Table of Hardware: Ideal for LEDE

In order to list devices you'll have the best experience with, here we filter for devices that…

  • are either 'Available' (are commercially available, i.e. you can buy them today) or 'unknown' (if 'unknown' → search the net for availability first, then please update the data here)
  • have >4MB Flash (4M can work, but are no fun to work with. >4M will make you happier than 4M or below.)
  • have >32MB RAM (32M can work quite well, but >=64M are more comfortable to work with, depending on your use case.)

Special notes:

  • Devices with Broadcom WiFi chipsets have limited LEDE supportability (due to limited FLOSS driver availability for Broadcom chips)
  • A few devices do not support the standard factory/sysupgrade LEDE image type, instead requiring a more complex custom LEDE installation procedure. See the respective devicepage for installation instructions.
  • Some devices have a built-in firmware rescue function (making the device less likely to brick on flash failures), while others do no have this. See the respective devicepage for details.
  • When planning to buy a device that supports USB3.0, to connect USB3.0 storage devices and use 2.4 GHz WiFi at the same time, you may experience 2.4 WiFi problems (see 2.4 GHz WiFi issues with USB3.0). Ask the LEDE forum for advice on this subject.

Using the Table of Hardware

  • Sort the columns by clicking the column header
  • Enter your filter criteria in the white fields
    You can filter for partial matches, e.g.
    • D-Li, D-Lin, D-Link, Net, Netg, …
    • DIR-6, TL-WR, 3700, 43, 430, 4300, …

Other Resources


Devices with ≤4MB flash and/or ≤32MB ram suffer from limitations in extensibility and stability of operation. Consider this when chosing a device to buy, or when deciding to flash LEDE on your device because it is listed as supported. See 432_warning for details.


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