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There is this little tiny TP-Link router, called the TL-WR703N.
 
There is this little tiny TP-Link router, called the TL-WR703N.

Revision as of 21:36, 21 August 2014

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Messing with TL-WR703N

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There is this little tiny TP-Link router, called the TL-WR703N.

Specs

  • 400mhz processor
  • 32mb ram
  • 4mb flash
  • usb2 port
  • ethernet
  • 802.11bgn wifi
  • very low power, about half a watt

Images

OpenWRT support this router awesomely. The default image is pretty good already. But adaption is fun, so..

Harkv6

This is an image with;

  • AICCU from SixXS (for v6 tunnel on dynamic ips)
  • gnokii (for sending SMS)
  • nano, instead of vi :D
  • radvd (for announcing v6 to clients)
  • full(ish) 3G support

Version 1; http://space.nurdspace.nl/~buzz/harkv6-1/


PirateBox

Attempt to do;

Linkdump

 
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