Re: single device to replace ADSL router, WiFi/Ethernet router, SIP router?
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On Thu, Dec 22, 2011 at 10:45:01AM -0500, Lennart Sorensen wrote:
> On Thu, Dec 22, 2011 at 02:15:40PM +0800, Paul Wise wrote:
> > I'm looking for a way to replace my current home network infrastructure
> > with a single device running Debian. I currently have these devices:
[ ... current configuration ... ]
> > I'm looking for a single device (to reduce cabling) to replace this:
[ Archived at http://lists.debian.org/debian-mips/2011/12/msg00021.html ]
> Honestly, that's not realistic. Too weird a combined featureset.
> Especially the cordless phone bit.
I think it is realistic.
> A quick search found a Quick Eagle DL710 (never heard of them) which
> has 3 100Mbit ethernet ports, SIP, ADSL2+, 2 FXS, 1 FXO. That isn't 4
> ports though. Almost certainly can't run Debian either. Most APs are
> way too low in specs to run a full OS.
> http://www.aceex.com.tw/L3AWVR11.html is another (which has 4 ethernet
> ports). Neither matches all your requirements, especially for the OS.
> If you were willing to spend a lot of money on it, you could build a PC
> that did all that. Sangoma makes FXS/FXO cards and ADSL2+ cards for PCs.
How was that chinese proverb?
"Don't tell it can't be done, to people doing so" ??
In Europe there is AVM ( http://www.avm.de ) One of there products
For "aftermarket firmware" there is http://www.freetz.org
My last attempt on freetzbox is about a year old. It failed for me
not being able to "flash the device". From http://freetz.org/timeline
I do understand that the freetz project is alive.
> And is there a policy on top-posting vs. bottom-posting?