The original first message of this thread, when tomato was not yet ported, can be found at the bottom of this post. Tomato is now operational on the F9K1102 (v1 and v3 only), so I've changed the first post to reflect this. Tomato has been ported to the Belkin N600 DB Wireless N+ (F9K1102 v1 and v3 only). A screenshot is attached to this post. Unfortunately, stability has been an issue; frequent reboots have been reported by several users. This project is on hiatus as I have not been able to resolve these issues myself. Other experienced developers are encouraged to pick up from where I left off (see source links below). Download (downloads removed due to instability) - firmware images are in folders named after the branch from which they were built. They are versioned by date in the filename: 1.28.YYYYMMDD Compilation options for most recent firmware image: Code: MIPS32=r2 NO_JFFS=y NO_CIFS=y NO_ZEBRA=y B=V NFS=y MEDIASRV=y PPTPD=y OPENVPN=y USB="USB" USBAP=y IPV6SUPP=y NVRAM_64K=y BUILD_DESC="F9K1102" Installation Flash the firmware image through the stock firmware web interface. A slowly flashing blue light is illuminated during the boot process, then both blue and orange lights simultaneously flash before all lights turn off. A moment or two later, either a steady orange light (if no WAN connected) or an active purple light (if WAN connected) appears. The LAN and WiFi networks should be available shortly after. [Toastman-based only] DHCP is not enabled by default, so configure your computer with IP address 192.168.1.2, subnet mask 255.255.255.0, and gateway 192.168.1.1. Then you should be able to connect to the router. Open the web interface: http://192.168.1.1. The default username and password are admin Navigate to Administration > Configuration, and under Restore Default Configuration choose Erase all data in NVRAM memory (thorough). The router will automatically reboot after clearing nvram. Once the router has finished booting, you should be all set. Known issues [shibby-based] Some users report frequent reboots to the point of the router being unusable. In some instances, settings have even been lost. This doesn't seem to be universal though -- I still need to narrow down what may be causing this to happen. [Toastman-based] Only one wireless radio is enabled for now. I haven't looked at how multiple radios are enabled in the Toastman-RT-N branch yet. Source code I have been working with the tomato-shibby-RT-AC and Toastman-RT-N branches at repo.or.cz/w/tomato.git. My changes are on GitHub: github.com/mdmower/tomato. Each download has a corresponding tag. Additional information Stock firmware serial console output: F9K1102v1 and F9K1102v3 Stock firmware nvram dump: F9K1102v1 and F9K1102v3 ------------------------------------- Original thread starter, from Jan 28, 2015: I am trying to bring-up tomato on the F9K1102v3. I familiarized myself with the changes that went into another router I own, the F7D3301, and it seems like there's not too much to configure. It looks like I need to know a few variables from the nvram though (boardtype, boardrev, boardnum, vlan1ports, vlan2ports). Unfortunately, I cannot figure out how to telnet into this router while it's running stock. Are there any tips on how to do this? Or is JTAG necessary?