[OpenWrt-Devel] [RFC] stop accepting 4/32M board patches
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Wed Dec 5 09:38:58 EST 2018
On 05/12/2018 15:08, Carlos Ferreira wrote:
> I still have a bunch of Old Foneras and some TP-Link 703N and TL-MR11U
> battery powered micro-routers.
> The foneras are kinda useless, but the TP-Links are somewhat usefull
> and I still use them with OpenWRT.
> What other inexpensive routers would you sugest to substitute the ones
> from TP-Link I just cited?
I'll recommend GL.inet minirouters, AR150 (which is basically the same
SoC but with 16MB flash and 64MB ram) or MT300N, AR300M lite. Can be
found for 20$ or less and are all straight upgrades over the 703N while
keeping the same size, more ram/rom/ethernet ports, SD card slots and
PoE modules in some cases.
Their battery-powered minirouter has a mini pcie slot for a 4G modem,
but it's not inexpensive. It's around 60$ without the modem (or more
with a 4G modem installed) It's the GL-MiFi.
They use OpenWrt as base firmware, and have web interface in uboot for
> On Wed, 5 Dec 2018 at 14:02, Rich Brown <richb.hanover at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I was about to recommend the Download Stats page at https://downloads.openwrt.org/stats/ as a first cut...
>>> Would it be possible to get some download stats for release/snapshot images,
>>> so we can get some rough numbers about popularity of devices in the wild?
>> BUT... that page doesn't seem to be collecting any stats since 21 Nov 2018. OpenWrt Admin's are cc'd on this note.
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>> openwrt-devel at lists.openwrt.org
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