1. 15 Aug, 2020 4 commits
    • Dustin L. Howett's avatar
    • Remi NGUYEN VAN's avatar
      map: add a legacymap option · 1e696c6c
      Remi NGUYEN VAN authored
      The legacy map version based on the IPv6 Interface Identifier in
      draft-ietf-softwire-map-03 was typically used by uncommenting the LEGACY
      variable in the map.sh file, which is not ideal. A proper configuration
      option is needed instead.
      The IPv6 Interface Identifier format described in the draft was
      eventually changed in RFC7597, but is still used by some major ISPs,
      including in Japan.
      Signed-off-by: default avatarRemi NGUYEN VAN <remi.nguyenvan+openwrt@gmail.com>
      Signed-off-by: Hans Dedecker <dedeckeh@gmail.com> [PKG_RELEASE increase]
    • Rui Salvaterra's avatar
      dropbear: allow disabling support for scp · 763ce13b
      Rui Salvaterra authored
      If not needed, disabling scp allows for a nice size reduction.
      Dropbear executable size comparison:
      153621 bytes (baseline)
      133077 bytes (without scp)
      In other words, we trim a total of 20544 bytes.
      Signed-off-by: default avatarRui Salvaterra <rsalvaterra@gmail.com>
    • Tomasz Maciej Nowak's avatar
      ath79: add support for ALLNET ALL-WAP02860AC · ebf71533
      Tomasz Maciej Nowak authored
      ALLNET ALL-WAP02860AC is a dual-band wireless access point.
      SoC: Qualcomm Atheros QCA9558
      RAM: 128 MB DDR2
      Flash: 16 MB SPI NOR
      WIFI: 2.4 GHz 3T3R integrated
            5 GHz 3T3R QCA9880 Mini PCIe card
      Ethernet: 1x 10/100/1000 Mbps AR8035-A, PoE capable (802.3at)
      LEDS: 5x, which four are GPIO controlled
      Buttons: 1x GPIO controlled
      UART: 4 pin header near Mini PCIe card, starting count from white
            triangle on PCB
            1. VCC 3.3V, 2. GND, 3. TX, 4. RX
            baud: 115200, parity: none, flow control: none
      MAC addresses
      Calibration data does not contain valid MAC addresses.
      The calculated MAC addresses are chosen in accordance with OEM firmware.
      Because of:
      a) constrained environment (SNMP) when connecting through Telnet
         or SSH,
      b) hard-coded kernel and rootfs sizes,
      c) checksum verification of kerenel and rootfs images in bootloder,
      creating factory image accepted by OEM web interface is difficult,
      therefore, to install OpenWrt on this device UART connection is needed.
      The teardown is simple, unscrew four screws to disassemble the casing,
      plus two screws to separate mainboard from the casing.
      Before flashing, be sure to have a copy of factory firmware, in case You
      wish to revert to original firmware.
      1. Prepare TFTP server with OpenWrt initramfs-kernel image.
      2. Connect to LAN port.
      3. Connect to UART port.
      4. Power on the device and when prompted to stop autoboot, hit any key.
      5. Alter U-Boot environment with following commands:
          setenv failsafe_boot bootm 0x9f0a0000
      6. Adjust "ipaddr" and "serverip" addresses in U-Boot environment, use
         'setenv' to do that, then run following commands:
          tftpboot 0x81000000 <openwrt_initramfs-kernel_image_name>
          bootm 0x81000000
      7. Wait about 1 minute for OpenWrt to boot.
      8. Transfer OpenWrt sysupgrade image to /tmp directory and flash it
          sysupgrade -n /tmp/<openwrt_sysupgrade_image_name>
      9. After flashing, the access point will reboot to OpenWrt. Wait few
         minutes, until the Power LED stops blinking, then it's ready for
      Signed-off-by: default avatarTomasz Maciej Nowak <tomek_n@o2.pl>
      [add MAC address comment to commit message]
      Signed-off-by: default avatarAdrian Schmutzler <freifunk@adrianschmutzler.de>
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