I can't find any documentation on what it has for parts, and therefor if it could be supported.
That is the big problem with routers from trading companies who buys a router model from an unkmown Chinese mfgr and puts his logo on it.
They sell them without any support (no firmware updates), they are usually linux based but you can't get the GPL source code for it (a requirement if it is linux based), and they are probably not FCC approved.
No, there is no dd-wrt support for their routers.. _________________ You don’t really own a device until you can open it up and tear it apart
CPU1: Broadcom BCM47186B0 (500 MHz)
FLA1: 8 MB (Macronix MX25L6406EM2I-12G)
RAM1: 64 MB (Nanya NT5TU32M16DG-AC)
Expansion IF types: USB 2.0
USB ports: 1
WI1 chip1: Broadcom BCM47186B0
WI1 802dot11 protocols: bgn
WI1 MIMO config: 2x2:2
WI1 antenna connector: none
WI2 chip1: Broadcom BCM43236
WI2 802dot11 protocols: an
WI2 MIMO config: 2x2:2
WI2 antenna connector: RP-SMA
ETH chip1: Broadcom BCM47186B0
Switch: Broadcom BCM53125
And the newegg image for the tenda looks the same as mine, but in white, so I think it's a correct match.
Still no word on if any build of dd-wrt would work.
Mini-review: I got this when the wireless stopped working on my Linksys E2000, which wasn't simultaneous dual-band anyway. When I saw how minimal/sketchy the Monoprice UI was, I decided to leave the Linksys as my NAT/Router, disable its wireless, and just use this as a wireless AP. In that role, it's worked great. I can sustain >100Mbps over wireless, it never needs a reboot, connections are solid, and it successfully links with an Asus 56U that's I'm using as a wireless bridge for gaming.
So it's now just a philosophical annoyance that it's running dodgy stock firmware, but for my use case, I don't really care.