Hi all, firstposter,
I'd be interested in an OpenWRT support for the R350 unleashed. My coding experience etc. is limited, but I did gather a few things that suggest that the model should be compatible with OpenWRT.
Firstly, from local CLI I have the following mem stats:
------------ Target Used/Free memory ------------ HRAM : 11216544/3463520 bytes HCRAM : 1589536/2604768 bytes PRAM : 0/0 bytes SRAM : 60368112/25588720 bytes CALDB : 0/0 bytes HRING : 27904/4352 bytes TRAM : 0/32768 bytes BDF : 0/0 bytes HWIO : 0/0 bytes PHY_HW : 0/0 bytes (null) : 0/262144 bytes
The same cmd "support"->"support show" from CLI also shows that the default ruckus fw has UNIX.
Not sure about buffer though but what should I be looking for?
Anyway, also I found this: https://www.qualcomm.com/products/internet-of-things/networking/wi-fi-networks/networking-device-finder/ruckus-r350-indoor-access-point on Qualcomm's website.
The Cortex A53 chip is also shown on for example https://openwrt.org/docs/techref/instructionset/aarch64_cortex-a53 .
Is there any hope that this will work? The raw specs of the AP should make it a compelling candidate no?
And where should I start if I wanted to contribute?