I installed the Toastman build on my new E3000 and it seemed to be working but at some point the WAN interface appeared to go down. Nothing would go in or out over it. I rebooted and that brought it back up and I started sending 1472 byte pings to my gateway as fast as I could send them out, a bunch dropped. The drop percentage wasn't that high, but it was there. I swapped my WRT54GL back in running the stock Tomato 1.28 and sent over 4000 pings without dropping any. Swapped my E3000 back in and it dropped a packet after sending 600. So the E3000 isn't routing as well. The E3000 with Toastman doesn't seem particularly stable. Is there something else I can try? Edit: I did a NVRAM thorough reset and that seemed to fix things, but considering I juts set things up I have no idea why. I thought maybe it was the CPU setting since the router defaults to an unknown frequency, but I set it to 480 and rebooted and it still seems okay. I'm going to try and track down what exactly is causing the issue. Edit 2: I manually set everything up again (left a few unnecessary things out like wireless fillters for old devices and QOS settings I don't use (since I don't use QOS) and everything seems okay now. I'm not sure what was wrong earlier. I'm going to keep an eye on it though. I can't have a router dropping the WAN port periodically since I use VOIP (that's actually how I originally saw the problem when the phone stopped working). Edit 3: I wonder if it had to do with the fact that I unplugged the E3000. Whenever I do that the listed CPU seems to change. When I first installed it showed 480 MHz in the log even after a few reboots, but after unplugging the router and plugging it back in, that changed to 133 Mhz. It was at that point I changed it to 480 MHz in the misc settings and then things went berserk. This time I did a NVRAM reset, changed it to 480 MHz and reboot, but I have yet to unplug it and plug it back in. I have a feeling that might cause it to fail, though I don't know why it would.