[OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH] ramips: Fix HooToo HT-TM02 support.

Vittorio G (VittGam) openwrt at vittgam.net
Thu Dec 25 06:48:14 EST 2014


Il 25.12.2014 12:37 Paul Fertser ha scritto:

> Hello,
> Few comments from a person that doesn't own this device (but owns an
> MPR-A1 clone).
> "Vittorio G (VittGam)" writes:
>> - Remove unneeded VLAN now that the ethernet driver is fixed and TCP
>> packets get passed correctly now. (This router only has one port.)
> I've checked the OpenWrt wiki, the device page is not present [1]. I
> think VLAN config might be useful for documentation purposes in case
> someone would need to enable tagging on Ethernet he'd need to learn
> the
> CPU and physical port numbers somehow. If you already have a suitable
> config (probably disabled) in uci-defaults, that would be much
> easier.

I'll add the wiki page as soon as I can... Thanks for notifying me ;)

Also the device has only one Ethernet port, so VLAN would only add

And LAN port is 4, it can be seen from running: swconfig dev switch0

Also this is not exactly an MPR-A1 clone as it does not have the
battery, it is small like the TP-LINK WR703N.

>> - Remove unnecessary packages from the profile. (The end-user is
>> supposed to use mechanisms such as the ImageBuilder in order to add
>> his
>> own set of packages to his own images... while the precompiled
>> images
>> should just contain the core set of packages needed to run the base
>> functions of a wireless router.)
> So you remove wpad-mini but leave USB packages in place? :) IMHO
> triggers are not needed but wpad-mini should stay. I agree it's
> useful
> to have kernel modules that handle specific USB controller,
> everything
> else is clearly optional (apart from packages like button-hotplug and
> fstools that are part of the base install anyway, afair).

It is already included in the list for the ramips default profile here:


Other ramips profiles inherit the packages list from here.

Vittorio G
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