Changeset 23879


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Timestamp:
2010-11-04T19:55:16+01:00 (6 years ago)
Author:
nbd
Message:

ar71xx: Configure WNDR3700 switch LED colors properly (#8103)

For WNDR3700, use green for 1Gb/s and amber for 100Mb/s and 10Mb/s on
the four LAN port switch LEDs. The LEDs will be lit to indicate a link
and will blink to indicate activity. This matches the stock firmware
and the description printed on the label on the unit's underside.

Signed-off-by: Mark Mentovai <mark@…>

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  • trunk/target/linux/ar71xx/base-files/etc/defconfig/wndr3700/network

    r21905 r23879  
    3333        # switch port. 
    3434        # 
    35         # 0=LED off; 1=Collision/FDX; 2=Link/activity; 3-1000MB/s 
    36         # 4=100 MB/s; 5=10 MB/s; 6=1000 MB/s+activity; 7=100 MB/s+activity 
    37         # 8=10 MB/s+activity; 9=10/100 Mb/s+activity; 10: Fiber; 
     35        # 0=LED off; 1=Collision/FDX; 2=Link/activity; 3=1000 Mb/s; 
     36        # 4=100 Mb/s; 5=10 Mb/s; 6=1000 Mb/s+activity; 7=100 Mb/s+activity; 
     37        # 8=10 Mb/s+activity; 9=10/100 Mb/s+activity; 10: Fiber; 
    3838        # 11: Fault; 12: Link/activity(tx); 13: Link/activity(rx); 
    3939        # 14: Link (master); 15: separate register 
    40          
     40 
    4141        option device           rtl8366s 
    4242        option port             1 
    43         option led              9 
    44          
     43        option led              6 
     44 
    4545config switch_port 
    4646        # Port 2 controls the ORANGE configuration of LEDs for 
     
    5353        option device           rtl8366s 
    5454        option port             2 
    55         option led              6 
    56  
     55        option led              9 
    5756 
    5857config switch_port                                               
     
    6867        option device           rtl8366s 
    6968        option port             5 
    70         option led              6 
    71  
     69        option led              2 
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