I flashed Shibby's Tomato onto a friend's Linksys E2500 and for the first week or so things were running great. Now it's running strangely. The computers will suddenly not be able to connect to it, nor can I start an SSH tunnel to it, or open the web GUI (or even remotely from my house). The only fix is to power cycle the router. This usually needs to be done at least once (sometimes twice or 3 times) a day. Some good days, some bad days. I read somewhere that it can cause problems if you flash a 60K NVRAM firmware onto a 30K NVRAM router. I flashed Shibby's tomato-E2500USB-NVRAM60K-1.28.RT-N5x-MIPSR2-093-Nocat-VPN.bin. Is there any way to tell what the router's NVRAM size is? I tried poking around in Tomato and searching on the internet, but I can't find anything. I'm using a Windows laptop, so unless I can use a command line in PuTTY through an SSH tunnel to Tomato, I need a way to find the NVRAM size without using a command line to look it up.