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Author Topic: BT Home Hub 3.0 - Type B  (Read 131840 times)

waltergmw

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Re: BT Home Hub 3.0 - Type B
« Reply #15 on: December 13, 2011, 10:11:01 AM »

Hi Richard,

Either a camera or you might find the MSAN data encoded in the modem's log or performance data.

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Re: BT Home Hub 3.0 - Type B
« Reply #16 on: December 26, 2011, 06:13:03 PM »

I recently made an eBay purchase which consisted of .... a BT Home Hub 3.0 - Type B.

Interesting photos. Burakkucat.

The PCB layouts are very different in the HomeHub 3.0a and the 3.0b.

In fact, the PCB has been completely redesigned between 'revisions'.

With your HH3.0b photos next to those of the HH3.0a, taken by the blogger GadgetCat [1], the major differences are clear:



HH3.0b


HH3.0a


HH3.0b


HH3.0a

The HH3.0 Type A uses a Lantiq XWAY ARX168, a dual core CPU, containing a MIPS32 and an (unidentified) "32-bit Multi-threading Protocol Processor Engine". [2]


It would be insightful to identify the CPU and support ICs on the HH3.0b. Is it also driven by the Lantiq ARX168?

From Burakkucat's photos, we can see that the flash IC has been moved to the bottom face of the PCB. It has also been changed from a BGA package to a more typical TSOP48, presumably on the grounds of cost.  Burakkucat has kindly clarified that the flash IC is an ST NAND256W3A2BN6, a 256Mbit NAND flash device. [3]

As such, as a 'hack of last resort', the NAND flash IC could be removed from the PCB to allow its contents to be read and written [4]

cheers, a

[1] http://gadgetcat.wordpress.com/2011/02/19/home-hub-3-disassembly/
[2] http://www.lantiq.com/uploads/tx_abzlantiqproducts/PB-e-0016-v1_lres.pdf
[3] http://www.datasheetcatalog.org/datasheets2/89/891899_1.pdf
[4] http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,10758.msg211696.html
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Re: BT Home Hub 3.0 - Type B
« Reply #17 on: March 20, 2012, 10:58:40 PM »

A bit more info on the Home Hub 3.0b..  With the heatsink removed, we discover the following...

The CPU is a Broadcom BCM6361, a 400MHz dual MIPS32 core. The BCM6361 is apparently a stripped-down BCM6362 without DECT functionality. [1] [2]

The RAM is a Hynix H5PS5162FFR-S6C, a 512Mbit (32Mx16) DDR2-800 SDRAM [3]

The flash is an STMicro NAND256W3ABN6, a 256Mbit x8/x16 NAND flash in a TSOP48 package [4]

Two ICs are labelled "B50612E B0KMLG TE1118 P20 135995 3", which probably indicates Broadcom.   Google is throwing a blank on those identifiers... However the BCM50610 is a Broadcom gigabit ethernet PHYceiver. [5]


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[1] http://www.neufbox4.org/wiki/index.php?title=Neufbox_6#SoC_BCM6361
[2] http://www.broadcom.com/products/Broadband-Carrier-Access/xDSL-CPE-Solutions/BCM6362
[3] http://www.hynix.com/inc/pdfDownload.jsp?path=/datasheet/pdf/graphics/H5PS5162FFR(Rev.1.4).pdf
[4] http://pdf1.alldatasheet.com/datasheet-pdf/..STMICROELECTRONICS/NAND256W3A2BN6../datasheet.pdf
[5] http://tomoyo.sourceforge.jp/cgi-bin/lxr/source/drivers/net/phy/broadcom.c#L777
« Last Edit: July 31, 2012, 04:40:57 PM by asbokid »
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Re: BT Home Hub 3.0 - Type B
« Reply #18 on: April 09, 2012, 02:23:50 AM »

Im trying to find out what the two connectors are on the board. Ive been searching all over the internet for it but there seems to be no info on it at all.
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Re: BT Home Hub 3.0 - Type B
« Reply #19 on: April 10, 2012, 03:24:40 AM »

Im trying to find out what the two connectors are on the board. Ive been searching all over the internet for it but there seems to be no info on it at all.

