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Linksys manufactures a series of network routers. Many models are shipped with Linux-based firmware and can run third-party firmware. The first model to support third-party firmware was the very popular Linksys WRT54G series.

The Linksys WRT160N/WRT310N series is the successor to the WRT54G series of routers from Linksys. The main difference is the draft 802.11n wireless interface, providing a maximum speed of 270 Mbit/s over the wireless network when used with other 802.11n devices.

Specifications and versions[edit]

WRT54G series[edit]

Main article: Linksys WRT54G series

The Linksys WRT54G and variants WRT54GS, WRT54GL, and WRTSL54GS are Wi-Fi capable residential gateways from Linksys. The device is capable of sharing Internet connections among several computers via 802.3 Ethernet and 802.11b/g wireless data links.

The WRT54GL is capable of running Linux-based third-party firmware for added features. Supported software includes Tomato, OpenWrt, and DD-WRT

WRT100[edit]

802.11g MIMO router with 100 Mbit/s switches

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix Notes
1.0 Ralink RT2880 based MIPS32 system with RT2720L radio, ? MHz [1] ? 4 MB 2.4 GHz MRX0 No DD-WRT or Sveasoft support because of the Ralink chipset. The specifications for this chipset classify it as supporting Draft-N, though Linksys documentation says that it is only a Wireless-G model that works with Wireless-N.

WRT110[edit]

802.11g MIMO router with 100 Mbit/s switches

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix Notes
1.0 Ralink RT2780F chipset with RT2720L as transceiver: 1 transmit, 2 receive (1T2R) @ ? MHz 16 MB 4 MB 2.4 GHz MSU0 No DD-WRT or Sveasoft support because of the Ralink chipset. The specifications for this chipset classify it as supporting Draft-N, though Linksys documentation says that it is only a Wireless-G model that works with Wireless-N. Also, factory router configuration and firmware have Wireless-N capabilities and user-configurable options.

WRT120N[edit]

150 Mbit/s N router, but not as fast as real N speeds, with 100 Mbit/s switches

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix Notes
1.0 Atheros AR7240-AH1E @ 400 MHz and AR9285-AL1E 32 MB 2 MB 2.4 GHz JUT0 No DD-WRT/OpenWrt Support yet. Likely won't be supported due to 2 MB flash. See http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Known_incompatible_devices

WRT150N[edit]

802.11n "draft" MIMO router with 100 Mbit/s switches.[2]

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix Notes
1.0 Broadcom BCM4704 chip Rev. 9 @ 266 MHz 16 MB 4 MB 2.4 GHz CQ60 Sveasoft firmware supports the WRT150N. DD-WRT flashable
1.1 Broadcom BCM4704 chip Rev. 9 @ 266 MHz [3] 16 MB 4 MB 2.4 GHz CQ61 Sveasoft firmware supports the WRT150N. DD-WRT flashable

WRT160N[edit]

802.11n "draft" MIMO router with 100 Mbit/s switches.[4] The E1000 and Cisco Valet M10 replaced this model.

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix Notes
1.0 Broadcom 4704 @ 266 MHz 32 MB 4 MB 2.4 GHz CSE0 DD-WRT Flashable. OpenWRT has legacy support for this router.
1.1 Broadcom 4704 rev 9 @ 266 MHz 16 MB 4 MB 2.4 GHz CSE0 DD-WRT supports with v24 RC-7 (2008-04-24). OpenWRT has legacy support for this router.[1]
2.0 Ralink RT2880F @ 266 MHz 16 MB 4 MB 2.4 GHz CSE1 DD-WRT currently does not support with this model. Linux also drivers for Ralink chips are still in development due to licensing issues.

Firmware 2.0.02 build 11 for these routers is reported to have problems with resolving DNS for wired and wireless clients. Either revert to 2.0.02 build 8 or up to 2.0.03 build 7[2] This may be a result of the reduced RAM.

