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Revision as of 15:51, 13 August 2006

I bought a 5000FS [1] and I am interested in a project like the NSLU2 linux up and running. Ovislink have released the source code, but i have not found the perfect how to guide, only bits and pieces. If anyone have been able to make their own working build to the MU-5000FS I would really appriciate some pointers! I develop for embedded systems and PCs (W32 mostly, but have linux experince) everyday, so I am confident that I can get it to work by my self, but my laziness demands that I ask if anyone already have succeded .

Regards Henrik Holm

Hi all,

The accton SMCWTVG is a product based WildPass. The Link is http://www.accton.com.tw/event/smc/faqa/faq03.htm. But it is Traditional Chinese web page.

Serial port on the Edimax products?

pen Hi,

I have successfuly used the SMC7000ABRV2 and all kinds of RTL8181 based products in my projects, but I was a bit surprised when I have found no console header on the Edimax EW-7207APg product. Does someone have the other mentioned Edimax products and if so, do they have any ready made serial header, where a voltage shifter can be connected to talk to a PC or terminal?

The EW-7207APg DOES run Linux, as all the other Edimax ADM5120 based products. Specifically, the EW-7207APg runs Linux 2.4.18 (as probably all other devices) and for the Inprocomm 802.11g MAC uses a closed source binary driver which is available as module on the root file system.

I have the kernels and the root file systems of all the Edimax products (made from the Edimax firmware upgrade available on their web), so if someone needs to know something, it is typically easy to find. Actually, the structure of the root file system is derived from the RTL8181 based products, so I feel quite at home.

I am a bit worried making my own kernel and root filesystem, without the serial console which has access to the bootloader and gives the chance to load a kernel to ram or flash, if the current one does not work properly.

Alec v 21:02, 8 May 2005 (BST) : Yes, ADM5120 has a NS16c550 compatible UART, see a ADM5120 Datasheet. Some devices has a 4- or 5-pin connector (sometimes unnamed and unsoldered) to attach a serial port. You need a LVTTL 3.3V --> +-12V converter anyway, like MAXIM MAX3232CPE or LINEARTECH LTC1386CS.

pen I know about the UART and I do have the converter which I use with the other devices. However, I was not able to find ANY connector on the EW-7207APg, so I was looking for some more details about the other Edimax products, so that I can debug my firmware there and to try it on the EW-7207APg only once I get over the most stupid mistakes. I will try to look up from the threads you have pointed to, if they contain specific information which of the devices have this connector and which do not.

Thanks a lot.

--Epospro 13:37, 21 Mar 2006 (GMT) Here is an image (pins must be soldered)

Edimax7207APg.jpg

Alec v 20:10, 17 May 2005 (BST): I think, it is possible to solder a thin wires to the SoC UART pins directly (not sure for BGA).

User:Zoobab: Do you have the FCC-ID of the router? Or take a picture of the board? On my conceptronic router, there is a 4 pins connector on the board.


--Czranger 13:00, 29 Sep 2005 (BST)On the EW-7207apg serial is on the JP2 header pins 1,7,8. You need to solder the pins, as they are not there.

Hi

I am a newbie in linux-mips. I bought a edimax 6114wg wireless route, and want to hack it, and add some funny application on it.

Is anybody can tell me the detailed process to build linux kernel and rootsystem, and application based on edimax's source code.


Thanks very much!

Wireless part

As far as I seen wireless part is binary object for Inprocomm (IPN2220AP.o) I am very interested to see this router become wireless client...

Flash/RAM on NetGear PS121 Very Inaccurate?

The link on Netgear's site suggests that the Flash in this model is 1Mb; not 8. Also, that its ram is 4Mb; not 32. Which numbers are out by a factor of eight?


Products based on the ADM5120

Hi!

I reorganize, and clean up the section "Products based on the ADM5120". The changes are acceptable?

