Re: Anyone interested to design own OpenWRT Hardware ?

Orca wrote:

lots of words...

so what is your point?

All the waiting and then the CPU ventilator brrrrrr all the time.

Re: Anyone interested to design own OpenWRT Hardware ?

flux wrote:
Orca wrote:

lots of words...

so what is your point?

My point is, that there IS a market and a demand but that this demand is not being satisfied. True innovation is only being delivered in homeopathic quantities.. And it especially insults my intelligence when you come to this forum, where you would expect a lot of geeks, and try to impress. With what??? 1GBit of flash? DualCore with 16Bit wide memory connection? And it does play music, wow. Does it have electrolytes? How about water cooling? Someday we will learn how to make fire.

Why can't I buy a device with say 512MiB of RAM, install (and configure) OpenWrt+Software on it and be happy with it for the next 10 years? I don't want to use a PC for that, because it consumes to much energy.
No, first they offer merely 16MiB of RAM, uh then 32MiB with GBit PHY but (no GBit Switch), but now I need to wait until somebody wrote drivers for the other stuff the 32MiB come with because there aren't any, then 128MiB and this time with GBit switch as well, but uh, there no DSL-Drivers and the manufacturer only supports closed source drivers for the 2.4 Kernel, and so on ad infinitum. And, hmmm, if Linksys would not have made the MISTAKE with the GPL, hey, maybe there would not even be an alternative to a PC.

And there are NO technical reasons for that. They simply enjoy selling half-developed shit. And then half-ass upgrades of it every now and then. Then they claim: "development is to expensive". Aha!

BTW, did you notice, the pandaboard SoC does support GBit. Great he? Nah almost, because luckily somebody managed to connect it through USB......... lol

Now for the (originally...)  intended buyer's group this won't be a big deal, but this is the point: this device is not as generally suitable now, as it could have been. And if you make such genius decisions, don't complain that you cannot sell enough to offer a reasonable price from the beginning. Well, and the same is true for Shiva bla.

Ahhhh, let's just wait until Microsoft brings Windows for ARM and put all our shit in "the cloud". Happy days...

Re: Anyone interested to design own OpenWRT Hardware ?

Dear Orca, please consider posting in more formal business style or support reply style to improve readability. You would hit harder with your point that way.

Re: Anyone interested to design own OpenWRT Hardware ?

Orca wrote:

How is the CESA performance? How the support?
Then some MIPSs CPUs but for OpenSSL:    http://wiki.openwrt.org/inbox/benchmark.openssl

Quite Impressive! Already supported since r23229 and renamed in r23383
Wiki updated. Here is the full report:

