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* Vitals [1]

* Official Details [2]
* Pictures [3]
* OEMEM, OM, OE, OHM, POEM, OER, DEM, LEM, OED, REM, FEM, GEM, HEM, O'ER Firmware [4]
* Alternate Firmware [5]
* Support Forum [6]
* Misc Notes & Links [7]
* Modifications / Addon\'s [8]
* Discussion [9]
* netbootingnet booting, net-booting, debiting, debating, debuting, notating, nitrating, doubting OpenWrtOpenest, Opened, Operate, Operetta, Penrod, Opponent, Opined, Upend, Upended, Operator, Operand [10]

* kernel configuration [11]
* userlanduser land, user-land, island, Iceland, Ireland, overland, eland, Orland, upland, aslant, sealant [12]
* VxWorksWaxworks, Waxwork's, Waxwork, Gasworks, Casework's, Gasworks's bootloaderboot loader, boot-loader, boatload, bootlace, boatloads, boatload's, bottled, bootlegger, bolder, Boulder, bloater, bottler, boulder configcon fig, con-fig, Cong, confide, confine, confirm, conic, Congo, confer, confab, conga, conform, confuse, confute, converge, convoke, configure, conifer, Kong, conj, conk, gong, confider, concur, conger, connive, convict, convoy, confers, confess, conker, convex, convey [13]
* dhcpDhaka, hiccup, teacup, toecap server configcon fig, con-fig, Cong, confide, confine, confirm, conic, Congo, confer, confab, conga, conform, confuse, confute, converge, convoke, configure, conifer, Kong, conj, conk, gong, confider, concur, conger, connive, convict, convoy, confers, confess, conker, convex, convey [14]
* Problems [15]

VITALS

* MANUFACTURER : SenaoSena, Sean, Seana, Senna, Senor, Sen, Senior, Sinai, Sana, Xena, Zena, Zeno, Sonar, Sienna, San, Sendai, Senator, Sensor, Snow, Sonia, Xenia, Zenia, Seen, Sewn, Sens, Snap, Steno, SEATO, Shena, Sn, Sane, San'a, Seine, Snead, Sauna, Scene, Sea, Sneak, Genoa, Sena's, Senate, Son, Sun, Zen, Sin, Sneer, Syn, Sear, Send, Sent, Snag, Seana's, Senna's, Sean's / EnGeniusEn Genius, En-Genius, Ingenious, Eugenius, Ingenuous, Engines, Ingenues, Engine's, Endogenous, Onegin's, Engineers, Enjoins, Eugenius's, Eugenia's, Eugenie's, Eugenio's, Eugen's, Angina's, Engineer's [16]
* MODEL : NL-5354AP1-Aries2
* TYPE : Dual radio Access Point
* EXTERNAL ANTENNA JACK : 2 x UFLFL, UL, EFL, UFO, URL, UFA, NFL on board
* USBSUB, USN, SB, US, USA, USO, USS, USE, USU, USP PORTS : none
* PARALLEL PORT : none

* POWER : 5V 2.5 A switch mode power supply
* WLANLAN, ELAN, WAN, ALAN, KLAN, CLAN, FLAN, PLAN, WEAN CHIPSETCHIP SET, CHIP-SET, CHIPS ET, CHIPS-ET, CHIRPIEST, CHEAPEST, CHIPS, CHICEST, CHOPPIEST, CHIPPED, HIPPEST, CHAPLET, CHEST, HIPSTER, CHIP'S, CHIRPS, CHOPS, CHRIST, CHIEFEST, CHILLEST, CHOICEST, CHASTE, SHARPEST, SHIEST, RIPEST, CHIRPED, CHAPS, SHIPS, SHIP'S : AtherosArther's, Aether's, Others, Athens, Authoress, Authors, Ether's, Authorise, Throes, Throws, Athene's, Eros, Threes, Atreus, Theresa, Therese, There's, Ethos, Afros, Gatherers, Arthur's, Author's, Athena's, Athens's, Ethe's, Three's, Theory's, Arturo's, Artery's, Throe's, Otho's, Afro's, Jethro's, Eatery's, Gatherer's AR 5112 2.4/5 GHzHz, GHQ, MHz, KHz, Z dual band radio & AR 2112
2.4 GHzHz, GHQ, MHz, KHz, Z radio
* TRANSMIT POWER :

