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doc:hardware:soc:soc.broadcom.bcm63xx [2013/02/10 21:50]
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====== Broadcom BCM63xx ====== ====== Broadcom BCM63xx ======
-This page covers the BCM63xx SoC specificities, but the [[doc:hardware:soc:soc.broadcom.bcm33xx|BCM33xx]] SoC (excluding BCM3302 which is a CPU) are the exact same chip, except that the DSL core is replaced with a DOCSIS/EuroDOCSIS one.+This page covers the BCM63xx [[doc:hardware:SoC]] specificities, but the [[doc:hardware:soc:soc.broadcom.bcm33xx|BCM33xx]] SoC (excluding BCM3302 which is a CPU) are the exact same chip, except that the DSL core is replaced with a DOCSIS/EuroDOCSIS one.
[[http://www.broadcom.com/products/Broadband-Carrier-Access/xDSL-CPE-Solutions|Broadcom63xx SoC]] integrates ADSL/ADSL2+ features, routing, and external Wireless NIC. [[http://www.broadcom.com/products/Broadband-Carrier-Access/xDSL-CPE-Solutions|Broadcom63xx SoC]] integrates ADSL/ADSL2+ features, routing, and external Wireless NIC.
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===== Linux support ===== ===== Linux support =====
-  * The Broadcom BCM63xx currently only works with BCM6338/BCM6345/BCM6348/BCM6358 boards. Others, like BCM6368, BCM6328 are currently being worked on. +  * The OpenWrt support for the Broadcom BCM63xx SoC family currently only works with following models: 
-  * There are working drivers for USB (OHCI and EHCI) and ethernet under the GPL+        * **6318** 
 +        * **6328** 
 +        * **6338** 
 +        * **6345**  
 +        * **6348** 
 +        * **6358** 
 +        * **6361** / **6362** 
 +        * **6368** / **6369** 
 +        * **63168** / **63169** / **63268** / **63269** 
 +  * There are working drivers for USB Host (OHCI and EHCI) and Ethernet under the GPL. USB Device drivers are also supported but only for BCM6368 and newer SoCs. 
 +  * -> [[doc/techref/brcm63xx.imagetag]] 
 + 
 +==== Linux support for Broadcom xDSL ==== 
 +  * -> [[inbox/adsl_support]] effort to make it work again on Linux kernel 2.6.8.1 from 2004-08-14
  * xDSL and ATM are **not supported**. Not by some binary nor are there GPL drivers available!   * xDSL and ATM are **not supported**. Not by some binary nor are there GPL drivers available!
    * Belkin has released [[http://www.belkin.com/uk/support/article/?lid=enu&pid=F5D7633uk4A&aid=9294&scid=314|"GPL code for the F5D7633"]], but it only has binary Broadcom drivers.     * Belkin has released [[http://www.belkin.com/uk/support/article/?lid=enu&pid=F5D7633uk4A&aid=9294&scid=314|"GPL code for the F5D7633"]], but it only has binary Broadcom drivers.
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    * D-Link GPL download center: [[http://tsd.dlink.com.tw/|D-Link GPL code for all of their products (DSL-2640B, DSL-2740B).]]     * D-Link GPL download center: [[http://tsd.dlink.com.tw/|D-Link GPL code for all of their products (DSL-2640B, DSL-2740B).]]
    * Netgear has released some sources for DSL-driver: [[ftp://downloads.netgear.com/files/GPL/DG834GBv4_V5.01.01_src.zip|DG834GBv4 GPL and closed code]]     * Netgear has released some sources for DSL-driver: [[ftp://downloads.netgear.com/files/GPL/DG834GBv4_V5.01.01_src.zip|DG834GBv4 GPL and closed code]]
 +    * Inteno has released some sources for ARxx and DG200-FG200 Series which uses Broadcom BCM6368 chip: [[ftp://bgpl:bgpl@project.inteno.se/Broadcom/|bcm963xx_4.02L.01 & bcm963xx_3.12L.01]]
 +    * http://www.neufbox4.org/forum/viewtopic.php?pid=15930#p15930
-  * -> [[doc/techref/brcm63xx.imagetag]] 
 +==== Dual Core ====
 +Some SoCs like BCM6358 or BCM6368 have two cores, however **<color red>OpenWrt only uses 1 core</color>**. Spite there being [[wp>Symmetric multiprocessing|SMP]] code for using two cores in the kernel (see [[http://lxr.free-electrons.com/source/arch/mips/kernel/smp-bmips.c|smp-bmips.c]]), it seems hard to use both cores: it is needed to initialize the second cpu; also the irq code code currently only enables irqs on the first cpu, so only userspace can use the second core, all interrupt handlers will use the first one.