3.0 Broadcom 4716 @ 300 MHz 32 MB 4 MB 2.4 GHz CSE2-CSE5 DD-WRT supports this version with v24 sp2 - build 13253

Firmware 3.0.02 Build 4 for these routers is reported to have problems with resolving DNS for wired and wireless clients.
Firmware 3.0.03 Build 3 was released to resolve DNS issues.

WRT160NL[edit]

802.11n "draft" MIMO router with 100 Mbit/s switches. Has a Linux based OS, external antenna, and USB port for network storage.[5] The E2100L replaced this model.

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix Notes
1.0 Atheros 9130 @ 400 MHz 32 MB 8 MB 2.4 GHz CUR0 OpenWrt Kamikaze trunk r17264 & later and DD-WRT v24 preSP2 v24 Build14311

WRT300N[edit]

802.11n "draft" MIMO router with 100 Mbit/s switches. Base model for all the others listed below.[6]

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix Notes
1.0 Broadcom 4704 r9 @ 264 MHz 32 MB 4 MB 2.4 GHz CNP0 Wireless NIC is a Broadcom Cardbus card with BCM4321 Chipset(look Like Linksys WPC300n). The switch is a Broadcom BCM5325 FKQMG. Sveasoft firmware supports the WRT300N. Supports DD-WRT v24 RC-6 (12/29/2007) Standard and newer. Maintained IP address and many other settings on flash.
1.1 BCM4785 rev 2 at 300 MHz 32 MB 8 MB 2.4 GHz CNP1 Has an integrated radio (BCM4321) instead of the CardBus card. DD-WRT custom firmware supports this router as of Thu Jun 19, 2008.
2.0 Intel IXP420 @ 266 MHz 16 MB 4 MB 2.4 GHz SNP0 It has a Marvell 88E6060 switch chip. The wireless is a mini-pci card with ar5416 MAC. Runs Linux out of the box. Supported by OpenWrt.

WRT310N[edit]

Similar to WRT350N with a Gigabit Ethernet switch, hardware crypto acceleration for IPSec, SSL, and WPA/WPA2. The WRT310N has an integrated wireless chipset rather than the external PC Card adapter found on the WRT350N.[7] The Cisco Valet Plus M20 replaced this model.

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix Notes
1.0 Broadcom 4785 @ 300 MHz 32 MB 4 MB 2.4 GHz CSF0 Uses a BCM4705 High-Performance 802.11n/MIMO Intensi-fi GbE Processor, BCM4321 Draft 11n Baseband/MAC, BCM2055 2.4 GHz Intensi-fi draft 11n radio and BCM5397 5 port gigabit switch.

Supported by DD-WRT starting with v24 build 9526. Click here and Click here for instructions on upgrading the WRT310N v1 to DD-WRT.

2.0 Broadcom 4716 @ 300 MHz 32 MB 4 MB 2.4 GHz CSF1

Supported by DD-WRT starting with K26 build 13594. Click here for instructions on upgrading the WRT310N v2 to DD-WRT.

WRT320N[edit]

802.11n "draft" MIMO router with gigabit switch and non-simultaneous dual-band. The E2000 replaced this model. Due to the hardware being very similar, it is possible to upgrade the WRT320N to an E2000 by replacing the CFE.[3]

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix Notes
1.0 Broadcom 4717 @ 354 MHz 32 MB 8 MB 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz CUH0 Uses a BCM4717 System-on-Chip, BCM4328 Draft 11n transceiver, and BCM53115 5 port gigabit switch. DD-WRT/Tomatousb now supports the WRT320N

WRT330N[edit]

Based on a different platform, but also has a Gigabit Ethernet switch according to the product specifications listed on the manufacturers website.[8]

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix Notes
1.0 Ubicom IP5160U @ 275 MHz 32 MB 4 MB 2.4 GHz PPX1 3rd party Linux firmware is not supported on the Ubicom processor.

