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# 208284 4-Feb-2017 20:14
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Have 2 of these spare routers running OpenWRT, was using them in China to tunnel traffic to my VPS in L.A, they have US power bricks but the voltage is universal so you can use a cheap pass through adapter or a plug from a standard router should work fine too (12v/3.5A).

 

 

https://www.netgear.com/support/product/WNDR3800
https://wiki.openwrt.org/toh/netgear/wndr3800

 

CPU: Atheros AR7161 rev 2 680MHz
Ram: 128MiB
Flash: 16MiB
Network: 1 WAN + 4x LAN (GBit)
Wireless: 2.4/5GHz
USB: 1x2.0

 

Using the build from here https://forum.openwrt.org/viewtopic.php?id=28392 but of course you can compile your own, this is the WNDR3800CH which is hardware identical to the standard WNDR3800 but the stock firmware is for Charter customers.

 

These are scuffed a bit on the top but functionally working perfect.

 

Looking for 40$ each shipped. Could do pick up in Wellington but won't be there until the 13th.


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  # 1715599 5-Feb-2017 01:37
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 I will take them both and pickup when you're back - no hurry.

 

I'll PM you my details.


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  # 1729193 3-Mar-2017 00:23
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Are these still for sale?

 
 
 
 


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  # 1729440 3-Mar-2017 14:51
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Kiwifruta: Are these still for sale?

 

 

 

I'm waiting for the OP to get to Wellington.


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  # 1730178 4-Mar-2017 23:19
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FYI, these are pretty much the same as the WNDR3700, which I have. 
I run LEDE and have applied and overclock patch to go from 680 to 800Mhz. Noticed a bit of a difference and have been running it overclocked for years at this point with no issues.

 

 






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