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KM6SLF
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RB2011UiAS-2HnD-IN?

https://www.amazon.com/Mikrotik-Routerboard-RB2011UiAS-2HnD-Port-Ethernet/dp/B00BGIXOHQ/ref=sr_1_9?dchild=1&keywords=10+port+router&qid=1606415819&sr=8-9

https://mikrotik.com/product/RB2011UiAS-2HnD-IN

I'm looking for portable, compact 10 port router, and came across this device. It looks like it uses the AR9344 CPU, and has the RAM and storage needed to support AREDN firmware.

Could this work as a node on its own? 

In my application, I would like to use this as described in this Google Doc
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1bx1qZ2FiJ07NhQiARHdhPuCk7JFHU-SRjtuPQN7VqMU/edit?usp=sharing

If this can be made to work that way, it would really simplify the project I'm working on. 

AE6XE
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KM6SLF,  this device can be

KM6SLF,  this device can be made to work with AREDN.  it would be an upgrade from the hap ac lite model -- more ports.   I can put this on the list, but other things happening right now, so unlikely to get to it until earliest in Jan.

joe AE6XE

KM6SLF
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Good to know! I'll try to get

Good to know! I'll try to get a good deal on one in the meantime.

What would be involved in making it work? Would it accept the hap ac firmware, and if so, would the additional ports be automatically available as LAN ports? I wouldn't mind getting a look under the hood at the firmware and seeing if I can help.

K9CQB
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Joe, shall I mail you one of these?

Joe,
I have one of these under my desk that I haven't even plugged in yet. Would you like me to send it to you?
-Damon K9CQB

AE6XE
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A local user has one.   Hang

A local user has one.   Hang on to yours for the moment.

Joe AE6XE

KM6SLF
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I'm having trouble executing

I'm having trouble executing the partial installation process we discussed. I'll take another crack at it today and will let you know exactly where it's getting hung up. 

nc8q
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Max total out (A) 510 mA

Notes (2)
1. Seems to come with an 11 watt Euro style plug power supply. May need to get a suitable USA style PSU.
2. Max total out (A)    510 mA. Only enough pass-through power for 1 RF device.

Chuck
 

KM6SLF
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Thanks for the insights,

Thanks for the insights, Chuck. the limitation to 1 pass-through device shouldn't be a problem in my application. The device only specs port 10 as PoE out, anyway.

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