-===== Existent 63xx variants ===== + -> [[doc:hardware:soc:soc.broadcom.bcm63xx:smp|SMP/CMT Broadcom 63xx]]
-There are eight main 63xx variants:+
-^ SoC ^ CPU MHz ^ Dual Core ^ USB Device ^ USB Host ^ PCMCIA/PCCARD ^ PCI ^ PCIe ^ Wireless NIC ^ ADSL2 ^ ADSL2+ ^ VDSL ^ VDSL2 ^ Fiber ^ OpenWrt ^ + 
-| **bcm6328** |  320  |  ☐  |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | 12.09 | +===== Existent 63xx variants ===== 
-| **bcm6329** |  320  |  ✔  |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | | +^ SoC ^ CPU MHz ^ Dual Core ^ RAM ^ USB Device ^ USB Host ^ PCMCIA/PCCARD ^ PCI ^ PCIe ^ Wireless NIC ^ ADSL2 ^ ADSL2+ ^ VDSL ^ VDSL2 ^ Fiber ^ OpenWrt ^ 
-| **bcm6345** |  140  | ☐  |  1.1 |  ☐  |  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | [[http://downloads.openwrt.org/backfire/10.03.1/brcm63xx/|10.03]] +| **bcm6318** |  333  |  ☐  |  DDR2  |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | | 
-| **bcm6335** |  140 |   ☐  |   ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | +| **bcm6328** |  320  |  ☐ |  DDR2 |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | 12.09 | 
-| **bcm6338** |  240 |  ☐  |  1.1  |  ☐  |  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | [[http://downloads.openwrt.org/backfire/10.03.1/brcm63xx/|10.03]] | +| **bcm6329** |  320  |  ✔ |  DDR2 |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | | 
-| **bcm6348** |  240<nowiki>|</nowiki>256  |  ☐  |  1.1  |  1.1  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | [[http://downloads.openwrt.org/backfire/10.03.1/brcm63xx/|10.03]] | +| **bcm6335** |  140  |   ☐  |  SDR |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐ |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |
-| **bcm6358** |  300  |  ✔  |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | [[http://downloads.openwrt.org/backfire/10.03.1/brcm63xx/|10.03]] | +| **bcm6338** |  240 | ☐  | SDR  1.1 |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | [[http://downloads.openwrt.org/backfire/10.03.1/brcm63xx/|10.03]]
-| **bcm6359** |  300  |  ✔  |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | [[http://downloads.openwrt.org/backfire/10.03.1/brcm63xx/|10.03]] | +| **bcm6345** |  140 |  ☐ |  SDR |  1.1  |  ☐  |  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | [[http://downloads.openwrt.org/backfire/10.03.1/brcm63xx/|10.03]] | 
-| **bcm6361/6362** |  400  |  ✔  |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | [[https://dev.openwrt.org/changeset/32923/trunk|r32923]] | +| **bcm6348** |  240<nowiki>|</nowiki>256  |  ☐ |  SDR |  1.1  |  1.1  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | [[http://downloads.openwrt.org/backfire/10.03.1/brcm63xx/|10.03]] | 
-| **bcm6367** |  400  |  ✔  |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  | 12.09 | +| **bcm6358** |  300  |  ✔ |  DDR |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | [[http://downloads.openwrt.org/backfire/10.03.1/brcm63xx/|10.03]] | 
-| **bcm6368** |  400  |  ✔  |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  | 12.09 | +| **bcm6359** |  300  |  ✔ |  DDR |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | [[http://downloads.openwrt.org/backfire/10.03.1/brcm63xx/|10.03]] | 
-| **bcm6369** |  400  |  ✔  |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | | +| **bcm6361\\ bcm6362** |  400  |  ✔ |  DDR2 |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | [[https://dev.openwrt.org/changeset/32923/trunk|r32923]] | 
-| **bcm63168/63268** |  400  |  ✔  |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  | +| **bcm6367** |  400  |  ✔ |  DDR |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  | 12.09 | 
-| **bcm63169/63269** |  400  |  ✔  |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  | +| **bcm6368** |  400  |  ✔ |  DDR |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  | 12.09 | 
-| **bcm6816** |  300  |  ✔  |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  | +| **bcm6369** |  400  |  ✔ |  DDR |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | | 
-| **bcm6818** |  400  |  ✔  |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  |+| **bcm63168\\ bcm63268** |  400  |  ✔ |  DDR2 |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  | 
 +| **bcm63169\\ bcm63269** |  400  |  ✔ |  ? |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  | 
 +| **bcm6816** |  300  |  ✔ |  ? |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  | 
 +| **bcm6818** |  400  |  ✔ |  ? |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  |
  * The third digit, when set to 3 (like in BCM6335, BCM6338) denotes a single-chip and cost-reduction oriented design.   * The third digit, when set to 3 (like in BCM6335, BCM6338) denotes a single-chip and cost-reduction oriented design.
