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Liste des routeurs supportés

Liste des routeurs supportés
This page contains compatibility tables for various router and non router models. Note: As of autumn 2009, this page is still in the process of being ported over from OpenWrt's old wiki. So if you do not see your router on this page, additionally consult the old table of hardware. A very reliable way to check for existing support is to take a look at The devices are sorted by target rather than manufacturer and if there is an image for the device, it should work (Bleeding Edge does contain bugs). Note that with the release of 'Attitude Adjustment (12.09 final)' on 25th April 2013, "Lower end devices with only 16 MiB RAM will easily run out of Memory…". Recommended image for bcm47xx based devices is Backfire with brcm-2.4. If you want to add a device to the ToH, please distinguish between supported, WiP and so on. Legend Supported Hardware - Router type Devices listed in this table have full or reasonably complete support and can be considered ready for use. 3Com 4G Systems 8devices Actiontec

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