Not recommended for future use with OpenWrt due to low flash/ram.
Limitations in extensibility and stability of operation are to be expected.
See 432_warning for details.
Devices with Broadcom WiFi chipsets have limited OpenWrt supportability (due to limited FLOSS driver availability for Broadcom chips). Consider this when chosing a device to buy, or when deciding to flash OpenWrt on your device because it is listed as supported.
See broadcom_wifi for details.
The development branch can contain experimental code that is under active development and should not be used for production environments. Snapshot images may support additional hardware; however, it is experimental, considered unstable, and sometimes won't compile.
Prebuilt snapshot images do not come with any web interface or GUI. You will need to be comfortable using a command line and remote shell to install one yourself → How to install LuCI
IMPORTANT : Edit this page only via the LEFT edit button below the box
After editing, please enter a short summary of your edit:
Which field has been changed? (e.g. Ethernet 100M ports)
What have you done? (e.g. added / updated / deleted / …)
Why has it been changed? / What is your datasource? (acc. devicepage / wikidevi / forum …)
Example summary: Ethernet 100M ports updated according wikidevi
¿ : unknown (ALT+168; used for filtering reasons. Please avoid '?' and use '¿' instead)
¿ xxx : unknown, xxx is a qualified guess (only for non-dropdown fields)
- : not applicable / hardware not present
8, 16, 32 : different configurations available (',' = OR; use space after ',' to allow linebreaking)
WiFi AP, WiFi Router, Router, Travel Router, Travel Router - Battery powered, Range Extender, Single Board Computer, Modem, NAS, unknown, other
If 'other' → request new devicetype @wiki admin
Brand of the device
Too many to show here. If 'other' → request new Brand @wiki admin
no restrictions, anything is possible
empty (default) / v1 / v1, v2 / … (no restrictions, anything is possible)
Multiple entries (comma separated) allowed if same hardware specs. If hardware different (e.g. v1=32MB RAM; v2=64MB RAM) → add new dataentry-page.
Actual availability, i.e. you have checked if this device is available in 2017 → Available 2017; Make sure to check multiple sites over the globe!
unknown 2017, Available 2017, Available 2016?, Available 2016, Available 2015, Discontinued 2017, Discontinued 2016, Discontinued 2015, Discontinued 2014, Discontinued 2013, Discontinued 2012, Discontinued 2011, Discontinued 2010, Discontinued
Website where this device can be purchased
website without http… and no deep link, just the website, eg. amazon.com. List multiple values comma separated.
Supported since commit
git commit, which provided first ever support for this device; “Birthpoint” of support
Values in this field link to pages explaining in detail what is unsupported and why, what the concequences are and what you can do about it.
List multiple values comma separated.
Keep the values as short as possible, don't write books in here!
CTRL+click for multiselect
TFTP, GUI, CLI, D-Link recovery GUI, unknown, other
Rename image to 'firmware.bin' before flashing.
SHORT (!) comments like “rename image to 'firmware.bin' before flashing.”
Single general picture (outside/case) to identify the device; Put more detail pictures (inside/PCB) on device page
1) Get picture from OEM website
(min 640×480; max 1280×720, max 1MB) 2) Store it in the OpenWrt wiki via the media-manager: media:toh:brand:brand_model_general_view.jpg 3) Get link to picture: Find picture in media manager, click on it, scroll down, copy the link 4) Add link to the dataentry. Do not link to OEM website, because that link may change.
Anything that's worth mentioning
Small formfactor (wallwart-sized)
no restrictions, anything is possible
toh/hwdata/asus/asus_wl-500gdeluxe.txt · Last modified: 2018/08/06 10:05 by tmomas