Joined: 10 May 2008 Posts: 1372 Location: Pacific North West, USA
Posted: Fri Aug 20, 2010 15:46 Post subject:
MOST of the Ralink 3052 based routers with 4MB / 32MB config should work with DD-WRT
BUT - you need to make sure you have SERIAL access to the router just in case
You also want to have a firmware image from the manufacturer that you can restore
JUST IN CASE DD-WRT does not work on your router and you have to recover
Unless the Devs have a unit in front of them that they can test, its trial & error on your part _________________ Soylent Green Is People !
2x Asus RT-N16 - Asuswrt-Merlin 126.96.36.199.374.40
2x Buffalo WZR-HP-G300NH V1 - OpenWRT Barrier Breaker 40360
TP-Link WR1043ND V1.8 - Gargoyle 1.6.0
Engenius ESR900 - Stock Firmware 1.2.2
Belkin F7D3302 - Kong K-2.6 22200
Linksys E3000 - Fractal - 23040 K-2.6 Mega
Linksys WRT310N V1 - Brainslayer/Kong - 23720 K-2.4 VPN
There is a serial port on the board of HW550-3G. I was able to flashed it with dd-wrt firmware but the flatform of the firmware was for Buffalo WHR-G300N. The firmware was copied from 'madaleno'. I was also able and managed to revert it back to stock firmware. Actually dd-wrt was flashed in my router in hope to recover my bricked router when I accidentaly switched of the power while upgrading stock firmware. I used RS232 to TTL serial. but USB to TTL will work too.