Well I flashed the mini recommended...now no other build can be upgraded to. They'll say success and what-not but they don't flash, even stock firmwares...
I am running into the same issue. Latest seems to be r19519 but the upgrade feature does not work. Doesn't give me the warm fuzzies so i will be putting the WNDR3700v3 to stock until there is another rev.
this version would not let me upgrade to another firmware, or revert to factory netgear firmware.
also when I try the firmware recovery software included with the wndr3700v3 cd, it would fail.. timed out
I really just bought the wndr3700 thinking that I could use openwrt, but I guess I didn't read enough as v3 not supported.
I did notice that netgear has the source code for this firmware available under GPL, and other routers with broadcom are supported by openwrt,
anyway hope this helps others.
My Belkin N+ router died on me and I needed a router ASAP. After doing a very quick search, I decided on this router. I just found out that there's no DD-WRT support.
Now so far I like this router, performance is great, I sometimes do a lot of large file transfers, and this router keeps my gigabit network utilization at 99%. Has all of the options I need. Not sure about stability as I only had it for two days.
My question is, am I missing out with not having DD-WRT? If this router is stable and has all the options I need, is there any reason to go DD-WRT? How about the future? Any chance a year from now I'll be like "damn, I wish this router was supported"?