Tag: openwrt

  • Building a custom OpenWrt image

    Building a custom OpenWrt image

    K was poking around at Raspberry Pi stuff the other day, and the Pi3 she was using was pretty slow (and unable to run what the book was showing), so I replaced my Pi4 router with an AAEON UP-CHT01 machine that I had on hand. The specs of the CHT01 are roughly: 1.4 GHz Atom […]

  • Unifi controller on OpenWRT (on a Pi4)

    Unifi controller on OpenWRT (on a Pi4)

    It turns out that it’s not too hard to get the Unifi Controller software to work on OpenWRT. “Not too hard” is a relative term, mind you. You can’t install it on the base OS, but since OpenWRT provides LXC in the form of “lxc v1”, a container can be set up running something like […]

  • Eir, an ONT, and OpenWRT without the F3000 modem

    Eir, an ONT, and OpenWRT without the F3000 modem

    Eir have finally offered their FTTH service in my area; the black box went up on the pole a few months ago, but it’s taken them a while to get it all hooked in. Installation was done about one week after I signed up for the service (reducing my bill by 30% for the next […]

  • Eir F3000 (F@st 5366) – bridge mode

    Eir F3000 (F@st 5366) – bridge mode

    After my adventures in getting the IP address of the router to change, I discovered that the unit won’t keep DHCP disabled. You can turn it off (since I wanted to do DHCP from the Pi-hole), but if you reboot the router it gets turned back on. Since two DHCP servers on the same network […]