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 ====== TP-Link TL-WR1043ND ====== ====== TP-Link TL-WR1043ND ======
-One of the first cheap devices with an gigabit Ethernet switch. Manufacture advertised features: 3 removable omni antennas (RP-SMA ​connector), 500 mW (24 dBm) maximal power output.+One of the first cheap devices with an gigabit Ethernet switch. Manufacture advertised features: 3 removable omni antennas ([[wp>RP-SMA|RP-SMA connectors]]and 24 dBm (251 mW, v1.x, v2.x) maximal ​TX power output. ​Note: maximal TX power and available channels are limited in some countries! 
 + 
 +**WARNING:​** These routers seem to have unstable wifi in 12.09. They'​re hit by bugs [[https://​dev.openwrt.org/​ticket/​9654|9654]],​ [[https://​dev.openwrt.org/​ticket/​12372|12372]] and [[https://​dev.openwrt.org/​ticket/​13966|13966]]. Fixed in 14.07
  
 ===== Supported Versions ===== ===== Supported Versions =====
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 | v1.1 | - | | | Backfire 10.03.1 | Similar to WR941ND.| | v1.1 | - | | | Backfire 10.03.1 | Similar to WR941ND.|
 | (DE)v1.1 | - | | | Attitude Adjustment 12.09-beta2 | German WebUI, V1.1 in S/N sticker | | (DE)v1.1 | - | | | Attitude Adjustment 12.09-beta2 | German WebUI, V1.1 in S/N sticker |
 +| (RU)v1.1 | - | 2013-09-27 | | Attitude Adjustment 12.09 | Upgraded to stock 3.13.13 first before flashing OpenWRT, no switch leaking |
 +| (DE)v1.2 | - | 2013-03 :?: | | Attitude Adjustment 12.09-rc1 | **Backfire 10.03.1 = BRICK**:!: |
 | v1.4 | - | | | Backfire 10.03.1 | Same v1 board as v1.1| | v1.4 | - | | | Backfire 10.03.1 | Same v1 board as v1.1|
 | v1.5 | - | | | Backfire 10.03.1 | Same v1 board as v1.1| | v1.5 | - | | | Backfire 10.03.1 | Same v1 board as v1.1|
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 | v1.7 | - | | | Backfire 10.03.1 | | | v1.7 | - | | | Backfire 10.03.1 | |
 | v1.8 | - | | 2010-08-04 <​sup><​sub>​(and probably other versions prior to 2012-02-02)</​sub></​sup>​ | Backfire 10.03.1 | | | v1.8 | - | | 2010-08-04 <​sup><​sub>​(and probably other versions prior to 2012-02-02)</​sub></​sup>​ | Backfire 10.03.1 | |
-| ::: | - | | 2012-02-02, 2012-03-31 <​sup><​sub>​(and probably later versions)</​sub></​sup>​ | Attitude Adjustment 12.09-rc1 | Tested OK with Backfire 10.03.1 but **require** [[toh:​tp-link:​tl-wr1043nd#​bootloader.downgrade|bootloader downgrade]]. [[https://​forum.openwrt.org/​viewtopic.php?​id=43478|Suspect of hardware bug that bring down WiFi after a while.]] |+| ::: | - | | 2012-02-02, 2012-03-31 <​sup><​sub>​(and probably later versions)</​sub></​sup>​ | Attitude Adjustment 12.09-rc1 | Tested OK with Backfire 10.03.1 but **require** [[toh:​tp-link:​tl-wr1043nd#​bootloader.downgrade|bootloader downgrade]]. [[https://​forum.openwrt.org/​viewtopic.php?​id=42539|Suspect of hardware bug that bring down WiFi after a while.]] |
 | v1.9 | - | | 2012-03-31 | | Tested OK with Backfire 10.03.1 but **require** [[toh:​tp-link:​tl-wr1043nd#​bootloader.downgrade|bootloader downgrade]]. | | v1.9 | - | | 2012-03-31 | | Tested OK with Backfire 10.03.1 but **require** [[toh:​tp-link:​tl-wr1043nd#​bootloader.downgrade|bootloader downgrade]]. |
 | v1.10 | - | | | Attitude Adjustment 12.09-rc1 | Similar v1.1 board. **Backfire 10.03.1 = BRICK**:​!:​.| | v1.10 | - | | | Attitude Adjustment 12.09-rc1 | Similar v1.1 board. **Backfire 10.03.1 = BRICK**:​!:​.|
 | v1.11 | - | | | Attitude Adjustment 12.09 | **Backfire 10.03.1 = BRICK**:!: | | v1.11 | - | | | Attitude Adjustment 12.09 | **Backfire 10.03.1 = BRICK**:!: |
-(DE)v1.| - | 2013-03 :?: | Attitude Adjustment 12.09-rc1 ​**Backfire 10.03.1 = BRICK**:!: | +v2.1  ​| - | 2013-06-18 Barrier Breaker 14.07  ​ | 
-| (RU)v1.1 | | 2013-09-27 | Attitude Adjustment 12.09 | Upgraded ​to stock 3.13.13 first before flashing OpenWRT, no switch leaking ​|+ 
 +Wan to Lan Throughput V1.x 122.7 Mbps [[http://www.smallnetbuilder.com/​lanwan/​router-charts/​bar/​74-wan-to-lan|http://www.smallnetbuilder.com/​lanwan/​router-charts/​bar/​74-wan-to-lan]] 
 + 
 +^ HW V1.x ^ HW V2.x ^ 
 + ​{{:​media:​tl-wr1043ndv1_profile.jpg?​200|}} ​ |  {{:​media:​tl-wr1043ndv2_profile.jpg?​200|}} ​ | 
 + 
  
 ===== Hardware Highlights ===== ===== Hardware Highlights =====
-^ CPU ^ Ram ^ Flash ^ Network ^ Gigabit ^ USB ^ Serial ^ JTag ^ +^ HW Version ​^ CPU ^ Ram ^ Flash ^ Network ^ Gigabit ^ USB ^ Serial ^ JTag ^ 
-| Atheros AR9132@400MHz ​ | 32MB | 8MB | 4x1 | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes |+| 1.x | Atheros AR9132@400MHz ​ | 32MB | 8MB | 4x1 | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes 
 +| 2.x | Qualcomm Atheros QCA9558@720MHz | 64MB | 8MB | 4x1 | Yes | Yes | Yes | No |
  
