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hugomon
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Thu Nov 28, 2019 6:51 pm

Hi, I have problems with my ONT Alcatel-Lucent O-010S-P, I can't even connect by SSH. I have tried 192.168.1.10, among others, but there is no ping.
Does anyone know this model, and if it is compatible?
hugomon

My model ONT G-010S-P responds to pings in Mikrotik. Please check my steps.

1. Assign sfp1 as WAN interface (it will remove sfp1 from the bridge)

2. G-010S-P and other models will not expose ethernet interface unless fiber cable is connected (link-ok, rate 1Gbps)
[admin@MikroTik] > interface ethernet monitor sfp1 
                      name: sfp1
                    status: link-ok
          auto-negotiation: done
                      rate: 1Gbps
               full-duplex: yes
           tx-flow-control: no
           rx-flow-control: no
               advertising: 
  link-partner-advertising: 
        sfp-module-present: yes
               sfp-rx-loss: no
                  sfp-type: SFP-or-SFP+
        sfp-connector-type: SC
       sfp-link-length-9um: 20000m
           sfp-vendor-name: ALCATELLUCENT

3. Add IP address to the sfp1 interface
[admin@MikroTik] > ip address add address=192.168.1.15/24 interface=sfp1

4. [admin@MikroTik] > ping 192.168.1.10
SEQ HOST SIZE TTL TIME STATUS
0 192.168.1.10 56 64 0ms
1 192.168.1.10 56 64 0ms
2 192.168.1.10 56 64 1ms
3 192.168.1.10 56 64 3ms

5. telnet or ssh
[admin@MikroTik] > system telnet 192.168.1.10
[admin@MikroTik] > system ssh user=ONTUSER address=192.168.1.10
Thank you for your reply JeanPierre!; I will try this week and report here with the result.
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Thu Nov 28, 2019 9:03 pm

Hi, is there someone out there selling Zisa's or Carlitos SFP?

I tried contacting Zisa but they wouldn't sell me one.
Hi there,

I have the ZISA one. It won't work with my provider so I don't need it. Interested?

Best Regards.
Which provide do you use?
I’m interested if it’s not Movistar in Madrid.
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Thu Nov 28, 2019 9:44 pm



Hi there,

I have the ZISA one. It won't work with my provider so I don't need it. Interested?

Best Regards.
Which provide do you use?
I’m interested if it’s not Movistar in Madrid.
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Hi,

My provider is outside of Spain. It is Telekom (T-Com) in Montenegro. A part of Deutsche Telekom. Do You know anything about the modules I asked in a few previous posts? Nobody is willing to reply about.

Best Regards.
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Thu Nov 28, 2019 10:01 pm

No, I only saw here that some people successfully running the Modul in Spain by modifying the PON LOID and Serial number to the values used from the provider. Since my provider is Movistar I ask about your provider.
I had contact to hilink they want technical details and after that no reply.
I also had contact to usourcetech about the Modul UGP-N1S
http://www.usourcetech.com/web/userfile ... _Rev01.pdf . But I not really sure if it will work.
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Thu Nov 28, 2019 10:46 pm

No, I only saw here that some people successfully running the Modul in Spain by modifying the PON LOID and Serial number to the values used from the provider. Since my provider is Movistar I ask about your provider.
I had contact to hilink they want technical details and after that no reply.
I also had contact to usourcetech about the Modul UGP-N1S
http://www.usourcetech.com/web/userfile ... _Rev01.pdf . But I not really sure if it will work.
Ok, I want to get rid of my zisa. In order to make it work here I would need to use its command line interface and I don't want to learn anymore how to do that. I need almost a plug n play option. What is Your offer?
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Fri Nov 29, 2019 2:09 am

Hola Friends
friend in Valencia asked for me help. he got good SFP stick. lot of options to modify serial\vendor\part number\ and more. sticks have open source openwrt
login web 192.168.1.57 or telnet to sfp

OEM company\\ dipperoptics\dpoptics stick numero D23446
Licensee company \\ hilinktech\ stick number HL23446

HILINK23446.jpg
Hello friend,

I am trying to replace my huawei router for a long time. I own ZISA OP151s but it doesnt work for me. Can You, please, let me know if the module You showed here works for You? Can You attach some web interface photos?

Best Regards.
Did you tinker with your Zisa? If so, what is changed?

Is your Zisa working?

Best I can do is 25€ + something reasonable for shipping.
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Fri Nov 29, 2019 9:52 am

Hi, I have problems with my ONT Alcatel-Lucent O-010S-P, I can't even connect by SSH. I have tried 192.168.1.10, among others, but there is no ping.
Does anyone know this model, and if it is compatible?
hugomon

My model ONT G-010S-P responds to pings in Mikrotik. Please check my steps.

1. Assign sfp1 as WAN interface (it will remove sfp1 from the bridge)

2. G-010S-P and other models will not expose ethernet interface unless fiber cable is connected (link-ok, rate 1Gbps)
[admin@MikroTik] > interface ethernet monitor sfp1 
                      name: sfp1
                    status: link-ok
          auto-negotiation: done
                      rate: 1Gbps
               full-duplex: yes
           tx-flow-control: no
           rx-flow-control: no
               advertising: 
  link-partner-advertising: 
        sfp-module-present: yes
               sfp-rx-loss: no
                  sfp-type: SFP-or-SFP+
        sfp-connector-type: SC
       sfp-link-length-9um: 20000m
           sfp-vendor-name: ALCATELLUCENT

3. Add IP address to the sfp1 interface
[admin@MikroTik] > ip address add address=192.168.1.15/24 interface=sfp1

4. [admin@MikroTik] > ping 192.168.1.10
SEQ HOST SIZE TTL TIME STATUS
0 192.168.1.10 56 64 0ms
1 192.168.1.10 56 64 0ms
2 192.168.1.10 56 64 1ms
3 192.168.1.10 56 64 3ms

5. telnet or ssh
[admin@MikroTik] > system telnet 192.168.1.10
[admin@MikroTik] > system ssh user=ONTUSER address=192.168.1.10
Thank you for your reply JeanPierre!; I will try this week and report here with the result.
Bad news, it doesn't work, I can obtain a link ok in the module only if I disable speed auto-negotiation, and still can't ping or ssh to the GPON.

Image

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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Fri Nov 29, 2019 10:41 am

Hola Friends
friend in Valencia asked for me help. he got good SFP stick. lot of options to modify serial\vendor\part number\ and more. sticks have open source openwrt
login web 192.168.1.57 or telnet to sfp

OEM company\\ dipperoptics\dpoptics stick numero D23446
Licensee company \\ hilinktech\ stick number HL23446

HILINK23446.jpg
Hello friend,

I am trying to replace my huawei router for a long time. I own ZISA OP151s but it doesnt work for me. Can You, please, let me know if the module You showed here works for You? Can You attach some web interface photos?

Best Regards.
Did you tinker with your Zisa? If so, what is changed?

Is your Zisa working?

Best I can do is 25€ + something reasonable for shipping.
Hello,

The ZIsa is working. Total work hours about 6. Nothing changed, not even the firmware. The factory firmware is in it. However, the best I can do is 40 + 17 shipping to Spain. If You want the same brand new module like ZISA, please find it here https://www.aliexpress.com/item/33014127133.html. For what I could investigate with my chinese friends, this module is absolutely the same as zisa and is was also produced and designed by the same factory T&W.

Best Regards.
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Fri Nov 29, 2019 11:59 am

So for me 60 Euro including shipping would be ok.
Can you send me a message in the forum?
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Fri Nov 29, 2019 12:12 pm

So for me 60 Euro including shipping would be ok.
Can you send me a message in the forum?
HI,

I don't see an option to send You the message via forum. Please use email address spaxton.ligiston@yahoo.com . From there we can exchange details.

Best Regards.
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Sat Nov 30, 2019 2:04 am



Bad news, it doesn't work, I can obtain a link ok in the module only if I disable speed auto-negotiation, and still can't ping or ssh to the GPON.
hugomon
Try ip-scan to see if anything responds...

[admin@MikroTik] > tool ip-scan interface=sfp1 address-range=192.168.1.0/24
Flags: D - dhcp 
  ADDRESS         MAC-ADDRESS        TIME DNS                                       SNMP                                       NETBIOS                                      
  192.168.1.10    00:06:B5:BE:11:EF   1ms                                                                                                                                   
  192.168.1.15                        0ms

Change the sfp1 interface to 192.168.0.15 and scan 192.168.0.0/24. Repeat for 192.168.2.0/24, 192.168.3.0/24, 192.168.4.0/24 networks. I've have seen document claiming 192.168.4.254, 192.168.3.10, 192.168.1.251 to be ONT's configuration IP
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Mon Dec 02, 2019 6:08 pm

note that many customers and operators use GPON
Normis, have you planned to launch any solution in the GPON? Branch, as we need OLT and ONUs from MikroTik urgent
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Tue Dec 03, 2019 11:23 am



Bad news, it doesn't work, I can obtain a link ok in the module only if I disable speed auto-negotiation, and still can't ping or ssh to the GPON.
hugomon
Try ip-scan to see if anything responds...

[admin@MikroTik] > tool ip-scan interface=sfp1 address-range=192.168.1.0/24
Flags: D - dhcp 
  ADDRESS         MAC-ADDRESS        TIME DNS                                       SNMP                                       NETBIOS                                      
  192.168.1.10    00:06:B5:BE:11:EF   1ms                                                                                                                                   
  192.168.1.15                        0ms

Change the sfp1 interface to 192.168.0.15 and scan 192.168.0.0/24. Repeat for 192.168.2.0/24, 192.168.3.0/24, 192.168.4.0/24 networks. I've have seen document claiming 192.168.4.254, 192.168.3.10, 192.168.1.251 to be ONT's configuration IP
You was rigth @JeanPierre, the correct IP was 192.168.2.2. After configure NAT masquerade for sfp1 I can login with user: ONTUSER and password: SUGAR2A041

Image

That's the good news, the bad news is I can't configure anything once logged in. Nothing is displayed about the busybox and commands like onu gtcpg don't work.
Also it runs extremely slow, even when writing, becoming apparently frozen.
In any case, it's a progress, thank you.
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Tue Dec 03, 2019 3:11 pm

It seems from his images this user does not have "administrator privileges".

run cd /
run uci show

use the help commands

can you upload?  to pastebin.com
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Thu Dec 05, 2019 10:01 am

Hi, I have a uboot repo here that appears to work with the Alcatel-Lucent/Nokia GPON SFP, also the Huawei MA5671A
https://github.com/minhng99/u-boot_lantiq_falcon

more about this being discussed here: https://forum.openwrt.org/t/support-ma5 ... n/48042/21

It's not fully working yet and don't appear to work correctly with the G-010S-P (kernel panic, root= not found) but if we managed to fix this then we might be able to have a netconsole uboot working and it will be much easier to test firmware
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Tue Dec 31, 2019 5:52 pm

I managed to burn the integrated with the "sfp_i2c" commands shown above


Antonio's commands make more sense to me. He's on 14.07_ltq. I am on 12.09_ltq

** remove 12.09 variables **
fw_setenv nPassword
fw_setenv nSerial


** use 14.07 (Antonio post #210) **
fw_setenv ont_serial HWTN12345678
convert password to hex in rapidtables https://www.rapidtables.com/convert/num ... o-hex.html ---->> 0123456789 hex=30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39
uci set gpon.ploam.nPassword='0x30 0x31 0x32 0x33 0x34 0x35 0x36 0x37 0x38 0x39'
uci commit
reboot


** verify after reboot **
root@SFP:/# onu gtcsng
root@SFP:/# onu gtcpg

I write these commands and write correctly, then I check and they have not been written
Hello friend,

Have You managed to change the values and how?

Best Regards.
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Fri Jan 03, 2020 1:03 pm

I have more ifo from of DFP-34G-2C2

The chipset is a ZTE ZX279125
flash memory winbond 25q128fsg
other chip is atheros but i cant see the model
in the back have a chip k24c06 1546cdx and 25l95 1707 22649

i created on openwrt forum a post about it to suppport it if is posibble

https://forum.openwrt.org/t/dfp-34g-2c2-sfp/51641
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Wed Jan 08, 2020 2:48 am

Salute comrades

to your collection of GPON images working with Mikrotik SFP routers.