It's not obvious as to what you are referring as "the two connectors . . . on the board":-\

If you are looking at my original picture, or Asbokid's picture, then those two small sockets -- one to the west of the heat-sink and the other to the north-east of the heat-sink -- are connectors to the aerial circuitry.
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Re: BT Home Hub 3.0 - Type B
« Reply #20 on: April 10, 2012, 01:43:22 PM »

I want to know what they are called so I can get some adapters. Then I can use external antennas.
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Re: BT Home Hub 3.0 - Type B
« Reply #21 on: April 10, 2012, 05:33:02 PM »

I want to know what they are called so I can get some adapters. Then I can use external antennas.

Ah, thank you for the clarification. If anybody knows ("At the Drop of a Hat"), it is likely to be Asbokid:)
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Re: BT Home Hub 3.0 - Type B
« Reply #22 on: April 10, 2012, 08:37:18 PM »

I want to know what they are called so I can get some adapters. Then I can use external antennas.

Ah, thank you for the clarification. If anybody knows ("At the Drop of a Hat"), it is likely to be Asbokid:)

U.FL connectors for mini-coax. Usually sold as pre-assembled pigtails.

http://image.made-in-china.com/2f0j00kvFTIzDcJQRC/U-Fl-PCB-Mount.jpg

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Re: BT Home Hub 3.0 - Type B
« Reply #23 on: April 10, 2012, 09:21:49 PM »

Appreciated. I knew we could rely upon you to provide the information.  ;)
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Re: BT Home Hub 3.0 - Type B
« Reply #24 on: April 10, 2012, 10:00:31 PM »

Im not sure they are UFL connectors. The sockets that are on the board do not match the one in the diagram.
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Re: BT Home Hub 3.0 - Type B
« Reply #25 on: April 10, 2012, 10:41:55 PM »

Im not sure they are UFL connectors. The sockets that are on the board do not match the one in the diagram.

They look the same to me. (other than being the male version of the same connector). The connector sex is intentionally reversed in domestic 802.11 kit to foil those with the same intention as you.  The US.GOV imposed some semi-legal regulations requiring router manufacturers to do this.  See the history of the RP (reverse polarity) TNC connector, another connector type found often in domestic wi-fi equipment.

Shown below are the antenna connectors on the board of the HH3.0a..

http://www3.picturepush.com/photo/a/8006701/640/8006701.jpg
http://www3.picturepush.com/photo/a/8006706/640/8006706.jpg

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Re: BT Home Hub 3.0 - Type B
« Reply #26 on: April 10, 2012, 11:20:53 PM »

Ah thanks for the info. So such a connector doesnt exist?
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Re: BT Home Hub 3.0 - Type B
« Reply #27 on: April 10, 2012, 11:31:41 PM »

Ah thanks for the info. So such a connector doesnt exist?

I bet some entrepreneurial Chinese factory boss is already making them.  Did you read the wikipedia page?  Maybe it's urban myth, but lots of people believe it:

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"(RP-TNC) connectors are widely used by Wi-Fi equipment manufacturers to comply with specific local regulations [citation needed], e.g. those from the FCC, which are designed to prevent consumers from connecting antennas which exhibit gain and therefore breach compliance."

It's probably easier to desolder it! There was the same problem with the Linksys WAP11 back in its day. Linksys used an antenna connector (RP-TNC) that was obscure (back then) and cost a fortune (maybe 15 a decade ago!).

It's an interesting board you've got there (HG8240). Thanks for posting the photos. Have you got the chip-markings? What is the CPU?

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Re: BT Home Hub 3.0 - Type B
« Reply #28 on: July 16, 2012, 12:02:01 PM »

So is the Type B HH3 a broadcom chipset for the adsl line, not just the cpu, im too thick to work it out from all the nerdy pieces of info!
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Re: BT Home Hub 3.0 - Type B
« Reply #29 on: July 18, 2012, 01:34:17 AM »

Hi Ed,

Yes, the Broadcom 6361 (launched Autumn 2009)  is a System-on-Chip (SOC).

The 6361 integrates the CPU cores (dual MIPS32), the DSP engine with ADSL2+ analog front end and line driver, gigabit ethernet switch, two 802.11n radio transceivers, CardBus/PCI bus, and a USB host and peripheral controller, all on a single wafer of silicon.

The 6361 is apparently the same as the 6362, but without a FXS/SLIC interface for DECT functionality (see link above).


