Hello, WOL worked earlier (tried only once, but it was successful) and now it does not. I don't know if this has something to do with Tomato, but that successful try was before installing it. I searched this forum and followed instructions given by dg7raj in this thread. First I forwarded port 9, then copied and pasted the given line in Administration/Scripts/Firewall. There already was a script there, so I just pasted the line below it, is it OK? And I removed the # because, as I understand, this is the comment symbol. Finally, in Static DHCP I added the MAC address of my computer's NIC and my computer's IP address, which is static. I left Hostname blank. After rebooting, my computer does apear in the WOL page, MAC and IP addreses are shown correctly, but status is '-'. There's also FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF at IP 192.168.0.254 and its status is Active (In ARP). When I click on the line, nothing happens. When I try to wake up the computer with AMD's Magic Packet utility, nothing happens as well. And with this utility I previously woke up the computer. EDIT: this probably isn't important, but I was logged in through HTTPS (just to mimick connection via the internet, my goal is to be able to wake the home PC up from elsewhere). BIOS has WOL enabled, LED on router stays on after turning off the computer (and sometimes blinks). Any ideas? I only use Tomato only for two days, but I already like it very much (except SVG graphics with which Netscape 7.2 doesn't want to be friends), and I'm very reluctant to revert to original firmware just to test WOL. My computer likes to hang sometimes, so I'm afraid of bricking the router.