* 802.11a up to 100 mWMW, Wm, ME, Me, maw, me, mew, mow, M, m, MSW, NW, W, w, MA, MI, MM, MO, Mo, My, ma, mi, mm, mo, mu, my, BMW, MB, MC, MD, MN, MP, MS, MT, Mb, Md, Mg, Mk, Mn, Mr, Ms, Mt, WW, mg, ml, mp, ms, mt, PW, SW, aw, cw
* 802.11b up to 200 mWMW, Wm, ME, Me, maw, me, mew, mow, M, m, MSW, NW, W, w, MA, MI, MM, MO, Mo, My, ma, mi, mm, mo, mu, my, BMW, MB, MC, MD, MN, MP, MS, MT, Mb, Md, Mg, Mk, Mn, Mr, Ms, Mt, WW, mg, ml, mp, ms, mt, PW, SW, aw, cw
* 802.11g up to 125 mWMW, Wm, ME, Me, maw, me, mew, mow, M, m, MSW, NW, W, w, MA, MI, MM, MO, Mo, My, ma, mi, mm, mo, mu, my, BMW, MB, MC, MD, MN, MP, MS, MT, Mb, Md, Mg, Mk, Mn, Mr, Ms, Mt, WW, mg, ml, mp, ms, mt, PW, SW, aw, cw

* RECIEVERECEIVE, RECEIVER, RECIFE, RELIEVE, RECEIVED, RECEIVES, REVIVE, REEVE, RESERVE, DECEIVE, RELIEVER, RECEDE, RECIPE, RECITE, RELIVE SENSITIVITY :

* TBA
* TBA

* AVAILABLE NEW : Yes, as refurbished, EOLEL, ECOL, AOL, EAL, ERL, EEL, ELL, EFL, EOE, ESL, COL, POL, SOL, EON, FOL, VOL product
* AVERAGE PRICE : $45 ebayeBay, Eba, Bay, bay, eBay's, Eba's ( justDeals)
* VITALS LAST UPDATED : 16 October 2006

OFFICIAL DETAILS

* 2 MB Flash
* 8 MB RAM
* Serial console and telnet server for CLICALI, CLIO, CLO, CLII, CL, CLIM, CLIP, CLVI, LI, CLIX, CLXI, CLY, CI, CAI, ALI, CPI, ELI, CHI, CL'S
* Usual details for this sort of device.

Note: it is a Bridging device not routing so there is no router type
services. No DHCP, No DNS, No Firewall. It does support AP, Client,
P2P and P2MP modes as well as WDS.
Quick Guide [17]
User Manual [18]

PICTURES

[19]
Larger Version [20]

OEMEM, OM, OE, OHM, POEM, OER, DEM, LEM, OED, REM, FEM, GEM, HEM, O'ER FIRMWARE

The OEMEM, OM, OE, OHM, POEM, OER, DEM, LEM, OED, REM, FEM, GEM, HEM, O'ER firmware is VXWorkesWaxworks, Waxwork's, Waxwork, Gasworks, Workweeks, Caseworkers, Casework's, Caseworker's, Gasworks's, Workweek's based.
SenaoSena, Sean, Seana, Senna, Senor, Sen, Senior, Sinai, Sana, Xena, Zena, Zeno, Sonar, Sienna, San, Sendai, Senator, Sensor, Snow, Sonia, Xenia, Zenia, Seen, Sewn, Sens, Snap, Steno, SEATO, Shena, Sn, Sane, San'a, Seine, Snead, Sauna, Scene, Sea, Sneak, Genoa, Sena's, Senate, Son, Sun, Zen, Sin, Sneer, Syn, Sear, Send, Sent, Snag, Seana's, Senna's, Sean's Firmware v 1.7 [21]

