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FriendlyElec Nanopi R4S Mini Portable Travel Router OpenWRT with Dual-Gbps Ethernet Ports 4GB LPDDR4 Based in RK3399 Soc for IOT NAS Smart Home Gateway

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FriendlyWRT, or at least the sources for it, is just a few minor configuration tweaks for performance + default packages. As you can see from the above diagram the workstation is connected on the GbE switch as also the WAN interface of the Nanopi-RxS (I mean both R2S and R4S). Configured with: /home /cross /arm64 /src /gcc /configure --build=x86_64-build_pc-linux-gnu --host=x86_64-build_pc-linux-gnu --target=aarch64-cortexa53-linux-gnu --prefix= /opt /FriendlyARM /toolchain / 11.

qos (usinf HTB as shaper and fq_codel as scheduler+AQM) is a viable option if not all of cake's additional features are needed. The NanoPi R4S(as "R4S") is an open source platform with dual-Gbps Ethernet ports designed and developed by FriendlyElec for IoT applications.It seems like the microSD card was split into something like nine-ish partitions (could not remember and have not interest in testing this again) where most of them were inaccessible. New: A brand-new, unused, unopened and undamaged item in original retail packaging (where packaging . The first test is to test only the WAN interface, using my workstation which has an onboard GbE interface. Just have in mind that if you compare it with the R2S then the performance is better but also it consumes more power, as the RK3399 is a more power-hungry SoC than the RK3328. Potentially milling part of the main heatsink and deepening above the ram chip would give enough space for internal RTC battery position.

Due to the shortage of the chip that has a unique built-in MAC address, we no longer list the R4S board with a unique MAC address for retail sales. Still, I don’t think any tests or even benchmarking makes any sense unless at least reasonable SMP/IRQ affinity settings and RPS is in place.Insert an SD card which is processed with EFlasher to an SD card reader and insert this reader to a PC running Ubuntu. Flashing via Luci (explained below), gives the option to generate a list of installed applications for easy reinstall. FriendlyARM NanoPi R4S The NanoPi R4S (as “R4S”) is an open source platform designed and developed by FriendlyElec for IoT applications. Additionally, FriendlyELEC has confirmed the board will support several operating systems, including Ubuntu-based FriendlyCore 20.

I was able to import it and create a very basic 3D model only exposing the most important things like clearance holes, pin headers and the important chips by simply creating extruded bosses with height measurements I did with my caliper gauge. Only that there cannot be any power supplied by serial-to-USB-adapter, because NanoPi R4S has no fourth pin on serial connector, just GND, RX and TX. Sure enough the lights came on and OpenWrt is running – I checked with “Advanced IP Scanner on my PC and when I found the board I checked it in a browser – 192. No throttling was detected, and for instance, 7-zip scores (~5800) are roughly the same as for RockPi 4C with the Rockchip RK3399 clocked a 1.

I believe the increased consumption is due to the fact that the docker daemon runs in the background (OpenWRT) and uses 20-30% of the CPU at idle. but since the manufacturers do not pay for the operational cost and power numbers are not advertised aggressively I have some doubts. FirendlyElec also included a 1/4 inch mm screw thread located on the right side of the case that can be used to mount the unit almost everywhere, including walls. The noticeable difference between competitor boards, especially cheaper ones, is that the second interface is connected internally via PCIe and not via USB. For a reference point, my RPi4 does cake/piece_of_cake on an asymmetric 900000 kbit/s down/300000 kbit/s with no buffer bloat (waveform test).

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