Posts with the tag Routers
- SoC: Lantiq GRX388 - Feature-rich SoC for 2x2/3x3 WLAN, 3xGE Gateway
- Modem: Lantiq VRX318 - ADSL2/2+/VDSL Transceiver and Line Drive
- WiFi: Qualcomm Atheros QCA9880 - 3-stream 802.11ac radio solution
Network Call Monitor
Activate the feature by calling:
#96*5* activate call monitor support #96*4* deactivate call monitor support
The TL-WDR4900 is a Gigabit router made by the Chinese network equipment producer TP-Link.
|P1014||16MB||128MB||4x1 GigE||1x1 GigE||x2 v2.0||Yes|
The most important chips:
- CPU: Freescale Semiconductor P1014
- Switch: Atheros AR8327N
- 2.4 GHz: Atheros AR9381
- 5 GHz: Atheros AR9580
The power supply of this device has...
The TL-WDR4300 is an up-to-date router of the Chinese network equipment producer TP-Link.
|AR9344||8MB||128MB||4x1 GigE||1x1 GigE||x2 v2.0||Yes||Yes|
I'm replacing my TP-Link TL-WR1043ND with that newer and faster model. Most of the hints and tricks for OpenWrt on the TL-WR1043ND given on that page still work for this...
This is a really compact and cheap router to take with you to hotels etc. to secure your internet access via VPN or redistribute a network.
I put some photos I made of...
Suppose we have the following setup:
- A Computer with Ubuntu installed and two physical network interfaces (might also be virtual, but that's advanced)
- We have an internet connection on this computer set up and working. Internet traffic goes out (and in) on the network interface
- We want to create a private subnet