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doc:hardware:soc:soc.broadcom.bcm63xx [2013/07/13 08:40]
lorema move the Pinout above the known platforms
doc:hardware:soc:soc.broadcom.bcm63xx [2014/09/09 10:44] (current)
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 [[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.
  
-This SoC is widely used by most xDSL platforms in the world. It is one of the most successful xDSL platforms due to the simplicity of migrating old platforms (e.g: BCM6345) to new ones without much software impact. The cost of the complete solution (SoC, DSL line-driver,​ Wi-Fi+This SoC is widely used by most xDSL platforms in the world. It is one of the most successful xDSL platforms due to the simplicity of migrating old platforms (e.g: BCM6345) to new ones without much software impact. ​ 
 + 
 +The Architecture is based on a standard **MIPS32 Big Endian** Instruction Set, and shares some features with the R4000 microprocessor.
  
 ===== Linux support ===== ===== Linux support =====
   * The OpenWrt support for the Broadcom BCM63xx SoC family currently only works with following models:   * The OpenWrt support for the Broadcom BCM63xx SoC family currently only works with following models:
 +        * **6318**
         * **6328**         * **6328**
         * **6338**         * **6338**
-        * **6345** ​+        * **6345**
         * **6348**         * **6348**
-        * **6358** +        * **6358** / **6359** 
-        * **6362** +        * **6361** / **6362** 
-        * **6368** +        * **6368** / **6369** 
-  * There are working drivers for USB (OHCI and EHCI) and Ethernet under the GPL +        * **63168** / **63169** / **63268** / **63269** 
-  * xDSL and ATM are **not supported**. Not by some binary nor are there GPL drivers available! +  * 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.
-    * 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. +
-    * TP-link also has some code out for the platform --> see [[http://​www.tp-link.com/​support/​gpl.asp|TP-link GPL code for many of their products]] +
-    * 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]] +
-    * 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]] +
   * -> [[doc/​techref/​brcm63xx.imagetag]]   * -> [[doc/​techref/​brcm63xx.imagetag]]
  
-==== Linux support for ADSL ==== +==== Broadcom xDSL ==== 
-  * -> [[inbox/​adsl_support]]+  * xDSL and ATM are **<color crimson>​NOT SUPPORTED</​color>​**. Not by some binary nor are there GPL drivers available! 
 +    * 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]] 
 +    * https://​forum.openwrt.org/​viewtopic.php?​id=24271 
 +    * http://​comments.gmane.org/​gmane.comp.embedded.openwrt.devel/​17440 
 +    * http://​www.neufbox4.org/​forum/​viewtopic.php?​pid=15930#​p15930 
 +  * -> [[inbox/​adsl_support]] ​effort to make it work again on Linux kernel 2.6.8.1 from 2004-08-14
  
  
 ==== Dual Core ==== ==== Dual Core ====
-Some SoCs like BCM6358 or BCM6368 ​has two cores, however** OpenWrt only uses 1 core**. Spite there is 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.+Some SoCs like BCM6358 or BCM6368 ​have two cores, however OpenWrt only uses 1 core. 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.
  
  -> [[doc:​hardware:​soc:​soc.broadcom.bcm63xx:​smp|SMP/​CMT Broadcom 63xx]]  -> [[doc:​hardware:​soc:​soc.broadcom.bcm63xx:​smp|SMP/​CMT Broadcom 63xx]]
  
 +==== Finished tasks ====
 +The support for Broadcom 63xx is at this state :
  
-===== Existent 63xx variants ===== +  * Full Linux support for BCM63xx with runtime detection of the SoC on which the kernel is running. 
-There are eight main 63xx variants:+  * GPL drivers for Ethernet/​switch,​ OHCI, EHCI, SPI, Watchdog 
 +  * Dual core partially supported in BM6362/6368 and no support in BCM6358. 
 +  * No available drivers (neither binary, nor GPL) for DSL, ATM, VoIP, on-board SLIC/SLAC 
 +  * **Still not ported** to OpenWrt but with available drivers under the GPL: 
 +    * NAND  
 +    * [[#​Cipher.Engine|Cipher Engine]]
  