ALTERNATE FIRMWARE

There is a FreeBSDFree BSD, Free-BSD, Freebased, Freebase, Freest, Freebases, Freebies, Freebie's [22] port that will run on this little device
FreeBSDFree BSD, Free-BSD, Freebased, Freebase, Freest, Freebases, Freebies, Freebie's for mipsMIPS, mops, imps, nips, maps, Miss, mi's, miss, VIPs, dips, hips, kips, lips, mics, mils, pips, rips, sips, tips, yips, zips, mop's, imp's, map's, Mia's, Mir's, Kip's, MIT's, Mic's, Mil's, Min's, Pip's, Rip's, hip's, kip's, lip's, mil's, pip's, zip's [23]

OpenWrtOpenest, Opened, Operate, Operetta, Penrod, Opponent, Opined, Upend, Upended, Operator, Operand port [24] in progress for the AtherosArther's, Aether's, Others, Athens, Authoress, Authors, Ether's, Authorise, Throes, Throws, Athene's, Eros, Threes, Atreus, Theresa, Therese, There's, Ethos, Afros, Gatherers, Arthur's, Author's, Athena's, Athens's, Ethe's, Three's, Theory's, Arturo's, Artery's, Throe's, Otho's, Afro's, Jethro's, Eatery's, Gatherer's processor.

I have this netbooting, had to tweak the kernel cmdCmdr, CD, Cd, Cm, MD, Md, cm, CAD, COD, Cad, Cod, cad, cod, cud, DMD, cpd, CID, Ced, Cid, Cm's line and also the
kernel drivers to build in the appropriate packages.

SUPPORT FORUM

MISC NOTES & LINKS

This device has 3 interfaces, LAN, WLAN0, WLAN1. The interfaces are
bridged in the box, it has a MAC address for each interface but only
supports a single IPIPA, OP, UP, PI, IO, IMP, I, P, AP, KIP, PIP, RIP, VIP, DIP, HIP, LIP, NIP, SIP, TIP, YIP, ZIP, IA, IE, IR, PP, WP, II, DP, GP, HP, ID, IL, IN, IQ, IT, IV, JP, KP, LP, MP Address across all interfaces.
Can be configured to be a 802.11a or 802.11g client, bridge or
repeater via the command line interface, web interface is for access
point only modes.
User review [25]
Another review [26]

the CLICALI, CLIO, CLO, CLII, CL, CLIM, CLIP, CLVI, LI, CLIX, CLXI, CLY, CI, CAI, ALI, CPI, ELI, CHI, CL'S loginlo gin, lo-gin, log in, log-in, Logan, logging, legion, loin, lagoon, Lorin, logic, lodging, longing, Loni, LOGO, lagging, legging, locking, logo, looking, loon, lugging, Lin, Lon, Lonni, gin, log, loggia, logier, loxing, Loki, coin, join, lain, loan, loge, logy, lorn, slogan, Colin, Logan's is admin pwPW, WP, PE, POW, paw, pew, pow, P, p, ow, W, w, PA, PO, PP, Pa, Po, Pu, pa, pi, pp, PC, PD, PG, PM, PR, PS, PT, PX, Pb, Pd, Pl, Pm, Pr, Pt, WW, pd, pf, pg, pk, pl, pm, pr, pt, MW, NW, SW, aw, cw, kW, kw, pH iktpwATP, okapi, isotope, ictus, Oct, atop, irked, Akita, Itaipu, cutup, getup, ioctl, ACT, ADP, EDP, GDP, act, Egypt, actor, agape, Acton, Oct's, octal, octet, eked, Acts, acts, avdp, expo, Akkad, act's, acted, Akita's, ictus's
in addition there is an admin mode ( enter admin password senaoSena, Sean, Seana, senna, senor, Sen, sen, Senior, Sinai, senior, Sana, Xena, Zena, Zeno, sonar, sienna, San, Sendai, senator, sensor, Snow, Sonia, Xenia, Zenia, seen, sewn, snow, sens, snap, steno, SEATO, Shena, Sn, sane, San'a, Seine, Snead, sauna, scene, sea, seine, sneak, Genoa, Sena's, Senate, senate, Son, Sun, Zen, sin, sneer, son, sun, syn, zen, sear, send, sent, snag, Seana's, senna's, Sean's )