# openssl speed md5 sha1 sha256 sha512 des des-ede3 aes-128-cbc aes-192-cbc aes-256-cbc rsa2048 dsa2048
Doing md5 for 3s on 16 size blocks: 212888 md5's in 2.99s
Doing md5 for 3s on 64 size blocks: 195755 md5's in 2.97s
Doing md5 for 3s on 256 size blocks: 151027 md5's in 2.99s
Doing md5 for 3s on 1024 size blocks: 76084 md5's in 2.98s
Doing md5 for 3s on 8192 size blocks: 14126 md5's in 2.98s
Doing sha1 for 3s on 16 size blocks: 147040 sha1's in 2.99s
Doing sha1 for 3s on 64 size blocks: 116379 sha1's in 2.98s
Doing sha1 for 3s on 256 size blocks: 63409 sha1's in 2.98s
Doing sha1 for 3s on 1024 size blocks: 22275 sha1's in 2.98s
Doing sha1 for 3s on 8192 size blocks: 3192 sha1's in 2.99s
Doing sha256 for 3s on 16 size blocks: 158868 sha256's in 2.98s
Doing sha256 for 3s on 64 size blocks: 98572 sha256's in 2.98s
Doing sha256 for 3s on 256 size blocks: 46326 sha256's in 2.99s
Doing sha256 for 3s on 1024 size blocks: 14839 sha256's in 2.97s
Doing sha256 for 3s on 8192 size blocks: 2013 sha256's in 2.99s
Doing sha512 for 3s on 16 size blocks: 36863 sha512's in 2.98s
Doing sha512 for 3s on 64 size blocks: 36869 sha512's in 2.98s
Doing sha512 for 3s on 256 size blocks: 13217 sha512's in 2.98s
Doing sha512 for 3s on 1024 size blocks: 4519 sha512's in 2.97s
Doing sha512 for 3s on 8192 size blocks: 632 sha512's in 2.99s
Doing des cbc for 3s on 16 size blocks: 693250 des cbc's in 2.98s
Doing des cbc for 3s on 64 size blocks: 186684 des cbc's in 2.98s
Doing des cbc for 3s on 256 size blocks: 47582 des cbc's in 2.98s
Doing des cbc for 3s on 1024 size blocks: 11956 des cbc's in 2.99s
Doing des cbc for 3s on 8192 size blocks: 1491 des cbc's in 2.98s
Doing des ede3 for 3s on 16 size blocks: 260180 des ede3's in 2.98s
Doing des ede3 for 3s on 64 size blocks: 66914 des ede3's in 2.99s
Doing des ede3 for 3s on 256 size blocks: 16851 des ede3's in 2.98s
Doing des ede3 for 3s on 1024 size blocks: 4220 des ede3's in 2.99s
Doing des ede3 for 3s on 8192 size blocks: 526 des ede3's in 2.98s
Doing aes-128 cbc for 3s on 16 size blocks: 369986 aes-128 cbc's in 2.99s
Doing aes-128 cbc for 3s on 64 size blocks: 112608 aes-128 cbc's in 2.98s
Doing aes-128 cbc for 3s on 256 size blocks: 29496 aes-128 cbc's in 2.99s
Doing aes-128 cbc for 3s on 1024 size blocks: 7308 aes-128 cbc's in 2.98s
Doing aes-128 cbc for 3s on 8192 size blocks: 934 aes-128 cbc's in 2.99s
Doing aes-192 cbc for 3s on 16 size blocks: 341481 aes-192 cbc's in 2.98s
Doing aes-192 cbc for 3s on 64 size blocks: 96886 aes-192 cbc's in 2.98s
Doing aes-192 cbc for 3s on 256 size blocks: 24780 aes-192 cbc's in 2.98s
Doing aes-192 cbc for 3s on 1024 size blocks: 6214 aes-192 cbc's in 2.99s
Doing aes-192 cbc for 3s on 8192 size blocks: 797 aes-192 cbc's in 2.98s
Doing aes-256 cbc for 3s on 16 size blocks: 258017 aes-256 cbc's in 2.99s
Doing aes-256 cbc for 3s on 64 size blocks: 77504 aes-256 cbc's in 2.98s
Doing aes-256 cbc for 3s on 256 size blocks: 20425 aes-256 cbc's in 2.99s
Doing aes-256 cbc for 3s on 1024 size blocks: 5452 aes-256 cbc's in 2.98s
Doing aes-256 cbc for 3s on 8192 size blocks: 695 aes-256 cbc's in 2.99s
Doing 2048 bit private rsa's for 10s: 51 2048 bit private RSA's in 10.05s
Doing 2048 bit public rsa's for 10s: 1909 2048 bit public RSA's in 9.96s
Doing 2048 bit sign dsa's for 10s: 193 2048 bit DSA signs in 9.99s
Doing 2048 bit verify dsa's for 10s: 159 2048 bit DSA verify in 9.98s
OpenSSL 1.0.0d 8 Feb 2011
built on: Wed Feb 23 08:12:33 CET 2011
options:bn(64,32) rc4(ptr,char) des(idx,cisc,2,long) aes(partial) blowfish(ptr) 
compiler: arm-openwrt-linux-uclibcgnueabi-gcc -fPIC -DOPENSSL_PIC -DZLIB_SHARED -DZLIB -DDSO_DLFCN -DHAVE_DLFCN_H -I/home/buildslave/openwrt1/orion/build/staging_dir/target-arm_v5t_uClibc-0.9.32_eabi/usr/include -I/home/buildslave/openwrt1/orion/build/staging_dir/target-arm_v5t_uClibc-0.9.32_eabi/include -I/home/buildslave/openwrt1/orion/build/staging_dir/toolchain-arm_v5t_gcc-4.3.3+cs_uClibc-0.9.32_eabi/usr/include -I/home/buildslave/openwrt1/orion/build/staging_dir/toolchain-arm_v5t_gcc-4.3.3+cs_uClibc-0.9.32_eabi/include -DOPENSSL_SMALL_FOOTPRINT -DHAVE_CRYPTODEV -DOPENSSL_NO_ERR -DTERMIO -Os -pipe -march=armv5t -mtune=xscale -funit-at-a-time -fhonour-copts -msoft-float -fpic -fomit-frame-pointer -Wall
The 'numbers' are in 1000s of bytes per second processed.
type             16 bytes     64 bytes    256 bytes   1024 bytes   8192 bytes
md5               1139.20k     4218.29k    12930.74k    26144.30k    38832.28k
sha1               786.84k     2499.41k     5447.22k     7654.23k     8745.44k
des cbc           3722.15k     4009.32k     4087.58k     4094.63k     4098.75k
des ede3          1396.94k     1432.27k     1447.60k     1445.24k     1445.97k
aes-128 cbc       1979.86k     2418.43k     2525.41k     2511.21k     2558.97k
aes-192 cbc       1833.46k     2080.77k     2128.75k     2128.14k     2190.95k
aes-256 cbc       1380.69k     1664.52k     1748.76k     1873.44k     1904.16k
sha256             852.98k     2116.98k     3966.37k     5116.21k     5515.22k
sha512             197.92k      791.82k     1135.42k     1558.07k     1731.55k
                  sign    verify    sign/s verify/s
rsa 2048 bits 0.197059s 0.005217s      5.1    191.7
                  sign    verify    sign/s verify/s
dsa 2048 bits 0.051762s 0.062767s     19.3     15.9

