I’ve tried this. Just to avoid other people losing their time too - first of all, login information is incorrect. Login is root/bananapi, not pi/bananapi. It took me some time to guess. Second - this thing run Openwrt inside Debian and thats all, no practical use at all. You can’t use any tool from Openwrt to config anything because it use network information from Debian. So you have one network interface working on physical port 3 (WAN on device) and nothing more, no switch, no wifi. If you want more, first have to config it in Debian to show up in Openwrt and i’am not even sure if this will work, cose have no nerves to lose my time even more. And to be clear - no Luci outside the device, nor ssh. This thing on pictures above is from device browser itself. I don’t get whats the point of this if nothing can be configured from Openwrt, and these guys don’t bother to do it previously, making the whole ting pointless.
Sorry for my bad english and sorry if i sound mad, but i’ve never seen anything working for this device yet, except some pure Openwrt images WITH external wifi module, internal is complete crap. Every image have some cons making it unusable, the above too. You have some desktop and aps and no network functionality. I have one request - just make ONE image turning this device into router - 2 vlans for 2 separate interfaces, functional wifi AP, even with external module if there is no other way with internal crap and some network manager to configure or workable Openwrt interface, not to dig into config files on thousands places and some minimal desktop environment for aps. Is it so hard? Or you will publish a bunch of images that doesn’t work by default and just losing peoples time?