware (no use of later firmware files)

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Did this on the DS101G+ and no-go ( or i mis-read the deal) But applied the same logic to the DS101G+ 2.0.1 - 3.0240 firmware (no use of later firmware files)

February 12, 2006, at 11:26 PM by flops --
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telnet was won.

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telnet was won.

One can also modify the /etc/inetd.conf like explained in EnableTelnet. Flops

January 31, 2006, at 11:50 AM by David Holm --
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2126324206 123 VERSION 169 193. If this does not work try downloading DPASHA , use it to calculate CRC32? checksum

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2126324206 123 VERSION 169 193. If this does not work try downloading DPASHA http://www.paehl.de, use it to calculate CRC32? checksum

January 31, 2006, at 11:50 AM by David Holm --
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I think the same should be possible for other firmwares DS101, DS101g? however here you probably have to extract the checksum.syno file from the original firmware. Then edit it so the checksum for checksum.syno becomes 2126324206 which means that the first line reads: 2126324206 123 VERSION 169 193

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I think the same should be possible for other firmwares (DS101, DS101g?) however here you probably have to extract the checksum.syno file from the original firmware. Then edit it so the checksum for checksum.syno becomes 2126324206 which means that the first line reads: 2126324206 123 VERSION 169 193. If this does not work try downloading DPASHA , use it to calculate CRC32? checksum and then use calc.exe to convert from hex to decimal. The checksum is the first digits in the checksum.syno file.

January 29, 2006, at 05:49 AM by conradL --
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wormie a alberg dot dk

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wormie a alberg dot dk

Did this on the DS101G+ and no-go ( or i mis-read the deal) But applied the same logic to the DS101G+ 2.0.1 - 3.0240 firmware (no use of later firmware files) and updated those version number as above all + 1 and higher date + one day then write back to .pat file and all was well. telnet was won.

January 28, 2006, at 01:26 PM by David Holm --
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1) Download IZarc? from http://www.izarc.org/ 2) Download the modified version and checksum.syno file from http://alberg.dk/downgrade.zip 3) Extract the file to a temporary directory e.g. c:/temp 4) Copy the original 3.0240 firmware (synology_ixp420_junior.pat) from the cd to c:/temp 5) Open the pat file using izarc 6) Drag the extracted version and checksum.syno files to the izarc window 7) Accept that the files are overwrited

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  1. Download IZ arc from http://www.izarc.org/
  2. Download the modified version and checksum.syno file from http://alberg.dk/downgrade.zip
  3. Extract the file to a temporary directory e.g. c:/temp
  4. Copy the original 3.0240 firmware (synology_ixp420_junior.pat) from the cd to c:/temp
  5. Open the pat file using izarc
  6. Drag the extracted version and checksum.syno files to the izarc window
  7. Accept that the files are overwrited
January 28, 2006, at 01:25 PM by David Holm --
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1) Download IZarc? from http://www.izarc.org/ 2) Download the modified version and checksum.syno file from http://alberg.dk/downgrade.zip

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1) Download IZarc? from http://www.izarc.org/ 2) Download the modified version and checksum.syno file from http://alberg.dk/downgrade.zip

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I think the same should be possible for other firmwares (DS101 / DS101g?) however here you have to extract the checksum.syno file from the original firmware. Then edit it so the checksum for checksum.syno becomes 2126324206 which means that the first line reads:

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I think the same should be possible for other firmwares DS101, DS101g? however here you probably have to extract the checksum.syno file from the original firmware. Then edit it so the checksum for checksum.syno becomes 2126324206 which means that the first line reads:

January 28, 2006, at 01:17 PM by David Holm --
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This is how I downgraded the firmware of my DS101j? to 3.0240:

1) Download IZarc? from http://www.izarc.org/ 2) Download the modified version and checksum.syno file from http://alberg.dk/downgrade.zip 3) Extract the file to a temporary directory e.g. c:/temp 4) Copy the original 3.0240 firmware (synology_ixp420_junior.pat) from the cd to c:/temp 5) Open the pat file using izarc 6) Drag the extracted version and checksum.syno files to the izarc window 7) Accept that the files are overwrited

I think the same should be possible for other firmwares (DS101 / DS101g?) however here you have to extract the checksum.syno file from the original firmware. Then edit it so the checksum for checksum.syno becomes 2126324206 which means that the first line reads: 2126324206 123 VERSION 169 193

Let me know if you need any help.

David

wormie a alberg dot dk

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Based on work by Emanuel Johannessen, repvik, flops, David Holm, and conradL.
Originally by David Holm.
Page last modified on August 30, 2008, at 08:19 PM