# cat /proc/cpuinfo 
Processor       : Feroceon rev 0 (v5l)
BogoMIPS        : 332.59
Features        : swp half fastmult edsp 
CPU implementer : 0x41
CPU architecture: 5TEJ
CPU variant     : 0x0
CPU part        : 0x926
CPU revision    : 0

Hardware        : Netgear WNR854T
Revision        : 0000
Serial          : 0000000000000000

# cat /proc/crypto
name         : arc4
driver       : arc4-generic
module       : arc4
priority     : 0
refcnt       : 1
selftest     : passed
type         : cipher
blocksize    : 1
min keysize  : 1
max keysize  : 256

name         : stdrng
driver       : krng
module       : kernel
priority     : 200
refcnt       : 1
selftest     : passed
type         : rng
seedsize     : 0

name         : zlib
driver       : zlib-generic
module       : kernel
priority     : 0
refcnt       : 1
selftest     : passed
type         : pcomp

name         : aes
driver       : aes-generic
module       : kernel
priority     : 100
refcnt       : 1
selftest     : passed
type         : cipher
blocksize    : 16
min keysize  : 16
max keysize  : 32
Netgear WNR854T (ARM Marvell Orion CPU 500MHz, Marvell 88W8361P mini-PCI STA only, 8/32MB) - trunk r17427 since 09/09/09 to 06-06-12 GLOD
TP-LINK TL-WR741ND v1.9 (Atheros AR7240 CPU 350MHz, Atheros AR9285 Chipset, 4/32MB) - trunk r23281 since 10/10/10
TP-LINK TL-MR3420 v1.1, TL-MR3220 v1.2 - trunk r25302 since 11/11/11
TP-LINK TL-WR842ND v1.0, TL-WR1043ND v1.8 - 12.09-rc1 since 12/12/12

30 (edited by Orca 2011-02-25 21:05:27)

Re: Anyone interested to design own OpenWRT Hardware ?

@Nilfred
1. Why do you post this here? I think, I did stay on topic. I merely ranted on some mistakes made during development
2a. From 2009:  http://lists.debian.org/debian-arm/2009/11/msg00101.html
2b. http://code.google.com/p/openrd/issues/detail?id=18
3. The p?nis of my feroceon (Dockstar) is bigger then the one of your feroceon (Orion)
4. The p?nis of my desktop PC is sooo huge, you could see it from space

@fmenne: If you want help with development, next time try developer-forum ;-)

Re: Anyone interested to design own OpenWRT Hardware ?

1. I did quote you.
2. There are some progress on CESA DMA from 14 Aug 2009: http://www.mail-archive.com/linux-crypto@vger.kernel.org/msg03696.html
3. I used to have a GuruPlug. It doesn't last longer.
4. Offtopic, really, but... I don't thing so.

