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-FIXME Hardware specific sections according to the [[meta:​template_device|Hardware Template]] wanted --- //​[[xm@subsignal.org|Jo-Philipp Wich]] 2010/03/22 14:18// +====== Netgear WNDR3700 and WNDR37AV ====== 
- +The Netgear WNDR3700 has five different versions to date. Versions 1 and 2 are fully supported by OpenWrt and are based on the [[doc:​hardware:​soc:​soc.qualcomm.ar71xx|Atheros ar71xx platform]]. Version 3 uses a [[doc:​hardware:​soc/​soc.broadcom.bcm47xx|Broadcom ​SoC]] and has preliminar support ​in trunk (e.g. don't expect working wireless). The fourth version is a 2T2R version of the [[toh:​netgear:​wndr4300|WNDR4300 v1]]. The fifth version uses a MediaTek SoC.
-====== Netgear WNDR3700 and WNDR37AV ​(and WNDR3800) ​====== +
-The Netgear WNDR3700 has four different versions to date. Versions 1 and 2 are fully supported by OpenWrt and are based on the [[doc:​hardware:​soc:​soc.qualcomm.ar71xx|Atheros ar71xx platform]]. Version 3 of the hardware is based on the [[doc:​hardware:​soc/​soc.broadcom.bcm47xx|Broadcom ​brcm47xx platform]] and is (somewhat) supported ​in trunk. The fourth version is a work in progress.+
  
 ===== Device Info and Specifics ===== ===== Device Info and Specifics =====
  
 ==== Hardware Highlights ==== ==== Hardware Highlights ====
-Model ^ Version ​^ CPU ^ Ram ^ Flash ^ Network ^ USB ^ Serial ^ JTag ^ FCC ^ +Ver ^ CPU ^ Ram ^ Flash ^ Network ​^ Wireless ​^ USB ^ Serial ^ JTag ^ Wiki ^ FCC ^ 
-WNDR3700 | V1 | Atheros AR7161 rev 2 680 MHz | 64MiB | 8MiB | 1 wan 4 x 1 lan (gbit) | Yes | Yes | Yes | [[https://​apps.fcc.gov/​oetcf/​eas/​reports/​ViewExhibitReport.cfm?​mode=Exhibits&​RequestTimeout=500&​calledFromFrame=N&​application_id=278475&​fcc_id='​PY308300092'​|here]] | +v1 | Atheros AR7161 rev 2 680MHz ​| 64MiB | 8MiB | 1 WAN 4x LAN (GBit| AR9220 [an 2x2:2] + AR9223 [bgn 2x2:​2] ​| Yes | Yes | Yes | [[https://​wikidevi.com/​wiki/​Netgear_WNDR3700v1|here]] ​| [[https://​apps.fcc.gov/​oetcf/​eas/​reports/​ViewExhibitReport.cfm?​mode=Exhibits&​RequestTimeout=500&​calledFromFrame=N&​application_id=278475&​fcc_id='​PY308300092'​|here]] | 
-WNDR3700 | V2 | Atheros AR7161 rev 2 680 MHz | 64MiB | 16MiB | 1 wan 4 x 1 lan (gbit) | Yes | Yes | Yes | [[https://​apps.fcc.gov/​oetcf/​eas/​reports/​ViewExhibitReport.cfm?​mode=Exhibits&​RequestTimeout=500&​calledFromFrame=N&​application_id=290558&​fcc_id='​PY308300092'​|here]] | +v2 | Atheros AR7161 rev 2 680MHz ​| 64MiB | 16MiB | 1 WAN 4x LAN (GBit| AR9220 [an 2x2:2] + AR9223 [bgn 2x2:​2] ​| Yes | Yes | Yes | [[https://​wikidevi.com/​wiki/​Netgear_WNDR3700v2|here]] ​| [[https://​apps.fcc.gov/​oetcf/​eas/​reports/​ViewExhibitReport.cfm?​mode=Exhibits&​RequestTimeout=500&​calledFromFrame=N&​application_id=290558&​fcc_id='​PY308300092'​|here]] | 
-WNDR3800 | V1 | Atheros AR7161 rev 2 680 MHz | 128MiB | 16MiB | 1 wan + 4 x 1 lan (gbit) | Yes | Yes | Yes |  | +v3 | Broadcom BCM4718A1 | 64MiB | 8MiB | 1 WAN 4x LAN (GBit| BCM4331 [an 2x2:2] + BCM4718A1 [bgn 2x2:​2] ​| Yes | ? | ? | [[https://​wikidevi.com/​wiki/​Netgear_WNDR3700v3|here]] ​| [[https://​apps.fcc.gov/​oetcf/​eas/​reports/​ViewExhibitReport.cfm?​mode=Exhibits&​RequestTimeout=500&​calledFromFrame=N&​application_id=651807&​fcc_id='​PY311200166'​|here]] | 
-| WNDR3700 | V3 | Broadcom BCM4718A1 ​ | 64MiB | 8MiB | 1 wan 4 x 1 lan (gbit) | Yes | ? | ? | [[https://​apps.fcc.gov/​oetcf/​eas/​reports/​ViewExhibitReport.cfm?​mode=Exhibits&​RequestTimeout=500&​calledFromFrame=N&​application_id=651807&​fcc_id=%27PY311200166%27|here]] | +v4 | Atheros AR9344 ​560MHz ​| 128MiB | 128MiB NAND | 1 WAN 4x LAN (GBit| AR9582 [an 2x2:2] + AR9344 [bgn 2x2:​2] ​| Yes | Yes | Yes | [[https://​wikidevi.com/​wiki/​Netgear_WNDR3700v4|here]] ​| [[https://​apps.fcc.gov/​oetcf/​eas/​reports/​ViewExhibitReport.cfm?​mode=Exhibits&​RequestTimeout=500&​calledFromFrame=N&​application_id=847398&​fcc_id='​PY312100186'​|here]] ​
-WNDR3700 | V4 | Atheros AR9344 ​@ 560 MHz | 128MiB | 128MiB NAND | 1 wan 4 x 1 lan (gbit) | Yes | Yes | Yes | [[https://​apps.fcc.gov/​oetcf/​eas/​reports/​ViewExhibitReport.cfm?​mode=Exhibits&​RequestTimeout=500&​calledFromFrame=N&​application_id=847398&​fcc_id=%27PY312100186%27|here]] |+| v5 | MediaTek MT7621ST | 128MiB | 128MiB | 1 WAN + 4x LAN (GBit) | ? | Yes | Yes | ? | ? | FCC ID PY314200275 ​|
  
