Freshtomato - supported device list


rs232

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Official FreshTomato supported device list URL
https://wiki.freshtomato.org/doku.php?id=hardware_compatibility

Please use this thread to discuss content of the above link (addition, removals, corrections,...)

Edit (04/04/20): Since we now have a page on the freshtomato wiki, I'm discontinuing the maintenance of the historical table on the Wikipedia page. Please do refer to the freshtomato.org site from now on.


I have split the information into additional columns as Wikipedia allows you to sort by column which is a great feature. I have also added a WiFi column where we can capture information on the chipset/protocol (e.g. ac3200).

Can I invite whoever has some spare time to go through the list to
  1. Verify current information is correct (I assume so but that page hasn't been touched in years)
  2. Add the new models supported by Freshtomato
  3. General clean up and updates
  4. Perhaps split the first column from [ Model ] -> [ Brand | Model ]
Thanks!

Posting here below a backup (22/03/2020) just in case Wikipedia kicks us out:

ModelRevCPU TypeCPU FreqLANUSB2USB3WiFiFlashNVRAMRAMVersionNotes
Asus RT-N10A1R2300100 Mbps--n3004MB16MBK26Only build52 and earlier! B1/C1 are not supported
Asus RT-N10PR2300100 Mbps--n3008MB32MBK26RT-N
Asus RT-N10UA1/B1/C1R2300100 Mbps1-n3008MB32MBK26RT-N
Asus RT-N12R2300100 Mbps--n3004MB32MBK26
Asus RT-N12 /KB1/C1/D1R2300100 Mbps--n3008MB32MBK26RT-N
Asus RT-N15UR25001 Gbps1-n3008MB64MBK26RT-N
Asus RT-N16R24801 Gbps2-n30032MB32KB128MBK26 or K26RT-NNVRAM32K build required
Asus RT-N18UARM8001 Gbps11n600128MB64KB256MBK26ARM
Asus RT-N53R2300100 Mbps--n6008MB32MBK26RT-NA1 supported from V114
Asus RT-N66UR26001 Gbps2-n90032MB256MBK26RT-N or K26RT-ACK26RT-N supports Wireless Client Mode (security works)
Asus RT-AC66U_B1ARM1000 x21 Gbps11ac1750128MB256MBK26ARM-NG
Asus RT-AC56SARM800 x21 Gbps11ac1200128MB128MBK26ARM
Asus RT-AC56U/RARM800 x21 Gbps11ac1200128MB64KB256MBK26ARM
Asus RT-AC66UA1/B1R26001 Gbps2-ac175032MB256MBK26RT-ACNeed to fix revision information for this row
Asus RT-AC68U/R/PA1/A2/B1ARM800 x21 Gbps11ac1900128MB256MBK26ARM
Asus RT-AC68UC1/E1ARM1000 x21 Gbps11ac1900128MB256MBK26ARM-NG
Asus RT-AC68UB2ARM1400 x21 Gbps11ac1900128MB256MBK26ARM-NG
Asus RT-AC1900PARM1400 x21 Gbps11ac1900128MB256MBK26ARM-NG
Asus RT-AC3200ARM1000 x21 Gbps11ac3200128MB64/128KB256MBK26ARM7It needs stock firmware V3.0.0.4.382.51374 before tomato to get 128KB flash
Asus WL-330gER1240100 Mbps--g544MB16MBK26
Asus WL-500GPv1/v2R1240100 Mbps2-g548MB32MBK26
Asus WL-500WR1264100 Mbps2-g548MB32MBK26
Asus WL-520GUR1240100 Mbps1-g544MB16MBK26
Belkin F5D--
Belkin F7D3302/7202500100 Mbps--n3008MB32KB64MBK26
Belkin F7D4302533100 Mbps--a/n3008MB64MBK26
Belkin F9K--
Buffalo WHR-G54SR1200100 Mbps--g544MB16MBK26
Buffalo WHR-G125R1240100 Mbps--g1084MB16MBK26
Buffalo WHR-HP-G54R1200100 Mbps--g544MB16MBK26
Buffalo WZR-D1800HR26001 Gbps1-ac1750128MB128MBK26RT-N