  * There are also some other variants like bcm6341, which is a DSP used in VoIP products in conjunction with a BCM6348 SoC.   * There are also some other variants like bcm6341, which is a DSP used in VoIP products in conjunction with a BCM6348 SoC.
 +
 +===== CPU caches =====
 +|  |  |  ^ icache ^^^^ dcache ^^^^^
 +|SoC | CPU version |  Core  |  Size (kB)  | Associativity |  Linesize (bytes)  | Cache policy  |  Size (kB) |  Associativity  |  Aliases  |  Linesize (bytes)  |  Cache policy  |
 +| BCM6348 | **BMIPS3300 V0.7** |  0  |  16  |  2-way  |  16  | VIPT  |  8 |  2-way  |  ☐  |  16  |  VIPT  |
 +| BCM6358 | **BMIPS4350 V1.0** |  0  |  32  |  2-way  |  16  | VIPT  |  16 |  2-way  |  ✔  |  16  |  VIPT  |
 +| ::: | ::: |  1  |  16  |  2-way  |  16  | VIPT  | ::: | ::: | ::: | ::: | ::: |
 +| BCM6368 | **BMIPS4350 V3.1** |  0  |  64  |  4-way  |  16  | VIPT  |  32 |  2-way  |  ✔  |  16  |  VIPT  |
 +| ::: | ::: |  1  |  64  |  4-way  |  16  | VIPT  | ::: | ::: | ::: | ::: | ::: |
 +| BCM6328 | **BMIPS4350 v7.5** |  0  |  32  |  4-way  |  16  | VIPT  |  32 |  2-way  |  ✔  |  16  |  VIPT  |
 +| BCM63168 | **BMIPS4350 V8.0** |  0  |  64  |  4-way  |  16  | VIPT  |  32 |  2-way  |  ✔  |  16  |  VIPT  |
 +| ::: | ::: |  1  |  64  |  4-way  |  16  | VIPT  | ::: | ::: | ::: | ::: | ::: |
 +**VIPT** = Virtually indexed, physically tagged
 +
 +See -> http://www.linux-mips.org/wiki/Caches
 +
 +===== TRNG =====
 +[[wp>Hardware_random_number_generator|Hardware random number generator]]
 +
 +Only available in **BCM6368** SoC. GPL supported.
 +[[http://lxr.free-electrons.com/source/drivers/char/hw_random/bcm63xx-rng.c|bcm63xx-rng.c]]
 +[[http://lxr.free-electrons.com/source/arch/mips/bcm63xx/dev-rng.c|dev-rng.c]]
 +
 +| {{:meta:icons:tango:dialog-information.png?24x24&nolink|}}|To take advantage of this hardware feature **rng-tools** should be installed. |
 +
 +===== SPI =====
 +[[wp>Serial_Peripheral_Interface_Bus|Serial Peripheral Interface]]
 +
 +Two types of SPI controllers are present in BCM63xx:
 +  * **SPI**
 +  * **HSSPI**: High speed SPI, only available in BCM6328/BCM6362 SoCs
 +
 +By default only one Slave Select is available. Additional Slave Selects are at GPIO lines, but they need to be activated.
 +| |^ SPI Slave Select (GPIOs) ^^^^
 +| | Slave Select 1 | Slave Select 2 | Slave Select 3 | Slave Select 4 | Slave Select 5 |
 +| **BCM6348** |  ✔  | GPIO29 | GPIO30 | GPIO31 | ☐ |
 +| **BCM6358** |  ✔  | GPIO32 | GPIO33 | ? | ? |
 +| **BCM6368** |  ✔  | GPIO28 | GPIO29 | GPIO30 | GPIO31 |
 +
 +Snippet code example for converting these GPIOs to **SPI-SS#**:
 +
 +http://pastebin.com/g0bQGPRj
 +
 +===== GPIOs =====
 +[[doc/hardware/port.gpio|General Purpose Input/Output]]
 +
 +BCM63xx GPIO lines aren't capable of generating interrupts, they use the polling method when configured as inputs (buttons). As a result of this, some input drivers using GPIO interrupts won't work.