DASAN H650SFP - same hardware as SPS3424THPTDFO, MA5671A, G-010S-P
image login - ssh 192.168.1.10 ONTUSER/password unknown unless decoded from
ONTUSER:$6$mYQnmn3MLtYla6rV$DIlnn6XmGATG4RGr8U1O7mw8UQ/sZqOp4kPkSY672KmTjS4gvPIz1l3aLtQrPIxoe2q10pX4d.zmuzHtlrYux1:16934:0:99999:7:::
H650SFP image0 rev. 14_07
http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?fi ... 9384744300
H650SFP image1 rev. 14_07
http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?fi ... 6685759864

G-010S-P
image login - ssh 192.168.1.10 ONTUSER/SUGAR2A041
G-010S-P image0 rev. 14_07
http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?fi ... 6227675874
G-010S-P image1 rev.14_07
http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?fi ... 1873659888

HL23446
image login - telnet 192.168.1.57 no password
HL23446 image0 rev.14_07
http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?fi ... 4338451129
HL23446 image1 rev.14_07
http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?fi ... 3576121597
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Sat Jan 25, 2020 6:00 pm

Hello,

I'm from Uruguay and our ISP use similar tecnology to Spain, in consecuence I guess I can use some GPON module.

What module are working now?

Is impossible to find Zisa module, but I read few post upper, CM5671A is equivalent... But is very expensive only for an experiment, because I can't found information online about it.
Carlitoxx's module is out of stock since an year now.

Thanks!
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Mon Jan 27, 2020 3:15 am

Hi, I have compiled a list of popular GPON modules. Let me know if I missed something or made a mistake.



=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Chipset: Intel/Lantiq PEB98036 =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
FGS202
Flash 8MB, RAM 1MB, System RTOS eCos
Pros- Quick start
Cons - Flash programming/soldering required for SN/Password change. It may overheat. No graphical web interface.


=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Chipset: Intel/Lantiq PEB98035 =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
MA5671A
Flash 16MB, RAM 64MB, System OpenWRT
Pros - Good compatibility with Huawei and third-party vendors. Highly configurable through commands.
Cons - Hardware adapter and soldering required for full shell. No graphical web interface. Change SN/Password via command line.
G-010S-P
Flash 16MB, RAM 64MB, System OpenWRT
Pros - Good compability with Alcatel/Nokia. Web interface. Highly configurable through commands
Cons - IPTV may not work with third-party vendors.
CarlitoxxPro CPGOS03-0490 / HL23446
Flash 16MB, RAM 64MB, System OpenWRT
Pros - Good web interface. Several vendor profiles. Highly configurable through commands. Supports LOID

The firmware is interchangeable between: Source Photonics SPS-34-24T-HP-TDFO, Huawei MA5671, Alcatel G-010S-P, Hilink HL23446, CarlitoxxPro CPGOS03-0490, Dasan H650SFP, DpOptics D23446
LAN interface can be switched from 1 Gbps to 2.5 Gbps(sgmii_mode variable is set to 5)


=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Chipset: Intel/Lantiq PEB98035 =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
G-010S-A
Flash 16MB, RAM 64MB, System OpenWRT
Pros - Good compability with Alcatel/Nokia. Web interface. Highly configurable through commands. Capable of 1Gbps or 2.5Gbps LAN mode.
Cons - IPTV may not work with third-party vendors, for some routers soldering pin#6 to ground is required(info on dslreports - CanadaBell)


=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Chipset: Intel/Lantiq PEB98035 =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
Zisa OP151S
Flash 8MB, RAM 64MB, System T&W Linux atop of OpenWRT 10_03 or 12_09
Pros - Good web interface. A lot of commands.
Cons - It may overheat. Security considerations - some firmware is pre-filled with TR-069 servers.

The firmware interchangeable beetween: T&W TW2362H-CDEL, Zisa OP151S, D-LINK DPN-100, Zyxel PMG3000-D20B, CM5671A, Eltex NTU-SFP-100, Calix 100-03903


=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Chipset: ZTE ZX279125 =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
ZTE DFP-34G-2C2
Flash 16MB, RAM 32MB, System ZTE Linux
Pros - Extensive graphical network interface (GUI). Supports HGU(Router mode) and LOID.
Cons - Security considerations. Limited number of commands.


=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Chipset: Realtek RTL8672 and/or RTL9601C =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
Sold under name PON STICK ONU, SN:GPONC6B13xxx, MAC: 6CEFC6xxxxxx
Flash 16MB, System Linux version 2.6.30.9 - Realtek RSDK-1.5.6p2 - luna SDK V1.9.0
Pros - Extensive graphical network interface (GUI), supports LOID, HGU(Router mode), SN, password, MAC change. Low ambient temperature.
Cons- Web interface, SN change, dual support for EPON/GPON will vary depending on how the final vendor configured the module

Compatible modules: Ubiquiti - U-Fiber Instant, C-Data FD511GX-RM0, EXOT - EGS1
Possibly V-SOL V2801F - Main Chipset RTL9601C
Last edited by JeanPierre on Wed Jun 10, 2020 11:06 pm, edited 15 times in total.
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Wed Jan 29, 2020 5:08 pm

Thanks JeanPierre!!! Nice compilation of information.

MA5671A is very affordable and I understand work well. Isn't problem for my solder the EEPROM and read it. I have got a R809F with the correct sockets.

Any advice?

Thanks!
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Thu Jan 30, 2020 8:43 pm

My advice?
Intel/Lantiq 98035 if you are not afraid of programming and, for some modules, soldering. They sometimes appear on Canadian(ebay.ca) or Italian(ebay.it) national ebay websites.
I forgot to add that Intel chip 98035 has LAN interface that can be switched from 1 Gbps to 2.5 Gbps. Important for users whose ISPs offer higher speeds than 1Gbps. This applies only to modules with OpenWRT(sgmii_mode variable is set to 5)
The best Intel/langiq module was sold by CarlitoxxPro and Hilink. Unfortunately, they don't have them in stock. Since HL23446 firmware is available I will try to load it on my g-010s-p sfp module and see how it works!

For the rest, probably DFP-34G-2C2. It has a rich web interface. The module is available under different names but the casing has a distinctive appearance. Just look at the photos from previous posts. It says "PON STICK V01" on the board. A large number of these modules are available on aliexpress in the "anddear" shop
A few users here have these modules but we have not enough reports on how they work. The modules may not work with ISP's who check software versions.
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Sun Feb 23, 2020 12:00 pm

device MA5671A
isp1 use SN+password authentication > working for MA5671A / use fw_setenv ont_serial and uci set gpon.ploam.nPassword
isp2 use LOID+CHECKCODE authentication > not working for MA5671A

how to change LOID+CHECKCODE for MA5671A ?
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Tue Feb 25, 2020 2:54 am

how to change LOID+CHECKCODE for MA5671A ?
LOID - 1-24 characters
CHECKCODE(LOID PASSWORD) - 1-12 characters

If the firmware supports LOID authentication LOID+CHECKCODE parameters can be updated by changing two variables: omci_loid and omci_lpwd
fw_setenv omci_loid xxxxxxxxxxxxx
fw_setenv omci_lpwd xxxxxxxxxxxx
If LOID is disabled in the firmware try alternative software from CarlitoxxPro CPGOS03-0490
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Wed Feb 26, 2020 6:31 am

fw_setenv omci_loid xxxxxxxxxxxxx not working
fw_setenv omci_lpwd xxxxxxxxxxxx not working

Need backup firmware CPGOS03-0490
mtd0-mtd5
T T
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Thu Feb 27, 2020 6:51 am

Need backup firmware CPGOS03-0490
HL23446 shared above should be the same as CPGOS03-0490
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Tue Mar 03, 2020 7:47 am

Salute comrades

to your collection of GPON images working with Mikrotik SFP routers.

DASAN H650SFP - same hardware as SPS3424THPTDFO, MA5671A, G-010S-P
image login - ssh 192.168.1.10 ONTUSER/password unknown unless decoded from
ONTUSER:$6$mYQnmn3MLtYla6rV$DIlnn6XmGATG4RGr8U1O7mw8UQ/sZqOp4kPkSY672KmTjS4gvPIz1l3aLtQrPIxoe2q10pX4d.zmuzHtlrYux1:16934:0:99999:7:::
H650SFP image0 rev. 14_07
http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?fi ... 9384744300
H650SFP image1 rev. 14_07
http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?fi ... 6685759864

G-010S-P
image login - ssh 192.168.1.10 ONTUSER/SUGAR2A041
G-010S-P image0 rev. 14_07
http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?fi ... 6227675874
G-010S-P image1 rev.14_07
http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?fi ... 1873659888

HL23446
image login - telnet 192.168.1.57 no password
HL23446 image0 rev.14_07
http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?fi ... 4338451129
HL23446 image1 rev.14_07
http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?fi ... 3576121597
Hi
Do you have hl23446 firmware to download, My module is brick by mistake without backup...
Thanks in advance
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Tue Mar 03, 2020 7:52 am

Hi everyone,
I'm a GPON SFP ONU user in China, which is the country of most SFP hardware producing country.
According to what I know, most SFP use TW2312 as master chip (like Zisa OP151s,TW2312H-CDEL), which is manufacted by T&W, Shenzhen, China.
I have Zisa OP151s, TW2312H-CDEL and I believe CM5671A they all have same hardware.
Unfortunately most of them are end of life and the developer group was dismissed.

The problem I have is my SFP don't support some OMCI command. This makes it available to some ISPs, but not others.
I'd like to try your firmwares to workout a solution.

By the way, a former engineer of T&W create a new SFP ONU which use Realtek master chip, support GPON, EPON, SN, snid, loid, MAC, with only $38.
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Tue Mar 03, 2020 8:27 am

I have more ifo from of DFP-34G-2C2

The chipset is a ZTE ZX279125
flash memory winbond 25q128fsg
other chip is atheros but i cant see the model
in the back have a chip k24c06 1546cdx and 25l95 1707 22649

i created on openwrt forum a post about it to suppport it if is posibble

https://forum.openwrt.org/t/dfp-34g-2c2-sfp/51641
As mentioned above,ZTE is another manufacturers in China. As far as I am concerned, The framwork of ZX279125 is not same as lantiq.
What are your specific problems?
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Tue Mar 03, 2020 4:07 pm

Do you have hl23446 firmware to download, My module is brick by mistake without backup...

It looks that modules SPS3424THPTDFO, MA5671A, G-010S-P, CPGOS03-0490, H650SFP, HL23446 share the same MTD partition mapping.

root@SFP:/# cat /proc/mtd
dev: size erasesize name
mtd0: 00040000 00010000 "uboot"
mtd1: 00080000 00010000 "uboot_env"
mtd2: 00740000 00010000 "linux"
mtd3: 0061eedc 00010000 "rootfs"
mtd4: 00370000 00010000 "rootfs_data"
mtd5: 00800000 00010000 "image1"

Combine MTD parts from different modules to create the firmware
root@ubuntu:/# cat mtd0.bin mtd1.bin mtd2.bin mtd5.bin > firmware.bin

root@ubuntu:/# ls -l
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 16777216 Nov 12 09:51 firmware.bin
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Tue Mar 03, 2020 4:10 pm

By the way, a former engineer of T&W create a new SFP ONU which use Realtek master chip, support GPON, EPON, SN, snid, loid, MAC, with only $38.

Can you share a photo or name of the new SFP ONU with Realtek chip?
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Wed Mar 04, 2020 7:38 am

By the way, a former engineer of T&W create a new SFP ONU which use Realtek master chip, support GPON, EPON, SN, snid, loid, MAC, with only $38.

Can you share a photo or name of the new SFP ONU with Realtek chip?
As your wish.

