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====== TCOM Speedport W 500V ====== ====== TCOM Speedport W 500V ======
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-===== Hardware Highlights ===== 
-^ CPU ^ Ram ^ Flash ^ LAN ^ USB ^ Serial ^ JTag ^ 
-|Broadcom BCM6348@256MHz | 16MiB | 4MiB | 1 x 1 WAN| USB 1.1 Host supported by the SoC connection on the board unknown | Yes | ? | 
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The Speedport W500V is a Broadband Router with integrated DSL Modem, WLan Module and ISDN + Analog PBX capability for VoIP. Manufactured by Hitachi High Technologies and OEM'ed primarily through the T-Com in germany. The Speedport W500V is a Broadband Router with integrated DSL Modem, WLan Module and ISDN + Analog PBX capability for VoIP. Manufactured by Hitachi High Technologies and OEM'ed primarily through the T-Com in germany.
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What makes the Speedport W500V a quite attractive device is the PBX part. It can route incoming calls from either landline and VoIP onto the connected analog phones. Comparable to what the AVM FritzBox FON Routers can do. For outgoing rules can be set to either route the call into landline or over a VoIP SIP Provider. What makes the Speedport W500V a quite attractive device is the PBX part. It can route incoming calls from either landline and VoIP onto the connected analog phones. Comparable to what the AVM FritzBox FON Routers can do. For outgoing rules can be set to either route the call into landline or over a VoIP SIP Provider.
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 +===== Hardware Highlights =====
 +^ SoC ^ Ram ^ Flash ^ LAN ^ USB ^ Serial ^ JTag ^
 +|Broadcom BCM6348@256MHz | 16MiB | 4MiB | 1 x 1 WAN| USB 1.1 Host supported by the SoC connection on the board unknown | Yes | ? |
OpenWRT is supported since 2010-06. There are already Images in the trunk (openwrt-SPW500V-*), e.g.: http://downloads.openwrt.org/attitude_adjustment/12.09/brcm63xx/generic/openwrt-SPW500V-squashfs-cfe.bin OpenWRT is supported since 2010-06. There are already Images in the trunk (openwrt-SPW500V-*), e.g.: http://downloads.openwrt.org/attitude_adjustment/12.09/brcm63xx/generic/openwrt-SPW500V-squashfs-cfe.bin
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| 33 | reset button | | 33 | reset button |
| 34 | DSP interrupt (J604 pin 7)| | 34 | DSP interrupt (J604 pin 7)|
-| 35 | K2 relay drive (relay and the fdriver part is unpopulated)| +| 35 | K2 relay drive (relay and the driver part is unpopulated)|
==== Relays ===== ==== Relays =====
-The board has two strangeconnector at the middel of the device: J604,  J605. On mine board the J604 was wired trough 2 0Ohm resistor to the J606 (phone connector), and the second one was wired trough the K1 Relay to the same phone connector. The relay is a Takamisawa NA5W-K. It is able to swithc 250VAC or 220V DC @ 2A. The K1 relay is operated by the GPIO7. Low GPIO disconnects the two connectors both pins, and a high connects them. It is also possible to populate the K2. In this case the following comoponents should be changed:+The board has two strange connectors at the middle of the device: J604,  J605. On my board the J604 was wired trough 2 0Ohm resistor to the J606 (phone connector), and the second one was wired through the K1 Relay to the same phone connector. The relay is a Takamisawa NA5W-K. It is able to switch 250VAC or 220V DC @ 2A. The K1 relay is operated by the GPIO7. Low GPIO disconnects the two connectors both pins, and a high connects them. It is also possible to populate the K2. In this case the following comoponents should be changed:
===== Bootlogs ===== ===== Bootlogs =====

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