Serial Num. = ?
FCC ID = KA2DIR615C1
CPU Type = Atheros AR9130 rev 2 (0xb8)
MIPS Rev = MIPS 24Kc V7.4
CPU Speed = 400MHz
Bus = ?
Flash Type = Serial
Flash Chip = ?
Flash Size = 4MB
Max Firmware Size = 3801088 bytes
RAM Size = 32MB
RAM Chip = hynix 806A C HY50U561622FTP-U45
nvram Size = ?
Switch = Atheros AR8216
Port-based vlan = No
802.1q vlan = No
Ethernet Port Count = 1-WAN 4-LAN
Wired Standard = IEEE 802.3?
boot_wait = ?
bootloader = U-Boot
Flash Card Socket/Type = No
SD/MMC Mod Support = No
MiniPCI slots = No
PoE = No
Power = 5V/2.5A
Color of LEDs = Green
Size = ?
USB = No
Serial Port = Yes
JTAG Port = Yes
Supported by TJTAG/Version = ?
Supported by dd-wrt as of = dir615c2 v.24 SP2 - build 13832 - 20100203
dd-wrt K2.4 Support = Yes
dd-wrt K2.6 Support = No
Special Features = same as Trendnet TEW-632BRPTEW-652BRP
Wireless Radio = Atheros AR9102 2x2 MIMO
WLAN DSP processor = N/A
Antenna Connector Type = Some RP-SMA, Some Fixed
Wireless Standard = IEEE 802.11b/g/n
WiFi Operating Frequency = 2.4ghz
802.11n = up to 300Mbps
802.11g = 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48, 54Mbps
802.11b = 1, 2, 5.5, 11Mbps
Radio cor_rev = ?
Radio Capabilities = ?
You can tell which Rev of the hardware this router is from the box (it will say "H/W Ver: C1 F/W Ver 3.01" for example on the bottom of the box, underneath the barcode). A similar sticker with the hardware version and firmware version is also stuck on the bottom of the router itself. This means it's quick and easy to check the hardware revision before buying or borrowing it.
The factory default IP for this router is 192.168.0.1, user is "admin", password is blank.
No USB port, so cannot be a NAS for a USB drive, nor can it be used for Printer Sharing of a USB printer.
dir 615c2 имеет USB! просто не распаяно питание на нём(поэтому проблемы будут с синхронным запуском флешек, дисков и тп), зато идут 2 дорожки (D+/D-) от чипа atheros. Есть ли поддержка usb в сборке dd-wrt для dir615c2?
как её добавить если нет?
так же имеются:
чип памяти ddr Winbond W9425G6EH-5 which is a 256 Mbit chip so 32 megs RAM seems certain.
Atheros AR9130 CPU
Atheros AR9102 WiFi chip
5-pin header possibly serial console
14-pin block probably JTAG
как увеличить память? можно ли перепаять гигабитный чип, и какие манипуляции с командной строкой?
по-моему, dir 615 это такой же хит в будущем, как dir320! тем более, что dir 320 (в Казани) я не смог найти недорого, те что были-- стоили дороже, чем dir615
Step-by-step instructions from out-of-the-box factory firmwareEdit
To install dd-wrt on a D-Link DIR-615 Revision C1/C2/E3/E4, you can flash it directly from the router's web admin page (yes, that is correct... from D-Link's standard web interface). These are the steps to follow:
Download the latest firmware from: http://dd-wrt.com/site/support/router-database , and enter the model as DIR-615. There will be two files, "dir615[revision]-factory-to-ddwrt-firmware.bin" and "dir615[revision]-firmware.bin". You only need the dir615[revision]-factory-to-ddwrt-firmware.bin file.
You'll have to find the hardware ID of your specific firmware. Your hardware ID is located at the end of your original D-Link's firmware file, available on D-Link websites. Get your original D-Link's firmware file using the following links: C1/C2 default firmware update siteE3/E4 default firmware update siteC2 RU firmware update siteE4 RU firmware update site. Following are some popular hardware IDs: C1/C2 default: AP81-AR9130-RT-070614-02, E3 default: AP99-AR7240-RT-091105-01, E4 RU: AP99-AR7240-RT-091105-05. Note that in most cases, this hardware ID should have 2 leading zeros (e.g. 00AP81-AR9130-RT-070614-02). If the firmware version written on your router's box ends with RU (presumably for the Russian market, but also sold in other countries such as Israel), then the hardware ID might need to have a leading 01 instead of 00.
Use a hex editor to change the hardware ID at the end of DD-WRT's firmware file to your specific hardware ID. A freeware hex editor such as Neo will do the trick though.