- +<WRAP left round important 80%> 
-**NOTE:​** ​Netgear has sold a number of these units in boxes marked WNDR37AV. ​ This was done for marketing purposes solely, the hardware is exactly identical to version 2 (even to the point of many users finding a router physically labeled "​WNDR3700 or WNDR3700v2"​ inside of a box labeled "​WNDR37AV"​).+Netgear has sold a number of these units in boxes marked WNDR37AV. ​ This was done for marketing purposes solely, the hardware is exactly identical to version 2 (even to the point of many users finding a router physically labeled "​WNDR3700" ​or "WNDR3700v2"​ inside of a box labeled "​WNDR37AV"​). 
 +</​WRAP>​
  
 ==== Supported Versions ==== ==== Supported Versions ====
-Version/​Model ^ Launchdate ^ S/N OpenWrt Version ​Supported ^ Model Specific ​Notes ^ +Ver ^ Supported ​since ^ Notes ^ 
-| v1 |         ​|  ​| Backfire ​(10.03.1), Attitude Adjustment (12.09) ​| aka WNDR37AV-100PES,​ WNDR3700-100PES ​ | +| v1 | Backfire 10.03.1 | aka WNDR37AV-100PES,​ WNDR3700-100PES ​ | 
-| v2 | 2011-01 |  ​| Backfire ​(10.03.1), Attitude Adjustment (12.09) ​| Box side panel lists WNDR3700**v2**,​ aka WNDRMAC-100PES,​ WNDR3700-100prs  ​+| v2 | Backfire 10.03.1 | Box side panel lists WNDR3700**v2**,​ aka WNDRMAC-100PES,​ WNDR3700-100PRS ​
-wndr3800 ​2011-03 ​ | Backfire (10.03.1), Attitude Adjustment (12.09)  | the [[toh:​netgear:​WNDR3800]] is the actual successor board  ​+v3 <color red>Not supported</​color> ​Broadcom SoC, preliminar support in trunkOnly 2,4 GHz wireless supportedYMMV. | 
-v3 | 2011-09? |  | trunk | WNDR3700**v3** is based on a Broadcom chip, so **completely different architecture than v1 or v2** | +v4 | Barrier Breaker 14.07 | Atheros ​platform like v1 and v2, NAND flash, same PCB as [[toh:​netgear:​WNDR4300]],​ but only 2T2R. See also [[https://​forum.openwrt.org/​viewtopic.php?​id=41094|this forum thread]]. May be labeled as WNDR3700-100PES ​on the packaging'​s side panel (like some v1 models). |  
-| V4 | 2013-04? | | Barrier Breaker ​(14.07) RC1 WNDR3700**v4** is again Atheros-basednow AR9344 with 128MiB RAM and 128MiB ​NAND flash. Same PCB as [[toh:​netgear:​WNDR4300]],​ but only 2T2R. [[https://​forum.openwrt.org/​viewtopic.php?​id=41094|OpenWrt Forum thread]], **aka WNDR3700-100PES ​(the same as some v1 models)** +| v5 | <color red>Not supported</​color>​ | See [[https://​forum.openwrt.org/​viewtopic.php?​id=56737|this forum thread]] for info and actual status. ​|
  
