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Feature #4790

Vodafone HSPA+ femtocell availiable in Deutschland

Added by copslock about 1 year ago. Updated 24 days ago.

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Low
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Target version:
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Start date:
10/09/2020
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Seems like the Vodafone femtocell 3802V widely availiable on ebay sites recently,it's based on broadcom solution and runs on the Standard Iuh interface,better alternative choice than expensive Erricson smallcells

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Flyer_Sure_Signal_121011.pdf View Flyer_Sure_Signal_121011.pdf 3.11 MB copslock, 01/03/2021 12:53 PM
Vodafone_Flyer_SuperSignal.pdf View Vodafone_Flyer_SuperSignal.pdf 251 KB copslock, 01/03/2021 12:53 PM
Flyer_Super_Signal.pdf View Flyer_Super_Signal.pdf 877 KB copslock, 01/03/2021 12:55 PM
1207358_voda_Anleitung_SuperSignal_2820V.pdf View 1207358_voda_Anleitung_SuperSignal_2820V.pdf 481 KB copslock, 01/03/2021 12:58 PM
SuperSignal_Anleitung_2820V_16Seiter_77_506_711_DRuckdaten.pdf View SuperSignal_Anleitung_2820V_16Seiter_77_506_711_DRuckdaten.pdf 4.93 MB copslock, 01/03/2021 01:02 PM
1207403_Flyer_A4_Super_Signal_SoHO.pdf View 1207403_Flyer_A4_Super_Signal_SoHO.pdf 990 KB copslock, 01/03/2021 01:02 PM
AP2820_top.JPG View AP2820_top.JPG 962 KB Jarobar, 02/23/2021 06:11 PM
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H27U1G8F2BTR_AP2820_1_p.bin.gzab H27U1G8F2BTR_AP2820_1_p.bin.gzab 2.04 MB Jarobar, 02/23/2021 06:12 PM
EP3802V_top.JPG View EP3802V_top.JPG 1.27 MB Jarobar, 09/21/2021 12:43 PM
EP3802V_bot.JPG View EP3802V_bot.JPG 1.15 MB Jarobar, 09/21/2021 12:43 PM
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History

#2 Updated by lynxis about 1 year ago

do you got the iuh connecting to an ip

#3 Updated by copslock about 1 year ago

lynxis wrote:

do you got the iuh connecting to an ip

If you know lite about Huawei femtocells,i dont recommend you buy this device,this topic,especially for notice Harald as he lives in Deutschland

#4 Updated by Jarobar 12 months ago

If you know lite about Huawei femtocells,i dont recommend you buy this device,this topic,especially for notice Harald as he lives in Deutschland

Could you please provide more details on why not to buy it? Are they technical, legal, other reasons? Does it only apply to Huawei?

#5 Updated by copslock 12 months ago

Jarobar wrote:

If you know lite about Huawei femtocells,i dont recommend you buy this device,this topic,especially for notice Harald as he lives in Deutschland

Could you please provide more details on why not to buy it? Are they technical, legal, other reasons? Does it only apply to Huawei?

Nope,mainly because at least I can't get access to the operating system,It might need some higher exploit PWN skills to get access to the Huawei smallcell's operating system.The end-of-life devices?come on,unless somebody reuse them,they will just become useless e-waste in trush bin,no one cares about that.Harald had played around with these end-of-life devices for quite a long while,from the Siemense BS-11 to ip.access ones,even the recently LTE Ericcson RBS 6402 smallcells.The exploits are mainly complished by his friend Spaar,which is not availiable to the community.I think Spaar might have some idea to deal with Huawei devices as he mentioned he had got access to Huawei device before.But for you,I don't think it's a good idea if you don't got enough reverse enginnering and exploit knowledge. The AT&T's microcell is so far the best one to pair with OSMOHNBGW,because it's easy to get access to its operating system.

#8 Updated by Jarobar 8 months ago

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Three images for AP2820 are here. The main chip is BCM61610KFB1G, trx MAX2550. There is AR8236 on the second board with the power supply.

#9 Updated by copslock 8 months ago

Jarobar wrote:

Three images for AP2820 are here. The main chip is BCM61610KFB1G, trx MAX2550. There is AR8236 on the second board with the power supply.

copslock: Maybe is it time to establish an email connection?

send mail address to ,I will reply with you

#10 Updated by Jarobar 28 days ago

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Two images for Vodafone femtocell 3802V. The main chip is BCM61670IFBG, trx AD80276BBCZ, FPGA Lattice ECP3, flash1 MT29F4G08ABADAH4, flash2 JS28F128.

#11 Updated by copslock 27 days ago

Jarobar wrote:

Two images for Vodafone femtocell 3802V. The main chip is BCM61670IFBG, trx AD80276BBCZ, FPGA Lattice ECP3, flash1 MT29F4G08ABADAH4, flash2 JS28F128.

Looks like Broadcom is really the winner,but I think this one will be very hard to get inside.We have to find some exploit

#12 Updated by Jarobar 25 days ago

Third image for EP3802V. The last one is difficult due to the package.

#13 Updated by copslock 24 days ago

Jarobar wrote:

Third image for EP3802V. The last one is difficult due to the package.

we need to fly-wire to dump the eMMC,it's destructive,not recommend

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