As you can see, the original 5V power supply consists of quite a lot of parts.
We'll take the dirty hack route here and replace them all with a simple 7805
and a capacitor.
Connect the 7805 to the PCB as seen in the image. The green stuff isn't directly solderable, you'll have to scrape it off with a knife till you see the copper PCB. Use an 100uF capacitor to populate C91. Watch out for the polarity of the thing.
I'll explain how to populate the USB port the farthest away from the Ethernet ports.
If you want to repopulate the other port too, the process is similar.
|R129||Resistor 22 ohm|
|R130||Resistor 22 ohm|
|L14||-||Shortcut the 2 pads|
|L15||-||Shortcut the 2 pads|
The processor'll need a 48MHz clocksignal to time the communication tot the USB-port.
Connect it like this:
Be sure to short-circuit the 2 pads of R16 (unfortunately obscured by the 2 C's on the photo). Alternatively, put the 1K resistor there.
A few things you might want to check before you plug an USB device into the rig. Plug in your board and check:
If those points check out ok, you can go ahead and flash an USB-aware firmware image in the router.