WRT350N[edit]

Similar to WRT300N, but with a Gigabit Ethernet switch, hardware crypto acceleration for IPSec, SSL, and WPA/WPA2, and a USB 2.0 port for connecting hard drive or flash-based USB storage devices directly to your network to share music, video, or data files.

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix Notes
1.0 Broadcom 4785 r2/BCM4705 @ 300 MHz 32 MB 8 MB 2.4 GHz CNQ0 The router is compatible with DD-WRT (First compatible in V24) and OpenWrt (First compatible in 8.09RC1). Sveasoft firmware supports this hardware. Wireless Chipset BCM4321 and BCM2055 Switch 4 Port LAN Network 10/100/1000 Mbit/s with BCM5397KFBG. Supported by DD-WRT.
2.0 Marvell 88F5181 @ 500 MHz 32 MB 8 MB 2.4 GHz SNQ0 This version has the fastest speed among low-end Linksys routers. However, Linksys has released only small portions of GPL code for developers.

Not supported by DD-WRT. [9]
Supported (unofficially) by OpenWrt Support for Marvell 88F5xx81 based routers

2.1 Marvell 88F5181 @ 500 MHz 32 MB 8 MB 2.4 GHz SNQ1

WRT400N[edit]

A simultaneous dual-band non-gigabit model.

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix Notes
1.0 Atheros AR7161 @ 680 MHz 32 MB 8 MB 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz MUJ0 Fast processor. Supported by OpenWrt. Atheros radio: third-party firmware not limited by Broadcom closed-source drivers. [10] DD-WRT support is now available here: [11]

WRT600N[edit]

A simultaneous dual-band gigabit model. It looks like WRT350N including USB 2.0 storage link except that the WRT600N is black.

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix Notes
1.0 Broadcom4705 @ 300 MHz 32 MB 8 MB 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz ANR0 Sveasoft firmware supports the WRT600N. Works with DD-WRT. FCC ID: Q87-WRT600NV1
1.1 Broadcom4785r2 @ 300 MHz 32 MB 8 MB 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz MNR0 Sveasoft firmware supports the WRT600N. Works with DD-WRT, version v1.1 has a new switch. FCC ID: Q87-WRT600NV11

WRT610N[edit]

A simultaneous dual-band gigabit model. The hardware is more integrated than the WRT600N and has no external antennas. The E3000 replaced this model. A special system menu can be accessed by browsing to http://ip_address_of_wrt610n/System.asp. ″Vista Premium" (ability to turn off 6to4) and EGHN (Entertainment Grade Home Network = Linksys/Cisco UPnP QoS solution) can be configured in this page.

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix Notes
1.0 Broadcom 4705 @ 300 MHz 64 MB 8 MB 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz CTG0 Sveasoft firmware supports the WRT610N. Supported by DD-WRT, check router database.
2.0 Broadcom 4718 @ 480 MHz 64 MB 8 MB 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz CTG1 FCC ID: Q87-WRT610NV2

Firmware download here: Version 2.0's second radio works in N's 5 GHz band only, not the 2.4 GHz band.

Supported by DD-WRT, check router database.

WRT1900AC[edit]

The WRT1900AC is a dual band router inspired by the original WRT54G iconic blue/black stackable form factor.[4]

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix External ports Notes
1.0 Marvell Armada XP MV78230 1.2 GHz 256 MB 128 MB 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz

600Mbit/s, 1,300Mbit/s

13J1
  • 1x USB 3.0 port
  • 1x eSATA/USB 2.0 port
  • Advertised as Open Source Support*
  • 4 External Antennas
  • 3 Spatial Streams
  • The WRT1900AC router is advertised as "Open Source ready", and "Developed for use with OpenWRT."[5] However there did not exist any open source firmware for the WRT1900ac at the time the product was launched, although it is being worked on currently.[6] In regards to the Open source ready claim, OpenWRT has said "Given how much is still missing, and that not even the GPL code for this device was posted to the Linksys GPL code center, we consider these claims to be premature and unfortunately misleading." [7] It may be a long while before open source firmware is available, because the Marvell wireless chipset uses proprietary drivers.

