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Official Tomato v1.07.1039 Released

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by Talon88, May 21, 2007.

  1. Talon88

    Talon88 LI Guru Member

    :::

    Tomato v1.07 released:

    Version 1.07 Change Log

    • Added source address restriction for basic forwarding, DMZ and remote web/ssh admin. The IP address format for all are the same: "1.1.1.1", "1.1.1.0/24", "1.1.1.0/255.255.255.0" or "1.1.1.1-2.2.2.2". Note: This required some changes to Basic Forwarding's nvram format.
    • Bandwidth graph changes: Selectable 24/18/12/6/4 hours, total downloaded/uploaded during the period is now shown, time is now shown on clicked spot and at the bottom, refresh time is now automatically calculated, etc. As usual, please backup your data if needed before upgrading.
    • Added Motorola WR850G/GP support. Please see the warning in the readme before using.
    • Added Buffalo WHR2-G54 support.
    • Added support for wl_distance from OpenWRT. Pretty much untested at this point...
    • L7 patterns updated to 2007-05-09 version.
    • Dnsmasq upgraded to 2.39.
    • Removed Logout option for IE7. No suitable work-around was found for BA.
    • Fixed wl0_* may not get reset to the same value as wl_* in some cases.
    Download here:
    http://www.polarcloud.com/tomato

    Thanks Jon for the new release..!

    :::
     
  2. snwbdr

    snwbdr Network Guru Member

    Now there is an alternative way to upgrade Tomato

    "Upgrading Tomato to a new version

    * Open Tomato's GUI in your browser.
    * Click Administration, then Upgrade.
    * Select any of the firmware files.
    * Click the Upgrade button.
    * Wait for about 2 minutes while the firmware is uploaded & flashed.

    Alternate way: Pour 4.1 oz of Tomato Ketchup on the router and wait overnight while magical fairies eat the ketchup and flash your router with the latest Tomato firmware as a reward. Warning: Do not use Banana Ketchup -- that would be just silly."

    I can't wait until the morning!
     
  3. dolly_oops

    dolly_oops Network Guru Member

    Bandwidth graph changes: Selectable 24/18/12/6/4 hours

    I specifically asked Jon for this (a 24 hour graph), and instead, he does something much more flexible than this. Thanks Jon! :D
     
  4. Talon88

    Talon88 LI Guru Member

    • Bandwidth graph changes: Selectable 24/18/12/6/4 hours, total downloaded/uploaded during the period is now shown, time is now shown on clicked spot and at the bottom, refresh time is now automatically calculated, etc.

    [​IMG]
     
  5. Talon88

    Talon88 LI Guru Member

    • Added source address restriction for basic forwarding, DMZ and remote web/ssh admin.

    [​IMG]
     
  6. Odin-60

    Odin-60 LI Guru Member

    <bug report deleted>

    This was false alarm; I just experienced some kind of undocumented
    behavior under my testing circumstances. Many thanks to Jon for
    dealing with my complaint!
     
  7. der_Kief

    der_Kief Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    Hi,

    as always: updated without any problems. Everything seems to work like expected :biggrin:

    THX to Jon for the new release :thumbup:

    der_Kief
     
  8. GhaladReam

    GhaladReam Network Guru Member

    As usual, upgrade went without a hitch. 1.07 is running great. Thanks Jon!

    P.S. I'm REALLY liking the Source Address restriction thing. I was actually wondering for a while if this was possible. WIll be testing out this feature shortly!
     
  9. TexasFlood

    TexasFlood Network Guru Member

    My WRT54G upgraded without a hitch. My WR850G units reported the firmware had an "invalid header" or some such and refused to upgrade. I assume this is due to my having loaded the WRT54G version of the Tomato firmware on it earlier. I backed up the configs and loaded a copy of the Motorola firmware with the header stripped with a hex editor. Of course I reset to factory defaults before and after. Then I loaded Tomato 1.07 from the Motorola 6.14 firmware as recommended in the readme. Then I restored the backed up configs and everything seems fine now.
     
