[Freeswitch-users] FreeSWITCH running on OpenWrt
carlos.talbot at gmail.com
Wed Apr 1 12:02:06 PDT 2009
Until I figure out how much of a load it can handle for now it's just an
I was motivated by two factors:
- Kristin had ported FreeSWITCH to Astlinux, another uClib embedded
environment. This sparked my interest in getting it to work on OpenWRT
- Asterisk has been running on OpenWRT for a while so I wanted to see how
difficult it would be to bring in FreeSWITCH.
2009/4/1 Michael Collins <msc at freeswitch.org>
> 2009/4/1 Carlos Talbot <carlos.talbot at gmail.com>
>> Is there an interest in running FreeSWITCH on OpenWRT? I recently managed
>> to compile and run a version for a MIPs based router, the Planex MZK-W04NU.
>> This router has 32MB ram, 8MB flash, runs at 400MHz, draft N support
>> (2.4GHZ), based on 2.6 kernels, a usb port and sells for about 60 bucks
>> online. I used a 2GB USB flash drive for the FreeSWITCH directory and SWAP
> Just curious - is there a use case for doing this, other than the hobbyist
> who does it because it's cool?
>> I was planning to setup a wiki page on compiling and configuring.
> Please do. We like to see all the different places and ways that people use
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