Netgear custom firmware

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Choosing a custom firmware for your router can be daunting. There are several options that are recommended all over the Internet, and the documentation on the actual process of installing the firmware tends to be sparse. Throw in the terms and acronyms that get tossed around, and before long, you’re happy to stick with your router’s stock firmware.

It doesn’t need to be that difficult. Each of the three major open-source firmware – DD-WRT, Tomato, and OpenWRT – has its own strengths and weaknesses that make it ideal for one situation or another. You’ll need to consider which features you need for your network and whether your router is even supported by the firmware. Those should be the most important factors you take into account when making your choice.

Also read:Band Steering: Should 2.4GHz and 5GHz Be One Network or Two?Band Steering: Should 2.4GHz and 5GHz Be One Network or Two?

DD-WRT

DD-WRT is easily the biggest player when it comes to open-source router firmware. They’ve been around for long enough to establish themselves, and they support more routers than anyone else, including lower-priced routers. There are even people selling routers with DD-WRT already flashed on them. It’s pretty safe to say that flashing DD-WRT on most routers is a good idea.

DD-WRT is a complete toolkit. It comes with nearly everything you could want in a router as well as a whole lot more that you’ll probably never even look at. That’s simultaneously one of DD-WRT’s biggest strengths and weaknesses. For people looking for maximum control, DD-WRT’s plethora of options is a welcome breath of fresh air. If you’re looking for simple and direct, though, you’re going to have a hard time navigating DD-WRT.

A few extra features DD-WRT supports include Wake on LAN for remote PC access and QoS (quality of service) built in. The latter helps better manage network traffic.

DD-WRT supports more routers than anyone else. As a result, they also have the largest community, so finding support for DD-WRT tends to be easier than other custom router firmware. Even routers that aren’t officially supported tend to get community builds that are actively supported in the DD-WRT forums.

Strengths

  • Supports tons of routers
  • Huge community
  • Built-in OpenVPN support
  • QoS support
  • Robust array of options

Weaknesses

  • Can be overwhelming for new users
  • Can be hard to find new versions for some routers

Tomato

Tomato is easily the most streamlined and user-friendly of the firmware on this list. Tomato’s been around for a while, and it’s earned a reputation for being a direct and no-nonsense firmware that gets you the features you want and need without a ton of extra junk. It’s also earned a reputation for speeding up routers.

More recently, the AdvancedTomato project has taken the classic Tomato firmware by Shibby and created a sleek and modern GUI that allows real-time monitoring of vital stats through animated graphs. The AdvancedTomato interface is one of its best selling points, making network management simpler and providing a more visually pleasing experience.

Tomato doesn’t support as many routers as its competitors, and up until the AdvancedTomato project, development was a bit scattered. If your router is supported, it might be exactly the option you’re looking for, but you’ll certainly need to check first.

Strengths

  • Modern interface
  • Fast speeds
  • Minimal footprint
  • Built-in OpenVPN
  • Real-time monitoring

Weaknesses

  • Smaller community
  • Limited router support

Also read:Top 8 Questions to Ask When Buying a New RouterTop 8 Questions to Ask When Buying a New Router

OpenWRT

OpenWRT is the oldest open-source router firmware project. It’s the precursor to both DD-WRT and Tomato, and it has earned its reputation as a powerful choice with a ton of options. OpenWRT, as it is now, is actually a merger of the classic OpenWRT and LEDE.

OpenWRT might be the best option for free software enthusiasts. It’s the only one on this list that doesn’t include non-free binary blobs. While all three of these firmware are based on Linux, OpenWRT is the most like a traditional distribution.

That openness comes at a cost, though. There are plenty of routers that OpenWRT simply can’t fully support because they require non-free drivers to run. The project’s hardware table contains more than a few entries with partial support and no functional Wi-Fi thanks to this.

OpenWRT offers even more fine-grained control than DD-WRT, but that also comes at the price of simplicity. This firmware requires some knowledge to use properly and quite a bit more to make it worthwhile. OpenWRT is best for more technical people who know exactly what they want.

Strengths

  • Tons of options
  • Built-in OpenVPN
  • QoS Support
  • Ability to dig into lower levels

Weaknesses

  • Not as user friendly
  • More time to get running
  • Supports fewer routers

Also read:How to Troubleshoot a RouterHow to Troubleshoot a Router

Considering Other Options

For most users, one of the above router firmware options is fine. However, you might be looking for something more specific, such as something for an older router or a certain feature. If so, you may want to consider one of the following firmware:

  • Gargoyle – It’s based on OpenWRT and offers both a GUI and a command line interface. It’s designed mainly for older routers with Atheros and Broadcom-based chipsets. You’ll also find a built-in VPN, QoS, adblocker, Tor client, and network file sharing capabilities.
  • Commotion Wireless – If you want to create your own mesh network using existing routers, give this router firmware a try. It’s based on OpenWRT as well, giving you many of the same benefits but with mesh networking built-in.
  • HyperWRT – This is designed specifically for Linksys WRT54G and WRT54GS routers. It gives a power boost while still maintaining much of the original firmware.
  • Sabai OS – This router firmware is based on Tomato and comes pre-flashed on Sabai’s VPN routers. It includes all the major features, such as QoS, DMZ, port forwarding, bridging, and more. It can be one of the easier firmware to manage but only on certain routers.

