Mise à jour pour routeurs (chipset broadcom/ARM)

Si vous possédez un routeur figurant dans la liste ci-dessous et que vous souhaitez lui donner une seconde jeunesse, je vous invite à changer le firmware (logiciel interne) par un logiciel plus véloce, open source, et qui ajoutera des fonctionnalités non négligeables par rapport à la version officielle (Attention perte de garantie possible !):

Model CPU Type CPU Freq LAN Flash/RAM Version Notes
Asus RT-N10 A1 R2 300 100 Mbps 4/16MB K26 Only build52 and earlier! B1/C1 are not supported
Asus RT-N10P R2 300 100 Mbps 8/32MB K26RT-N v114 and newer
Asus RT-N10U A1/B1/C1 R2 300 100 Mbps 8/32MB K26RT-N
Asus RT-N12 R2 300 100 Mbps 4/32MB K26
Asus RT-N12 B1/C1/D1 R2 300 100 Mbps 8/32MB K26RT-N
Asus RT-N15U R2 500 1 Gbps 8/64MB K26RT-N
Asus RT-N16 R2 480 1 Gbps 32/128MB K26 or K26RT-N
Asus RT-N18U ARM 800 1 Gbps 128/256MB K26ARM v121 od newer
Asus RT-N53 R2 300 100 Mbps 8/32MB K26RT-N A1 supported from V114
Asus RT-N66U A1/B1 R2 600 1 Gbps 32/256MB K26RT-N or K26RT-AC
Asus RT-AC56U ARM 2x 800 1 Gbps 128/256MB K26ARM
Asus RT-AC66U R2 600 1 Gbps 128/256MB K26RT-AC
Asus RT-AC68U/R ARM 2x 800 1 Gbps 128/256MB K26ARM
Asus WL-330gE R1 240 100 Mbps 4/16MB K24 or K26 v102 od newer
Asus WL500GP v1/v2 R1 240 100 Mbps 8/32MB K24 or K26
Asus WL500W R1 264 100 Mbps 8/32MB K24 or K26
Asus WL520GU R1 240 100 Mbps 4/16MB K24 or K26
Buffalo WHR-G54S R1 200 100 Mbps 4/16MB K24 or K26
Buffalo WHR-G125 R1 240 100 Mbps 4/16MB K24 or K26
Buffalo WHR-HP-G54 R1 200 100 Mbps 4/16MB K24 or K26
Cisco M10 v2 R2 ? 100 Mbps 4/32MB K26RT-N
D-Link DIR-320 R1 240 100 Mbps 4/32MB K24 or K26
D-Link DIR-620 C1 R2 530 100 Mbps 8/64MB K26RT-N v114 od newer
Fiboom HG320 R2 533 100 Mbps 16/256MB K26RT-N v110 od newer
Linksys E800 R2 300 100 Mbps 8/32MB K26RT-N Same as E900, Use v114 or newer
Linksys E900 R2 300 100 Mbps 8/32MB K26RT-N
Linksys E1000 v1 R2 300 100 Mbps 4/32MB K26
Linksys E1000 v2.0/v2.1 R2 300 100 Mbps 4/32MB K26RT-N
Linksys E1200 v1 R2 300 100 Mbps 4/32MB K26RT-N
Linksys E1500 R2 300 100 Mbps 8/32MB K26RT-N
Linksys E1550 R2 300 100 Mbps 16/64MB K26RT-N
Linksys E2000 R2 354 1 Gbps 8/32MB K26
Linksys E2500 R2 300 100 Mbps 8/64MB K26RT-N
Linksys E3000 R2 480 1 Gbps 8/64MB K26
Linksys E3200 R2 500 1 Gbps 16/64MB K26RT-N
Linksys E4200 (v1) R2 480 1 Gbps 16/64MB K26RT-N V2 is not supported!
Linksys WRT160N v1 R1 266 100 Mbps 4/32MB K24 or K26
Linksys WRT160N v3 R2 300 100 Mbps 4/32MB K26
Linksys WRT300N v1 R1 264 100 Mbps 4/32MB K24 or K26
Linksys WRT310N v1 R1 300 1 Gbps 4/32MB K24 or K26
Linksys WRT310N v2 R2 300 1 Gbps 4/32MB K26 same as WRT160N v3
Linksys WRT320N R2 354 1 Gbps 8/32MB K26
Linksys WRT54G/GL/GS v1-v4 R1 200-240 100 Mbps 4-8/32-64MB K24 or K26
Linksys WRT610N v2 R2 480 1 Gbps 8/64MB K26
Linksys WRTSL54GS R1 266 100 Mbps 8/32MB K24 or K26
Netgear WNR2000 v2 R2 300 100 Mbps 4/32MB K26
Netgear WNR3500L (v1) R2 453 1 Gbps 8/64 MB K26
Netgear WNR3500L v2 R2 500 1 Gbps 128/128 MB K26RT-N
Netgear  WNR3500 v2/U R2 453 1 Gbps 4/32 MB K26
Netgear WNDR4500 R2 600 1 Gbps 128/128 MB K26RT-N
Netgear R7000 ARM 2x 1000 1 Gbps 128/256MB K26ARM
Ovislink WL1600GL R1 240 100 Mbps 4/16MB K24 or K26
Tenda N6 R2 300 100 Mbps 8/64MB K26RT-N
Tenda N60 R2 500 1 Gbps 8/64MB K26RT-N
Tenda N80 R2 600 1 Gbps 16/128MB K26RT-N
Tenda W1800R R2 600 1 Gbps 16/256MB K26RT-AC
ZTE ZXV10 H618B R1 240 100 Mbps 16/32MB K26
ZTE H218N R2 500 1 Gbps 16/64MB K26RT-N v110 od newer
ZTE ZXV10 H618B R1 240 100 Mbps 16/32MB K26

