Category:R7000

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-Category page for Wiki pages pertaining to DD-WRT on the Netgear R7000 router and <Kong>'s K3-AC-ARM builds for that router.+== About this category ==
-Users are strongly encouraged and actively requested to add to the Wiki documentation, and to link articles and HOWTOs for the R7000 under this category. Documentation is sparse because it is a fast moving target, but the community can fix that. If you do something useful with it, please document it for posterity.+This category page is for Wiki / documentation pages pertaining to DD-WRT on the [[Netgear_R7000]] router and <Kong>'s K3-AC-ARM builds for that router. Users are encouraged and actively requested to add to the Wiki documentation, and to link articles and HOWTOs for the R7000 under this category. Documentation is sparse because it is a fast moving target, but the community can fix that. If you do something useful with it, please document it for posterity.
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 +== Useful links ==
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 +* '''<Kong>'s K3-AC-ARM firmware:''' http://desipro.de/ddwrt/K3-AC-Arm/
 +* '''DD-WRT forum thread for R7000:''' http://dd-wrt.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=177443
 +* '''DD-WRT IRC channel:''' irc://irc.freenode.net/dd-wrt
 +* '''Debricking using a MAC''' http://www.dd-wrt.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?p=1052290

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[edit] About this category

This category page is for Wiki / documentation pages pertaining to DD-WRT on the Netgear_R7000 router and <Kong>'s K3-AC-ARM builds for that router. Users are encouraged and actively requested to add to the Wiki documentation, and to link articles and HOWTOs for the R7000 under this category. Documentation is sparse because it is a fast moving target, but the community can fix that. If you do something useful with it, please document it for posterity.

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