Dane-Elec Media Streamer a.k.a. Gigastone Smartbox

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Re: Dane-Elec Media Streamer a.k.a. Gigastone Smartbox

Postby noskcajn » May 7th, 2014, 3:14 pm

I had to upload this small update. No pins hanging out.
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Re: Dane-Elec Media Streamer a.k.a. Gigastone Smartbox

Postby pdrift » May 15th, 2014, 10:08 pm

@mchaos.. WOOHOO! thank you for getting the ftp info. I was able to use ES file explorer and did a batch upload of files. I can stream from it using ES file explorer just fine, no need for the recommended app.
I didn't realize you guys had responded and I was pretty excited to see I wasn't the only guy who bought one of these.
@noskcajn do you have any pics of the battery? I'm interested in upgrading it for more capacity.
It's hard to read all the posts here because for some reason a lot of the text is jumbled for me (i'm on my phone). Is there a way to change the ftp user and pad?
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Re: Dane-Elec Media Streamer a.k.a. Gigastone Smartbox

Postby zanathos77 » July 21st, 2014, 11:08 pm

Is the 32gb SD card limit a hardware thing, or a software thing? Would love to be able to hook up my 3TB External Drive to this for awesomeness. Anyone know if that might be possible ?
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Re: Dane-Elec Media Streamer a.k.a. Gigastone Smartbox

Postby rudeboi255 » July 27th, 2014, 5:59 am

How would you get this device to recognise the iphone5 as a storage device?
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Re: Dane-Elec Media Streamer a.k.a. Gigastone Smartbox

Postby lordvrolok » July 27th, 2014, 1:11 pm

zanathos77 - I have plugged in a portable 2.5" 1TB USB 3.0 HD (formated with NTFS) into this and it worked perfectly, tested downloading and streaming. I would suspect that so long as there is enough power in the Media Streamer, most USB drives should work.
I am most interested in modifying this to allow web-based uploading as well.
More experiments are in order.

rudeboi255 - I don't have an iphone, but can you plug it into a PC or Linux system and see files on your phone? I have tried in the past to plug ipods into different systems and had some challenges with the file system on there with viewing or moving files back and forth without itunes.
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Re: Dane-Elec Media Streamer a.k.a. Gigastone Smartbox

Postby spiro2k6 » August 16th, 2014, 1:44 pm

This device has support for Ethernet over USB im waiting for my adapter to come in the mail tonight so i can continue playing with it. I'm thinking about using it for portable PXE booting since udhcpd supports it and it seems to have a tftp server installed already. I'll update you after my USB Ethernet adapter comes in and i have time to play with it
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Re: Dane-Elec Media Streamer a.k.a. Gigastone Smartbox

Postby rladkins82198 » October 21st, 2014, 1:04 am

Hey how much more did you experiment with this media streamer device? I wonder if you could attach it to a NIKON DSLR and stream pictures to a laptop from the DSLR in real time or very close? There is a device called CAM RANGER that does this very thing but it is $300 so thats a bit out of my price range....
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Re: Dane-Elec Media Streamer a.k.a. Gigastone Smartbox

Postby mchaos » February 15th, 2015, 10:11 am

This is great, noskcajn has really done some amazing work with the firmware for this little gadget. I Flashed a4_r1.7.10_401.brn which looks like it isn't the most recent firmware. It has so many more options in the settings that noskcajn has built in.