Broadcom BCM6361, the CPU powering the HomeHub 3.0b

The firmware for the HomeHub 3.0b, which is powered by the BCM6361, is now teased open, using brute force (hot air gun)  ???  See below:

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Code: [Select]
$ ls -l
total 32768
-rw-r--r-- 1 asbokid asbokid 33554432 Jul 17 22:53 hh3.0b.V100R001C01B031SP09_l_B_t2011-06-01_22_39.eccstripped.bin

$ md5sum hh3.0b.V100R001C01B031SP09_l_B_t2011-06-01_22_39.eccstripped.bin
0e1364cf226f3078d1371e633968b985  hh3.0b.V100R001C01B031SP09_l_B_t2011-06-01_22_39.eccstripped.bin

$ xxd -s $((0x4000)) -l 256 hh3.0b.V100R001C01B031SP09_l_B_t2011-06-01_22_39.eccstripped.bin
0004000: 6e88 b7e4 99d1 3e51 f8de edcf 5398 001d  n.....>Q....S...
0004010: 2687 ce64 98a3 793e 36fb 919a 11eb 5945  &..d..y>6.....YE
0004020: 9450 69f3 ef80 dc0e a3fa c50f 5900 b00b  .Pi.........Y...
0004030: f1e8 7d0b 0676 aefb d11b deaf 1876 42ae  ..}..v.......vB.
0004040: ab49 657c 6dba 5344 d571 af42 6551 596a  .Ie|m.SD.q.BeQYj
0004050: 8ecc 277d 3d51 2f0c 8e88 c434 568d 0109  ..'}=Q/....4V...
0004060: a97a c1ee 3a95 f59b 3eff e0e6 17da b28c  .z..:...>.......
0004070: 74dd 93f0 c3ce c288 87d5 06cc 76e4 2828  t...........v.((
0004080: 0001 5898 00b9 c014 0001 486f 6d65 4875  ..X.......HomeHu
0004090: 6233 5631 3030 5230 3031 4330 3142 3033  b3V100R001C01B03
00040a0: 3153 5030 395f 4c5f 425f 7432 3031 312d  1SP09_L_B_t2011-
00040b0: 3036 2d30 315f 3232 3a33 3900 0000 0000  06-01_22:39.....
00040c0: 3132 3137 3333 3332 0000 2d35 3937 3135  12173332..-59715
00040d0: 3931 3139 3100 0000 3000 0000 0000 0000  91191...0.......
00040e0: 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000  ................
00040f0: 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000  ................

$ dd if=hh3.0b.V100R001C01B031SP09_l_B_t2011-06-01_22_39.eccstripped.bin of=jffs2_be skip=$((0x8000)) count=12173332 bs=1
12173332+0 records in
12173332+0 records out
12173332 bytes (12 MB) copied, 25.1295 s, 484 kB/s
$ sudo jffs2dump --bigendian jffs2_be --endianconvert=jffs2_le
Wrong bitmask  at  0x00b9c000, 0x3113
Wrong bitmask  at  0x00b9c004, 0x0000
Wrong bitmask  at  0x00b9c008, 0x0000
Wrong bitmask  at  0x00b9c00c, 0x0000
Wrong bitmask  at  0x00b9c010, 0x0000

$ file jffs2_le
jffs2_le: Linux jffs2 filesystem data little endian

$ sudo modprobe mtdblock
$ sudo modprobe mtdram total_size=300000

$ sudo dd if=./jffs2_le of=/dev/mtdblock0
23776+1 records in
23776+1 records out
12173332 bytes (12 MB) copied, 0.0913846 s, 133 MB/s

$ sudo mount -t jffs2 /dev/mtdblock0 /mnt/
$ cd /mnt

$ ls -l
total 1359
dr-xr-xr-x 2 root 1101       0 Jun  1  2011 bin
drwxrwxrwx 3 root root       0 Jun  1  2011 BTAgent
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root  187416 Jun  1  2011 cferam.000
drwxrwx--- 2 root 1102       0 Jun  1  2011 config
drwxr-xr-x 3 root root       0 Jun  1  2011 dev
dr-xr-xr-- 8 root 1102       0 May 31  2011 etc
drwxrwxrwx 5 root root       0 Jun  1  2011 lib
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root 1101      11 Jun  1  2011 linuxrc -> bin/busybox
drwxr-xr-x 2 root root       0 Jun  1  2011 mnt
drwxr-xr-x 2 root root       0 Jun  1  2011 proc
dr-xr-xr-x 2 root 1101       0 Jun  1  2011 sbin
drwxr-xr-x 2 root root       0 Jun  1  2011 tmp
dr-xr-xr-x 3 root 1101       0 Jun  1  2011 usr
drwxrwx--- 2 root 1102       0 Jun  1  2011 var
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 1202746 Jun  1  2011 vmlinux.lz

