Linksys E1000 v2.0

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Wireless-N Router
Support
Wikipedia
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3rd Party Firmware
dd-wrt
OpenWrt
Status Unknown
Tomato any flavor
Gargoyle
Status Unknown
Platform
BrandModelRev
Linksys E1000 v2.0
Serial number prefix
CVN1
FCC ID
IC ID
Type
wireless router
Wireless class
N300
Series
E1000
CPU1
Broadcom BCM5357B0
CPU1 Speed
300 MHz
Flash1 Chip
Macronix MX25L3206E
Flash1 Size
4 MiB4,194,304 B <br />32,768 Kib <br />4,096 KiB <br />32 Mib <br />0.00391 GiB <br />
RAM1 Size
32 MiB33,554,432 B <br />262,144 Kib <br />32,768 KiB <br />256 Mib <br />0.0313 GiB <br />
RAM1 Chip
Winbond W9425G6JH-5
ETH chip1
Broadcom BCM5357B0
Switch
Broadcom BCM5357B0
Ethernet Port Count
1-100MbE-WAN
4-100MbE-LAN

802dot11 OUI: none specified
Ethernet OUI: 98:FC:11 (7 E, 8 W)

Expansion IF types
none specified
Power
12 VDC, 0.5 A
Connector type
barrel
Other
Default IP address
192.168.1.1
Default login user
Leave blank
Default login password
admin
Manuf/OEM/ODM
3rd Party Firmware Support
Retail
FCC approval date 18 May 2010
Country of manuf China
Radio 1
Chip1
Broadcom BCM5357B0
Wireless interface OUI
98:FC:11
Antenna Connector Type
none specified
MIMO status
2x2:2
Wireless Standard
IEEE 802.11b/g/n
802.11n
up to 300 Mbps
802.11g
up to 54 Mbps
802.11b
up to 11 Mbps
WiFi Operating Frequency
2.4 GHz
 CPU1 brandRadio1 chip1 brandRadio1 chip2 brand
Linksys E1000 v1BroadcomBroadcom
Linksys E1000 v2.0BroadcomBroadcom
Linksys E1000 v2.1BroadcomBroadcom

For a list of all currently documented Broadcom chipsets with specifications, see Broadcom.

Overview[edit]

E1000 v2 serial numbers appear to start with CVN1.

"3763-11200502R" is silkscreened on the board in the FCC photos. The hardware appears to be the same as the Cisco Valet M10 v2.

Listed on the 'Linksys routers' page on Wikipedia

The default SSID is probably CiscoXXXXX where XXXXX is the last 5 digits of the serial number. If the device has been configured with Cisco Connect the device will probably have a randomly generated SSID.

Supported by K26RT-N builds of Tomato by Shibby.

Links of Interest[edit]

Flashing[edit]

Flashing dd-wrt[edit]

Flashing Tomato[edit]

Upgrading[edit]

Reverting[edit]

JTAG-Serial Info[edit]

USB Info[edit]

vlan Info[edit]

Pictures[edit]

Notes[edit]

Hardware Modification[edit]

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