I’ve uploaded two test images based on OpenWRT r35905 (Linux 3.8.2) for the TL-WR720N here :-
Both Ethernet and WiFi appear to work as well as the mode switch. Both images are similar to the WR703N images but with less things (mjpg-streamer ser2net dropped). I had to cut down as it appears the newer kernel is significantly larger [either that or I did something wrong].
I will upload the repository and packages tomorrow if I don’t find a better way to squeeze more goodies in.
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is this for chinese wr720n (the rectangular one) or europian ?
Chinese rectangular wall plug air port look alike one…
do you mean that both of them are the same basically? Isnt the europian one with less flash memory, ~2MB, compared to chinese 4 MB, or am I mistaken?
No no, I meant this image is for the Chinese market version. Not the western/european curvy case version.
Thanks Madox, The LAN and WIFI is working correctly and I believe switches as well, nevertheless I can’t make the 3G to work
I can’t find any configuration for the 3G
Hi, which 3G USB Dongle are you using? To be honest I haven’t really checked out 3G dongles much 😉 I really should get one and a spare SIM for this 🙂
3G dongle for Vodafone, the thing that no option at all for how to do these kind of configuration, also don’t seem to be possible to add the interface as well. Your image is great and stable and of course in English 😀 , I still need to activate this 3G dongle, it’s a saviour sometimes
Can you log in via telnet/SSH and check that the 3G modem is actually detected?
I’m just going to sit here and whistle wondering if I baked in the 3G packages…
No, Vodfaone egypt
Well , the USB when connected blinks (I believe cuz it’s getting power), but seems nothing when using telnet.
No sign of USB interface connected
Is there any specific command that I can use to check for sure if it’s connected or not ?
Is it possible to enable 3G using the steps in above link ?