Posts Tagged ‘WR703N’

Tiny TL-WR703N router acts as a wireless USB port

Friday, January 4th, 2013

Madox wrote a tutorial on how to setup the cheap TL-WR703N WiFi router to act as a wireless USB port for your Windows computer. This means that any USB device you attach to the router will be recognized by your own computer as if it was pluged into a local...

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Hacking and moding the TP-Link WR703N OpenWRT Wi-Fi router

Friday, July 20th, 2012

TP-Link WR703N is a OpenWRT supported Wi-Fi router that comes with 'only' 4MB of flash and 32MB of RAM. If you are not satisfied with these, they are easily upgradable as described in the forum. RAM can be upgraded to 64MB if you are not afraid of hot air soldering....

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Posted in hacks, Linux, wireless | 4 Comments »

OpenWRT router interfaced to an Arduino

Thursday, July 19th, 2012

Yesterday we talked about the cheap OpenWRT supported TP-Link WR703N Wi-Fi router. This instructable describes how to interface it to an Arduino board, and compares it to other Linux boards like the Raspberry Pi. So far the nicest solution I have found is one of the world’s smallest pocket routers...

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