CD-R King CW-5358UR2100 Mbps1-n3008MB32MBhttp://www.cdrking.com/index.php?mod=products&type=view&sid=15792&main=0
Cisco M10 v2100 Mbps--n3004MB32MBK26RT-N
D-Link DIR-320R1240100 Mbps1-n1504MB32MBK26
D-Link DIR-620C1R2530100 Mbps1-n3008MB64MBK26RT-N
D-Link DIR-868LA1/B1/C1ARM800 x21 Gbps-1ac1750128MB128MBK26ARMNVRAM is limited to 32K use special build
Fiboom HG320R2533100 Mbps1-16MB256MBK26RT-N
Huawei WS880ARM800 x21 Gbps-1ac1750128MB128MBK26ARM
Linksys E800R2300100 Mbps--n1508MB32MBK26RT-N
Linksys E900R2300100 Mbps--n3008MB32MBK26RT-N
Linksys E1000v1/v2.0/v2.1R2300100 Mbps--n3004MB32MBK26RT-N
Linksys E1200v1/v2R2300100 Mbps--n3004MB32MBK26RT-N
Linksys E1500R2300100 Mbps--n3008MB32MBK26RT-N
Linksys E1550R2300100 Mbps1-n30016MB64MBK26RT-N
Linksys E2000R23541 Gbps--n3008MB32MBK26
Linksys E2500R2300100 Mbps--n6008MB64MBK26RT-NNVRAM limited to 32kB
Linksys E3000R24801 Gbps1-n6008MB64MBK26
Linksys E3200R25001 Gbps1-n60016MB64MBK26RT-NNVRAM limited to 32kB
Linksys E4200v1R24801 Gbps1-n75016MB64MBK26RT-NV2 is not supported!
Linksys EA6200v1ARM8001 Gbps-1ac900128MB128MBK26ARMsingle core
Linksys EA6300v1ARM800 x21 Gbps-1ac1200128MB128MBK26ARM
Linksys EA6350v1ARM8001 Gbps-1ac1200128MB128MBK26ARMsingle core
Linksys EA6400ARM800 x21 Gbps-1ac1200128MB128MBK26ARM
Linksys EA6500v2ARM800 x21 Gbps-1ac1750128MB256MBK26ARM
Linksys EA6700ARM800 x21 Gbps-1ac1750128MB256MBK26ARM
Linksys WRT54GLv1/v1.1R1200100 Mbps--g544MB16MBK26
Linksys EA6900ARM800 x21 Gbps-1ac1900128MB64KB256MBK26ARM
Linksys WRT54G/GSv2-v4R1240100 Mbps--g544-8MB32-64MBK26
Linksys WRTSL54GSR1266100 Mbps1-g548MB32MBK26
Linksys WRT160Nv1R1266100 Mbps--n3004MB32MBK26
Linksys WRT160Nv3R2300100 Mbps--n3004MB32MBK26
Linksys WRT300Nv1R1264100 Mbps--n3004MB32MBK26
Linksys WRT310Nv1R13001 Gbps--n3004MB32MBK26
Linksys WRT310Nv2R23001 Gbps--n3004MB32MBK26same as WRT160N v3
Linksys WRT320NR23541 Gbps--n3008MB32MBK26
Linksys WRT610Nv2R24801 Gbps1-n3008MB64MBK26
Netgear R6250ARM800 x21 Gbps-1ac1600128MB256MBK26ARM
Netgear R6300v1R26001 Gbps21ac1750128MB128MBK26RT-AC
Netgear R6300v2ARM800 x21 Gbps11ac1750128MB256MBK26ARM
Netgear R6400v1ARM800 x21 Gbps11ac1750128MB256MBK26ARM
Netgear R6400v2ARM1000 x21 Gbps11ac1750128MB256MBK26ARM-NG
Netgear R6700v3ARM1000 x21 Gbps11ac1750128MB256MBK26ARM-NG
Netgear R7000ARM1000 x21 Gbps11ac1900128MB256MBK26ARM
Netgear R8000ARM1000 x21 Gbps11ac3200128MB256MBK26ARM7
Netgear WNR2000v2R2300100 Mbps--n3004MB32MBK26
Netgear WNR3500v2R24531 Gbps--n3004MB32MBK26
Netgear WNR3500Lv1R24531 Gbps1-n3008MB64MBK26
Netgear WNR3500Lv2R25001 Gbps1-n300128MB128MBK26RT-N
Netgear WNDR4500v1R26001 Gbps2-n900128MB128MBK26RT-AC
Netgear WNDR4500v2R26001 Gbps2-n900128MB128MBK26RT-AC
Ovislink WL1600GLR1240100 Mbps--g1254MB16MBK26
Tenda AC15ARM800 x21 Gbps-1ac190016MB128MBK26ARM
Tenda AC18ARM800 x21 Gbps-1ac1900128MB256MBK26ARM
Tenda N6R2300100 Mbps--n6008MB64MBK26RT-N
Tenda N60R25001 Gbps1-n6008MB64MBK26RT-N
Tenda N80R25001 Gbps1-n9008MB128MBK26RT-N
Tenda W1800RR26001 Gbps2-ac175016MB256MBK26RT-AC
ZTE ZXV10 H618BR1240100 Mbps1-g5416MB32MBK26
ZTE H218NR25001 Gbps1-n30016MB64MBK26RT-N
 
