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toh:ubiquiti:nanostation [2013/07/12 11:59]
valentt
toh:ubiquiti:nanostation [2013/12/30 01:51] (current)
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-====== Ubiquiti NanoStation ======+====== Ubiquiti NanoStation 2 ======
-**NanoStation2, NanoStation5, NanoStation Loco2 and NanoStation Loco5**+**NanoStation2, NanoStation Loco2, LiteStation 2 and PicoStation 2**
The following devices are not NanoStations but these devices use the same image as well. They most probably **require snapshot builds**. The following devices are not NanoStations but these devices use the same image as well. They most probably **require snapshot builds**.
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  * [[http://www.ubnt.com/downloads/ns2_datasheet.pdf|NanoStation 2]]   * [[http://www.ubnt.com/downloads/ns2_datasheet.pdf|NanoStation 2]]
-  * [[http://www.ubnt.com/downloads/ns5_datasheet.pdf|NanoStation 5]] 
  * [[http://www.ubnt.com/downloads/loco2_datasheet.pdf|NanoStation Loco2]]   * [[http://www.ubnt.com/downloads/loco2_datasheet.pdf|NanoStation Loco2]]
-  * [[http://www.ubnt.com/downloads/loco5_datasheet.pdf|NanoStation Loco5]] 
  * [[http://www.ubnt.com/downloads/ls2_datasheet.pdf|LiteStation 2]]   * [[http://www.ubnt.com/downloads/ls2_datasheet.pdf|LiteStation 2]]
 +  * [[http://www.ubnt.com/downloads/ps2_datasheet.pdf|PicoStation 2]]
  * [[http://dl.ubnt.com/wiki/UBNT-AOS_prod-specs-gen_5.pdf|Ubiquiti AirOS-based general product specs]]   * [[http://dl.ubnt.com/wiki/UBNT-AOS_prod-specs-gen_5.pdf|Ubiquiti AirOS-based general product specs]]
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  * Flash size: 4 MB   * Flash size: 4 MB
  * RAM: 16 MB   * RAM: 16 MB
-  * Wireless+  * Wireless: Atheros 802.11b/g (in CPU, 400mW)
-    * NanoStation2: Atheros 802.11b/g (in CPU, 400mW+
-    * NanoStation5: Atheros 802.11a (in CPU)+
  * Ethernet: 1 port connected to the CPU   * Ethernet: 1 port connected to the CPU
-  * Power: passive POE (pairs 4,5+; 7,8 return) 12 to 18 VDC (POE injector included in the package)+  * Power: passive POE (pairs 4,5+; 7,8 return) 12 to 24 VDC (POE injector included in the package)
  * Serial: internal (HE-10 connector, 3.3V)   * Serial: internal (HE-10 connector, 3.3V)
  * [[oldwiki:openwrtdocs:customizing:hardware:jtag.cable|JTAG]]: yes, internal (solder pads, 3.3V)   * [[oldwiki:openwrtdocs:customizing:hardware:jtag.cable|JTAG]]: yes, internal (solder pads, 3.3V)
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http://ubnt.com/downloads/press_nano.jpg http://ubnt.com/downloads/press_nano.jpg
-The Nanostation comes with a 12V powersupply, the internal DC-Converter seems to be realized with a AP1510 PWM Control 3A Step-Down Converter. This can handle up to 23V. (untested)+  * The Nanostation comes with a 12V power supply, the internal DC-Converter seems to be realized with a AP1510 PWM Control 3A Step-Down Converter. This can handle up to 23V. (untested) 
 + 
 +also, hardware partically compatibility with [[toh:tp-link:TL-WA5210G|TP-Link TL-WA5210G]]  
==== Opening the case ==== ==== Opening the case ====
There are two screws under the label on the back. The newer M2 and M5 versions have just one screw under the label and two plastic pins that can be lifted out of their holes by pushing a plastic cable tie end next to them.  After removing these, the board can be removed. There are two screws under the label on the back. The newer M2 and M5 versions have just one screw under the label and two plastic pins that can be lifted out of their holes by pushing a plastic cable tie end next to them.  After removing these, the board can be removed.
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$ echo -e "\0377\0364\0377\0375\0006" > break $ echo -e "\0377\0364\0377\0375\0006" > break
$ nc -vvv 192.168.1.20 9000 < break ; telnet 192.168.1.20 9000 $ nc -vvv 192.168.1.20 9000 < break ; telnet 192.168.1.20 9000
 +</code>
 +
 +===== JTAG =====
 +
 +<code>
 +pin 1 - TRST  pin 2 - GND
 +pin 3 - TDI  pin 4 - GND
 +pin 5 - TDO  pin 6 - GND
 +pin 7 - TMS  pin 8 - 3V3
 +pin 9 - TCK  pin 10 - COLD_RST
 +</code>
 +
 +===== JTAG and Serial Headers =====
 +
 +<code>
 +Do note that the 10 pin headers used for both JTAG and Serial have a hart-to-hart pin distance, 'pitch', of 2 mm.
 +Not the common 1/10" / 2.54 mm.
</code> </code>
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==== Installing ==== ==== Installing ====
-The OpenWrt buildroot generates images that can be directly flashed to the NanoStation, usually with a name like openwrt-atheros-ubnt2-squashfs.bin (for the NS2 and Loco2) or atheros-ubnt5-squashfs.bin (for the NS5 or Loco5).+The OpenWrt buildroot generates images that can be directly flashed to the NanoStation, usually with a name like openwrt-atheros-ubnt2-squashfs.bin (for the NS2 and Loco2).
When flashing those images, the Ubiquiti web interface will show a warning about unsupported third-party firmware. When flashing those images, the Ubiquiti web interface will show a warning about unsupported third-party firmware.
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NanoStation2 and NanoStation Loco2: {{tag>FastEthernet 1NIC 1WNIC no_switch PoE JTAG Serial 802.11bg InternalAntenna 16RAM 4Flash Outdoor}} NanoStation2 and NanoStation Loco2: {{tag>FastEthernet 1NIC 1WNIC no_switch PoE JTAG Serial 802.11bg InternalAntenna 16RAM 4Flash Outdoor}}
-NanoStation5 and NanoStation Loco5: {{tag>FastEthernet 1NIC 1WNIC no_switch PoE JTAG Serial 802.11a InternalAntenna 16RAM 4Flash Outdoor}} 
LiteStation2: {{tag>FastEthernet 1NIC 1WNIC no_switch PoE JTAG Serial 802.11bg InternalAntenna 16RAM 4Flash}} LiteStation2: {{tag>FastEthernet 1NIC 1WNIC no_switch PoE JTAG Serial 802.11bg InternalAntenna 16RAM 4Flash}}
 +
 +
 +PicoStation2: {{tag>FastEthernet 1NIC 1WNIC no_switch PoE JTAG Serial 802.11bg InternalAntenna 32RAM 8Flash}}

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