Belkin F5D8231-4 v2

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Belkin F5D8231-4 v2000

Manuf (OEM/ODM): SerComm

FCC approval date: 17 October 2006
Country of manuf.: China

Type: wireless router

Power: 12 VDC, 1.2 A
Connector type: barrel

CPU1: Marvell 88F5181 (500 MHz)
FLA1: 4 MiB4,194,304 B <br />32,768 Kib <br />4,096 KiB <br />32 Mib <br />0.00391 GiB <br /> (Brand? Model?)
RAM1: 32 MiB33,554,432 B <br />262,144 Kib <br />32,768 KiB <br />256 Mib <br />0.0313 GiB <br /> (Brand? Model? × 2)

Expansion IFs: Mini PCI
Mini PCI slots: 1

WI1 module: SerComm YBW10A
WI1 module IF: Mini PCI
WI1 chip1: Marvell 88W8361P
WI1 chip2: Marvell 88W8060
WI1 802dot11 protocols: bgn
WI1 MIMO config: 2x3:2
WI1 antenna connector: U.FL

ETH chip1: Marvell 88F5181
Switch: Marvell 88E6061
LAN speed: 100M
LAN ports: 4
WAN speed: 100M
WAN ports: 1

bgn

Default IP address: 192.168.2.1
the IP 192.168.2.1 is used by 283 additional devices
of which 97 are Belkin devices

802dot11 OUI: none specified

 FCC ID
LevelOne WBR-6000 v1ULT540564070601
K7SF5D8231-4B
 CPU1 brandWI1 chip1 brandWI1 chip2 brand
Belkin F5D8231-4 v1Intel XScaleAtherosAtheros
Belkin F5D8231-4 v2MarvellMarvellMarvell
Belkin F5D8231-4 v3RalinkRalinkRalink
Belkin F5D8231-4 v4AtherosAtherosAtheros
Belkin F5D8231-4 v5RalinkRalinkRalink

For a list of all currently documented Marvell chipsets with specifications, see Marvell.


N1 Wireless Router

 • Support page

The FCC test report lists the processor as a 333MHz Marvell 88F5180n,

RAM as 32MB, Flash as 4MB, and switch as the Marvell 88E6061.

The wireless module has "970YBW0000-1.0MM" silkscreened on it in the FCC photos.
As shipped, the wireless module is a SerComm device, board ID YBW10A-1.0MM.

This mini PCI card has device ID [11ab:2a02]. Assumed 2x3 MIMO configuration.

Then native software also allows this device to be easily configured

as a simple Wireless Access Point and Ethernet Switch, without
the routing and firewall services.
- boot log, states CPU is a 88F5181 running at 500MHz.

There does not appear to be any port of OpenWRT and such to the F5D8231-4 v2,

but the mini PCI card might be re-purposed, to convert an old notebook computer
to wireless N, leaving the center receive-only antenna connector open.

Native Windows device drivers can be found at Sciencspaces.

While no native Linux driver ever made it all the way into the mainstream kernel,
the card will also work with the Linux ndiswrapper.