Hi everyone, I have a Netgear WNR3500 v2. Note that this is a non -L version, meaning... whatever it means (less RAM/flash/memory whatsoever as I understand it) I am actually running Toastman's firmware Tiny version on this router. I was previously using the old and out of date Tomato USB from tomatousb.org , but when I found the different mods I decided to try them I am specifically looking for a mod supporting IPv6: My ISP recently activated it, and I want to use it! So far I have tried Toastman's Mini-IPv6 version, but it is too big to fit in my router's MTD... And in fact, this is the same problem I have with every IPv6-enabled Tomato mod I've tried! The maximum firmware size on my router seems to be around 3400 Kbytes. I am running Toastman's Tiny version because the Mini version bricked my router, and the Mini-IPV6 (3720 kB) is too big for my router. Shibby's firmware, Mini-IPv6 version weighting 3616 kBytes, is also too big. I tried Victek's RAF firmware version 1.28.9006, weighting 3516 kBytes: I was unable to flash it from another Tomato (file too big for MTD), but I was able to successfully flash it from DD-WRT... Well I saw this version doesn't support IPv6, but I found it strange to be able to flash it from DD-WRT and not from Tomato... (What's the real size of my router's MTD in the end??) If anyone has an idea for me, I'm listening In times of Giga and Tera bytes, I'm frustrated to be unable to use IPv6 just because my router's memory is a few Kilo bytes too small Thanks!