In November, the latest version of LibreRouter arrived in Buenos Aires. SAn was in charge of doing the hardware testing and in this chronicle we told how this important moment was.
AlterMundi wrote a chapter on the LibreRouter for The community network manual : how to build the Internet yourself . This volume is jointly published by the Fundação Getulio Vargas […]
SAn got his hands on the latest prototype produced by Dragino, and shares here detailed pictures of it. He’s currently working on a bootloader for the board, and making great […]
Description The LibreRouter is an Open Source Hardware WiFi Router designed from the ground up for Community Networks. Technical Specification Based on the the AR9558 SoC and AR8327 Gigabit Switch, […]
We did the first medium-distance test (500 mts) using the HPM5G: the 5Ghz high power radio that the LibreRouter will use, developed by Dragino. While we were waiting for the […]
Yesterday Dragino announced that the first PCB is ready (as shown on the picture) and that the voltages are OK.Next step is compiling and loading a firmware, so we’ll post […]