|Version/Model||Launch Date||S/N||OpenWrt Version Supported||Model Specific Notes|
|WNR3500U||?||-||V1 since trunk 2013-01-11||partial support based on OpenWrt claimed here|
|WNR3500L||?||-||V1 since trunk 2013-01-11||-|
|WNR3500U||Broadcom BCM4718A@480MHz||64MiB||8MiB||4 x 1||Yes||Yes||?|
|WNR3500Lv2||Broadcom BCM47186B0@480MHz||128MiB||128MiB NAND||4 x 1||yes||yes||?|
wnr3500L V2 is not supported by OpenWrt!
wnr3500L V1 partially work in trunk since 2013-01-11 (bug 7198).
make image PROFILE=Broadcom-bgmac-b43for the open source b43 wireless driver (wireless-G only)
make image PROFILE=Broadcom-bgmac-wlfor the proprietary wl wireless driver(needed for wireless-N)
scp firstname.lastname@example.org.X:path/to/openwrt-brcm47xx-squashfs.trx /tmp/
mtd -r write /tmp/openwrt-brcm47xx-squashfs.trx linux
Using stock firmware (including Barrier Breaker) the USB socket is powered down during shutdown. (see ticket) The following solution is confirmed to work with b53 wifi driver and official barrier breaker build:
nvram set board_id=U12H136T99_NETGEAR
nvram set boardflags=0x00000710
Followed by a cold reboot (power cycle).
Note: The router's serial port uses 3.3v logic, do not connect a regular 12v serial cable to it.
To open the box, remove the screw on the right side (when standing up), then push and slide the right cover to the bottom (where the screw is)…
This device has 2 programmable buttons (classic reset button and WPS on the front). There is also an on/off switch on the rear side.
A 1x6 pin header (JP1) is already soldered in this router.
Serial port settings are 115200@8n1. USB to TTL modules are self powered and only need 3 wires (RX, TX and GND).
Connect first GND, then TX to the RX pin of USB Module. It also works with these 2 pins only for readonly. VCC +3,3V pin is used for powering non USB RS232-TTL cables.
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