[Battlemesh] Hardware to bring for Battlemeshv12
Filipe Borges Teixeira
filipebteixeira at gmail.com
Sun Jul 7 20:46:39 CEST 2019
That's definitely a good set of hardware to test!
I would suggest that we find a slot on Tuesday to discuss the testbed setup
and eventually setting up different teams. Tuesday 16:30 seems free by now,
but I believe we can start the discussion earlier during lunch time :)
Please add your list of hardware to the wiki page so that we can have an
overview of the hardware available.
See you tomorrow!
Zachary Giles <zgiles at gmail.com> escreveu no dia domingo, 7/07/2019 à(s)
> I've been looking for a chance to check out the Turris models. I'm
> glad you're bringing a few.
> I happened to test the raw and wireguard performance of 4 models
> yesterday while preparing them for packing:
> GLinet B1300:
> Didnt test stock firmware; Forgot to do straight speedtest
> wireguard: 220down 120up
> Linksys WRT1900ACS:
> Stock Firmware : 800down 400up
> Openwrt: 800down 400up (sameish)
> wireguard: 730down 120up
> pings were flat, but variance was +/-20% on most readings
> Linksys WRT3200ACM:
> Stock Firmware: 820down 430up
> Openwrt: 865down 430up
> wireguard: 700down 130up
> Espressobin v5
> Openwrt: 750down 430up
> wireguard : 80down 50up ( third try )
> pings had spikes and high variance.
> Above raw and wireguard sources and network were all Gbit capable.
> I guess the Linksys ones make sense as they have 1.6-1.8Ghz CPUs (
> only 2 cores ) compared to 700Mhz and 1Ghz of the other two.
> I'm also glad to see Openwrt matching stock firmware speed and that it
> ran directly with no troubles.
> I'll be bringing a Lenovo W520 laptop that can do 1Gb/s easily and can
> be left on-site for the testbed that we can all use.
> I would be happy to bring a second, but I'm not sure I have enough room.
> On Sun, Jul 7, 2019 at 4:02 AM Matthieu Herrb <matthieu at herrb.eu> wrote:
> > On Sun, Jul 07, 2019 at 09:42:42AM +0200, Baptiste Jonglez wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > Regarding hardware, it is best to coordinate on the Battlemesh mailing
> > >
> > > On 06-07-19, Zachary Giles wrote:
> > > > I'm bringing ( unless someone says otherwise ):
> > > > Linksys WRT1900ACS ( openwrt )
> > > > Linksys WRT3200ACM ( openwrt )
> > > > GLinet B1300 ( openwrt )
> > > > Espressobin v5 ( no wifi, openwrt )
> > > > Orangepi Zero x2 ( debian )
> > > > MK SXTsq5ac x2
> > > > MK HAPac2
> > > > MK HexS
> > >
> > > In our community network in France, we are currently looking for a good
> > > home router for fiber access, that is:
> > >
> > > - supports openwrt (or not too hard to support)
> > > - can route gigabit (with NAT + firewall)
> > > - stable wifi, 802.11ac
> > > - cheap (< 60 €)
> > > - no need for a SFP port as it is handled by another device (often ONT)
> > >
> > > Some of the models in your list seem to fit these requirements, so I
> > > be glad to test them! If you think of other models as well that would
> > > great.
> > >
> > > I am also bringing several candidate models for testing:
> > >
> > > - mikrotik HAP ac²
> > > - ZBT-WE3526
> > > - Alfa AC1200R
> > > - some old Netgear WNR3500L
> > >
> > > What I am missing is two powerful PC (NUC or good laptop) to setup a
> > > wired performance testbench.
> > Hi,
> > I'll ping a z83 mini-PC (I haven't had an occasion yet to test if it
> > can do 1Gb/s), and some wifi routers:
> > - turris omnia
> > - turris mox
> > - Zyzel NBG6617
> > - TP-Linnk Archer C7
> > - ubiquity Edge Router Lite
> > and maybe a few others if they fit in my luggage.
> > In addition to zorun's specifications, we're also looking for decent
> > performance with wireguard VPN. This is a bit out of the radio scope,
> but more
> > and more community networks in France are also aiming at providing a
> > "clean" acces through a VPN on top of the existing broadband
> > operators.
> > See you in Saint-Denis.
> > --
> > Matthieu Herrb
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