Dtaht test rig

  • The nanostation M5s are using the ar71xx chipset for ethernet and the ath9k for wireless
  • The wndr5700 (not shown) uses the same chipset
  • The wrt is a model 6 (I think)
  • The laptop uses an e1000e for ethernet and a iwllagn for wireless
  • The openrd uses the kirkwood chipset
  • The guruplug also uses the kirkwood chipset and the wireless driver is unknown
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