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Techie007

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I looked it over, cleaned up the table, filled in missing fields, migrated missing items from the original list on the Wikipedia to the table and removed the now redundant list. Not sure if I should list the early dual-band routers as "a600" instead of "n600" though. I guess the next level would be to go through the TomatoAnon database and see if we're missing other supported models, but that is all the time I'm putting towards this for today.
 

rs232

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I looked it over, cleaned up the table, filled in missing fields, migrated missing items from the original list on the Wikipedia to the table and removed the now redundant list. Not sure if I should list the early dual-band routers as "a600" instead of "n600" though. I guess the next level would be to go through the TomatoAnon database and see if we're missing other supported models, but that is all the time I'm putting towards this for today.
Super!

I guess we just need to carry on populating.

- I think there's the risk in adding too much, I don't really know this specific model but n600 sounds more familiar to me than a600 but perhaps I'm wrong?

- I have just added the models listed in the FreshTomato changelog I have left empty what I couldn't find in terms of tech specs, also underlined what it needs to be verified by others.

- The Linksys EA6200 is reported on DD-WRT to have an ac900 chipset. Does this actually exists or is it a typo for ac1900?

- How shall we split this row?
Linksys WRT54G/GL/GSv1-v4R1200-240100 Mbpsg544-8MB32-64MBK24 or K26
I guess to benefit from the sorting facility we should have max one model (as identified by e.g. CPU frequency/RAM/NVRAM) per line
 
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rs232

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Asus N66U_B1 is different in hardware (it has a processor arm) than the n66u (mipsel processor)
ac68u C1, E1 , E2? (freq A1 -800, A2 ,B1 ,C1,E1,E2 - 1000)?
it is supported, now.
the new table is a great idea
Thanks for this I added two rows for the N66 B1 and the additional AC68U.
Can you either edit the page yourself populating the additional information or post it here and I'll do that?

Thanks!
 

pomidor1

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THIS CHANGE

Asus RT-AC68U / R / P A1 ARM 800 x2 1 Gbps ac1900 128MB 256MB K26ARM Hardware Rev C1 is not supported!

ok , I was editing wiki
e2 may not exist ;-) so I deleted it

Support tomato for ac68u c1, e1 (e2?) was a problem thanks to
@snowman58 defeated in tomato development, because people can buy new Asus routers and mount tomato on them
 
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rs232

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Gents please do update the Wikipedia directly. Happy if we have a conversation on this thread on things that are in doubt but if you know the answer please carry on directly. (y)

Thanks!
 

Justio

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Gents please do update the Wikipedia directly. Happy if we have a conversation on this thread on things that are in doubt but if you know the answer please carry on directly. (y)

Thanks!
First i think this "supported device list" it's great idea, though i do not trust wikipedia much because anyone can populate it with crap (no offense!)
Also I think it was better to have here on this forum a "closed" thread (that can be populated only by few with the knowledge) and another one (like this one) open to discusstion....but that's only my opinion.

Anyway, here are my findings, if anyone wants to add them to the supported router list:

1. Add Buffalo WZR-D1800H to supported routers (MIPS R?):
Source of the info: https://bitbucket.org/pedro311/freshtomato-mips/src/mips-master/CHANGELOG
2018.5.083-beta 2018.11.25
kernel: BCM47XX: add vectored interrupt support (ie: ...........,Buffalo WZR-D1800H,................)

Some info about this router: https://openwrt.org/toh/hwdata/buffalo/buffalo_wzr-d1800h
https://wiki.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Buffalo_WZR-D1800H

2. Add Belkin F5D/F7D/F9K to supported routers (MIPS R?):
Source of the info: https://bitbucket.org/pedro311/freshtomato-mips/src/mips-master/CHANGELOG
2018.2 2018.05.13
Belkin F5D/F7D/F9K support

Can anyone share any info on these 3 routers (CPU, RAM, NVRAM, etc)?


3. In the comment column of E2500/3200 you should add "Nvram size 32kB" or "Nvram limited to 32kB"
Source of the info: https://bitbucket.org/pedro311/freshtomato-mips/src/mips-master/CHANGELOG
2018.1.010-beta 2018-04-15
E2500/3200: change nvram size to 32kB


Any thoughts?