 See paragraphs [[toh/​tp-link/​tl-wr1043nd#​Hardware]] or [[toh/​tp-link/​tl-wr1043nd#​Tags]] for more details. See paragraphs [[toh/​tp-link/​tl-wr1043nd#​Hardware]] or [[toh/​tp-link/​tl-wr1043nd#​Tags]] for more details.
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 :!: **WAN port disable bug in (DE)v1.2** As of today (20130902) installing Attitude Adjustment 12.09 on a (DE)v1.2 device works flawless and do not exhibit the WAN port disable bug. :!: **WAN port disable bug in (DE)v1.2** As of today (20130902) installing Attitude Adjustment 12.09 on a (DE)v1.2 device works flawless and do not exhibit the WAN port disable bug.
 +
 +:!: **WAN port disable bug in 2.1** As of today (20131230) installing Barrier Breaker (trunk) on a v2.1 device works flawless and do not exhibit the WAN port disable bug.
  
 **ALL newer hardware models v1.8 or above (from ~April 2012) is affected by this WAN port bug.** Below is the code for the affected bootloader that disables the WAN port at boot after flashing. **ALL newer hardware models v1.8 or above (from ~April 2012) is affected by this WAN port bug.** Below is the code for the affected bootloader that disables the WAN port at boot after flashing.
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 ==== USB 3G Modems ==== ==== USB 3G Modems ====
-:!: **USB 3G modem issue (insufficient power).** ​The device ​does NOT deliver enough power for most USB 3G modems, which can lead to erratic behavior such as droped/​failed connections. If a 3G USB modem is to be used, consider other routers with a USB port that delivers enough Amperes. (e.g. [[http://​wiki.openwrt.org/​toh/​buffalo/​wzr-hp-ag300h|Buffalo WZR-HP-AG300H]])+:!: **USB 3G modem issue (insufficient power).** ​TL-WR1043ND v1.x does NOT deliver enough power for most USB 3G modems, which can lead to erratic behavior such as droped/​failed connections. If a 3G USB modem is to be used, consider other routers with a USB port that delivers enough Amperes. (e.g. [[http://​wiki.openwrt.org/​toh/​buffalo/​wzr-hp-ag300h|Buffalo WZR-HP-AG300H]])
  
-== Compatible ​USB 3G modems ​== +== Tested ​USB 3G modens for TL-WR1043ND v1: == 
-  * e.g. Huawei ​E1550+I got a stable 3g connection on my router! I don't see any erratic behavior! 
 +I tested the router with the following 3g modems: 
 +  * Huawei ​E303 
 +  * Huawei E303c 
 +  * Huawei E3131 
 +  * Huawei E3272 
 +  * Huawei E3531 
 +  * ZTE MF823L 
 +  * ZTE MF190 
 +  * ZTE MF193 
 +  * ZTE MF626 
 + 
 +== Tested USB 3G modens for TL-WR1043ND v2: == 
 +I got a stable 3g connection on my router! I don't see any erratic behavior! 
 +I tested the router with the following 3g modems: 
 +  * TCT Mobile One Touch X500D 
 +  * TCT Mobile X220L 
 +  * ZTE MF632
  
 ===== Installation ===== ===== Installation =====
-  - [[doc:​howto:​obtain.firmware]] and [[about/​latest|Latest OpenWrt Release]] - required image file is "​openwrt-ar71xx-generic-tl-wr1043nd-v1-squashfs-factory.bin" ​from the "​ar71xx"​ directory+  - [[doc:​howto:​obtain.firmware]] and [[about/​latest|Latest OpenWrt Release]] - required image file is "​openwrt-ar71xx-generic-tl-wr1043nd-v1-squashfs-factory.bin" ​for v1.x routers, "​openwrt-ar71xx-generic-tl-wr1043nd-v2-squashfs-factory.bin"​ for v2.x routers. Files can be found in the "​ar71xx"​ directory. You can use the quick links from the table below.
   - [[doc:​howto:​generic.flashing]] Now write this firmware-file onto the flash-chip of your device   - [[doc:​howto:​generic.flashing]] Now write this firmware-file onto the flash-chip of your device
  
 :!: **''​NOTE:''​** If case you have a revision > v1.10, you need to flash an elder OEM firmware release first, and only then flash OpenWrt; tested and works [[http://​forum.lowyat.net/​topic/​2481658/​all|credits go to sayboon]] for his tutorial :!: **''​NOTE:''​** If case you have a revision > v1.10, you need to flash an elder OEM firmware release first, and only then flash OpenWrt; tested and works [[http://​forum.lowyat.net/​topic/​2481658/​all|credits go to sayboon]] for his tutorial
 +
 +
 +The **trunk**, code named **Barrier Breaker**, contains bleeding edge source code for OpenWrt.
 +
 +|{{:​meta:​icons:​tango:​48px-dialog-warning.svg.png?​nolink&​24}}| The development branch contains everything from documentation to **//​experimental//​** **//​patches//​**! Bleeding edge OpenWrt supports additional hardware; however, it's considered unstable, and sometimes won't compile. |
 +
 +  * Download **Factory** image if you want to install OpenWrt on router with OEM firmware.
 +  * Download **Upgrade** image if you already have OpenWrt installed.
 +
 +
 +==== Downloads for TL-WR1043ND v1.x  ====
 +
 +^ Branch ^ Type ^ Download link ^
 +|  **Stable** (Barrier Breaker) ​ |  **Factory** ​ |  http://​downloads.openwrt.org/​barrier_breaker/​14.07/​ar71xx/​generic/​openwrt-ar71xx-generic-tl-wr1043nd-v1-squashfs-factory.bin ​ |
 +|  :::  |  **Upgrade** ​ |  http://​downloads.openwrt.org/​barrier_breaker/​14.07/​ar71xx/​generic/​openwrt-ar71xx-generic-tl-wr1043nd-v1-squashfs-sysupgrade.bin ​ |
 +|  **Trunk** (Barrier Breaker) ​ |  **Factory** ​ |  http://​downloads.openwrt.org/​snapshots/​trunk/​ar71xx/​openwrt-ar71xx-generic-tl-wr1043nd-v1-squashfs-factory.bin ​ |
 +|  :::  |  **Upgrade** ​ |  http://​downloads.openwrt.org/​snapshots/​trunk/​ar71xx/​openwrt-ar71xx-generic-tl-wr1043nd-v1-squashfs-sysupgrade.bin ​ |
 +
 +==== Downloads for TL-WR1043ND v2.x  ====
 +
 +^ Branch ^ Type ^ Download link ^
 +|  **Stable** (Barrier Breaker) ​ |  **Factory** ​ |  http://​downloads.openwrt.org/​barrier_breaker/​14.07/​ar71xx/​generic/​openwrt-ar71xx-generic-tl-wr1043nd-v2-squashfs-factory.bin ​ |
 +|  :::  |  **Upgrade** ​ |  http://​downloads.openwrt.org/​barrier_breaker/​14.07/​ar71xx/​generic/​openwrt-ar71xx-generic-tl-wr1043nd-v2-squashfs-sysupgrade.bin ​ |
 +|  **Trunk** (Barrier Breaker) ​ |  **Factory** ​ |  http://​downloads.openwrt.org/​snapshots/​trunk/​ar71xx/​openwrt-ar71xx-generic-tl-wr1043nd-v2-squashfs-factory.bin ​ |
 +|  :::  |  **Upgrade** ​ |  http://​downloads.openwrt.org/​snapshots/​trunk/​ar71xx/​openwrt-ar71xx-generic-tl-wr1043nd-v2-squashfs-sysupgrade.bin ​ |
  
