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FriendlyElec Nanopi R4S Mini Portable Travel Router OpenWRT with Dual-Gbps Ethernet Ports 4GB LPDDR4 Based in RK3399 Soc for IOT NAS Smart Home Gateway

FriendlyElec Nanopi R4S Mini Portable Travel Router OpenWRT with Dual-Gbps Ethernet Ports 4GB LPDDR4 Based in RK3399 Soc for IOT NAS Smart Home Gateway

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Another thing I need to mention here is that I had to also change the thermal pad on the Nanopi-R2S because it comes with a 0. is supposed to be the next LTS series which means that OpenWRT and other distros will pick it up as their next major kernel version to support.

You can switch your provider and router at any moment and don’t care if your router supports the services you need. Build framework relies on Debian and Ubuntu packages – you can build any combination – stable, old stable or rolling release. It may be true for OPNsense-based (FreeBSD kernel), but the linux-based OpenWRT works at ~940mbps bidirectionally without breaking a sweat.From the above table you can see that the new Nanopi-R4S is faster than R2S especially when it comes to UDP data transfers. I've done a lot of tweaking of my current OpenWRT setup with VLANs and Firewall stuff, so I am looking for something that (a) can have OpenWRT installed easily (so that I can import my settings), (b) will be relatively future-proof in terms of being able to upgrade to all future OpenWRT versions, (c) is relatively low power usage, and (d) doesn't fail! By the way I strongly suggest to follow Thomas around wherever he leaves comments like on cnx-software. Sure enough the lights came on and OpenWrt is running – I checked with “Advanced IP Scanner on my PC and when I found the board I checked it in a browser – 192. The NanoPi R4S Enterprise version has a globally unique MAC address which is by default allocated to the CPU's internal Ethernet (rtl8211e) and the name of the device is eth0.

It's a quite good idea to establish a permanent connection to the debug-port of the R4S, so you might want to drill a small hole above the SD-slot into the case. I’ve tried first to leave it idle for 10 mins, then only test the WAN and then the bridged network (WAN+LAN 1Gbps).I've seen posts where folks running FBSD kernel can get 940mbps, so it's quite possible that the problem lies with something poorly configured in HBSD, but I don't have the resources to purchase a second device just to troubleshoot. based image over on PersonalBSD I may try just to see if it's any better, but setting everything up over and over gets tedious.

Rsync: You can do this with rsync -rav /root /etc /mnt/sda1/router_backup/ (Where /mnt/sda1/router_backup/ is for example an external disk). The Nanopi-R2S also has the same issue, as you can’t connect the UART console while the case is closed. After compilation is done a new image file will be generated in the "rockdev/Image-nanopc_t4/" directory under Android 8. It is (apparently) a good hardware platform for developing IoT applications, NAS applications, smart home gateways etc. Especially as I'm trying to do things the "right" way instead of just trying to patch up something bootable.He will do a review on the Orange Pi R1 which might be a good choice if you do not need either that much processing power, memory and network throughput or do not want to spent that much money. The GUI allows you to create additional users, which is much preferred over allowing root logins directly. The R4S uses the RK3399 SoC, has two Gbps Ethernet ports, microSD storage, and either 1GB DDR3 or 4GB LPDDR4.

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