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TP-Link WR703n as telemetry link and camera broadcasting tutorial

Posted on Thursday, December 13th, 2012 in DIY, wireless by DP

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Here is a guide on how to setup the cheap TP-Link WR703n router to act as a telemetry link and an USB camera broadcasting server. The guide is in three parts, starting from flashing the OpenWrt firmware, adding a USB hub and extending the memory with a USB flash drive, and finishes with explaining how to attach a camera.

 

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