  10. damko

    damko Network Guru Member

    Upgraded to 1.07. Smooth as always. Up & running.

    Thanks Jon for this perfect piece of software!!!
     
  11. MiseryQ

    MiseryQ Network Guru Member

    Thanks! Upgrade went perfect.
     
  12. nsumner

    nsumner LI Guru Member

    Wow, I had begged Jon for the ability to allow only certain IPs for port forwarding. I am definitely very thankful for this wonderful feature addition.
     
  13. Thrasher

    Thrasher Network Guru Member

    Now if only we could have SNMP inTomato :)
     
  14. njeske

    njeske Network Guru Member

    got both of mine upgraded. working great. thanks Jon!!
     
  15. bokh

    bokh Network Guru Member

    In fact "we" sort of already have! Look for my HOWTO in this forum. :biggrin:
     
  16. MadPriest

    MadPriest LI Guru Member

    Just upgraded thru wireless from 1.07.
    Up & running

    the only thing i'd like to ask for - is it possible to add Israel Time Zone?

    thanks for your work
     
  17. purephase

    purephase Network Guru Member

    Excellent work. Upgrade went smoothly. The SRC address addition is great.
     
  18. mikester

    mikester Network Guru Member

    Problem with bwm-realtime.asp?

    Anybody finding the graph data in bwm-realtime.asp disappearing after viewing different web pages?

    On the older v1.05 the data was saved when navigating through different pages. On v1.07 the graph starts up blank every time I click "Real-Time" on the menu.
     
  19. SgtPepperKSU

    SgtPepperKSU Network Guru Member

    Yah, I'm seeing that as well. Even before v1.07, the "Real-Time" (2 second interval) wasn't saved if you navigated away (even other tomato pages). It just used the "Last 24 Hours" data (2 minute interval) on the "Real-Time" page and started collecting the 2 sec. data while you were watching. In v1.07, however, it seems that it isn't using the 2 min. data to seed the "Real-Time" page. I definitely liked it the other way better. Maybe that could be put back in the next version?
     
  20. cityismine

    cityismine LI Guru Member

    Just curious, do the lights on the front panel of the motorola units work with this firmware? The reason I'm asking is, I tried 1.06 on my wr850gp, and the front panel lights didn't work properly, so I went back to dd-wrt.
     
  21. Odin-60

    Odin-60 LI Guru Member

    This seed data was presented as "real time", even though
    it wasn't. I always found that confusing. The new behavior
    is more correct, IMO.

    Btw, when a new browser window or tab is opened, the
    real-time bandwidth display will continue in its window
    without interruption. Thus, it is easily possible to monitor
    the bandwidth usage while browsing other web pages.
     
  22. SgtPepperKSU

    SgtPepperKSU Network Guru Member

    Perhaps the course seed data could be displayed in a washed-out color shade, with the actual fine resolution data showing up in the normal color. That way, the "Real-Time" graph won't be blank when you open it, and the course data won't be confused with the new data. How's that sound?
     
  23. luke-san

    luke-san LI Guru Member

    Just upgraded my WRT54GS

    no problems and nice new features
     
  24. GeeTek

    GeeTek Guest

    Like chicken frying !
     
  25. devilkin

    devilkin LI Guru Member

  26. feppa

    feppa Guest

    Trouble upgrading from Linksys WRT54GL orginal firmware. I can surf the web but can't access webinterface (admin). Any ideas?
     
  27. h3xis

    h3xis LI Guru Member

    Try a reset?
     
  28. cityismine

    cityismine LI Guru Member

    I just put it on my motorola wr850gp. The lights on the front panel do work with 1.07, with 1.06 they'd just blink randomly. This is great news, the motorola units are also being supported by tomato now.
     
