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toh:d-link:dir-632 [2014/03/05 12:37]
toh:d-link:dir-632 [2015/05/18 19:52] (current)
tmomas USB updated according OEM website
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 ===== Hardware Highlights ===== ===== Hardware Highlights =====
 ^ HW Rev ^ CPU ^ Ram ^ Flash ^ Network ^ Gigabit ^ USB ^ Serial ^ JTag ^ ^ HW Rev ^ CPU ^ Ram ^ Flash ^ Network ^ Gigabit ^ USB ^ Serial ^ JTag ^
-| A1 | Atheros AR7241/​AR7242@400MHz (MIPS32 24Kc)| 32MB | 8MB | 9 x FastEthernet | No | Yes | Yes | Yes |+| A1 | Atheros AR7241/​AR7242@400MHz (MIPS32 24Kc)| 32MB | 8MB | 9 x FastEthernet | No | 1x 2.0 | Yes | Yes |
  
  
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 | **[[doc:​hardware:​Switch]]:​** ​   | RealTek [[http://​www.realtek.com/​products/​productsView.aspx?​Langid=1&​PNid=20&​PFid=21&​Level=5&​Conn=4&​ProdID=209|RTL8309G]] 8Port FastEthernet Switch ​ w/ vlan support, MP1482DS B5827929 MPSB29 (switching power supply) ​ | | **[[doc:​hardware:​Switch]]:​** ​   | RealTek [[http://​www.realtek.com/​products/​productsView.aspx?​Langid=1&​PNid=20&​PFid=21&​Level=5&​Conn=4&​ProdID=209|RTL8309G]] 8Port FastEthernet Switch ​ w/ vlan support, MP1482DS B5827929 MPSB29 (switching power supply) ​ |
 | **Modem:​** ​                     | n/a  | | **Modem:​** ​                     | n/a  |
-| **USB:​** ​                       | Yes 1 x 2.0 / 3.0  ​|+| **USB:​** ​                       | 1x 2.0 |
 | **[[doc:​hardware:​port.serial|Serial]]:​** ​ | [[#​Serial|Yes]] | | **[[doc:​hardware:​port.serial|Serial]]:​** ​ | [[#​Serial|Yes]] |
 | **[[doc:​hardware:​port.jtag|JTAG]]:​** ​     | [[#​JTAG|Yes]] ​  | | **[[doc:​hardware:​port.jtag|JTAG]]:​** ​     | [[#​JTAG|Yes]] ​  |
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-===== Unbricking Procedure ​===== +===== Flashing firmware ​=====
-This procedure is similar to the DIR-620 and other related devices.+
  
-==== Unbricking Procedure for DIR632 - web browser ====+==== Flashing firmware with web browser ====
   - Connect to LAN1 and set your PCs IP address to 192.168.0.2   - Connect to LAN1 and set your PCs IP address to 192.168.0.2
   - Hold down the reset button and power cycle the device   - Hold down the reset button and power cycle the device
   - Keep holding the button until the Power/​Status LED flashes yellow   - Keep holding the button until the Power/​Status LED flashes yellow
-  - Browse to http://​192.168.0.1+  - Browse to http://​192.168.0.1 ​user: admin, password:​blank 
 +  - Go to TOOLS | FIRMWARE http://​192.168.0.1/​tools_firmw.asp
   - Choose and Upload the firmware - either factory firmware, or another suitable uboot image such as DD-WRT, or soon, OpenWRT (trunk)   - Choose and Upload the firmware - either factory firmware, or another suitable uboot image such as DD-WRT, or soon, OpenWRT (trunk)
   - When this is working you will get a "​Device is upgrading the firmware"​ page which cycles through from 0 to 100%   - When this is working you will get a "​Device is upgrading the firmware"​ page which cycles through from 0 to 100%
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 I had some troubles getting to this point: Firefox 15.0.1 on Linux amd64, hung at the '​Upload'​ screen. ​ Chrome 21 on Linux amd64 actually uploaded, (as verified by wireshark) and then hung.  I could only succesfully complete this procedure using Windows XP with IE8 (!)  My experience contradicts what is documented on the DD-WRT website, which states that Firefox only works. I had some troubles getting to this point: Firefox 15.0.1 on Linux amd64, hung at the '​Upload'​ screen. ​ Chrome 21 on Linux amd64 actually uploaded, (as verified by wireshark) and then hung.  I could only succesfully complete this procedure using Windows XP with IE8 (!)  My experience contradicts what is documented on the DD-WRT website, which states that Firefox only works.
  
-==== Unbricking Procedure for DIR632 - u-boot ====+==== Flashing firmware with u-boot ====
  
 This should be possible using TFTP, as desribed elsewhere: http://​wiki.openwrt.org/​doc/​howto/​generic.flashing.tftp This should be possible using TFTP, as desribed elsewhere: http://​wiki.openwrt.org/​doc/​howto/​generic.flashing.tftp
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 | 15 | 92 | Test point TP5 | | | 15 | 92 | Test point TP5 | |
 | 17 | ?? | LED WAN (bicolour: green) | | | 17 | ?? | LED WAN (bicolour: green) | |
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 +===== Debricking Procedure =====
 +In case you get a brick in your DIR-632 yo can use procedure is similar to the [[DIR-620]] and other related devices.
  
 ===== Other Info ===== ===== Other Info =====
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