Really cool. I think but the looks of the settings that are available now you can make the gigastone app work with it. I will have to play with that.
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Re: Dane-Elec Media Streamer a.k.a. Gigastone Smartbox

Postby sdrichgeek » March 6th, 2015, 2:57 am

i am trying to install a package manager on this device and hitting a brick wall the package manger i am trying to use is opkg manager i would like to install airomon-ng and other fun little things like a xserver gui i can vnc into
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Re: Dane-Elec Media Streamer a.k.a. Gigastone Smartbox

Postby tearran » March 18th, 2015, 9:34 pm

Found the server ghttpd running there does not seem to be much documentation on this server.
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~ # ps -T
  PID    USER       VSZ STAT       COMMAND
  982    root         1056 S          /tmp/www/ghttpd -c /tmp/ftp/SDdisk -f /tmp/www/ghttp


discovering Busybox has httpd
was able to run
https://github.com/aichaos/rivescript-js from the SDCard on port 8080
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httpd -v -f -h /tmp/ftp/SDdisk/SD/.sda1/ -p 8080


Killed ghttpd to access port 80
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~# kill 982


Ran server busybox httpd using ghttpd COMMAND Just cause. lol
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# httpd -c /tmp/ftp/SDdisk -f /tmp/www/ghttp -v


This returns 404 errors in telnet
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xxx.xxx.x.xxx response:404


Using
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~ # httpd -fv -h /usr/www/

Found Atheros Access Point/Router Configuration index page and telnet returns

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            <interface> portqos <portnum> <val>
            <interface> vlanqos <vlanid> <val>
            <interface> ipqos <tos> <val>
            <interface> macqos <portno> <val> <mac_addr>

192.168.1.150:53947: url:/cgi-bin/APBasicConfig

Usage:  cfg [addbr|delbr] bridge_name
            [braddif|brdelif] <bridge_name> <interface>
            ipaddr <interface> <ipaddress>
            netmask <interface> <netmask>
            ifstate <interface> [up|down]
            wlan [up|down|status]
            athX list sta
            athX list chan
            athX maccmd [0|1|2|3|4]
            athX addmac <macaddr>
            athX delmac <macaddr>
            athX kickmac <macaddr>
            athX beacon-interval <interval in millsecons>
            athX hide_ssid
            athX essid <essid>
            athX txpower <txpower>[dBm]
            athX rts <rts threshold>
            athX frag <frag value>
            athX pureg [1|0]
            ath0 disablecoext [1|0]
            athX dtim_period <dp>
            athX doth <value>
            athX wmm <value>
            athX setaddbaoper [1|0]
            boardinfo
            __ETH commands__
            <interface> mib [0|1]
            <interface> mib stats
            <interface> stats [phy <portno>]
            <interface> stats
~ # httpd -fv -h /usr/www/ -v
192.168.1.150:54425: url:/
192.168.1.150:54425: response:200
192.168.1.150:54426: url:/AthTitle.html
192.168.1.150:54426: response:200
192.168.1.150:54427: url:/AthSelect.html
192.168.1.150:54427: response:200
192.168.1.150:54428: url:/cgi-bin/APBasicConfig

Usage:  cfg [addbr|delbr] bridge_name
            [braddif|brdelif] <bridge_name> <interface>
            ipaddr <interface> <ipaddress>
            netmask <interface> <netmask>
            ifstate <interface> [up|down]
            wlan [up|down|status]
            athX list sta
            athX list chan
            athX maccmd [0|1|2|3|4]
            athX addmac <macaddr>
            athX delmac <macaddr>
            athX kickmac <macaddr>
            athX beacon-interval <interval in millsecons>
            athX hide_ssid
            athX essid <essid>
            athX txpower <txpower>[dBm]
            athX rts <rts threshold>
            athX frag <frag value>
            athX pureg [1|0]
            ath0 disablecoext [1|0]
            athX dtim_period <dp>
            athX doth <value>
            athX wmm <value>
            athX setaddbaoper [1|0]
            boardinfo
            __ETH commands__
            <interface> mib [0|1]
            <interface> mib stats
            <interface> stats [phy <portno>]
            <interface> stats
            <interface> swonly [0|1]
            <interface> dmack [0|1]
            <interface> f_link <portno> 0|1
            <interface> txfctl [0|1]
            <interface> txfctl <phy> <portno> [0|1]
            <interface> rxfctl [0|1]
            <interface> rxfctl <phy> <portno> [0|1]
            <interface> aclfl
            <interface> aclcmt
            <interface> jumbo_fr
            <interface> f_sz <val>
            <interface> force <port> <speed> <duplex>
            <interface> read  <reg> <portno>
            <interface> write <reg> <val> <portno>
            <interface> egrl <ad_name> <val> <port_no>
            <interface> igrl <ad_name> <val> <port_no>
            <interface> qos [0|1]
            <interface> portqos <portnum> <val>
            <interface> vlanqos <vlanid> <val>
            <interface> ipqos <tos> <val>
            <interface> macqos <portno> <val> <mac_addr>

