Hi all; I have an old Linksys WRT54GL that still works fine for my house. We are highly-connected (various computers, laptops, smartphones, TiVo, Wii, wireless printer, etc.) but there are only 4 of us. I was using standard Tomato, but recently my access to work (I just use a VPN running ssh sessions, mostly) has been really choppy. I need the per-IP bandwidth monitoring feature to figure out who's scamming my bandwidth (turns out to be my daughter with P2P). I installed tomato-WRT54G_WRT54GL-1.28.0025Teaman-PPTPD-Std.bin but I'm wondering if I shouldn't go for something newer. The Teaman build is giving me errors trying to store cstats on a CIFS partition for one thing (rstats to that same CIFS works fine so it's not a CIFS problem). Is there any advantage/disadvantage to using the K26 MIPSR1 vs. the K24 MIPSR1? I looked at Shibby but I couldn't locate the oft-referenced "builds.png" to understand the differences between the builds (for example I saw a link http://tomato.groov.pl/K26/builds.png but that doesn't exist; ditto for other links I found). Also the Help->Images Naming page has not been translated (http://tomato.groov.pl/?page_id=91). For the latest build (104) there's a K24/build5x-104-EN, but the files in it appear to be only PL files, no EN files? I'm not sure exactly what the different K26/build5x-104-EN MIPSR1 builds contain. I don't need anything fancy: no IPv6, no VPN, no USB. I looked at Toastman but the MIPSR1 builds, both K24 and K26, seem to be older the folder is marked "experimental". What do those "in the know" recommend as a good mod for an older, basic router like mine? Second I spent a number of hours today reading about QoS. It was very interesting, but my needs are so much simpler than Toastman's. As above, the problem on my network is my daughter's UPLOAD of P2P is grabbing all my upload bandwidth and making my VPN usage very bursty, which is a real pain for editing/CLI usage. Everyone else seems satisfied with no traffic shaping; downloads don't seem to be an issue. I tried to introduce some generic, more comprehensive QoS this week but my son's online gaming got choppy so I turned it off again. Rather than spending a week or two on trial and error and tweaking, I'd like to back up and implement something simple and targeted (at least at first) just to address the upload problem. It seems that this might not be simple because P2P doesn't use a known set of ports. At the same time I can't easily enumerate all the "other", non-P2P ports we use (I have no idea what ports my son's games use for example) so leaving P2P as the default classification as Toastman suggests is a problem. Maybe I can apply the QoS only to packets from my daughter's laptop IP address? I can set the default classification to "use anything", then apply shaping rules all with a SADDR of that laptop so they don't affect anyone else. Thoughts?