Before you choose any firmware, make sure it’s compatible with your current router. Also, make a note of the firmware you currently have so you can restore it if something doesn’t work out the way you want.

Closing Thoughts

Overall, DD-WRT is the best choice for compatibility and features. However, Tomato and OpenWRT are still worth using, especially with easier-to-use interfaces and setup.

Whichever one you choose, you’re more than likely to see a noticeable improvement over your router’s stock firmware. You’ll also get the added functions, like OpenVPN client support, that will enable you to do more with your network.

As an added bonus, all of these tend to be more secure than manufacturer firmware and receive more regular updates, should you choose to install them. Of course, when installing custom firmware, be sure to carefully follow the instructions from the developers to reduce the risk of damaging your router.

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Netgear R6300

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This is only for v1 (MIPS) hardware, which has "R6300" printed on the bottom label.
The R6300v2 has an ARM SoC and is not covered here.

CPU Broadcom BCM4706
CPU Speed 600 MHz
Flash ROM 128 MB
RAM 128 MB
Radios BCM4360 5 GHz & BCM4331 2.4 GHz
WLAN Support a/n+ac 3x3:3 & b/g/n 3x3:3
WLAN Max Speed 450 Mbps on 2.4Ghz and 1300 Mbps on 5Ghz
Antenna Location Internal
Switch 4x GigE LAN + 1 GigE WAN
USB 2x USB 2.0
Power Adapter 12VDC 5A

Read the Firmware FAQ (and Peacock Announcement for historical reference on Broadcom devices and related procedures).

[edit]Initial DD-WRT Installation

NOTE: Read the entirety of this page before installation, especially the Build Info section. Builds marked as "recommended" may be outdated, and newer builds can be used once their "New Build" thread is reviewed. See Where do I download firmware? for links.

To go from stock Netgear firmware on the R6300 to DD-WRT:

  1. Download trailed initial flash (.chk) R6300 firmware.
    • KRACK fix trailed build 33772 can be directly flashed from OEM (V1.0.2.80_1.0.59 tested).
    • tested 2020 build 43078 can be directly flashed from last OEM (V1.0.2.80_1.0.59).
    • Do not consider this a build recommendation!
  2. Reset router:
    1. Turn on router, wait for Power light to go solid green.
    2. Press & hold Reset button for 20sec, or until Power light starts flashing.
    3. Release Reset button, and router should reboot with much flashing of lights.
    4. Wait for Power light to go solid green again.
  3. Disconnect PC from any network (wired or wireless).
  4. Connect PC Ethernet port to a router Ethernet port (not the yellow Internet port) with a cable, and wait for PC to be configured by router DHCP (which can take up to a full minute).
  5. Open Web browser and clear cache. (Initiate by holding down Shift and Ctrl while pressing Delete.)
  6. In Web browser, go to http://192.168.1.1 or http://www.routerlogin.net
  7. At Configuring the Internet Connection select No, I want to configure the Internet connection myself.
    • Proceed through the confirmation.
  8. Click on Advanced > Administration > Router Update
  9. Browse to the downloaded initial trailed (.chk) build, and proceed.
    • Ignore any message that the update is older than the existing firmware, and proceed to update.
  10. After router says it is done, wait until it fully reboots and the power light is solid green again.
    • This may take several additional minutes.
  11. In Web browser, go to http://192.168.1.1 and verify DD-WRT successfully installed.
  12. Reset router (as described above), and wait for Power light to go solid green again.
  13. In web browser, again go to http://192.168.1.1 and you should see the DD-WRT create password screen.
  14. Set a strong password, login, and configure DD-WRT.

[edit]DD-WRT Upgrade

To upgrade from DD-WRT to another version of DD-WRT:

  1. Reset router as described in Initial DD-WRT Installation.
  2. Disconnect PC from any network (wired or wireless).
  3. Connect PC Ethernet port to a router Ethernet port (not the yellow Internet port) with a cable, and wait for PC to be configured by router DHCP (which can take up to a full minute).
  4. Open Web browser and clear cache. (Initiate by holding down Shift and Ctrl while pressing Delete.)
  5. In Web browser, go to http://192.168.1.1 and login.
  6. Click on Administration > Firmware Upgrade
  7. Choose File to select firmware downloaded in Step 1 above, and proceed.
  8. After router says it is done, wait until it has fully rebooted and Power light has gone solid green again.
    (This may take several additional minutes.)
  9. In Web browser, go to http://192.168.1.1 and verify DD-WRT successfully upgraded.
  10. Reset router (as described above), and wait for Power light to go solid green again.
  11. In web browser, again go to http://192.168.1.1 and you should see the DD-WRT create password screen.
  12. Set a strong Password, Login, and configure DD-WRT.

