Hello. I set up the network at a campground with 5 Linksys WRT54G/GL routers, various Wifi antennas, and for the past 2 years they ran DD-WRT which does exactly this and works great. I want to switch to Tomato but the biggest thing I'll miss about DD-WRT is the connection watchdog. While it's quite possible that Tomato will be more stable and I won't NEED a connection watchdog, I sure would feel better if I had one. I accidentally left the main routers connection watchdog disabled this spring and in the past week they've had to reboot it manually once each day even though it reboots automatically every morning at 4am. The other routers, which did have the watchdog on, were rebooting on their own but since the main one did not, it did no good. Since enabling the watchdog again the other day I've seen it reboot once on its own, along with the others, and no one has complained about the internet not working. Every few days I sit down intending to google the hell out of the problem and get it solved but I haven't had any luck so far. I'm pretty sure the watchdog just pings set IP's at set intervals and reboots, which is fine, but I wonder if there's something that can make them try 2 or 3 times before rebooting, just to avoid unnecessary reboots. I thought of putting Tomato on the other routers and leaving DD-WRT on the main router (DHCP server) but I want Tomato for the awesome QoS. Every depressing! Thanks all. /edit In a somewhat related story... in DD-WRT it would show the rate at which a Client Bridge(Wireless Ethernet Bridge in Tomato) was connected to an AP at. I could see it jump around, 24mbit, 5.5mbit, 1mbit, etc. I'm playing with the Wireless Ethernet Bridge option in Tomato, and see that it shows no such thing. This bothers me. Should it? I think the rate dipping into the 1 and 2mbit range is what prompted me to buy 2 circular polarized non-line of site panel antennas because a single Yagi pointed at a big omni 400 feet away through a small hole in trees wasn't cutting it.