Scenario: Arrive home, disarm alarm system, automatically enable wireless radio. Enable alarm system, leave home, automatically disable wireless radio. I'm looking for a way to interface Tomato with my Home Automation system. The simplest way would be via a URL that would look something like: http://routerIP/root:mypassword?enable-script Basically, the URL logs in and runs a script. The script would enable/disable the radio and whatever else one would like to do. Is such a thing possible? Alternately, the Home Automation software could send a custom command to Tomato via an assigned TCP port (LAN only; not WAN). This is a more complicated arrangement that would require a custom service running on Tomato that monitors the port, interprets the received command, and performs the requested action. I'm not sure if this is feasible. Any other ideas on how a Tomato-based router could be controlled by 3rd party software?