[edit]Return to Stock

Flashing back to stock Netgear firmware is supported. Use the DD-WRT Web interface to upload Netgear firmware using the DD-WRT Upgrade procedure, and be sure to then reset the router as described in Initial DD-WRT Installation.

Please note that all DDWRT builds for many years now are "beta" builds, as development is ongoing. Brainslayer has not made an official "stable" build since about 2009. In most cases beta builds are as stable as and have many more fixes than official releases.

Kong Builds: See Where do I download firmware?

Kong no longer supports r6300v1 (only v2 is still supported). Therefore the Kong K3-AC 25015-SP1' build is the last Kong build for r6300v1. Kong's changes get rolled into the official SVN repository for Brainslayer's builds. As of September 2019, Kong has retired from DDWRT and will no longer produce builds for any routers.

[edit]Limitations

Prior to build 33006, DDWRT did not support accelerated NAT[1] which is required for Gigabit throughput on WAN port for this router. Internet speeds will be capped around 110 to 120 Megabit. This is a non-issue for ISP service providing less than these speeds. For anything faster you would have to switch to Tomato (http://tomato.groov.pl/?page_id=164) custom firmware or use Stock firmware to achieve Gigabit speeds on WAN side.

[edit]Alternative Firmware

FreshTomato is the latest Tomato branch supporting the R6300v1.

Latest stable build of Duxa's mod can be found here.

[edit]Forum Threads

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If you want to securely connect your Netgear router to a VPN server in a remote location, we highly recommend ExpressVPN. ExpressVPN makes its own custom firmware, which works with two popular Netgear router models: Nighthawk R6300v2; Nighthawk R7000; The benefit of this custom firmware is that once installed, it's all set up and ready to go.

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The firmware images can then be obtained via the Router Database. January 15, 2016 Following Linksys’ CES announcement made on Jan 05th in Las Vegas accompanied by a first preview version for the Linksys WRT1900AC now also versions for the WRT1200AC, WRT1900AC v2 & WRT1900ACS are available via DD-WRT’s router database.

Upgrading my Netgear DGN 1000 with custom firmware Upgrading my Netgear DGN 1000 with custom firmware? Hi Isabella, By upgrading your firmware it will improve your wireless connection performance, or playing online games over a wireless connection, but before upgrading you need to make sure that your router is securely connected to a power supply. Amazon.com: NETGEAR Nighthawk X6 Smart WiFi Router (R8000

NETGEAR OpenSource Central | MyOpenRouter

This custom firmware allows you to boost the WiFi signal in your wireless router, run an OpenVPN or PPTP client and remotely access your home network. The features are different for each third-party firmware but, those are just a few benefits of DD-WRT .

Sours: https://supervpnqdyu.web.app/borgmann38127xuf/netgear-router-custom-firmware-355.html
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What is wrong with your default router’s firmware? Some people have the view that everyone should have the freedom to control the software that runs on devices they own, if required, to make necessary changes for the better. These third party firmware comes with additional functions such as bandwidth allocation, bandwidth quotas, parental control, boost wireless wifi signals, enable password internet access, and more. Turn a regular old router into an enterprise-class device.

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Warning – There is also a chance you might brick your router when flashing. Make sure you have a copy of the original firmware, also avoid performing this on a brand new router as this would void the warranty.

↓ 01 – DD-WRT | Supported Routers

DD-WRT Free Alternative Router Firmware To Boost Your Wireless Wi-Fi

DD-WRT is the most popular Linux based alternative OpenSource firmware, it is suitable for a great variety of WLAN routers and embedded systems. The main emphasis lies on providing the easiest possible handling while at the same time supporting a great number of functionalities within the framework of the respective hardware platform used.

  • Supports more than 200 different devices
  • Supports all current WLAN standards (802.11a/b/g/n*)
  • VPN integration
  • Supports various Hotspot systems
  • Bandwidth management

↓ 02 – OpenWrt | Supported Routers

OpenWrt Free Alternative Router Firmware To Boost Your Wireless Wi-Fi

OpenWrt ​is a highly extensible ​GNU/​Linux ​distribution for embedded devices ​(typically wireless routers). Unlike many other distributions for these routers, OpenWrt ​is built from the ground up to be a full-featured, easily modifiable operating system for your router.

In practice, this means that you can have all the features you need with none of the bloat, powered by a Linux kernel ​that’s more recent than most other distributions. For developers, OpenWrt is the framework to build an application without having to build a complete firmware around it; for users this means the ability for full customization, to use the device in ways never envisioned.

