If your device is supported, you may find specific information in the Hardware-specific page for your router.
For a list of recommended devices for installing h DD-WRT, please see Firmware FAQ#Which router should I buy? The user-friendly dd-wrt download page will help you identify the correct "killer" and dd-wrt firmware versions (as applicable) for your device as needed.Before you try to take any actions, including loading any firmware to your router...the English Broadcom Forum Announcement entitled Peacock Thread It contains more information than just for those who are having problems. However, you must use the peacock thread and use the information in the Hardware-specific page to accurately identify your hardware and not create a problem that renders your router useless.Unfortunately, skipping this step leads many to brick (break) their routers. After you have read THIS page, and gotten some background on the peacock page, the Hardware-specific page may be the most useful page for you in terms of identifying your router, figuring out what files you need to download (including instructions), and figuring out the correct installation procedures.As you see, it is generally not a good idea to buy any of the ones from version 5 and up, because that is the point at which the specs got rolled back.The earlier models are easily found for cheap though.More directly applicable, I think the best place to ask for firmware for these routers might be on the forum.Belkin announced last March that it had completed the acquisition of Linksys from Cisco. But strangely enough, the Linksys websiite has downloads for earlier versions of the WRT54G firmware (such as version 4), but on the very same page when you click on things like version 7 or 8 it says "download not available"There is a list of WRT54G specs on Wikipedia.Think about it – the hardware is the same, the setup is the same, but the capabilities and features of this router are now far beyond anything I thought possible with a Linksys.In this article, I’m going to show you some of the coolest features of DD-WRT which, if you decide to make use of, will allow you to transform your own router into the super-router of your dreams.The funny thing about my decision to write this article is that I am not really much of a router connoisseur.The extent of my router explorations amounted to me walking into the computer store, selecting the second-cheapest router I could find (usually a Linksys), and calling it good.