Hello, first time user for Tomato. The good news, I have successfully downloaded & installed tomato 1.28 and started configuring it on a new WRT54GL. I am somewhat technical, setting up multiple routers (2 wired, 1 wireless) in my home that all bridge through my current trendnet TEW-633GR router. My reason for getting tomato is to do bandwidth monitoring. I have > 10 devices in my house (3x win7, 2x macbook pro, 2 ipads, 2 ipods, 1 iphone, 1 xbox, 1 wii, 1 old network printer). My ISP recently told me they are going to bandwidth charging in January and I want to get a handle on how much each device is actually using) My confusion lies on trying to map my previous setttings to the new settings. 1. I have a static IP from my ISP. In my previous router, I have a local IP and a internet IP. In tomato, I only have a single LAN IP. I'm afraid if I put my static IP in that field, I won't be able to access the router on my local subnet 192.168.1.1, but I don't see where to put the static IP the ISP gave me. 2. Likewise with subnet/DNS -> I have specific values my ISP gave me but these seem to conflict (eg, my subnet mask is 255.255.255.192 which tomato doens't like) 3. Vanilla tomato or ?? I didn't realize all the custom distributions people have made. I'm particularly interested in the tomato-teaman-ND release that has a lot of cool bandwith tracking. I'm assuming that I should just start with that one before trying to get vanilla going? Thanks in advance & thanks for your patience.