-If you want to know what version you have after installing OpenWrt you can run <code>​dmesg | grep m25p80</​code> and then take a look in the hardware table (ver1 has 8 MiB , ver2 has 16 MiB).+<WRAP left round important 80%> 
 +You can not tell the version number by looking at the revision number. V1 and v2 seem to share the same EAN barcodes. [[http://​forum1.netgear.com/​showthread.php?​t=63234|Here]] you can read how to determine your versions within Netgear'​s firmware. Another way is to look at the box your router came in - under "​Package Contents"​ it will say "N600 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router ​(WNDR3700**v2**)" for version 2, and plain WNDR3700 for version 1. 
 +</​WRAP>​
  
-You can not tell the version number ​of the router by looking at the revision number as there is no logicand the v1 and v2 versions even have the same EAN bar codes The only way to tell from the box which version ​you are buying ​is that on the side panel, under "Package Contents"​ it will say "N600 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router (WNDR3700**v2**)"​ for version ​2, and plain WNDR3700 for version 1.+<WRAP left round info 80%> 
 +There are rumours that a certain batch of version 1 routers have problems with the 2,4 GHz radio suddenly dying. These came in boxes marked as -01R14 or -01R15 on the barcode labelIt is also said that -01R21 or -02R01 are expected ​to be working o.k. Board version ​is said to be reliable. If you look at the pictures you may see at least 3 places with some kind of "​version" numbering. ​ See [[http://​spreadsheets.google.com/​pub?​key=0AjNDNODfzgytdEJvZ0N0SkFLejFJZzBHcnFaaUg4OGc&​hl=en&​output=html|this spreadsheet]]. 
 +</​WRAP>​
  
-**NOTE:** There are rumors that a certain batch of version 1 routers have problems with the 2.4GHz radio suddenly dying. The ones came in boxes marked as -01R14 or -01R15 on the barcode label. It is also said that -01R21 or -02R01 are expected to be working o.k. According to "board verion"​ Ver4 is said to be reliable. If you look at the pictures you may see at least 3 places with some kind of "​version"​ numbering. ​ See [[http://​spreadsheets.google.com/​pub?​key=0AjNDNODfzgytdEJvZ0N0SkFLejFJZzBHcnFaaUg4OGc&​hl=en&​output=html]].+===== Downloading =====
  
-Added Notice+^ Version ^ Download link ^ 
-A thread on netgears forum telling how to see firmware and version of a router+| v1 (North America) | http://​downloads.openwrt.org/​barrier_breaker/​14.07/​ar71xx/​generic/​openwrt-ar71xx-generic-wndr3700-squashfs-factory-NA.img | 
-http://forum1.netgear.com/showthread.php?t=63234+| v1 (rest of the world) | http://​downloads.openwrt.org/​barrier_breaker/​14.07/​ar71xx/​generic/​openwrt-ar71xx-generic-wndr3700-squashfs-factory.img | 
 +| v2 | http://downloads.openwrt.org/​barrier_breaker/​14.07/​ar71xx/​generic/​openwrt-ar71xx-generic-wndr3700v2-squashfs-factory.img | 
 +| v3 | http://​downloads.openwrt.org/​barrier_breaker/​14.07/​brcm47xx/​mips74k/​openwrt-wndr3700_v3-squashfs.chk | 
 +| v4 | http://​downloads.openwrt.org/​barrier_breaker/​14.07/​ar71xx/​nand/openwrt-ar71xx-nand-wndr3700v4-ubi-factory.img |
  
-===== Basic Operation =====+The files ending with ''​-sysupgrade.bin''​ are for upgrading existing OpenWrt installations.
  
