Hello, I've compiled the latest tomato firmware based off arrmo's work. I thought it would be a nice christmas present for everyone This firmware is tested and seems to work ok. I added the latest dnsmasq 2.72 into this build since it looked like it had some important fixes and wasn't too much work to add it. It still has miniupnpnd 1.8. I looked into adding 1.9 but it was definitely too much work to add. I've tested pxe booting with this dnsmasq. Add this into dnsmasq custom configuration: Code: all-servers tftp-root=/tmp enable-tftp dhcp-boot=ipxe.0 dhcp-option=175,8:1:1 dhcp-option=vendor:PXEClient,6,2b pxe-prompt="Press F8 for boot menu",3 pxe-service=X86PC,"Boot from network",ipxe pxe-service=X86PC,"Boot from local hard disk",0 To create the ipxe.0 file, goto https://rom-o-matic.eu/ in your browser. Choose the undi only version. (You can go advanced if you want because then you can choose all-drivers which will use native driver and is faster) Then you need to scp the ipxe.0 file into the /tmp directory You can use scp on linux/mac or winscp on windows. Here are some download links: http://www.solidfiles.com/d/0802232652/tomato-K26USB-NVRAM64K-1.28.RTMIPSR2-WNDR-WNDR3400v2.chk http://d01.megashares.com/dl/4opEGBf/tomato-K26USB-NVRAM64K-1.28.RTMIPSR2-WNDR-WNDR3400v2.chk http://www.tusfiles.net/rfo6fbly9kxl http://sharesend.com/9qwblvdr The only thing I changed in the code was updating dnsmasq, so I've put the patch for 2.72 that adds tomato-specific code on my github. https://github.com/tech128/dnsmasq Known issues: Front panel leds don't work WPS button doesn't work Setting a 5ghz channel will turn the radio off. Turn it back to "Auto" and it turns back on again, which seems to be a fairly common issue with Tomato these days regardless of build or dual-band router.