[OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH] ath79: Add support for Ubiquity Bullet M2HP

Lech Perczak lech.perczak at gmail.com
Sat Nov 17 04:25:30 EST 2018

W dniu 2018-11-17 o 07:33, Petr Štetiar pisze:
> Lech Perczak <lech.perczak at gmail.com> [2018-11-16 18:46:40]:
> Hi,
>> For example, Nanostation is basically a Bullet with extra ethernet port, and
>> Rocket is a Bullet with added USB port.
> Ah, thanks for explanation.
You're welcome
>> It'd be great if support for all of them could be included in
>> ar9342_ubnt_xw.dtsi, and then secondary ethernet and USB only enabled in
>> respective .dts files. It'd be even better if someone on the list had a
>> Rocket M XW to test, as it is the fullest variant.
> Hm, so maybe I should move definition of mdio and eth0 from
> ar9342_ubnt_bullet-m-xw.dts to ar9342_ubnt_xw.dtsi as well?  But this could be
> done later once someone with Nanostation XW shows up and can confirm, that it
> actually works.
Yes please :)
>> Also, wouldn't you mind reviewing and/or testing my PR regarding RSSI
>> indicator LEDs on your M2HP on ar71xx target?
>> It is located on Github: https://github.com/openwrt/openwrt/pull/1372
>> I only had a chance to test it against Nanobridge M5 (XM version).
> Ok, but I don't have much experience with RSSI LEDs, so can you tell me how
> would you like me to test it on my M2HP? Thanks.
It's just a matter of flashing build including my patch, and then 
establishing a connection. Bullet may work either as AP or client, the 
link LEDS should just light up and show the signal strength after you 
connect :)
> -- ynezz
> .

Lech Perczak
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