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Mittwoch, 3. Dezember 2008, 18:09

IB-LAN104 - Gutted

Why hello thar! I came here since this seems to be the only raidsonic related hacking forum :)

So, i bought a IB-LAN104 today. Its a great device which lets your computer detect usb harddrives over ethernet, as if they were directly connected to your computer.
I use this for having my harddrives connected to my laptop over wifi when i move around the house.

BUT, the device has no smb support, so I started looking around, and i'm starting to think its not possible, as the device uses an integrated chip of some sort. opend it up and found these chip id's

NEC 720114 814EA -- Looks to be this: http://www.semiconductorstore.com/Pages/…/NEC/720114.htm
LF-H80P-1 0822
EST E1868M4-B 10FFL1G P4501-014 0807 -- http://www.elitesilicon.com/Products/eli…cts_est1800.htm Not much info here though



Full size here: http://taz00.com/IB-LAN04/Bottom.JPG and here http://taz00.com/IB-LAN04/Top.JPG (edit, btw nvm the bug in top pic :P he fell out of the lamp xD)
The reason i dont think it will work is, that it seems to just relay all communication with the drives over ethernet to the pc driver. But let's find out =D

Now, messing around with the poorly constructed web server, which seems to mostly display some generated java script using xml soap as data feed, i found some javascripts and links.

Uploading in a sec. Here

There are two ports open on the device, that i could detect, a tcp spooler service on port 515, which u can telnet to, but not much happens. And ofcourse the webserver port 80

In one of the JS files i found this:

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// typedescription
// 00 html status page
// 01 js contains general scripts and variables. handles banner, left and right borders
// 02 js contains server scripts and variables. handles displaying brief and long versions of values
// 03 js contains device scripts and variables.
// 04 gifcompany logo
// 05 gifstatus link
// 06 gifnot used, was "gif, status link mouseover"
// 07 gifserver link
// 08 gifnot used, was "gif, server link mouseover"
// 09 htmlnot used, was "gif, background image"
// 0A htmlserver network
// 0Bhtmlchange password page
// 0Chtmldevice details page, port 1
// 0Dhtmldevice details page, port 2
// 0Ehtmldevice details page, port 3
// 0Fhtmldevice details page, port 4
// 10htmlnetwork config
// 11htmlserver reset
// 12htmlconfigure success page
// 13htmlconfigure fail page
// 14htmlupload firmware page
// 15htmlfirmware update success
// 16htmlfirmware update fail
// 17htmlserver hardware
// 18htmlserver factory default
// 19 htmlhandles led special case


Tells you where things are, and what to put in the url

also found this on http://192.168.0.101/42.html

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µControl Demo System
Manufacturer:  Elite Silicon Technology
Model:uControl Series Controller
Product:Factory Control Demo System


A quick google of µControl turned up nothing.

Basicly this is where I am at, help / thougts and ideas would be great

Dieser Beitrag wurde bereits 3 mal editiert, zuletzt von »TAz00« (3. Dezember 2008, 18:18)


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Freitag, 24. April 2009, 11:30

A cousin?

Hi

Is your product by any chance related to this piece?

http://www.exsys-addon.de/catalog/redire…72f004d17db38cb

(what an url!?)

Do you have more info on your hardware. I googled for IB-LAN104 but found nothing. ***edit*** Of course I found things... just have to spell it correctly, sry.

Regards.

Another Q just emerged... that chip just beside (to the left) the E1868M, what is the marking on that, ESM something... hard to see on your photo. eeprom maybe?
***edit*** I believe the chip i am asking about is a 4k spi bus eeprom, likte the ones that microchip have. ( http://www.microchip.com/wwwproducts/Dev…ocName=en025537 )

Dieser Beitrag wurde bereits 3 mal editiert, zuletzt von »asz« (24. April 2009, 14:40)


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Freitag, 24. April 2009, 13:48

Hi and welcome,
everything I see here has no relation to any of the Raidsonic NAS.

Seems to be some special and "closed" solution from Elite.

NAS1000 = NAS2000, NAS2001, NAS4220 run a nearly standard linux.

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