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wanmodem is the Hawkeye to Falcon bootloader Inter-CPU link for the 5590.

It is set to hardcoded in upx-hwk-fw-ns netns network namespace in upx-hwk-boot-prx to reach the
Falcon bootloader at the default address The target interface and how it joins the namespace is unknown.
grep does not find upx-hwk-fw-ns elsewhere in any of the 3 Linux instances, this must happen built into the kernel.

Outside of the upx-hwk-fw-ns netns network namespace wanmodem IP is not affected by this.
This is important since wanmodem is named in ar7.cfg of the Hawkeye as the PPPoE interface:

pppoeiface = "wanmodem";


Daily updated index of all dependencies of this interface. Last update: GMT.
A * in the Mod column marks info from Supportdata-Probes, which will always stay incomplete.
A ** in the Mod column marks info from Supportdata2 probes, which by their nature will stay way more incomplete.
A - in the Mod column marks manual research, the Firmware then shows where the item occurs, not the Relation.

Relation Typ Object Mod Firmware Info Origin
0 dependencies for this interface


Daily updated index of the presence, path and size of this interface for each model. Last update: 2022-06-26 05:26 GMT.
Showing all models using this interface. Click any column header (click-wait-click) to sort the list by the respective data.
The (main/scrpn/boot/arm/prx/atom) label in the Model column shows which CPU is meant for models with multiple Linux instances.
Note that this list comes from Supportdata-Probes, which can have arbitrary settings and come from different firmware versions.
It doesn't say much if a model is not listed here. It may be a missing supportdata file or just a disabled feature.

Missing Supportdata

The data in this article is incomplete due to missing Supportdata-Probes for the models listed below.
If you own any of these models and would like to help then please get in touch.


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