Help to defeat the Linksys WAP54G


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Fell into the hands of this wonderful piece, but here's the problem — know nothing about her. History is silent about her IPS, settings, and health in General. For IPS like 192.168.1.1 or 1.20 not pinged even after pressing the buttons RESET. Scanner found pinguis IP address 192.168.1.245, but interestingly, he closed all ports of all 65535. Open only ICMP. Accordingly, you can get on it I can not. Had a look in the ARP entry for this IP address and, interestingly, it did not correspond to the Mac written on the label on the device (connected directly to the point, the IPS had ceased to pingomatic after turning off the device).
Wi-Fi not broadcasting.
Are there any ideas what can be done?
Thank you in advance for any help.
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Point directly connect to computer? 30-30-30 reset (hold reset for 30 seconds → hold reset to turn the power off for 30 seconds → turn on the power while still holding reset another 30 seconds) did? The native applets of the configuration tried to find it? If all that fails — look for a "Linksys WAP54G debrick" (people describe a methodology with the circuit 16 of the contact flash via a resistor of 22 Ohm on the earth).
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after reset the ip 192.168.1.245 is exposed, try to go to it by browser
generally once we killed this access point firmware its firmware for a different revision of the device, maybe you have a case.
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