I am guessing this has probably been discussed before, but in case it hasn't, what is the status of netflow (rflow) support in future versions of tomato. As far as I am concerned, this is the only feature missing from the already impressive product. When combined with ntop, netflow allows you to monitor all router traffic at very detailed levels (most importantly, on a per client basis). It looks like this could be achieved by using fprobe. fprobe, however, requires the presence of libpcap and libpthread (not included with the vanilla tomato firmware packages). I haven't really looked into building tomato firmware from source, but i'll investigate further in the next few days (as this looks like a relatively easy mod). If anyone has any info on this topic or if others have started similar mod projects, please let me know so i can at the very least read up on what the status is. If i can get fprobe to compile along side the rest of the firmware (as well as libpcap and libpthread), then essentially, netflow should work in tomato. I believe this is basically what dd-wrt and open-wrt do for netflow support (but i could be wrong). With netflow support in tomato, a whole new world of traffic monitoring options open up.