Thanks! Yuhi

Here is the new version:

Company Device Flash RAM Ports CPU pkg CPU mode Onboard peripherials WiFi Stock OS Resources
Arcadyan HMS300 32MB 64MB 1Eth LAN, USB, IDE ? ? ? ? ?
Arcadyan WG4005B ? ? 4Eth LAN, 1Eth WAN, 1USB 1.1 BGA LE 1 MiniPCI Type III slot Arcadyan WN4401A BRN RTOS pdf
Canyon CN-WF512 2MB 16MB 4Eth LAN, 1Eth WAN BGA LE 1 MiniPCI Type III slot Inprocomm IPN2220 Linux source, toolchain
Canyon CN-WF514 rev.AE(1) 2MB 16MB 4Eth LAN, 1Eth WAN BGA LE 1 MiniPCI Type III slot Inprocomm IPN2220 Linux source, toolchain
Conceptronic C100BRS4H v1 2MB 16MB 4Eth LAN, 1Eth WAN PQFP LE No Linux sources: 1, 2, 3, 4
Conceptronic C100BRS4H v2 ? ? 4Eth LAN, 1Eth WAN PQFP LE No Nucleus
Conceptronic C54BRS4 v1(1) 2MB 16MB 1Eth WAN,4Eth LAN BGA LE 1 MiniPCI Type III slot Inprocomm IPN2220 Linux sources: 1, 2, 3, 4
Cellvision NFS-101U 4MB 32MB 1Eth LAN, 2USB 2.0 BGA LE ALi M5273 USB 2.0 Controller No Linux
Cellvision NFS-101WU 4MB 32MB 1Eth LAN, 2USB 2.0 BGA LE ALi M5273 USB 2.0 Controller Yes Linux
Cellvision NFS-202U 4MB 32MB 1Eth LAN, 2USB 2.0, 7 in 1 Card Reader (CF I/II, MicroDrive, SM, MS, MS PRO, SD, MMC) BGA LE ALi M5273 USB 2.0 Controller No Linux
Cellvision NFS-202WU 4MB 32MB 1Eth LAN, 2USB 2.0, 7 in 1 Card Reader (CF I/II, MicroDrive, SM, MS, MS PRO, SD, MMC) BGA LE ALi M5273 USB 2.0 Controller Yes Linux
Cellvision CAS-630 4MB 32MB 1Eth, Internet Camera BGA LE No Linux
Cellvision CAS-630W 4MB 32MB 1Eth, Internet Camera BGA LE Yes, rt2500? Linux
Cellvision CAS-670 4MB 16MB 1Eth, Internet Camera BGA LE No Linux
Cellvision CAS-670W 4MB 16MB 1Eth, Internet Camera BGA LE Yes, rt2500? Linux
Cellvision CAS-700 4MB 16MB 1Eth, Internet Camera BGA LE No Linux
Cellvision CAS-700W 4MB 16MB 1Eth, Internet Camera BGA LE Yes, rt2500? Linux
Cellvision CAS-790 4MB 16MB 1Eth, Internet Camera BGA LE No Linux
Compex NP27G 4MB 16MB 4Eth LAN, 1Eth WAN, 2USB 1.1 BGA LE 1 MiniPCI Type III slot AR2413 Linux pics
Compex NP28G 4MB 32MB 3Eth LAN, 1Eth WAN, 4USB 2.0 BGA LE 1 MiniPCI Type III slot, VIA USB onboard AR2414 Linux source
Compex WP54G 4MB 16MB 2Eth LAN BGA LE 1 MiniPCI Type III slot AR2413 Linux
Compex WP54AG 4MB 16MB 2Eth LAN BGA LE 1 MiniPCI Type III slot AR5413 Linux
Compex WPP54AG 4MB 32MB 2Eth LAN BGA LE 1 MiniPCI Type III slot AR5413 Linux
D-Link DNS-120 4MB 32MB 1Eth, 2USB 2.0 BGA LE ALi M5273 USB 2.0 Controller No Linux Wiki
D-Link DCS-950 4MB? 32MB? 1Eth, Internet Camera BGA LE No Linux
D-Link DCS-950G 4MB? 32MB? 1Eth, Internet Camera BGA LE Yes, rt2500? Linux source
