I'm using the Toastman build, and using the QoS settings, with few modifications. Pretty happy with the results. I'm not sure if this is a Toastman build issue, or a Tomato issue (I suspect it's with Tomato), but when I'm looking at the QoS graph view, I can see that WWW is using about 3500 kbits/s. Sadly, I'm not sure which machines are actually using that bandwidth. If I click on the WWW hyperlink, it brings me to the Details, showing 24 connections, and lists the IP addresses involved. This information is rather useless to me, as far as I can tell. It lists the Source IP, which is where the traffic is coming from. In my case, about 1/2 these IP addresses seem to be Google, which seems strange/bad. The Destination IP shown for almost every line is 192.168.1.100, which is the router. Everyone is connected via wifi, so they all get routed thru this IP, meaning I have no idea which machine(s) is actually using the bandwidth. It seems like the router should know which internal IP has requested data, and could/should show me the local IP for any/all data streams. Showing everything with the same IP is not much more useful than showing nothing at all. Am I doing it wrong, is there another place to find this information, or can this be changed in software to show better detail here?