Left: G/Epon sfp with Realtek master chip
Right: TW2362H
I'll dismante it later because it is in use.
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Wed Mar 04, 2020 6:05 pm

Left: G/Epon sfp with Realtek master chip
Right: TW2362H
I'll dismante it later because it is in use.
Thanks.
I'm intrigued by what model of chip is used to make this SFP module. Is it possible that RTL9601C was used?
I found more pictures and setup screens
https://www.chiphell.com/thread-2184048-1-1.html

Can you recommend a place to buy this Realtek SFP.
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Thu Mar 05, 2020 4:07 am

Thanks.
I'm intrigued by what model of chip is used to make this SFP module. Is it possible that RTL9601C was used?
I found more pictures and setup screens
https://www.chiphell.com/thread-2184048-1-1.html

Can you recommend a place to buy this Realtek SFP.
Yes the thread of chiphell is correct.
# cat /proc/cpuinfo
system type             : RTL8672
processor               : 0
cpu model               : 56322
BogoMIPS                : 112.23
tlb_entries             : 64
mips16 implemented      : yes
# cat /proc/version
Linux version 2.6.30.9 (root@ubuntu12) (gcc version 4.4.6 (Realtek RSDK-1.5.6p2) ) #9 Thu Oct 24 20:18:35 CST 2019 [luna SDK V1.9.0]
# cat /proc/mtd
dev:    size   erasesize  name
mtd0: 00040000 00001000 "boot"
mtd1: 00002000 00001000 "env"
mtd2: 00002000 00001000 "env2"
mtd3: 0003c000 00001000 "config"
mtd4: 00300000 00001000 "k0"
mtd5: 004c0000 00001000 "r0"
mtd6: 00300000 00001000 "k1"
mtd7: 004c0000 00001000 "r1"
mtd8: 00001000 00001000 "Partition_008"
mtd9: 00001000 00001000 "Partition_009"
mtd10: 00001000 00001000 "Partition_010"
mtd11: 00001000 00001000 "Partition_011"
mtd12: 00300000 00001000 "linux"
mtd13: 004c0000 00001000 "rootfs"
# cat /proc/meminfo
MemTotal:          16944 kB
MemFree:            5352 kB
......
# dmesg
/bin/sh: dmesg: not found

Unfortunately it is only sold in mainland of China and the price goes up recently. Please refer here (interest irrelevant)
It is incompatible with CCR's SFP+. Only a few PCIe card tested and compatible, too.
So it is about $52+$32 postage with Universal Postal Union if you really want.
By the way, I really don't think it's worth it. A S/EPON modem with gigabytes port only $40 with shipping.
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Sat Mar 07, 2020 11:54 am

Bad news for DFP-34G-2C2
Image


route mode only
how change to bridge mode with vlan support ?


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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Mon Mar 09, 2020 2:12 pm

Bad news for DFP-34G-2C2
....(sorry for reduce)
route mode only
how change to bridge mode with vlan support ?
....(sorry for reduce)
ODI said bridge mode is not allowed by ZTE's warrant. Sorry.
[delete]But the function of bridge mode exists, maybe just need to complement some webpage files. ODI said they're trying.[/delete]
update 13 Mar:
A friend send me one of this sfp and I did some dig.
IT IS BRIDGED BY DEFAULT like a SFU, just don't create any connect in WAN Connection page.
It works with one of my ISP but not another, same like Lantiq.
It is not work with CCR1009's SFP+, only SFP works.
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Fri Mar 13, 2020 3:37 pm

Hello!

I finally receive my first Mikrotik and SFP, a RB960PGS and MA5671A.
I'm fully noob with Mikrotik but after a couple of hours I logged in to the SFP via SSH.
My SFP need the fibber connected, the default IP is 192.168.1.10, credentials are root / admin123
After this I tried set my serial number and password without luck. The commands fw_setenv didn't work... But I found the command "set" work, but I don't know the name of the variables (I tried with "print" and other words like this)
I don't find manual or similar, commands like help or man are disable too... But I found this log.

root@192.168.1.10's password:
Welcome Visiting Huawei Home Gateway
Copyright by Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
# display_log
2018-04-30 21:18:21 Software successfully upgraded. Source version: V8R017C00S201. Target version: V8R017C00S206

If necessary I can read the EEPROM with my R809F, but I prefer not solder.

Anyone have experience with this dongle?

Thanks!!
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Fri Mar 13, 2020 5:23 pm

Hello!

I finally receive my first Mikrotik and SFP, a RB960PGS and MA5671A.
I'm fully noob with Mikrotik but after a couple of hours I logged in to the SFP via SSH.
My SFP need the fibber connected, the default IP is 192.168.1.10, credentials are root / admin123
After this I tried set my serial number and password without luck. The commands fw_setenv didn't work... But I found the command "set" work, but I don't know the name of the variables (I tried with "print" and other words like this)
I don't find manual or similar, commands like help or man are disable too... But I found this log.

root@192.168.1.10's password:
Welcome Visiting Huawei Home Gateway
Copyright by Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
# display_log
2018-04-30 21:18:21 Software successfully upgraded. Source version: V8R017C00S201. Target version: V8R017C00S206

If necessary I can read the EEPROM with my R809F, but I prefer not solder.

Anyone have experience with this dongle?

Thanks!!
Yes. It's almost same as SmartAX MA5671. try
set sn snid 5CA858829BE1
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Fri Mar 13, 2020 5:42 pm

Hello!

I finally receive my first Mikrotik and SFP, a RB960PGS and MA5671A.
I'm fully noob with Mikrotik but after a couple of hours I logged in to the SFP via SSH.
My SFP need the fibber connected, the default IP is 192.168.1.10, credentials are root / admin123
After this I tried set my serial number and password without luck. The commands fw_setenv didn't work... But I found the command "set" work, but I don't know the name of the variables (I tried with "print" and other words like this)
I don't find manual or similar, commands like help or man are disable too... But I found this log.

root@192.168.1.10's password:
Welcome Visiting Huawei Home Gateway
Copyright by Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
# display_log
2018-04-30 21:18:21 Software successfully upgraded. Source version: V8R017C00S201. Target version: V8R017C00S206

If necessary I can read the EEPROM with my R809F, but I prefer not solder.

Anyone have experience with this dongle?

Thanks!!
Yes. It's almost same as SmartAX MA5671. try
set sn snid 5CA858829BE1
Thanks piku, I will try tomorrow.
Have you got a full manual of this sfp?

Thanks!!!
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Sat Mar 14, 2020 7:05 am

Thanks piku, I will try tomorrow.
Have you got a full manual of this sfp?

Thanks!!!
Sorry.
Huawei design it is to configurate from olt, not for separate work. So there is no official manual for commands.
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Tue Mar 17, 2020 9:46 pm

... But I found the command "set" work, but I don't know the name of the variables (I tried with "print" and other words like this)

I believe the "set" command only works with DyingGasp variable
# set nDyingGaspEnable enable
Result:Success
# set nDyingGaspEnable disable
Result:Success
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Tue Mar 24, 2020 5:13 pm

i try firmware
i have some problem about firmware for ma5671a

H650SFP image0 rev. 14_07
-working same ont
root@SFP:/# onu ploamsg
errorcode=0 curr_state=5


HL23446 notworking
-not found gpon signal

root@SFP:/# onu ploamsg
errorcode=0 curr_state=1

anyone have problem with me ?
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Tue Mar 24, 2020 7:11 pm

i try firmware
HL23446 notworking
-not found gpon signal
anyone have problem with me ?

@kapook007
Try this. It works for me
root@SFP:/# fw_setenv ont_serial HWTC1122334455
root@SFP:/# fw_setenv target oem-generic
root@SFP:/# uci set gpon.ploam.nPassword="0x31 0x30 0x30 0x30 0x30 0x30 0x30 0x30 0x30 0x39"
root@SFP:/# uci commit
root@SFP:/# reboot
It should keep the login 192.168.1.10 from MA5671A (telnet and http)

If you require more changes like model number, firmware version, MAC address, LOID have a look at Antonio's post
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=116364#p751330
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Wed Mar 25, 2020 2:50 pm

i try firmware
i have some problem about firmware for ma5671a

H650SFP image0 rev. 14_07
-working same ont
root@SFP:/# onu ploamsg
errorcode=0 curr_state=5


HL23446 notworking
-not found gpon signal

root@SFP:/# onu ploamsg
errorcode=0 curr_state=1

anyone have problem with me ?
O1 means not receive light. I doubt there is physical connection problem.
Dasan H650SFP is a product form Koera and SC/APC connecter is widely used in Korea, which is different from HL23446.
BTW, I'm not familiar with Korea. Just for your reference.
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Thu Mar 26, 2020 3:13 am

i try firmware
i have some problem about firmware for ma5671a

H650SFP image0 rev. 14_07
-working same ont
root@SFP:/# onu ploamsg
errorcode=0 curr_state=5


HL23446 notworking
-not found gpon signal

root@SFP:/# onu ploamsg
errorcode=0 curr_state=1

anyone have problem with me ?
O1 means not receive light. I doubt there is physical connection problem.
Dasan H650SFP is a product form Koera and SC/APC connecter is widely used in Korea, which is different from HL23446.
BTW, I'm not familiar with Korea. Just for your reference.
i already check physical connection
my device is ma5671a 1pc install 2 firmware
1.firmware H650SFP is working
2.firmware HL23446 not found gpon signal
i try in my home
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Thu Mar 26, 2020 2:38 pm

i already check physical connection
my device is ma5671a 1pc install 2 firmware
1.firmware H650SFP is working
2.firmware HL23446 not found gpon signal
i try in my home
my misunderstanding, sorry.
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Thu Mar 26, 2020 4:07 pm

Hi
HL23446 firmware not found gpon signal.
i test and got problem
HL23446 found gpon signal over -15dbm
But standart gpon signal is -20dbm to -28dbm HL23446 not found gpon signal

CarlitoxxPro CPGOS03-0490 can found gpon signal -20dbm to -28dbm ????
Anyone who can share CarlitoxxPro CPGOS03-0490 firmware.
mtd0 , mtd1 , mtd2
thanks
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Sat Apr 04, 2020 1:38 am

We are very happy :D by announce that we are currently on manufacturing process for the newest version of GPON ONU SFP CPGOS03-0490 V2.

New Architecture, more stability and a great interoperability between multiple OLT brands and Routers/Switches with SFP and SFP+ ports. Fully tested with TriplePlay Services (Data, VoIP, IPTV).

Its Time to replace that unreliable and limited HGU / ONT by a most advanced ONU SFP with a ultra low power compsumption and ready to work on the most faster FTTH networks.

More details very soon!! Please stay tuned. :wink:
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Sat Apr 04, 2020 2:04 am

Ya era hora!
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Mon Apr 20, 2020 6:46 pm

I have also a MA5671 flashed with HL23446 firmware.

I didn't tried with the original firmware but (like yours) PLOAM state is 1.

Did you solve your problem?

Regards
i try firmware
i have some problem about firmware for ma5671a

H650SFP image0 rev. 14_07
-working same ont
root@SFP:/# onu ploamsg
errorcode=0 curr_state=5


HL23446 notworking
-not found gpon signal

root@SFP:/# onu ploamsg
errorcode=0 curr_state=1

anyone have problem with me ?
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Mon Apr 27, 2020 7:35 pm

C'mon Carlitos, we are looking forward to receiving more information and availability of your product!!!! :D
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Tue Apr 28, 2020 2:02 am

... But I found the command "set" work, but I don't know the name of the variables (I tried with "print" and other words like this)

I believe the "set" command only works with DyingGasp variable
# set nDyingGaspEnable enable
Result:Success
# set nDyingGaspEnable disable
Result:Success
I confirm my SFP accept set nDyingGaspEnable enable/disable.
Obvisly the problem is the firmware, I can't configure anything or modify the variables without documentation. Next month I will receive a new programmer to dump the EEPROM. Maybe change the firmware could be a solution for me.
I can't connect directly to the SFP from the LAN, buy I'm not Mikrotik expert, is my first time... I don't understand how to bridge the networks 192.168.1.0/24 and 192.168.88.0/24.
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Wed Apr 29, 2020 6:05 pm

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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Mon May 18, 2020 6:09 pm

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after checking that image in carlitoxx facebook looks like Dfp-34g-2c2 sfp module (the cage have the same screws and look the same.) this is a new chipset (ZTE) but the question is about the firmware... its going to be openwrt or custom firmware?
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Tue May 19, 2020 1:42 pm

Hello guys, I have a Nokia g-010s-p (Alcatel-Lucent). I tried to update it from OpenWRT ltq 12 to 14 via web using a file (image 0) provided in this thread but it bricked.

