RTL most probably stands for Realtek - vendor of network chips, sound chips and embedded processors. Realtek.com.tw website
632 and 652 were on Atheros revisions 1.0 and 1.0, bur revision 2.0 comes on R-somthing. Probably Realtek as well. Or maybe RALink, dont remember.
PS: here confirmation: http://wiki.openwrt.org/toh/trendnet/tew652brp10r
And now there is even 652 version 3.x! http://trendnet.ru/products/catalog/det … -652BRPv3x
PS: those routers are running Linux.
It is just not community-driven Linux.
I only had 632/652 revision 1.x
There you could just save config on the router Tools Webadmin page.
This config could be unpacked by 7-zip (or maybe it even was not compressed, do not remember) and then displayed as text with for example Notepad++
I think it is still the same because, u know, just why they would change it ?
Why u talk of drivers ? Network settings are not mantained by drivers.
FreeBSD (and routers fw based on it) uses their script set.
On desktop Linux usually RedHat /etc/netconfig scripts are used. They are ugly but widespread used and supported. Including support from GUI wizards like NetManager
On AltLinux /etc/net scripts are used, which are great for wired net, but not very good for Wi-Fi
*WRT are targeted on machines small by CPU and by Memory - so they have their only little-size network scripts.
What are used in Trendnet ? Dunno, unpack thei firmware and look inside :-)
(Last edited by annoynimous on 1 Nov 2011, 22:33)