I'm currently trying to build an openwrt router using an ASUS XG-C100C and an ASUS XG-C100CF PCI card.
I can see them when doing some lspci but I was not able to go any further. Looking on the net it seem that I need some drivers, but marvell.com or asus website only gave me some zip with a tutorial to make them... But I dont have any of the needed tool on my openwrt computer
I have no other idea and start to think that it may be impossible for me to use this card
What do you think?
Thanks a lot
kmod-atlantic might be everything needed.
Sound like a good news but I have to admit that I dont really understand it
Is it supposed to be an opkg installable package? I did not find anything about this
yes, but you will apparently need to move to snapshots (kernel 5.15) to get it.
Oh ok! I'll have a look at this! Thanks for the tip!!
I've just got a snapshot from https://downloads.openwrt.org/snapshots/targets/x86/64/
uname -r now return 5.15.77
I was able to install kmod-atlantic!
At first ifconfig was still showing nothing new, so I've installed the gui to check here and.. oh, a new card!! At this point ifconfig also started to show it
Fun fact, the "new" card was the onboard network adapter and my pci card seem to worked since some time already ^^' sadly no clue when it started...
But anyway, my PCI xg-c100c card work now fine, I'll test the other one latter but I'm confident
I hope this version will be released soon
Thanks a lot for your help!
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