↓ 03 – Gargoyle | Supported Routers

Gargoyle Free Alternative Router Firmware To Boost Your Wireless Wi-Fi

Gargoyle is a free firmware upgrade for your wireless router, based on OpenWRT but with an enhanced interface (not LUCI) focused on ease of use. Reliable, easy to use and configure, and you’ll know exactly where your bandwidth is allocated thanks to the convenient graphs available in the administration interface.

  • Monitor Bandwidth – usage for every computer
  • Set Quotas and Throttles – ensuring that network resources are allocated fairly
  • Block Forbidden Websites – or block everything except a white-list of allowed addresses
  • Configuration A Wireless Bridge – connecting two networks without any ugly wires

↓ 04 – Tomato | Supported Routers

Tomato Free Alternative Router Firmware To Boost Your Wireless Wi-Fi

Tomato is a system based on Linux, dedicated for routers with Broadcom chipset and distributed on the GPL license. Its development was started by Jonathan Zarate. This advanced system consists of an especially user-friendly interface, thanks to which even inexperienced users can work with it easily. The most important functions are:

  • Bandwidth monitoring
  • Advanced QoS
  • Password Access control
  • Enabled SSH/Telnet protocols
  • Configurable buttons and LED’s
  • Support for many wireless modes

↓ 05 – LEDE Project [ Merged with OpenWRT ] | Supported Routers

[ Merged With OpenWRT ]

LEDE Project Free Alternative Router Firmware To Boost Your Wireless Wi-Fi

The LEDE project was founded as a spin-off of the OpenWrt project and shares many of the same goals. We are building an embedded Linux distribution that makes it easy for developers, system administrators or other Linux enthusiasts to build and customize software for embedded devices, especially wireless routers. The name LEDE stands for Linux Embedded Development Environment.

LEDE software is a complete replacement for the firmware for many home and small-office routers and embedded devices. If you are happy with your current system, you should probably stick with what’s working. LEDE provides stable, robust, secure, and high performance firmware for home routers and embedded devices. With LEDE, you have fewer concerns about needing to reboot your router frequently, security flaws, or poor performance.

  • Ad-blocking to avoid the worst of popups and annoying web images
  • VPN services, to allow secure access to your home network while you’re away
  • Secure access to remote services to avoid snooping on your traffic while you’re browsing from home.
  • Guest Wi-Fi networks with password, that are firewalled from private/business/family networks
  • Time limits & parental controls for selected devices and many other capabilities.

↓ 06 – ROOter | Supported Routers

ROOter router alternative

ROOter project is an open source firmware for over one hundred different routers that provides extensive support for the use of USB Cellular modems in routers that don’t support this from the factory. It is based on firmware from the OpenWrt project. The goal of this project is to provide support for a large number of USB modems and have them operate at full speed on your Provider’s Network. Plus it provides detailed information about your connection such as signal strength and cell tower details.

ROOter has been available since April 2013 and has proved to be a popular download for improving routers. In 2016 there were 252,000 firmware downloads of ROOter images. Since its inception there have been over 500,000 firmware downloads of all the different ROOter versions.

↓ 07 – libreCMC | Supported Routers

libreCMC Free Alternative Router Firmware To Boost Your Wireless Wi-Fi

Now merged with LibreWRT, libreCMC is the libre Embedded GNU/Linux Distro. libreCMC is a set of fully free embedded Operating Systems for general purpose computers. It aims to give its users freedom and control over the software that runs on their hardware. Most of the hardware that libreCMC supports includes a wide range of routers and some small single board computers. A set of fully free embedded Operating Systems that work on routers and a wide range of general purpose computers.

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D-Link DSL-504T Texas Instruments TNETD7200
D-Link DSL-524T Texas Instruments TNETD7300
D-Link DSL-584T Texas Instruments TNETD7300
D-Link DSL-2542B/3B Broadcom BCM6338
D-Link DSL-2640B Broadcom BCM6333
D-Link DSL-2640S Broadcom BCM63281
D-Link DSL-2640U(B) Broadcom BCM6348
D-Link DSL-2640U/BRU/C C1 Broadcom BCM6338
D-Link DSL-2650U/BRU/D D1, D2 Broadcom BCM6358
D-Link DSL-2730U Broadcom BCM6328
D-Link DSL-2740B/1B Broadcom BCM6358
D-Link DSL-2740B/1B Broadcom BCM6358
D-Link DSL-2740B/1B Broadcom BCM6328
D-Link DSL-2740B Broadcom BCM6358
D-Link DSL-2740U Broadcom BCM6358
D-Link DSL-3680 Ralink RT63365E
D-Link DSL-G624T Texas Instruments TNETD7300
D-Link DSL-G684T Texas Instruments TNETD7300
D-Link DSR-250N Cavium CNS3411
D-Link DVA-G3810BN/TL Broadcom BCM6358
D-Link DVG-5402SP USB Realtek RTL8651BV
D-Link DWL-2100AP Atheros AR2313A
D-Link DWL-2100AP Atheros AR2313A
D-Link DWR-116 A1 MediaTek MT7620N
D-Link DHP-1565 Atheros AR9344
D-Link DIR-869 A1 Qualcomm Atheros QCA9563
D-Link DIR-615 C1, C2 Atheros AR9130
D-Link DCH-M225 Mediatek MT7620A
D-Link DIR-610 A1 Ralink RT5350
D-Link DWR-512 B Ralink RT5350

