D-Link DIR-632

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Device Specifications (H/W ver.: A1; P/N RIR620EEU....A1E)

  • Power in: 100~240V 0.4A, Power Out 5V 2.5A
  • PCB ver.: A1
  • D-Link Firmware: 1.0.2 dated: 2010/11/26
  • CPU: AR7241 or AR7242 @ 400Mhz(MIPS32 24Kc), see note.
  • Wireless NIC: AR9287 <= from FCC ID search's photo
  • Ethernet Ports = 1x WAN RJ-45 10/100 Base T, 8x LAN RJ-45 10/100 Base T, switch chip: RTL8309G
  • ROM size: 8mb <= The D-Link official rom is 7.6mb . see note.
  • RAM: 32MB
  • USB ports = 1x USB2.0, can connect to a USB hub, for more usb devices sharing.
  • USB 3G: It support D-Link its own DWM-156 3G nic.
  • Antennas = 2x antennas

Note: CPU: CPU, RAM and ROM are covered by metal plate and photos form FCC ID search are not clear enough to identify the chips' model number. The above info is my guess based on my research from the web or some common technical sense. From Openwrt.com supported hardware, routers use Athero AR9287 wirelsss nic are based on Athero AR7241 CPU. I downloaded D-Link GPL source code for DIR-632, it states as AR7242. As from Openwrt.com, all the ar724x cpus use Target ar71xx for firmware source code compiling.

RAM: all the ar7241 cpu routers have 32mb of ram.

ROM: The official rom is around 7.6mb. The physical rom size can't be smaller that that. DIR-632 does have many help description written in asp and built into the ROM file, which make sense why it is 8mb rom.

  • Wireless standards supported: 802.11b (max. 11 Mbit/s), 802.11g (max. 54 Mbit/s), 802.11n (max. 300 Mbit/s, 2.4 GHz only)