AirStation AC1300 / N900 Gigabit Dual Band Wireless Router
"P/N: 141911620002J R0A" is silkscreened on the main board, per the FCC photos.
"P/N: 141883320000J REV:0A" is silkscreened on the BCM4331 wireless module.
The BCM4331 wireless module uses 3x Skyworks (SiGe) SE2594L
- (Dual Band 802.11a/b/g/n Wireless LAN Front End).
The BCM4360 wireless module uses 3x Skyworks (SiGe) SE5003L
- (5 GHz, 23dBm Power Amp w/ Power Detector).
- Per the lspci dump, the BCM4360 in this device has the PCI ID of 14e4:43a2
- Reviewed on C|Net
- Review on SmallNetBuilder, part 1
- Review on SmallNetBuilder, part 2 (10:6F:3F OUI)
- The Arcadyan model of the device may be WG9116AAC-J6.
- "P/N: 141911620002J R01" (w/ an RoHS logo to the right) appears to be
- silkscreened on the main board.
- "P/N: 141883320008J" is silkscreened on the BCM4360 wireless module.
- The silkscreened manuf. date code is 1215 (third week of April, 9th to 15th).
- Default SSIDs appear to be BUFFALO-XXXXXX_A and BUFFALO-XXXXXX_G
- (upper case letters, LAN MAC is probably the MAC used for both).
Not bundled with DD-WRT, but work has been completed to support the device,
- see this thread for the latest test build.
|NOTE: During configuration or flashing a device, the only things that should be hooked to the device is the computer and power.|
|WARNING: This is highly beta DD-WRT version. This image may brick your router. Make sure you have serial cable to debrick router!!|
nvram shows as 256 KB with DD-WRT installed
- .bin files are for initial flash, .trx files are for upgrading.
- trx files are for upgrading, bin files are for initial flash.
Reverting from DD-WRT to OEM firmware
1 o VCC 2 o GND 3 o RX 4 o TX
The USB port is where you can connect an external USB hard drive or flash drive. Which can do a multitude of things. You can use in as a NAS, storage for a FTP server, use Optware to run external programs like torrent software, samba for sharing files to your network, share a USB printer with your network... The list of possibilities is long, it just takes a little research.
jffs Issue in DD-WRT
This problem is caused by the firmware encountering an unmarked bad block during an
- erase operation while attempting to setup a JFFS2 filesystem on device /dev/mtd/4.
Most people will probably never experience this problem. The AC66U, the D1800H, and
- the Buffalo WLI-H4-D1300 Media Bridge use the same Samsung flash memory chip.
- One person on one of the AC66U threads reported having the problem; here's a link to his post.
If you have the problem, you will not be able to create or copy directories and files to /jffs.
- Here are some example error messages: (this list was shortened to save space - it can go on for several pages)
Also the Status -> Router webpage will show that JFFS2 has no free space.
To fix this problem try the following at a command line prompt:
This command erases and marks bad any bad blocks encountered so that they can be "skipped"
- and formats the partition to JFFS2 specifications.
I believe the firmware uses the mtd erase command which seems to fail at handling bad blocks.
- The flash_erase command needs to be run only once.