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GL-Inet.com creates nice clones of TP-Link WR-703 routers. They run OpenWRT out of the box, and have 2 ethernet interfaces, a 2.4Ghz Wifi (802.11n) radio, a usb2.0 port and 5 free GPIO ports.
 
  
[[File:Glinet-pinout.png|thumb|left|GL-Inet Pinout]]
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GL-Inet.com creates nice clones of TP-Link WR-703 routers. They run OpenWRT out of the box, and have 2 ethernet interfaces, a 2.4Ghz Wifi (802.11n) radio, a usb2.0 port and 5 free GPIO ports. The first batch of 10 devices has arrived (2014/04/19)
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[[File:Gl-inet.png|thumb|right|GL-Inet]]
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==Specifications==
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{| class="wikitable"
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|Model || GL-iNet 6408A / 6416A
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|-
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|CPU || Atheros 9331  400MHZ
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|Rom/Ram || Ram DDR 64MB Rom 8MB (6408A), 16M (6416A)
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| Interface || 2x Gigabit RJ-45 (LAN/WAN), 1x USB2.0, 1x 1Micro USB(Power)
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| LED  || Wirless, Power
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|Wireless || IEEE802.11n/g/b、IEEE802.3、IEEE802.3u
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|Button || Press to toggle wireless radio; Press and hold for 8 seconds to restore factory default settings
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|Antenna || On-board
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|Browser Support || Chrome/Safari/Firefox/IE8-IE10
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|Mobile APP || Android, IOS
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|Dynamic DNS || Free build-in dynamic DNS
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|USB Storage Support || Support FAT32/EXFAT/EXT4/ETX3/EXT2/NTFS. FAT32/NTFS suggested. You may need separate power supply for your mass USB storage disk.
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|USB Webcam Support || MJPG or YUV
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|Firmware upgrade || One-click upgrade; auto upgrade.
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|DIY Features || Uboot web interface; Uart soldered;  5 GPIO
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|Power Supply |5V/1A micro USB
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|Size || 58mm*58mm*22mm
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|Weight || 42g (router only)
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|Power Consumption || Less than 1watt
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|Temperature || Working temperature 0 tot 45 Storage Temperature -40 tot 70
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|}
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==OpenWRT==
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[[File:Glinet-pinout.png|thumb|right|GL-Inet Pinout]]
  
 
The device runs OpenWRT out of the box, but it's quite easy to build your own image. Currently revspace has 1 GL-inet 16MB device, and an order has been made for a batch of 20, which should arrive somewhere around the end of April 2014.
 
The device runs OpenWRT out of the box, but it's quite easy to build your own image. Currently revspace has 1 GL-inet 16MB device, and an order has been made for a batch of 20, which should arrive somewhere around the end of April 2014.
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It might be interesting to host a local build-environment for the GL-Inet, as building a custom build means you can't use the normal repositories for kernel-packages.
 
It might be interesting to host a local build-environment for the GL-Inet, as building a custom build means you can't use the normal repositories for kernel-packages.
  
The first batch of 10 devices has arrived (2014/04/19)
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==Links==
  
 
OpenWRT Patch: https://dev.openwrt.org/ticket/15632
 
OpenWRT Patch: https://dev.openwrt.org/ticket/15632
  
 
Build instructions for OpenWRT: https://gitlab.com/Raymii/openwrt-gl-inet/tree/master
 
Build instructions for OpenWRT: https://gitlab.com/Raymii/openwrt-gl-inet/tree/master

Revision as of 04:57, 22 April 2014

Project GL-Inet
Status In progress
Contact User:FooBar
Last Update 2014-04-22


GL-Inet.com creates nice clones of TP-Link WR-703 routers. They run OpenWRT out of the box, and have 2 ethernet interfaces, a 2.4Ghz Wifi (802.11n) radio, a usb2.0 port and 5 free GPIO ports. The first batch of 10 devices has arrived (2014/04/19)

GL-Inet

Specifications

Model GL-iNet 6408A / 6416A
CPU Atheros 9331 400MHZ
Rom/Ram Ram DDR 64MB Rom 8MB (6408A), 16M (6416A)
Interface 2x Gigabit RJ-45 (LAN/WAN), 1x USB2.0, 1x 1Micro USB(Power)
LED Wirless, Power
Wireless IEEE802.11n/g/b、IEEE802.3、IEEE802.3u
Button Press to toggle wireless radio; Press and hold for 8 seconds to restore factory default settings
Antenna On-board
Browser Support Chrome/Safari/Firefox/IE8-IE10
Mobile APP Android, IOS
Dynamic DNS Free build-in dynamic DNS
USB Storage Support Support FAT32/EXFAT/EXT4/ETX3/EXT2/NTFS. FAT32/NTFS suggested. You may need separate power supply for your mass USB storage disk.
USB Webcam Support MJPG or YUV
Firmware upgrade One-click upgrade; auto upgrade.
DIY Features Uboot web interface; Uart soldered; 5 GPIO
5V/1A micro USB
Size 58mm*58mm*22mm
Weight 42g (router only)
Power Consumption Less than 1watt
Temperature Working temperature 0 tot 45 Storage Temperature -40 tot 70

OpenWRT

GL-Inet Pinout

The device runs OpenWRT out of the box, but it's quite easy to build your own image. Currently revspace has 1 GL-inet 16MB device, and an order has been made for a batch of 20, which should arrive somewhere around the end of April 2014.

It might be interesting to host a local build-environment for the GL-Inet, as building a custom build means you can't use the normal repositories for kernel-packages.

Links

OpenWRT Patch: https://dev.openwrt.org/ticket/15632

Build instructions for OpenWRT: https://gitlab.com/Raymii/openwrt-gl-inet/tree/master