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DIY Linux Gateway Super Router!!!

i was having trouble with my netgear WNDR3300 rangemax with DDWRT lagging out if more than 1 person ran a bit torrent client so i needed a faster solution. what i tried the first time was running DDWRT on my ESXi server and it worked. it was fast but i now had the problem where i needed to be in the building to get the internet back on if the server went down. this turned into a pain so i wanted to build a small low power pc to handle the routing so i went on ebay and found a small 1ghz via industrial motherboard with dual 100mbit realtek network ports for just £20!
http://www.boser.com.tw/detail_product.asp?Model=HS-2613




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VIA V4 Eden processor 1GHz
FSB:
400MHz FSB
BIOS:
Award PnP Flash BIOS
System Chipset:
VIA CX700(M)
I/O Chipset:
Winbond W83697UF
System Memory:
1 x 200-pin SO-DIMM, DDR2 533MHz, Max. 1GB
Storage:
1 x Type II CF socket
Expansion Interface:
1 x PCI-104 slot
DIO:
8-bit input/output port
Watchdog Timer:
Software programmable time-out intervals from 1~255 sec. or 1~255 min.
H/W Status Monitor:
Monitoring temperature, voltages, and cooling fan status
Power Function:
+10~30V DC IN
Operating Temperature:
0~60 degrees C
Operating Humidity:
0~95%, non-condensing
Board Size (LxW):
145 x 102 mm
I/O Port:
3 x RS-232
1 x RS-232/422/485
5 x USB2.0 (1 x external)
1 x IDE
1 x SATA
1 x PS/2 for KB/MS
Chipset:
VIA CX700(M)
Display Memory:
32/64/128MB video memory
LVDS:
24-bit single/dual-channel
DVI:
VIA CX700(M)
TV-Out:
Provides PAL or NTSC TV systems
Resolution:
VGA Mode: 1920 x 1440
LVDS Mode: 1600 x 1200
Chipset:
VIA VT1708A
Audio Interface:
MIC In, Line Out
Chipset:
Dual RealTek RTL8100C Ethernet
Ethernet Interface:
2 x RJ-45


when it arrived it had 2 wires soldered to the bottom of the router for testing plus power, reset and a pair of LEDs on the front panel header. i am testing it with installing windows to a ancient 1gb hard drive!


I got DDWRT running no problem after putting the public x86 build onto a CF micro drive after i lost my 1gb card





I ordered a plastic project box and i plan on taking my netgear router apart and fitting it into the box along with this motherboard and wire them to a single power supply it only uses 8.4W at idle and 10w under load so i should be able to run it and the netgear router from the 12v 3a power supply i have.
 
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i ordered this box from ebay it should be big enough to fit everything inside


Running DDWRT for the moment i think im going to install PFsense
 
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this is a picture of the pcb of a netgear wndr 3300 i am going to solder 5 new new rp-sma antenna connectors to the pcb and mount them to the outside of the box 3 for the 2.4/5ghz N radio and 2 for the 54g radio so i can cut away most of the pcb around the edges untill i am left with the red square that should sit nicely below the via board.


i also found this interesting a 12v ups
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/PicoUPS-1..._UPS_Batteries_Components&hash=item2ead670729

its rated for 10a so it should have no problems powering the via motherboard, netgear router and my cable modem. i should get 6 hours with my 12v17a battery.
 

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this is pretty cool! subbed
 
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i am going to order 5 of these



along with 3 of these dual band antennas

and 2 of these TP-link 5dbi antennas





i was thinking i wonder if i could fit my cable modem in along with them....
 
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Definitely cool. What search terms did you use on eBay? "VIA industrial" something or other?
 
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I was just searching dual LAN motherboard when I seen it at auction with no bidders.
If you search for 3.5 motherboard or pc104 motherboard
You should find one the same size but few have dual LAN. If I didn't find this it would have been a socket 479 itx board with a pentium m i would have got.
 

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VIA has a list of all of their products on their website.
http://www.viaembedded.com/en/

Maybe you can find something that looks decent on there and search for it on Google? Long term I want to get a VIA Quad 1.2Ghz to take over as a gateway. The Phenom II is fast but it eats more power than a VIA would.

I personally like the idea of this: http://www.viaembedded.com/en/products/boards/1893/1/EPIA-M920.html with a VIA Quad core, but its a big on the pricey side if you can manage to find one. For a low power platform, it's looking pretty nice.
 
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VIA has a list of all of their products on their website.
http://www.viaembedded.com/en/

Maybe you can find something that looks decent on there and search for it on Google? Long term I want to get a VIA Quad 1.2Ghz to take over as a gateway. The Phenom II is fast but it eats more power than a VIA would.

I personally like the idea of this: http://www.viaembedded.com/en/products/boards/1893/1/EPIA-M920.html with a VIA Quad core, but its a big on the pricey side if you can manage to find one. For a low power platform, it's looking pretty nice.
yea its a nice processor but the issue i have with it as a router is that you cannot use more than 1 core with most router os's and if you max one core to 100% then you will end up having performance issues. thats why i got rid of my dual core atom itx board . i used to use it as my file server with 4x external usb hard drives but just copying files maxed out one of the 4 HT cores so i replaced it with a mobile 2ghz core 2 duo that ran passive on just 1v. it actually used less power becasue it used the mobile version of the 945 chipset on its motherboard rather than the desktop one that the atom used and sucked 25w on its own.

the new atoms are marginally better with the integrated memory controller and graphics for power consumption and performance but its still underpowered.

my 1ghz via chip will beat most atom cpu's in single threaded performance and thats why i just went the single core route.

what would be interesting with that via quad is having it in a laptop there i could see it being far more usefull.
 
