I've been using OpenWRT for my TP-Links etc, but now I got a new WIFI router from my ISP (Telia).
Now, I'm not sure if there is any compatible OpenWRT firmware to use for this router since I can't find it on the Wiki. It's labeled "Telia WiFi router F@st 5370e by Sagemcom". The motherboard says it's a F5370 V3.2.
So I have opened it up and removed all things covering the chipsets. I took photos of the chips and of the board.
The router got 5 gigabit ethernet ports (4xLAN, 1xWAN), USB and RJ11 for IP phone.
Conclusion about the 5370e router:
Main chip (Network Controller & Processor ICs) is Broadcom: BCM63139 (BCM63139KFSBG).
Weird thing, I can't find this chip on Broadcom's website, I can only find BCM63138 which seems to be a ARM v7 (Cortex A9) Dual Core 1 GHz ARM processor. The chip does exist (it's listed on Mouser and other places):
WIFI Chipset is Broadcom: BCM4366E (BCM4366EKMMLW1G) (actually it got TWO of these, one for 2.4 Ghz and one for 5 Ghz)
It's a 802.11AC wave 2 chipset with 4x4 4 spatial streams.
Any idea if this one is supported in any version of OpenWRT - if so which one?
And if not, what can I do to make it happen?
Actually I found this chipset here: http://en.techinfodepot.shoutwiki.com.
The main chip is also used in Zyxel EMG3415-B10A, Actiontec C3000A and Technicolor MBHA10VWQ.
Also the Deviwiki is not working. Where do I upload all the information about this router (incl photos)?