DIGITUS DN-7013 4MB 32MB 1Eth, 2USB 2.0 BGA LE ALi M5273 USB 2.0 Controller No Linux sources: 1, 2
DIGITUS DN-7013-N 4MB 32MB 1Eth, 2USB 2.0 BGA LE NEC uPD720101 USB 2.0 Controller No Linux sources
DIGITUS DN-16004 4MB 32MB 1Eth, Internet Camera BGA LE No Linux sources: 1, 2
DIGITUS DN-16005 4MB 32MB 1Eth, Internet Camera BGA LE Yes, rt2500? Linux sources: 1, 2
DIGITUS DN-16021 4MB 32MB 1Eth, Internet Camera BGA LE No Linux sources: 1, 2
DIGITUS DN-16022 4MB 32MB 1Eth, Internet Camera BGA LE Yes, rt2500? Linux sources: 1, 2
DIGITUS DN-16030 4MB 16MB 1Eth, Internet Camera BGA LE No Linux sources: 1, 2
DIGITUS DN-16031 4MB 32MB 1Eth, Internet Camera BGA LE Yes, rt2500? Linux
Edimax BR-6104K 2MB 16MB 4Eth LAN, 1Eth WAN PQFP LE No Linux source, toolchain
Edimax BR-6104KP 2MB 16MB 4Eth LAN, 1Eth WAN, 2USB 1.1 PQFP LE No Linux source
Edimax BR-6104WG 2MB 16MB 4Eth LAN, 1Eth WAN BGA LE Intersil PrismGT Linux source, toolchain
Edimax BR-6114WG 2MB 16MB 4Eth LAN, 1Eth WAN BGA LE Inprocomm IPN2220 Linux source
Edimax BR-6524K ? 16MB 4Eth LAN, 2Eth WAN ? LE No Linux source
Edimax BR-6541K ? 16MB 1Eth LAN, 4Eth WAN ? LE No Linux source
Edimax BR-6524WP 4MB 32MB 4Eth LAN, 2Eth WAN, 2USB 1.1 BGA LE Inprocomm IPN2220 Linux source
Edimax BR-6541WP 4MB 32MB 1Eth LAN, 4Eth WAN, 2USB 1.1 BGA LE Inprocomm IPN2220 Linux source
Edimax PS-3205U 2MB 16MB 1Eth, 1LPT, 2USB 1.1 PQFP LE Attansic AT7601F Printer Port Controller No Linux source
Edimax PS-3205UWg 2MB 16MB 1Eth, 1LPT, 2USB 1.1 BGA LE Attansic AT7601F Printer Port Controller Inprocomm IPN2220 Linux source
Edimax EW-7207APg 2MB 16MB 5Eth BGA LE Inprocomm Linux source
GetNetUSA GP-5205U 2MB 16MB 1Eth, 1LPT, 2USB 1.1 PQFP LE Attansic AT7601F Printer Port Controller No Linux
GetNetUSA GR-8104K 2MB 16MB 4Eth LAN, 1Eth WAN PQFP LE No Linux
GetNetUSA GR-8104P 2MB 16MB 4Eth LAN, 4Eth WAN, 1LTP PQFP LE No Linux
GetNetUSA GR-8114WG 2MB 16MB 4Eth LAN, 1Eth WAN BGA LE Inprocomm IPN2220 Linux
GetNetUSA GW-9207APG 2MB 16MB 4Eth LAN, 1Eth LAN BGA LE Inprocomm IPN2220 Linux
Hawking H2WR54G 4MB 32MB 4Eth LAN, 2Eth WAN BGA LE 1 MiniPCI Type III slot Inprocomm IPN2220 Linux pics
JAHT EA-2104E 1MB 4MB 4Eth LAN, 1Eth WAN PQFP LE No ?
JAHT WA-4054EX 2MB 16MB 4Eth WAN, 1Eth WAN BGA LE Inprocomm IPN2220 Linux
Linksys PSUS4 1MB 4MB 4Eth, 1USB 1.1 PQFP BE No Sercomm's OS
Linksys WRP200 ? ? 4Eth, 2Phone ? ? ? ?
Micronet SP888BP ? ? 4Eth LAN, 1Eth WAN 2USB ? ? ? ?
MikroTik RouterBOARD 111 64MB
NAND
16MB 1Eth BGA LE 1 MiniPCI Type IIIA/IIIB slot No MikroTik's RouterOS
MikroTik RouterBOARD 112 64MB