 ==== Flash Layout ==== ==== Flash Layout ====
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 Commands: Commands:
  
-After you see ''​Autobooting in 1 seconds''​ type ''​tpl''​ and hit enter to get into command ​promt.+After you see ''​Autobooting in 1 seconds''​ type ''​tpl''​ and hit enter to get into command ​prompt.
  
 <​code>​ <​code>​
-erase 0xbf020000 +7c0000 # 7c0000: size of the firmware (be aware that you may have a different size thus bricking your router) 
 tftpboot 0x81000000 code.bin tftpboot 0x81000000 code.bin
 +erase 0xbf020000 +7c0000 # 7c0000: size of the firmware (be aware that you may have a different size thus bricking your router)
 cp.b 0x81000000 0xbf020000 0x7c0000 cp.b 0x81000000 0xbf020000 0x7c0000
 bootm 0xbf020000 bootm 0xbf020000
 +</​code>​
 +
 +For version 2.1 you must use the following
 +<​code>​
 +tftp 0x80060000 openwrt-ar71xx-generic-tl-wr1043nd-v2-squashfs-factory.bin
 +erase 0x9f020000 +0x7c0000
 +cp.b 0x80060000 0x9f020000 0x7c0000
 +boot.m 0x9f020000
 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
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 ==== Upgrading OpenWrt ==== ==== Upgrading OpenWrt ====
 -> [[doc:​howto:​generic.sysupgrade]] -> [[doc:​howto:​generic.sysupgrade]]
- 
-:!: ** WARNING: Recent versions of trunk are reported to brick the 1043ND and other devices: ** 
- 
-https://​forum.openwrt.org/​viewtopic.php?​pid=176604 
- 
-Unless you know what you're doing, use the latest stable version. 
  
 ==== Back to original firmware ==== ==== Back to original firmware ====
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   * in case the file name of this firmware file does not contain the word **//"​boot"//​** in it, you can simply revert back to original firmware   * in case the file name of this firmware file does not contain the word **//"​boot"//​** in it, you can simply revert back to original firmware
   * in case the file name of this firmware file does contain the word **//"​boot"//​** in it, you need to cut off parts of the image file //before// flashing it:   * in case the file name of this firmware file does contain the word **//"​boot"//​** in it, you need to cut off parts of the image file //before// flashing it:
 +
 +
 +The following method applies both for the V1 and V2 since the bootloader is the same size.
 +
  
 An example of an image file with the word "​boot"​ in it is ''​wr1043nv1_en_3_9_17_up_boot(091118).bin''​. An example of an image file with the word "​boot"​ in it is ''​wr1043nv1_en_3_9_17_up_boot(091118).bin''​.
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 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
-You should transfer the firmeware image to the /tmp folder and revert back to original firmware:+You should transfer the firmeware image to the /tmp folder and revert back to original firmware ​(if availlable you can flash the firmware via the webinterface as well):
  
 +Via the safer method using sysupgrade:
 <​code>​ <​code>​
-mtd -r write tplink.bin ​linux+sysupgrade /tmp/tplink.bin
 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
-Or depending on your mtd you may have to +Or alternatively use the mtd method:
 <​code>​ <​code>​
 mtd -r write tplink.bin firmware mtd -r write tplink.bin firmware
 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
-This has been confirmed by [[https://​forum.openwrt.org/​viewtopic.php?​pid=110583#​p110583|supertom64]]+This has been confirmed by [[https://​forum.openwrt.org/​viewtopic.php?​pid=110583#​p110583|supertom64]] (for the V1) and by [[https://​forum.openwrt.org/​viewtopic.php?​pid=232448#​p232448|akirkby]] (for the V2, flashing using the webinterface) 
 + 
 +OEM TP-Link firmware for the TL-WR1043nd with the **//boot part removed//** to revert to the original OEM firmware: 
 +  * TL-WR1043nd **//V1//** [[http://​q.gs/​6gAN3|TL-WR1043ND-V1-stripped.zip]] 
 +  * TL-WR1043nd **//V2//** [[http://​q.gs/​6gAN7|TL-WR1043ND-V2-stripped.zip]]
  
  
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 ==== Interfaces ==== ==== Interfaces ====
  
-The default ​network ​configuration is:+The OpenWrt ​default configuration ​of the [[doc/​networking/​network.interfaces|network interfaces]] ​is as follows:
 ^ Interface Name ^ Description ^ Default configuration ^ ^ Interface Name ^ Description ^ Default configuration ^
-| br-lan | LAN & WiFi | 192.168.1.1/​24 |  +''​br-lan'' ​| LAN & WiFi | 192.168.1.1/​24 | 
-| eth0 | LAN ports (1 to 4) + WAN | None |  +''​eth0'' ​  | LAN ports (1 to 4) + WAN | //​none// ​
-| wlan0 | WiFi | Disabled ​+''​wlan0''  ​| WiFi | //​disabled// ​|
  
 +==== Switch Ports (for VLANs) ====
  
 +Gigabit Media Independent Interface is the internal connection to the router itself. ​
  
