EAP225-Outdoor v3 support is now merged with 7e4de89e631a. This device won't be very different. Aside from the board name it's pretty much identical.
The watchdog on GPIO3/GPIO4 can always be added at a later point. The same hardware is at least also present on the EAP245v1, so perhaps this is also something all (single port) devices in this series have in common.
Thanks for investigating! In 5.15 this soft reset is also performed by the mainline driver (used by OpenWrt). 5.10 doesn't have this reset yet.
Now, this all occurs when initialising the phy on boot, not when shutting it down on shutdown or restart. If the ethernet port already works on both boot and reboot, I don't expect this soft reset to help make it work in u-boot after a reboot. Unless they've updated the bootloader, these devices don't have emergency TFTP loading support anyway, and you basically need to be next to the device to have serial access.
If you would like to add full reboot support using GPIO4, that's also fine for me. Just make sure you describe GPIO3, GPIO4, and the associated hardware in the commit message.
I still have problem with the latest Snapshot image (Aug 10) in terms of EAP 225 v3 Outdoor (same as EAP225 v4).
Successfully flashed with 'cliclientd stopcs` workaroung from stock GUI
First boot is ok...I am able to connect via SSH, but when I set the root passwd and soft reboot from command line after that I am unable to reach the device
Only cold restart (remove the POE power chord) helps!
Do you already have a fix to resolve this issue? Does anyone have a compiled working image for EAP 222 v3 outdoor (should be the same as EAP225 v4)?
Due to the need of a lot of backporting, EAP225v4 and EAP225 Outdoor v3 will be supported with the 23.xx release. You can currently use the snapshots.
See the EAP225 Outdoor v3 - thread for a more detailed explanation.
Do any of you experience something similar to a memory leak for the 5GHz or something?
It has happened two times now after I installed OpenWrt on the 225v4. It runs at full speed at 5GHz about a week and then boom it gets very unstable speed if any speed at all with full connection. And after a power cycle it works again with full speed?
I have tried disabled the ACK setting that where supposed to make iOS work better so I thought I had found the problem last week but it’s back.