Netgear WGR614L

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Type802.11b/g wireless network router
System-on-chip usedBroadcom BCM5354 240 MHz
Memory16 MB RAM
Storage4 MB Flash memory

The WGR614L (also known as the WGR614v8) is an 802.11b/g wireless network router created by Netgear. It was officially launched on June 30, 2008. The WGR614L runs an open source linux firmware and supports the installation of third party packages such as DD-WRT, Tomato, and OpenWrt.


  • Broadcom BCM5354 240 MHz SoC
  • 4 MB Flash memory
  • 16 MB RAM
  • 16 kB instruction cache
  • 16 kB data cache
  • 1000 byte pre-fetch cache
  • 4 MB CPU cache
  • 2 dBi gain antennas (1 internal and 1 external dipole)
  • 802.11 b/g wireless support
  • Certified for use with Windows Vista


  • Supports installation of OpenWrt, Tomato firmware, and DD-WRT
  • Supports Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS)
  • Automatically detects ISP type, exposed host (DMZ), MAC address authentication, URL content filtering, logs and email alerts of Internet activity
  • Static & dynamic routing with TCP/IP, VPN pass-through (IPsec, L2TP), NAT, PPTP, PPPoE, DHCP (client & server)


The WGR614L is designed to be used in home or business environments. It is often used in connection with third-party firmware and solutions, such as SputnikNet and Titan Hotspots. The router can also be used as a wireless client bridge (utilizing OpenWrt firmware) and as a wireless repeater bridge (using DD-WRT firmware).

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Firmware downloads