[MLB-WIRELESS] Embedded web Server with DHCP?
Andrew van Slageren
andrewvsm at yahoo.com.au
Tue Jan 18 09:10:11 EST 2011
Depending on what you need to do, you might be able to use the built-in
web server on the bullet.
Alternatively you could flash it with OpenWRT, which then gives you a
lot more flexibility than the stock Ubiquiti firmware.
On 18/01/2011 8:17 AM, Mark Aitken wrote:
> Hi Guys,
> I am really looking for something like "Web Server in a Box" project
> that I have seen at Jaycar, but that doesnt appear to have DHCP nor
> able to have it installed.
> Something small, low power, wifi not really needed as it will be
> attached to a Bullet anyway.
> On 17/01/2011 6:58 PM, mw at freenet.net.au wrote:
> > Hi Mark,
> > How much storage do you need?
> > You can try a mikrotik router with a linux system with apache loaded
> up in a
> > xen virtual machine - if it is static content, you can also use the
> > 'hotspot' system and web proxy as a simple web server.
> > That way, you also get the full power of routerOS to boot!
> > Depends a lot on how much fiddling you want to be able to do (or want to
> > avoid! ;-)
> > Cheers, Mike.
> On 17/01/2011 8:00 PM, Rob Clark wrote:
>> How small a box do you want?
>> You can load OpenWRT on this - which can then easily be a small www
>> server with DHCP.
>> Power Supply included.
>> The WiFi part is a bonus. Turn off if not needed.
>> On 17/01/2011 3:14 PM, Mark Aitken wrote:
>>> Can anyone point me to a local supplier (Melbourne) of a small Webserver
>>> in a box type thing that has a DHCP server.
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