Last MAJOR update: Sat. August 9th 2008 Here's what I've done to get the Simple Network Management Protocol-daemon (SNMPd called from now on) working on my Tomato. This will provide remote monitoring for a WRT54, e.g. using Cacti:  create a network-share, either on a Windows- or Unix-host that runs 24/7  mount that share as /cifs1 using Tomato's CIFS Client  create a subdirectory on that CIFS-share, eg. sbin/  get this file: http://www.xs4all.nl/~bokh/downloads/snmpd.zip This file contains the SNMPd-binary (version 5.0.9) and snmpd.conf. (MD5 (snmpd) = ae0d622648efdb8dceb7b3b5a63e23ac)  unpack the ZIP-file and move the files into the sbin-directory you just created  start SNMPd by logging into your WRT54 and entering Code: /cifs1/sbin/snmpd -c /cifs1/sbin/snmpd.conf &  test SNMP from the machine you're going to monitor from: Code: snmpwalk -c public -v 2c <IP-address of the WRT54> It's beyond the scope of this HOWTO, how to install and enable SNMP on a system... there is lot's of good documentation describing this.  If it's working put these two entries in Administration --> Scripts --> Firewall. UPDATE: Changed Init to Firewall. See the Tomato-FAQ why: http://www.polarcloud.com/tomatofaq#why_doesnt_my_startup_script_w Code: sleep 30 /cifs1/sbin/snmpd -c /cifs1/sbin/snmpd.conf -s & Don't forget to save! Now Tomato will start SNMPd after each reboot.  Start using remote monitoring. I prefer Cacti on FreeBSD: Issues: No more issues thanks to a newly compiled SNMPd by Rodney (aka "rhester72")!