I've recently got a WNDR3700v5 and I wanted to know if it supports OpenWRT. I've previously worked a lot on the WNDR3700v4 but OpenWRT was already supported and I've only compiled some packages on it.
Today, we don't have much information on this new device that's why I start this topic to get some help.
Currently, my researches are only limited to the hardware but I'm completely new at this so, here is what I've found.
Then, I starting to look at some components. On the following picture, we can see the RAM and the CPU:
The RAM chipset is a Nanya NT5CB64M16FP-DP. More specs can be found here but this device offers 128Mb of RAM.
I've also found the Flash chipset :
It's a Macronix MX25L12835F which provides 128Mb of Flash memory. Some specs can be found here.
Then I started to look at the Serial port. Voltage is 3.3V.
Sadly, I do not have a 3.3V serial cable for now, so I do not have more information on the serial port. Anyway, I should receive a 3.3V cable tomorrow and then I will be able to test.
EDIT: The WNDR3700v5 uses 57600 b/s 8 N 1 and no flow control.
It seems there is no JTAG port.
This is the only information I have for now. I've also found this in the OpenWRT trunk : https://dev.openwrt.org/browser/trunk/t … order=name. It contains a folder named mt7621.
Do you think there is any chance that OpenWRT works on the WNDR3700v5?
(Last edited by Francis on 10 Apr 2015, 18:59)