MODIFICATIONS / ADDON\'S

PoEPoe, POW, Pie, Pow, Ope, PE, PO, Po, Pole, Pope, Poem, Poet, Poke, Pone, Pore, Pose, OE, Pee, Poi, Poo, BPOE, Pol, Pod, Pom, Pop, Pot, DOE, Doe, EOE, Joe, Moe, Noe, Zoe, Foe, Hoe, Roe, Toe, Voe, Woe, Pox, Poe's, Po's [27] support is mentioned in the data sheet, however on my
machines the tracks have been cur from the RJ45 connector, there is
some of the detection curcuitrycircuitry, coquetry, country, curvature, cuckoldry, marquetry, parquetry, corduroy, purgatory, rocketry, culture, quackery, coquetry's but the 48 V capable powersupplypower supply, power-supply, oversupply, powerfully, resupply, Powers, powers, supply, powerlessly, power's is
not populated on the board. Instead there is a small daughter board to
take the 5V supply from the Jack.
The dinky antennas have to go... Perhaps a neat little 5.8 GHzHz, GHQ, MHz, KHz, Z YagiYogi, Magi, Aggi, Yang, Ago, Tag, Yaqui, Yugo, GI, Ya, Ag, Yak, Yogic, Yogis, Iago, Maggi, Margi, Yalu, Dago, Sago, CAI, Dag, Kai, Mag, Age, Bag, Fag, Gag, Hag, Jag, Lag, Nag, Rag, Sag, Wag, Yam, Yap, Yaw, Yoga, Yacc, Yegg, Yank, Yaks, Cage, Gage, Gigi, Nagy, Page, Saki, Yale, Yard, Yuri, Gaga, Raga, Rage, Saga, Sage, Wage, Yarn, Yawl, Yawn, Yaws, Yeti, Yogi's, Yak's, Y'all (
16 DBiDebi, DB, Db, FBI, Bi, DI, Di, DUI, Dbl, DWI, RBI, Obi, DB's, Db's in a 25 cm long antenna ) and a pannelpanel, Parnell, Dannel, Jannel, panned, panels, anneal, pane, pineal, planner, pannier, penile, Paine, Payne, Pernell, Janel, Patel, Pavel, annal, annul, paned, panes, penal, spaniel, channel, Pawnee, Penney, Daniel, Manuel, fennel, funnel, kennel, pained, pander, panzer, parcel, passel, pawned, penned, pinned, punned, punnet, runnel, tunnel, panel's, pane's, Paine's, Payne's for the 2.4 GhzHz, GHQ, MHz, KHz, Z and wrap
it in a nice little waterproof box.

DISCUSSION

It's a constrained device, ( both flash, Memory mknodmonody, mend, mind, kind, Minot, maned, mined, Mandi, mikado, Mekong, Maynord, Mont, Manda, Mandy, Mendy, Minda, Mindy, miked, mound, mooned, condo, manged, munged, Menard, canoed, manned, mentor, moaned, morned, Maginot, mint, Gounod console c 5 0

The kernel will run /etc/preinit once it has loaded. You will find
that it chokes either here or just past here when initinti, Inuit, in it, in-it, innit, unit, int, nit, Inst, inst, knit, snit runs
/etc/init.d/rcS

rcSrecs, RCA, RFCs, RVs, Cs, RC, cs, rs, arcs, R's, Ros, res, JCS, PCs, rps, Ric's, Rx's, Tc's, RCA's, C's, Cr's, arc's, Ra's, Re's, Rh's, Ru's, Ry's, re's, Ac's, Rd's, Rn's, Sc's, kc's will run through the Snn* files listed in /etc/rc.d. Once it runs
S10boot then you will be totally hosed. SO for now move that directory
aside and create a blank one in it's place. Then initinti, Inuit, in it, in-it, innit, unit, int, nit, Inst, inst, knit, snit will run without
doing the boot configuration and give you a shell to work in.