-==== Installation ==== +To create your own customized firmware, see [[doc:howtobuild:build.wndr3700]].
-=== Support for the different versions of WNDR3700 === +
-  * Version 1 of this device is supported in Backfire 10.03 and above (Attitude Adjustment and trunk). Manually building OpenWrt is not required. Quickest way is to download a precompiled ​[[http://​downloads.openwrt.org/​attitude_adjustment/​12.09/​ar71xx/​generic/​|stable image]], look for wndr3700 factory (SquashFS is recommended): +
-    * openwrt-ar71xx-generic-wndr3700-squashfs-factory.img +
-    * openwrt-ar71xx-generic-wndr3700-jffs2-factory.img +
-  * Version 2 is supported since 10.03.1: +
-    * [[http://​downloads.openwrt.org/​attitude_adjustment/​12.09/​ar71xx/​generic/​]] +
-  * Version 3 is supported in trunk (only b/g radio). +
-  * [[WNDR3800]] is supported since 10.03.1. +
-  * There are separate images for wndr3700, wndr3700v2, wndr3700v3 and wndr3800 (due to the firmware having to be tagged a different way). The wndr3700v2 will reject the version 1 images.+
  
-=== Where to get firmware? ​=== +===== Installation =====
- +
-  * You can get generic OpenWRT firmware of the [[about:​history#​stable.releases|stable branch]] from the [[http://​downloads.openwrt.org/​|official repository]]. This firmware covers most basic needs of an average user. +
-  * Alternative is a precompiled image from the [[about:​history#​bleeding.edge.trunk|trunk (bleeding edge) branch]]: [[http://​downloads.openwrt.org/​snapshots/​trunk/​ar71xx/​]]. ([[http://​downloads.openwrt.org/​snapshots/​trunk/​brcm47xx.mips74k/​]] for v3) +
-  * An easy way to get a custom firmware with extended functionality is to use a [[toh:​netgear:​wndr3700#​pre-built.customized.firmware|pre-built customized firmware]] based on either [[about:​history#​bleeding.edge.trunk|trunk]] or [[about:​history#​stable.releases|stable]] branch. +
-  * To create your own customized firmware, see this HowTo here: [[doc:​howtobuild:​build.wndr3700]]. +
- +
-:!: Developers recommend the SquashFS versions! Read about differences here: [[doc:​techref:​filesystems]]. And if you are interested, you can read about the differences between img and bin here: .+
  
 === How to flash the firmware to device? === === How to flash the firmware to device? ===
 Please consult ->​[[doc:​howto:​generic.flashing|Installing OpenWrt (generic)]] and additionally read on here for WNDR3700 specifics. Please consult ->​[[doc:​howto:​generic.flashing|Installing OpenWrt (generic)]] and additionally read on here for WNDR3700 specifics.
- 
-There are two different images available for the wndr3700 series: 
-  * **sysupgrade.bin** images are meant for flashing from an existing Openwrt system, either by using LuCI or the sysupgrade script. 
-  * **factory.img** images are otherwise identical, but a short header has been added to the image enabling the original Netgear OEM firmware and the TFTP recovery mode to accept the images. 
  
 == OEM easy installation == == OEM easy installation ==
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 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
-=== Upgrading ​OpenWrt ​=== +===== Upgrading ​===== 
-->[[doc:​howto:​generic.sysupgrade]]+See [[doc:​howto:​generic.sysupgrade]].
  
