Hello, I have recently started to have problems with our oldest WRT54GL router. (We have three of them) As luck would have it, this is the one we are using as our MAIN router. The other two are used as bridges. The problem with 54GL #1 is that it keeps having intermittent issues with the WIFI portion going dead and not being able to connect to the internet even though all of our laptops and wireless devices are able to connect to the router just fine, and all devices connected to the ports on the back can get out just fine at this same time. For some reason, devices trying to get out via WIFI are not getting out to the WAN even though they can connect to the router with no problem. Anyway, after reflashing Tomato 1.27 onto the unit, and restoring a saved config, even hard resetting it in between, the router continues to suffer from this odd problem, so out of desperation, I grabbed one of our other 54GLs that are being used as ethernet bridges and planned to install this one as our MAIN router until a new 54GL we ordered today arrived. Here is the problem... When I attempted to upload the saved config file from 54GL #1 to 54GL #2 I got a message on the browser screen from Tomato saying that I could not restore this config file to a different router. :frown: All this time I have assumed that in the event of something like this happening, I could just swap out one of the other 54GLs and upload the config file used for our main router to the backup router, thus being able to use it as our main router until a permanent replacement was installed. So... Why can't I restore a config from one 54GL to another identical unit? The configuration of our main router is very involved and has over a dozen devices specified with MAC addresses and such for static IPs, a bunch of port forwarding settings etc. etc. etc. Basically LOTS of stuff to configure by hand! I shudder at the thought of having to MANUALLY configure the new 54GL when it arrives tomorrow. Does anyone have any idea why I can't do what I am attempting to do here? It seems like a no brainer kind of feature to be able to move a config from a dying router to an indentical replacement, since we all know, as much as we all love our 54Gs, they don't last forever. Any advice or suggestions would be GREATLY appreciated! The new 54GL arrives tomorrow (03/04/10) and I really don't want to have to configure the new one manually. It could take me literally HOURS to get everything entered into the new unit if I can't simply restore to it using my saved config from 54GL #1. Thanks in advance! P.S. I emailed Jon earlier today with an urgent plea for help, but he has not responded and I am running out of time. Cheers. Rick.