“Seb” wins for putting the instructions for upgrading the firmware in the Routerstation Pro in one simple place.

http://www.usualcoding.eu/post/2010/01/15/Flash-OpenWRT-on-the-Ubiquiti-RouterStation-Pro

If you’re wondering (like I did), which version to use (jffs2, squashfs, factory, or sysupgrade?) I found the right one to use is the squashfs version (because of this) and the factory version. The sysupgrade version is for you to upload into /tmp and use the sysupgrade command. Unfortunately, that doesn’t work on the kamikaze version so you’ll have to tftp it at least once. Make sure you select the factory version if you’re doing tftp!! I haven’t tried, but the sysupgrade version could brick your router if you don’t install it from sysupgrade.

The latest version at the time of this posting is backfire 10.03.1-rc3:

openwrt-ar71xx-ubnt-rspro-squashfs-factory.bin

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