Asus RT-N15

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NOTE: This device is a WIP.
NOTE: Requires K2.6, Do not flash anything else.
NOTE: During configuration or flashing a device, the only things that should be hooked to the device is the computer and power.

[edit] Specs

See wikidevi page for full specs:

[edit] Threads of interest

[edit] Flashing

The device is stitched from windows Firmware update in an official insertion (the version of an insertion

Firmware files can be found here: Where do I download firmware? (asus-rt-n15 folder). Use the factory-to-ddwrt.trx to flash from Factory firmware to dd-wrt.

[edit] Upgrading

Firmware files can be found here: Where do I download firmware? (asus-rt-n15 folder). Use the asus-rt-n15-ddwrt-webflash.bin file to upgrade dd-wrt to a newer version.

[edit] Reverting

To restore the device to factory firmware, you need to put it in Recovery Mode.

  1. Download the factory firmware
  2. In dd-wrt, reset to factory defaults, through the GUI or CLI.
  3. Disconnect everything from the router, except the power cord.
  4. Push and hold the Reset button with the router powered on. Without releasing the Reset button, unplug the router.
  5. Wait until the power light starts blinking, then release the Reset button.
  6. (Not tested, most likely access a webpage at or We launch program Restoration Firmware, we select a file with an insertion, we stitch.
  7. (Not tested) Browse to the factory firmware file. Click the Upload button.
  8. (Not tested) Wait at least 5 minutes before touching the power cord.
  9. (Not tested) Do a factory reset once the router comes back up successfully.

[edit] JTAG/Serial Info

[edit] JTAG

This router does not have JTAG.

[edit] Serial

[edit] Serial Pinouts

Serial console is available on J1, pinout is as follows :

      [x] GND
      [x] TX
      [x] RX
      [x] VCC

Serials console baudrate is a bit unusual : 57600,8n1.

[edit] Serial Recovery

See Serial Recovery

[edit] Notes