The CPU is indeed probably under that heatsink. The software to identify the cpu is non-trivial and requires a serial or JTAG connection, unless there happens to be a telnet daemon running (doubtful). Can you telnet into the router's IP?
will google on how to telnet onto it (ive never tried flashing a router as you can tell lol) and will update the thread later on today hopefully. dont have the abilities to jtag it or have a serial port (if thats what you mean lol)
Yeah, if it's running all you should need to do is
Assuming your router is running at 192.168.1.1.
You have both Serial (J3) and JTAG (J11) on that board, so if you had the right cable you could get some more information out of it that way. Serial would be easier as the header pins are already there (JTAG would need to be soldered), but you still need the cable. _________________ Linksys WRT1900ACS, 35531 (26/03/2018)
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The telnet daemon probably isn't running then. Serial or JTAG then....unless you can find the info you seek on the internet somewhere. _________________ WRT54GLv1.1