Would like to reopen this topic as before it was i.m.h.o. incorrectly answered with 'no' because of supposed 32MB RAM.
But the HP version of this device actually comes with 64 MB of RAM, 8M Flash, and a SoC AR9342 v2.
It can work with current OpenWrt compiled for ath79 / nanostation-loco-M-XW firmware.
CPU0 revision is: 0001974c (MIPS 74Kc)
spi-nor spi0.0: mx25l6405d (8192 Kbytes)
Memory: 57284K/65536K available (4818K kernel code, 190K rwdata, 1112K rodata, 1232K init, 196K bss, 8252K reserved, 0K cma-reserved)
It is just to correct post
i have AirGrid M5 HP i dont know what is version ,is there stabile ok openwrt for antenna?
when one searches the forum for this specific device.
That post is 'closed' and nothing can be added.
That is the answer: run Nanostation loco-M-XW firmware on it. It is the same hardware platform, in a dish antenna form factor.
The wiki may need to have this added.
There are some old dish models with the XM platform-- which is an AR7241 CPU with 32 MB RAM. These use the Nanostation XM Loco build, with the 32 M limitation.
@wwortel FYI - I have reverted your edits to the dataentry of the AirGrid M5 and have created a new dataentry for the AirGrid M5 HP instead.
I have created a deviepage for the HP version as well:
Ubiquiti AirGrid M5 HP Under Construction! This page is currently under construction. You can edit the article to help completing it. Write a short, relevant description of the device. Include a technical overview, but avoid marketing...
Feel free to add usefull information about the AirGrid M5 HP there!