-==== Switch ​Ports (for VLANs====+^ Port ^ Switch ​port on v1.x ^ Switch port on v2.x ^ 
 +| Internet (WAN)| 0 | 5 |  
 +| LAN 1 | 1 | 4 | 
 +| LAN 2 | 2 | 3 | 
 +| LAN 3 | 3 | 2 | 
 +| LAN 4 | 4 | 1 | 
 +| [[wp>​Gigabit Media Independent Interface|GMII]] | 5 (marked as CPU) | 0 (marked as CPUSwitch0 CPU Port| 
 +| ::: | - | 6 Switch0 CPU Port |
  
-Numbers ​1-4 are Ports 1-4 as labeled ​on the unit, number 0 is the Internet (WAN) on the unit, 5 is the internal connection to the router itself+The v2.x get's the lan and wan interface not via eth0.1/eth0.2 but via eth0 (wan) and eth1 (lan). 
 +The eth0 in the same vlan as port 5 on the switch. 
 +Because of that port 6 on the v2.x routers ​is an additional CPU port - used for wan traffic only.
  
-^ Port ^ Switch ​port ^ +Wan has VLAN 2, that shouldn'​t be touch,as you lose the WAN port. Start you VLANs from 3 , attaching them to the eth1.x sub-interfaces. 
-| Internet (WAN) | 0 |  + 
-| LAN 1 | 1 |  +See Schematics: 
-| LAN 2 | 2 |  + 
-LAN 3 | 3 |  +{{:​media:​wr1043ndv2-schematics.png?​600|}}
-| LAN 4 | 4 |  +
-| Gigabit Media Independent Interface | 5 | +
  
-http://​www.realtek.com.tw/​products/​productsView.aspx?​Langid=1&​PNid=18&​PFid=15&​Level=5&​Conn=4&​ProdID=197 
  
 Some issues with 10.03.1-rc4 on Hardware Ver.1.8 see [[https://​forum.openwrt.org/​viewtopic.php?​pid=123269#​p123269|this post]] for workaround. Some issues with 10.03.1-rc4 on Hardware Ver.1.8 see [[https://​forum.openwrt.org/​viewtopic.php?​pid=123269#​p123269|this post]] for workaround.
  
 There is a problem with VLAN-IDs > 9 (at least on v1.4 with 10.03.1-RC6 r28680 and v1.8 with 12.09-rc1 r34185). Using a VLAN-ID > 9 makes the router inaccessible on this interface. There is a problem with VLAN-IDs > 9 (at least on v1.4 with 10.03.1-RC6 r28680 and v1.8 with 12.09-rc1 r34185). Using a VLAN-ID > 9 makes the router inaccessible on this interface.
 +
 +==== Port Mirroring ====
 +Port mirroring is supported since [[https://​dev.openwrt.org/​changeset/​36847/​|r36847 ]]
 +
 +/​etc/​config/​network
 +<​code>​
 +
 +config switch
 +        option name '​switch0'​
 +        option reset '​1'​
 +        option enable_vlan '​1'​
 +        option enable_mirror_rx '​1'​
 +        option enable_mirror_tx '​1'​
 +        option enable_monitor_isolation '​1'​
 +        option enable_mirror_pause_frames '​1'​
 +        option mirror_monitor_port '​4'​
 +        option mirror_source_port '​3'​
 +config switch_vlan
 +        option device '​switch0'​
 +        option vlan '​1'​
 +        option ports '1 5t'
 +config switch_vlan
 +        option device '​switch0'​
 +        option vlan '​5'​
 +        option ports '2 3'
 +
 +</​code>​
 +
 +The port numbers are shown here:
 +
 +{{:​media:​img_20140513_175452.jpg}}
 +
 +==== Use the WAN-Port as a LAN-Port ​ ====
 +**remove** to following lines, to remove the wan specific configuration (vlan and interface)
 +
 +**V1.x**
 +/​etc/​config/​network
 +<​code>​config interface '​wan'​
 + option ifname '​eth0.2'​
 + option proto '​dhcp'</​code>​
 +and
 +<​code>​config switch_vlan
 + option device '​switch0'​
 + option vlan '​2'​
 + option ports '0 5t'</​code>​
 +
 +and **add** the port 0 to the existing Vlan
 +<​code>​config switch_vlan
 + option device '​switch0'​
 + option vlan '​1'​
 +# add port 0 to the line below
 + option ports '0 1 2 3 4 5t'</​code>​
 +
 +**V2.x**
 +/​etc/​config/​network
 +<​code>​config interface '​wan'​
 + option ifname '​eth0'​
 + option proto '​dhcp'</​code>​
 +and
 +<​code>​config switch_vlan
 + option device '​switch0'​
 + option vlan '​2'​
 + option ports '5 6'</​code>​
 +
 +and **add** the port 5 to the existing Vlan
 +<​code>​config switch_vlan
 + option device '​switch0'​
 + option vlan '​1'​
 +# add port 5 to the line below
 + option ports '0 1 2 3 4'</​code>​
 +
 +==== Add VLAN and Second Wan on v.2.x  ====
 +/​etc/​config/​network
 +
 +Each Port is a VLAN
 +
 +Physical Port 1 is the WAN2
 +
 +Adapt to your needs
 +<​code>​
 +config interface '​loopback'​
 +        option ifname '​lo'​
 +        option proto '​static'​
 +        option ipaddr '​127.0.0.1'​
 +        option netmask '​255.0.0.0'​
 +
 +config globals '​globals'​
 +        option ula_prefix '​fd30:​0c4a:​0bba::/​48'​
 +
 +config interface '​lan1'​
 +        option ifname '​eth1.1'​
 +        option type '​bridge'​
 +        option proto '​static'​
 +        option ipaddr '​192.168.1.1'​
 +        option netmask '​255.255.255.0'​
 +
 +config interface '​lan2'​
 +        option ifname '​eth1.3'​
 +        option proto '​static'​
 +        option ipaddr '​192.168.2.1'​
 +        option netmask '​255.255.255.0'​
 +        option type '​bridge'​
 +
 +config interface '​lan3'​
 +        option ifname '​eth1.4'​
 +        option proto '​static'​
 +        option ipaddr '​192.168.3.1'​
 +        option netmask '​255.255.255.0'​
 +        option type '​bridge'​
 +
 +config interface '​lan4'​
 +        option ifname '​eth1.5'​
 +        option proto '​static'​
 +        option ipaddr '​192.168.4.1'​
 +        option netmask '​255.255.255.0'​
 +        option type '​bridge'​
 +
 +config interface '​wan'​
 +        option ifname '​eth0'​
 +        option proto '​static'​
 +        option ipaddr '​192.168.100.100'​
 +        option netmask '​255.255.255.0'​
 +
 +config interface '​wan6'​
 +        option ifname '​@wan'​
 +        option proto '​dhcpv6'​
 +
 +config switch
 +        option name '​switch0'​
 +        option reset '​1'​
 +        option enable_vlan '​1'​
 +
 +config switch_vlan
 +        option device '​switch0'​
 +        option vlan '​1'​
 +        option ports '0t 1'
 +        option vid '​1'​
 +
 +config switch_vlan
 +        option device '​switch0'​
 +        option vlan '​3'​
 +        option ports '0t 4'
 +        option vid '​3'​
 +
 +config switch_vlan
 +        option device '​switch0'​
 +        option vlan '​4'​
 +        option ports '0t 3'
 +        option vid '​4'​
 +
 +#This should stay untouched
 +config switch_vlan
 +        option device '​switch0'​
 +        option vlan '​2'​
 +        option ports '5 6'
 +        option vid '​2'​
 +
 +config switch_vlan
 +        option device '​switch0'​
 +        option vlan '​5'​
 +        option ports '0t 2'
 +        option vid '​5'​
 +</​code>​
  
