Asus RT-AX52 support

How should I define what to put in board.d? I see some board are using eth0 and some are using wan. Thanks

You can get away with so called "breadboard wires" without soldering.

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I use that and it works like a charm

But I still have to create the openwrt files :smiling_face_with_tear: (dts and so on)
In order to connect without opening the case the user would need longer pins like this guy did for the ax53u: OpenWrt support for Asus RT-AX53U - #43 by nemoforum

Hello, I was able to boot in openwrt via an initramfs. What test should I do to know if everything works? Normally AX52 doesn’t support 160MHz but the openwrt UI was showing the 160MHz setting but when trying to use this setting it doesn’t work.