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Re: PSTN adsl router
> In article <760291.37161.qm%web52104.mail.re2.yahoo.com@localhost>,
> Andreas Moschos Â<a_moschos%yahoo.com@localhost> wrote:
>>i would like to use NetBSD on my home adsl pstn router (currently
>>PHILIPS CGA5722N ) does anybody know if there is a chance i could load
>>NetBSD on this one ? (directions would be appreciated also).
>>In the case it is not possible, any suggestions on the platform i could
>>use at EUROPE/GREECE (mentioning just for the local TELECOM
>>specifications) that could load NetBSD on it and use it for this purpose
>>I prefere to use a router/"embedded device" NOT a pc with a card
>>installed on it.
> These all run linux and I think nobody has pported NetBSD to them.
>I think Fredrik Pettai (pettai%nordu.net@localhost) is working on porting
>to the mips based La Fonera routers.
Thanks for this info.
I found two of the three parts that could fit in a solution like this:
1) ADSL2+ card
It is supposed to be seen just like a realtek NIC :)
2) Setup NetBSD as an access point:
Thanks the author for this.
Still looking for the right board (preferably MIPS, ARM) with two
PCIs (a used/old/cheap board would be fine).
I instantly thought of EFIKA board but looks like it is
discontinued plus any further work that would be needed to run
NetBSD on this.
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