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toh:bt:homehub_v2b [2013/07/02 10:45]
lorema so is this supported or not?
toh:bt:homehub_v2b [2014/02/02 15:53] (current)
benm
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====== BT HomeHub 2.0 Type B ====== ====== BT HomeHub 2.0 Type B ======
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 +** NEWSFLASH (JANUARY 2014): **
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 +** Following the sad closure of http://psidoc.com, all members of the BT Home Hub Openwrt community are now encouraged to join in ongoing development efforts at http://openwrt.ebilan.co.uk. BT HomeHub 2.0 Type B appears to be stable with the latest set of patches against trunk r39355. Feedback from anyone willing to test these will be gratefully received! **
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Black boxes given away with a bt broadband subscription. It comes in two versions Type A and Type B. The two versions look identical, and although they provide similar functionality, they are quite different on the inside. Black boxes given away with a bt broadband subscription. It comes in two versions Type A and Type B. The two versions look identical, and although they provide similar functionality, they are quite different on the inside.
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The homehub V2 includes ADSL2+, 802.11b/g/n wireless, host USB port, 4 wired ethernet ports, DECT, FXS & FXO ports and VOIP functionality. The homehub V2 includes ADSL2+, 802.11b/g/n wireless, host USB port, 4 wired ethernet ports, DECT, FXS & FXO ports and VOIP functionality.
-The firmware of both units can be successfully hacked for use on other ISPs (see www.psidoc.com).  The Type A firmware is a litlte more flexible than the Type B firmware in terms of what can be done after gaining access.  +The firmware of both units can be successfully hacked for use on other ISPs (see www.psidoc.com).  The Type A firmware is a litlte more flexible than the Type B firmware in terms of what can be done after gaining access. However, the Type B can be made to work with OpenWRT.
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-Until the patches come through to trunk, source mods for building OpenWRT for Type B are here: +
-https://sourceforge.net/p/hh2b4ever/code/ci/7c17843ab0596dccb2bd972ed9df6c4ccd9995a8/tree/ +
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-latest info:  binary at sourceforge for annexa works, although the leds are squiffy and the ADSL reports a fault but works. +
-see http://www.psidoc.com/showthread.php/495-OpenWRT-on-HHV2B for details +
- +
-News 25/3/2012: Thanks to blogic, some patches went into trunk today.... +
-[[toh:BT:homehub_v2b:trunkbuild|Building from trunk]] +
===== Supported Versions ===== ===== Supported Versions =====
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| Type B  |  | - |  ?  | - | | Type B  |  | - |  ?  | - |
 +Attitude Adjustment contains a profile for the Type B, but support is incomplete. Unofficial patches do however exist to build a working image. A community build using these patches is also available, of trunk version 34686 (ie a snapshot shortly before the Attitude Adjustment release). See below for details.
 +Barrier Breaker contains no profile for the Type B, but work is in progress to on a set of patches suitable for merging with the official sources.
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===== Installation ===== ===== Installation =====
-->[[doc:howto:generic.flashing]]+Instructions on how to obtain access to the bootloader can be found here: 
 +http://openwrt.ebilan.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=6 
 + 
 +Unofficial patches and a community build based on them can be found here: 
 +http://openwrt.ebilan.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=3 
 + 
 +TO DO: Add more detailed installation instructions to this page.  
