Router install

Ycarus edited this page Nov 14, 2018 · 16 revisions

Install from precompiled images

You can download precompiled images from https://www.openmptcprouter.com/

For Raspberry PI 2/3

You don't need ethernet adapters, only a switch is enough. Modems doesn't need to be directly connected to RPI ethernet port.

Download the image, then copy it to a sdcard.

You can use etcher graphical interface available for Windows, Linux and MacOS.

You can also use this commands under Linux:

gunzip openmptcprouter-*.img.gz
dd bs=4M if=openmptcprouter-*.img of=/dev/sdX conv=fsync

The Raspberry PI is then available at ip 192.168.100.1

For Banana PI BPI-R2

The build is experimental. Current status: https://github.com/Ysurac/openmptcprouter/issues/180

WAN port is used as LAN port and WANs ports as LANs ports. EMMC image is not tested.

Download the image, then copy it to a sdcard.

You can use etcher graphical interface available for Windows, Linux and MacOS.

You can also use this commands under Linux:

gunzip openmptcprouter-*.img.gz
dd bs=4M if=openmptcprouter-*.img of=/dev/sdX conv=fsync

The Banana PI BPI-R2 is then available at ip 192.168.100.1

For Virtualbox

Set one interface as Server Intel PRO/1000 MT (82545EM) set to bridge with promiscous mode enabled.

For ESXI

You can find a way to use the VMware image here: https://github.com/Ysurac/openmptcprouter/issues/87

For x86 and x86_64

Image can also be copied to an HD.

You can use etcher graphical interface available for Windows, Linux and MacOS.

You can also use this commands under Linux:

gunzip openmptcprouter-*.img.gz
dd bs=4M if=openmptcprouter-*.img of=/dev/sdX conv=fsync

Update

2 choices:

  • Save the configuration System->Backup/Flash Firmware->Backup->Generate archive, write the latest image on the SD card, restore the configuration System->Backup/Flash Firmware->Backup->Restore backup
  • Download the image then use System->Backup/Flash Firmware->Backup->Flash new firmware image. Even with this you should backup your configuration.
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