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The list of supported OpenWRT wireless AP vendors
Using an alternative firmware on your wireless devices allows you to push the limits of wireless device by changing its features.

OpenWRT is a Linux-based alternative router firmware for embedded devices that allows you to customize your wireless device thanks to its fully writable filesystem with package management. With OpenWRT, you won’t be locked by the web interface or the web applications of the vendor.
Tanaza is another vendor-alternative firmware, based on OpenWRT that supports a wide range of access points, such as TP-Link, Ubiquiti, MikroTik, Open-Mesh, Linksys, NetGear, D-Link, EnGenius and Alfa Network. Tanaza replaces the firmware and the original function of a wireless device with a complete set of features that allows you to manage your access points through the cloud. For example, Tanaza features a captive portal with social login authentication (Facebook, Instagram, Google+, Twitter etc.). You can check the real time status of your network through a dashboard available over the internet. Tanaza also allows you to integrate the software with any third party application, through APIs or native integrations (like the Mailchimp connector).

Easy to install and to use, Tanaza may be the best option for you, if you are looking for an easy-to-use alternative firmware for your wireless device.

 

For more information about Tanaza and its wide range wide of supported access points, click here.

If you can’t find the vendor you are looking for, you can make a request and ask to Tanaza to support a new access point.

 

To see the full list of access point vendors compatible with OpenWRT, check below. 

 

3Com
4G Systems
7Links
8devices
A-Link
ADBADI EngineeringALFA NetworkARC FlexAVMAXIMCom

Abicom International

Accton

AcmeSystems

Actiontec

Agestar

Airlink101

Alcatel-Sbell

Allnet

Alfa Network

Arcadyan

Arcadyan/Astoria

Arduino.cc

AsiaRF

Asmax

Asus

Atmel

AudioCodes

Aztech

BT

Baidu

Belkin

Blueendless

Buffalo

COMFAST

Catch Tec

Cisco

Cobalt Networks

Compex

Comtrend

Creator

Cubitech

D-Link

Davolink

Devolo

Domino

Dovado

Dragino

EasyAcc

EasyLink

Edimax

Embedded Wireless

EnGenius

Fon

Freecom

Freescale i.MX23/i.MX28

GL.iNet

Gainstrong

Gateway

Gateworks

Gigaset

HAME

Hi-Link

HiWiFi

HiWiFi/Gee

Hitachi

HooToo

Huawei

Intellidesign

Inteno

Intenso

Inventel

Iomega

JCG

Kingston

Kintec

Lamobo

Lemaker

Lenovo

Linksprite

Linksys

Logitech

MQMaker

MeLE

MediaTek

Medion

Meraki

Mercury

MikroTik

Multilaser

NetComm

NetGear

Netis

Nexx

NuCom

OMYlink

Olimex

On Networks

Open-Mesh

openEmbed

Option

PC Engines

PHICOMM

Pacific Networks

Patriot Memory

Petatel

Pirelli

Planex

Pogoplug

Poray

Prolink

QEMU (aarch64)

QEMU (i386)

QEMU (malta)

 

 

QEMU (realview)

QEMU (x86_64)

Qi hardware

Qihoo hardware

Raspberry Pi Foundation

RavPower

Redwave

Rosewill

SFR

SMC

STORYLiNK

Sagem

SamKnows

Samsung

Scientific Atlanta

Seagate

Sercomm

Serval

Siemens

SimpleTech

Sitecom

Skyline

SolidRun

Sparklan

Synopsys

T-Com / Telekom

TP-Link

Technicolor

Telsey

Teltonika

Tenda

Texas Instruments

Thomson

Trendnet

Turris CZ.NIC

US Robotic

Ubiquiti

Upvel

VMware

Vizio

WIZnet

WRTnode

Wallys

Wavlink

Western Digital

Widemac

Wiligear

Xiaomi

Xunlong

ZBT

ZTE

Zcomax

ZImnet

ZyXEL

jjPlus

 

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