Hi- have an Asus WL-500g Premium running as our (small) office NAT gateway and wireless AP, been running OpenWRT 7.0.9 w/ X-wrt. No real problems w/ OpenWRT other than the web interface not being that great. Decided to switch to Tomato to improve our VOIP quality (plus migrating from POTS lines to Asterisk, so need better QoS). Flashed the Asus to Tomato 1.19, tried to access web interface to reset NVRAM and configure- REALLY slow... clicking on one of the menu items would take 30 seconds to return, often just timeout- this is on the wired connection (computer straight to Asus). Tried wireless connection- works great, no problems, fast- reset nvram, configured various settings in Tomato, seems to work great. But, none of our wired devices work (we have two networked printers, a NAS, and a couple Macs and PCs)- at the most they get an IP but can't connect, at worse not even an IP. Also, WPA/WPA2 doesn't seem to work w/ our XP clients now (works fine on the Macs)- they can connect fine to another wireless AP with WPA/WPA2 that we have. So at this point- try resetting NVRAM again, reset to defaults, reflash Tomato, reset NVRAM again, reconfigure- same thing. OK, so now I flash OpenWRT back again- SAME PROBLEM!?! did I kill my wired ports somehow? did Tomato? anyone know how to do a hard reset on the Asus and take it back completely to default settings? I'd try Tomato again, but this has been a very frustrating day.