-==== Basic configuration ​==== +===== Configuration ===== 
-->[[doc:​howto:​basic.config|Basic configuration]]+See [[doc:​howto:​basic.config]].
- +
-=== Enabling wireless === +
-**NOTE:** For information on possible wireless regulatory issues, please refer to [[toh:​netgear:​wndr3700#​Wireless Regulatory Issues?​|this section]]. +
- +
-At least the Backfire 10.03 image (openwrt-ar71xx-wndr3700-squashfs-factory.img 06-Apr-2010 2424965) does not have working wireless out of the box as some kernel modules are missing for the wireless chipset, however this is easy to remedy. ​ SSH to your router (you will first need to telnet in and set a password, as described in [[doc/​howto/​firstlogin|First Login]], and then run the following commands (assumes the router has Internet access): +
- +
-<​code>​ +
-# opkg update +
-# opkg install kmod-ath9k wpad-mini +
-</​code>​ +
- +
-Now, restart the router.+
  
 ===== Advanced Operation ===== ===== Advanced Operation =====
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 Typically, these builds are intended to extend functionality and/or to improve performance of the firmware, as well as provide the end-user with a preconfigured setup. Typically, these builds are intended to extend functionality and/or to improve performance of the firmware, as well as provide the end-user with a preconfigured setup.
  
-**Warning**:​ As custom builds are mostly based on the [[about:​history#​bleeding.edge.trunk|trunk (bleeding edge) branch]], they are much more prone to bugs and regressions.+**Warning**:​ As custom builds are mostly based on the [[about:​history#​bleeding_edgetrunk|trunk (bleeding edge) branch]], they are much more prone to bugs and regressions.
  
 In order to address this, some members also release builds based on the [[about:​history#​stable.releases|stable branch]], thus reducing the potential of regressions,​ yet providing the advantages of customization (check out the link to hnyman'​s build below). In order to address this, some members also release builds based on the [[about:​history#​stable.releases|stable branch]], thus reducing the potential of regressions,​ yet providing the advantages of customization (check out the link to hnyman'​s build below).
  
-Specifically for WNDR3700, these are the longer maintained and the more frequently updated builds (as of September, 24 / 2012): +Specifically for WNDR3700, these are the longer maintained and the more frequently updated builds (as of July 2015):
- +
-[[https://​forum.openwrt.org/​viewtopic.php?​id=28392|IPv6 oriented Openwrt build for WNDR3700]] (managed by hnyman; trunk and stable builds) +
- +
-[[https://​forum.openwrt.org/​viewtopic.php?​id=47382|OpenWRT builds (BB) fully featured for various routers]] (managed by mk13139; trunk and stable builds) +
- +
-[[https://​forum.openwrt.org/​viewtopic.php?​id=27722|Fully featured OpenWrt build for the WNDR3700]] (managed by arokh; trunk-only builds) (no longer maintained since November 2012)+
  
 +  * [[https://​forum.openwrt.org/​viewtopic.php?​id=28392|IPv6 oriented Openwrt build for WNDR3700]] (managed by hnyman; trunk and stable builds)
 +  * [[https://​forum.openwrt.org/​viewtopic.php?​id=47382|OpenWRT builds (BB) fully featured for various routers]] (managed by mk13139; trunk and stable builds)
 +  * [[https://​forum.openwrt.org/​viewtopic.php?​id=50914|Optimized and feature rich trunk build for select routers]] (managed by arokh; trunk-only builds)
 ==== Flash Layout ==== ==== Flash Layout ====
 ->​[[doc:​techref:​flash.layout]] ->​[[doc:​techref:​flash.layout]]
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 Switch port numbering is other way around from physical ports. Switch port numbering is other way around from physical ports.
  
-|''​config interface lan+<​code>​ 
 +config interface lan
  option ifname eth0.1  option ifname eth0.1
  option type bridge  option type bridge
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  option vlan 4  option vlan 4
  option ports "​0 5t"  option ports "​0 5t"
-''​|+</​code>​
  
-Note: The VLAN switch configuration in Attitude Adjustment 12.09 has a bug ( https://​dev.openwrt.org/​ticket/​7795 ), so that you need to first disable VLAN trunk and than reenable it like this: +**Note:** The VLAN switch configuration in Attitude Adjustment 12.09 has a bug ( https://​dev.openwrt.org/​ticket/​7795 ), so that you need to first disable VLAN trunk and than reenable it like this: 
-|''​+ 
 +<​code>​
 # swconfig dev rtl8366s vlan 1 set ports '0 1 2 3t 5' # swconfig dev rtl8366s vlan 1 set ports '0 1 2 3t 5'
 # swconfig dev rtl8366s vlan 1 set ports '0 1 2 3t 5t' # swconfig dev rtl8366s vlan 1 set ports '0 1 2 3t 5t'
-''​|+</​code>​ 
 Note: The switch ports are not properly shown in the Backfire 10.03.1-rc4 Luci-interface,​ unless you add the chip name to the '​config switch'​ line: like '​config switch rtl8366s'​. After making that addition, Luci shows the VLANs properly at the Network/​Switch page. (Reference: https://​dev.openwrt.org/​ticket/​7830 ) Note: The switch ports are not properly shown in the Backfire 10.03.1-rc4 Luci-interface,​ unless you add the chip name to the '​config switch'​ line: like '​config switch rtl8366s'​. After making that addition, Luci shows the VLANs properly at the Network/​Switch page. (Reference: https://​dev.openwrt.org/​ticket/​7830 )
  
