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 | v1.7 | December 2012 (FW build 121204) | AA(12.09)| AA confirmed working, trunk (r36641) broken| | v1.7 | December 2012 (FW build 121204) | AA(12.09)| AA confirmed working, trunk (r36641) broken|
 | v1.7 | April 2014 (3.17.1 Build 140120 Rel.56593n) | Unsupported| trunk(r40351) not work| | v1.7 | April 2014 (3.17.1 Build 140120 Rel.56593n) | Unsupported| trunk(r40351) not work|
-| v1.6(?) | March 2013 (FW build 130318) | AA(12.09) | AA confirmed working, trunk not tested | +| v1.6(?) | March 2013 (FW build 130318) | BB(14.07) | AA confirmed working, BB too, trunk not tested | 
-| v1.6(?) | March 2013 (FW build 130321, original FW rel. 37153n) | Trunk(r41336) | AA confirmed working, Trunk too |+| v1.6(?) | March 2013 (FW build 130321, original FW rel. 37153n) | Trunk(r41336) | AA confirmed working, BB too, Trunk too 
 +| v1.6(?) | June 2013 (FW build 130625) | AA(12.09) | AA confirmed working, Trunk not tested ​|
  
 Unlike many newer TP-Link devices, there appears to be no hardware differences between the version for the Chinese market and the version for the international market. Unlike many newer TP-Link devices, there appears to be no hardware differences between the version for the Chinese market and the version for the international market.
  
-It was the first device that utilized the AR9331 chipset to be ported to OpenWrt. Newer TP-Link devices (such as the TL-WR741ND v4.x also use AR9331).+It was the first device that utilized the AR9331 chipset to be ported to OpenWrt. Newer TP-Link devices (such as the [[toh:​tp-link:​tl-wr741nd|TL-WR741ND]] v4.x also use AR9331).
  
 ===== Features ===== ===== Features =====
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 For more info visit this forum topic:​  ​ For more info visit this forum topic:​  ​
 https://​forum.openwrt.org/​viewtopic.php?​id=40986 https://​forum.openwrt.org/​viewtopic.php?​id=40986
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 +Firmware rev.140120 has admin1/​admin1 set for web login/​password
  
 ==== Power consumption === ==== Power consumption ===
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  ==== Flashing ====  ==== Flashing ====
  
-Upload the latest ​snapshot ​via the web interface (default: 192.168.1.1 / admin / admin).+Upload the latest ​stable version ​via the web interface (default: 192.168.1.1 / admin / admin).
  
-Download latest [[http://​downloads.openwrt.org/​attitude_adjustment/12.09/​ar71xx/​generic/​openwrt-ar71xx-generic-tl-wr703n-v1-squashfs-factory.bin|squashfs-factory.bin]] ​or [[http://​downloads.openwrt.org/​attitude_adjustment/​12.09/​ar71xx/​generic/​openwrt-ar71xx-generic-tl-wr703n-v1-squashfs-sysupgrade.bin|squashfs-sysupgrade.bin]] firmware ​for WR703N.+Download latest [[http://​downloads.openwrt.org/​barrier_breaker/14.07/​ar71xx/​generic/​openwrt-ar71xx-generic-tl-wr703n-v1-squashfs-factory.bin|squashfs-factory.bin]] ​for the initial flashUse a "sysupgrade" file for any future updates if already on openwrt.
  
 Note that the factory default web interface won't accept a file with a long name. Rename it to openwrt.bin and you won't get a "23002 Error"​. Note that the factory default web interface won't accept a file with a long name. Rename it to openwrt.bin and you won't get a "23002 Error"​.
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-For systems without a web interface, you can flash a sysupgrade file with mtd: 
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-  cd /tmp 
-  wget http://​downloads.openwrt.org/​snapshots/​trunk/​ar71xx/​openwrt-ar71xx-generic-tl-wr703n-v1-squashfs-sysupgrade.bin 
-  sysupgrade openwrt-ar71xx-generic-tl-wr703n-v1-squashfs-sysupgrade.bin 
-  reboot 
  