Netgear WNR854T (ARM Marvell Orion CPU 500MHz, Marvell 88W8361P mini-PCI STA only, 8/32MB) - trunk r17427 since 09/09/09 to 06-06-12 GLOD
TP-LINK TL-WR741ND v1.9 (Atheros AR7240 CPU 350MHz, Atheros AR9285 Chipset, 4/32MB) - trunk r23281 since 10/10/10
TP-LINK TL-MR3420 v1.1, TL-MR3220 v1.2 - trunk r25302 since 11/11/11
TP-LINK TL-WR842ND v1.0, TL-WR1043ND v1.8 - 12.09-rc1 since 12/12/12

Re: Anyone interested to design own OpenWRT Hardware ?

Btw, I've just found some references about new ASUS "gaming" router - RT-N66U.
It features Broadcom 600MHz CPU, Dual-Band radio, 2xUSB and... 1GB DDR2 RAM.
There's no much information about this device so far, but it looks undoubtedly very promising. Suppose, the only downside will be its price.

Really, still can't believe that they finally made a router with plenty of RAM.

Re: Anyone interested to design own OpenWRT Hardware ?

O, thanks for the information. Sounds good, let's wait for release and official information.

Then let's see, what happens first:
  * somebody magically creates good, solid Linux drivers for the broadcom hardware (on which this device is probably based on), or
  * somebody offers a router with 1GiB of RAM based on hardware, for which there already are good, stable Linux drivers.

Who ever comes first, wins.

I still haven't tried DD-WRT (not good choice on my ar71xx), but from what I have read so far, it does not offer me the possibilities OpenWrt offers me. (opkg)

But hey, if the manufacturers do not offer what I want to buy, I can easily spent my money on other stuff or save it.

Re: Anyone interested to design own OpenWRT Hardware ?

Exactly, another downside I forgot about is lack of opensource drivers for broadcom... Maybe it's even worse than high prices.

There's also some kind of optware with opkg available in DD-WRT. Nonetheless openwrt's approach to compiling firmware (with well documented build system) and using files to store configuration instead of setting nvram values is much simplier, logical and better understandable, I think.

Re: Anyone interested to design own OpenWRT Hardware ?

Orca, I enjoyed your rants.  Thanks.

Re: Anyone interested to design own OpenWRT Hardware ?

Hi Folks,

just wanted to give an update. I have found a big taiwan electronic manufacturer which will build the router for us. Systems will be available in September.
Currently we have a prototype and preparing for CE certificationl

Tech Specifications:
   Ralink RT3662F @ 500 MhZ
   64 MB Flash
   256 MB Ram
   Mini PC Express Connector inside
   Compact FLash Connector inside
   2 x USB external powered with 1A (against problems with 2.5 inch HDDs)
   2 Antennas (one internal, one external), external Antenna with BNC Connector
   RTL8357 Switch, 5 Eternet Ports
   Prepared for RT 5392 (second dualband Wireless Transceiver for Video) with 2 additional antennas
   JTAG Interface (internal)
   Serial Interface (internal)

The selling price is also clear now: 89€ including tax.

Re: Anyone interested to design own OpenWRT Hardware ?

Hi Frank,

I applaud your efforts here and I'll certainly be looking closely at the devices once they're on the market.

Thanks,

Sam

Re: Anyone interested to design own OpenWRT Hardware ?

fmenne wrote:

Hi Folks,

just wanted to give an update. I have found a big taiwan electronic manufacturer which will build the router for us. Systems will be available in September.
Currently we have a prototype and preparing for CE certificationl

Tech Specifications:
   Ralink RT3662F @ 500 MhZ
   64 MB Flash
   256 MB Ram
   Mini PC Express Connector inside
   Compact FLash Connector inside
   2 x USB external powered with 1A (against problems with 2.5 inch HDDs)
   2 Antennas (one internal, one external), external Antenna with BNC Connector
   RTL8357 Switch, 5 Eternet Ports
   Prepared for RT 5392 (second dualband Wireless Transceiver for Video) with 2 additional antennas
   JTAG Interface (internal)
   Serial Interface (internal)

Excellent. If I may suggest as follows:

- Use a multi-core CPU and pump it to at least 1.2GHz.
- Add an internal support for an SDHC card.
- Add a support for USB3 instead of USB2.

The selling price is also clear now: 89€ including tax.

That is a bit out of my budget, ATM. sad

Mazi

39 (edited by aport 2011-07-13 17:33:37)

Re: Anyone interested to design own OpenWRT Hardware ?

What's the status of wi-fi drivers for the RT3662?

It's a rockin platform though, nice choice on the switch too.