 ==== Failsafe mode ==== ==== Failsafe mode ====
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 ===== Hardware ===== ===== Hardware =====
 ==== Info ==== ==== Info ====
-| **[[wp>​Instruction set]]:​** ​              | [[wp>MIPS architecture|MIPS32]] ​ | +TP-Link naming scheme is, that numbers behind the comma, refer to changes in the firmware only, the hardware is identical. 
-| **Vendor:​** ​                              | [[wp>​Qualcomm Atheros]] | + 
-| **[[doc:​techref:​Bootloader]]:​** ​          | [[doc:​techref:​bootloader:​uboot|U-Boot]] 1.1.4 | +^ Type ^ HW ver. 1.x ^ HW ver. 2.x ^ 
-| **[[doc:​hardware:​soc|System-On-Chip]]:​** ​ | AR9132 rev 2 (MIPS 24Kc V7.4) +| **[[wp>​Instruction set]]:​** ​              ​| ​ [[wp>MIPS_instruction_set#​MIPS32|MIPS32]]  ​|
-| **[[doc:​hardware:​cpu|CPU]]/​Frq** ​         | 24Kc V7.4 400 Mhz +| **Vendor:​** ​                              ​| ​ [[wp>​Qualcomm Atheros]] ​ |
-| **Target name** ​                          | [[http://​wiki.openwrt.org/​tag/​ar71xx?​do=showtag&​tag=ar71xx|ar71xx]] | +| **[[doc:​techref:​Bootloader]]:​** ​          ​| ​ [[doc:​techref:​bootloader:​uboot|U-Boot]] 1.1.4  |
-| **Initial flash image** ​                  | ''​openwrt-ar71xx-generic-tl-wr1043nd-v1-squashfs-factory.bin''​ | +| **[[doc:​hardware:​soc|System-On-Chip]]:​** ​ |  AR9132 rev 2  ​| ​ QCA9558  ​
-| **Upgrade image** ​                        | ''​openwrt-ar71xx-generic-tl-wr1043nd-v1-squashfs-sysupgrade.bin'' ​+| **[[doc:​hardware:​cpu|CPU]]/​Frq** ​         |  24Kc V7.4 400 MHz  |  74Kc V5.0 720 MHz  ​
-| **Flash-Chip:​** ​                          | [[http://​www.spansion.com/​Support/​Datasheets/​S25FL064P_00_03_e.pdf|ST 25P64V6P]] | +| **Target name** ​                          ​| ​ [[http://​wiki.openwrt.org/​tag/​ar71xx?​do=showtag&​tag=ar71xx|ar71xx]] ​ || 
-| **Flash size:​** ​                          | 8192 KiB | +| **Flash-Chip:​** ​                          ​| ​ [[http://​www.spansion.com/​Support/​Datasheets/​S25FL064P_00.pdf|ST 25P64V6P]] ​ ​| ​ [[http://​www.nexflash.com/​hq/​enu/​ProductAndSales/​ProductLines/​FlashMemory/​SerialFlash/​W25Q64FV.htm|Winbond 25Q64FV]]  ​
-| **RAM:​** ​                                 | 32 MiB   ​+| **Flash size:​** ​                          ​| ​ 8192 KiB  |
-| **Wireless:​** ​                            | Atheros AR9103 2.4ghz 802.11bgn | +| **RAM:​** ​                                 |  32 MiB  ​| ​ 64 MiB  |
-| **Wireless Power:​** ​                      | Maximal power output is 27 dBm (500 mW) | +| **Wireless:​** ​                            ​| ​ Atheros AR9103 2.4 GHz 802.11bgn ​ ​| ​ QCA9558 2.4 GHz 802.11bgn  ​|  
-| **802.11n:​** ​                             | 3 x 3 : 2 | +| **Wireless Power:​** ​                      ​| ​ Maximal power output is 24 dBm (251 mW)  |
-| **[[doc:​hardware:​Switch]]:​** ​             | [[http://www.realtek.com.tw/products/productsView.aspx?​Langid=1&​PNid=18&​PFid=15&​Level=5&​Conn=4&​ProdID=197|RealTek RTL8366RB ​5-port Gigabit switch ​ wvlan support]]  | +| **802.11n:​** ​                             |  3 x 3 : 2  ​| ​ 3 x 3 : 3  ​
-| **USB:​** ​                                 | Yes 1 x 2.0 (OHCI platform; device name ''​1-1''​) ​   +| **[[doc:​hardware:​Switch]]:​** ​             |  [[http://​realtek.info/pdf/rtl8366_8369_datasheet_1-1.pdf|RealTek RTL8366RB]]  |  [[http://​wikidevi.com/​files/​Atheros/​specsheets/​AR8327_AR8327N.pdf|Atheros AR8327N-BL1A]] ​ 
-| **Power:​** ​                               | 12V DC 1.5A | +| **[[doc/techref/​swconfig]]:​** ​            ​| ​ [[https://​dev.openwrt.org/​browser/​trunk/​target/​linux/​generic/​files/​drivers/​net/​phy/​rtl8366rb.c|yes,​ rtl8366rb]] ​ |  [[https://​dev.openwrt.org/​browser/​trunk/​target/​linux/​generic/​files/​drivers/​net/​phy/​ar8216.c|yes,​ ar8216]]  | 
-| **[[doc:​hardware:​port.serial|Serial]]:​** ​ | [[#​Serial|Yes]] | +| **USB:​** ​                                 |  Yes 1 x 2.0 ([[wp>​Open Host Controller Interface|OHCI]] platform; device name ''​1-1''​) ​ |
-| **[[doc:​hardware:​port.jtag|JTAG]]:​** ​     | [[#​JTAG|Yes]] ​ |+| **Power:​** ​                               |  12V DC 1.5A  |
 +| **[[doc:​hardware:​port.serial|Serial]]:​** ​ |  [[#​Serial|Yes]] ​ |
 +| **[[doc:​hardware:​port.jtag|JTAG]]:​** ​     |  [[#​JTAG|Yes]] ​  |  [[#​JTAG|No?​]] ​  |
  