-^ SoC ^ CPU MHz ^ Dual Core ^ USB Device ^ USB Host ^ PCMCIA/​PCCARD ^ PCI ^ PCIe ^ Wireless NIC ^ ADSL2 ^ ADSL2+ ^ VDSL ^ VDSL2 ^ Fiber ^ OpenWrt ^ +==== How to help ==== 
-| **bcm6328** |  320  |  ☐  |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | 12.09 | +  * 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]]. 
-| **bcm6329** |  320  |  ✔  |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | | +  * 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]] 
-| **bcm6345** |  140  |  ☐  |  ​1.1  ​| ​ ☐   ​|  ​✔  ​| ​ ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | [[http://​downloads.openwrt.org/​backfire/​10.03.1/​brcm63xx/​|10.03]] ​+ 
-| **bcm6335** |  ​140  ​| ​  ​☐  |   ☐   |  ​☐  ​| ​ ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ​☐  ​| ​ ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  + 
-| **bcm6338** |  ​240  ​| ​ ☐  |  1.1  |  ☐   ​|  ​☐  ​| ​ ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ​✔  ​| ​ ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | [[http://​downloads.openwrt.org/​backfire/​10.03.1/​brcm63xx/​|10.03]] | +===== Existent 63xx variants ===== 
-| **bcm6348** |  240<​nowiki>​|</​nowiki>​256 ​ |  ☐  |  1.1  |  1.1  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | [[http://​downloads.openwrt.org/​backfire/​10.03.1/​brcm63xx/​|10.03]] | +^ SoC ^ CPU MHz ^ Dual Core ^ RAM ^ USB Device ^ USB Host ^ PCMCIA/​PCCARD ^ PCI ^ PCIe ^ Wireless NIC ^ ADSL2 ^ ADSL2+ ^ VDSL ^ VDSL2 ^ Fiber ^ OpenWrt ^ 
-| **bcm6358** |  300  |  ✔  |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | [[http://​downloads.openwrt.org/​backfire/​10.03.1/​brcm63xx/​|10.03]] | +| **bcm6318** |  333  |  ☐  |  DDR2  |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | | 
-| **bcm6359** |  300  |  ✔  |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | [[http://​downloads.openwrt.org/​backfire/​10.03.1/​brcm63xx/​|10.03]] | +| **bcm6328** |  320  |  ☐  ​| ​ DDR2  ​| ​ 2.0  |  2.0  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | 12.09 | 
-| **bcm6361/6362** |  400  |  ✔  |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | [[https://​dev.openwrt.org/​changeset/​32923/​trunk|r32923]] | +| **bcm6329** |  320  |  ✔  ​| ​ DDR2  ​| ​ 2.0  |  2.0  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | | 
-| **bcm6367** |  400  |  ✔  |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  | 12.09 | +| **bcm6335** |  140  |   ​☐  |  ​SDR  ​| ​ ☐   ​|  ​☐  |  ☐  ​| ​ ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  
-| **bcm6368** |  400  |  ✔  |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  | 12.09 | +| **bcm6338** |  ​240  ​| ​ ☐  |  ​SDR  ​|  ​1.1  |  ☐   |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ​✔  ​| ​ ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | [[http://​downloads.openwrt.org/​backfire/​10.03.1/​brcm63xx/​|10.03]] ​
-| **bcm6369** |  400  |  ✔  |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | | +| **bcm6345** |  ​140  ​| ​ ☐  ​| ​ SDR  ​| ​ 1.1  |  ☐   ​|  ​✔  ​| ​ ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ​☐  ​| ​ ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | [[http://​downloads.openwrt.org/​backfire/​10.03.1/​brcm63xx/​|10.03]] | 
-| **bcm63168/63268** |  400  |  ✔  |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  | +| **bcm6348** |  240<​nowiki>​|</​nowiki>​256 ​ |  ☐  ​| ​ SDR  ​| ​ 1.1  |  1.1  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | [[http://​downloads.openwrt.org/​backfire/​10.03.1/​brcm63xx/​|10.03]] | 
-| **bcm63169/63269** |  400  |  ✔  |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  | +| **bcm6358** |  300  |  ✔  ​| ​ DDR  ​| ​ 2.0  |  2.0  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | [[http://​downloads.openwrt.org/​backfire/​10.03.1/​brcm63xx/​|10.03]] | 
-| **bcm6816** |  300  |  ✔  |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐   ​| ​ ✔  |  | +| **bcm6359** |  300  |  ✔  ​| ​ DDR  ​| ​ 2.0  |  2.0  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | [[http://​downloads.openwrt.org/​backfire/​10.03.1/​brcm63xx/​|10.03]] | 
-| **bcm6818** |  400  |  ✔  |  2.0  |  2.0  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐   ​| ​ ✔  |  |+| **bcm6361\\ bcm6362** |  400  |  ✔  ​| ​ DDR2  ​| ​ 2.0  |  2.0  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ☐  | [[https://​dev.openwrt.org/​changeset/​32923/​trunk|r32923]] | 
 +| **bcm6367** |  400  |  ✔  ​| ​ DDR  ​| ​ 2.0  |  2.0  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  | 12.09 | 
 +| **bcm6368** |  400  |  ✔  ​| ​ DDR  ​| ​ 2.0  |  2.0  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  |  ☐  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |  ☐  | 12.09 | 
 +| **bcm6369** |  400  |  ✔  ​| ​ DDR  ​| ​ 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.
  
