[Battlemesh] [pau at dabax.net: Re: [Battlemesh-test] test-router platform upgrade, decide on numbers]
simon.wunderlich at s2003.tu-chemnitz.de
Tue Mar 19 12:41:37 CET 2013
(just forwarding Paus reply to the battlemesh ml)
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Date: Tue, 19 Mar 2013 12:26:53 +0100
From: Pau <pau at dabax.net>
To: battlemesh-test at ml.ninux.org
Subject: Re: [Battlemesh-test] test-router platform upgrade,
decide on numbers
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WDR3600 and WDR4300 are very good devices. I really like them and I
have no problems to report. Maybe the internal wifi is a little week
but enough for most of the scenarios.
30 would be a very good number!
On 19/03/13 01:10, Simon Wunderlich wrote:
> Hey battlemeshers,
> I've talked to Bastian Bittorf who (still) wants to lend/sponsor
> some routers for the event. He suggested to upgrade from the
> original proposed Buffalo WZR-HP-AG300H to something newer like
> the NETGEAR WNDR 4300 . It has lots of flash + memory (128 MiB both),
> AR9340 2.4 GHz for 802.11bgn (2 streams) and AR9580 5GHz 802.11an (3 streams),
> Gigabit Ethernet, even USB ..... These routers are also pretty well available.
> Doesn't sound so bad, eh? :)
> We'd like to hear your opinion - I don't have any experiences with these
> routers, maybe you have? Changing the platform is always a little bit risky,
> but maybe someone has some experience with this model? We need to order
> routers soon to make sure they arrive in time.
> Also, how many of them should we get?
> Would 30 be a reasonable number of routers for testing?
>  http://wiki.openwrt.org/toh/netgear/wndr4300
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