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toh:linksys:wrt160n [2013/01/16 08:40]
hhm see below for info about v3!
toh:linksys:wrt160n [2014/02/24 09:10] (current)
hhm explain same hardware
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===== Supported Versions ===== ===== Supported Versions =====
-^ Model ^ CPU ^ Wireless ^ Flash ^ RAM ^ S/N ^ FCC ID ^ OpenWrt Kamikaze ^ OpenWrt Backfire ^ 
-| WRT160N v1.0 |  BCM4704| BCM4321? | 4MB | 32MB | CSE01? |  |  X | ? | 
-| WRT160N v1.1 |  BCM4703| BCM4321 | 4MB | 16MB | CSE01 | Q87WRT160N |  X (See Below)| ? | 
-| WRT160N v2.0 |  RT2880F| Ralink |  4MB | 16MB | CSE11 | Q87WRT160NV2 |  not supported | ? | 
-| WRT160N v3.0 |  BCM4716| ?  |  4MB | 32MB | CSE41/CSE51 | Q87WRT160NV3 |  WIP (not supported yet, see below) | ? |  
-  * For v1.1: Try an image from [[http://snipes420.googlepages.com/|Here]]. +According to [[wp>Linksys_WRT300N_series#WRT160N]] there is more than one version of this device. Please see what version you have and add information to the wiki or post in this [[http://forum.openwrt.org/viewtopic.php?id=15321|forum thread]]. 
- * For v3.0: Has the same hardware as [[.:E1000|the Linksys E1000]]. + 
- * Please see what version you have and add information to the wiki or post in this [[http://forum.openwrt.org/viewtopic.php?id=15321|forum thread]]. +^ Model ^ CPU ^ Wireless ^ Flash ^ RAM ^ S/N ^ FCC ID ^ OpenWrt Kamikaze ^ OpenWrt Backfire ^ OpenWrt trunk (Barrier Breaker) ^ 
-  * According to [[wp>Linksys_WRT300N_series#WRT160N]] there is more than one version of this device. +| WRT160N v1.0 |  BCM4704| BCM4321? | 4MB | 32MB | CSE01? |  |  X | ? | ? | 
 +| WRT160N v1.1 |  BCM4703| BCM4321 | 4MB | 16MB | CSE01 | Q87WRT160N |  X (See Below)| ? | ? | 
 +| WRT160N v2.0 |  RT2880F| Ralink |  4MB | 16MB | CSE11 | Q87WRT160NV2 |  not supported | ? | ? | 
 +| WRT160N v3.0 |  BCM4716| ?  |  4MB | 32MB | CSE41/CSE51 | Q87WRT160NV3 |  WIP (not supported yet, see below) | ? | WIP | 
 + 
 +==== V1.1 ==== 
 + 
 +For v1.1, try an image from [[http://snipes420.googlepages.com/|Here]]. 
 + 
 +==== V3.0 ==== 
 + 
 +V3.0 has the same hardware as [[.:E1000|the Linksys E1000 v1]]; see the information for it, which may be helpful
 + 
 +As of 2013-08-27, trunk snapshots support the WRT160Nv3: http://downloads.openwrt.org/snapshots/trunk/brcm47xx/openwrt-wrt160n_v3-squashfs.bin 
 + 
 +Please see also the following forum topics: 
 +  * https://forum.openwrt.org/viewtopic.php?id=44045 
 +  * https://forum.openwrt.org/viewtopic.php?id=39581 
===== Installation ===== ===== Installation =====
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| **Vendor:** | Broadcom  | Ralink | Broadcom | | **Vendor:** | Broadcom  | Ralink | Broadcom |
| **Bootloader:** | CFE | [[doc:techref:bootloader:uboot]] | CFE | | **Bootloader:** | CFE | [[doc:techref:bootloader:uboot]] | CFE |
-| **System-On-Chip:** | Broadcom 4703KFBG  | RT2880F  (MIPS xyK V?.?) | Broadcom 4716B0KFBG (MIPS xyK V?.?) | +| **System-On-Chip:** | Broadcom 4703KFBG  | RT2880F  (MIPS 4KEc V?.?) | Broadcom 4716B0KFBG (MIPS 74Kc V?.?) |
| **CPU/Speed** | BCM4703 266 MHz | 266 MHz | BCM4716 300 MHz | | **CPU/Speed** | BCM4703 266 MHz | 266 MHz | BCM4716 300 MHz |
| **Flash-Chip:** | [[http://www.eonsdi.com/pdf/EN29LV320.pdf|EN29LV320AB]] | ??  | ?? | | **Flash-Chip:** | [[http://www.eonsdi.com/pdf/EN29LV320.pdf|EN29LV320AB]] | ??  | ?? |
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==== V2.0 ==== ==== V2.0 ====
-J10 is an empty 5-pin header, and is likely a serial port (console)+J10 is a serial port and it works if you use a 3.3v TTL to RS-232.
J11 is an empty 14-pin header and is likely a JTAG port to the CPU. J11 is an empty 14-pin header and is likely a JTAG port to the CPU.
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**J10** **J10**
-^ Pin 1 ^ ? ^ Pin 2 ^ ? ^ Pin 3 ^ ? ^ Pin 4 ^ ? ^ Pin 5 ^ ? | +| Near WAN port ^ Pin 1 ^ 3.3v ^ Pin 2 ^ TX ^ Pin 3 ^ RX ^ Pin 4 ^ NC ^ Pin 5 ^ GND |
**J11** **J11**
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=== Serial === === Serial ===
->[doc:hardware:port.serial]] ->[doc:hardware:port.serial]]
-JP2 is a 3.3v serial port.  Boot messages can be seen if you connect a 3.3v level shifter here and monitor with a serial port.+JP2/J10 is a 3.3v serial port.  Boot messages can be seen if you connect a 3.3v level shifter here and monitor with a serial port.
DO NOT CONNECT DIRECTLY TO A PC SERIAL PORT. Use a 3.3v TTL level shifter. DO NOT CONNECT DIRECTLY TO A PC SERIAL PORT. Use a 3.3v TTL level shifter.
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===== Recovery ===== ===== Recovery =====
-===== V1.1 =====+==== V1.1 ====
If the device becomes bricked, (and this can happen very easily with this device) you should attach a serial port to it to view the console and see why it has stopped booting. If the device becomes bricked, (and this can happen very easily with this device) you should attach a serial port to it to view the console and see why it has stopped booting.
  * Boot_wait does not seem to work on this device.   * Boot_wait does not seem to work on this device.
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-===== V3.0 =====+==== V3.0 ====
To recover it, do the following procedure: To recover it, do the following procedure:
  * Turned on, press the Reset button for 30 seconds   * Turned on, press the Reset button for 30 seconds

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