Long time reader, first time poster here. I run Tomato 1.21 on a WRT54GL v1.1 and it has been running great. I love this firmware and prefer it over DD-WRT. However, I have one strange issue. Whenever I set up a CIFS share in the CIFS client section, and then configure Bandwidth Monitoring to save to the CIFS share, the Bandwidth Monitoring "breaks". By break, I mean that if I click on any of the bandwidth graphs (real time, daily, etc.) I get no graph displayed in my browser and an error complaining about rstat not responding. Rebooting the router does not fix it. If I switch back to "Save to RAM (temporary), everything immediately goes back to normal except that I lose all of my bandwidth story I have tried with 2 different CIFS shares on different servers, and both are writable from tomato so this is not a CIFS server, permissions, file system issue. See below: Code: Tomato v1.21.1515 BusyBox v1.2.2 (2008.07.26-14:43+0000) Built-in shell (ash) Enter 'help' for a list of built-in commands. # df -h | grep -i cifs - 368.1G 128.2G 239.9G 35% /cifs1 - 2.8G 248.7M 2.5G 9% /cifs2 # echo HELLOWORLD > /cifs1/readme # echo HELLOWORLD > /cifs2/readme # cat /cifs1/readme HELLOWORLD # cat /cifs2/readme HELLOWORLD This issue is repeatable -- even after reconfiguration, after a reboot, hard power cycle, and even a re-flashing. I also have an ASUS WL-500GPV2 that maybe I will test on, but right now I need the stock firmware for the USB storage and printer support. Any insight or ideas would be helpful. Thanks in advance.