The ALL0305 is a dual-band access-point/bridge system with aluminium outdoor IP68 enclosure. Support for the board used in the device was added to OpenWrt trunk and the device comes with a patched version backfire 10.03 pre-installed.

Install OpenWrt (generic explanation)

FIXME Please add the installation procedure here.

The ALL0305 got two wireless radio as well as an Gigabit Ethernet nic. By default, all network interfaces are bridged into one common interface.

The device listens to http and https request on IP to make the configuration easy. Set your LAN Network TCP/IP settings to Manual and set your local IP to (or any other address between and, Netmask No DNS, WINS or Gateway settings are required.

Point your webbrowser to (or to use a secure SSL/TLS connection).

Login to the device using the username 'root' (without the quotes), leave the password empty.

The password as well as a ssh public key to access the device should be set in the Administration section of the web interface.

To activate the wireless radios, open the configuration page of the corresponding radio:

  • WIFI0: 802.11b/g (2.4 GHz)
  • WIFI1: 802.11a (5 GHz)

In order to respect your local regulation rules, it is necessary to set the country code for each wireless radio. Note that as there is no globally valid regulation of frequencies in the 5 GHz range, the 802.11a (5 GHz) radio remains disabled unless a country code is set. Check the list of ISO3166 country codes to find your country code, e.g. 276 if you live in Germany.

The built-in AR5413 modules can work with both, madwifi or the fully GPLed ath5k driver; the ALL0305 comes with madwifi preinstalled. While madwifi fully supports all features of the WiFi modules, ath5k doesn't offer some features available only in the Atheros-domain (such as AR or XR). Therefore, in homogenous Atheros-environments, madwifi performs way better than ath5k. In some situations, however, using ath5k instead of madwifi helps, as it is closely integrated into the 802.11 stack shipped with the Linux kernel and therefore supports some new features like 802.11s mesh networking. If you are using a stock-binary from, you will need to install either kmod-madwifi OR kmod-ath5k (but NOT both!) before being able to use the wireless interfaces (the Allnet factory version comes with madwifi pre-installed)

For safety reasons, access to RedBoot is disabled by default. If you want to try OpenWrt trunk snapshots or your own home-baked Linux kernel, it makes sense to change the RedBoot configuration so you can access the bootloader in case something goes wrong. The bootloader configuration is stored in a seperate partition of the on-board flash memory. The best way is to install the fconfig tool and follow the instruction about RedBoot. i.e. set boot_script_timeout to something like 3 or 5 instead of 0 using fconfig. After having done this, you can then safely install a stock OpenWrt release e.g. by downloading Attitude Adjustment 12.09 for the ALL0305 or go bleeding edge by downloading a trunk snapshot and flashing it via sysupgrade.

Since this part is identical for all devices, see Basic configuration.

since it's missing in the standard allnet setup - install dnsmask:

ssh into the box #edit /etc/opkg.conf rc5 to rc6 opkg update opkg install dnsmask

enable dnsmasq service within luci enable dhcp for the desired interface in luci

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