Hardware Compatibility List
This page lists hardware that we (Traverse) test and use with our boards on a regular basis.
Standard PCIe/USB3/LTE/SFP modules should work, we advise that you test any third-party modules aggresively before starting any mass deployments.
- WD Blue
M.2 NVMe (requires PCIe adaptor)
- Intel 600p M.2
- Samsung 960 EVO M.2
- Samsung SSD T3
- LSI 9240/9260 (aka "Symbios Logic MegaRAID SAS 2108 [Liberator]")
Note: You will need the storcli from Broadcom/Avago to manage this device (since you can't use the BIOS utility). Luckily, Avago does build an arm64 binary.
- InnoDisk EMPS-3401-C1 mPCIe to 4xSATA3.0 (Marvell chipset)
Most ath9k and ath10k cards should work.
- Compex WLE200N2 802.11n (ath9k)
- Compex WLE600VX 802.11ac 2x2 (ath10k)
Intel WiFi cards appear to work fine, however, these are client-only radios that will not function as access points in the 5GHz band.
- Telit LN940
- Quectel EM06
- Sierra EM7430 and EM7455
- Sierra EM7565
SFP and SFP+ transceivers
- Finisar FCLF-8521-3 1GBASE-T (only in 1G cage, multi-mode cage issue under investigation)
- Alloy MGBIC-T 1GBASE-T
- These passive SFP+ cables, tested with another LS1043 board and Mellanox ConnectX-2 EN link partners
- Cisco SFP-H10GB-CU3M
- Ubiquiti Networks 1 and 2m SFP+
- Ubiquiti Networks "UFiber" 10G MultiMode (UF-MM-10G)
- Mikrotik S+RJ10 10GBASE-T SFP+
- When operating with a non-10G link partner (10/100/1000), there is no need to change the SFP+ slot speed to 1G, as this SFP always presents a 10G bitstream