I'll go through the inssuesins sues, ins-sues, issues, ensues, onuses, insures, issue's, issuers, anuses, infuses, ionises, Inessa's, Nissie's, insides, Nisse's, insoles, Issie's, insurers, issuer's, Nissy's, infusers, insets, minuses, sinuses, Ines, inside's, Nissa's, anise's, ins's, Anissa's, insole's, insurer's, infuser's here next update.

VXWORKSWAXWORKS, WAXWORK'S, WAXWORK, GASWORKS, CASEWORK'S, GASWORKS'S BOOTLOADERBOOT LOADER, BOOT-LOADER, BOATLOAD, BOOTLACE, BOATLOADS, BOATLOAD'S, BOTTLED, BOOTLEGGER, BOLDER, BOULDER, BLOATER, BOTTLER CONFIGCON FIG, CON-FIG, CONG, CONFIDE, CONFINE, CONFIRM, CONIC, CONGO, CONFER, CONFAB, CONGA, CONFORM, CONFUSE, CONFUTE, CONVERGE, CONVOKE, CONFIGURE, CONIFER, KONG, CONJ, CONK, GONG, CONFIDER, CONCUR, CONGER, CONNIVE, CONVICT, CONVOY, CONFERS, CONFESS, CONKER, CONVEX, CONVEY

You need to set up the VxWorksWaxworks, Waxwork's, Waxwork, Gasworks, Casework's, Gasworks's [32] bootloaderboot loader, boot-loader, boatload, bootlace, boatloads, boatload's, bottled, bootlegger, bolder, Boulder, bloater, bottler, boulder to boot from the net.
It is able to find the kernel but not pass command line options.

The kernel you build will use DHCPDHAKA, HICCUP, TEACUP, TOECAP to set up the network interface
and mount the userlanduser land, user-land, island, Iceland, Ireland, overland, eland, Orland, upland, aslant, sealant from the NFSNSF, NF, NS, N'S, NOS, NUS, NBS, NFC, NFL, IFS, ND'S, F'S, NA'S, NI'S, NO'S, NU'S, CF'S, HF'S, NB'S server details returned in the
DHCPDHAKA, HICCUP, TEACUP, TOECAP response.

DHCPDHAKA, HICCUP, TEACUP, TOECAP SERVER CONFIGCON FIG, CON-FIG, CONG, CONFIDE, CONFINE, CONFIRM, CONIC, CONGO, CONFER, CONFAB, CONGA, CONFORM, CONFUSE, CONFUTE, CONVERGE, CONVOKE, CONFIGURE, CONIFER, KONG, CONJ, CONK, GONG, CONFIDER, CONCUR, CONGER, CONNIVE, CONVICT, CONVOY, CONFERS, CONFESS, CONKER, CONVEX, CONVEY

I tried to use udhcpdunhoped, Edgard, adhered, escaped, adapt, adept, adopt, edict, uncapped, unhooked, Edgardo, hiccuped, Egypt, addict, addicted, educated, educate or dnsmasqdamask, dismays, unmask, dismiss, inseams, dynamos, denims, dynamism, Denmark, deism's, denim's, densest, danseuse, dynamo's to return the DHCPDHAKA, HICCUP, TEACUP, TOECAP parameters but
they do not support netbootingnet booting, net-booting, debiting, debating, debuting, notating, nitrating, doubting machines with different parameters.
DHCPDHAKA, HICCUP, TEACUP, TOECAP is pretty robust though so if you have multiple DHCPDHAKA, HICCUP, TEACUP, TOECAP servers
running, then the client will accept the response that contains the
best/ most information.

