[MLB-WIRELESS] Linux on DWL 900+ APs

Winder winder at iinet.net.au
Mon Nov 3 19:19:48 EST 2003

I tried to look at this site, but it had been /.ed and was soooo slow. Can
someone tell me what can you do with a hacked AP? Run Zebra / Quagga on it?
Something else?

g at z.

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-melbwireless at wireless.org.au
[mailto:owner-melbwireless at wireless.org.au]On Behalf Of Barry Park
Sent: Monday, 3 November 2003 5:02 PM
To: melbwireless at wireless.org.au
Subject: [MLB-WIRELESS] Linux on DWL 900+ APs

Posted on Sladshdot not so long ago. This chipset is used in the DLink
DWL 900+ APs. many of the associated websites are in French (Belgians
speak French, but with a Belgian accent) so anyone who's good at
translations ...
- Barry

Hacking Samsung 4510-Based APs
Posted by timothy on Sunday November 02, @07:52PM
from the making-waves dept.
zoobab writes "Some belgian linux hackers met this week-end to hack some
wireless access points based on the samsung4510 chip. They have
succeeded in compiling and booting a uClinux kernel on a Dlink 614ap+,
which is equipped with the infamous acx100 wireless chipset. There's
still some work to do, but if you want to help, open your 22mbps AP and
try to built your own JTAG adaptator to get access to the flash..."


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