The Commotion team often gets email from people interested in trying out our router software on their devices, as well as inquiries about supporting more than just Ubiquiti models. Since the Commotion Router 1.0 release, we’ve been working on expanding support for more routers and we’d love to get your help!
We’re committed to supporting devices that are available through local supply chains, particularly in international settings. In our field work, local partners have helped us identify commonly used/available routers in their area. For example, Mikrotik router board models were identified by our partners in India and Nepal. Others have emailed us about support for various TP Link routers. We also have various routers from past projects that we’re currently testing.
In our 1.1 release of Commotion Router, we’ll be adding supported compiled images for theses routers:
The Commotion team is interested in connecting with you to help us expand support for new devices. Maybe you’ve emailed us about a specific router in the past. Perhaps you’ve read about Commotion and want to try it out. Do you have a box of tech stuff in the garage or under your desk and are thinking, “I wonder if that old router will run it…” Well we’d like to know too!
In general, Commotion Router has these system requirements:
We’ve compiled a list of potentially compatible routers on our wiki and rated each device’s potential compatibilty using the following:
If you are interested in helping out and have one or more of the routers on our list, contact us! We’ll even build a testing image for you!