A little work needs to be done in trunk to add support for the 3662. I have a patch I made which adds support for the SoC, but I don't know how "clean" it is. Also have patches for the USB drivers and some other junk. Not a lot of work if you have the SDK or datasheets, but if anyone wants them just contact me.

Re: Anyone interested to design own OpenWRT Hardware ?

Hi,

we have access to the Ralink T3 Documentation system (SDK, "Reference - Linux" and documentation).
But it would be cool when a "senior developer" would take a look at our results.. ;-)

Frank

41 (edited by aport 2011-07-13 18:05:05)

Re: Anyone interested to design own OpenWRT Hardware ?

Here's the patch:
http://www.mediafire.com/?0mzsyq2fpk0oy9o

It was made against an older trunk a while back. I had a reference board for about two days, and that's what I got finished. This was my first time trying my hand at something like this, so I'm certain it could be improved... but at least you can get up and running with it. CPU speed is proper and the USB does work.

I did it by making another subtarget, though the SoC does have very much in common with the RT305X. So, it's a bit wasteful...

Re: Anyone interested to design own OpenWRT Hardware ?

fmenne wrote:

Hi Folks,

just wanted to give an update. I have found a big taiwan electronic manufacturer which will build the router for us. Systems will be available in September.
Currently we have a prototype and preparing for CE certificationl

Tech Specifications:
   Ralink RT3662F @ 500 MhZ
   64 MB Flash
   256 MB Ram
   Mini PC Express Connector inside
   Compact FLash Connector inside
   2 x USB external powered with 1A (against problems with 2.5 inch HDDs)
   2 Antennas (one internal, one external), external Antenna with BNC Connector
   RTL8357 Switch, 5 Eternet Ports
   Prepared for RT 5392 (second dualband Wireless Transceiver for Video) with 2 additional antennas
   JTAG Interface (internal)
   Serial Interface (internal)

The selling price is also clear now: 89€ including tax.

That doesn't sound that bad. So your competitors are something like this:  http://gh.de/?cat=wlanrout&xf=758_DD-WRT~758_Dual+Band+%28simultan%29&sort=p and the guru plugs and so on. But you do have a couple of unique selling points. Don't forget to mention them. ;-) If you really can deliver in september, you should anounce that and the hardware features, so potential customers wait until then with a new purchase. Your features are rare.

An important point which has been forgotten: what about the bootloader? I think people here without exception would very strongly recommend uboot:
http://wiki.openwrt.org/doc/techref/bootloader/uboot

If your uboot-version would support booting from usb, like the uboot version by jeff doozan for the dockstar does, that would be the dot on the i


Now of course the x86-world wasn't sleeping:
~ 80 Bucks for Board, CPU and GPU: http://gh.de/?cat=mbson&xf=1123_AMD+E-350&sort=p
~ 20 Bucks for 4GiB of RAM:   http://gh.de/?cat=ramddr3&xf=253_4096&sort=r
But it seems to be a pain in the ass to get a decent power supply for this and then some cheep casing and a GBit-switch and maybe some WLAN solution.

At 90Bucks you should be able to compete with them. So, let's see how it competes on the market.

Re: Anyone interested to design own OpenWRT Hardware ?

Hi, Silversurfer

Thanks for the USB - Boot Hint. We will integrate that.
Regarding Market Analysis: I am of the same opinion - relation between price / features / performance is OK
in comparation with a CPU Board, Power Adaptor, Ram and CF Card solution.

There are two marketing channels: One "Consumer Line" (just a router with AV Scanning, Web-Content-Filter and Antispam)
and one Line for the openwrt Community (The people who have a JTAG adapter ;-)). Currently I am not sure where to announce the
OpenWRT - Version....

Frank

Re: Anyone interested to design own OpenWRT Hardware ?

fmenne wrote:

Hi, Silversurfer
Thanks for the USB - Boot Hint. We will integrate that.

Wonderful. What bootloader are you using?

fmenne wrote:

There are two marketing channels: One "Consumer Line" (just a router with AV Scanning, Web-Content-Filter and Antispam)
and one Line for the openwrt Community (The people who have a JTAG adapter ;-)). Currently I am not sure where to announce the
OpenWrt - Version....
Frank

I cannot imagine blunt marketing would be tolerated in the wiki, but for certain you can document the hardware features!
Insert one entry here:  http://wiki.openwrt.org/toh/start
Then create an own wiki page for the device: http://wiki.openwrt.org/toh/company_xy/model_z1

There is a template: http://wiki.openwrt.org/meta/template_device
And an example: http://wiki.openwrt.org/toh/tp-link/tl-wr1043nd

Don't bother with OpenWrt-stuff, but concentrate on the hardware: hardware features, a picture from the PCB, point out JTAG + Serial headers and Voltage levels, maybe recommend a JTAG software, etc.