$ tree -s /mnt/
/mnt/
├── [          0]  bin
│   ├── [      24884]  acs_cli
│   ├── [      90824]  acsd
│   ├── [      11328]  arpsender
│   ├── [          7]  ash -> busybox
│   ├── [      81384]  bcmupnp
│   ├── [      28096]  brctl
│   ├── [     249280]  busybox
│   ├── [          7]  cat -> busybox
│   ├── [          7]  chgrp -> busybox
│   ├── [          7]  chmod -> busybox
│   ├── [          7]  chown -> busybox
│   ├── [      89739]  cli
│   ├── [     707988]  cms
│   ├── [          3]  console -> cli
│   ├── [          7]  cp -> busybox
│   ├── [      68376]  cwmp
│   ├── [          7]  date -> busybox
│   ├── [      36424]  ddnsc
│   ├── [      27752]  dhcpc
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│   ├── [      65988]  dhcps
│   ├── [      39084]  dns
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│   ├── [      64324]  ebtables
│   ├── [          7]  echo -> busybox
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│   ├── [      18192]  ethcmd
│   ├── [      51864]  ethswctl
│   ├── [          7]  false -> busybox
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│   ├── [          7]  gunzip -> busybox
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│   ├── [      39568]  igmpproxy
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│   ├── [     198888]  iptables
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│   ├── [       3832]  klog
│   ├── [      56424]  lld2d
│   ├── [          7]  ln -> busybox
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│   ├── [      17824]  MidServer
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│   ├── [          7]  mkdir -> busybox
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│   ├── [          7]  mount -> busybox
│   ├── [          7]  mv -> busybox
│   ├── [      56860]  nas
│   ├── [         10]  nas4not -> ../bin/nas
│   ├── [          7]  netstat -> busybox
│   ├── [     916196]  nmbd
│   ├── [      46960]  ntfs-3g
│   ├── [       3768]  nvram
│   ├── [          7]  ping -> busybox
│   ├── [     214140]  pppc
│   ├── [          7]  ps -> busybox
│   ├── [      10788]  pwrcmd
│   ├── [     570592]  racoon
│   ├── [      80240]  ripd
│   ├── [          7]  rm -> busybox
│   ├── [       5228]  rsaEnfile
│   ├── [      30904]  scp
│   ├── [      90560]  setkey
│   ├── [          7]  sh -> busybox
│   ├── [     188444]  siproxd
│   ├── [          7]  sleep -> busybox
│   ├── [    2174532]  smbd
│   ├── [      67056]  smbpasswd
│   ├── [      20900]  sntp
│   ├── [       5800]  spuctl
│   ├── [     133556]  sshd
│   ├── [        961]  startbsp
│   ├── [       2370]  swapdev
│   ├── [          7]  tar -> busybox
│   ├── [     234544]  tc
│   ├── [       5944]  telnetd
│   ├── [       4264]  tops
│   ├── [       7948]  tr111
│   ├── [          7]  umount -> busybox
│   ├── [      37440]  upg
│   ├── [     108816]  upnp
│   ├── [      50548]  urlfilterd
│   ├── [      16704]  usbmount
│   ├── [     111868]  web
│   ├── [          5]  wl -> wlctl
│   ├── [      58795]  wlancmd
│   ├── [       2172]  wlctl
│   ├── [     196844]  wps_monitor
│   ├── [      59760]  xdslcmd
│   ├── [      29932]  xtmcmd
│   ├── [          7]  zcat -> busybox
│   └── [      71860]  zebra
├── [          0]  BTAgent
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│       ├── [      10079]  btagent
│       ├── [        732]  btagent.conf
│       ├── [        187]  btagentstart.sh
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├── [     187416]  cferam.000
├── [          0]  config
├── [          0]  dev
