Coova firmware??

Discussion in 'Other Firmware Projects' started by docfear, Dec 6, 2006.

  1. docfear

    docfear LI Guru Member


    any1 as tried Coova firmware, it looks pretty nice(based on openWRT)
    has chilli and other addons (and its own portal)

  2. Tregge

    Tregge Network Guru Member

    Hmmm...looks really great.

    Waiting for anyone testing it.
  3. Disman_ca

    Disman_ca Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    Anyone try this yet? Its now up to 1.0.4 rev51 and from the screen caps it looks pretty good for captive portal focused firmware. I think I'll give it a run on a dev wrt I have.
  4. klonepongen

    klonepongen Guest

    Yeaa coova rocks i recommand it and giv it 6 of 6 p
  5. HarshReality

    HarshReality Network Guru Member

    Looks good but they still have the v4 barrier....
  6. Disman_ca

    Disman_ca Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    What barrier? Do you mean hardware? Aside from that Coova is very good and would be something I recommend if they what to run a hotspot with minimal to low difficulty configuring.
  7. HarshReality

    HarshReality Network Guru Member

    yes, I mean the hardware 4< has only a 2M flash so its just too big. the 5 & 6 process is easy enough but its mainly rotating around DDWRT which until they do another final I am really wanting to get away from.
  8. GeeTek

    GeeTek Guest

    I would like to make a custom splash / login page for the internal captive portal. Can anybody tell me how ? AnyIP is awesome !
  9. signius

    signius Guest

    V4 Limit

    The V4 limit isn't a coova limit its a hardware limit when Linksys released the newer versions of the wrt54g they put less memory in them and switched the OS from Linux to vxworks.

    This is why you need to make sure you get a WRT54GL the L stands for Linux Linksys realised they had a huge market with hackable versions on the WRT54G which is why they still release the older ones as a GL.

    Its nothing to do with coova being too big and i have been messing with coova for a client and its a very nice bit of hacked openwrt and i would highly recommend it.
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