Fonera might be worth a look. Not too easy to put vanilla openwrt on
it though it has an openwrt core. Can be scripted like most other
linuxes and can do your wireless, usb and connect back to upc box.
Detecting loss and restart of upc will be the main issue. I use stock
firmware in mine and some scripting to tunnel ipv6 amongst other
On 11/1/11, Jonathan McCrohan <jmccrohan at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Frank,
>> On 01/11/11 13:33, Frank Murphy wrote:
>> Very happy with my upc internet.
>> But occasionally it does go off for hours on end.
>>>> As I have a mobile broadband stick,
>> would like to be able detatchto just,
>> move my Negear cat5 from the upc modem\router,
>> to something,
>> so all my settings don't have to be re-invented\inserted.
>>>> Came across:
>>http://commsoft.ie/shop/3gn.php>>>> Am I on the right track,
>> as it seems to be able to take a stick modem.
>> This can be done using a router running OpenWrt, and can be configured
> to auto-failover . You can also write your own AT command scripts to
> send a SMS when the LAN goes down using comgt .
>> IMHO, your best bet is to get a good router with that is supported by
> OpenWrt rather than invest in the Dovado. I've got a Netgear WNDR3700
> and am very happy with it.
>>  http://wiki.openwrt.org/doc/recipes/3gdongle>  http://sourceforge.net/projects/comgt/> --
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