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ZyXEL AMG1202-T10A

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ZyXEL AMG1202 -10A

Manuf/OEM/ODM Proware

FCC approval date: 27 December 2011
Country of manuf.: China

Type: wireless router, dsl modem

Power: 9 VDC, 0.85 A
Connector type: barrel

CPU1: TrendChip TC3162U (450 MHz)
FLA1: 2 MiB
2,097,152 B
16,384 Kib
2,048 KiB
16 Mib
0.00195 GiB
(Brand? Model?)
RAM1: 16 MiB
16,777,216 B
131,072 Kib
16,384 KiB
128 Mib
0.0156 GiB
(Brand? Model?)

Expansion IFs: none specified

WI1 chip1: Ralink RT3390L
WI1 802dot11 protocols: bgn
WI1 MIMO config: 1x1:1
WI1 antenna connector: none

ETH chip1: TrendChip TC3162U
Switch: TrendChip TC2205F
LAN speed: 100M
LAN ports: 4

bgn

Additional chips
DSL (ADSL2+) AFE;TrendChip;TC3086;;1;

Flags: ADSL2+

Default IP address: 192.168.1.1
the IP 192.168.1.1 is used by 1163 additional devices
of which 70 are ZyXEL devices
Default login user: blank
Default login password: 1234
blank:1234 credentials used by 47 additional devices
of which 45 are ZyXEL devices

802dot11 OUI: none specified

 FCC ID
ZyXEL P-660HN-T1AI88P660HNT1A
I88P660HNT1
TE7TDW8951NDV3
For a list of all currently documented Ralink chipsets with specifications, see Ralink.
For a list of all currently documented TrendChip chipsets with specifications, see TrendChip.


Wireless N-lite ADSL2+ 4-port Ethernet Gateway

"11051028951--2.0", "Rev:1.0sp1" or something similar is silkscreened on the board.

The board layout is somewhat similar to the TP-LINK TD-W8951ND v4/v2.

This (plus the power adapter choice, board design, and choice of Audix as the FCC testing company)

would obviously seem to indicate the device was manufactured by TP-LINK (Proware).

This device almost certainly uses a Ralink RT3390 chip for the wireless interface..

The FCC test report also lists the following models as covered by this FCC ID...