Availability of the V2.0.0 Image
30th September 2020
After many months of hard works, version 2.0.0 of the WLAN Pi image has been released. The image has been rebuilt from the ground up to provide an improved software installation and update process. It's toolset has been revamped, it has many usability improvements and hardware support has been expanded.
Availability of the NEO2 Device
10th May 2020
It appears that the company who produce the NEO2 device, which is the platform on which the WAN Pi is currently built, may not be able to continue its production due to component availability issues. We understand that they are hoping to have prototypes of a replacement device during May 2020, but it looks like the NEO2 is no more.
We will be assessing the new device when it becomes available, as well as looking at possible alternatives for the WLAN Pi project hardware going forwards.
We'll still be developing for the existing platform going forwards, so the existing NEO2 platform still has very significant mileage left going forwards. The current form factor, performance and power consumption make it a very difficult act to follow, so you might like to consider getting your NEO2-based WLAN Pi while stocks last.
More details to follow as we get more information....stay tuned.
How to check client DFS channel support
14th February 2020
Image version 1.9.1 [WLPC edition] Released
13th February 2020
The new WLANPi image for WLPC Phoenix has been released, get it here : link
ZeroTier and WLAN Pi - Keeping profiles & keys for re-imaging
How to burn a new image on your WLAN Pi (Video)
19th January 2020
Video on Youtube.
WLAN Pi Image v1.9.0 released
2nd January 2019
Image version 1.9.0 is available for download at : v1.9.0
Remote access to a device behind NAT/Firewall
24th November 2019
Article by Daniel Finimundi: article
WLANPi 1.8.4 beta released
14th November 2019
Version 1.8.49(beta) is avaiable or download at : v.1.8.4
WLANPI as a SYSLOG Server ? (Blog article)
14th November 2019
Using the WLAN Pi's USB host interface in Windows 10
31st October 2019
In this blog article, Patrick Langendoen discusses how to fix an issue on Windows machines with detecting the USB connection to a WLANPi as a serial port, rather than the expected USB Ethernet /RNDIS interfaces: link