Huawei E970 Broadcom BCM5354
Huawei HG255D Ralink RT3052
Huawei HG520v Broadcom BCM6359
Huawei HG532 Ralink RT3052F
Huawei HG532C Realtek RTL8672
Huawei HG553 Broadcom BCM6358
Huawei HG556a Broadcom BCM6358
Huawei HG622 xDSL modem Broadcom BCM6368
Huawei HG655b xDSL modem Broadcom BCM6368
Huawei HG655d xDSL modem Broadcom BCM6368
Huawei HG8245 Hisilicon SD5113
Huawei HG8245H ARM
Huawei HG556a ADSL modem, VoIP Broadcom BCM6358
Huawei HG556a ADSL modem, VoIP Broadcom BCM6358

Linksys AG241 Texas Instruments TNETD7200ZDW
Linksys AG241 Texas Instruments TNETD7200ZDW
Linksys AG241 Texas Instruments TNETD7200ZDW
Linksys E1700 MediaTek MT7620A
Linksys E2100L Atheros AR9132
Linksys E4200 Marvell 88F6282
Linksys EA3500 Marvell 88F6282
Linksys EA4500 Marvell 88F6282
Linksys EA6100 MediaTek MT7620A
Linksys EA6200 Broadcom BCM47081
Linksys EA6300 Broadcom BCM4708A0
Linksys EA6400 Broadcom BCM4708A0
Linksys EA6500 Broadcom BCM4708A0
Linksys EA6700 Broadcom BCM4708A0
Linksys EA8500 Qualcomm Atheros IPQ8064
Linksys NSLU2 Intel IXP422
Linksys RE6500 MediaTek MT7621AT
Linksys RTP300 Texas Instruments TNETV1060
Linksys WAG54G Texas Instruments TNETD7300GDU (AR7WRD)
Linksys WAG54G Texas Instruments TNETD7200ZDW
Linksys WAG54G ADSL modem Broadcom BCM6348
Linksys WAG54GS Broadcom BCM6348
Linksys WAG54GX2 Broadcom BCM6348
Linksys WAG160N WIP Broadcom BCM6358
Linksys WAG160N WIP Broadcom BCM6358
Linksys WAG200G Texas Instruments TNETD7200ZDW
Linksys WAG220G Texas Instruments TNETD7200ZDW
Linksys WAG354G Texas Instruments TNETD7300AGDW
Linksys WAG354G Texas Instruments TNETD7200ZDW
Linksys WAP4410N Atheros AR9132
Linksys WRH54G Broadcom BCM5354
Linksys WRT54G-TM Broadcom BCM5352
Linksys WRT54G Broadcom BCM4712
Linksys WRT54G3GV2(-VF) Broadcom BCM5350
Linksys WRT54G Broadcom BCM4710
Linksys WRT54G Broadcom BCM4710
Linksys WRT54G Broadcom BCM4712
Linksys WRT54G Broadcom BCM5352
Linksys WRT54GL Broadcom BCM5352
Linksys WRT54GS Broadcom BCM4712
Linksys WRT54GS Broadcom BCM5352
Linksys WRT150N Broadcom BCM4704
Linksys WRT160N Broadcom BCM4716
Linksys WRT160NL Atheros AR9130
Linksys WRT310N Broadcom BCM4716
Linksys WRT320N Broadcom BCM4717
Linksys WRT400N Atheros AR7161
Linksys WRT600N Broadcom BCM4785
Linksys WRT1200AC Marvell Armada 385 88F6820
Linksys WRT1900AC Marvell Armada XP MV78230
Linksys WRT1900AC Marvell Armada 385 88F6820
Linksys WRT1900ACS Marvell Armada 385 88F6820
Linksys WRT3200ACM Marvell Armada 385 88F6820
Linksys WRTP54G Texas Instruments TNETV1050
Linksys WRTSL54GS Broadcom BCM4704
Linksys WRTU54G-TM Infineon ADM8668
Linksys WRV54G Intel IXP425
Linksys WVC54GCA Geode GX1 x86
Linksys WRT310N Broadcom BCM4785
Linksys E1200 Broadcom BCM5357B0
Linksys E1500 Broadcom BCM5357B0
Linksys E1550 Broadcom BCM5358UB0
Linksys E2500 Broadcom BCM5358UB0
Linksys E2500 Broadcom BCM5358UB0
Linksys E1200 Broadcom BCM5357
Linksys E2500 Broadcom BCM5358
Linksys E3000 Broadcom BCM4718
Linksys WRT300N Broadcom BCM5750
Linksys WRT300N Broadcom BCM4704
Linksys WRT350N Broadcom BCM4785
Linksys WRT350N Marvell 88F5181L
Linksys WRT610N Broadcom BCM4705
Linksys WRT610N Broadcom BCM4718
Linksys E1000 Broadcom BCM4716
Linksys E1000 Broadcom BCM5357
Linksys E2000 Broadcom BCM4717
Linksys E3200 Broadcom BCM47186
Linksys E4200 Broadcom BCM4718
Linksys E900 Broadcom BCM53572

