First of all, I am using a Buffalo WHR-54G. I applogize if this is not the right forum, since it is a Buffalo. I've looked through a ton of other sites for help, but couldn't find anything, and I read some posts here saying some people use Buffalo. Anyways, here is what happened. I downloaded the newest Tomato, 1.21, and tried to get it to work last night. I changed my ip/gateway/sub, I reset and unplugged the router, I plugged it back in, and quickly ran that dos batch file, that does stuff automatically. I tried a couple times, but it kept giving me some message that it wasn't working. It was getting pretty late, so I thought I would try again in the morning. So I woke up early and thought I would give it another go. I unplugged the router, plugged it back in, and ran that little file...it said the firmware was accepted! So I go to 192.168.1.1 and I now see the Tomato GUI (this was the first time, normally it was Buffalo). HOWEVER, I remembered afterwards that I forgot to change my ip/gateway/subnet! I don't know if this could have cased a problem, but it was the only thing I forgot to do (I should have waited until I was more awake!:frown Anyways, the internet will not work for me. Not even on the computer that is hardwired to the router/cable modem. I tried using a old router and it works fine then. Using a wireless laptop, I can still get signal from the router, although I still cannot connect to the internet. I tried doing ping 192.168.1.1 (not sure if that's the right way to do it) from the wireless laptop and I got the following Did I brick the router? Is there a fix?