 ==== Performance ==== ==== Performance ====
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 Specifications:​ Specifications:​
-| **Brand/​Model** | Leader Electronics Inc / LEI F7 | +^  ^ TL-WR1043ND DE (v1.0) ^ TL-WR1043ND v2.1 ^ 
-| **Input** | 100-240V~ (50/60Hz, 0.6A) | +| **Brand/​Model** | Leader Electronics Inc / LEI F7 | TP-LINK Tech. co., ltd. 
-| **Output** | 12.0V 1.5A | +| **Input** |  100-240V~ (50/60Hz, 0.6A)  |
-| **Measured output** | 12.25V | +| **Output** |  ​12V ​1.5A  |
-| The plug (on the router side) has the following specifications:​ || +| **Measured output** |  12.25V ​ ​| ​ 12.40V (w/o load) |
-| **Outer diameter** | 5.5mm | +| The plug (on the router side) has the following specifications: ​||| 
-| **Inner diameter**| 2.1mm | +| **Outer diameter** |  5.5mm  |
-| **Length of the shaft** | 9.5mm |+| **Inner diameter**| ​ 2.1mm  |
 +| **Length of the shaft** |  9.5mm  ||
  
 I successfully used the ATX PSU (from my computer) to power the router. I successfully used the ATX PSU (from my computer) to power the router.
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 ==== Photos ==== ==== Photos ====
 +
 +Photos of v1.X PCB:
  
 {{:​toh:​tp-link:​tl-wr1043nd-v16.jpg?​400|PCB Board TP-Link TL-WR1043ND v1.6}} {{:​toh:​tp-link:​tl-wr1043nd-v16.jpg?​400|PCB Board TP-Link TL-WR1043ND v1.6}}
 {{:​inbox:​tl-wr1043nd_v14.jpg?​400|PCB Board TP-Link TL-WR1043ND v1.4}} {{:​inbox:​tl-wr1043nd_v14.jpg?​400|PCB Board TP-Link TL-WR1043ND v1.4}}
  
-Since all 1.x Versions should use the same hardware, a picture ​of 2.PCB would be interesting,​ if any.+Photos ​of v2.PCB:
  
 +{{:​media:​tl-wr1043nd_images_board1.jpg?​400|PCB TP-Link TL-WR1043ND v2.1}}
 +{{:​media:​tl-wr1043nd_images_board2.jpg?​400|PCB TP-Link TL-WR1043ND v2.1}}
 +
 +More photos of the v2 version: [[http://​galeria.tech-blog.pl/​TP-Link_TL-WR1043ND_v2/​|TP-Link TL-WR1043ND v2]]
  
 ==== Opening/​closing the case ==== ==== Opening/​closing the case ====
  
-Note: This will void your warranty! The case of the WR1043N is composed of 4 pieces:+Note: This will void your warranty! ​ 
 + 
 +The case of the WR1043N ​v1.x is composed of 4 pieces:
  
   * Top cover (white, with logo)   * Top cover (white, with logo)
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 Pictures can be found [[http://​www.flickr.com/​photos/​19739482@N05/​sets/​72157624000636958/​|here]] Pictures can be found [[http://​www.flickr.com/​photos/​19739482@N05/​sets/​72157624000636958/​|here]]
  
-=== Putting it back together ===+The case of the WR1043N v2.x is composed of 2 pieces:
  
 +  * Top cover (black (bluish))
 +  * Bottom cover (gray)
 +
 +1. Remove the four screws on the bottom cover.
 +2. Use a thin object to release the top cover from the bottom cover
 +
 +=== Putting it back together ===
 +V1.x
   - Place the board on the bottom cover, so that the two plastic pins at the front keep it in place.   - Place the board on the bottom cover, so that the two plastic pins at the front keep it in place.
   - If you undid the antenna connectors, put them back in and tighten the nuts.   - If you undid the antenna connectors, put them back in and tighten the nuts.
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   - Push the front towards the back so the hooks are engaged, then push down the top cover.   - Push the front towards the back so the hooks are engaged, then push down the top cover.
   - Fasten the screws and re-apply the rubber feet.   - Fasten the screws and re-apply the rubber feet.
 +V2.x
 +  - Put the top cover back on
 +  - Press until it clicks back nicely to the bottom cover.
 +  - Put back the screws
 +
 ==== Serial ==== ==== Serial ====
 -> [[doc:​hardware:​port.serial]] general information about the serial port, serial port cable, etc. -> [[doc:​hardware:​port.serial]] general information about the serial port, serial port cable, etc.
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 Don’t forget that the **TX pin** of the serial port must linked to the **RX pin** of the router and the RX to TX! Don’t forget that the **TX pin** of the serial port must linked to the **RX pin** of the router and the RX to TX!
  
