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Init Script not working

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by Ati, Dec 4, 2006.

  1. Ati

    Ati Network Guru Member

    I'm using the newest Tomato Version 1.00.0905 on a WRT54GS 1.0 and generally am quite fond of it with one exception.

    I've got the following under Administration -> Scripts -> Init

    ip addr add dev vlan1 brd +

    so that I can get some line stats from my dsl modem. This does not work since the last two firmware revisions. DD-WRT and 0.7 Ver of Tomato didn't have any problem with this.

    Current workaround is to logon to the router via telnet/ssh and enter the appropiate line manually everytime a connection is being initiated.

    Would be very grateful if this can be fixed. It's the only thing that keeps me from using tomato full-time. Have to get back to dd-wrt because of this.

    Thanks for any help!
  2. Ati

    Ati Network Guru Member


    In addition i have another problem. My DSL Connection randomly disconnects afer a few hours. My DSL line is fine. I do not have this problem with dd-wrt.

    My WRT54GS is connected to a thomson speedtouch 536i DSL modem.

    My ISP ist T-Com (Germany). Any insights? Anything that i might provide in order to solve this?

    Thanks in advance!
  3. grcore

    grcore Network Guru Member

    You will need to add this to the POSTROUTING chain also...

    iptables -I POSTROUTING -t nat -o vlan1 -d -j MASQUERADE

  4. tofu

    tofu Network Guru Member

    Also, the startup script is started ahead of most things - including networking stuff. This is probably a different behavior than DD-WRT or HyperWRT. Try the firewall script, or add a "sleep 5" before anything else.
  5. Ati

    Ati Network Guru Member

    I put that in the firewall section, sorry that i didn' mention that.

    Thanks! The sleep command did the trick! :)
  6. canis

    canis Network Guru Member

    @ Ati: Your Thomson is a real Router, but forget the web interface.
    The CLI- Commands are powerfull enough to beat any WRT Firmware.
  7. feynman

    feynman Network Guru Member

    Hi! Try to disable the DHCP server on your Thomson 536i. I had problems using my WRT54G v2.2 with Tomato 1.07 and a Thomson 516v6 (PPPoE random disconnects). After disabling DHCP on the 516v6, which was configured as bridge, everything seems to be ok.
    I guess that enabling the option Advanced Settings - DHCP/DNS - Reduce Packet Size
    in Tomato may also work.

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