[OLSR-users] 4g Access Cube

Thomas Huber (spam-protected)
Thu Feb 3 23:17:57 CET 2005

Hi Andrew

Access Cube is the hardware that runs the embedded linux "nylon", which 
you can download from meshcube.org.

Yes, you can change the settings of the cube like any standard linux 
system. It runs a package based distribution which is cross-compiled 
for the MIPS CPU they are using in the cube. You can ssh to the cube 
through LAN or use a terminal app to configure with the serial console.

olsr is available as olsrd package. It replaces the old meshing 
protocol/deamon, as far as I understand.

The cubes are a great. You can upgrade the image by tftping the new 
firmware at the prompt of the bootloader.


On 03.02.2005, at 23:03, (spam-protected) wrote:

> Does anyone know anything of the 4g Access Cube.  It seems they are
> located in Hamburg, and there is a distributor in the Netherlands.  Are
> these devices able to be modified, has anyone successfully built and 
> used
> OLSR?  Can you purchase them anywhere in the US?
> Thanks,
> Andrew Hodel
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