-Speed: 115200 ​baud+Bits per second**115200**\\ 
 +Data bits: **8**\\ 
 +Parity: **None**\\ 
 +Stop bits: **1**\\ 
 +Flow control: **None**\\
  
-{{:inbox:wr1043ndserial.jpg?400|}}+{{:media:tl-wr1043nd_serial_pinouts.jpg|Serial Pinouts}}
  
 If you use the serial connection more often or want to have a permanent modification you can build a stereo audio jack at the back of the router and use the FTDI serial cable TTL-232R-3V3-AJ. As jumper wire you can recycle an old floppy drive power cable. If you use the serial connection more often or want to have a permanent modification you can build a stereo audio jack at the back of the router and use the FTDI serial cable TTL-232R-3V3-AJ. As jumper wire you can recycle an old floppy drive power cable.
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 === Receive (RX) Disabled === === Receive (RX) Disabled ===
  
-Some revisions require a jumper between the RX serial pin and the resistor R362 to enable serial writes. See this post for details:+Some revisions ​of v1.x require a jumper between the RX serial pin and the resistor R362 to enable serial writes. See this post for details:
  
 [[https://​forum.openwrt.org/​viewtopic.php?​pid=176448#​p176448]] [[https://​forum.openwrt.org/​viewtopic.php?​pid=176448#​p176448]]
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 ^        ^               ​^ ​           ^  Voltage level at GPIO in output-mode ​ ^^  gpioX/value in input-mode when GPIO is: ^^^ ^        ^               ​^ ​           ^  Voltage level at GPIO in output-mode ​ ^^  gpioX/value in input-mode when GPIO is: ^^^
 ^  GPIO  ^  Common Name  ^  PCB Name  ^  gpioX/​value=1 ​ ^ gpioX/​value=0 ​        ​^ ​ Floating ​ ^  Pulled to GND  ^  Pulled to Vcc  ^ ^  GPIO  ^  Common Name  ^  PCB Name  ^  gpioX/​value=1 ​ ^ gpioX/​value=0 ​        ​^ ​ Floating ​ ^  Pulled to GND  ^  Pulled to Vcc  ^
-|      0 |               ​| ​           |                 ​                      |            ​                ​                 |+|      0 |               |  ->​R713 ​   ​|            ​3.3V                    ​0V ​         ​1 ​              0        ​1 ​|
 |      1 |  USB          |  D18=D9 ​   |              0V |                  3.3V |          1 |               1 |        1 | |      1 |  USB          |  D18=D9 ​   |              0V |                  3.3V |          1 |               1 |        1 |
 |      2 |  SYS          |  D19=D8 ​   |              0V |                  3.3V |          1 |               1 |        1 | |      2 |  SYS          |  D19=D8 ​   |              0V |                  3.3V |          1 |               1 |        1 |
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 |     13 |  P1-Rx        |            |            3.3V |                    0V |          0 |               0 |        1 | |     13 |  P1-Rx        |            |            3.3V |                    0V |          0 |               0 |        1 |
 |     14 |               ​| ​           |                 ​| ​                      ​| ​           |                 ​| ​                 | |     14 |               ​| ​           |                 ​| ​                      ​| ​           |                 ​| ​                 |
-|     15 | USB PSU EN?   | ->​R711 ​    ​| ​           3.3V |                    0V |          1 |                 ​|        1         ​+|     15 | USB PSU EN?   | ->​R711 ​    ​| ​           3.3V |                    0V |          1 |               0 |        1 | 
-|     16 | USB PSU CHK?  | ->​R708 ​    ​| ​           3.3V |                    0V |          1 |                 ​                 |+|     16 | USB PSU CHK?  | ->​R708 ​    ​| ​           3.3V |                    0V |          1 |               0        ​1 ​|
 |     17 |               ​| ​           |                 ​| ​                      ​| ​           |                 ​| ​                 | |     17 |               ​| ​           |                 ​| ​                      ​| ​           |                 ​| ​                 |
 |     18 |  Data line of the RTL8366RB ​                                                                          ​||||||| |     18 |  Data line of the RTL8366RB ​                                                                          ​|||||||
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 //:!: Note: you don't need to configure or activate buttons to get the [[toh:​tp-link:​tl-wr1043nd#​failsafe.mode|Failsafe mode]] working, it will work by default.// //:!: Note: you don't need to configure or activate buttons to get the [[toh:​tp-link:​tl-wr1043nd#​failsafe.mode|Failsafe mode]] working, it will work by default.//
 +
 +//:!: Note2: From versions 1.8 up to 2.x holding the reset button for more than 30' resets to OpenWRT initial settings.//
 +
 +//:!: Note3: If you use current trunk version of OpenwRT then the reset button is controlled through /​etc/​rc.button/​reset file. If you hold the button for longer than 5 seconds, then OpenWRT resets to initial settings. You can change the behaviour in this file: /​etc/​rc.button/​reset//​
  
 ===== Debricking ===== ===== Debricking =====
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 Total: 62104 17472 44632 Total: 62104 17472 44632
 </​code>​ </​code>​
 +
 +This chip from Digikey should work too, if you aren't able to obtain a DDR-module: {{http://​www.digikey.de/​product-detail/​de/​AS4C32M16D1-5TCN/​1450-1006-ND/​4234565|Alliance Memory, Inc. AS4C32M16D1-5TCN}}
  
 ==== I²C GPIO Mod ==== ==== I²C GPIO Mod ====
  
-An I²C-bus can easily be added using the GPIO-lines of the AR913x-SoC. So far, the only usable ones which have been confirmed to work are GPIO 5 (the QSS-LED, easily ​solderable ​at D10,left pin with '​+'​) ​as SDA and GPIO 20 (labeled on the pcb, next to the RAM chip) as SCL. There are only two pull-up resistors of 4,7k-10k needed, which have to be soldered between the apropriate ​GPIO line and Vcc (found at the spot labeled TP3V3, about 2 cm above the WiFi-shielding). The common ground can be obtained from the TP_GND spot (between P1 and the flash chip). Remember this bus runs at 3.3V level, when connecting I²C-devices. \\ +An I²C-bus can easily be added using the GPIO-lines of the AR913x-SoC. So far, the only usable ones which have been confirmed to work are GPIO 0 (the unpopulated R713 located in the bottom right corner of the SoC, using the pad facing R714), ​GPIO 5 (the QSS-LED, easily ​soldered ​at D10,left pin with '​+'​) and GPIO 20 (labeled on the pcb, next to the RAM chip, easily soldered from the bottom side). Using GPIO 0 and 20 may be the best choice, ​as they are not used, so there are no issues about removing the LED driver(bindings) or pcb components. If GPIO 5 has to be used, it should be used for SDA (it has less level changes than SCL). There are only two pull-up resistors of 4,7k-10k needed, which have to be soldered between the appropriate ​GPIO line and Vcc (found at the spot labeled TP3V3, about 2 cm above the WiFi-shielding). The common ground can be obtained from the TP_GND spot (between P1 and the flash chip). Remember this bus runs at 3.3V level, when connecting I²C-devices. \\ 
-To improve signal integrity (in this case namely a solid logic low level on GPIO5), you can replace R373 with a piece of wire and remove the LED D31. R373 seems to be the current limit resistor for the LED D31.+To improve signal integrity (in this case namely a solid logic low level on GPIO 5), you can replace R373 with a piece of wire and remove the LED D31. R373 seems to be the current limit resistor for the LED D31.
 {{ http://​wiki.openwrt.org/​_media/​toh/​tp-link/​i2c-gpio.png }} {{ http://​wiki.openwrt.org/​_media/​toh/​tp-link/​i2c-gpio.png }}
-Unfortunately the precompiled packages don't seem to work properly, so building from sources is most likely necessary. Therefore, make sure the apropriate part of your OpenWRT-config file looks like that: 
  
