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Availability: OEM

FCC approval date: 30 November 2005

Type: NAS, access point


Power: 5 VDC, 2 A
Connector type: barrel

CPU1: AMRISC 20000
FLA1: 4 MiB
4,194,304 B
32,768 Kib
4,096 KiB
32 Mib
0.00391 GiB
(Macronix MX29LV320A)
RAM1: 32 MiB
33,554,432 B
262,144 Kib
32,768 KiB
256 Mib
0.0313 GiB
(ICSI IC42S16160)

Expansion IFs: USB 2.0, IDE (2.5")
USB ports: 2

WI1 chip1: Ralink RT2560
WI1 chip2: Ralink Model?
WI1 802dot11 protocols: bg
WI1 antenna connector: RP-SMA

ETH chip1: AMRISC 20000
ETH chip2: IC+ IP101A
LAN speed: 100M
LAN ports: 1


802dot11 OUI: none specified

For a list of all currently documented AMRISC (RDC) SoC's with specifications, see AMRISC.
For a list of all currently documented Ralink chipsets with specifications, see Ralink.

Portable Wireless AP Storage

Hacking MGB100

Above link states the item was sold as..

  • Level-One (WAP-0007)
  • Comet Labs (MGB100)
  • Conceptronic (CHD2WLANU)
  • Micronica (MGB100)
  • OvisLink (WMU-6000FS)
  • Safecom (SWSAPUR-5400)
  • Pearl (PE6643)

The device uses a IT8211F IDE controller.

Mentioned in this OpenWrt chat log (aka Pearl ConnecTec PE6643?)

FCC manual shows the device with an IP of, OUI of 00:50:18 (also on FCC EUT's board MAC label), and SSID of MGB100.