[Cerowrt-devel] WNDR alternative for higher capacity

Fred Stratton fredstratton at imap.cc
Sun Feb 9 14:38:59 EST 2014


Clicking on the pictures reveals a Realtek half-height wireless card.

On 09/02/14 19:18, Toke Høiland-Jørgensen wrote:
> Dave Taht <dave.taht at gmail.com> writes:
>> At the moment what I think I'm trying to do is divide the problem in
>> half, find a decent X86 based box with mini-pcie support, and solve
>> the gigE problem that way, and the wifi problem separately.
> Right, I was getting that impression.
>> The cost goes way up... The closest I've found so far to what I wanted
>> was the latest nuc with sata support. Still want two hardwired
>> ethernet ports which it doesn't have....
> Actually, the Shuttle DS47 barebone seems to fit the bill on that score:
> http://global.shuttle.com/products/productsDetail?productId=1718
> It's a celeron sandy bridge chip on the NM70 express chipset. Two
> minipcie slots, one half size and one full size. It comes with a wlan
> card in the half-size port, but can't find anywhere where it says which
> one. Also it has a slot for a 2.5" drive (so you don't have to use the
> big minipcie for msata), and dual Realtek 8111G Gbit ethernet. Even has
> two external serial ports. The only thing missing is external antennae,
> I think.
> Also not *that* pricey (compared to other x86 boxes). I can get it for
> ~$290 retail here in Sweden (without disk and RAM)... Was going to go
> for that unless someone comes up with a better idea :)
> -Toke
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