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Netgear WGR614 v10
Netgear WGR614 v10a












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NOTE: During configuration or flashing a device, the only that should be hooked to the device is the computer and power.


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Serial Num. = 26N19
FCC ID = PY309300117
CPU Type = Broadcom BCM5356A1KFBG CA0934 P11 933734 N1A (BCM5356A1 SoC)
MIPS Rev = ?
CPU Speed = 300MHz
Bus = ?
Flash Type = Serial
Flash Chip = ?
Flash Size = 4MB
Max Firmware Size = ?
RAM Size = 16MB
RAM Chip = ISSI IC42S16800E-6TL XA864100X 0931
nvram Size = ?
Switch = Broadcom BCM5356A1KFBG CA0934 P11 933734 N1A (BCM5356A1 SoC)
Port-based vlan = ?
802.1q vlan = ?
Ethernet Port Count = 1-10/100-WAN 4-10/100-LAN
Wired Standard = IEEE 802.3/3u
boot_wait = ?
bootloader = CFE
Flash Card Socket/Type = No
SD/MMC Mod Support = No
MiniPCI slots = No
PoE = No
Power = ?
Color of LEDs = ?
Size = 28 x 175 x 118 mm (1.1 x 6.9 x 4.7 in)
USB = No
Serial Port = 1
JTAG Port = Yes
Supported by TJTAG/Version = ?
Supported by dd-wrt as of = WIP
dd-wrt K2.4 Support = ?
dd-wrt K2.6 Support = 
Special Features = serial flash chip device! Same HW as WNR1000 v3.0


Wireless Radio = Broadcom BCM5356A1KFBG CA0934 P11 933734 N1A (BCM5356A1 SoC)
WLAN DSP processor = ?
Antenna Connector Type = ?
Wireless Standard = IEEE 802.11b/g
WiFi Operating Frequency = ?
 802.11g = 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48, 54Mbps
 802.11b = 1, 2, 5.5, 11Mbps
Radio cor_rev = ?
Radio Capabilities = ?

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JTAG/Serial InfoEdit


JTAG PinoutsEdit
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JTAG RecoveryEdit
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Serial PinoutsEdit
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Hyper terminal Setup in Windows XPEdit
In Windows XP, Click Start Button - All Programs - Accessories - 
   Communication - HyperTerminal
Enter a name for the connection, Click ok
Choose com port you adapter is plugged into, Click ok
 Bits per second = 115200
 Data Bits = 8
 Parity = none
 Stop bits = 1
 Flow control = none
Click ok
Click File - Save As, and select a place to save it to so you 
             don't have to enter the settings again.
Putty Setup in Windows XPEdit
After installing putty, run it
 Serial line = The COM port your using for serial (ie. COM3)
 Speed = 115200
Click on Serial under Connection
 Serial line to connect to = same as above (Serial line)
 Speed (baud) = 115200
 Data bits = 8
 Stop bits = 1
 Parity = None
 Flow control = None
Click Session
 Enter a name for your connection under saved sessions
Click Save
Click Open
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vlan InfoEdit

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Pics from

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FCC PicturesEdit

Netgear WGR614 v10 FCCEdit

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Netgear WNR1000 v3.0 FCCEdit

Netgear WNR1000 v3.0 FCC a Netgear WNR1000 v3.0 FCC b Netgear WNR1000 v3.0 FCC c

Netgear WNR1000 v3.0 FCC d Netgear WNR1000 v3.0 FCC e Netgear WNR1000 v3.0 FCC f

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The hardware is identical to to the WNR1000v3 (crossflash works). It also uses the WNR1000v3's CFE from stock.

I tried modifying a dd-wrt release known working with the RT-N10 (which also has the 5356 cpu), but it produced a brick. tjtag unfortunately doesn't work as of yet with the 5356, so only with some pretty messy workarounds was I able to get it back to running.

I get the sense based on some things I've read that the limited amount of NVRAM (24k) may be the major issue with running DD-WRT. I have yet to get a solid yes or no on this, however.

Hardware ModificationEdit

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