Any guide on how to de-brick it? It looks like I should power it with 3.3V and reach the UART pins inside (probably while keeping the SC/APC connected since it wont power on otherwise)

Also, any cheap recommended GPON stick. Carlitoxxpro and Zisa sticks seem unavailable.

Thank you very much.
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Tue May 19, 2020 4:11 pm

Hello guys, I have a Nokia g-010s-p (Alcatel-Lucent). I tried to update it from OpenWRT ltq 12 to 14 via web using a file (image 0) provided in this thread but it bricked.

Any guide on how to de-brick it? It looks like I should power it with 3.3V and reach the UART pins inside (probably while keeping the SC/APC connected since it wont power on otherwise)

Also, any cheap recommended GPON stick. Carlitoxxpro and Zisa sticks seem unavailable.

Thank you very much.
Hello almeiras
It's easy if you have a TTL adapter connected to pins 2 and 7. Look at the instructions how to make or buy one written for MA5671A in the openwrt forum. Most of them should apply in this scenario..
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Wed May 20, 2020 11:34 pm

Thank you! And how would you upload and install the firmware? (Or even a custom one). I know I can connect via screen / cu but then what? I can’t find any tutorials...

EDIT: Sorry, I found this: https://openwrt.org/docs/techref/hardware/port.serial
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Sat May 23, 2020 8:08 pm

Hi guys, Ubiquiti have released a new SFP GPON ONU stick called "UFiber Instant (UF-Instant)".

According to its specifications, it has SGMII Ethernet LAN interface. Would this allow working with the SFP+ connection for RB4011? It would be great if someone confirms it. I am a happy owner of a RB4011iGS+5HacQ2HnD-IN, working in harmony with a UFiber Nano G, but I'm curious to know if this new UFiber Instant would work with my RB4011.

Also, if its has the same web interface as its brothers UFiber Nano G & Loco, it should work with Movistar and other ISPs that work nice with UFiber. Except of course, VLAN2 for IPTV on Movistar ....

EDIT: Sorry, I was wrong. Reading instructions for use, this UFiber Instant has no web interface and is configured from a Ubiquiti OLT. It will not work for any Spanish ISP. My fault for not read the instructions for use before...
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Tue May 26, 2020 5:11 pm

Hello again!

So I managed to open my bricked (Nokia) Alcatel-Lucent G-010S-P. I found four empty pads on the board, hopefully the UART pins that I am looking for. Now, I have two questions:
  • Does anybody know the correct pinout? At least, can anybody confirm if these are the UART pins I am looking for?
  • Which soldering iron should I get for this kind of miniature soldering?
This image shows the possible UART pins and the opening procedure:
IMG_0713.jpg
Thank you very much for your help!
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Tue May 26, 2020 9:18 pm

Hello again!

So I managed to open my bricked (Nokia) Alcatel-Lucent G-010S-P. I found four empty pads on the board, hopefully the UART pins that I am looking for. Now, I have two questions:
  • Does anybody know the correct pinout? At least, can anybody confirm if these are the UART pins I am looking for?
  • Which soldering iron should I get for this kind of miniature soldering?
Thank you very much for your help!


Hello almeiras

The UART contacts I am aware of are connected to pins 2 and 7. On the openwrt forum, bmx39 and minhng99 shared photos of their adapters.
https://forum.openwrt.org/t/support-ma5 ... n/48042/24

Restoration of the G-010S-P module is simple. After connecting the adapter, just send the mtd2 and mtd5 firmware from the u-boot level. Our u-boot is factory unlocked. We don't have to jump over obstacles like the owners of the MA5671A module. Remember not to destroy the mtd1 partition that contains the u-boot variables calibrated for this module.

Original firmware 12.09
https://github.com/minhng99/alcatel_luc ... master/mtd

Restoration instructions I copied from here
https://forum.openwrt.org/t/support-ma5 ... n/48042/17
#transfer image mtd2 by Kermit into memory
FALCON => loadb
## Ready for binary (kermit) download to 0x80800000 at 115200 bps...

#to write mtd2(image0)
sf probe 0
sf erase C0000 740000
sf write 80800000 C0000 740000

#transfer image mtd5 by Kermit into memory
FALCON => loadb
## Ready for binary (kermit) download to 0x80800000 at 115200 bps...

#to write mtd5(image1)
sf probe 0
sf erase 800000 740000
sf write 80800000 800000 740000
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Tue May 26, 2020 11:39 pm

Great, thank you so much JeanPierre!

I have already ordered a couple of SFP female connectors for the soldering. My Pi Zero and I are looking forward to some UART flashing!
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Fri May 29, 2020 6:31 pm

Hello

I have another sfp gpon module from Nokia. The model is G-010s-B


Intrrnal photos

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Running on 192.168.1.10 but i dont know Web user and password but ssh password is ONTUSER/SUGAR2A041. Nmap says runs on 15.05 openwrt



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i accesed it via ssh.

