Sembra che dei tecnici che lavorano ad un progetto di Facebook
( vogliano usare OpenWRT come base.

Nella discussione David Liang ha risposto consigliandogli di usare LEDE
perchè pare che stiano pensando di riunire il codice di OpenWRT e LEDE
usando il codice di LEDE.

Vi allego le email in questione.

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On Tue, 2 May 2017, tapper wrote:

Hi you should look at LEDE:
The LEDE Project (“Linux Embedded Development Environment”) is a Linux operating system based on OpenWrt. It is a complete replacement for the vendor-supplied firmware of a wide range of wireless routers and non-network devices.

More than that, all OpenWRT developers have commit access to LEDE and work is ongoing to re-merge the projects using the LEDE codebase (the OpenWRT devs are working to merge anything from the OpenWRT codebase that's missing in the LEDE codebase). Currently LEDE has about a year of development beyond the OpenWRT codebase.

David Lang
openwrt-devel mailing list

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Hello All,

I'm working on Facebook's Open Compute CBW (Campus, Branch, and
Wireless) project [1]. OCP CBW mission is:
"Closed wireless and branch networking equipment have served well in the past
but now is the time to democratize wireless networking to make it programmable,
faster, easier, and less expensive for customers and give everyone the
power of choice like never before"

We have made some research and choose OpenWrt as base system (thanks
for OpenWrt advantages :).

Hardware options is:
3 Broadcom based designs (802.11 AC Wave 1)    [2]
2 Qualcomm based designs (802.11 AC WAVE 2)
More planned by other H/W ODMs in 2017/18

All devices is open hardware in some terms.

I have started github repo for adopting OpenWrt to this hardware:

Currently main AP I'm working on is EdgeCore ECW7220-L [2]. CPU, RAM,
Flash, Ethernet is supported now. There is also two wifi pci-e
01:00.0 Class 0280: 14e4:43a2
01:00.0 Class 0280: 14e4:4331

"14e4:4331" is supported by b43 driver in 2.4GHz only mode (this is ok).
Second adapter "14e4:43a2" doesn't supported by brcmsmac (this adapter
is soft-mac). Now I'm trying to make this adapter working with
Also, there is plans to adopt/create solution for modern Software
Defined Network model based on OpenWRT. All projects will be Open
We are open for new participants. If you are interested please drop me
a message or send reply to ML for public discussion.
And happily we have possibilities to rise some funds to make some tasks payable.


Abylay Ospan,
openwrt-devel mailing list

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