I am a volunteer with the Personal Telco Project, located in Portland, Oregon USA. The Personal Telco Project is a 501c3 non-profit Community Wireless Network. I first became involved in 2005, and very soon became the technical lead on a mesh network, and then was involved in building software infrastructure for our mostly hot-spot networks. In 2006, I started building OpenWrt particularly for use with wifi mapping devices, initially running on Netgear WGT634U. Over time, use expanded to support myriad tasks, including scientific data loggers, network gateways, batman-adv mesh networks, and dumb access points. I currently maintain a test bed consisting of:

  • Netgear WGT634U
  • Soekris net4501
  • Soekris net4826
  • Accton MR3201A
  • Ubiquiti RouterStation
  • Ubiquiti AirRouter
  • Ubiquiti Bullet 2
  • Ubiquiti NanoStation 2
  • Ubiquiti NanoStation 5
  • Ubiquiti Bullet M2HP
  • Ubiquiti Bullet M5HP
  • Ubiquiti NanoStation Loco M2
  • Ubiquiti NanoStation M900
  • PCEngines Alix 2D13
  • PCEngines Alix 3D
  • PCEngines APU1
  • PCEngines APU2
  • Netgear WNDR3800
  • Buffalo WZR600DHP
  • TP-Link TP-WDR3600
  • TP-Link Archer C7 v2
  • AsiaRF AWM002
  • D-Link DIR-860L B1
  • PogoPlug V3
  • Cisco Meraki MR24

I also have a few Linksys WRT54G and Buffalo WHR-HP-54G still in shrink wrap, but most of the WRT54G's have gone to recycling. We have a considerable supply of the WGT634Us still and still have a few deployed.

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  • Last modified: 2018/01/22 22:32
  • by tmomas