I have been dealing with OpenWRT / LEDE briefly. When cleaning in the basement I found a Watchguard Firebox X10e Edge again. According to an entry in the documentation of pfsense runs on the mentioned Firebox a Linux on ARM, which theoretically means that OpenWRT / LEDE can run on it.
Does anyone know of you whether and how it is possible to install OpenWRT / LEDE on the Firebox? Google was unfortunately looking at this time not my friend
I thank you ever before
nm, I mixed this one up with the X5*** series.
"Possible" in the sense of "could it be done": Yes, almost certainly. LEDE runs on the IXP4xx architecture and the machine has more than enough horsepower and memory to pull it off.
However, it is not supported as of yet. Which in this case means that nobody created the necessary target for it, and the reason may be as simple as none of the devs actually having one of the machines.
Thank you for your answers. I've seen that the Watchguard Firebox X10e is partly very cheap (under 25 $ partial) on eBay.
Perhaps this page helps to create a target:
The X10e is suitable as a router which can also be installed a notebook WLAN card