Subject: Striped down NetBSD kernel for 802.11b AP units?
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Rob Healey <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/18/2002 09:46:36
opensource.instant802.com documents how to load a Linux runtime
on commonly available 802.11b AP's in order to get a full blown
802.11b open source AP that supports both endpoints and bridging at
the same time.
Hardware examples are units based on the Eumitcom WL11000SA-N board.
Commonly available AP's are:
* US Robotics (USR 2450)
* SMC EZconnect (2652W)
* Addtron (AWS-100)
Low level hardware is:
* Ethernet Controller -- NE2000
* Processor -- AMD ELAN SC400
* Flash -- 1 Megabyte
* RAM -- 4 Megabytes
See website for other details.
Are any of our arch's similar to the AMD ELAN SC400 mentioned above?
Would be nice to have a full featured AP based on NetBSD!