│   ├── [          0]  console
│   ├── [          9]  fuse -> /var/fuse
│   ├── [          0]  misc
│   │   └── [          9]  fuse -> /var/fuse
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├── [          0]  etc
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│   ├── [         22]  dhcps.conf -> /var/dhcp/dhcps/config
│   ├── [         22]  dhcps.leases -> /var/dhcp/dhcps/leases
│   ├── [       1317]  ethertypes
│   ├── [         34]  fstab
│   ├── [        198]  group
│   ├── [        458]  handy_dss_key
│   ├── [        427]  handy_rsa_key
│   ├── [       2836]  hurlwebidx
│   ├── [    1431932]  hurlwebimg
│   ├── [         71]  inetd.conf
│   ├── [          0]  init.d
│   │   └── [       3660]  rcS
│   ├── [        105]  inittab
│   ├── [          0]  jffs.img
│   ├── [         20]  lmhosts
│   ├── [          9]  mtab -> /var/mtab
│   ├── [        507]  passwd
│   ├── [         51]  printers.ini
│   ├── [        133]  profile
│   ├── [        132]  radius.conf
│   ├── [         20]  resolv.conf -> /var/dns/resolv.conf
│   ├── [          0]  rlog
│   │   ├── [        344]  rlog1
│   │   ├── [        344]  rlog2
│   │   └── [        344]  rlog3
│   ├── [       1005]  root.crt
│   ├── [       1147]  root.pem
│   ├── [        426]  rsa_host_key
│   ├── [         10]  samba -> /var/samba
│   ├── [       2993]  servercert.crt
│   ├── [       1119]  servercert.pem
│   ├── [        963]  server.key
│   ├── [        951]  serverkey.pem
│   ├── [       1995]  services
│   ├── [      33044]  share.map
│   ├── [          0]  ssh
│   │   └── [        614]  authorized_keys
│   ├── [         11]  sysmsg -> /var/sysmsg
│   ├── [          7]  TZ -> /var/TZ
│   ├── [          0]  upnp
│   │   ├── [       5124]  DevCfg.xml
│   │   ├── [       6362]  DevInfo.xml
│   │   ├── [        619]  IGDInfoScpd.xml
│   │   ├── [       2773]  LANEthernetCfg.xml
│   │   ├── [        517]  LANSec.xml
│   │   ├── [       1749]  WanCommonIfc1.xml
│   │   ├── [       1867]  WANDslDiag.xml
│   │   ├── [      11799]  WanDslIfCfg.xml
│   │   ├── [       3152]  WanEthInterCfg.xml
│   │   ├── [        608]  WanEthLinkCfg.xml
│   │   ├── [      11593]  WanIpConn.xml
│   │   ├── [      11426]  WanPppConn.xml
│   │   └── [      18803]  WLANCfg.xml
│   ├── [       6785]  webidx
│   ├── [    1428438]  webimg
│   ├── [          0]  wlan
│   │   ├── [        448]  bcm43112_map.bin
│   │   ├── [        448]  bcm4313_map.bin
│   │   ├── [        448]  bcm4321_map.bin
│   │   ├── [        448]  bcm43222_map.bin
│   │   ├── [        448]  bcm43224_map.bin
│   │   ├── [        448]  bcm43225_map.bin
│   │   ├── [        448]  bcm43226_map.bin
│   │   ├── [        448]  bcm4322_map.bin
│   │   ├── [        448]  bcm4331_map.bin
│   │   ├── [        448]  bcm6362_map.bin
│   │   └── [         89]  nvram_params
│   ├── [       7358]  wrt54g.large.ico
│   ├── [       3262]  wrt54g.small.ico
│   └── [       2100]  wsc_config_1a_ap.txt
├── [          0]  lib
│   ├── [          0]  codepages
│   ├── [          0]  extra
│   │   ├── [     341048]  adsldd.ko
│   │   ├── [     145388]  bcm_enet.ko
│   │   ├── [     136388]  bcmfap.ko
│   │   ├── [      91168]  bcmvlan.ko
│   │   ├── [      83344]  bcmxtmcfg.ko
│   │   ├── [       3852]  otp.ko
│   │   ├── [      10704]  p8021ag.ko
│   │   ├── [      38956]  pktflow.ko
│   │   ├── [       8948]  pwrmngtd.ko
│   │   └── [    3089688]  wl.ko
│   ├── [          0]  kernel
│   │   ├── [          0]  crypto
│   │   │   ├── [       5356]  ecb.ko
│   │   │   └── [       6908]  pcbc.ko
