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DS101.DS101Hardware History

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December 31, 2006, at 05:34 AM by Steven -- jtag pin 8
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	8 (unknown)
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	8 NC (not connected)
December 24, 2006, at 02:11 AM by Steven -- clean-up
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(This is not yet confirmed)(Steven@20061221:confirmed not working)

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(confirmed working, but with complications. see DS101Jtag for details)

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	2 TRSTn?
	3 TMS
	4 TDO
	5 TDI
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	2 nTRST
	3 TDI
	4 TMS
	5 TCK
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	7 TCK
	8 SRSTn?

=] (Steven@20061222: got device id, got detectflash, but then power was switched off, PCB v3.0) (Steven@20061222: see DS101Jtag for details)

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	1 VCC
	2 nTRST
	3 TDI
	4 TMS
	5 TCK
	6 GND
December 23, 2006, at 06:20 AM by Steven -- typo
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	7 TDI
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	7 TDO
December 23, 2006, at 06:12 AM by Steven -- add a new page link
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(Steven@20061222: see DS101Jtag for details)

December 23, 2006, at 03:53 AM by Steven -- jtag working
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=] (Steven@20061222: got device id, got detectflash, but then power was switched off, PCB v3.0)

 [=
	1 VCC
	2 nTRST
	3 TDI
	4 TMS
	5 TCK
	6 GND
	7 TDI
	8 (unknown)
December 22, 2006, at 12:41 AM by Steven -- Jtag not working
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(This is not yet confirmed)

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(This is not yet confirmed)(Steven@20061221:confirmed not working)

March 11, 2006, at 02:28 PM by repvik -- Added JTAG pinout
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The pads for connecting a JTAG adapter are present on the PCB and are marked JTAG & J1. If you have a DS-101 containing a M-Systems DiskOnChip? flash then you may have trouble reprogramming it with the freely available tools such as JTAG Tools.

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The pads for connecting a JTAG adapter are present on the PCB and are marked JTAG & J1. If you have a DS-101 containing a M-Systems DiskOnChip flash then you may have trouble reprogramming it with the freely available tools such as JTAG Tools.

JTAG Pinout

(This is not yet confirmed)

 
	1 VCC
	2 TRSTn
	3 TMS
	4 TDO
	5 TDI
	6 GND
	7 TCK
	8 SRSTn

February 22, 2006, at 10:05 AM by repvik --
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Note: These are shots of the DS101, not the DS101J.

Above images copyright Tom's Guides Publishing LLC. Used with permission.

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Pictures of the hardware

http://www.nslu2-linux.org/gallery/DS101-PCBs

February 18, 2006, at 07:03 AM by repvik --
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Note: These are shots of the DS101, not the DS101J.

February 18, 2006, at 06:43 AM by repvik --
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Synology DS-101

Above images copyright Tom's Guides Publishing LLC. Used with permission.

  • Intel IXP420 @ 266MHz
  • 64MB SDRAM @ 133MHz (2x 32MB chips)
  • 16MB Flash - Rev 2.2 has a Intel Strataflash, Rev 3.0 has a M-Systems DiskOnChip Millennium Plus. Other hardware revs are unknown.
  • 1x Internal PATA ATA133 Interface - Acard ATP865-A
  • 3x USB 2.0 ports - VIA VT6212 + 1x InternalUSBPort
  • 1x Network interface @ 10/100BaseT HD/FD - Intel IXP420 NPE
  • 1x 10/100BaseT PHY for above network interface - Micrel KS8721
  • Three buttons: Power, Reset and USB-Copy
  • GPIO connections
  • DS-101 System Information

It runs off a 12V 3.33A Power supply.

It looks like it might be possible to add a second network interface with a few parts and some soldering. Stay tuned! There is an internal USB-port that it's possible to use. Look at InternalUSBPort. There is already a serial port header on the board. Look at SerialConsole for more info and how to use it.

It appears that there is a space for a Mini PCI socket. It is unknown at this time whether it is possible to enable it.

The pads for connecting a JTAG adapter are present on the PCB and are marked JTAG & J1. If you have a DS-101 containing a M-Systems DiskOnChip? flash then you may have trouble reprogramming it with the freely available tools such as JTAG Tools.

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