Netgear R7000P

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[edit] Hardware Specifications

FCC ID PY316200351
Industry Canada ID 4054A-16200351
Power 12 VDC, 3.5 A
CPU/SoC Broadcom BCM4708C0 @ 1 GHz
CPU Architecture ARM Cortex A9 (2 cores)
Flash (ROM) / RAM 128 MiB / 256 MiB
USB ports 1x USB 3.0, 1x USB 2.0
Wireless1 chip Broadcom BCM4365E
Wireless2 chip Broadcom BCM4360
WL1/WL2 protocols an+ac / bgn
MIMO config 3x3:3
Antenna connectors U.FL, RP-SMA
Ethernet Broadcom BCM4708C0
Switch Broadcom BCM4708C0
LAN / WAN ports 4 / 1 (up to 1 Gb/s)
Serial 4-pin header, internal, 3.3V TTL

Supported in DD-WRT since Kong r32945M ( 7/31/17 )

[edit] Installation

Do not 30/30/30 reset ARM routers! Use the GUI Factory Defaults reset.

  • BS: netgear-r7000P directory, but some are missing the factory-to-dd file
  • Kong: http://www.desipro.de/ddwrt/K3-AC-Arm/
    • Initial flash: GUI reset then flash factory-to-dd-wrt.chk (BS) or dd-wrt.K3_R7000P.chk (Kong)
    • Upgrade: netgear-r8000-webflash.bin (BS) or dd-wrt.v24-K3_AC_ARM_R7000P.bin (Kong)
    • Reset after upgrade not usually required, but if you have issues, reset and manually set up first.

NOTE: The R7000P build target currently uses the r8000, so the webflash is named as such
See the forum & Peacock announcement for build recommendations, also: Where do I download firmware?

[edit] Disable LEDs

In the GUI, go to Admin->Commands and save the following as a Startup Script, then reboot:

#!/bin/sh
#
for i in 2 3 8 9 10; do gpio enable $i ; done
for i in 11 12 13; do gpio disable $i ; done
et robowr 0x0 0x18 0x1ff
et robowr 0x0 0x18 0x0
et robowr 0x0 0x1a 0x0

This can alternatively be ran manually (line by line or separated by ';') from telnet/ssh/Commands Reference: dcglabs' forum post

[edit] Forum

Do not use the Tathagata build.