I think for this to be viable market place item it needs to be sold on Amazon.com for the US and much of Europe.
As a vendor, to be taken seriously, you should have a direct link to the product and complete specs on your own website. I can not find this on the ".com" site. The ".cn" site shows at least six links to the same FS-WR106 at different prices, too confusing.
Exactly what version of what is on the delivered product, and is there a repository that supports this. You have nothing on the OpenWrt site. What is meant by a "Support System"?
You reference OpenWrt, but this is LEDE. I will suggest the following actions: 1 - Send some sample units for free to the developers 2 - Build a version based on 17.01 if possible, and submit required patches for upcoming maintenance releases so this can be made available directly from LEDE.
To stand out as a vendor, I will suggest you create an enhanced version of firmware, again based upon the standard release, that offers support above the basic LEDE image for all included hardware features in your device. As VPN is popular, a additional version with OpenVPN installed might also be good. These firmware's would be made available from your site's product support pages and should most importantly use the standard repository for the base release version of firmware.
You also should include a list of the PCIe modules you have tested and approved, along with documentation for how to install\configure these for LEDE.
Indirectly related, on your .com site you have at least 3 links to (the cute) FS-AP221. If they are the same there should be just 1 link, if they are different they should have different part numbers.
There are very few devices available with OpenWrt installed from the factory, and there are NO LEDE devices at present. It does not matter how truly good your device is at this point, you need to build some credibility. This starts with good content on what you are offering, followed by a product with a factory delivered release version of LEDE (even the basic image to start as this is easy to upgrade) and a global delivery channel.
You can visit it, if you don't buy, no one will ask you to login an account. Like LEDE, if you just see the topics, you don't need an account, but if you want to say something here, you should have an account first.
Thanks for your suggestions. On alibaba site, it's for wholesale price, different quantity will get different price, it's just for reference, usually we will discuss details via email about these things. Different customer will have different demands.
I have recently acquired one of these- and it arrived today. Sadly, it's running on an ancient copy of Breaker Barrier, so I decided to test it against the ZBT WG3526 firmware, as other than the wireless chipsets being slightly different, the hardware appeared to be directly compatible.
I was right. The system panics with the mt7603e driver, and mt76x2e driver seems to be working, but I have yet to successfully test it.
I can get further data as necessary, and will try to work on a local build for myself- but since this is currently out of the running for a project I had hoped it would be ready for- I need to accomplish that task first.
Elena was kind enough to send me an updated OpenWRT 15.05 (Yes, 15.05), but does not have the sources, of course. Other than supporting it's hardware, this is a BONE STOCK OpenWRT build- quite unlike GL-Inet's builds.
I've confirmed that flashing the system with this image will bring it back- a 30/30/30 will give you a very basic HTTP page in Chinese where you can upload a binary image, which it will flash through when uploaded.
Just so we all have it, I've uploaded this binary to my GitHub-
I'll do a checkout of 17.01.1, and start from there.'
Edit: Update- trunk support for the ZBT-WE1326 was added yesterday, which appears to be the same device. I'm building it now..