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Topic # 223214 19-Sep-2017 16:01
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Have a little side project that is based on a customer firmware...

 

 

 

Runs on TPLink MR3040's and Pictostation M2 (not the Picto2 series) Both of which are discontinued products

 

 

 

After about 10 in total, prefer the MR3040's as they are are internally powered however a cheap POE setup is not hard to sort.





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  Reply # 1868720 19-Sep-2017 16:22
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I wonder if Go Wifi have any sitting around? Snappernet still have them listed as a product - low stock level which general means they only have a couple left.




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  Reply # 1868721 19-Sep-2017 16:24
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chevrolux:

 

I wonder if Go Wifi have any sitting around? Snappernet still have them listed as a product - low stock level which general means they only have a couple left.

 

 

 

 

Will touch base and see what they have in stock.

 

Figured folk here may have them sitting around too being older tech probably phasing out...





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  Reply # 1868799 19-Sep-2017 18:18
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Does it run on WR703Ns? Have a couple of those sitting on my desk.

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  Reply # 1868803 19-Sep-2017 18:27
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I have a Picostation M2 sitting here on my desk.

 

It was running some custom firmware but I've since flashed it back to AirOS.

 

 







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  Reply # 1868810 19-Sep-2017 18:53
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CYaBro:

 

I have a Picostation M2 sitting here on my desk.

 

It was running some custom firmware but I've since flashed it back to AirOS.

 

 

 

 

Interested, Will DM soon..

 

 

 

deadlyllama: Does it run on WR703Ns? Have a couple of those sitting on my desk.

 

Sadly not at this stage, and possibly not ever.

 

 

 

Niche target and usecase...





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  Reply # 1875460 1-Oct-2017 13:11
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mr3020 no good to you?





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  Reply # 1875538 1-Oct-2017 16:24
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richms:

 

mr3020 no good to you?

 

 

Sadly right now, nope.

 

 

 

have however gotten myself about 12 of these from a few sources - ended up getting a ton of M2's.

 

 

 

MR3040 compatibility comes down to ease of use on the road and ROM size for firmware. 





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