Franklin Square, NY
reply to claibourne
Re: Actiontec MI424WR FIOS N Router REV. I
said by claibourne:I actually do have both in my possession (Borrowing a neighbors Rev I)
Based on earlier observations, it appears that the G may have more RAM, and a larger NAT table, than the I. But not having either, I haven't been able to determine the exact numbers, and the actual hardware specs seem to be hard to come by.
I just recently bought a Rev G from someone on ebay and am looking forward to playing around to see what I can figure out.
I could try testing it them out for everyone....
To gather a some info on the CPU and RAM, telnet into the router and at the initial prompt, enter "system shell". Then "cd /proc".
For CPU info, enter "cat cpuinfo".
For Memory info, enter "cat meminfo".
On my Rev F, it's a dual-core Cavium CN50XX, with 64 MB RAM (it actually says approx 53 MB, but that's available memory after loading the kernel and drivers, allocating buffers, etc.,; so you have to round up). By inspecting /proc/kmsg, you can see all the kernel messages; one interesting bit of output is that there is 16 MB Flash. On a Westell, much of this info is available in the GUI system log interface after a reboot, but the same level of info doesn't seem to be available in the actiontec system log.