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This 6-inch board turns a Raspberry Pi module into a DIY router

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This 6-inch board turns a Raspberry Pi module into a DIY router

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The Router Board comes with OpenWRT installed, but it could run Ubuntu, Raspberry OS, or any other Pi-friendly system.

Seeed notes that beyond DIY routers, the CM4 Router Board could also become a gateway, mini-NAS, wireless network bridge, or mini-server.

If you're intrigued by the prospect of building a DIY router, Seeed Studio has a board that's just waiting to put a Raspberry Pi Computing Module 4 (CM4) to work.


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Author / Journalist: Kevin Purdy

Category: Technology

Topics: Homebrew router Raspberry pi cm4 Router Tech Raspberry Pi Diy router

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Published Date: 2022-08-05, 15:42:11

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Language: English

Original Article Length: 182 words

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