I saw that LEDE has support for the Archer C60 V1 since Dec 2016.
There is a device page tp-link_archer_c60_v1 and links to images. But those links aren't working because there are only images for the C59 device:
Also I can't find C60 image in build logs: logs/stdio, but there is a "C60_V1=y" in 4.9 kernel config: config-4.9#L56.
It is some mistake or C60 images are broken right now?
Don't want to use stock firmware for my brand-new router.
U can build own image from firm. builder from this topic Plans for LEDE to support TP-Link TL-WR902AC?
But our boards return as soon as bugfix will be found. It not so long I think. https://github.com/lede-project/source/pull/1464
The firmware for the C60 v1 is listed in the Table of Hardware:Firmware Downloads...item #1052.
That is caused by the recent upgrade in LEDE master to use Linux kernel 4.9 for ar71xx devices. That increased the kernel size and made some devices, including C60, not to build any more with the default settings. So, those devices were disabled with this commit:
ar71xx: deactivate some boards with too small kernel partitions
This affects the following boards:
Those routers may get re-enabled, if this patch by @Heinz lands:
Oh well. Haven't seen that.
Thank you for the info.
Does LEDE firmware work on TP-Link Archer C60 "v2"? Because in this page only v1 listed. https://lede-project.org/toh/hwdata/tp-link/tp-link_archer_c60_v1
Thank you for your reply.
Version 1 is the only one supported by LEDE.
i'm new in custom firmware, i'd like to know if LEDE is suporting both wifi bands of TP-Link Archer C60 the 2.4 and 5Ghz... because in techdata is show this:
LEDE Unsupported: WiFi 5GHz
but show this too:
WLAN 2.4GHz: b/g/n
WLAN 5.0GHz: a/n/ac
this confused me.
It means that although the router has 2.4 and 5 Ghz capability, 5 Ghz is not supported in the LEDE firmware.