192.168.1.150:54433: url:/cgi-bin/APBasicConfig

Usage:  cfg [addbr|delbr] bridge_name
            [braddif|brdelif] <bridge_name> <interface>
            ipaddr <interface> <ipaddress>
            netmask <interface> <netmask>
            ifstate <interface> [up|down]
            wlan [up|down|status]
            athX list sta
            athX list chan
            athX maccmd [0|1|2|3|4]
            athX addmac <macaddr>
            athX delmac <macaddr>
            athX kickmac <macaddr>
            athX beacon-interval <interval in millsecons>
            athX hide_ssid
            athX essid <essid>
            athX txpower <txpower>[dBm]
            athX rts <rts threshold>
            athX frag <frag value>
            athX pureg [1|0]
            ath0 disablecoext [1|0]
            athX dtim_period <dp>
            athX doth <value>
            athX wmm <value>
            athX setaddbaoper [1|0]
            boardinfo
            __ETH commands__
            <interface> mib [0|1]
            <interface> mib stats
            <interface> stats [phy <portno>]
            <interface> stats
            <interface> swonly [0|1]
            <interface> dmack [0|1]
            <interface> f_link <portno> 0|1
            <interface> txfctl [0|1]
~ # httpd -fv -h /usr/www/
192.168.1.150:54870: response:200
192.168.1.150:54871: response:200
192.168.1.150:54872: response:200

Usage:  cfg [addbr|delbr] bridge_name
            [braddif|brdelif] <bridge_name> <interface>
            ipaddr <interface> <ipaddress>
            netmask <interface> <netmask>
            ifstate <interface> [up|down]
            wlan [up|down|status]
            athX list sta
            athX list chan
            athX maccmd [0|1|2|3|4]
            athX addmac <macaddr>
            athX delmac <macaddr>
            athX kickmac <macaddr>
            athX beacon-interval <interval in millsecons>
            athX hide_ssid
            athX essid <essid>
            athX txpower <txpower>[dBm]
            athX rts <rts threshold>
            athX frag <frag value>
            athX pureg [1|0]
            ath0 disablecoext [1|0]
            athX dtim_period <dp>
            athX doth <value>
            athX wmm <value>
            athX setaddbaoper [1|0]
            boardinfo
            __ETH commands__
            <interface> mib [0|1]
            <interface> mib stats
            <interface> stats [phy <portno>]
            <interface> stats
            <interface> swonly [0|1]
            <interface> dmack [0|1]
            <interface> f_link <portno> 0|1
            <interface> txfctl [0|1]
            <interface> txfctl <phy> <portno> [0|1]
            <interface> rxfctl [0|1]
            <interface> rxfctl <phy> <portno> [0|1]
            <interface> aclfl
            <interface> aclcmt
            <interface> jumbo_fr
            <interface> f_sz <val>
            <interface> force <port> <speed> <duplex>
            <interface> read  <reg> <portno>
            <interface> write <reg> <val> <portno>
            <interface> egrl <ad_name> <val> <port_no>
            <interface> igrl <ad_name> <val> <port_no>
            <interface> qos [0|1]
            <interface> portqos <portnum> <val>
            <interface> vlanqos <vlanid> <val>
            <interface> ipqos <tos> <val>
            <interface> macqos <portno> <val> <mac_addr>


