[OLSR-users] 4g Access Cube
Fri Feb 4 10:36:36 CET 2005
you can order cubes directly from 4g systems: email to (spam-protected) or
use the contact form at http://www.4g-systems.de/en/Kontakt.htm.
On Thursday 03 February 2005 23:42, (spam-protected) wrote:
> Very interesting, does anyone know of a way to purchase one from the US?
> > 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.
> > Regards,
> > Thomas
> > 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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