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Config file from 1.19 tomato over 1.28

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by Snaker1, Apr 22, 2013.

  1. Snaker1

    Snaker1 Reformed Router Member

    Just found some old WRT routers running 1.19 tomato.I want to upgrade to latest 1.28 but i dont want to write the configuration all over again.Is this possible or i must do an nvram erase.If an nvram erase is required then which one is the latest firmware after 1.19 which does not require an nvram erase in order for the .config file to run properly.
    Thanks
    Friendly Nick
     
  2. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

    thread moved to correct forum
     
  3. Toastman

    Toastman Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    You really need to erase, there is a big time gap between the firmwares and it's quite likely that the old config will cause problems. However, usually we want to copy the large nvram variables to another router to save hours of retyping, such as Static DHCP and Access Restrictions etc. Try the following method.

    You should be able to use this method to obtain your old config in a form where you can easily use parts of it on another router. If you don't have a tools / system box, telnet or ssh to the router and use the command line from there.

    http://www.linksysinfo.org/forums/showpost.php?p=362345&postcount=221
     
  4. Snaker1

    Snaker1 Reformed Router Member

    Thanks a lot for the reply.This was really helpful.One last question.Can you please give me a link to original tomato 1.19 .I have searched all over the internet and i can find only chinese versions and Victek mod.I havent find a single link that has the original 1.19 version.Even though it is old I am really happy with the performance and i would like to have this firmware as i have lost it and there are lots of configuration over these 9 WRTs that i have.
    I whould really appreciate it.
    Thanks a lot.
    Friendly Nick
     

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