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Netgear DG834G Texas Instruments TNETD7300
Netgear DG834G Texas Instruments TNETD7200ZDW
Netgear DG834G Broadcom BCM6348
Netgear DG834GT Broadcom BCM6348
Netgear DGN1000B Lantiq AMAZON-SE
Netgear DGN2200 Broadcom BCM6358U
Netgear DGN2200 WIP Broadcom BCM6328
Netgear DGN2200 Broadcom BCM63281
Netgear DGN2200 Broadcom BCM63281
Netgear DGN3500 Lantiq XWAY ARX168
Netgear DGN3500B Lantiq XWAY ARX168
Netgear DGND3700 xDSL modem Broadcom BCM6368
Netgear DGND3700 Broadcom BCM6362
Netgear DGND3800B xDSL modem Broadcom BCM6368
Netgear DGND4000 Broadcom BCM6361
Netgear EVG2000 Broadcom BCM6369
Netgear EX2700 MediaTek MT7620A
Netgear FVS318N Cavium CNS3411
Netgear FVX538 Intel IXP425
Netgear MBRN3000 Broadcom BCM6358
Netgear R6100 Atheros AR9344
Netgear R6250 Broadcom BCM4708A0
Netgear R6300 Broadcom BCM4708A0
Netgear R7000 Broadcom BCM4709A0
Netgear R7900 Broadcom BCM4709A0
Netgear R8000 Broadcom BCM4709A0
Netgear VVG2000-1 Broadcom BCM6368
Netgear WAG302 Intel IXP422BB
Netgear WAG302 Intel IXP422BB
Netgear WG302 Intel IXP422BB
Netgear WG302 Intel IXP422BB
Netgear WGT634U Broadcom BCM5365
Netgear WN604 WIP Atheros AR7240
Netgear WN802T Atheros AR9132
Netgear WN2000RPT Atheros AR9132
Netgear WN2000RPT Atheros AR7241
Netgear WNDAP360 Atheros AR7161
Netgear WNDR37AV Atheros AR7161
Netgear WNDR37AV Atheros AR7161
Netgear WNDR3300 Broadcom BCM4704
Netgear WNDR3400 Broadcom BCM4718
Netgear WNDR3400 Broadcom BCM5357
Netgear WNDR3400 Broadcom BCM5358
Netgear WNDR3700 Atheros AR7161
Netgear WNDR3700 Atheros AR7161
Netgear WNDR3700 Broadcom BCM4718A1
Netgear WNDR3700 Atheros AR9344
Netgear WNDR3800 Atheros AR7161
Netgear WNDR3800 Atheros AR7161
Netgear WNDR4000 Broadcom BCM4718
Netgear WNDR4300 Atheros AR9344
Netgear WNDR4500 Broadcom BCM4706
Netgear WNDR4700 AppliedMicro APM82181
Netgear WNR612 Atheros AR7240
Netgear WNR834B Broadcom BCM4704KFBG
Netgear WNR854T Marvell 88F5180NB1
Netgear WNR1000 Atheros AR7240
Netgear WNR2000 Atheros AR9130
Netgear WNR2000 Broadcom BCM4716
Netgear WNR2000 Atheros AR7240
Netgear WNR2000 vAtheros AR9341
Netgear WNR2200 Atheros AR7241
Netgear WNR3500L Broadcom BCM4718
Netgear WNR3500L Broadcom BCM47186
Netgear WNR3500U Broadcom BCM4718
Netgear WPN824N Atheros AR7240
Netgear WPN824N Atheros AR7240
Netgear WNR3500 Broadcom BCM4718A1
Netgear R7500 Qualcomm IPQ8064
Netgear WNR1000 Broadcom BCM5356
Netgear R7500 Qualcomm Atheros
Netgear WNCE2001 Ralink RT3052
Netgear R7800 Qualcomm Atheros IPQ8065
Netgear WNDR3700 MediaTek MT7621ST
Netgear WN3000RP Broadcom BCM5357C0

Raspberry Pi Foundation Raspberry Pi Broadcom BCM2835
Raspberry Pi Foundation Raspberry Pi Broadcom BCM2835
Raspberry Pi Foundation Raspberry Pi 3 Broadcom BCM2837
Raspberry Pi Foundation Raspberry Pi Broadcom BCM2835
Raspberry Pi Foundation Raspberry Pi 2 Broadcom BCM2836

