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toh:zbt:wr8305rt [2018/07/08 14:14]
ameer1234567890 Corrected internet LED name
toh:zbt:wr8305rt [2018/07/08 16:22] (current)
tmomas restructured, moved hardware infos to separate sections, cleanup
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 ====== ZBT WR8305RT ====== ====== ZBT WR8305RT ======
-The [[http://​www.zbtlink.com/​products/​router/​ZBT-WE1626.html|ZBT WR8305RT]] is a 802.11bgn wireless router based on the [[https://​wikidevi.com/​wiki/​MediaTek_MT7620|MediaTek MT7620N]] SoC. It has five Ethernet ports, out of which one is the wan port. It has one radio (SoC-based 2.4 GHz 802.11bgn). It comes pre-installed with OpenWRT ​Chaos Calmer. ​From seeing the PCB, it is not evident if there are any test points or pin holes for UART (TX/RX). There are two GPIOs labeled GPIO1 (used for reset button) and GPIO2 (used for WPS button, which is not physically present). ZBT WR8305RT is powered using a 12V adapter and has 8 LEDs as below: +The ZBT WR8305RT is a 802.11bgn wireless router based on the [[https://​wikidevi.com/​wiki/​MediaTek_MT7620|MediaTek MT7620N]] SoC. It has five Ethernet ports, out of which one is the wan port. It has one radio (SoC-based 2.4 GHz 802.11bgn). It comes pre-installed with OpenWrt ​Chaos Calmer.
-  1. Power +
-  2. USB +
-  3. Wireless +
-  4. Internet +
-  5. LAN1 +
-  6. LAN2 +
-  7. LAN3 +
-  8. LAN4+
  
 The PCB has a label of ZBT-WE1626, which is probably the internal name of the router, whereas it is marketed as ZBT WR8305RT. The PCB has a label of ZBT-WE1626, which is probably the internal name of the router, whereas it is marketed as ZBT WR8305RT.
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 +==== Known Issues ====
 +While the router is running, Wifi suddenly stops working. SSID is being broadcasted,​ clients are disconnected and not able to re-connect. Restarting Wifi service does not fix the issue. Only a full router reboot fixes the issue. This seems to be an issue with the driver. This is reported at several places such as below:
 +  * [[https://​github.com/​wuqiong/​rt2860v2-for-openwrt-mt7620/​issues/​10]]
 +  * [[https://​forum.gl-inet.com/​t/​wifi-stop-working-until-reboot-6-7-times-a-day-due-to-error/​2566]]
 +  * [[https://​dev.archive.openwrt.org/​ticket/​12313]]
  
 ===== Hardware Highlights ===== ===== Hardware Highlights =====
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-===== Photos ===== 
-{{:​media:​zbt:​zbt_wr8305rt_front.jpg?​400|ZBT WR8305RT (Front View)}} 
-{{:​media:​zbt:​zbt_wr8305rt_back.jpg?​400|ZBT WR8305RT (Back View)}} 
-{{:​media:​zbt:​zbt_wr8305rt_bottom.jpg?​400|ZBT WR8305RT (Bottom View)}} 
-{{:​media:​zbt:​zbt_wr8305rt_board_top.jpg?​400|ZBT WR8305RT (PCB View)}} 
-{{:​media:​zbt:​zbt_wr8305rt_boad.jpg?​400|ZBT WR8305RT (PCB View)}} 
-{{:​media:​zbt:​zbt_wr8305rt_board_front.jpg?​400|ZBT WR8305RT (PCB View Front)}} 
-{{:​media:​zbt:​zbt_wr8305rt_board_back.jpg?​400|ZBT WR8305RT (PCB View Back)}} 
- 
-{{:​media:​zbt:​zbt_wr8305rt_gpio1.jpg?​400|ZBT WR8305RT (GPIO1 - Reset Button)}} 
-{{:​media:​zbt:​zbt_wr8305rt_gpio2.jpg?​400|ZBT WR8305RT (GPIO2 - WPS Button)}} 
- 
-===== Known Issues ===== 
-While the router is running, Wifi suddenly stops working. SSID is being broadcasted,​ clients are disconnected and not able to re-connect. Restarting Wifi service does not fix the issue. Only a full router reboot fixes the issue. This seems to be an issue with the driver. This is reported at several places such as below: 
-  * [[https://​github.com/​wuqiong/​rt2860v2-for-openwrt-mt7620/​issues/​10]] 
-  * [[https://​forum.gl-inet.com/​t/​wifi-stop-working-until-reboot-6-7-times-a-day-due-to-error/​2566]] 
-  * [[https://​dev.archive.openwrt.org/​ticket/​12313]] 
  
 ===== Installation ===== ===== Installation =====
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 FIXME Please add the installation procedure here. FIXME Please add the installation procedure here.
 +
 +===== Hardware =====
 +
 +ZBT WR8305RT is powered using a 12V adapter
 +
 +==== Serial ====
 +
 +From seeing the PCB, it is not evident if there are any test points or pin holes for UART (TX/RX)
 +
 +==== GPIO ====
 +There are two GPIOs labeled GPIO1 (used for reset button) and GPIO2 (used for WPS button, which is not physically present).
 +
 +==== LEDs ====
 +
 +ZBT WR8305RT has 8 LEDs as shown below:
 +
 +  1. Power
 +  2. USB
 +  3. Wireless
 +  4. Internet
 +  5. LAN1
 +  6. LAN2
 +  7. LAN3
 +  8. LAN4
 +
 +==== Photos ====
 +{{:​media:​zbt:​zbt_wr8305rt_front.jpg?​400|ZBT WR8305RT (Front View)}}
 +{{:​media:​zbt:​zbt_wr8305rt_back.jpg?​400|ZBT WR8305RT (Back View)}}
 +{{:​media:​zbt:​zbt_wr8305rt_bottom.jpg?​400|ZBT WR8305RT (Bottom View)}}
 +{{:​media:​zbt:​zbt_wr8305rt_board_top.jpg?​400|ZBT WR8305RT (PCB View)}}
 +{{:​media:​zbt:​zbt_wr8305rt_boad.jpg?​400|ZBT WR8305RT (PCB View)}}
 +{{:​media:​zbt:​zbt_wr8305rt_board_front.jpg?​400|ZBT WR8305RT (PCB View Front)}}
 +{{:​media:​zbt:​zbt_wr8305rt_board_back.jpg?​400|ZBT WR8305RT (PCB View Back)}}
 +
 +{{:​media:​zbt:​zbt_wr8305rt_gpio1.jpg?​400|ZBT WR8305RT (GPIO1 - Reset Button)}}
 +{{:​media:​zbt:​zbt_wr8305rt_gpio2.jpg?​400|ZBT WR8305RT (GPIO2 - WPS Button)}}
 +
  
 ===== Tags ===== ===== Tags =====
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toh/zbt/wr8305rt.txt · Last modified: 2018/07/08 16:22 by tmomas