===== Finished tasks ===== ===== Finished tasks =====
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-===== Firmware/Bootloader ===== +===== Bootloader ===== 
-Some devices use RedBoot such as Inventel Liveboxes. Most of the others use CFE with a built-in LZMA decompressor. CFE is not using standard LZMA compression arguments, and most noticebly, changes the dictionnary size, so beware.  Thomson routers have their own bootloader.+[[doc:techref:Bootloader]]: Some devices use [[doc:techref:bootloader:RedBoot]] such as Inventel Liveboxes. Most of the others use [[doc:techref:bootloader:CFE]] with a built-in LZMA decompressor. CFE is not using standard LZMA compression arguments, and most noticeably, changes the dictionary size, so beware.  Thomson routers have their own bootloader. 
 + 
 +There is source code released for redboot (Inventel Livebox), and probably can be modified to work with other routers. Also there is some source code for [[doc:techref:bootloader:Uboot]] (aka TBSBOOT). 
 +| {{:meta:icons:tango:package-x-generic.png|}} | Here the uboot/TBSBOOT source code with the toolchain included for vx160 SoCs but with some code for bcm6338, bcm6348 and bcm6358: \\ [[http://files.myopera.com/danitool/xx/uboot-vx160.tar.gz|uboot-vx160.tar.gz]] \\ And the Redboot source code for Inventel Liveboxes (bcm6348) \\ [[https://files.myopera.com/danitool/linux/bootloaders/redboot-blue5g.tar.gz|redboot-blue5g.tar.gz]]  | 
 + 
 +On several CPE (Customer-premises equipment) hardware devices and especially on smart phones, the OEM bootloaders are feature poor (no netboot, no booting from a USB stick, etc.), obfuscated (require some magic values to be correct) or completely messed up and make it cumbersome, difficult or impossible to install free software on the device. It is thus paramount to always have at least some products available, that have OEM bootloaders that keep installing free software easy (cf. [[doc:howto:generic.flashing]]). And it could be interesting to port such bootloaders to devices, which happen to come with a restricted bootloader. Compare the available [[doc:techref:bootloader]] out there, their license, available code and feature sets. Please also remember that //available source code// it NOT enough, it has to be under some license, that allow for modification and redistribution. 
-There is source code released for redboot (Inventel Livebox), and probably can be modified to work with other routers. Also there is some source code for Uboot (aka TBSBOOT). 
-| {{:meta:icons:tango:package-x-generic.png|}} | Here the TBSBOOT source code with the toolchain included for vx160 SoCs but with some code for bcm6338, bcm6348 and bcm6358: \\ [[http://files.myopera.com/danitool/xx/uboot-vx160.tar.gz|uboot-vx160.tar.gz]] \\ And the Redboot source code for Inventel Liveboxes (bcm6348) \\ [[https://files.myopera.com/danitool/linux/bootloaders/redboot-blue5g.tar.gz|redboot-blue5g.tar.gz]]  | 
-To replace the original bootloader with an opensourced one is interesting  for RAM/Flash hardware mods, or for adding support for routers with very restricted bootloaders. So if you manage to make a totally opensource working bootloader please publish your patches. 
===== Dump the flash ===== ===== Dump the flash =====
There exists an utility to backup the entire flash:\\ There exists an utility to backup the entire flash:\\
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cfetool expects the serial port used is /dev/ttyUSB0 in your PC, but you can change it with "--serial=/dev/ttyUSB1". cfetool expects the serial port used is /dev/ttyUSB0 in your PC, but you can change it with "--serial=/dev/ttyUSB1".
-**Note**: not all CFEs have internally the dm/sm command, as a result of this cfetool may not work with some devices. Alternativelly you can dump the flash via traditional methods like JTAG or with an OpenWrt ramdisk firmware version.+**Note**: not all CFEs have internally the dm/sm command, as a result of this cfetool may not work with some devices. Alternatively you can dump the flash via traditional methods like JTAG or with an OpenWrt ramdisk firmware version.
