Hey all! After bricking my WRT54GL a couple of times trying to switch from Tomato to DD-WRT, I've finally got everything ticking along nicely. Great firmware! I've donated. I'm finding rflow connector really useful, and would like to set it up to dump the data onto a mysql database so I can retain the info in between reboots/power cycling/etc. My problem is, I'm not having ANY luck getting the two to talk. rflow connector just keeps on returning the error "no mysql connection". Any info on what exactly I have to do in mySQL to get the connection happening would be REALLY appreciated. I've spent hours looking for a dummies guide to this somewhere but can't find one. I'm mostly clueless when it comes to mysql, I'm afraid. I can create a schema called rflow using mySQL administrator - but what should the tables be? Do I even need to create the schema or will rflow collector magically do this itself? Do I need to create the schema and then do some tricky things to tell it WHAT of the rflow data I want captured? Argh! I promise I'll write this up properly (I'm a tech writer/journalist) and give it back to the world if someone can help me through this. So far, I've: Opened port 3306 on my firewall. Made sure other gui tools can connect to the instance fine (mysql administrator etc). I have rflow set up as: Server Host or IP: localhost mySQL user: root mySQL password: password (ie: the correct password) mySQL database: rflow mySQL port: 3306 Help please! Craig.