│   │   └── [          0]  drivers
│   │       ├── [          0]  scsi
│   │       │   └── [       2168]  scsi_wait_scan.ko
│   │       ├── [          0]  usb
│   │       │   └── [          0]  storage
│   │       │       └── [      77204]  usb-storage.ko
│   │       └── [          0]  watchdog
│   │           └── [       8796]  bcmdog.ko
│   ├── [      20700]  ld-uClibc.so.0
│   ├── [      58008]  libatputil.so
│   ├── [      13068]  libbhalapi.so
│   ├── [     167140]  libcfmapi.so
│   ├── [         18]  libcrypto_openssl.so -> libcrypto.so.0.9.8
│   ├── [     131836]  libcrypto.so
│   ├── [         18]  libcrypto.so.0.9.7 -> libcrypto.so.0.9.8
│   ├── [    1433876]  libcrypto.so.0.9.8
│   ├── [      10420]  libcrypt.so.0
│   ├── [     364392]  libc.so.0
│   ├── [       4820]  libdhcpoptionsapi.so
│   ├── [       4944]  libdhcpstackapi.so
│   ├── [       8304]  libdl.so.0
│   ├── [      54272]  libethswctl.so
│   ├── [       3648]  libfcctl.so
│   ├── [     174632]  libgcc_s.so.1
│   ├── [       2404]  libgplutil.so
│   ├── [      46216]  libhttpapi.so
│   ├── [         17]  libiconv.so -> libiconv.so.2.5.0
│   ├── [         17]  libiconv.so.2 -> libiconv.so.2.5.0
│   ├── [     297288]  libiconv.so.2.5.0
│   ├── [      15592]  libMidClient.so
│   ├── [      18476]  libmsgapi.so
│   ├── [      98056]  libm.so.0
│   ├── [        917]  libnsl.so.0
│   ├── [     410992]  libntfs-3g.so.73
│   ├── [       8048]  libnvram.so
│   ├── [      71628]  libpthread.so.0
│   ├── [        917]  libresolv.so.0
│   ├── [      18940]  librsa.so
│   ├── [       3348]  librt.so.0
│   ├── [         15]  libssl_openssl.so -> libssl.so.0.9.8
│   ├── [         12]  libssl.so -> libcrypto.so
│   ├── [         15]  libssl.so.0.9.7 -> libssl.so.0.9.8
│   ├── [     268464]  libssl.so.0.9.8
│   ├── [      14840]  libstuncapir.so
│   ├── [      11160]  libthread_db.so.1
│   ├── [       3948]  libutil.so.0
│   ├── [      95548]  libwlbcmcrypto.so
│   ├── [      60688]  libwlbcmshared.so
│   ├── [     344884]  libwlctl.so
│   ├── [      51304]  libwps.so
│   ├── [      25624]  libxmlapi.so
│   ├── [      78420]  libz.so
│   └── [          7]  libz.so.1 -> libz.so
├── [         11]  linuxrc -> bin/busybox
├── [          0]  mnt
├── [          0]  proc
├── [          0]  sbin
│   ├── [         14]  arp -> ../bin/busybox
│   ├── [         14]  flash_eraseall -> ../bin/busybox
│   ├── [         14]  ifconfig -> ../bin/busybox
│   ├── [         14]  init -> ../bin/busybox
│   ├── [         14]  insmod -> ../bin/busybox
│   ├── [         14]  reboot -> ../bin/busybox
│   ├── [         14]  rmmod -> ../bin/busybox
│   ├── [         14]  route -> ../bin/busybox
│   ├── [         14]  smuxctl -> ../bin/busybox
│   ├── [         14]  vconfig -> ../bin/busybox
│   ├── [         14]  watchdog -> ../bin/busybox
│   └── [         14]  zcip -> ../bin/busybox
├── [          0]  tmp
├── [          0]  usr
│   └── [          0]  bin
│       ├── [         17]  [ -> ../../bin/busybox
│       ├── [         17]  [[ -> ../../bin/busybox
│       ├── [     161909]  dbclient
│       ├── [         17]  ftpget -> ../../bin/busybox
│       ├── [         17]  ftpput -> ../../bin/busybox
│       ├── [         17]  killall -> ../../bin/busybox
│       ├── [         17]  renice -> ../../bin/busybox
│       ├── [         17]  test -> ../../bin/busybox
│       ├── [         17]  top -> ../../bin/busybox
│       └── [         17]  wget -> ../../bin/busybox
├── [          0]  var
└── [    1202746]  vmlinux.lz

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