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ONTUSER@easy98035synce1588:/# cat /proc/cpuinfo
system type             : Falcon rev A22
machine                 : EASY98035SYNCE1588 - Lantiq Falcon SFP Stick with Sync       E/1588
processor               : 0
cpu model               : MIPS 34Kc V5.6
BogoMIPS                : 265.98
wait instruction        : yes
microsecond timers      : yes
tlb_entries             : 16
extra interrupt vector  : yes
hardware watchpoint     : yes, count: 4, address/irw mask: [0x0ffc, 0x0ffc, 0x0f       fb, 0x0ffb]
isa                     : mips1 mips2 mips32r1 mips32r2
ASEs implemented        : mips16 dsp mt
shadow register sets    : 1
kscratch registers      : 0
package                 : 0
core                    : 0
VCED exceptions         : not available
VCEI exceptions         : not available
dev:    size   erasesize  name
mtd0: 00040000 00010000 "uboot"
mtd1: 00080000 00010000 "uboot_env"
mtd2: 00c00000 00010000 "linux"
mtd3: 0013cedb 00010000 "kernel"
mtd4: 00ac3125 00010000 "rootfs"
mtd5: 00600000 00010000 "rootfs_data"
mtd6: 00c00000 00010000 "image1"
mtd7: 00200000 00010000 "configfs"
mtd8: 00300000 00010000 "logfs"
mtd9: 00200000 00010000 "extfs"
mtd10: 00010000 00010000 "ri"
mtd11: 00010000 00010000 "sfp"
mtd12: 00010000 00010000 "ribackup"
mtd13: 00010000 00010000 "reserve"
Uci Config
 uci: Entry not found
dhcp.odhcpd=odhcpd
dhcp.odhcpd.maindhcp='0'
dhcp.odhcpd.leasefile='/tmp/hosts/odhcpd'
dhcp.odhcpd.leasetrigger='/usr/sbin/odhcpd-update'
dropbear.@dropbear[0]=dropbear
dropbear.@dropbear[0].PasswordAuth='on'
dropbear.@dropbear[0].RootPasswordAuth='on'
dropbear.@dropbear[0].Port='22'
goi_config.global=goi
goi_config.global.CalibrationTimestamp='2018-04-13T10:08; script V7.6.4; OCAL V7.6.1; FW V7.6.1'
goi_config.ranges=goi
goi_config.temperature_tables=goi
goi_config.dcdc_apd=goi
goi_config.transmitter=goi
goi_config.transmit_power=goi
goi_config.transmit_power.P1_0='3387'
goi_config.transmit_power.P0_0='170'
goi_config.monitor=goi
goi_config.monitor.MPD_Calibration_PL0='3'
goi_config.monitor.MPD_Calibration_PL1='3'
goi_config.monitor.TiaGain_PL1='1'
goi_config.monitor.TiaGain_PL0='1'
goi_config.monitor.TiaGain_PL2='3'
goi_config.monitor.MPD_Calibration_PL2='2'
goi_config.monitor.Dcalref0_PL0='3050'
goi_config.monitor.Dcalref1_PL0='3146'
goi_config.monitor.Dcalref0_PL1='3047'
goi_config.monitor.Dcalref1_PL1='3118'
goi_config.monitor.Dcalref0_PL2='1260'
goi_config.monitor.Dcalref1_PL2='1254'
goi_config.monitor.Dref0_PL0='184'
goi_config.monitor.Dref1_PL0='1563'
goi_config.monitor.MPDxt_PL0='0.778036673083'
goi_config.monitor.Imodref_PL0='34.6762215795'
goi_config.monitor.Dref0_PL1='117'
goi_config.monitor.Dref1_PL1='938'
goi_config.monitor.MPDxt_PL1='0.933644007699'
goi_config.monitor.Imodref_PL1='19.6178810304'
goi_config.monitor.Dref0_PL2='258'
goi_config.monitor.Dref1_PL2='1669'
goi_config.monitor.MPDxt_PL2='4.0717252558'
goi_config.monitor.Imodref_PL2='9.80894051519'
goi_config.measurement=goi
goi_config.measurement.Tscal_ref='0.484715133905'
goi_config.measurement.RSSI_1490parabolic_ref='0'
goi_config.measurement.RSSI_1490dark_ref='0.0008544921875'
goi_config.measurement.RSSI_1490scal_ref='0.84979253112'
goi_config.omu=goi
goi_config.bosa=goi
goi_config.fcsi=goi
goi_config.fcsi.GVS='0xf653'
goi_defaults.global=goi
goi_defaults.global.CalibrationTimestamp='OCAL V7.5.0'
goi_defaults.global.TempMonitorInterval='1000'
goi_defaults.global.TempMonitorThreshold_MPDcorrection='3'
goi_defaults.global.LaserAgeStoreCycle='43200'
goi_defaults.global.Polarity_Rx='0'
goi_defaults.global.Polarity_Bias='1'
goi_defaults.global.Polarity_Mod='1'
goi_defaults.global.Temp_IntCorr_AlarmYellow_Set='390'
goi_defaults.global.Temp_IntCorr_AlarmYellow_Clear='370'
goi_defaults.global.Temp_IntCorr_AlarmRed_Set='420'
goi_defaults.global.Temp_IntCorr_AlarmRed_Clear='400'
goi_defaults.global.TransmitLevelCheckInterval='1000'
goi_defaults.global.OpticMode='undefined'
goi_defaults.ranges=goi
goi_defaults.ranges.TableTemp_ExtCorr_Min='223'
goi_defaults.ranges.TableTemp_ExtCorr_Max='423'
goi_defaults.ranges.TableTemp_ExtNom_Min='200'
goi_defaults.ranges.TableTemp_ExtNom_Max='450'
goi_defaults.ranges.TableTemp_IntCorr_Min='223'
goi_defaults.ranges.TableTemp_IntCorr_Max='473'
goi_defaults.ranges.TableTemp_IntNom_Min='200'
goi_defaults.ranges.TableTemp_IntNom_Max='450'
goi_defaults.ranges.Ibias_Max='60'
goi_defaults.ranges.Imod_Max='80'
goi_defaults.ranges.Iavg_Max='200'
goi_defaults.ranges.IbiasImod_Max='120'
goi_defaults.ranges.CInt_Bias_Max='7'
goi_defaults.ranges.CInt_Mod_Max='7'
goi_defaults.ranges.VAPD_Min='20'
goi_defaults.ranges.VAPD_Max='60'
goi_defaults.ranges.Power_Measure_Min='0.30'
goi_defaults.ranges.Overcurrent_Ibias_Thr='60'
goi_defaults.ranges.Overcurrent_Imod_Thr='80'
goi_defaults.ranges.Overcurrent_IbiasImod_Thr='100'
goi_defaults.temperature_tables=goi
goi_defaults.temperature_tables.Tci_Ith_low='50'
goi_defaults.temperature_tables.Tci_Ith_high='40'
goi_defaults.temperature_tables.Tci_SE_low='-200'
goi_defaults.temperature_tables.Tci_SE_high='-100'
goi_defaults.temperature_tables.Tcd_Ith_low='30'
goi_defaults.temperature_tables.Tcd_Ith_high='30'
goi_defaults.temperature_tables.Tcd_SE_low='30'
goi_defaults.temperature_tables.Tcd_SE_high='30'
goi_defaults.temperature_tables.VAPD_scal_ref_low='0.09'
goi_defaults.temperature_tables.VAPD_scal_ref_high='0.09'
goi_defaults.dcdc_apd=goi
goi_defaults.dcdc_apd.VAPD_enable='0'
goi_defaults.dcdc_apd.Rdiv_low='10000'
goi_defaults.dcdc_apd.Rdiv_high='294000'
goi_defaults.dcdc_apd.VAPD_offset='3.0'
goi_defaults.dcdc_apd.VAPD_ext_inductivity='12'
goi_defaults.dcdc_apd.VAPD_ext_supply='3.30'
goi_defaults.dcdc_apd.VAPD_efficiency='50'
goi_defaults.dcdc_apd.VAPD_current_limit='2.00'
goi_defaults.transmitter=goi
goi_defaults.transmitter.TxEnableDelay='8'
goi_defaults.transmit_power=goi
goi_defaults.transmit_power.P0_0='180'
goi_defaults.transmit_power.P1_0='3820'
goi_defaults.transmit_power.P0_1='90'
goi_defaults.transmit_power.P1_1='1910'
goi_defaults.transmit_power.P0_2='45'
goi_defaults.transmit_power.P1_2='955'
goi_defaults.monitor=goi
goi_defaults.monitor.TiaGain_PL0='2'
goi_defaults.monitor.TiaGain_PL1='3'
goi_defaults.monitor.TiaGain_PL2='3'
goi_defaults.monitor.MPD_Calibration_PL0='3'
goi_defaults.monitor.MPD_Calibration_PL1='2'
goi_defaults.monitor.MPD_Calibration_PL2='2'
goi_defaults.monitor.ImodScalCorr_PL0='1.0'
goi_defaults.monitor.ImodScalCorr_PL1='1.0'
goi_defaults.monitor.ImodScalCorr_PL2='1.0'
goi_defaults.monitor.Dcalref0_PL0='3930'
goi_defaults.monitor.Dcalref1_PL0='4000'
goi_defaults.monitor.Dcalref0_PL1='1160'
goi_defaults.monitor.Dcalref1_PL1='1230'
goi_defaults.monitor.Dcalref0_PL2='1160'
goi_defaults.monitor.Dcalref1_PL2='1230'
goi_defaults.monitor.Dref0_PL0='180'
goi_defaults.monitor.Dref1_PL0='1910'
goi_defaults.monitor.Dref0_PL1='280'
goi_defaults.monitor.Dref1_PL1='2540'
goi_defaults.monitor.Dref0_PL2='200'
goi_defaults.monitor.Dref1_PL2='1270'
goi_defaults.monitor.PowerSave='1'
goi_defaults.monitor.rogue_onu_interburst='0'
goi_defaults.monitor.RogueAlarm_Threshold_P0='20'
goi_defaults.monitor.RogueAlarm_Threshold_P1='120'
goi_defaults.monitor.MPDxt_PL0='-1'
goi_defaults.monitor.MPDxt_PL1='-1'
goi_defaults.monitor.MPDxt_PL2='-1'
goi_defaults.monitor.Imodref_PL0='36.0'
goi_defaults.monitor.Imodref_PL1='18.0'
goi_defaults.monitor.Imodref_PL2='9.0'
goi_defaults.measurement=goi
goi_defaults.measurement.Tscal_ref='0.550'
goi_defaults.measurement.pnR='1.0'
goi_defaults.measurement.pnIsource='1'
goi_defaults.measurement.Supply_voltage_Enable='1'
goi_defaults.measurement.RSSI_1550_Enable='0'
goi_defaults.measurement.RF_1550_Enable='0'
goi_defaults.measurement.DAC_1550_Enable='0'
goi_defaults.measurement.RSSI_1490mode='1'
goi_defaults.measurement.RSSI_1490shunt_res='4990'
goi_defaults.measurement.RSSI_1490dark_corr='1.20'
goi_defaults.measurement.RSSI_1550vref='1'
goi_defaults.measurement.RF_1550vref='1'
goi_defaults.measurement.RSSI_1490scal_ref='0.07'
goi_defaults.measurement.RSSI_1550scal_ref='0.10'
goi_defaults.measurement.RF_1550scal_ref='0.10'
goi_defaults.measurement.RSSI_1490parabolic_ref='0.08'
goi_defaults.measurement.RSSI_1490dark_ref='0.002'
goi_defaults.measurement.RSSI_autolevel='0'
goi_defaults.measurement.RSSI_1490threshold_low='40'
goi_defaults.measurement.RSSI_1490threshold_high='70'
goi_defaults.measurement.Tbosa_source='1'
goi_defaults.measurement.Vdd_scal='0.5'
goi_defaults.measurement.V0K_Tref='1200'
goi_defaults.omu=goi
goi_defaults.omu.SignalDetectAvailable='1'
goi_defaults.omu.SignalDetectPort='2'
goi_defaults.omu.LolThreshold_set='20'
goi_defaults.omu.LolThreshold_clear='20'
goi_defaults.omu.LaserSignalSingleEnded='1'
goi_defaults.bosa=goi
goi_defaults.bosa.LoopMode='2'
goi_defaults.bosa.LolThreshold_set='20'
goi_defaults.bosa.LolThreshold_clear='20'
goi_defaults.bosa.LosThreshold_set='0.0005'
goi_defaults.bosa.LosThreshold_clear='0.0010'
goi_defaults.bosa.RxOverloadThreshold='0.2000'
goi_defaults.bosa.CInt_Bias_init='2'
goi_defaults.bosa.CInt_Mod_init='2'
goi_defaults.bosa.PICtrl='0x00004049'
goi_defaults.bosa.UpdateThreshold_Bias='2'
goi_defaults.bosa.UpdateThreshold_Mod='2'
goi_defaults.bosa.LearningThreshold_Bias='99'
goi_defaults.bosa.LearningThreshold_Mod='99'
goi_defaults.bosa.StableThreshold_Bias='2'
goi_defaults.bosa.StableThreshold_Mod='2'
goi_defaults.bosa.ResetThreshold_Bias='70'
goi_defaults.bosa.ResetThreshold_Mod='70'
goi_defaults.fcsi=goi
goi_defaults.fcsi.GVS='0xF653'
gpon.ploam=gpon
gpon.ploam.nPassword='0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20'
gpon.ploam.nT01='11000'
gpon.ploam.nT02='100'
gpon.ploam.nRogueMsgIdUpstreamReset='255'
gpon.ploam.nRogueMsgRepeatUpstreamReset='3'
gpon.ploam.nRogueMsgIdDeviceReset='255'
gpon.ploam.nRogueMsgRepeatDeviceReset='3'
gpon.ploam.nRogueEnable='0'
gpon.gtc=gpon
gpon.gtc.bDlosEnable='0'
gpon.gtc.bDlosInversion='0'
gpon.gtc.nDlosWindowSize='0'
gpon.gtc.nDlosTriggerThreshold='0'
gpon.gtc.ePower='0'
gpon.gtc.nLaserGap='0'
gpon.gtc.nLaserOffset='0'
gpon.gtc.nLaserEnEndExt='0'
gpon.gtc.nLaserEnStartExt='0'
gpon.gtc.nDyingGaspHyst='0'
gpon.gtc.nDyingGaspMsg='0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00'
gpon.gtc.nDyingGaspEnable='0'
gpon.gpe=gpon
gpon.gpe.nPeNumber='6'
gpon.gpe.nDSCP_MappingRule='0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 '
ieee_1588.ptp_sync=ieee_1588
ieee_1588.ptp_sync.delay_mechanism='-E'
ieee_1588.ptp_sync.network_transport='-2'
ieee_1588.ptp_sync.timestamping='-H'
ieee_1588.ptp_sync.cfg_file='/etc/g_8275_1.conf'
ieee_1588.ptp_sync.interface='lct0'
ieee_1588.ptp_sync.log_level='6'
ieee_1588.tod2phc=ieee_1588
ieee_1588.tod2phc.xpectd_mc_name='Intel PON TOD'
ieee_1588.tod2phc.xpectd_sc_name='Intel F24S'
ieee_1588.tod2phc.master_clock='/dev/ptp0'
ieee_1588.tod2phc.slave_clock='/dev/ptp1'
ieee_1588.tod2phc.offset='0'
ieee_1588.tod2phc.time_thr='20'
ieee_1588.tod2phc.sync_offset='-14'
ieee_1588.tod2phc.log_level='6'
ieee_1588.tod2phc.threshold='0.00002'
ieee_1588.tod2ktimer=ieee_1588
ieee_1588.tod2ktimer.xpectd_phc_name='Intel PON TOD'
ieee_1588.tod2ktimer.auto_cfg='-a'
ieee_1588.tod2ktimer.synch_sys_clk='-r'
ieee_1588.tod2ktimer.phc_clk='/dev/ptp0'
ieee_1588.tod2ktimer.domain_num='24'
ieee_1588.tod2ktimer.offset='0'
ieee_1588.tod2ktimer.log_level='6'
network.loopback=interface
network.loopback.ifname='lo'
network.loopback.proto='static'
network.loopback.ipaddr='127.0.0.1'
network.loopback.netmask='255.0.0.0'
network.globals=globals
network.globals.ula_prefix='auto'
network.lct=interface
network.lct.ifname='lct0'
network.lct.netmask='255.255.255.0'
network.lct.proto='static'
network.lct.macaddr='ac:9a:96:00:00:00'
network.lct.gateway='192.168.2.1'
network.lct.ipaddr='192.168.1.10'
network.host=interface
network.host.ifname='host'
network.host.proto='static'
network.host.ipaddr='0.0.0.0'
network.host.netmask='0.0.0.0'
network.host.macaddr='ac:9a:96:00:02:00'
network.host6=interface
network.host6.ifname='@host'
network.host6.proto='static'
nmea.message=nmea
nmea.message.nmea_format='1'
nmea.message.time_offset='19'
omci.default=omci
omci.default.mib_file='/etc/mibs/data_2g_8q.ini'
omci.default.status_file='/tmp/omci_status'
omci.iphost=omci
omci.iphost.enabled='1'
omci.iphost.committed='32000 2048'
omci.iphost.peak='32000 2048'
omci.iphost.color_aware='0'
omci.iphost.mode='0'
rpcd.@login[0]=login
rpcd.@login[0].username='root'
rpcd.@login[0].password='$p$root'
rpcd.@login[0].read='*'
rpcd.@login[0].write='*'
sfp_eeprom.default=sfp_eeprom
sfp_eeprom.default.eeprom='0'
sfp_eeprom.default.vendor_name='Lantiq'
sfp_eeprom.default.vendor_partno='Part Number'
sfp_eeprom.default.vendor_rev='0000'
sfp_eeprom.default.vendor_oui='AC:9A:96'
sfp_eeprom.default.serial_no='no serial number'
sfp_eeprom.default.datecode='150414'
sfp_eeprom.default.addr_eeprom_0='0x80'
sfp_eeprom.default.addr_eeprom_1='0x51'
sfp_pins.@pin[0]=pin
sfp_pins.@pin[0].name='tx_fault'
sfp_pins.@pin[0].pin='2'
sfp_pins.@pin[0].restriction='ASC_TX'
sfp_pins.@pin[1]=pin
sfp_pins.@pin[1].name='tx_disable'
sfp_pins.@pin[1].pin='1'
sfp_pins.@pin[2]=pin
sfp_pins.@pin[2].name='los'
sfp_pins.@pin[2].pin='3'
sfp_pins.@pin[3]=pin
sfp_pins.@pin[3].name='mod_def'
sfp_pins.@pin[3].pin='41'
synce.ethernet=synce
synce.ethernet.nSyncE_Mode='1'
synce.ethernet.bSyncE_SGMII_Squelch='0'
synce_pins.@pin[0]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[0].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_LD'
synce_pins.@pin[0].pin='43'
synce_pins.@pin[1]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[1].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_CF'
synce_pins.@pin[1].pin='44'
synce_pins.@pin[2]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[2].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_LD'
synce_pins.@pin[2].pin='43'
synce_pins.@pin[3]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[3].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_CF'
synce_pins.@pin[3].pin='44'
synce_pins.@pin[4]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[4].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_LD'
synce_pins.@pin[4].pin='43'
synce_pins.@pin[5]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[5].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_CF'
synce_pins.@pin[5].pin='44'
synce_pins.@pin[6]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[6].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_LD'
synce_pins.@pin[6].pin='43'
synce_pins.@pin[7]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[7].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_CF'
synce_pins.@pin[7].pin='44'
synce_pins.@pin[8]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[8].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_LD'
synce_pins.@pin[8].pin='43'
synce_pins.@pin[9]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[9].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_CF'
synce_pins.@pin[9].pin='44'
synce_pins.@pin[10]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[10].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_LD'
synce_pins.@pin[10].pin='43'
synce_pins.@pin[11]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[11].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_CF'
synce_pins.@pin[11].pin='44'
synce_pins.@pin[12]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[12].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_LD'
synce_pins.@pin[12].pin='43'
synce_pins.@pin[13]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[13].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_CF'
synce_pins.@pin[13].pin='44'
synce_pins.@pin[14]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[14].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_LD'
synce_pins.@pin[14].pin='43'
synce_pins.@pin[15]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[15].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_CF'
synce_pins.@pin[15].pin='44'
synce_pins.@pin[16]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[16].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_LD'
synce_pins.@pin[16].pin='43'
synce_pins.@pin[17]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[17].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_CF'
synce_pins.@pin[17].pin='44'
synce_pins.@pin[18]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[18].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_LD'
synce_pins.@pin[18].pin='43'
synce_pins.@pin[19]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[19].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_CF'
synce_pins.@pin[19].pin='44'
synce_pins.@pin[20]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[20].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_LD'
synce_pins.@pin[20].pin='43'
synce_pins.@pin[21]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[21].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_CF'
synce_pins.@pin[21].pin='44'
synce_pins.@pin[22]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[22].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_LD'
synce_pins.@pin[22].pin='43'
synce_pins.@pin[23]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[23].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_CF'
synce_pins.@pin[23].pin='44'
synce_pins.@pin[24]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[24].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_LD'
synce_pins.@pin[24].pin='43'
synce_pins.@pin[25]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[25].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_CF'
synce_pins.@pin[25].pin='44'
synce_pins.@pin[26]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[26].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_LD'
synce_pins.@pin[26].pin='43'
synce_pins.@pin[27]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[27].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_CF'
synce_pins.@pin[27].pin='44'
synce_pins.@pin[28]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[28].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_LD'
synce_pins.@pin[28].pin='43'
synce_pins.@pin[29]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[29].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_CF'
synce_pins.@pin[29].pin='44'
synce_pins.@pin[30]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[30].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_LD'
synce_pins.@pin[30].pin='43'
synce_pins.@pin[31]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[31].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_CF'
synce_pins.@pin[31].pin='44'
synce_pins.@pin[32]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[32].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_LD'
synce_pins.@pin[32].pin='43'
synce_pins.@pin[33]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[33].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_CF'
synce_pins.@pin[33].pin='44'
synce_pins.@pin[34]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[34].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_LD'
synce_pins.@pin[34].pin='43'
synce_pins.@pin[35]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[35].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_CF'
synce_pins.@pin[35].pin='44'
synce_pins.@pin[36]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[36].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_LD'
synce_pins.@pin[36].pin='43'
synce_pins.@pin[37]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[37].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_CF'
synce_pins.@pin[37].pin='44'
synce_pins.@pin[38]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[38].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_LD'
synce_pins.@pin[38].pin='43'
synce_pins.@pin[39]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[39].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_CF'
synce_pins.@pin[39].pin='44'
synce_pins.@pin[40]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[40].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_LD'
synce_pins.@pin[40].pin='43'
synce_pins.@pin[41]=pin
synce_pins.@pin[41].name='nGPIO_ExtPLL_CF'
synce_pins.@pin[41].pin='44'
system.@system[0]=system
system.@system[0].timezone='UTC'
system.@system[0].hostname='easy98035synce1588'
system.ntp=timeserver
system.ntp.server='0.openwrt.pool.ntp.org' '1.openwrt.pool.ntp.org' '2.openwrt.pool.ntp.org' '3.openwrt.pool.ntp.org'
system.ntp.enabled='1'
system.ntp.enable_server='0' 
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Fri May 29, 2020 9:29 pm

