2Wire 3801HGV

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OpenWrt
Status Unknown
Tomato any flavor
Incompatible
Gargoyle
Status Unknown
Platform
Brand • Model • Rev
2Wire 3801HGV
FCC ID
Type
wireless router, dsl modem, analog phone gateway
Wireless class
G54
CPU1
2Wire Denali
Flash1 Chip
STMicroelectronics NAND512W3A2DN6
Flash1 Size
64 MiB67,108,864 B <br />524,288 Kib <br />65,536 KiB <br />512 Mib <br />0.0625 GiB <br />
RAM1 Size
64 MiB67,108,864 B <br />524,288 Kib <br />65,536 KiB <br />512 Mib <br />0.0625 GiB <br />
RAM1 Chip
ProMOS V59C1512164QCF3
ETH chip1
2Wire Denali
Switch
Infineon ADM6996M
Ethernet Port Count
1-100MbE-WAN,
4-100MbE-LAN
Ethernet interface OUI
Wireless interface OUI
Expansion IF types
none
Power
12 VDC, 3 A
Connector type
barrel
Flags
HomePNA 3.1 (coaxial), VDSL2
Other
Default IP address
192.168.1.254
Default SSID
2WIREXXX
Retail
FCC approval date 02 February 2010
Country of manuf China
Radio 1
Chip1
Atheros AR2413A
Wireless interface OUI
28:16:2E,3C:EA:4F,C0:83:0A
Antenna Connector Type
none specified
Wireless Standard
IEEE 802.11b/g
802.11g
up to 54 Mbps
802.11b
up to 11 Mbps
WiFi Operating Frequency
2.4 GHz

For a list of all currently documented 2Wire chipsets with specifications, see 2Wire.
For a list of all currently documented Atheros (QCA) chipsets with specifications, see Atheros.
For a list of all currently documented Infineon (Lantiq) chipsets with specifications, see Infineon.

Overview[edit]

This device is shown as using the 2Wire branded Denali processor (dual TriMedia core) in the FCC photos for the initial filing (02/02/2010). The C2PC made 02/22/2011 (post acquisition by Pace) shows the device with a Broadcom BCM6091 processor.

Outside and Inside the 2Wire 3801HGV - Hacking the 2Wire

Broadcom BCM6091 processor, 64MB NAND Flash, 64MB RAM
Atheros AR2413A wireless
Infineon ADM6996M Switch
CopperGate CG3211QIR-00 + CG3213QIR-00 HomePNA chipset
Zarlink (prev. Legerity) Le88506DVC VoIP chipset

Again, this device follows standard 2Wire convention with respect to the default SSID - it is 2WIRE followed by the last three digits of the serial number.

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