Arris Atheros/Broadcom hardware router (Non cable or ADSL)

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punker_4_real
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2018 18:13    Post subject: Arris Atheros/Broadcom hardware router (Non cable or ADSL) Reply with quote
is there any chance Arris routers will get DD-wrt?

These are NON modems and are stand alone routers

a good example is: Arris SBR-AC1750 ROUTER

CPU1: Qualcomm Atheros QCA9558


Arris SBR-AC1900P ROUTER

CPU1: Broadcom BCM4709A0 (1 GHz, 2 cores)

Arris SBR-AC3200P ROUTER

CPU1: Broadcom BCM4709A0 (1 MHz, 2 cores)
CPU2: Marvell 88LX3142

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 02, 2018 21:31    Post subject: Marvell Based Reply with quote
With the Marvell CPU in it, even as a second one, it will probably never be supported. Other than that, it looks like good hardware. Also, the Marvell part in it is only in one other router. The 1900P and 3200P share the same board.
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punker_4_real
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 11, 2018 7:44    Post subject: Re: Marvell Based Reply with quote
ian5142 wrote:
With the Marvell CPU in it, even as a second one, it will probably never be supported. Other than that, it looks like good hardware. Also, the Marvell part in it is only in one other router. The 1900P and 3200P share the same board.



it should work it has 32MB flash and 128mb ram i got the 1750 for 20$ the marvell is open source for all 3 of them

you can download the full source code from sourceforget

the marvell based ones look ugly anyways
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