These links takes you to the download directory of the current hardware, grouped by processor type of the devices.
OpenWrt/LEDE software has two distinct branches: a stable Release build that is suitable for production use, and a Development build that contains an ever-evolving set of enhancements.
|Stable Release builds||Development Snapshot builds|
|The Release builds have had significant testing. Use them for production, or for your home where your family will rely on a functioning router. More...||Get the latest with a Development build. These contain the latest technology, but may not work well, or at all. Be prepared to supply bug reports, etc. More...|
Go to to the Table of Hardware, to easily locate the latest official release firmware for your device hardware.
After you have applied the OpenWrt/LEDE firmware to your device, you can install additional software packages on your OpenWrt/LEDE device.
LEDE has a number of buildbot computers building firmware releases. If you are interested in the latest developer snapshot release build activities, you can find the Buildbot activity in the following links:
The master OpenWrt/LEDE source code repositories reside on the OpenWrt/LEDE Project git server: https://git.openwrt.org/
The OpenWrt/LEDE Project keeps a mirror of the master repository on Github at: https://github.com/openwrt
The contents of the download server are available on several mirrors as well. Please refer to the list below for alternative locations.
|Bulgaria||HTTP||HTTPS||-||rsync://mirrors.linux-bulgaria.org/lede/||Sponsored by SiteGround|
|France||HTTP||HTTPS||-||rsync://lede-project.tetaneutral.net/lede/||Sponsored by tetaneutral.net|
|France||HTTP||HTTPS||-||rsync://rsync.mirrors.a-m-v.pl/lede-downloads||Sponsored by A-M-Vpl|
|Germany||HTTP||-||FTP||rsync://ftp.halifax.rwth-aachen.de/lede/||Sponsored by RWTH Aachen|
|Netherlands||HTTP||-||FTP||rsync://ftp.snt.utwente.nl/lede/||Sponsored by the SNT, University of Twente|
|Romania||HTTP||-||FTP||rsync://mirrors.linux.ro/lede/downloads/||Sponsored by RCS&RDS|
|Singapore||HTTP||HTTPS||FTP||rsync://mirror.0x.sg/lede/||Sponsored by Andrew Yong|
|Switzerland||HTTP||HTTPS||-||-||Sponsored by urown.net|
|Tor Onion Service||HTTP||-||-||-||Sponsored by urown.net|
|United States (WA)||HTTP||HTTPS||-||-||Sponsored by mediaarchitectu.re|
rsync://downloads.lede-project.org/downloads to obtain a copy of the download repository.
Syncing the downloads share every 12 to 24 hours hours is ideal. Once a mirror has been set up, feel free to announce it at
email@example.com so that it can be published on this page.
The data volume of the snapshots is roughly 35GB, we expect it to grow by 30-40GB with each release. Due to current bandwidth constraints we kindly ask you to use something like
rsync --bwlimit 8000 when initially pulling the data.
Any source code archives fetched by the buildbots during the build process are available at http://sources.lede-project.org/