A few weeks ago I came along this page and was wondering if it was possible to port this also to my router (used as switch) the TP-Link TL-WR1043ND.
A couple things still needs to be done (placing the WLAN in a seperate VLAN and some other small tweaks I”ll be working on the couple of weeks ;)) but the karma script is working and accepting clients 😉
Check out the progres: Here
Its Weekend 😛
Time to upgrade to my own formware and see if it boots….
I’ll keep you guys updated..
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Please be patient……
I created new firmware for the tp-link router but I’m not able to test it until its weekend cause I’m not @ home during the week…
I deleted the luci web-if and used that space to build in usb2 & ext3 with block-extroot..
It now has the same size as the original and I don’t think there going to be any problems with it…
I’ll test the firmware on friday and release it when its working…
After playing around for day with it and installing OpenWrt after an hour 😉 I’m really starting to like this but missing a vital package in the 10.03.01-rc4 named block-extroot wich is used to run on usb 🙂
So lets start building our own firmware ..
Yesterday I saw a nice cheap router to replace my ASUS WL700gE wich is still running great but the lack of Gigabit port on the lan side is really a bummer nowadays…also my Alienware M11xR2 wants to connect over wifi-n 🙂
Now that I stream a lot over my internal network I really want to provide 1 gig to all my pc’s.
I already had a 1 gig 4 port switch hooked up to the router to connect my PS3, Workstation and my gaming pc for HD streaming.
The new router is a TP-Link TL-WR1043ND wich was on sale for 50 Euro. It provides vlan support, wifi-n, 5x 1 gb ports and OpenWrt 🙂
I Downloaded the image from the OpenWrt site. and used the web-if of the router to upgrade to OpenWrt.
In the future I Will add some extra packages and hook up a 250 GB 2.5″ hdd.
The progress of my router can be followed on http://tp-link.hezik.nl
lets start playing around and see how stable it is 🙂