[OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH 2/2] ath79: GL.iNet AR300M family: Correct DTS LED definitions
szab.hu at gmail.com
Wed Feb 6 02:27:26 EST 2019
Jeff Kletsky <lede at allycomm.com> ezt írta (időpont: 2019. febr. 6., Sze, 2:25):
> On 2/5/19 4:19 PM, Szabolcs Hubai wrote:
> > Hi Jeff,
> > sorry for being late in the topic, but that  red "status" LED is
> > GL-AR300M-Lite specific, and isn't suitable for the original GL-AR300M
> > model, IMHO.
> > Here are my points:
> > I opened my GL-AR300MD's case (a limited, dualband model), and it has
> > a "GL-AR300M-V1.3.1" print on it's PCB.
> > It has the exactly same pinouts as it could be seen on the
> > documentation page  (picture attached) and it's WLAN LED is red,
> > the other two, LAN and SYS (in DTS: "status") are green.
> > I'm unsure how are the LED colors in the other GL-AR300M sub-models.
> I checked the GL.iNet site and the video of the GL-AR300M at
> published in January, 2017, shows two green and a red LED,
> consistent with your description.
> On the other hand, GL.iNet's source shows them as all "green"
> (as is the AR300M-Lite I have in hand)
> I'm fine with leaving the color alone or being consistent with current
> and the OEM's definitions. Shoot, my Archer C7 v2 has "blue" LEDs under
> Too bad that doesn't actually change the color of them ;)
> The GPIO assignments are still in need of correction, as far as I can
> tell, for all variants.
My GL-AR300MD is pretty old, I bought it when that debrick video was created. :)
It would be nice, that you could introduce the Lite support with red
"status" LED color.
And the GL-AR300M model "status" LED should have at least a comment
about this inconsistency to avoid the "fixes" to change it back and
It is also possible that the newly produced versions of GL-AR300M (not
just the -Lite edition) has the new colors.
Yup, the GPIO change was correct.
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