Tp-link archer T2UH

Can you use the usb tp-link usb wifi adapter archer T2UH en Lede?
Are there packages for him?

when you plug in the device to a usb port and run lsusb, what does it show? you might need to install the usbutils first. opkg install usbutils, you will need to find out what type of wifi adapter it is in order to know which kernel module you will need. for instance kmod-brcmfmac and kmod-brcmutil.

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Hi, thanks for answering and sorry for answering you so far. this is the output that lsusb gives


The specifications of the TP-LINK archer T2UH ac600 are:
USB 2.0
Connector: Male A
Form factor tags: dongle
WI1 chip1: MediaTek MT7610U
Probable Linux driver:

I would like very much if you can help me

so go to available packages and search for drivers/modules etc..then you would have to add that usb as a radio, or whatever you decide to do with it

I have the TP-Link 5 GHZ USB wireless adapter and did not need to add anything to LEDE to use it.

Just the usual setup for 5 GHZ radio.

Excuse me for being a little ignorant on this subject but I am a newbie. I would like you to show me how to configure the 5 GHz wireless adapter tp-link

You configure the 5 GHZ radio in the router settings.

Check out the LEDE documentation section...

I have the same problem. Could you solve it?

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