I'm not a programmer, but I try as best as I can. I want to learn something new and develop my skills. I have been following Tomato for 10 years. I remember my first Tomato router, it was in 2007 - WRT54GL with firmware by Jonathan. A few years ago I met Shibby IRL, he inspired and impressed me. I thought it was impossible to learn even a bit of what he knows, but one day I was able to compile Tomato firmware I hope Shibby come back. During the time when he's been gone, I pieced together some things. Special thanks to @AndreDVJ, well done! Forked off from Tomato-ARM by Shibby, builds compiled by @kille72 Latest version: 138.14 - 2017-04-15 Changelog: https://pastebin.com/ZyXwvtUv Source code: https://bitbucket.org/kille72/tomato-arm-kille72 Downloads: https://mega.nz/#F!bAcVXCSY!DgPc0zfhunujKblc1qsQ0w For the following ARM routers: Asus (N18U, AC56U, AC68U, AC3200), Netgear (R6250, R6300v2, R6400, R7000, R8000), Linksys (EA6500v2, EA6700, EA6900) Disclaimer: I am not responsible for any bricked routers, nor do I encourage other people to flash alternative firmwares on their routers. Use at your own risk! Thanks to @shibby20 @AndreDVJ @Jacky444 @koitsu @M_ars @Vindicator @Sean B. @Toastman @RMerlin @tsynik @tvlz @lancethepants and all others who helped me with the project.