E800[edit]

A single-band non-gigabit model.

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix Notes
1.0 Broadcom BCM5357 @ 300 MHz 32 MB 8 MB 2.4 GHz 2x2 1391

E900[edit]

A single-band non-gigabit model.

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix Notes
1.0 Broadcom BCM5357 @ 300 MHz 32 MB 8 MB 2.4 GHz 2x2 1231 Supported by DD-WRT starting at build K26 build 18852
Supported by Tomato starting at K26RT-N build5x-093-EN for the Shibby builds, RT-N 1.28.0499.3 for Toastman and Tomato by Victek.

E1000[edit]

A single-band non-gigabit model that replaced the WRT160N. The E1000 v1 shares the same hardware as the Cisco Valet M10 v1.

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix Notes
1.0 Broadcom BCM4716 @ 300 MHz 32 MB 4 MB 2.4 GHz CVN0 FCC ID: Q87-E1000

Supported by DD-WRT starting at build 15279

Tomato supported by all mods/forks based on Tomato.

2.0 Broadcom BCM5357 @ 300 MHz 32 MB 4 MB 2.4 GHz CVN1 FCC ID: Q87-E1000V2

Supported by DD-WRT starting at build 16758

2.1 Broadcom BCM5357 @ 300 MHz 32 MB 4 MB 2.4 GHz CVN2 FCC ID: Q87-E1000V21

Supported by DD-WRT starting at build 16968

E1200[edit]

A single-band non-gigabit model.

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix Notes
1.0 Broadcom BCM5357 @ 300 MHz 32 MB 4 MB 2.4 GHz 2x2 1081 FCC ID: Q87-E1200
2.0 Broadcom BCM5357 @ 300 MHz 32 MB 8 MB 2.4 GHz 2x2 1082 FCC ID: Q87-E1200V2

E1500[edit]

A single-band non-gigabit model.

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix Notes
1.0 Broadcom BCM5357 @ 300 MHz 32 MB 8 MB 2.4 GHz 2x3 1091 FCC ID: Q87-E1500

E1550[edit]

A single-band non-gigabit model with USB storage link.

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix Notes
1.0 Broadcom BCM5358 @ 300 MHz 64 MB 16 MB 2.4 GHz 2x3 10C1 FCC ID: Q87-E1550

Supported by DD-WRT perfectly at 19519 use mini e1550 bin if coming from linksys official then use mega NV60K.

E1700[edit]

A single-band 4 port gigabit model.

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix Notes
1.0 Mediatek MT7620A @ 580 MHz ? MB ? MB 2.4 GHz 2x2

E2000[edit]

A non-simultaneous dual-band gigabit model that replaced the WRT320N.

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix Notes
1.0 Broadcom BCM4717 @ 354 MHz 32 MB 8 MB 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz

Not Simultaneous

CVR0 FCC ID: Q87-E2000

Supported by DD-WRT starting at build 14567 C

Tomato supported by the TomatoUSB Project and by the Tomato RAF Project

E2100L[edit]

A single-band non-gigabit model (with 2 external antennas and USB storage link) that replaced the WRT160NL.

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix Notes
1.0 Atheros 9130 @ 400 MHz 64 MB 8 MB 2.4 GHz CVM0 FCC ID: Q87-E2100L

DD-WRT supported with this experimental build (login required to download attachment)

E2500[edit]

A simultaneous dual-band non-gigabit model.