NAND
16MB 1Eth BGA LE 2 MiniPCI Type IIIA/IIIB slots No MikroTik's RouterOS
Netgear PS121 1MB 4MB 1Eth, 1USB PQFP BE No Sercomm's OS
NETmate NMX-WB04G 2MB 16MB 1Eth WAN, 4Eth LAN BGA LE Inprocomm IPN2220 Linux
OvisLink eLive MU5000FS rev.A1 4MB 32MB 1Eth, 2USB 2.0 BGA LE ALi M5273 USB 2.0 Controller No Linux source
OvisLink eLive MU5000FS rev.A2 4MB 32MB 1Eth, 2USB 2.0 BGA LE NEC uPD720101 USB 2.0 Controller No Linux source
OSBRiDGE OSBRiDGE 5GXi 2MB 16MB 1Eth BGA LE Atheros AR5006XS Linux
OSBRiDGE OSBRiDGE 5XLi 2MB 16MB 1Eth BGA LE Atheros AR5006XS Linux
Planet XRT-401D(1) 2MB 16MB 4Eth LAN, 1Eth WAN PQFP LE No Linux pics
Planet XRT-402D 2MB 16MB 4Eth LAN, 2Eth WAN BGA LE No Linux pic
Planet XRT-411 1MB 4MB 4Eth LAN, 1Eth WAN, 1USB 1.0 PQFP BE No Sercomm's OS
SMC SMC2804WBRP-G 2MB 8MB 4Eth LAN, 1Eth WAN, 1USB 1.1 BGA LE 1 MiniPCI Type III slot Arcadyan WN4401A BRN RTOS
SMC SMC2804WBRP-G v2 2MB 8MB 4Eth LAN, 1Eth WAN, 1USB 1.1 BGA LE 1 MiniPCI Type III slot SparkLAN WF-850FJ BRN RTOS
Sweex LB000021 2MB 16MB 4Eth LAN, 1Eth WAN PQFP LE No Linux
T-Com (T-)Sinus 154 Komfort(1) 2MB 8MB 4Eth LAN, 1Eth WAN BGA LE 1 MiniPCI Type III Conexant Prism based BRN RTOS Firmware Disassemble
TRENDnet TS-U100 4MB 32MB 1Eth, 2USB 2.0 BGA LE NEC uPD720101 USB 2.0 Controller No Linux sources
TRENDnet TS-U200 4MB 32MB 1Eth, 2USB 2.0, 7 in 1 Card Reader (CF I/II, MicroDrive, SM, MS, MS PRO, SD, MMC) BGA LE NEC uPD720101 USB 2.0 Controller No Linux review
TRENDnet TV-IP201 4MB 16MB 1Eth, Internet Camera BGA LE No Linux
TRENDnet TV-IP201W 4MB 16MB 1Eth, Internet Camera BGA LE Yes, rt2500? Linux
ZyXEL HS-100 4MB 16MB 4Eth LAN, 1Eth WAN BGA BE 1 MiniPCI Type III slot No ZyNOS
ZyXEL HS-100W 4MB 16MB 4Eth LAN, 1Eth WAN BGA BE Z-Com XG-601 ZyNOS review

Notes:

1 Look for exactly this model and h/w version number, other versions may contain other chipset


There's probably more....

Other Operating Systems:

  • BRN RTOS: BRN RTOS is a real-time operating system. It is use Supertask!/Multitask! RTOS kernel, and the BRN Boot Loader from Broad Net Technology Inc..
  • Nucleus: Nucleus RTOS is a real-time operating system created by Accelerated Technology for various CPU platforms.
  • Mikrotik's RouterOS: MikroTik RouterOS is router operating system and software which turns regular Intel PC or MikroTik RouterBOARDâ„¢ hardware into a dedicated router.
  • SerComm's OS: Operating System created by SerComm Corporation.
  • ZyNOS: ZyNOS, the ZyXEL's Networking Operating System is the firmware used in many ZyXEL products.