This may not be the problem you think it is from the subject line. I'm using Tomato 1.07 on a Linksys WRTSL54GS. Whenever my cable service goes out for some reason, and is restored, I lose all WAN connectivity. My LAN connectivity remains intact. To regain WAN connectivity, I have to manually click the Renew button, in Tomato, under Status > Overview. I don't understand why this would be. When my WAN connectivity is dead, Tomato is still displaying my (correct) WAN IP address under Status > Overview, and it is also displaying the status as Connected. When I click Renew, the WAN comes back to life, but nothing changes in Tomato. I used DD-WRT for a long time, and whenever I lost and regained cable service, the WAN just worked. I never had to do a manual renew. My cable service has been awful lately (coming and going all the time), and it's a huge hassle to have the WAN dead until I get home, and manually "enable" it. Advice, please?