TP-Link TL-SG2210P v3

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The TP-Link TL-SG2210P v3 is an RTL8380M based switch with two SFP slots, and PoE 802.3af on all eight RJ-45 ports.

Generic Router

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Install OpenWrt (generic explanation)

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There is no known way to install OpenWRT from the OEM firmware. Use the TFTP method below.

generic.flashing.tftp

The footprints R27 (0201) and R28 (0402) are not populated. To enable serial console, 50 ohm resistors should be soldered -- any value from 0 ohm to 50 ohm will work. R27 can be replaced by a solder bridge.

The u-boot firmware drops to a TP-Link specific “BOOTUTIL” shell at 38400 baud. There is no known way to exit out of this shell, and no way to do anything useful.

Ideally, one would trick the bootloader into flashing the sysupgrade image first. However, if the image exceeds 6MiB in size, it will not work. The sysupgrade image can also be flashed. To install OpenWrt:

Prepare a tftp server with: 1. server address: 192.168.0.146 2. the image as: “uImage.img”

Power on device, and stop boot by pressing any key. Once the shell is active: 1. Ground out the CLK (pin 16) of the ROM (U7) 2. Select option “3. Start” 3. Bootloader notes that “The kernel has been damaged!” 4. Release CLK as sson as bootloader thinks image is corrupted. 5. Bootloader enters automatic recovery -- details printed on console 6. Watch as the bootloader flashes and boots OpenWrt.

Specific values needed for tftp

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Bootloader tftp server IPv4 address 192.168.0.146
Bootloader MAC address (special) FILL-IN
Firmware tftp image Latest OpenWrt release (NOTE: Name must contain “tftp”)
TFTP transfer window FILL-IN seconds
TFTP window start approximately FILL-IN seconds after power on
TFTP client required IP address FILL-IN

generic.sysupgrade

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  • Browse to http://192.168.1.1/cgi-bin/luci/mini/system/upgrade/ LuCI Upgrade URL
  • Upload image file for sysupgrade to LuCI
  • Wait for reboot

If you don't have a GUI (LuCI) available, you can alternatively upgrade via the command line. There are two command line methods for upgrading:

  • sysupgrade
  • mtd

Note: It is important that you put the firmware image into the ramdisk (/tmp) before you start flashing.

sysupgrade

  • Login as root via SSH on 192.168.1.1, then enter the following commands:
cd /tmp
wget http://downloads.openwrt.org/snapshots/trunk/XXX/xxx.abc
sysupgrade /tmp/xxx.abc

mtd

If sysupgrade does not support this router, use mtd.

  • Login as root via SSH on 192.168.1.1, then enter the following commands:
cd /tmp
wget http://downloads.openwrt.org/snapshots/trunk/XXX/xxx.abc
mtd write /tmp/xxx.abc linux && reboot

Basic configuration After flashing, proceed with this.
Set up your Internet connection, configure wireless, configure USB port, etc.

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The default network configuration is:

Interface Name Description Default configuration
br-lan EXAMPLE LAN & WiFi EXAMPLE 192.168.1.1/24
vlan0 (eth0.0) EXAMPLE LAN ports (1 to 4) EXAMPLE None
vlan1 (eth0.1) EXAMPLE WAN port EXAMPLE DHCP
wl0 EXAMPLE WiFi EXAMPLE Disabled

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Numbers 0-3 are Ports 1-4 as labeled on the unit, number 4 is the Internet (WAN) on the unit, 5 is the internal connection to the router itself. Don't be fooled: Port 1 on the unit is number 3 when configuring VLANs. vlan0 = eth0.0, vlan1 = eth0.1 and so on.

Port Switch port
Internet (WAN) EXAMPLE 4
LAN 1 EXAMPLE 3
LAN 2 EXAMPLE 2
LAN 3 EXAMPLE 1
LAN 4 EXAMPLE 0

hardware.button on howto use and configure the hardware button(s). Here, we merely name the buttons, so we can use them in the above Howto.