-====== How to help ======+===== How to help =====
  * Download: [[ftp://downloads.netgear.com/files/GPL/DG834GBv4_V5.01.01_src.zip|DG834GBv4 GPL and closed code]] and help writing specification for the DSL core, the place to host specifications is [[http://bcm63xx.sipsolutions.net|BCM63xx at Sipsolutions.net]].   * Download: [[ftp://downloads.netgear.com/files/GPL/DG834GBv4_V5.01.01_src.zip|DG834GBv4 GPL and closed code]] and help writing specification for the DSL core, the place to host specifications is [[http://bcm63xx.sipsolutions.net|BCM63xx at Sipsolutions.net]].
 +  * Dual core SMP/CMT still needs further work, specially for BCM6358 with a shared TLB. If you know how to get rid of the problem of having a shared TLB between 2 cores, with working code, please contact with developers\\ see -> [[doc/hardware/soc/soc.broadcom.bcm63xx/smp#tlb.exception.handlers|TLB exception handlers]]
 +
 +===== BCM6348 pinout =====
 +|  BCM6348 KPBG  |  BCM6348 SKFBG  |
 +| {{:doc:hardware:soc:bcm6348_kpbg_pinout.png?300|}} | {{:doc:hardware:soc:bcm6348_skfbg_pinout.png?300|}} |
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| Freebox v4 | | Freebox v4 |
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| [[http://support.netcommwireless.com/product/voip/nb9|Netcomm NB9]] (Re-branded Comtrend CT-638) | | [[http://support.netcommwireless.com/product/voip/nb9|Netcomm NB9]] (Re-branded Comtrend CT-638) |
| [[:toh:netcomm:nb9w|Netcomm NB9W]] (Re-branded Comtrend CT-638) | | [[:toh:netcomm:nb9w|Netcomm NB9W]] (Re-branded Comtrend CT-638) |
-| [[oldwiki:openwrtdocs:hardware:netgear:dg834gt|Netgear DG834GT]] | +| [[toh/netgear/dg834gt|Netgear DG834GT]] |
| [[http://support.netgear.com/product/DG834PN|Netgear DG834PN]] | | [[http://support.netgear.com/product/DG834PN|Netgear DG834PN]] |
| [[toh:pirelli/aga|Pirelli Alice Gate+ Wi-Fi]] | | [[toh:pirelli/aga|Pirelli Alice Gate+ Wi-Fi]] |
| [[toh:pirelli/a125g|Pirelli DRG A125G]] | | [[toh:pirelli/a125g|Pirelli DRG A125G]] |
-| [[http://www.technicolorbroadbandpartner.com/dsl-modems-gateways/products/product-detail.php?id=168|Thomson Speedtouch TG605/TG605S]] |  +| [[toh:sagem:fast2404|Sagem F@ST2404]] |  
-| [[http://www.technicolorbroadbandpartner.com/dsl-modems-gateways/products/previous-product-detail.php?id=104|Thomson Speedtouch ST585v6]] |  +| [[toh/thomson/tg605|Thomson Speedtouch TG605/TG605S]] |  
-| [[http://www.technicolorbroadbandpartner.com/dsl-modems-gateways/products/product-detail.php?id=84|Thomson Speedtouch ST716(g)]] |  +| [[toh/thomson/st585v6|Thomson Speedtouch ST585v6]] |  
-| [[http://www.technicolorbroadbandpartner.com/dsl-modems-gateways/products/product-detail.php?id=134|Thomson Speedtouch ST780(i)WL]] | +| [[toh/thomson/st716|Thomson Speedtouch ST716(g)]] |  
 +| [[toh/thomson/st780|Thomson Speedtouch ST780(i)WL]] |  
 +| [[toh/thomson/st7g|Thomson Speedtouch 7G]] |
| [[http://www.usr-emea.com/support/s-prod-template.asp?loc=unkg&prod=9107|US Robotics]] [[:toh:us.robotics:usr9107| USR9107]]| | [[http://www.usr-emea.com/support/s-prod-template.asp?loc=unkg&prod=9107|US Robotics]] [[:toh:us.robotics:usr9107| USR9107]]|
| [[http://www.usr-emea.com/support/s-prod-template.asp?loc=unkg&prod=9108|US Robotics]] [[:toh:us.robotics:usr9108| USR9108]]| | [[http://www.usr-emea.com/support/s-prod-template.asp?loc=unkg&prod=9108|US Robotics]] [[:toh:us.robotics:usr9108| USR9108]]|
