Hi. I've had this problem for some time now, hoping someone may know what to do. Running Toastman V. 1.28.7628 ND USB standard on an Asus WL520U, great combo until this. Well, still great but... I have Exactly the same problem as this fellow: http://tomatousb.org/forum/t-433246/vsftp-setup-file-setfile2nvram Guess I should have signed up there long ago instead of just lurking. Tried to respond to that posting but the forum states that "low karma members are not allowed to post links", I posted NO links, but... I'm trying to make persistent changes to the /etc/vsftpd.conf file and they are gone after reboot. I have also had the problem in the past with other files as well, either worked around it or wasn't as concerned with them. But this time I really do need the changes. I do understand the drill: nvram setfile2nvram /path/filename ; nvram commit ; reboot. Nvram reports 72% used, even with this file in there. The changes are obviously made as I can see after rebooting the changed file(s) in "nvram show" or a listing of nvram from the web GUI. But apparently some pointer, reference should give this file saved in NVRAM priority over the original? and is not. This is about a 6 month old installation and Toastman gives great directions (as always) in restoring nvram parameters in another thread, so I guess I could just nuke it and start over. But have some optware and just general apprehension, if someone has a magic bullet I would be grateful. Thanks.