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 Note: The default LED config built into Backfire 10.03.1-rc4 (and earlier) does not match the explanation printed on the router'​s bottom. To make the LED behaviour match the printed explanation (green LED for 1000Mb/s), use mode 6 for port 1, mode 9 for port 2 and mode 2 for port 5. This has later been patched to [[about:​history#​bleeding.edge.trunk|trunk (bleeding edge)]] and Backfire branch. You can either use the swconfig command or directly edit the file '/​etc/​config/​network'​. Reference: https://​dev.openwrt.org/​ticket/​8103 Note: The default LED config built into Backfire 10.03.1-rc4 (and earlier) does not match the explanation printed on the router'​s bottom. To make the LED behaviour match the printed explanation (green LED for 1000Mb/s), use mode 6 for port 1, mode 9 for port 2 and mode 2 for port 5. This has later been patched to [[about:​history#​bleeding.edge.trunk|trunk (bleeding edge)]] and Backfire branch. You can either use the swconfig command or directly edit the file '/​etc/​config/​network'​. Reference: https://​dev.openwrt.org/​ticket/​8103
 +
 +=== Deactivate all LEDs ===
 +Put below in rc.local
 +<​code>​
 +for i in /​sys/​class/​leds/​* ; do echo 0 > "​$i"/​brightness;​ done
 +for i in 0 1 2 3 4; do swconfig dev switch0 port $i set led 0; done
 +</​code>​
  
 === Activate USB LED in Backfire === === Activate USB LED in Backfire ===
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 Add a USB LED configuration entry to /​etc/​config/​system (you can edit the file manually or use Luci/​System/​LED_Configuration page)  Add a USB LED configuration entry to /​etc/​config/​system (you can edit the file manually or use Luci/​System/​LED_Configuration page) 
  
-|''​config '​led'​+<​code>​ 
 +config '​led'​
  option '​name'​ 'USB LED'  option '​name'​ 'USB LED'
  option '​sysfs'​ '​wndr3700:​green:​usb'​  option '​sysfs'​ '​wndr3700:​green:​usb'​
  option '​default'​ '​0'​  option '​default'​ '​0'​
-''​|+</​code>​
  
 But that still just adds a default state to the LED. The LED will not yet turn itself on. You need to create an entry for the hotplug config: ​ But that still just adds a default state to the LED. The LED will not yet turn itself on. You need to create an entry for the hotplug config: ​
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 Code for the file /​etc/​hotplug.d/​usb/​10-usb :  Code for the file /​etc/​hotplug.d/​usb/​10-usb : 
-|''​#!/bin/sh+<code bash>#!/bin/sh
 # Copyright (C) 2009 OpenWrt.org # Copyright (C) 2009 OpenWrt.org
 case "​$ACTION"​ in case "​$ACTION"​ in
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         echo "​0"​ >/​sys/​devices/​platform/​wndr3700-led-usb/​leds/​wndr3700:​green:​usb/​brightness         echo "​0"​ >/​sys/​devices/​platform/​wndr3700-led-usb/​leds/​wndr3700:​green:​usb/​brightness
         ;;         ;;
-esac +esac</​code>​
-''​|+
  
 The LED should now react to inserting/​removing USB devices. ​ The LED should now react to inserting/​removing USB devices. ​
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 ===== Tags ===== ===== Tags =====
 [[meta:​tags]] [[meta:​tags]]
-{{tag>​GigabitEthernet 5Port 2PHY USB 1USB JTAG 802.11abgn 802.11abgn_simultan ath9k 4Ant DetachableAntenna 64RAM 16Flash MIPS MIPS32 24Kc}}+{{tag>​GigabitEthernet 5Port 2NIC USB 1USB JTAG 802.11abgn 802.11abgn_simultan ath9k 4Ant DetachableAntenna 64RAM 16Flash MIPS MIPS32 24Kc}}
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