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix Notes
1.0 Broadcom BCM5358U @ 300 MHz 64 MB 8 MB 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz 10A1 FCC ID: Q87-E2500

Supported by Tomato RAF, Toastman and Shibby

2.0 Broadcom BCM5358U @ 300 MHz 64 MB 8 MB 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz 10A2 Supported by Tomato RAF, Toastman and Shibby
3.0 Broadcom BCM5358U 64 MB 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz 10A3

E3000[edit]

A simultaneous dual-band gigabit model that replaced the WRT610N. Similar to its predecessor, a special system menu can be accessed by browsing to http://ip_address_of_e3000/System.asp which displays a detailed system status page and allows administrators to disable/enable "Vista Premium" and the "Parental Control Status".

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix USB ports Notes
1.0 Broadcom BCM4718 @ 480 MHz 64 MB 8 MB 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz CVQ0 1x USB 2.0 FCC ID: Q87-E3000

Supported by DD-WRT starting at build 14567

Tomato supported.

E3200[edit]

A simultaneous dual-band gigabit model with USB storage link.

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix Notes
1.0 Broadcom BCM47186 @ 500 MHz 64 MB 16 MB 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz
300Mbit/s, 300Mbit/s
10B1 FCC ID: Q87-E3200

Supported by DD-WRT as of build 17201

Supported by Tomato RAF [12], Toastman and Shibby

E4200[edit]

A three-stream simultaneous dual-band gigabit model targeted for "high performance wireless entertainment"[13], with a rated maximum throughput of 450 Mbit/s. This model also includes a USB port for storage, UPnP media streaming or a print server.

The E4200 also marks the first radical change in design of the Linksys series since Cisco launched the winged "spaceship" design first seen on the WRT400N. The E4200 features a minimalistic, streamlined design with only a white status LED visible on the top. All traffic activity LEDs and buttons have been relocated to the rear of the device.

A special system menu can be accessed by browsing to http://ip_address_of_e4200/System.asp. This menu shows all kinds of system statistics and settings. No settings can be changed from this menu. This is only found in the original version, and not available in the v2 model.

The E4200V2 has a Marvell 88W8366/88W8063 wireless chipset.

In previous Tomato builds (a popular 3rd-party firmware for Linksys routers), only the 2.4 GHz radio was properly supported. However, simultaneous dual-band radio can now be achieved using Tomato RAF, Tomato Shibby and Tomato Toastman's builds.

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix Notes
1.0 Broadcom BCM4718 @ 480 MHz 64 MB 16 MB 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz

300Mbit/s, 450Mbit/s

01C10C FCC ID: Q87-E4200

Supported by DD-WRT as of build 16785

Tomato supported. TomatoUSB Tomato RAF Toastman Shibby

2.0 Marvell F6101AW @ 1.2 GHz 128 MB 128 MB 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz

450Mbit/s, 450Mbit/s

01C106, 01C116, 01C136, 01C156 Not supported by traditional third party firmware offerings, but can run Debian natively.

EA2700[edit]

A dual-band gigabit model. App enabled with Linksys Smart WiFi.

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix Notes
1.0 Broadcom BCM47186 @ 500 MHz 64 MB 64 MB 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz

300Mbit/s, 300Mbit/s

12B1 DD-WRT support is work in progress since April 2012. Working build available Dec 18, 2013 [8]

EA3500[edit]

A dual-band gigabit model with USB storage link. App enabled with Linksys Smart WiFi.

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix Notes
1.0 Marvell F6W01A1E @ 800 MHz 64 MB 64 MB 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz

300Mbit/s, 450Mbit/s

12C1 Not supported by third party firmware. Will likely run Debian based on hardware, but currently untested.

EA4500[edit]

A dual-band gigabit model with USB storage link. App enabled with Linksys Smart WiFi.

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix Notes
1.0 Marvell F6W01A1E @ 1.2 GHz 128 MB 128 MB 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz

450Mbit/s, 450Mbit/s

12A1 Identical hardware to the E4200v2. Not supported by third party firmware, but can run Debian natively.

