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Someone knows this device is supported by AMiLDA?
I have found something on linux-mips.org/wiki/adm5120/:
...but this link is dead!
2-Port USB 2.0 Sharing Storage Server
IEEE802.3 10 BASE-T Ethernet, IEEE802.3u 100 BASE-TX Fast Ethernet
USB 1.1, USB 2.0
Network Transfer Protocol
Network File Protocols Microsoft Networks (SMB), Web Browser, File Transport Protocol(FTP)
Network Operating System Microsoft Windows 98/ME/NT4.0/2000/XP, Linux
2 x USB 2.0 ports, Hot-swappable
1 x 10/100Mbps auto negotiation port, Auto-MDI/MDI-X
Button 1 x Reset button for resetting to factory default
1 x Mode selection button for switching Open / Account mode
USB Storage supported type Flash Disk, Hard Disk, CD-ROM, DVD-ROM
LED Indicator Power, Mode, Network Status, USB
Power Supply External Switching, DC 5V/2.4A
Temperature 5°C ~ 50°C
Size 150*110*25 mm
Conformance FCC, CE Class B
Enable to get IP address from DHCP server, Auto IP
File System Type
IP address filtering
Via username/password to access the assigned directory (account mode)
System Log (256 items)
Firmware Download Capability
Capable of updating the FLASH program memory via Ethernet
Power-on self test
Networking time protocol
THANK YOU in ADVANCE!
Only Edimax-made models BR-6104K, BR-6104KP, and BR-6114WG are officially supported. However AMiLDA is know to work on various other vendors' devices (such as Sweex for example).
I cannot say if the model you specify is compatible or not, as i couldn't find anything about its chipset. You could taking it apart and checking what chipset it uses. Also you need a serial interface, which shouldn't be so hard anyway.
As referenced at (http://www.linux-mips.org/wiki/Adm5120) these devices should be compatible: NFS-101U, DNS-120, DN-7013-N, TS-U100, MU-5000FS, EP-9812-U
Therfore it should be an am5120 chip inside with an additional usb2 chip.
No one who has tried amilda on these devices?