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Lantiq SoCs

Lantiq

The XWAY trademark seems to apply to (almost?) all the SoCs listed. (Another brochure listing parts, without Danube.)

Lantiq xDSL

DSL-Version SoC-Family SoC CPU Devices
ADSL2+ AR7 AR7 4Kc + C62x D-Link DSL-502T (gen. 2)
D-Link DSL-504T
D-Link DSL-524T
D-Link DSL-584T
D-Link DSL-G624T
Linksys AG241
Linksys RTP300 and WRTP54G
Linksys AG310
Linksys WAG54GP
FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7112
ZyXEL P-2602HWN-D7A
AMAZON AMAZON-SE (PSB 50601) 4KEc ADB 1000g
Netgear DGN1000
Samsung SMT-G3000
Thomson TG585v8
ZTE ZXV10 H108L
AMAZON-SE-lite (PSB 50600) 4KEc
AMAZON-ME (PSB 50505) 4KEc Speedport W 700V
DANUBE DANUBE (PSB 50702) 2x 24KEc Airties WAV-281
Arcadyan ARV4518PW (SMC-7908-ISP)
Arcadyan ARV7506PW11 (Alice IAD 4421 / o2 Box 4421)
Arcadyan ARV7510PW
Astoria Networks ARV7518PW
Arcadyan ARV7519PW
Arcadyan ARV752DPW (Vodafone EasyBox 802)
Astoria Networks ARV752DPW22 (Arcor/Vodafone DSL-EasyBox 803A)
Belkin F5D8635-4v1
MediaPack MP-252
SIEMENS / SAGEM Gigaset SX762 / SX763
Speedport W 502V
Speedport W 503V Typ C
Speedport W 504V
Speedport W 722V Typ B
DANUBE-S (PSB 50712) 2x 24KEc Siemens Gigaset 604 IL
BT HomeHub 2.0 Type B
ARX100 "AR9" ARX168 34Kc Buffalo WBMR-HP-G300H
Netgear DGN3500
Aztech GR7000
ZyXEL P-661HNU-F3
BT HomeHub 3.0a
FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7320
FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7330
VTECH NetiaSpot
ARX182 ZTE ZXV10-H201L
ARX188 FRITZ!Box 7312
VDSL2 VINAX VINAX-VE/-A 2× 24KEc
VINAX-E/-A 2× 24KEc
VINAX-D/-A 2× 24KEc ALLNET ALL126Ax2 ?
VRX200 "VR9" VRX288 / VRX208 34Kc AVM FRITZ!Box WLAN 3370
FRITZ!Box WLAN 3390
FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7360
FRITZ!Box 6840 LTE
Astoria Networks ARV7519RW22 (Livebox 2.1)
Astoria Networks VGV7519KW (KPN Experia Box v8)
Arcadyan VGV7510KW22 (o2 Box 6431)
Draytek Vigor 2760(Vn)/(Delight)
ZyXEL P-2812HNU-F1
ZyXEL P-2812HNU-F3
VRX268 / VRX208 TP-Link TD-W8970
TP-Link TD-W8980
TP-Link TD-W9980
Netgear VEVG2500
BT Home Hub 5 Type A
BT OpenReach VG3503J
VRX208 AFE and Line driver
ADSL2+ ARX300 ARX388 34Kc ADSL2+/Ethernet SoC with integrated high-performance WLAN, GbitE LAN/WAN, 2-4 Ch FxS and CATiq support
ARX382 ADSL2+/Ethernet SoC with integrated cost-effective WLAN, FastE LAN/WAN, 2-4 Ch FxS and CATiq support
ARX368 ADSL2+/Ethernet SoC with integrated high performance WLAN and GbitE LAN/WAN
ARX362 ADSL2+/Ethernet SoC with integrated cost-effective WLAN and FastE LAN/WAN
none GRX300 GRX388 Gigabit Ethernet Router/Gateway SoC with integrated 3x3 Wi-Fi
GRX387 Gigabit Ethernet Router/Gateway SoC with integrated 2x2 Wi-Fi
VDSL2 ? VRX318 ADSL2/2+/VDSL Transceiver and Line Driver for GRX388/GRX387

Lantiq DSL IP block support in Linux

Note: some people reported that AR9 and VR9 based routers usually has better synchronization than Danube based boards.

WAVE300

SMP/Multithreading

Danube/Danube-S: They have two MIPS 24kec CPUs, but the second core has few differences that impossibilities SMP support. The second core is used for VoIP.

AR9/VR9: They are based in MIPS 34Kc cores that have multithreading support, but it does not work properly with these SoCs without some hacks that can be found in the source codes of some boards. For now multithreading is not supported without specific patches for the AR9 and VR9.

http://www.linux-mips.org/wiki/34K http://www.imgtec.com/mips/classic/

Boot

Lantiq SoCs generally have small mask ROMs capable of booting from various sources, selected by a combination the boot_selN pins. Finding those pins on a given device can be tricky, but on many Lantiq-based devices it's the primary mechanism for installation. The mask ROM is what emits "ROM VER x.yy … CFG 0x" on these devices.

The bootloader is typically U-Boot.

JTAG

On PSB 50601 the JTAG pins are:

  • 49: TDO
  • 50: TMS
  • 51: nTRST
  • 52: TDI
  • 53: TCK

OpenWrt Support

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doc/hardware/soc/soc.lantiq.txt · Last modified: 2016/04/23 02:19 by LnxBil