 + 
 +For reference, the initial work done to get OpenWRT running on the Home Hub 2B is available here: 
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 +http://sourceforge.net/projects/hh2b4ever/ 
 + 
 +https://sourceforge.net/p/hh2b4ever/code/ci/7c17843ab0596dccb2bd972ed9df6c4ccd9995a8/tree/ 
 + 
 + 
===== Firmware ===== ===== Firmware =====
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| **Vendor:**          | [[wp>Lantiq]]  | | **Vendor:**          | [[wp>Lantiq]]  |
| **[[doc:techref:Bootloader]]:**    | [[doc:techref:bootloader:uboot|U-Boot]] | | **[[doc:techref:Bootloader]]:**    | [[doc:techref:bootloader:uboot|U-Boot]] |
-| **[[doc:hardware:soc|System-On-Chip]]:**  |[[http://www.lantiq.com/products/broadband-customer-premises-equipment/adsl/xwaytm-danube/xwaytm-danube-s/|Lantiq Danube-S PSB 50712]] @ 333MHz +| **[[doc:hardware:soc|System-On-Chip]]:**  |[[http://pdf.datasheetarchive.com/indexerfiles/Datasheets-UD3/DSAUD0055683.pdf|Lantiq Danube PSB-S 50712 (MIPS 24Kec)]]| 
-| **[[doc:hardware:cpu|CPU]]/Speed:**        | MIPS34Kc@333 MHz |+| **[[doc:hardware:cpu|CPU]]/Speed:**        | 333 MHz Dual Core|
|**NOR Flash:** |[[http://www.spansion.com/Support/Datasheets/S29AL004D_00.pdf|Spansion S29AL004D]]  4MiB | |**NOR Flash:** |[[http://www.spansion.com/Support/Datasheets/S29AL004D_00.pdf|Spansion S29AL004D]]  4MiB |
|**NAND Flash:** |[[http://www.kontest.ru/datasheet/samsung/k9f5608u0d.pdf|Samsung K9F5608U0D-JIB0]] 32MiB | |**NAND Flash:** |[[http://www.kontest.ru/datasheet/samsung/k9f5608u0d.pdf|Samsung K9F5608U0D-JIB0]] 32MiB |
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==== GPIOs ==== ==== GPIOs ====
-The CPU has 2 x 16 possible GPIO\\ +The CPU has 2 x 16 possible GPIO pins.\\ 
-The board provides a further 24? GPOs (for leds) controlled by stp\\ +For each pin there are control bits:\\ 
-for each pin there are control bits  +DIR: direction (0=input, 1=output)\\ 
-dir = direction +IN/OUT: value read from/written to pin\\ 
-out = value? +ALTSEL0/ALTSEL1: function multiplexed to the pin (see pinctrl driver)\\ 
-altsel0/altsel1 +OD: 0=open drain, 1='normal mode' push-pull\\ 
-od - 0=open drain, 1='normal mode' puch pull +PUDSEL: pullup/down select (1=up)\\ 
-pudsel = pullup/down select 1=up +PUDEN: pullup/down enable (1=enabled)\\
-puden = pull up/down enable+
uboot initial values\\ uboot initial values\\
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|GPIO-01|0 in |1 |1 |0 |1 |0 |0 | FXO Interrupt| |GPIO-01|0 in |1 |1 |0 |1 |0 |0 | FXO Interrupt|
|GPIO-02|0 in |1 |0 |0 |1 |0 |0 | Reset button| |GPIO-02|0 in |1 |0 |0 |1 |0 |0 | Reset button|
-|GPIO-03|1 out|1 |1 |0 |1 |0 |0 | CLK-OUT2 - (25mhz for amd9669i? - danube_clock.c in u-boot)|+|GPIO-03|1 out |1 |0 |0 |1 |0 |0 | CLK-OUT2 - (25mhz for amd9669i? - danube_clock.c in u-boot)|
|GPIO-04|1 out|1 |1 |0 |1 |0 |0 | - stp-st (maybe also likely boot clock select 1 = 36mhz)| |GPIO-04|1 out|1 |1 |0 |1 |0 |0 | - stp-st (maybe also likely boot clock select 1 = 36mhz)|
|GPIO-05|1 out|1 |1 |0 |1 |0 |0 | - stp-d| |GPIO-05|1 out|1 |1 |0 |1 |0 |0 | - stp-d|
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|GPIO-12|0 in |1 |1 |0 |1 |0 |0 || |GPIO-12|0 in |1 |1 |0 |1 |0 |0 ||
|GPIO-13|1 out|1 |1 |0 |1 |0 |0 |- USB Power| |GPIO-13|1 out|1 |1 |0 |1 |0 |0 |- USB Power|
-|GPIO-14|0 in |1 |0 |0 |1 |1 |1 | find handset button - pulled up+|GPIO-14|0 in |1 |0 |0 |1 |1 |1 |-| 
-|GPIO-15|0 in |1 |0 |0 |0 |0 |0 |-| +|GPIO-15|0 in |1 |0 |0 |0 |0 |0 |- find handset button|
|name|dir|out|altsel0|altsel1|od|pudsel|puden|usage| |name|dir|out|altsel0|altsel1|od|pudsel|puden|usage|
|-      |BE  |D7|87|00|FC|50|50|-| |-      |BE  |D7|87|00|FC|50|50|-|
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|INIT_VAL_P1_PUDEN      |0850| |INIT_VAL_P1_PUDEN      |0850|
 +The board provides a further 24? GPOs (for leds) controlled by stp.\\
==== Buttons ==== ==== Buttons ====

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