Damn, it’s been a long time since I’ve used this router, but I’m sure many average Joes like it who don’t care about running on a supercharged OpenWrt router.
This is one of my ADSL modems, currently unused. Being a modem, this device is not particularly interesting to me despite it can be manipulated through Telnet according to its manual. I’ve never tried this feature.
This is a typical poor man’s wireless router. There is nothing much to say about it but I truly liked how the light of the SMD LEDs are routed to the front side.
This is the home gateway given by my ISP, T-Home Hungary. Despite of this, I was determined enough to disassemble this device and hopefully they won’t know about it or else I’ll be screwed.
As you can see it’s loaded with stuff. As for its purpose, it’s supposed to be a router plus a voice-over-IP gateway. Bonus points for the wifi chip being featured on a Mini PCI card. I have only used this beast for a short while before switching to my beloved ASUS WL500GPV2 loaded with OpenWrt.
It’s my pretty switch that I use in our family house at Harta. Unfortunately, I couldn’t remove the heat sink from the main IC to see its type without destroying it so I didn’t. Apart from that, the amount of the power supply and EMI circuitry is rather surprising to me.
Have you ever seen a print server from the inside? I can appreciate its two floor design since it’s very compact.