Hi, all, I have this Asus RT-N12E Wireless-N300 3-in-1 WiFi router, but its version is not B1 as listed supported version; rather, it is C1. I think the main difference between B1 and C1, in terms of functionality, it is that the C1 is a 3-in-1 router, means it can be operated in one of the three modes: wifi router, wifi repeater and wifi access point modes, whilst the B1 probably cannot, with native firmware, support repeater mode. Hardware wise, this C1 mode has 8MB fash and 32MB RAM; whilst the B1 is with only 4MB flash. The hardware specs of C1 mode can be found here,
My question is, which openwrt firmware should I download for this? From the hardware table I saw RT-N12E B1, RT-N12+, RT-N12 C1. They sounds similar but the CPUs are different, some modes are with mediaTech cip, whilst some other are with Broadcom chip. My exact mode, i.e., "RT-N12E C1" is not even listed in the supported hardware table. Does this version get OpenWRT support at all?
Please bear in mind again, the C1 mode is with 8MB flash, so it should be ideal to run OpenWRT.