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subbed. looks really interesting. didnt know you could get industrial motherboards like these!
 
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ok the case arrived yesterday and i done the first test fit to see if my plan would work and it was almost perfect.

the posts in the case obstruct the board slightly for lying flat. but i think i can grind out 2mm off the board so that it fits snug.



stripped down my netgear wndr3300 and sat it on the case to give me a better idea of how it would fit and how much i would have to take off it and its a better fit than i expected.

so next step is trim the motherboard so it sits flat then trim the router so it fits on to the bottom of the case and fit the antennas.
 
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all the antennas and and sp-sma leads are ordered so i can chop the router as soon as they arrive.
 

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subbed. looks really interesting. didnt know you could get industrial motherboards like these!
VIA makes a lot of really cool products if you're not in the market for high performance x86 chips. They make good low power components. Great for projects that don't require a ton of compute like a home server or a router or something along those lines. It gives you the flexibility of x86 while still being low power. It's probably a good reason why VIA has been able to hang on. The markets that VIA serves is really only threatened by AMD and bobcat/jaguar. I honestly believe that VIA has a good one up when it comes to SoC components.

All the motherboards I had in the past that used VIA chipsets worked great. I've never been disappointed with a VIA product knowing what that product is intended to be used for.
 
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(pic from ddwrt.com)

this is what i need to solder the pig tails to on the netgear router in order to do the antenna mods.
 
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VIA makes a lot of really cool products if you're not in the market for high performance x86 chips. They make good low power components. Great for projects that don't require a ton of compute like a home server or a router or something along those lines. It gives you the flexibility of x86 while still being low power. It's probably a good reason why VIA has been able to hang on. The markets that VIA serves is really only threatened by AMD and bobcat/jaguar. I honestly believe that VIA has a good one up when it comes to SoC components.
Totally. I do remember when they were a bit more "mainstream" and consumer-oriented as well, though. An old gaming rig or two had VIA chipsets and used their "4-in-1" driver. Ah, memories...
 
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Totally. I do remember when they were a bit more "mainstream" and consumer-oriented as well, though. An old gaming rig or two had VIA chipsets and used their "4-in-1" driver. Ah, memories...
I had a few of the via chipsets back in the day when it was all you could get for socket A other than the expensive nForce boards. The only thing that held it back from enthusiasts was the lack of pci frequency lock.
 

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yea the p4 chipsets didnt have the pci lock issue just the amd ones. but they had other issues like compatibility with pci-e 2.0 graphics cards. i have a board upstairs and of the graphics cards i tried in it only a couple would work. i tried - 8400gs 8600gs HD5450 HD4850 9800GX2 and only the 8400gs and HD5450 will work in it.
 
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I am going to try just cutting the sides of the router off to begin with until the antennas arrive. This will leave me with 2 antennas on the N radio and a single antenna on the G radio located at the front of the router that should work well enough for me to use till the antennas arrive and allow me to make the router small enough for it to fit into the enclosure.
 
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i used a small hacksaw and a pair of snips to trim the router down to the size i wanted. i needed to keep some of the antennas to keep the router operational untill the new ones arrived.

this is my first test fitting to see how the router would go together and i found that the holes on the motherboard line up perfect with the case support posts all i had to do was trim one down slightly to leave clearance in the case for the motherboard to be held in place

as you can see there is still alot of pcb sticking out the side of the case but this is just temporary




all plugged in and being tested. i am running it with just the back exposed just now to see how much it heats up i might have to install a small fan and drill some holes if it gets too hot.


things still to do=
solder the power cables of the motherboard to the routers DC jack'
drill cooling vents and possibly install a fan
cut back panel to expose ports
solder pigtails to fit external antennas
install new switches for the router/motherboard
rewire the router and motherboard leds into a custom front panel.
 
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Geo how did you order that board? I looked on their website but could not find a place that had an order form?
 
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Cooling Custom Water Cooling
Memory 8Gb ddr3 1600mhz XMS 3
Video Card(s) HD5970 2Gb
Storage 128Gb Sandisk SATAIII 6G/s
Display(s) 19" + 23" + 17"
Case micro atx case
Audio Device(s) XFi xtreme OEM
Power Supply 750W
Software Windows 7 x64 Ultimate
#24
i found it used at auction on ebay with no bidders i got it for £20 and £6 p&p

its a 3.5 inch motherboard or pc104 motherboard
 

brandonwh64

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System Name The StarCrunch Defender! | X58 Cruncher!
Processor I7 6700K @ STOCK | Intel I7-920
Motherboard Gigabyte Z170X-UD5 | Alienware MS-7543 X58
Cooling Corsair A70 Push/Pull | Corsair H50
Memory Crucial Ballistix DDR4 2400 MHz | Pereema 3x2GB DDR3
Video Card(s) Gigabyte Gaming G1 GTX 1070 | Gigabyte 7970 3GB
Storage 2x Samsung Pro 256GB M.2 SSD's in Raid 0 | 4TB Western Digital SATA drive
Display(s) ViewSonic VG2227wm 1080P | OLD viewsonics
Case NZXT Tempest 410 Elite | NZXT Source 210
Audio Device(s) Onboard
Power Supply Corsair 750TX | Enermax Liberty 500W
Mouse MX518 | MX502
Keyboard TESORO Mechanical | ANZO Mechanical
Software Windows 10 Pro on both
#25
Awww none show up for me on ebay :(