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DS101.DS101JHardware History

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July 14, 2006, at 09:17 PM by mhellwig -- 32mb was correct :/
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July 14, 2006, at 08:40 PM by mhellwig -- 2x32=64
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May 27, 2006, at 09:16 AM by flipflip -- Added missin \'J\' to the title, added CPU Part Nr.
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Synology DS-101

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Synology DS-101J

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  • Intel IXP420 @ 266MHz
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  • Intel IXP420 @ 266MHz (Part No. fwixp420bb, see p.51/52)
February 22, 2006, at 10:06 AM by repvik --
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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 08:53 AM by repvik --
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  • 1x Internal PATA ATA133 Interface - Acard ATP865-A
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  • 1x Internal PATA ATA133 Interface - ITE 8211F
February 18, 2006, at 06:44 AM by repvik --
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Synology DS-101

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

  • Intel IXP420 @ 266MHz
  • 32MB SDRAM @ 133MHz (2x 32MB chips)
  • 2MB Flash - Intel Strataflash
  • 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 DS101J does not appear to have a JTAG port.

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