Well, there's a bunch of updated intel hardware with mini-pcie slots.
I think pcengines just did a hardware refresh, for example?
We should put together a list of those and then make sure -HEAD at
least works on them.
That's a good starting point.
After that - the problem is a lack of 11ac drivers and framework
support in FreeBSD. It'll come, but ENOTIME at the moment.
On 21 December 2013 11:05, Adam McDougall <mcdou...@egr.msu.edu> wrote:
> Hello, a friend of mine is interested in building his own 802.11ac
> access point with a replaceable wifi module so he can save money on
> future upgrades by just swapping out the wifi module and possibly
> antenna. He was thinking to plug in a USB wifi radio but I was thinking
> minipcie would probably work just as well if not better. Does anyone
> have any suggestions of software projects I could check out along the
> lines of openwrt so we don't need to work on a totally custom software
> build? I was hoping to look at the supported hardware of such projects
> for clues on what kind of "embedded" hardware and radios he could buy
> to facilitate this. Thanks!
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