[Cerowrt-devel] Fwd: wndr3800 replacement
dave.taht at gmail.com
Sat Mar 29 17:25:30 EDT 2014
On Sat, Mar 29, 2014 at 2:08 PM, Michael Richardson <mcr at sandelman.ca> wrote:
> Dave Taht <dave.taht at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> that is just fine. I don't expect 24-ports of GbE.
> >> (I was expecting that cisco switch to do that... sadly no lost packets
> >> on a $100 unmanaged FE switch...)
> > I started looking at the edgerouter LTE and related boxes again.
> > Does anyone else have one?
> I have ordered the 5-port POE one.
Does that support gigabit POE?
> My understanding is that it runs Vyatta. I would suspect that given that the
It is running an older version of vyatta, yes.
> edgerouter is MIPS, and has "special hardware", that VyOS might not have the
Not sure what the offloads buy you, except added latency. They are
easily disabled for testing various qdiscs... (can't remember the
> right support for that hardware. I'm going to talk to Ubiquity if I can on
> Monday. It might not make sense to run *Wrt on this device, not sure.
There is a pretty modern looking up-to-date build of openwrt for the
edgerouter, using 3.10, and so on. I am told however, that there are
some problems with the toolchain, which show up when you try to use
iptables. Haven't tried it myself (my edgerouter is 60km away), and
don't know how to flash openwrt onto it in the first place.
the current edgerouter firmware (v.1.4.1) is based on 3.4.23, and has
all the bugs in the 3.4 series.
I backported fq_codel and the latest flow hashing stuff to that
version; patch 0013 is a little problematic as yet:
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