I have a Vodafone GigaCube (B157), FCCID-URL = https://fccid.io/2ACCJB157 ,
but it's kind of useless because the vodafone mobile connection is really bad and its accept no other sim cards. However, I found out it's a IPQ8072A SoC, and a very exciting topic for making it work with promising progress. (Link: https://forum.openwrt.org/t/dynalink-dl-wrx36-askey-rt5010w-ipq8072a-openwrt-support)
The board has very spare labeling (Just Antenna marks), I can't figure out where is the Serial-Port ? (images below)
On the internal images of fccid.io, I can see a micro-usb port, but on mine, it's not soldered on it. Could be this the serial port? Pictures of mine are attached. FCCID internal Images link : https://fccid.io/2ACCJB157/Internal-Photos/TempConfidential-Internal-Photos-PART2-5395671
There are solderpoints next to the power connector, it seems to be a usb-a port ?
Im loving to use openwrt, I have very fantastic Wifi6 hardware but the firmware is limiting everything and makes it useless, I can't even upload a firmware-image file, just pull OTA-Updates if available by vodafone.
The webinterface is built with vue, there are no ports open except 53 (DNS) and 80/443 for webinterface.
Since I'm a new user here, I have to link the other images externally:
, more images from the backside (@Borromini ) : https://imgbox.com/g/3k8fdCOPYB