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| Interface || 2x Gigabit RJ-45 (LAN/WAN), 1x USB2.0, 1x 1Micro USB(Power)
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|Wireless || IEEE802.11n/g/b、IEEE802.3、IEEE802.3u
 
|Wireless || IEEE802.11n/g/b、IEEE802.3、IEEE802.3u

Revision as of 16:11, 2 May 2014

Project GL-Inet
Status In progress
Contact User:FooBar
Last Update 2014-05-02


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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Specifications

Model GL-iNet 6408A / 6416A
CPU Atheros 9331 400MHZ
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

OpenWRT Forum topic: https://forum.openwrt.org/viewtopic.php?id=47715&p=2

Images: http://galeria.tech-blog.pl/GLiNet/

More images: http://shiki.tk/?p=2888

Externe antenne: http://shiki.tk/?p=2940