Hello. Been running tomato for at least 3 years now without any issues, and I don't ever want to go back to standard Linksys firmware. I was having some slight issues with my router so I updated it to 1.28, and it worked fine for a few days, until one day I got 0.0.0.0 for an IP address. If I rebooted the cable modem, I would get 192.168.100.10 for about 1 or 2 minutes, and then it would revert to 0.0.0.0. I didn't investigate further, and assumed my router had went bad, so I bought another WRT54G v3 on E-Bay and hooked it up, made sure it worked, and was surfing, and using it just fine under Linksys firmware. I might add that I also use OpenDNS, and I don't know if that has any part in this equation or not, but, I am thinking that it might. After I made sure the router was working, I loaded 1.28 on there, and began adding my settings as I like them, one of them being OpenDNS servers. Shortly after, I ended up with 0.0.0.0 as my IP address, even after rebooting the cable modem 3x. After this happened, I went into the router settings and replicated the MAC address from my PC, reset the DNS to 0.0.0.0 so the router would get it's DNS from Charter, and now, I am surfing just fine, on 1.28 with the "new" router. Is it possible that Charter is "blacklisting" my routers MAC due to my using OpenDNS? Since I have replicated my PC's MAC address in the router, I am afraid of setting up the OpenDNS servers again, just in case this is happening. I don't want my PC's NIC to be black listed because if my internet ever goes down, Charter makes me bypass the router and plug directly in to my PC. Any idea why I would get all zeros like this?