Usage:  cfg [addbr|delbr] bridge_name
            [braddif|brdelif] <bridge_name> <interface>
            ipaddr <interface> <ipaddress>
            netmask <interface> <netmask>
            ifstate <interface> [up|down]
            wlan [up|down|status]
            athX list sta
            athX list chan
            athX maccmd [0|1|2|3|4]
            athX addmac <macaddr>
            athX delmac <macaddr>
            athX kickmac <macaddr>
            athX beacon-interval <interval in millsecons>
            athX hide_ssid
            athX essid <essid>
            athX txpower <txpower>[dBm]
            athX rts <rts threshold>
            athX frag <frag value>
            athX pureg [1|0]
            ath0 disablecoext [1|0]
            athX dtim_period <dp>
            athX doth <value>
            athX wmm <value>
            athX setaddbaoper [1|0]
            boardinfo
            __ETH commands__
            <interface> mib [0|1]
            <interface> mib stats
            <interface> stats [phy <portno>]
            <interface> stats
            <interface> swonly [0|1]
            <interface> dmack [0|1]
            <interface> f_link <portno> 0|1
            <interface> txfctl [0|1]
            <interface> txfctl <phy> <portno> [0|1]
            <interface> rxfctl [0|1]
            <interface> rxfctl <phy> <portno> [0|1]
            <interface> aclfl
            <interface> aclcmt
            <interface> jumbo_fr
            <interface> f_sz <val>
            <interface> force <port> <speed> <duplex>
            <interface> read  <reg> <portno>
            <interface> write <reg> <val> <portno>
            <interface> egrl <ad_name> <val> <port_no>
            <interface> igrl <ad_name> <val> <port_no>
            <interface> qos [0|1]
            <interface> portqos <portnum> <val>
            <interface> vlanqos <vlanid> <val>
            <interface> ipqos <tos> <val>
            <interface> macqos <portno> <val> <mac_addr>


Usage:  cfg [addbr|delbr] bridge_name
            [braddif|brdelif] <bridge_name> <interface>
            ipaddr <interface> <ipaddress>
            netmask <interface> <netmask>
            ifstate <interface> [up|down]
            wlan [up|down|status]
            athX list sta
            athX list chan
            athX maccmd [0|1|2|3|4]
            athX addmac <macaddr>
            athX delmac <macaddr>
            athX kickmac <macaddr>
            athX beacon-interval <interval in millsecons>
            athX hide_ssid
            athX essid <essid>
            athX txpower <txpower>[dBm]
            athX rts <rts threshold>
            athX frag <frag value>
            athX pureg [1|0]
            ath0 disablecoext [1|0]
            athX dtim_period <dp>
            athX doth <value>
            athX wmm <value>
            athX setaddbaoper [1|0]
            boardinfo
            __ETH commands__
            <interface> mib [0|1]
            <interface> mib stats
            <interface> stats [phy <portno>]
            <interface> stats
            <interface> swonly [0|1]
            <interface> dmack [0|1]
            <interface> f_link <portno> 0|1
            <interface> txfctl [0|1]
            <interface> txfctl <phy> <portno> [0|1]
            <interface> rxfctl [0|1]
            <interface> rxfctl <phy> <portno> [0|1]
            <interface> aclfl
            <interface> aclcmt
            <interface> jumbo_fr
            <interface> f_sz <val>
            <interface> force <port> <speed> <duplex>
            <interface> read  <reg> <portno>
            <interface> write <reg> <val> <portno>
            <interface> egrl <ad_name> <val> <port_no>
            <interface> igrl <ad_name> <val> <port_no>
            <interface> qos [0|1]
            <interface> portqos <portnum> <val>
            <interface> vlanqos <vlanid> <val>
            <interface> ipqos <tos> <val>
            <interface> macqos <portno> <val> <mac_addr>

192.168.1.150:54884: response:200
192.168.1.150:54885: response:200


Going to try a script to kill ghttp from webpage and start busybox httpd next
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