 +Make sure to install package kmod-i2c-gpio-custom.
 +To load the kernel module (with SCL=GPIO 0 and SDA=GPIO 20), do a:
 <​code>​ <​code>​
-+insmod ​i2c-gpio-custom ​bus0=0,20,0
-# I2C support +
-+
-CONFIG_PACKAGE_kmod-i2c-core=y +
-CONFIG_PACKAGE_kmod-i2c-algo-bit=y +
-# CONFIG_PACKAGE_kmod-i2c-algo-pca is not set +
-# CONFIG_PACKAGE_kmod-i2c-algo-pcf is not set +
-CONFIG_PACKAGE_kmod-i2c-gpio=y +
-CONFIG_PACKAGE_kmod-i2c-gpio-custom=y+
 </​code>​ </​code>​
- +If your I2C-bus runs successfullyyou can enable it on boot by creating a file in /​etc/​modules.d called "55-i2c-gpio-custom"​ with the options ​appropriate ​to your bus configuration. For example:
-Besides thatcheck in the kernel-config, that the support for I²C character device is selected. In the kernel config file the appropriate ​line should look like that:+
 <​code>​ <​code>​
-CONFIG_I2C_CHARDEV=m+i2c-gpio-custom bus0=0,20,0
 </​code>​ </​code>​
-To load the kernel moduledo a: + 
-<​code>​ +A more convenient way to add an I2C-bus to this router, without a modification of the internal hardware (and risking your warranty)is using the [[doc:howto:usb.i2c-tiny-usb|I²C Tiny-USB]] adapterThe downsides arethat it is not as cheap as the I²C-GPIO modand the longterm-stability is lower (temporary USB disconnects can occur randomly ​or due to EMI, but the I2C-subsystem is not designed for sudden disconnects)Remember this bus runs at 5V levelwhen connecting I²C-devices.
-insmod ​i2c-gpio-custom bus0=0,​5,​20 +
-</​code>​ +
-In many cases, GPIO 5 will already be occupied by the leds-gpio kernel module - causing the above command to failIn case you don't need the leds at allyou can just unload ​the leds-gpio kernel moduleremove ​the package ​or disable it in the OpenWRT-configurationAs an alternativeyou can just release the binding of the QSS-LED in sysfs - thus keeping the function of the other LEDs.+
  
 ==== Flash Mod ==== ==== Flash Mod ====
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-==== I²C Tiny-USB Mod ==== +===== Custom ​OpenWrt ​image with LuCi integrated ​=====
- +
-Though not really a modification of the internal hardware, the [[doc:​howto:​usb.i2c-tiny-usb|I²C Tiny-USB]] adapter allows you to extend your router with an I²C bus over USB. It is not as cheap as the I²C-GPIO mod, but will not risk your warranty. Remember this bus runs at 5V level, when connecting I²C-devices. +
- +
-===== Custom ​IPv6 image for wr1043nd ​=====+
  
-a custom image with ipv6 support: radvd, wide-dhcpv6,​ 3g stick support, made for RCS-RDS Fiberlink dual stack PPPoE service, +http://www.superwrt.eu/en/firmware/tp-link-wr1043nd/
-but should be okay for static wan settings on other ISPs: +
-http://www.ip6.ro/​firmware/​wr1043nd/​+
  
 +Note - official stable releases from openwrt.org also have Luci integrated.
 ===== Other models with the same hardware ===== ===== Other models with the same hardware =====
  
   * [[http://​www.canyon-tech.com/​archive/​connectivity/​wireless/​CNP-WF514N3A|Canyon CNP-WF514N3A]] description and internal photos [[http://​www.dd-wrt.com/​phpBB2/​viewtopic.php?​t=148618|here]]   * [[http://​www.canyon-tech.com/​archive/​connectivity/​wireless/​CNP-WF514N3A|Canyon CNP-WF514N3A]] description and internal photos [[http://​www.dd-wrt.com/​phpBB2/​viewtopic.php?​t=148618|here]]
   * [[http://​www.proware.com.cn/​product-detail.asp?​productId=1010195&​t=4#​info|Proware PW-RN611D/​MH5-WR1043ND]] probably another clone...   * [[http://​www.proware.com.cn/​product-detail.asp?​productId=1010195&​t=4#​info|Proware PW-RN611D/​MH5-WR1043ND]] probably another clone...
 +  * [[http://​wiki.openwrt.org/​toh/​tp-link/​tl-wdr7500|TP-Link TL-WDR7500]] TP-Link TL-WDR7500 / TP-Link Archer C7 AC1750 (similar hardware to v2.1)
  
 ===== Tags ===== ===== Tags =====
-{{tag>​GigabitEthernet 5Port 1NIC 1WNIC USB JTAG 802.11bgn ath9k 3Ant DetachableAntenna 32RAM 8Flash MIPS MIPS32 24Kc JumboFrames vlan AR9132 ar71xx atheros-ap83}}+{{tag>​GigabitEthernet 5Port 1NIC 1WNIC USB JTAG 802.11bgn ath9k 3Ant DetachableAntenna 32RAM 64RAM 8Flash MIPS MIPS32 24Kc 74Kc QCA9558 ​JumboFrames vlan AR9132 ar71xx atheros-ap83}}
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