Also, to answer your questions in the first post..
We aren't responsible to put EVERY router in known existence in the supported or not supported list, that comes as it is discovered, so if the devs find that this 'billion' router is supported or not, then it will go into the list accordingly. We also aren't responsible to do all of your footwork for you...telling us that it has a trendnet chipset really doesn't say much, you need to open it up and look at what it has and provide the info in the link that i posted. Should your unit be able to have support, you would then need to donate a unit to the dev team for the port. _________________ Wireless N Config | Linking Routers | DD-WRT Wiki | DD-WRT Builds | Peacock - Broadcom FAQ
Trendchip is a mfgr of DSL modem chipsets, not supported by dd-wrt.
There are more interesting platforms to support in case the developers should get too much spare time. _________________ Kernel panic: Aiee, killing interrupt handler!