dmesg log
ONTUSER@easy98035synce1588:/# dmesg
[    0.000000] Linux version 3.18.44 (buildmgr@AONT27) (gcc version 4.8.3 (OpenWrt/Linaro GCC 4.8-2014.04 15.05_ltq) ) #1 Mon Aug 21 17:16:12 CST 2017
[    0.000000] SoC: Falcon rev A22
[    0.000000] bootconsole [early0] enabled
[    0.000000] CPU0 revision is: 00019556 (MIPS 34Kc)
[    0.000000] MIPS: machine is EASY98035SYNCE1588 - Lantiq Falcon SFP Stick with SyncE/1588
[    0.000000] e=memsize=64
[    0.000000] e=initrd_start=0xA0000000
[    0.000000] e=initrd_size=0x0
[    0.000000] e=flash_start=0x00000000
[    0.000000] e=flash_size=0x0
[    0.000000] e=ethaddr=ac:9a:96:00:00:00
[    0.000000] MEMSIZE = 67108864
[    0.000000] Determined physical RAM map:
[    0.000000]  memory: 04000000 @ 00000000 (usable)
[    0.000000] User-defined physical RAM map:
[    0.000000]  memory: 03f00000 @ 00000000 (usable)
[    0.000000] Initrd not found or empty - disabling initrd
[    0.000000] Zone ranges:
[    0.000000]   Normal   [mem 0x00000000-0x03efffff]
[    0.000000] Movable zone start for each node
[    0.000000] Early memory node ranges
[    0.000000]   node   0: [mem 0x00000000-0x03efffff]
[    0.000000] Initmem setup node 0 [mem 0x00000000-0x03efffff]
[    0.000000] On node 0 totalpages: 16128
[    0.000000] free_area_init_node: node 0, pgdat 80361d50, node_mem_map 81009840
[    0.000000]   Normal zone: 126 pages used for memmap
[    0.000000]   Normal zone: 0 pages reserved
[    0.000000]   Normal zone: 16128 pages, LIFO batch:3
[    0.000000] Primary instruction cache 32kB, VIPT, 4-way, linesize 32 bytes.
[    0.000000] Primary data cache 32kB, 4-way, VIPT, cache aliases, linesize 32 bytes
[    0.000000] pcpu-alloc: s0 r0 d32768 u32768 alloc=1*32768
[    0.000000] pcpu-alloc: [0] 0
[    0.000000] Built 1 zonelists in Zone order, mobility grouping on.  Total pages: 16002
[    0.000000] Kernel command line: rootfstype=squashfs,jffs2 ip=192.168.1.10:192.168.1.100:192.168.2.1::::off ethaddr=ac:9a:96:00:00:00 machtype=EASY98035SYNCE1588 vpe1_load_addr=0x83f00000 vpe1_mem=1M mem=63M mtdparts=sflash:256k(uboot)ro,512k(uboot_env),12288k(linux),12288k(image1),2048k(configfs),3072k(logfs),2048k(extfs),64k(ri),64k(sfp),64k(ribackup),64k(reserve) quiet console= console=ttyLTQ0,115200 init=/etc/preinit
[    0.000000] PID hash table entries: 256 (order: -2, 1024 bytes)
[    0.000000] Dentry cache hash table entries: 8192 (order: 3, 32768 bytes)
[    0.000000] Inode-cache hash table entries: 4096 (order: 2, 16384 bytes)
[    0.000000] Writing ErrCtl register=00018252
[    0.000000] Readback ErrCtl register=00018252
[    0.000000] Memory: 59856K/64512K available (2858K kernel code, 145K rwdata, 564K rodata, 192K init, 199K bss, 4656K reserved)
[    0.000000] NR_IRQS:328
[    0.000000] Setting up vectored interrupts
[    0.000000] CPU Clock: 400MHz
[    0.032000] Calibrating delay loop... 265.98 BogoMIPS (lpj=531968)
[    0.036000] pid_max: default: 32768 minimum: 301
[    0.036000] Mount-cache hash table entries: 1024 (order: 0, 4096 bytes)
[    0.036000] Mountpoint-cache hash table entries: 1024 (order: 0, 4096 bytes)
[    0.040000] pinctrl core: initialized pinctrl subsystem
[    0.044000] NET: Registered protocol family 16
[    0.056000] pinctrl-falcon pinctrl: Init done
[    0.064000] FALC(tm) ON GPIO Driver, (C) 2012 Lantiq Deutschland Gmbh
[    0.068000] Switched to clocksource MIPS
[    0.072000] NET: Registered protocol family 2
[    0.072000] TCP established hash table entries: 1024 (order: 0, 4096 bytes)
[    0.072000] TCP bind hash table entries: 1024 (order: 0, 4096 bytes)
[    0.072000] TCP: Hash tables configured (established 1024 bind 1024)
[    0.072000] TCP: reno registered
[    0.072000] UDP hash table entries: 256 (order: 0, 4096 bytes)
[    0.072000] UDP-Lite hash table entries: 256 (order: 0, 4096 bytes)
[    0.072000] NET: Registered protocol family 1
[    0.072000] RPC: Registered named UNIX socket transport module.
[    0.072000] RPC: Registered udp transport module.
[    0.072000] RPC: Registered tcp transport module.
[    0.072000] RPC: Registered tcp NFSv4.1 backchannel transport module.
[    0.072000] EASY98000 LED driver, Version 1.0.1 (c) Copyright 2013, Lantiq Deutschland GmbH
[    0.072000] Wired TLB entries for Linux read_c0_wired() = 0
[    0.072000] config3 0x2425 MT 1
[    0.072000] MVPControl 0x2, STLB 0 VPC 1 EVP 0
[    0.072000] mvpconf0 0xb8008403, PVPE 1 PTC 3 M 1
[    0.076000] futex hash table entries: 256 (order: -1, 3072 bytes)
[    0.076000] squashfs: version 4.0 (2009/01/31) Phillip Lougher
[    0.076000] jffs2: version 2.2 (NAND) (SUMMARY) (LZMA) (RTIME) (CMODE_PRIORITY) (c) 2001-2006 Red Hat, Inc.
[    0.076000] msgmni has been set to 116
[    0.080000] io scheduler noop registered
[    0.080000] io scheduler deadline registered (default)
[    0.080000] 1e100c00.serial: ttyLTQ0 at MMIO 0x1e100c00 (irq = 104, base_baud = 0) is a lantiq,asc
[    0.080000] console [ttyLTQ0] enabled
[    0.080000] bootconsole [early0] disabled
[    0.116000] m25p80 spi0.0: found mx25l25635e, expected s25fl129p0
[    0.116000] m25p80 spi0.0: mx25l25635e (32768 Kbytes)
[    0.116000] 11 cmdlinepart partitions found on MTD device sflash
[    0.116000] Creating 11 MTD partitions on "sflash":
[    0.116000] 0x000000000000-0x000000040000 : "uboot"
[    0.116000] 0x000000040000-0x0000000c0000 : "uboot_env"
[    0.116000] 0x0000000c0000-0x000000cc0000 : "linux"
[    0.144000] 2 uimage-fw partitions found on MTD device linux
[    0.144000] 0x0000000c0000-0x0000001fcedb : "kernel"
[    0.144000] 0x0000001fcedb-0x000000cc0000 : "rootfs"
[    0.144000] mtd: device 4 (rootfs) set to be root filesystem
[    0.144000] 1 squashfs-split partitions found on MTD device rootfs
[    0.144000] 0x0000006c0000-0x000000cc0000 : "rootfs_data"
[    0.148000] 0x000000cc0000-0x0000018c0000 : "image1"
[    0.148000] 0x0000018c0000-0x000001ac0000 : "configfs"
[    0.148000] 0x000001ac0000-0x000001dc0000 : "logfs"
[    0.152000] 0x000001dc0000-0x000001fc0000 : "extfs"
[    0.152000] 0x000001fc0000-0x000001fd0000 : "ri"
[    0.152000] 0x000001fd0000-0x000001fe0000 : "sfp"
[    0.156000] 0x000001fe0000-0x000001ff0000 : "ribackup"
[    0.156000] 0x000001ff0000-0x000002000000 : "reserve"
[    0.156000] wdt 1f8803f0.watchdog: Init done
[    0.160000] TCP: cubic registered
[    0.160000] NET: Registered protocol family 17
[    0.160000] bridge: automatic filtering via arp/ip/ip6tables has been deprecated. Update your scripts to load br_netfilter if you need this.
[    0.160000] 8021q: 802.1Q VLAN Support v1.8
[   12.212000] VFS: Mounted root (squashfs filesystem) readonly on device 31:4.
[   12.216000] Freeing unused kernel memory: 192K (80380000 - 803b0000)
[   14.852000] init: Console is alive
[   16.032000] pps_core: LinuxPPS API ver. 1 registered
[   16.032000] pps_core: Software ver. 5.3.6 - Copyright 2005-2007 Rodolfo Giometti <giometti@linux.it>
[   16.032000] PTP clock support registered
[   16.944000] init: - preinit -
[   17.552000] jffs2: notice: (293) jffs2_build_xattr_subsystem: complete building xattr subsystem, 0 of xdatum (0 unchecked, 0 orphan) and 0 of xref (0 dead, 0 orphan) found.
[   17.608000] jffs2: notice: (295) jffs2_build_xattr_subsystem: complete building xattr subsystem, 0 of xdatum (0 unchecked, 0 orphan) and 0 of xref (0 dead, 0 orphan) found.
[   18.480000] random: mktemp urandom read with 72 bits of entropy available
[   21.728000] procd: - early -
[   22.440000] procd: - ubus -
[   23.448000] procd: - init -
[   24.856000] g_board_hw_version 87
[   24.856000] ri module install
[   24.860000] IFXOS, Version 1.6.9 (c) Copyright 2009, Lantiq Deutschland GmbH
[   24.948000] NET: Registered protocol family 10
[   24.956000] i2c /dev entries driver
[   24.964000] Custom GPIO-based I2C driver version 0.1.1
[   24.964000] i2c-gpio i2c-gpio.0: using pins 37 (SDA) and 38 (SCL)
[   24.968000] i2c_driver_major is 247
[   24.968000] This board has 1 i2c bus, 0 bus is expanded by PCA9554i2c driver install.
[   25.048000] kigmp: Unknown symbol gpe_short_fwd_mac_mc_port_delete (err 0)
[   25.048000] kigmp: Unknown symbol onu_mod_open (err 0)
[   25.048000] kigmp: Unknown symbol netdev_rem_igmp_snooping_rx_callback (err 0)
[   25.048000] kigmp: Unknown symbol gpe_short_fwd_ipv4_mc_filter_add (err 0)
[   25.048000] kigmp: Unknown symbol netdev_set_igmp_snooping_rx_callback (err 0)
[   25.048000] kigmp: Unknown symbol onu_mod_close (err 0)
[   25.048000] kigmp: Unknown symbol gpe_long_fwd_ipv6_mc_filter_add (err 0)
[   25.048000] kigmp: Unknown symbol gpe_ext_vlan_get (err 0)
[   25.048000] kigmp: Unknown symbol gpe_table_entry_get (err 0)
[   25.048000] kigmp: Unknown symbol gpe_ext_vlan_set (err 0)
[   25.048000] kigmp: Unknown symbol gpe_short_fwd_ipv4_mc_port_add (err 0)
[   25.048000] kigmp: Unknown symbol gpe_long_fwd_ipv6_mc_port_add (err 0)
[   25.048000] kigmp: Unknown symbol gpe_short_fwd_mac_mc_port_add (err 0)
[   25.048000] kigmp: Unknown symbol gpe_short_fwd_ipv4_mc_port_delete (err 0)
[   25.048000] kigmp: Unknown symbol gpe_long_fwd_ipv6_mc_port_delete (err 0)
[   25.052000] F24S Driver, Version 1.2.0
[   25.124000] Intel PON Chipset Optic Driver, version 7.6.2.0
[   25.132000] GPON SFP I2C Slave Driver, Version 2.4.0 (c) Copyright 2015, Lantiq Beteiligungs-GmbH & Co. KG
[   25.236000] [sfp_i2c] vpe code <sfp_i2c_vpe.bin> with size <3352 bytes> loaded!
[   25.236000] VPE loader: VPE1 running successfully
[   25.252000] kigmp: Unknown symbol gpe_short_fwd_mac_mc_port_delete (err 0)
[   25.252000] kigmp: Unknown symbol onu_mod_open (err 0)
[   25.252000] kigmp: Unknown symbol netdev_rem_igmp_snooping_rx_callback (err 0)
[   25.252000] kigmp: Unknown symbol gpe_short_fwd_ipv4_mc_filter_add (err 0)
[   25.252000] kigmp: Unknown symbol netdev_set_igmp_snooping_rx_callback (err 0)
[   25.252000] kigmp: Unknown symbol onu_mod_close (err 0)
[   25.252000] kigmp: Unknown symbol gpe_long_fwd_ipv6_mc_filter_add (err 0)
[   25.252000] kigmp: Unknown symbol gpe_ext_vlan_get (err 0)
[   25.252000] kigmp: Unknown symbol gpe_table_entry_get (err 0)
[   25.252000] kigmp: Unknown symbol gpe_ext_vlan_set (err 0)
[   25.252000] kigmp: Unknown symbol gpe_short_fwd_ipv4_mc_port_add (err 0)
[   25.252000] kigmp: Unknown symbol gpe_long_fwd_ipv6_mc_port_add (err 0)
[   25.252000] kigmp: Unknown symbol gpe_short_fwd_mac_mc_port_add (err 0)
[   25.252000] kigmp: Unknown symbol gpe_short_fwd_ipv4_mc_port_delete (err 0)
[   25.252000] kigmp: Unknown symbol gpe_long_fwd_ipv6_mc_port_delete (err 0)
[   25.636000] watchdog: add to proc fs ok
[   25.636000] Intel PON Chipset Base Driver, Version 7.6.2.0
[   25.660000] Intel PON Chipset Ethernet Driver, Version 7.6.2.0
[   25.664000] Registered Intel PON TOD PTP clock
[   25.700000] igmpdrv k_igmp_drv_init
[   25.700000] igmpmap IgmpMapFilterConfig IPTV Filter mode changed from 1 to 5
[   25.708000] igmpdb igmpdbthreadinit Enter DB create the thread.
[   25.724000] [onu] Now netdev have set Snooping Call Back.
[   25.724000] successfully insert igmp dev module
[   32.860000] random: nonblocking pool is initialized
[   41.888000] [onu] GPHY Firmware loaded into RAM (phy11g.bin)
[   42.416000] [onu] PE[255] firmware loaded v15.9.8.4
[   44.920000] [f24s]: Registered Intel F24S PTP clock
[   44.920000] libphy: Falcon MDIO: probed
[   44.936000] IPv6: ADDRCONF(NETDEV_UP): host: link is not ready
[   44.988000] [f24s]: lct0: Intel F24S Switch driver attached (irq=10).
[   44.996000] [onu_netdev]: onu_netdev_probe: connect to phy at falcon_mdio:1f
[   45.092000] IPv6: ADDRCONF(NETDEV_UP): lct0: link is not ready
[   45.996000] IPv6: ADDRCONF(NETDEV_CHANGE): lct0: link becomes ready
[   47.776000] IPv6: ADDRCONF(NETDEV_UP): lct0: link is not ready
[   48.068000] IPv6: ADDRCONF(NETDEV_UP): lct0: link is not ready
[   48.996000] IPv6: ADDRCONF(NETDEV_CHANGE): lct0: link becomes ready
[   64.016000] IPv6: ADDRCONF(NETDEV_UP): host: link is not ready
[   64.140000]
[   64.140000] Set board info type = 255
[   64.156000] Reset igmp snooping.
[   65.044000] igmpltq hal_kernel_cfg_mcast_vlan_action  There is no Gemport found for Mulitcast.
[   65.064000] igmpltq Cfg Vlan Action with itf:1 Error.
[   65.068000] igmpltq hal_kernel_cfg_mcast_vlan_action  There is no Gemport found for Mulitcast.
[   65.076000] igmpltq Cfg Vlan Action with itf:2 Error.
[   65.080000] igmpltq hal_kernel_cfg_mcast_vlan_action  There is no Gemport found for Mulitcast.
[   65.100000] igmpltq Cfg Vlan Action with itf:3 Error.
[   65.104000] igmpltq hal_kernel_cfg_mcast_vlan_action  There is no Gemport found for Mulitcast.
[   65.120000] igmpltq Cfg Vlan Action with itf:4 Error.
[   65.124000] igmpltq hal_kernel_cfg_mcast_vlan_action  There is no Gemport found for Mulitcast.
[   65.144000] igmpltq Cfg Vlan Action with itf:5 Error.
[   65.148000] igmpltq hal_kernel_cfg_mcast_vlan_action  There is no Gemport found for Mulitcast.
[   67.956000] get OperatorID=XXXX and start long time light status

