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 From:  "Timothy Jans" <timothy dot jans at pandora dot be>
 To:  "Falcor" <falcor at netassassin dot com>
 Cc:  <m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] Feature request : working leds and switch for WRAP board
 Date:  Sun, 14 Mar 2004 13:25:24 +0100
I have a last new WRAP.1C Board (1mini-pci and 3 lan).
Maybe you got an older board?

LED1 (D3) is always on, and the other 2 never blink (only 1 sec on boot,
which is probably post),
switch also doesn't work. Looked at bios but there is no way to program the
leds there...

>Falcor wrote:
>

> odd... all my lights work just fine.  Data light blinks and reflects the
> amount of data based off of its pace or solid on/off status, disk light
> blinks when I read or write to the CF card... power light is on.  Am I
> missing something?
>
> Timothy Jans wrote:
>
> >The WRAP board (from pc engines) has 3 leds and 1 switch.
> >But they don't work because they have to be programmed in m0n0wall.
> >I don't know if it's easy to program or not, but I will post it anyway.
> >
> >The first led is always on (power led likely), but the second and third
led
> >never go on.
> >The push button (switch) does not respond.
> >I think it's best to use the switch for reset and the 2 leds for network
> >traffic and error (or something else).
> >
> >Section from manual :
> >---- section from wrap1c.pdf ----
> >Front panel LEDs and switch
> >
> >
> >LED1 (D3)   GPIO2  write I/O port [GPIOBASE]   bit 2 0 = light
> >
> >LED2 (D2)   GPIO3  write I/O port [GPIOBASE]   bit 3 0 = light
> >
> >LED3 (D1)   GPIO18 write I/O port [GPIOBASE]   bit 18 0 = light
> >
> >Switch (S1) GPIO40 read I/O port [GPIOBASE+20] bit 8 0 = pressed
> >
> >
> >With tinyBIOS, GPIOBASE is 0F400h. If you would like to write a more
generic
> >driver, use the
> >SC1100 I/O base registers to determine GPIOBASE.
> >---- section from wrap1c.pdf ----
> >
> >Manual for WRAP board : http://www.pcengines.ch/wrap1c.pdf
> >Manual for TinyBios : http://www.pcengines.ch/tb13.pdf
> >
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