I ran dhcpdcpd, decode, doped, duped, hoped, hyped, DPT, dpt, decade, decked, dipped, docked, ducked, damped, draped, ducted, dumped, hiccuped, scoped, dept, dict, duct, Cupid, caped, coped, cupid, rcpt, duckpond, Dhaka, dhoti, dicta, diked, ducat, duked, gaped, hacked, harped, heaped, hipped, hocked, hooped, hopped, japed, helped, humped, Capt, capt, decamped, decoder, depot, hiked, hoked, taped, tepid, typed, decrypt, hgt on the linuxLinux, lynx, Linus, links, Linc, Linuxes, lix, linkup, Linc's, Link, Link's, link, link's, Linzy, jinx, minx, Lin's, lines, lings, Linus's, Lina's, Linn's, line's, lino's machine I was serving the userlanduser land, user-land, island, Iceland, Ireland, overland, eland, Orland, upland, aslant, sealant from.

PROBLEMS

The first problem will be the device seeming to fail in the boot
process. This is because the boot loader serial console is at 115200
baud while the default OpenWrtOpenest, Opened, Operate, Operetta, Penrod, Opponent, Opined, Upend, Upended, Operator, Operand [33] kernel will set the baud to 9600.
This is so slow you will seSE, Se, SW, See, Sue, sea, see, sew, sue, Es, es, S, s, SEC, Sec, Sen, Set, Sr, Ste, sec, sen, seq, set, DE, De, she, SSE, E, e, sex, Ce, SA, SO, SS, Si, Xe, so, Ase, ESE, use, SC, SD, SF, SJ, SK, ST, Sb, Sc, Sm no messages at all after the boot loader
loads the kernel and jumps to the start address.

Fix this by either running your terminal at 9600 and ignoring the
boot loader "junk" or changing the command line of the console.

Not found console - the default firmware has /dev empty, create the
console device as described above.

errors when interacting with the NFSNSF, NF, NS, N'S, NOS, NUS, NBS, NFC, NFL, IFS, ND'S, F'S, NA'S, NI'S, NO'S, NU'S, CF'S, HF'S, NB'S mounted root fs.
need to mount the FSF'S, SF, FMS, FA, FPS, FD, GS, F, S, IFS, FY, FE, SS, FF, AS, BS, CS, ES, FL, FM, FR, HS, KS, MS, NS, OS, PS, US, XS, ZS, FT, IS, LS, RS, TS rwRe, Row, Rwy, raw, re, row, R, r, W, w, RI, RR, Ra, Rh, Ru, Ry, RC, RD, RF, RN, RP, RV, Rb, Rd, Rf, Rn, Rx, WW, rd, rm, rs, rt, MW, NW, PW, SW, aw, cw, kW, kw, ow, R's earlier in the boot process.

Don't see all the mounts in /proc - haven't worked this one out. you
can see the mounts with mount

Links:
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[1] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#vitals
[2] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#official_details
[3] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#pictures
[4] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#oem_firmware
[5] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#alternate_firmware
[6] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#support_forum
[7] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#misc_notes___links
[8] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#modifications___addon_s
[9] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#discussion
[10] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#netbooting_openwrt
[11] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#kernel_configuration
[12] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#userland
[13] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#vxworks_bootloader_config
[14] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#dhcp_server_config
[15] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#problems
[16] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?EnGenius
[17]
http://www.senao.com.tw/english/product/driverdb/000063188/Aries-AP-QuickGuide.pdf
[18]
http://www.senao.com.tw/english/product/driverdb/000063150/NL-5354AP1-Aries2-Manual-V12.pdf
[19] http://home.people.net.au/~stev391/NL-5354AP1_Inside.jpg
[20] http://home.people.net.au/~stev391/NL-5354AP1_Inside.jpg
[21]
http://www.senao.com.tw/english/product/driverdb/000063189/5354AP1Aries2-FrimwareV17.zip
[22] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?FreeBSD
[23] http://www.netbsd.org/Ports/evbmips
[24] http://wiki.openwrt.org/AtherosPort
[25] http://ben.pfountz.com/~bpfountz/5354_ap1_aries2.htm
[26]
http://www.keenansystems.com/nl5354ap1_aries2_80211_super_a_g_access_point_review.htm
[27] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?PoE
[28] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?OPENWRT
[29] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?OpenWrt
[30] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?OpenWrt
[31] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?OpenWrt
[32] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?VxWorks
[33] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?OpenWrt

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