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Compatible Routers

The following is quoted from thechief

Please be aware that other router models may be added to this list at a later stage…

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The RouterTech Custom Firmware for this platform is available here:

http://www.routertech.org/viewforum.php?f=23

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ADSL Routers using the TI AR7*RD platform, compatible with the RouterTech v2.1 firmware

AR7WRD (i.e., wireless) – Features required for full compatibility:

A. Texas Instruments AR7WRD platform (TNETD7300GDU – MIPS32 processor, DSP-based digital transceiver, ADSL analog)

B. Texas Instruments TNETW1130 wireless (TNETW1130 (ACX111) converged Single-Chip MAC and Baseband Processor)

C. Marvell 88E6060 switch

D. PSP/Adam2 boot loader

E. 1/4 ethernet ports

F. USB port (optional)

ROHS-AR7WRD (i.e., wireless) – Features required for full compatibility:

A. Texas Instruments AR7WRD platform

B. Texas Instruments TNETW1350A RoHS wireless

C. Marvell 88E6060 switch

D. PSP boot loader

E. 4 ethernet ports

F. USB port (optional)

AR7RD (i.e., wired) – Features required for full compatibility:

A. Texas Instruments AR7RD platform (TNETD7300GDU – MIPS32 processor, DSP-based digital transceiver, ADSL analog)

B. PSP/Adam2 boot loader

C. 1/4 ethernet ports

D. USB port (optional)

Many routers have some level of compatibility (mainly at the cpu and OS (Linux) level – meaning that programs compiled for the cpu will run on all of them).

A significant minority have full compatibility (i.e., at the full hardware and OS level, as described above – meaning that binary firmwares meant for one will work on the others).

See the table below.

No warranties are given as to the accuracy of this information. You should stay well away from tinkering with your router’s firmwares, or you may well end up with an expensive door-stop!

Compatible routers, and extent of compatibility

PSPBOOT-based (AR7WRD) - note that the LEDs may not work correctly

* Safecom SWAMR-54108/SWART2-54125/GWART2-54125 (old series)

* Castlenet ASW800

* Netcomm NB5PLUS4W (old series)

* Acorp W400G (no USB)

* ASUS AAM6020VI-T4

* Roper FLYNET ADSL2/2+ ROADSL2P-WG (no USB)

* Inca IM-204W

* Lantech AWR-5000G (some have the ADAM2 bootloader?)

* Addon SOHOSpeed/GWAR3000 (some have the ADAM2 bootloader?)

* Pentagram Cerberus ADSL2

* Open Networks 624W

* Sumvision Sohospeed G Plus ASW800

* Surecom EP-9410SX-g

* Cnet CAR-854 Wireless-G 4-Port ADSL 2/2+ (possibly PSPboot-based?)

ROHS-PSPBOOT-based (AR7WRD) – with TNETW1350A wireless chip - note that the LEDs may not work correctly

* Solwise SAR-600EW (“R” series)

* Solwise SAR-605EW

* Safecom SWART2-54125 (the new series; the old series have the TNETW1130 wireless chip)

* Acorp W422G

* PTI-8505G

ADAM2-based (AR7WRD) – note that the LEDs may not work correctly

* Solwise SAR-600EW ADSL2/2+ (the original, non “R” series)

* Aztech DSL 600EW – (same as the Solwise?) – be VERY careful about upgrading the firmware of this router; some people have problems with it.

* Addon SOHOSpeed/GWAR3000 (some have the PSP boot loader!)

* DLink G604T/G624T/G664T/G684T (the switches (IP175A) in these routers are incompatible)

PSPBOOT-based (AR7RD) – note that the LEDs may not work correctly

* Safecom SART2-4115, GART2-4115 (seem to be essentially the same hardware)

* Acorp LAN420M/LAN422

* Acorp LAN120/LAN122

* Safecom SART2-4112

* AirTies RT-102 ADSL2/2+

* Roper Flynet ROADSL2P-EU

* Linksys ADSL2MUE

* Dlink DSL-320T

* Solwise SAR-600ER (“R” series)

* Solwise SAR-600E (“R” series)

* UT Starcomm UT-300R2U


ADAM2-based (AR7RD) – note that the LEDs may not work correctly

* Solwise SAR-600E (original series)

* Solwise SAR-600ER (original series)

* Aztech DSL 600ER (same as the Solwise?) – be VERY careful about upgrading the firmware of this router; some people have problems with it.

* UT Starcomm UT300R2

* Dlink DSL-302T

* Dlink DSL-500T

* Dlink DSL-502T

* Dlink DSL-504T

* Dlink DSL-524T

* B-Focus Multiport 342+/352+

See hardware tables here: http://wiki.openwrt.org/TableOfHardware


Last updated by Kieran on Monday, August 31st, 2009
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