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Port SBC to OpenWRT / DD-WRT

Discussion in 'Ideas' started by Silly English Kniggit, Nov 11, 2017.

Port SBC to OpenWRT / DD-WRT 4.5 5 4votes
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  1. Silly English Kniggit

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    That would allow the SBC to be installed on a good range of router hardware that either may be in use anyway, or is cheaper than a Raspberry Pi - such as https://www.gl-inet.com/ar150/ which are around GBP £25

    Currently I can download two open source phone systems (yes, the entire PBX) for that platform - but not the 3CX SBC.
     
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  2. Sopock

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    They think it's not powerful enough?

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  3. accentlogic

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    We use the NetGear R7000 in many small locations. BCM4709 dual core processor at 1GHz with 128GB of flash memory. That should handle quite a few extensions. Less powerful systems might only support a few, but some locations only need one extension behind the SBC.

    These cost more than a Raspberry Pi, but if we can eliminate an extra device it would be worth it.