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Has anyone gotten any luck with installing Tomato Firmware on an Asus RT-N12 and/or get WiFi 802.11n working?

It seemed to flash correctly using the Asus Firmware and DD-WRT runs fine but it won't establish a connection or give out IP addresses when I flash it with Tomato.

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My steps (generalized):

  1. Get Asus Firmware Upgrade Tool
  2. Installed DD-WRT Mini v24 pre-sp2
  3. Downloaded tomatousb no-usb std (tomato-K26-1.27.9047MIPSR2-beta16-Std)
  4. Renamed the the file extension to .bin
  5. Used DD-WRT upgrade screen

Found some guides:

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