Now that we have a running TINI with latest firmware, it’s time to configure slush to a suitable ip address to allow both telnet and ftp Login into your tini with root:tini
At the prompt, type: » ipconfig -a 192.168.0.50 -m 255.255.254.0 »
or any other address/netmask you prefer.
When asked, press Y to commit changes.
Then, when you’re back at the prompt, type:
» ipconfig -c »
This writes the settings to the flash memory. This will ensure the ip settings are retrieved next time the Tini is powered up.
You can now login via telnet at the address you type above using a telnet client (I suggest putty).