Getting Started with OpenWrt on Your Router
This Mini Router is equipped with dual Gigabit Ethernet ports and dual USB 3.0 ports, making it suitable for soft router applications, while keeping the hardware to a minimum. We have pre-installed a Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 with 4GB RAM and 32GB eMMC to enable fast boot-up times and a smooth overall experience.
Quick Start with Mini Router
The Compute Module 4 comes with OpenWrt Firmware out-of-the-box. This means you just need to unbox the package, take out the board, connect to your existing home network and have your own mini router!
OpenWrt is an open-source Linux operating system which runs on embedded devices/ routers. It offers more features, performance, and security than a traditional router. It has a filesystem that’s fully writable and includes a package management system. You can make use of these packages to suit your applications in various ways. Once you connect this board to your home network and access the router from a web browser, you will be presented with a beautiful and interactive dashboard as follows.
2 Step to run Mini Router with OpenWrt
You need to prepare the following hardware before getting started with OpenWRT on Mini Router
- 1 x Mini Router
- 1 x Power adapter (5V/3A) with USB Type-C cable
- 2 x Ethernet cables
Once the ethernet cables are connected,
- Step 1. Power on the board
- Step 2. Open a web browser and type 192.168.2.1 You will see the OpenWrt Luci web-interface here. The OpenWrt image compiled by Seeed is included with many packages out-of-the-box. So you can use these package to realize many applications!
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