Tomato Features

– CLI access (BusyBox) via TELNET or SSH (using Dropbear).
– DHCP server (with static allocation of IP addresses).
– DNS forwarder (using Dnsmasq).
– Netfilter/iptables with customizable settings, IPP2P and l7-filter.
– Wake-on-LAN.
– Advanced QoS:unique QoS classes defined, real-time graphs display prioritized traffic with traffic class details.
– Client bandwidth control via QoS classes
– Bandwidth graphing/statistics.
– Dynamic DNS service with ezUpdate and services extended for more providers.
– Syslog viewable through the GUI (also downloadable).
– SES button control.
– JFFS2.
– CIFS client.
– Wireless LAN Adjustment of radio transmit power, antenna selection, and 14 wireless channels.
– ‘Boot wait’ protection (increase the time slot for uploading firmware via the boot loader).
– Advanced port forwarding, redirection, and triggering with UPnP and NAT-PMP.
– Advanced user access restrictions.
– Init, shutdown, firewall, and WAN Up scripts.
– Uptime, load average, and free memory status.
– Minimal reboots – Very few configuration changes require a reboot.
– Wireless survey page to view other networks in your neighborhood.
– More comprehensive dashboard than stock firmware: reveals UPnP mappings.
– Configuration persistence during a firmware upgrade

Wireless modes:
– Access point (AP)
– Wireless client station (STA)
– Wireless Ethernet (WET) bridge
– Wireless distribution system (WDS also known as wireless bridging)
– Simultaneous AP and WDS (also known as wireless repeating).

Il existe plusieurs versions de Tomato mais je vous invite à installer celle-ci qui bénéficie d’une interface très élégante :

 

Vous pouvez tester l’interface virtuelle à cette page : http://advancedtomato.com/demo/

Lien de téléchargement

Si vous souhaitez voir les firmwares alternatifs existants pour votre modèle, je vous invite à consulter sur ce site, dans la case recherche, en notant votre modèle.