fw_printenv
ONTUSER@easy98035synce1588:/# fw_printenv
a0_image=3FE46956AAAA_a0.bin
a2_iaddr=0x1FD0000
a2_image=3FE46956AAAA_a2.bin
act_img_addr=0xBF20003C
addip=setenv bootargs ${bootargs} ip=${ipaddr}:${serverip}:${gatewayip}:${netmask}:${hostname}:${netdev}:off
addmisc=setenv bootargs ${bootargs} ethaddr=${ethaddr} machtype=${machtype}  vpe1_load_addr=0x83f00000 vpe1_mem=1M mem=63M ${mtdparts} quiet
addmtdparts0=setenv mtdparts mtdparts=sflash:256k(uboot)ro,512k(uboot_env),12288k(linux),12288k(image1),2048k(configfs),3072k(logfs),2048k(extfs),64k(ri),64k(sfp),64k(ribackup),64k(reserve)
addmtdparts1=setenv mtdparts mtdparts=sflash:256k(uboot)ro,512k(uboot_env),12288k(image0),12288k(linux),2048k(configfs),3072k(logfs),2048k(extfs),64k(ri),64k(sfp),64k(ribackup),64k(reserve)
asc0=3
baudrate=115200
boot_image=run boot_image${c_img};
boot_image0=run kernel0_from_sf flashargs addip addmtdparts0 addmisc && bootm ${ram_addr}
boot_image1=run kernel1_from_sf flashargs addip addmtdparts1 addmisc && bootm ${ram_addr}
boot_image_err=setenv kernel_offs ${kernel0_offs};httpd && setenv image0_is_valid 1
bootargs=rootfstype=squashfs,jffs2 ip=192.168.1.10:192.168.1.100:192.168.2.1::::off ethaddr=ac:9a:96:00:00:00 machtype=EASY98035SYNCE1588 vpe1_load_addr=0x83f00000 vpe1_mem=1M mem=63M mtdparts=sflash:256k(uboot)ro,512k(uboot_env),12288k(linux),12288k(image1),2048k(configfs),3072k(logfs),2048k(extfs),64k(ri),64k(sfp),64k(ribackup),64k(reserve) quiet
bootcmd=run flash_flash
bootdelay=5
c_img=0
commit=0
config_iaddr=0x18C0000
env_offs=0x40000
env_offs_redund=0x80000
ethact=RGMII1
ethaddr=ac:9a:96:00:00:00
ethprime=RGMII1
flash_flash=run select_image boot_image
flashargs=setenv bootargs rootfstype=squashfs,jffs2
gatewayip=192.168.2.1
goi_calibrated=1
goi_config=begin-base64 644 goi_config@H4sIAB8BAAACA+1YS0/bQBDOtfkVW3HICbPvR60eUh4VKi2IpOGAkLVxnGA1@jiPbofTfd5YEMHagVWmjlnouHs/szrevbzzrqAh30nkRhzuTNA4KO5xGwdTm@URZk0TgYguaF+VXrWYJBJOc3T5DqExOp7nQmRQsTRSVtIdzagCzywmYItY4/@9T/39k8fbZeladF6ebKF9lI0SwsUXtrZJELFZYT63+YRikfRrIjHcZS99n2/@7Wxvj7qwQsHp/oGzbKF+lMzR+YcLHx0Wl+h80QWttw/K2U7idAvxzvOLNsPG@Vx6X3DfUU4r5uN1q5O+Q6Cn+P5/6v8h/SRVu+P+P8T9p+P8y+H9l56NgOPpN@7P8J/pd0SRz/hcKy4f9m+D96wH/H8xXbB92TveDd3i3TfTSATwI6HzhCS58z@TzPdEPlF8R8y9h/AcLxWQjzKf8gALUIVkJ5QLBjwnxHW1P8bEdxQ4L/nf5jO@xvHkJgEs1c3ynzIu73IBJ9LxXzX3/81Ie7njCDYfdSbTdGinnfYr90VIZ2jX@TuNhZp3ej5MIVgoK/g7FRG9jvk1Yn+A3WPsoD7N4XqCB8qTHfXS82z1avhAf@HZyt1E77AVbmyo28YiygzogAcJFFy1q02mAUjsIAytNqP4iWJ3FRRNkjnmCe@fnXO26mdkACjDmNalWzY2YjClRhJOouLtNT5IxRGpbUJTo5crKf85IG/H9v3@Nl7ZyTo7fsROf4ADfnrv3wvtFGo2vBogFrjmIysf4XJtPzdwzNXafs5HiF7b@DwZCqFyPd+MTvOS7HyTRFftqgETIhxO/LpYODDdKjZmUimFdanKYpCP3C3M5@Pe5JSCkULhZG1HHdLhBVxwW7YboOSxysYQwuNZDZpDHrYF1Q40mitCYY1rAO@6zZL6DqsWx8pTR0XHNzDiigqqCj3vEeFJsbTWBuOBRHEVI9yZHMgVwJ3+9Lx@ymFv3P8eNy2uuYKOjBlcWqnTXu8wINzguc3sMJ3G4ar9miYjm325jQYZXQvO@DSVarQtXRtbcKEMFHClaGXWaLCqWYZrbimkc5vE9wvtBD2Jej6WAM9HcUhpp@pJFGavIdZGLmDgAcAAA=@====@
gphy0_phyaddr=0
hwconfig=RGMII1:phyaddr=31
image0_addr=0xB00C0000
image0_is_valid=1
image1_addr=0xB0800000
image1_is_valid=1
image_name=g010sb
import_uboot_env=env import -t ${ram_addr} ${filesize}
ipaddr=192.168.1.10
kernel0_from_sf=sf probe 0;sf read ${ram_addr} ${kernel0_offs} ${max_kernel_size}
kernel0_offs=0xC0000
kernel1_from_sf=sf probe 0;sf read ${ram_addr} ${kernel1_offs} ${max_kernel_size}
kernel1_offs=0xCC0000
load_kernel=tftpboot ${ram_addr} ${tftppath}${image_name}-uImage
load_uboot=tftpboot ${ram_addr} ${tftppath}u-boot.img
load_uboot_env=tftp ${ram_addr} ${tftppath}u-boot.env
load_uboot_env_y=loady ${ram_addr}
log_iaddr=0x1AC0000
machtype=EASY98035SYNCE1588
magic_addr=0xBF200038
magic_val=0xDEADBEEF
max_kernel_size=180000
mtdparts=mtdparts=sflash:256k(uboot)ro,512k(uboot_env),12288k(linux),12288k(image1),2048k(configfs),3072k(logfs),2048k(extfs),64k(ri),64k(sfp),64k(ribackup),64k(reserve)
net_nfs=run load_kernel nfsargs addip addmtdparts0 addmisc;bootm ${ram_addr}
netconsole=set stderr nulldev;set stdin nc,serial;set stdout nc,serial
next_active=0
nfsargs=setenv bootargs root=/dev/nfs rw nfsroot=${serverip}:${rootpath},${nfsoptions}
nfsoptions=rsize=1024,wsize=1024
preboot=gpio clear 100
ram_addr=80F00000
reserve_iaddr=0x1FF0000
reset_uboot_env=env default -f -a; saveenv
ri_hiaddr=0x1FC0000
ri_image=3FE46956AAAA_ri.bin
ri_siaddr=0x1FE0000
save_uboot=sf probe 0;sf erase 0 40000;sf write ${ram_addr} 0 ${filesize}
select_image=if test -n $commit  ; then else setenv commit  _err;saveenv;fi;if test -n $image0_is_valid ; then else setenv image0_is_valid 1;saveenv;fi;if test -n $image1_is_valid ; then else setenv image1_is_valid 0;saveenv;fi;if itest *${magic_addr} == ${magic_val} ; then if itest *${act_img_addr} == 0 ; then setenv next_active 0;fi;if itest *${act_img_addr} == 1 ; then setenv next_active 1;fi;mw ${magic_addr} 0x0;mw ${act_img_addr} 0x0;fi;if test $next_active = -1 ; then setenv c_img $commit;else setenv c_img $next_active;if test $next_active != $commit ;then if test $next_active = 0 ;then setenv next_active 1;setenv image0_is_valid 0;setenv commit 1;else setenv next_active 0;setenv image1_is_valid 0;setenv commit 0;fi;saveenv;fi;fi;exit 0
serverip=192.168.1.100
start_netconsole=if test -n ${ncip}; then echo 'check for netconsole'; if ping ${ncip}; then run netconsole; echo 'netconsole enabled'; fi; fi
stderr=serial
stdin=serial
stdout=serial
update_A0=gpio clear 102;tftpboot ${ram_addr} ${tftppath}${a0_image};eeprom write 50 ${ram_addr} 0 ${filesize}
update_A2=tftpboot ${ram_addr} ${tftppath}${a2_image};sf probe 0;sf erase ${a2_iaddr} +${filesize};sf write ${ram_addr} ${a2_iaddr} ${filesize}
update_configfs=tftpboot ${ram_addr} ${tftppath}configfs.image;sf probe 0;sf erase ${config_iaddr} +${filesize};sf write ${ram_addr} ${config_iaddr} ${filesize}
update_image0=tftpboot ${ram_addr} ${tftppath}${image_name}-squashfs.image;sf probe 0;sf erase ${kernel0_offs} +${filesize};sf write ${ram_addr} ${kernel0_offs} ${filesize}
update_image1=tftpboot ${ram_addr} ${tftppath}${image_name}-squashfs.image;sf probe 0;sf erase ${kernel1_offs} +${filesize};sf write ${ram_addr} ${kernel1_offs} ${filesize}
update_logfs=tftpboot ${ram_addr} ${tftppath}logfs.image;sf probe 0;sf erase ${log_iaddr} +${filesize};sf write ${ram_addr} ${log_iaddr} ${filesize}
update_openwrt=run update_system
update_ri=tftpboot ${ram_addr} ${tftppath}${ri_image};sf probe 0;sf erase ${ri_hiaddr} +${filesize};sf write ${ram_addr} ${ri_hiaddr} ${filesize};sf erase ${ri_siaddr} +${filesize};sf write ${ram_addr} ${ri_siaddr} ${filesize}
update_system=run update_image0 && setenv commit 0 && setenv image0_is_valid 1 && saveenv
update_uboot=run load_uboot && run save_uboot
update_uboot_env=run load_uboot_env && run import_uboot_env && saveenv
update_uboot_env_y=run load_uboot_env_y && run import_uboot_env && saveenv
update_uboot_y=loady ${ram_addr} && run save_uboot
ver=U-Boot 2015.04-lantiq-gpon-1.3.7.1 (Aug 21 2017 - 17:12:42)
boot_fail=0
maybe can be compatible with
https://downloads.openwrt.org/releases/ ... pgrade.bin
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Fri May 29, 2020 10:12 pm

