Posted: Sat Jan 16, 2010 14:24 Post subject: Asus RT-N10
I've got an Asus RT-N10 and would like to have dd-wrt in it. I'm not sure if it's supported, since it's not on the database and I can't find any info on it on the foruns, but it should be, since it's Broadcom based, with 4MB flash and 16MB Ram.
It's got a Broadcom 5356, should be OK...but seeing as the RT-12 and RT-16 need specialized builds, flash at your own risk.
I would see if an RT-12 build would work...or maybe simply a Mini build renamed as .trx.
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Thought the 535x series was more or less similar though...
They are but only in the sense that they are all SOC, ie everything on one chip, but do have different cpu cores - 5356 is based on the same core as 4716/17/18.
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