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| [[http://zhone.com/products/6238/|Zhone 6238]] | | [[http://zhone.com/products/6238/|Zhone 6238]] |
| [[oldwiki:openwrtdocs:hardware:linksys:wag54gs|ZTE ZXDSL 831CII]] | | [[oldwiki:openwrtdocs:hardware:linksys:wag54gs|ZTE ZXDSL 831CII]] |
-| [[toh:sagem:fast2404|Sagem F@ST2404]] | +
==== Some 6358 platforms*: ==== ==== Some 6358 platforms*: ====
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| [[toh:d-link/dsl-2740b|D-Link DSL-2740B/DSL-2741B]]| | [[toh:d-link/dsl-2740b|D-Link DSL-2740B/DSL-2741B]]|
-==== Known 6361/6362 platforms*: ==== +==== Known 6361 platforms*: ====
-| [[http://www.att.com/equipment/accessory-details/?q_sku=sku5480277|Motorola NVG510]] Commonly used with AT&T copper Uverse, which supports VOIP but not TV. (Motorola GPL [[http://sourceforge.net/motorola/nvg510/home/Home/|source]]). Also on [[http://www.wikidevi.com/wiki/Motorola_NVG510|WikiDevi]]|+
| [[toh:bt/homehub.3.0b|BT HomeHub 3.0b]]| | [[toh:bt/homehub.3.0b|BT HomeHub 3.0b]]|
 +| [[toh/sercom/shg1500|Sercom SHG1500]] AKA Vodafone Station 2 |
 +
 +==== Known 6362 platforms*: ====
 +| [[http://www.att.com/equipment/accessory-details/?q_sku=sku5480277|Motorola NVG510]] Commonly used with AT&T copper Uverse, which supports VOIP but not TV. (Motorola GPL [[http://sourceforge.net/motorola/nvg510/home/Home/|source]]). Also on [[http://www.wikidevi.com/wiki/Motorola_NVG510|WikiDevi]]|
 +| [[http://www.netgear.com/home/products/wirelessrouters/high-performance/DGND3700.aspx|Netgear DGND3700 (v2)]] |
==== Known 6368 platforms*: ==== ==== Known 6368 platforms*: ====
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| [[http://www.dlink.ru/mn/products/5/1349.html|D-Link DSL-6740U]] (sold to VDSL2 customers by Bezeq in Israel) | | [[http://www.dlink.ru/mn/products/5/1349.html|D-Link DSL-6740U]] (sold to VDSL2 customers by Bezeq in Israel) |
| [[http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps11999/index.html|Cisco 867-VAE]]| | [[http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps11999/index.html|Cisco 867-VAE]]|
 +| [[http://www.netgear.com/home/products/wirelessrouters/high-performance/DGND3700.aspx|Netgear DGND3700 (v1)]] |
 +| [[http://intenogroup.com/store/tabid/88/categoryid/3/productid/2/default.aspx|Inteno DG201]] |
 +| [[toh/thomson/tg789vn|Thomson TG789vn]] |
 +| [[toh/comtrend/vr3025u|Comtrend VR-3025u]] |
 +| [[toh/comtrend/vr3025un|Comtrend VR-3025un]] |
 +==== Known 63168 platforms*: ====
 +| [[http://www.airties.com/products/dslgw/Air5650| Airties Air 5650]] (commonly shipped to TTnet Hipernet customers in Turkey) |
-===== BCM6348 pinout ===== +==== Known 63268 platforms*: ==== 
-| BCM6348 KPBG  |  BCM6348 SKFBG  | +| [[http://www.inteno.se/store/tabid/141/categoryid/125/productid/678/default.aspx|Inteno DG301]] (commonly shipped to Sonera customers in Finland) |
-| {{:doc:hardware:soc:bcm6348_kpbg_pinout.png?300|}} | {{:doc:hardware:soc:bcm6348_skfbg_pinout.png?300|}} |+
-===== Tags ===== 
-{{tag>bcm63xx bcm6328 bcm6338 bcm6345 bcm6348 bcm6358 bcm6361 bcm6368 bcm6816 bcm6818}} 
 +
 +
 +===== Tags =====
 +{{tag>bcm63xx bcm6328 bcm6338 bcm6345 bcm6348 bcm6358 bcm6361 bcm6362 bcm6368 bcm6816 bcm63168 bcm63268 }}

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