TP-Link Archer C7R WDR7500 v4.0 Qualcomm Atheros QCA9880
TP-Link Archer C7R WDR7500 v5.0 Qualcomm Atheros QCA9880
TP-Link Archer C50 MediaTek MT7620A
TP-Link Archer C2600 Qualcomm Atheros IPQ8064
TP-Link Archer VR900v Broadcom BCM63168, Broadcom BCM4709
TP-Link RE200 MediaTek MT7620A
TP-Link RE450 Qualcomm Atheros QCA9558
TP-Link TD-W8960N Broadcom BCM6358
TP-Link TD-W8960N Broadcom BCM6318
TP-Link TD-W8968 Broadcom BCM6318
TP-Link TD-W8970 Lantiq XWAY VRX268
TP-Link TD-W8970 Broadcom BCM6321
TP-Link TD-W8980 Lantiq XWAY VRX268
TP-Link TD-W9980 Lantiq XWAY VRX268
TP-Link TL-CPE210 Atheros AR9344
TP-Link TL-CPE510 Atheros AR9350-BC2B
TP-Link TL-MR22U Qualcomm Atheros QCA9531
TP-Link TL-MR3040 Atheros AR9331
TP-Link TL-WA730RE Atheros AR7240
TP-Link TL-WA801ND Atheros AR9341
TP-Link TL-WA801ND Qualcomm Atheros QCA9533-BL3A
TP-Link TL-WA830RE Atheros AR7240
TP-Link TL-WA830RE Atheros AR9341
TP-Link TL-WA850RE Atheros AR9341
TP-Link TL-WA901ND Qualcomm Atheros TP9343
TP-Link TL-WA5210G Atheros AR2315
TP-Link TL-WDR4300 Atheros AR9344
TP-Link TL-WDR6500 Qualcomm Atheros QCA956X
TP-Link TL-WR710N Atheros AR9331
TP-Link TL-WR710N Atheros AR9331
TP-Link TL-WR710N Atheros AR9331
TP-Link TL-WR720N Atheros AR9331
TP-Link TL-WR720N Atheros AR9331
TP-Link TL-WR740N Atheros AR9331
TP-Link TL-WR740N Atheros AR9331-AL3A
TP-Link TL-WR740N
TP-Link TL-WR740N Qualcomm Atheros QCA9533
TP-Link TL-WR741ND Atheros AR7240
TP-Link TL-WR741ND Atheros AR7240
TP-Link TL-WR741ND Atheros AR9331
TP-Link TL-WR800N Atheros AR9341
TP-Link TL-WR810N Qualcomm Atheros QCA9531
TP-Link TL-WR810N Qualcomm Atheros QCA9531
TP-Link TL-WR841N(D) Qualcomm Atheros QCA9533-BL3A
TP-Link TL-WR841N(D) Qualcomm Atheros QCA9533
TP-Link TL-WR940N Atheros AR7240 rev 2
TP-Link TL-WR941ND Atheros AR9341
TP-Link TL-WR941ND Qualcomm TP9343
TP-Link TL-WR1041N Atheros AR9342
TP-Link TL-WR1041ND Atheros AR9342
TP-Link TL-WR1043ND Qualcomm Atheros QCA9558
TP-Link TL-WR1043ND Qualcomm Atheros QCA9558
TP-Link TL-WR1043ND Qualcomm Atheros QCA9563
TP-Link Archer C2 AC750 MediaTek MT7620A
TP-Link Archer C5 AC1200 Qualcomm Atheros QCA9558
TP-Link Archer C5 AC1200 Broadcom BCM47081
TP-Link Archer C7 AC1750 Qualcomm Atheros QCA9558
TP-Link Archer C8 Broadcom BCM4708
TP-Link Archer C9 Broadcom BCM4709
TP-Link Archer C20i AC750 MediaTek MT7620A
TP-Link Archer MR200 MediaTek MT7620A
TP-Link TL-WR740N Atheros AR7240
TP-Link TL-WR740N Atheros AR7240
TP-Link TL-WR740N Atheros AR9330
TP-Link TL-WR842ND Atheros AR7241
TP-Link TL-WR842ND Atheros AR9341
TP-Link TL-WR941ND Atheros AR9132
TP-Link TL-WR941ND Atheros AR9132
TP-Link TL-WR941ND Atheros AR9132
TP-Link TL-WR941ND Atheros AR7240
TP-Link TL-WR740N
TP-Link TL-MR11U
TP-Link TL-WA7210N
TP-Link TL-WA801ND
TP-Link TL-WPA8630
TP-Link TL-WR741ND
TP-Link TL-WR843ND Atheros AR9341
TP-Link TL-WR940N Qualcomm Atheros TP9343
TP-Link TL-WR842N Qualcomm Atheros QCA9531
TP-Link TL-WDR4900 Freescale P1014
TP-Link TL-WDR4900 Qualcomm Atheros QCA9558
TP-Link Archer C7R WDR7500 Qualcomm Atheros QCA9558
TP-Link Archer C7R WDR7500 Qualcomm Atheros QCA9558
TP-Link Archer C7 AC1750 Qualcomm Atheros QCA9558
TP-Link TL-MR10U Atheros AR9331
TP-Link TL-MR11U Atheros AR9331
TP-Link TL-MR12U Atheros AR9331
TP-Link TL-MR13U Atheros AR9331
TP-Link TL-MR3020 Atheros AR7240
TP-Link TL-MR3040 Atheros AR7240
TP-Link TL-MR3220 Atheros AR7241
TP-Link TL-MR3220 Atheros AR9331
TP-Link TL-MR3420 Atheros AR7241
TP-Link TL-MR3420 Atheros AR9341
TP-Link TL-WA701ND Atheros AR7240
TP-Link TL-WA701ND Atheros AR9331
TP-Link TL-WA750RE Atheros AR9341
TP-Link TL-WA860RE Atheros AR9341
TP-Link TL-WA901ND Atheros AR7240
TP-Link TL-WA901ND Atheros AR9132
TP-Link TL-WA901ND Atheros AR9341
TP-Link TL-WDR3320 Atheros AR9344
TP-Link TL-WDR3500 Atheros AR9344
TP-Link TL-WDR3600 Atheros AR9344
TP-Link TL-WDR4310 Atheros AR9344
TP-Link TL-WR1043ND Atheros AR9132
TP-Link TL-WR2543ND Atheros AR7242
TP-Link TL-WR703N Atheros AR9331
TP-Link TL-WR710N Atheros AR9331
TP-Link TL-WR741ND Atheros AR9331
TP-Link TL-WR743ND Atheros AR7240
TP-Link TL-WR743ND Atheros AR7240
TP-Link TL-WR802N Qualcomm Atheros
TP-Link TL-WR841N(D) Atheros AR7130
TP-Link TL-WR841N(D) Atheros AR9132
TP-Link TL-WR841N(D) Atheros AR7241
TP-Link TL-WR841N(D) Atheros AR9341
TP-Link TL-WR841N(D) Qualcomm Atheros QCA9533-AL3A
TP-Link TL-WR841N(D) Atheros AR7240
TP-Link TL-WA7510N Atheros AR7240
TP-Link VR2600v Qualcomm IPQ8064
TP-Link EAP120 Qualcomm Atheros
TP-Link TL-WR941N Atheros AR9344
TP-Link WBS210 Qualcomm Atheros AR9350B
TP-Link WBS510 Qualcomm Atheros AR9350B
TP-Link VR200v Lantiq XWAY VRX288