Wait 2 or 3 minutes for the DIR-615 to flash and do the update. You will see a status page that shows you the progress as it happens. After the flash & update is done, the router will reboot to dd-wrt, and the IP address will have changed to 192.168.1.1. There is no need to reset.
If it tells you that you've uploaded firmware for the wrong hardware, you may need to try another browser. This happened for me using Google Chrome on Linux, until I tried using Firefox(Same on Windows, IE6 helps). If your dlink 615 C1 is at f/w 3.12 or 3.11 you may have to revert it to 3.10 and then install the dd-wrt.
Open http://192.168.1.1/ in web browser. Will probably have to update your IP address (if using static IP) to this subnet to be able to connect. This should open DD-WRT's web interface. Configure DD-WRT as desired.
You're finished! No need to 30/30/30 hard reset, but you can reboot your router after several minutes. (I don't know if it has to build anything in NVRAM, but better safe than sorry.)
Alternate Install Method using Firmware Update ModeEdit
Setup your PC with static IP on 192.168.0.0 subnet, such as 192.168.0.2.
Hold down the Reset button until the power light starts flashing yellow (under 30 sec).
If it's working, you will see a page with the percentage completed constantly updating. If your upload completes and nothing happens or it tells you the firmware is for the wrong hardware, try using another browser. This happened for me using Google Chrome on Linux, until I tried using Firefox.
Alternate Install Method without using Hex EditorEdit
There is a simpler method than using the hex editor if one can find the correct file. Using only the file '2-dd-wrt.bin' you can flash the DIR-615 C1 to DD-WRT. This method has been successfully tested on 6 different DIR-615 C1 D-Link routers.
You may be able to use the 'dir615c1-firmware.bin' but currently this method has not been tested with this file and router.
Do a 30-30-30 reset of the DIR-615 router (Holding the reset button the entire time, 30 seconds plugged in, 30 seconds unpluged, and 30 seconds plugged back in).
This should have reset the router to the factory default webgui which looks much different from the original webgui.
Install the '2-dd-wrt.bin' firmware. *NOTE* When installing DO NOT DO ANYTHING! It will look like nothing is happening for awhile. My recommendation, walk away from the computer for 5 minutes.
After it is finished installing your browser will change and then you can proceed to set up your router settings. (Because we are paranoid where I work, we also unplug the router for an additional 30 seconds before setting up the router).
Press and hold the reset button until the power LED starts blinking orange (usually takes ~45 seconds).
Set a static IP on your PC to '192.168.0.2'.
Go to 'http://192.168.0.1' from your PC web browser. (note: Internet Explorer on Windows is known to work, and problems have been reported with most browsers on Linux. If you have succeeded in flashing firmware via the recovery console using Linux, please post the details here or ask someone else to. Thanks!)
"Browse" and select the OpenWrt firmware (e.g. 'openwrt-ar71xx-dir-615-c1-squashfs-factory.bin').
Let router flash the image, don't worry if it reboots before it reaches 100%.
Allow device to reboot itself and OpenWrt to build your new root filesystem.
Either reconfigure you PC to dynamic IP (DHCP) or change the static IP to '192.168.1.2'.
Telnet to '192.168.1.1' and set a root password with 'passwd'. Keep this session open.
Go to 'http://192.168.1.1', login with new password and goto to 'Essentials/Network/General' and configure 'Internet Connection'.
 Go back to telnet and run 'opkg update', to get full package list.
If you forget the username or password, or if the configuration becomes really messed up, you can always clear all the non-volitile parameters by doing a 'factory reset'. To do this, with the router already fully booted, press and hold the reset button for 5~6 seconds and release. The router will boot back up and answer to 192.168.1.1 just as if it had just been flashed with DD-WRT.
Use a hex editor to change the end of the firmware file from AP81-AR9130-RT-080609-05 to AP81-AR9130-RT-070614-02. This is the hardware ID that was in the firmware provided on the site the router checks for updates.
Do NOT use the standard firmware upgrade procedure. Multiple people have reported that this does not work for restoring the D-Link DIR-300/600 firmware (not verified for DIR-615). Use the "firmware update mode" steps instead.
In Windows XP, Click Start Button - All Programs - Accessories -
Communication - HyperTerminal
Enter a name for the connection, Click ok
Choose com port you adapter is plugged into, Click ok
Bits per second = 115200
Data Bits = 8
Parity = none
Stop bits = 1
Flow control = none
Click File - Save As, and select a place to save it to so you
don't have to enter the settings again.
After installing putty, run it
Serial line = The COM port your using for serial (ie. COM3)
Speed = 115200
Click on Serial under Connection
Serial line to connect to = same as above (Serial line)
Speed (baud) = 115200
Data bits = 8
Stop bits = 1
Parity = None
Flow control = None
Enter a name for your connection under saved sessions