Finally i got to the web acess to G-010S-B module user adminadmin password ALC#FGU

this is the web page only i can change SLID and password. all other command works like the g-010s-p tomorrow im going to test it in my gpon line

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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Sat May 30, 2020 3:35 pm

Hi again

G-010s-b doesnt work on ftth in spain maybe the missing synce? I going to try to disable it in the firmware and check it again.

Any suggestions?
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Mon Jun 08, 2020 10:07 pm

There have been several reports about new modules with Realtek chips: Ubiquiti UFiber-Instant, V-Solutions - V2801F and many more. I've updated my list of GPON modules.
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=116364&p=771961#p771961

Does anyone know the difference between RTL8672 and RTL9601C. I suppose RTL8672 is the main processor and RTL9601C is dedicated to GPON processing. All clones of modules with Realtek chip have the similar partition layout.

Ubiquiti UFiber-Instant
# cat /proc/mtd
dev:    size   erasesize  name
mtd0: 00040000 00001000 "boot"
mtd1: 00002000 00001000 "env"
mtd2: 00002000 00001000 "env2"
mtd3: 0003c000 00001000 "config"
mtd4: 00300000 00001000 "k0"
mtd5: 004b0000 00001000 "r0"
mtd6: 00300000 00001000 "k1"
mtd7: 004b0000 00001000 "r1"
mtd8: 00010000 00001000 "hw"
mtd9: 00010000 00001000 "sec"
mtd10: 00001000 00001000 "Partition_010"
mtd11: 00001000 00001000 "Partition_011"
mtd12: 00300000 00001000 "linux"
mtd13: 004b0000 00001000 "rootfs"


Brief datasheet for V-SOL V2801F listed the RTL9601C as the main chipset.
https://www.vsolcn.com/1ge-sfp-onu-p00193p1.html
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Sat Jun 13, 2020 2:53 pm

Dear all.
a few hours ago I ran Zisa with Tilera.
I have heard some comments that were incompatible and I can now confirm that it is certainly compatible.
You can browse my old post regarding the ZISA OP151S. I have made it work by changing only the firmware I mentioned earlier, modifying MAC, SERIAL NUMBER, LoID, and PLOAM PASSWORD / IDONT.

To connect to Zisa ONT:

- create a bridge without STP with ports where laptop connected and Zisa connected

- Add an IP in laptop LAN in 192.168.1.2 (f. Example)

- Connect Zisa ONT to the Fiber from ISP wait untill links UP. if till down after some time reeboot router with all connected.

- Type in webbrowser 192.168.1.1 user: admin pass: admin upgrade firmware mentioned on my last posts from web.

after updated: Make sure your Zisa fiber Link is UP. If not just wait a while or reboot router as mentioned.

- Telnet to 192.168.1.1

user: twmanu - pass: twmanu

- type "?" without wuotes for the menu options.

We just will need manufactory menu to work.

Enter to manufactory menu:

- type: "manufactoy" and press enter

"show ?" without quotes to show all options to check
"set ?" without quotes to show all options to set.

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SERIAL NUMBER:

Inside Manufactory menu:

- type: "show sn" = shows Actual SN
- type: "set sn CCCCXXXXXXXX" with your serial number

confirm change with "show SN" command

------------------------------------

LoID and Password:

inside Manufactory menu:

- type: "show ctc info" (shows actual info) in blank normally


- type: "set ctc loid XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX" (in ASCII Format)
- type: "set ctc password XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX" (20digit) without "0x"

If your Loid is in HEX just use one online HEX to ASCII converter.


confirm with "show ctc info" command



after all settings remove from created bridge SFP port and reboot router. ont will connect properly.

I hope all this settings would be fine for all ISP in spain.

After this you should add the corresponding VLAN/ PPPoE if needed from wour ISP in the SFP port to work.

Waiting for Zisa Users who can check this in the forum!

Kind regards!
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Sat Jun 13, 2020 3:12 pm

This is great! Thanks for all the info and detail. My one and only question is: where can I buy a ZISA OP151S module? It seems to be out of stock in all the stores I checked...

Thanks.
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Sat Jun 13, 2020 3:38 pm

This is great! Thanks for all the info and detail. My one and only question is: where can I buy a ZISA OP151S module? It seems to be out of stock in all the stores I checked...

Thanks.
I bought in Alibaba.

Kind regards,
 
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Re: Usage GPON module SFP in Spain

Sat Jun 27, 2020 1:38 am

hello again


I got several SFP but im not able to connect (zisa op151s g-010s-a g010s-b dfp-34g-2c2) i put the slid on the zisa with the slid and serial but its stuck on 05 state in init.
y tested too the ZTE and the nokia module but im not able to connect. in g-010s-a says error from omci manager


My original ont is a g-010g-p only i have a HEX SLID and serial number

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