-===== Finished tasks ===== +===== CPU caches ​===== 
-The support for Broadcom 63xx is at this state :+|  |  |  ^ 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
  
-  ​Full Linux support for BCM6338, BCM6345, BCM6348 and BCM6358 with runtime detection ​of the SoC on which the kernel is running +See -> http://​www.linux-mips.org/​wiki/​Caches 
-  * GPL drivers for EthernetOHCIEHCI, SPIWatchdog + 
-  * No available ​drivers (neither binary, nor GPL) for DSLATMVoIPon-board SLIC/SLAC+===== 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. | 
 + 
 +===== Cipher Engine ===== 
 +BCM63xx SoCs have [[doc/​hardware/​cryptographic.hardware.accelerators|cryptographic hardware accelerators]]. The Cipher engine accelerates ​the IPSec protocol by using dedicated hardware blocks. BCM63XX SoCs (all family? FIXME) are implemented with the Encapsulating Security Payload (ESP) and Authentication Header (AH) IPSec protocols: 
 +  * **AES and DES/3DES** hardware encryption and decryption. 
 +    * AES in both Cipher Block Chaining (CBC) mode and Counter (CTR) mode. Can be performed in 128-192-and 256-bit modes. 
 +    * DES3DES in Cipher Block Chaining (CBC) mode 
 +  * **HMAC-SHA1 and HMAC-MD5** authentication in hardware. 
 + 
 +This what Broadcom calls **SPU**. The driver is available ​with GPL 
 + 
 +http://​code.google.com/​p/​gfiber-gflt100/​source/​browse/​bcmdrivers/​opensource/​char/​spudd/​impl2/​ 
 + 
 +this code isn't still ported to OpenWRTthus no crypto acceleration available 
 + 
 +===== SPI ===== 
 +[[wp>​Serial_Peripheral_Interface_Bus|Serial Peripheral Interface]] 
 + 
 +Two types of SPI controllers are present in BCM63xx: 
 +  * **SPI** 
 +  * **HSSPI**: High speed SPIonly available in BCM6328/​BCM6362 SoCs 
 + 
 +By default only one Slave Select is available. Additional Slave Selects are at GPIO linesbut 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.
  
 ===== Bootloader ===== ===== Bootloader =====
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 **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. **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 ====== +
-  * 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]].+
  
 ===== BCM6348 pinout ===== ===== BCM6348 pinout =====
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 ==== Known 6368 platforms*: ==== ==== Known 6368 platforms*: ====
 | [[http://​free.fr/​adsl|Freebox Server]] | | [[http://​free.fr/​adsl|Freebox Server]] |
-| [[http://​www.zyxel.com/​fi/​fi/​products_services/​p_870hn_51b.shtml|Zyxel P-870HN-51b]] (commonly shipped to VDSL2 customers by Sonera in Finland) |+| [[http://​www.zyxel.com/​fi/​fi/​products_services/​p_870hn_51b.shtml|ZyXEL P-870HN-51b]] (commonly shipped to VDSL2 customers by Sonera in Finland) | 
 +| [[http://​www.zyxel.com/​products_services/​p_870hn_5xb_series.shtml?​t=p|ZyXEL P-870HN-53b]] (commonly shipped to ADSL/VDSL customers by T-Mobile in Czech Republic) |
 | [[http://​www.netgear.com/​service-provider/​products/​routers-and-gateways/​dsl-gateways/​vvg2000.aspx|NETGEAR VVG2000]] (sold to VDSL2 customers by Bezeq in Israel) | | [[http://​www.netgear.com/​service-provider/​products/​routers-and-gateways/​dsl-gateways/​vvg2000.aspx|NETGEAR VVG2000]] (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.dlink.ru/​mn/​products/​5/​1349.html|D-Link DSL-6740U]] (sold to VDSL2 customers by Bezeq in Israel) |
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 | [[http://​www.netgear.com/​home/​products/​wirelessrouters/​high-performance/​DGND3700.aspx|Netgear DGND3700 (v1)]] | | [[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]] | | [[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]] | 
 +| [[http://​www.actiontec.com/​216.html|Actiontec Q2000]] (commonly shipped to VDSL2 customers of Centurylink/​Qwest) |
 +
 +==== Known 63168 platforms*: ====
 +| [[http://​www.airties.com/​products/​dslgw/​Air5650| Airties Air 5650]] (commonly shipped to TTnet Hipernet customers in Turkey) |
 +| [[toh:​d-link:​dsl-6850u|D-Link DSL6850U]] |
  
 ==== Known 63268 platforms*: ==== ==== Known 63268 platforms*: ====
 | [[http://​www.inteno.se/​store/​tabid/​141/​categoryid/​125/​productid/​678/​default.aspx|Inteno DG301]] (commonly shipped to Sonera customers in Finland) | | [[http://​www.inteno.se/​store/​tabid/​141/​categoryid/​125/​productid/​678/​default.aspx|Inteno DG301]] (commonly shipped to Sonera customers in Finland) |
 +
  
  
  
 ===== Tags ===== ===== Tags =====
-{{tag>​bcm63xx bcm6328 bcm6338 bcm6345 bcm6348 bcm6358 bcm6361 bcm6362 bcm6368 bcm6816 }}+{{tag>​bcm63xx bcm6328 bcm6338 bcm6345 bcm6348 bcm6358 bcm6361 bcm6362 bcm6368 bcm6816 ​bcm63168 bcm63268 ​}}
doc/hardware/soc/soc.broadcom.bcm63xx.1373697636.txt.bz2 · Last modified: 2013/07/13 08:40 by lorema