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The OpenWrt Project is a Linux operating system targeting embedded devices. Instead of trying to create a single, static firmware, OpenWrt provides a fully writable filesystem with package management. This frees you from the application selection and configuration provided by the vendor and allows you to customize the device through the use of packages to suit any application. For developers, OpenWrt is the framework to build an application without having to build a complete firmware around it; for users this means the ability for full customization, to use the device in ways never envisioned.

See the Table of Hardware for supported devices. For more information about OpenWrt project organization, see the About OpenWrt pages.

The OpenWrt Community is proud to present the OpenWrt 21.02 stable version series. It is the successor of the previous 19.07 stable major release.

The OpenWrt 21.02 series focuses on bringing all supported targets to Linux kernel version 5.4 and introducing WPA 3 support into default images.

Current Stable Release - OpenWrt 21.02.0

The current stable version series of OpenWrt is 21.02, with v21.02.0 being the latest release of the series. It was released on 4. September 2021.

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The OpenWrt Community is proud to present the OpenWrt 19.07 stable version series. It is the successor of the previous 18.06 stable major release.

The OpenWrt 19.07 series focuses on bringing all supported targets to Linux kernel version 4.14 and introducing initial device tree based ath79 support.

Current Stable Release - OpenWrt 19.07.8

The current stable version series of OpenWrt is 19.07, with v19.07.8 being the latest release of the series. It was released on 7 August 2021.

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People install OpenWrt because they believe it works better than the stock firmware from their vendor. They find it is more stable, offers more features, is more secure and has better support.

SFC has welcomed us into their organization1):

September 10, 2020 OpenWrt — building on their sixteen years of success as the most popular Free and Open Source (FOSS) wireless router project — today joins Conservancy as a member project. FOSS wireless routers assure software freedom for all Internet users. Conservancy will help OpenWrt continue to thrive and grow as its new fiscal sponsor. OpenWrt occupies a special place in the history of software freedom. OpenWrt's creation and launch shows that GPL enforcement works and advances software freedom. In 2004, when Linksys released the firmware code for the WRT54G router series, coders and tinkerers regained control over their own routers, and launched OpenWrt based on the sources liberated from GPL enforcement. Today, OpenWrt leverages software freedom protected by the GPL to share that freedom and control with everyone who uses wireless routers to connect to the Internet.

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