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Light up WRTnode2R


  • The board is powered by micro-USB connector, find an ordinary micro-USB power cable( which is not included in the retail package)
  • Plug into the baseboard's micro-USB connector, and the other side you could use any USB port which could offer more than 500mA and 5V power, such as a computer or a laptop's USB interface or a mobile phone charger or something like this.
  • The blue LED lights on and the OpenWrt starts to run in the board.
  • 20 seconds later, you will find a Wi-Fi with the SSID like WRTnode2R_xxxx( xxxx means the last four byte of the MAC address of your WRTnode2R), you could connecting the Wi-Fi with computer or phone with the password 12345678.