[OpenWrt-Devel] [RFC] TI/Intel Puma5 target.

Imre Kaloz kaloz at openwrt.org
Mon Aug 18 13:30:14 EDT 2014

On Mon, 18 Aug 2014 09:10:24 -0700, Michael Richardson <mcr at sandelman.ca> wrote:

> José Vázquez <ppvazquezfer at gmail.com> wrote:
>     >> José Vázquez <ppvazquezfer at gmail.com> wrote: > According to the info i
>     >> could find the cpu is a 400MHz arm1176 > (ARMv6k) with VFP and C55x
>     >> DSP for VoIP, that runs in big endian mode; > seems that shares some
>     >> features with TI Davinci, OMAP2 and/or Sitara.
>     >>
>     >> Seems to be too slow to operate enough counters for fq_codel, even if
>     >> somehow it's fast enough to move 100Mb/s+ of traffic.
>     > I have no idea how much fast it is, and you are right about unable to
>     > move more than 100Mbps, but take in mind that OpenWRT is very versatile
>     > and a lot of people use routers for other purposes than routing, as you
>     > know.  If i had enough skills i would try to port it to kernel 3.3 or
>     > 3.10, but i hadn't (mainly because i don't have enough knowledge of ARM
>     > and the Puma5 code is "a bit strange" with a lot of Pal files that i
>     > don't know what they are).
> Sorry, wrong list!!!
> Over on the cerowrt-devel list, we are looking for the replacement for the
> Netgear 3800 on which to focus fq_codel/bufferbloat work, as the 3800 can't
> reach much beyond 50Mb/s, which has become a problem as many have VDSL2/FTTH.

Let's hope the wifi situation gets cleaned up with the WRT1900AC. That has enough power for anything you throw at it :)

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