EA6100[edit]

An 802.11ac dual-band model with USB storage link

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix USB ports Notes
1.0 Mediatek MT7620A @ 580 MHz 128 MB 128 MB 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz

300Mbit/s, 867Mbit/s

1x USB 2.0

EA6200[edit]

An 802.11ac (advertised as AC900, but it's really AC1200) dual-band gigabit model with USB storage link. App enabled with Linksys Smart WiFi.

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix USB ports Notes
1.0 Broadcom BCM47081 128MB 128MB 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz

300Mbit/s, 867Mbit/s

12K1 1x USB 3.0

EA6300[edit]

An 802.11ac (AC1200) dual-band gigabit model with USB storage link. App enabled with Linksys Smart WiFi.

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix USB ports Notes
1.0 Broadcom BCM47081

@ 800 MHz

128MB 128MB 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz

300Mbit/s, 867Mbit/s

1331 1x USB 3.0 -

EA6350[edit]

An 802.11ac (AC1200) dual-band gigabit model with USB storage link. App enabled with Linksys Smart WiFi. Removable external antennas.

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix USB ports Notes
1.0 Broadcom BCM47081

@ 800 MHz

128MB 128MB 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz

300Mbit/s, 867Mbit/s

1x USB 3.0

EA6400[edit]

An 802.11ac (AC1600) dual-band gigabit model with USB storage link. App enabled with Linksys Smart WiFi.

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix USB ports Notes
1.0 Broadcom BCM4708

@ 800 MHz Dual-Core

128MB 128MB 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz

300Mbit/s, 1,300Mbit/s

1341 1x USB 3.0 -

EA6500[edit]

An 802.11ac (AC1750) dual-band gigabit model with USB storage link. App enabled with Linksys Smart WiFi.

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix USB ports Notes
1.0 Broadcom BCM4706 @ 600 MHz 128 MB 128 MB 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz

450Mbit/s, 1,300Mbit/s

12N1 2x USB 2.0 DD-WRT can be flashed with an experimental build.
2.0 Broadcom BCM4708

@ 800 MHz Dual-Core

256 MB 128 MB 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz

450Mbit/s, 1,300Mbit/s

1x USB 3.0, 1x USB 2.0 DD-WRT can be flashed with build r23598

EA6700[edit]

An 802.11ac (AC1750) dual-band gigabit model with USB storage link. App enabled with Linksys Smart WiFi.

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix USB ports Notes
1.0 Broadcom BCM4708x

@ 800 MHz Dual-Core

256 MB(DDR-3) 128 MB(DDR-3) 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz

450Mbit/s, 1,300Mbit/s

1371 1x USB 3.0, 1x USB 2.0 DDWRT (beta) installable since December 2013

EA6900[edit]

Version CPU speed RAM Flash memory Radio S/N Prefix USB ports Notes
1.0 Broadcom BCM4708

@ 800 MHz Dual-Core

256 MB 128 MB 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz

600Mbit/s, 1,300Mbit/s

13H1 1x USB 3.0, 1x USB 2.0 DDWRT installable since December 2013

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://sites.google.com/site/snipes4202/wrt160n-notes
  2. ^ WRT160N DNS Issues - Linksys Community Forums http://forums.linksys.com/linksys/board/message?board.id=Wireless_Routers&thread.id=119107&view=by_date_ascending&page=1
  3. ^ Converting a WRT320N into E2000 - DD-WRT forum
  4. ^ "Linksys WRT revolutionizes wireless networking with next generation router". 
  5. ^ http://store.linksys.com/Linksys-WRT1900AC-Open-Source-Wireless-Router_stcVVproductId158014980VVcatId551966VVviewprod.htm
  6. ^ http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r29593162-
  7. ^ https://forum.openwrt.org/viewtopic.php?pid=230686
  8. ^ "Linksys Cisco EA2700 Serial Dump/CFE ect ect.". Retrieved 13 November 2013. 

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