As long as there is no flash-image ready for download http://downloads.openwrt.org/snapshots/trunk/, it may be helpful to give some hints for building the firmware. Like here:  http://wiki.openwrt.org/doc/howtobuild/start

Mind the license for any wikicontent: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/ !

If your product won't be obtainable from shops, but only directly from your company, it may also be ok to link to it. But I think the point is, to inform potential customers about your hardware features + release date. Anybody interested in the hardware would then easily find your shop using google.

Re: Anyone interested to design own OpenWRT Hardware ?

I would also be interested in helping to market this platform, please contact me?

Carl

Re: Anyone interested to design own OpenWRT Hardware ?

fmenne wrote:

I have found a big taiwan electronic manufacturer which will build the router for us.

OMG

Tech Specifications:
   Ralink RT3662F @ 500 MhZ
   64 MB Flash
   256 MB Ram
   Mini PC Express Connector inside
   Compact FLash Connector inside
   2 x USB external powered with 1A (against problems with 2.5 inch HDDs)
   2 Antennas (one internal, one external), external Antenna with BNC Connector
   RTL8357 Switch, 5 Eternet Ports
   Prepared for RT 5392 (second dualband Wireless Transceiver for Video) with 2 additional antennas
   JTAG Interface (internal)
   Serial Interface (internal)

The selling price is also clear now: 89€ including tax.

What will be the brands for RAM and ROM?
Quality of PCB?
What is the story about main power supply and on-board voltage regulator?
Any EMI shields or just plastic box? Or just board?

Re: Anyone interested to design own OpenWRT Hardware ?

Hi Folks,

Some updates on this project:
We are now in Mass production Cycle. Specifications changed slightly:

- 32 MB Primary Flash and 4 GB secondary flash (behind USB Flash Controller)
- Regarding the used components: The System war designed by Taiwan's third-biggest
  contracting-manufacturer of wireless products. So we are in a high - quality mass production
  environment here.
- We finished successfully all this CE - tests (plastic case with internal metal cages), Parts are UL listed, FCC cert. is prepared
- External power Supply (Wall Plug) with internal regulators (as usual)

We ported UBOOT / Openwrt to make it ready for the community.
For our internal products we use a full featured Linux

here are some pictures

http://s1255.photobucket.com/albums/hh637/fmenne/?action=view&current=rl02.jpg
http://s1255.photobucket.com/albums/hh637/fmenne/?action=view&current=rl01.jpg


Frank


cybernoid wrote:
fmenne wrote:

I have found a big taiwan electronic manufacturer which will build the router for us.

OMG

Tech Specifications:
   Ralink RT3662F @ 500 MhZ
   64 MB Flash
   256 MB Ram
   Mini PC Express Connector inside
   Compact FLash Connector inside
   2 x USB external powered with 1A (against problems with 2.5 inch HDDs)
   2 Antennas (one internal, one external), external Antenna with BNC Connector
   RTL8357 Switch, 5 Eternet Ports
   Prepared for RT 5392 (second dualband Wireless Transceiver for Video) with 2 additional antennas
   JTAG Interface (internal)
   Serial Interface (internal)

The selling price is also clear now: 89€ including tax.

What will be the brands for RAM and ROM?
Quality of PCB?
What is the story about main power supply and on-board voltage regulator?
Any EMI shields or just plastic box? Or just board?

Re: Anyone interested to design own OpenWRT Hardware ?

Could you please make clear(not blury) hi-res, at least 5Mpix, photo of PCB. Or scan it at 600dpi.
Thanks

Re: Anyone interested to design own OpenWRT Hardware ?

fmenne wrote:

We ported UBOOT / Openwrt to make it ready for the community.

Make sure your UBOOT factory default settings include these features: EXT4 FS + an external USB2 partition to boot + booting over LAN.

The box doesn't look appealing, i.e. ugly, to attract consumers, YMMV.

Mazi

Re: Anyone interested to design own OpenWRT Hardware ?

Is your OS based on OpenWrt?

Where can the device be purchased? When? Still € 90,-?