Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by mrralan, Sep 25, 2011.
Anyone working on a version for the Linksys E1200?
I was wondering the same thing.
There is "EXCELLENT" Tomato firmware support for the Linksys E4200v1 and that's where the trail goes cold.
We know that Linksys E4200v2 wont have Tomato firmware support due to the chipset it is using.
But it would be interesting to know if there was any future for the Linksys E1200, Linksys E1500, Linksys E2500 and Linksys E3200 within the 'current' Linksys line-up.
It's a big job to maintain and add value to the Tomato firmware for the existing supported routers and for that we're VERY grateful to all, BUT..
Given I wouldn't purchase a Linksys router without known Tomato[DD-WRT *cough* Linksys E2500 *cough*] firmware support, am I waving goodbye to Linksys and it's newer existing Broadcom chipset based routers?
And then you have to ask E1200v1 or E1200v2. The v2 supports ipv6 and I don't think we will see Tomato for it any time soon. But I don't know about v1 of E12000.