I had Tomato loaded on my Asus router but wanted USB support and was told to give DD-WRT a try. So I flashed the latest EKO build with new drivers. Well come to find out that USB support is not what it should be even with DD-WRT. So I planned to go back to Tomato and just connect my external to my PC and share my music and movies via Firewire across my LAN. Before upgrading I logged in via telnet and did the "nvram get http_passwd" which displayed the password. I picked the file tomato-ND.bin and according the the page the upgrade was successful. I let the router sit for a few minutes, power cycled the router and tried to log in at 192.168.1.1. I entered the username and then the password I retrieved through telnet. No access. I tried "root" and "admin" as username with the same password. Nothing worked. I logged in via telnet and same thing, password didn't work. I tried upgrading to the Asus firmware, page said successful upgrade. Still the same thing, password didn't work. I tftp dd-wrt back on to the router, it works. I just can't seem to get rid of dd-wrt. And BTW... When I loaded Tomato I could access the Internet and the other routers in my LAN but could not access the main router to configure it. Anyone else run into this and find a fix?