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The TP-Link TL-SG2210P has the following buttons:

BUTTON Event
EXAMPLE Reset reset
EXAMPLE Secure Easy Setup ses
EXAMPLE No buttons at all. -

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Front:
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Back:
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Backside label:
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Note: This will void your warranty!

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  • To remove the cover and open the device, do a/b/c

Main PCB:
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port.serial general information about the serial port, serial port cable, etc.

How to connect to the Serial Port of this specific device:
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Serial connection parameters
for TP-Link TL-SG2210P v3
38400, 8N1, 3.3V

port.jtag general information about the JTAG port, JTAG cable, etc.

No known JTAG port is present on this device.

None so far.

COPY HERE THE BOOTLOG WITH THE ORIGINAL FIRMWARE


COPY HERE THE BOOTLOG ONCE OPENWRT IS INSTALLED AND RUNNING


Space for additional notes, links to forum threads or other resources.

To enable the status LEDs automatically on boot, copy the following to /etc/init.d/realtek_leds and run

 /etc/init.d/realtek_leds enable 
#!/bin/sh /etc/rc.common

START=11

# Enable hardware LED controller on tplink SG2000 series switches
#         ___________________________________________________________
#        |                                                           |
#        | This is a temporary stand-in for an RTL LED controller    |
#        | driver. It will be obsolete once a kernel driver becomes  |
#        | available.                                                |
#        |___________________________________________________________|
#
# Crash course on LED controller:
# -------------------------------
#
# From a software perspective, the device has 11 groups with (3) LEDs each.
# We're trying to map the network ports to the LEDs:
#  ______
# |      |
# | 20-1 |
# |______|                    ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______
# |      |                   |      |      |      |      |      |      |      |      |
# | 20-0 |                   | 15-2 | 14-2 | 13-2 | 12-2 | 11-2 | 10-2 |  9-2 |  8-2 |
# |______|      ______ ______|______|______|______|______|______|______|______|______|
# |      |     | 26-1 | 24-1 | 15-1 | 14-1 | 13-1 | 12-1 | 11-1 | 10-1 |  9-1 |  8-1 |
# | N/A  |     | 26-0 | 24-0 | 15-0 | 14-0 | 13-0 | 12-0 | 11-0 | 10-0 |  9-0 |  8-0 |
# |______|     |______|______|______|______|______|______|______|______|______|______|
#
# The port numbering is flexible, but the ordering is fixed. The 'led_p_en_ctrl'
# register is a bitmask that controls which switch ports send status data.
# In this example, Enabling the desired ports results in the bitmask 0x0510ff00
# If there are more bits set than LED groups the extra (LSB) bits are discarded.
#
# LED[0] and LED[1] are bi-color LEDS
#     - LED[0] = amber, LED[1] = green
#     - Both on or both off turns off the LED
# 0xef: Turn LED1 on 1G, LED 0 on 100M.
#
# Switch port 20 is not used. The LEDs for port 20 are thus switched to manual
# mode by writing (1 << 20) bitmask in led0_sw_p_en_ctrl, and led0_sw_p_en_ctrl.
#
# LED[2] in each group is used for PoE or other functions, so they are all set
# to manual mode via the 'led2_sw_p_en_ctrl' register.
#
tplink_sg2xxx_init_leds()
{
        local leds="/sys/kernel/debug/rtl838x/led"

        if [ ! -d "$leds" ]; then
                echo "tplink_sg2xxx_init_leds: Could not find $leds in sysfs" > /dev/kmsg
                return
        fi

        echo 0x00a4014f > "$leds"/led_mode_ctrl
        echo 0x0510ff00 > "$leds"/led_p_en_ctrl
        echo 0x00100000 > "$leds"/led0_sw_p_en_ctrl
        echo 0x00100000 > "$leds"/led1_sw_p_en_ctrl
        echo 0x0fffffff > "$leds"/led2_sw_p_en_ctrl

        # Turn on system LED to confirm this script is running
        echo 0x005 > "$leds"/led_sw_p_ctrl.20
}

boot() {
        case $(board_name) in
        tplink,sg2008p-v1|\
        tplink,sg2210p-v3)
                tplink_sg2xxx_init_leds
                ;;
        esac
}

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