Regards
 
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rs232

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First i think this "supported device list" it's great idea, though i do not trust wikipedia much because anyone can populate it with crap (no offense!)
Also I think it was better to have here on this forum a "closed" thread (that can be populated only by few with the knowledge) and another one (like this one) open to discusstion....but that's only my opinion.

Anyway, here are my findings, if anyone wants to add them to the supported router list:

1. Add Buffalo WZR-D1800H to supported routers (MIPS R?):
Source of the info: https://bitbucket.org/pedro311/freshtomato-mips/src/mips-master/CHANGELOG
2018.5.083-beta 2018.11.25
kernel: BCM47XX: add vectored interrupt support (ie: ...........,Buffalo WZR-D1800H,................)

Some info about this router: https://openwrt.org/toh/hwdata/buffalo/buffalo_wzr-d1800h
https://wiki.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Buffalo_WZR-D1800H

2. Add Belkin F5D/F7D/F9K to supported routers (MIPS R?):
Source of the info: https://bitbucket.org/pedro311/freshtomato-mips/src/mips-master/CHANGELOG
2018.2 2018.05.13
Belkin F5D/F7D/F9K support

Can anyone share any info on these 3 routers (CPU, RAM, NVRAM, etc)?


3. In the comment column of E2500/3200 you should add "Nvram size 32kB" or "Nvram limited to 32kB"
Source of the info: https://bitbucket.org/pedro311/freshtomato-mips/src/mips-master/CHANGELOG
2018.1.010-beta 2018-04-15
E2500/3200: change nvram size to 32kB


Any thoughts?

Regards

Thanks for this I have added the 3 references although they are currently incomplete.

On the Wikipedia point I'm aware of misleading information edited by malicious people when it comes to politically sensitive information (which gets corrected/filtered by moderators whenever is possible).
When the page content is a list of routers.... I can only think of genuine mistakes to be fair, also as per today it's all we have.
I did asked @pedro311 if he would consider having a "supported device list" page on the freshtomato site, will see how it develops.
For the time being wikipedia does the job greatly considering this list is long and tedious, the collaborative part of it is a must right now. Regardless your feedback is taken and we'll see what to do about it once the list is completed.
 
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Justio

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Thanks for this I have added the 3 references although they are currently incomplete.

On the Wikipedia point I'm aware of misleading information edited by malicious people when it comes to politically sensitive information (which gets corrected/filtered by moderators whenever is possible).
When the page content is a list of routers.... I can only think of genuine mistakes to be fair, also as per today it's all we have.
I did asked @pedro311 if he would consider having a "supported device list" page on the freshtomato site, will see how it develops.
For the time being wikipedia does the job greatly considering this list is long and tedious, the collaborative part of it is a must right now. Regardless your feedback is taken and we'll see what to do about it once the list is completed.
OK, thanks for the input.

Here's an idea: i was looking at the anon page this evening http://anon.groov.pl/index.php
Actually if you "Search by model:" then you'll find that there are a lot more routers to be added ;)
(just pay attention to the "MOD", meanning supported by "Shibby" or "FreshTomato")
 

rs232

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OK, thanks for the input.

Here's an idea: i was looking at the anon page this evening http://anon.groov.pl/index.php
Actually if you "Search by model:" then you'll find that there are a lot more routers to be added ;)
(just pay attention to the "MOD", meanning supported by "Shibby" or "FreshTomato")
Wow! That's a great idea! I know lot of people are against TomatoAnon but it actually turns out to be helpful!
 

Techie007

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Wow! That's a great idea! I know lot of people are against TomatoAnon but it actually turns out to be helpful!
I've floated that notion several times here over the last several years—the latest of which can be seen in the second post at the beginning of this very thread. I love TomatoAnon, it's a very useful resource.
 

Justio

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@txnative
i've seen you posted here the fact that you own a Belkin F7D4302
For the sake of tomato wikipedia page any chance to have the details of this router posted here (CPU, NVRAM, RAM, MIPS CPU type , etc)? or the wikipedia page modified directly

@rs232
These 3 routers Belkin F5D/F7D/F9K should have their own line, and instead of F7D i guess is more accurate to put F7D4302.

Feedback is welcome.

Thanks in advance
 

rs232

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@rs232
These 3 routers Belkin F5D/F7D/F9K should have their own line, and instead of F7D i guess is more accurate to put F7D4302.

Feedback is welcome.

Thanks in advance

Ok will do. Do we have the full HW specs for the 3 models?

P.S. I guess the number after F7D is actually the revision check this out
 
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