 To flash from the Chinese web interface, at the present time you would select the last menu item on the left, and then the third submenu item.  This initiates a popup with two buttons--the upper right one allows you to browse to find the file you want to flash on your PC, the lower left one initiates the flash. To flash from the Chinese web interface, at the present time you would select the last menu item on the left, and then the third submenu item.  This initiates a popup with two buttons--the upper right one allows you to browse to find the file you want to flash on your PC, the lower left one initiates the flash.
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 {{:​toh:​tp-link:​tl-wr703n_bottom.jpg?​400|}} {{:​toh:​tp-link:​tl-wr703n_bottom.jpg?​400|}}
  
-{{:​media:​toh:​tp-link:​tl-wr703n:​tp-link_wr703n_top-pcb-gpio.jpg?​400|TP-Link TL-WR703N with GPIO and Power}}+{{:​media:​toh:​tp-link:​tl-wr703n:​tp-link_wr703n_top-pcb-gpio_2.jpg?​400|TP-Link TL-WR703N with GPIO and Power}}
  
 On first image you can see the serial connector labeled TP_IN and TP_OUT on the bottom right. GND is right next to it on the right pin of C55. On first image you can see the serial connector labeled TP_IN and TP_OUT on the bottom right. GND is right next to it on the right pin of C55.
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 The most easy approach is to seek for a 4-chip DDR 256 MB module. These all have x16 chips too. Chips only on one side (not to be confused with double-sided 256 MB modules with 4 chips on each side) and only 4 of them - that's the best chance to get some. They represent a small percent among usual 8-chip modules but this is equalized with the amount and "cheap as dirt" price of such DDR 256 MB modules. The most easy approach is to seek for a 4-chip DDR 256 MB module. These all have x16 chips too. Chips only on one side (not to be confused with double-sided 256 MB modules with 4 chips on each side) and only 4 of them - that's the best chance to get some. They represent a small percent among usual 8-chip modules but this is equalized with the amount and "cheap as dirt" price of such DDR 256 MB modules.
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 +Chip can also be salvaged from dead HDD with 64Mb cache, for example 2Tb Western Digital WD2002FYPS
  
 Working chips: Working chips:
   * Hynix HY5DU121622DTP-D43 (From Mustang DDR SO-DIMM 512 MB)   * Hynix HY5DU121622DTP-D43 (From Mustang DDR SO-DIMM 512 MB)
   * Hynix HY5DU121622CTP-D43 (From Hynix  DDR SO-DIMM PC2700S-25330 512MB DDR 333MHz CL 2.5, chips are 400Mhz compatible due to "​D43"​ marking.) ​   * Hynix HY5DU121622CTP-D43 (From Hynix  DDR SO-DIMM PC2700S-25330 512MB DDR 333MHz CL 2.5, chips are 400Mhz compatible due to "​D43"​ marking.) ​
 +  * Hynix HY5DU121622AT-J (From DDR 256MB PC400 (BUD968RA))
   * Infineon HYB25D512160BE (From Infineon DDR SO-DIMM 512 MB)   * Infineon HYB25D512160BE (From Infineon DDR SO-DIMM 512 MB)
   * Elpida EDD5116ADTA-6B-E (From Elpida DDR SO-DIMM 512 MB)   * Elpida EDD5116ADTA-6B-E (From Elpida DDR SO-DIMM 512 MB)
   * Elpida EDD5116AFTA-5B-E (From Elpida DDR SO-DIMM 512 MB)   * Elpida EDD5116AFTA-5B-E (From Elpida DDR SO-DIMM 512 MB)
   * Alliance AS4C32M16D1-5TCN (From [[http://​www.digikey.com/​product-detail/​en/​AS4C32M16D1-5TCN/​1450-1006-ND/​4234565|DigiKey]],​ $2.76)   * Alliance AS4C32M16D1-5TCN (From [[http://​www.digikey.com/​product-detail/​en/​AS4C32M16D1-5TCN/​1450-1006-ND/​4234565|DigiKey]],​ $2.76)
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 **Additional list that may work:** **Additional list that may work:**
  
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 http://​www.superwrt.eu/​en/​firmware/​tp-link-wr703n/​ http://​www.superwrt.eu/​en/​firmware/​tp-link-wr703n/​
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 +Note: Luci is integrated in all released (i.e. not nightly snapshot) builds of OpenWrt, so no need to get SuperWRT just for integrated Luci. 
  
  
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