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 +====== Netgear VEVG2500 ======
  
 +The Netgear VEVG2500 is a hard to find device, but it does/did exist, presumably distributed by ISPs in France/​Italy/​etc. The Netgear VEVG3700 seems to be its successor, but it's chipset is unknown. Finally the [[toh:​netgear:​DGND3700]] is referred to as the successor to the VEVG3700, and sadly the DGNG is Broadcom-based,​ which means: there are no VDSL2-drivers for the newer devices.
 +
 +Like [[https://​forum.openwrt.org/​viewtopic.php?​pid=173561#​p173561|stated in the OpenWrt forum]] it's GPL-dump //​VEVG2500_v07.00.02_with_Toolchain_src.zip//​ could serve for finally supporting the [[doc:​hardware:​soc:​soc.lantiq|Lantiq VR9-SoC]] via the ''​ltq-dsl''​-package,​ which would add support for the first VDSL2 modem.
 +
 +OpenWrt support status: **<color red>Not supported</​color>​**
 +
 +===== Hardware =====
 +==== Hacking ====
 +The router i found is branded numericable (french isp) 
 +following request give interesting result in serial console:
 +  POST http://​192.168.0.1/​num/​wizardBack.asp
 +  (context lanip=192.168.0.1<​color #​ed1c24>;​busybox</​color>&​page=saveLanIP)
 +
 +==== GPIOs leds ====
 +^ Color    ^ Name           ^ GPIO   ^ Polarity ​    |
 +| Green    | LAN1           | 503    | Active low   |
 +| Orange ​  | LAN1           | 503    | Active low   |
 +| Green    | LAN2           | 458    | Active low   |
 +| Orange ​  | LAN2           | 458    | Active low   |
 +| Green    | LAN3           | ?      | Active low   |
 +| Orange ​  | LAN3           | ?      | Active low   |
 +| Green    | LAN4           | ?      | Active low   |
 +| Orange ​  | LAN4           | ?      | Active low   |
 +| Green    | WAN            | ?      | Active low   |
 +| Orange ​  | WAN            | ?      | Active low   |
 +| Green    | Power led      | 488    | Active low   |
 +| Green  ​  | link led       | ?      | Active low   |
 +| Green  ​  | Info led       | 496    | Active low   |
 +| Green    | Ethernet led   | 493    | Active low   |
 +| Green    | Tel1 led       | ?      | Active low   |
 +| Green  ​  | Tel2 led       | 483    | Active low   |
 +| Green  ​  | Mail led       | ?      | Active low   |
 +| Blue     | WPS            | 459    | Active low   |
 +| Green  ​  | Wifi           | 476    | Active low   |
 +
 +
 +==== Info ====
 +
 +==== Photos ====
 +
 +{{media:​netgear:​vevg2500_1.jpg?​0x300|}}
 +{{media:​netgear:​vevg2500_ports.jpg?​0x300|}}
 +{{media:​netgear:​vevg2500_isp_package.jpg?​0x300|}}
 +{{media:​netgear:​vevg2500_internal_up.jpg?​0x300|}}
 +{{media:​netgear:​vevg2500_internal_down.jpg?​0x300|}}
 +
 +==== mtd ====
 +
 +^ mtd   ^ @            ^ desc              ^
 +| 0     | 0x00000000 ​  | uboot             |
 +| 1     | 0x00040000 ​  | gphyfw firmware ​  |
 +| 2     | 0x000C0000 ​  | kernel ​           |
 +| 3     | 0x002C0000 ​  | rootfs ​           |
 +| 4     | 0x06C40000 ​  | sysconfig ​        |
 +| 5     | 0x07040000 ​  | ubootconfig ​      |
 +| 5     | 0x07080000 ​  | fwdiag ​           |
 +
 +==== Serial ====
 +-> [[doc:​hardware:​port.serial]] general information about the serial port, serial port cable, etc.
 +
 +Serial console is J504. Settings are: 115200, 8, n, 1 
 +Serial Port is 3.3v use TTL adapter
 +
 +^ Pint out   ^ Line   ^
 +| 1          | GND    |
 +| 2          | Tx     |
 +| 3          | Rx     |
 +| 4          | Vcc    |
 +
 +short R302 to enter UART CFG02 mode
 +
 +{{media:​netgear:​vevg2500_serial.png?​400|}}
 +{{media:​netgear:​vevg2500:​vevg2500_uart.png?​350|}}
 +
 +
 +===== Tags =====
 +{{tag>​GigabitEthernet 1NIC 4Port VDSL2 lantiq vr9}}