  29. der_Kief

    der_Kief Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    don't forget to vote :biggrin:
    POLL

    THX
     
  30. Edhel

    Edhel LI Guru Member

    Upgraded to 1.07 though my PPoE connection dropped continuously. Erasing data in the NVRAM memory seems to have fixed it though.
     
  31. bobl

    bobl LI Guru Member

    Updated my WRT54GL 1.1 to 1.07, and everything works as usual - perfect. :)
     
  32. Misato

    Misato LI Guru Member


    I don't have any PPPoE issues. I was connected (PPPoE-wise) 30 days with 1.06 before upgrading to 1.07. You might want to try swapping your modem especially if it is a Speedstream.
     
  33. digitalgeek

    digitalgeek Network Guru Member

    Tomato Rocks!

    I have been running 1.07 now for 4 days, 11:55:23 with out any trouble... my WDS misbehaved a little but I changed the encryption to WPA-AES and it has been solid now ever since. keep up the good work Jon! :thumbup:
     
  34. GeeTek

    GeeTek Guest

    Smoooootthhh !! Alright Jon, you did it. The ACK timing seems to be working real good. I have it only at one end of a long link, but the link is better, and has a wider distance bandwidth and a smoother and faster internet link as compared to DD-Wrt which is still at the other end with it's ACK adjusted for the distance. I need to run some loop testing with Tomato 1.oh seven at each end. Should be very interesting.

    Here is a screenie of 2 HP's WDS close range. I'll get some loop numbers for a 4 mile hop. This looks much better than most commercial wi-fi gear. The numbers are very consistent and 29 - 30 Mbps.
     

    Attached Files:

  35. ceevee

    ceevee LI Guru Member

    Just wanted to say I really like the firmware. Works great! Thanks alot for making a small, but powerful firmware for my WRT54GS 2.1
     
  36. Rider_37

    Rider_37 LI Guru Member

    Installed it yesterday on a Linksys WRT54GL and I'm also quite impressed and happy. Before that, I had Thibor running, was fine too, but tomato is just "wow!"

    BTW: Is there any reason why I should switch off the LED? That seems to be the default.
     
  37. StevenG

    StevenG LI Guru Member

    I forget, when upgrading from one version of tomato to another, can you just flush, or should you clear nvram and start from scratch?

    Thanks
     
  38. Talon88

    Talon88 LI Guru Member

    :::

    From Tomato 1.06 to 1.07, you just need to update
    at Tomato WEB GUI. Settings are updated without problem.

    :::


     
  39. StevenG

    StevenG LI Guru Member

    Thanks. I just did it without a problem.

    I've read that you can't set the Lease duration in Tomato though. Is that correct? I use Verizon Fios, and it renews every 2 hrs with Tomato. I'd like to extend it a bit if I could.

    Thanks
     
  40. dopee

    dopee LI Guru Member

    hello,
    i got a little feature request:
    Would it be possible to show the hostnames from the "Static DHCP" list at the "Wireless Client Filter" interface?
    anyway, great firmware!
    dopee
     
  41. Talon88

    Talon88 LI Guru Member

    :::

    I hope the "Wireless Client Filter by MAC" can
    became "MAC Address Filter" So, LAN can also be
    Filter if needed....!

    :::
     
  42. dopee

    dopee LI Guru Member

    dito!
     
  43. ntest7

    ntest7 Network Guru Member

    Tomato allows you to adjust the lease time for PCs on your local network, but the internet IP lease is controlled by your ISP.

    If you actually have a static IP that's assigned by DHCP, change your WAN/Internet type to "static" and enter the info there.
     
  44. StevenG

    StevenG LI Guru Member

    Thanks. I could have sworn the Verizon supplied router leased for longer than 2 hrs though, which is what Tomato is set to. No big deal, it would just be nice to extend it a bit.
     
  45. clawhammer

    clawhammer LI Guru Member

  46. GeeTek

    GeeTek Guest

    Where in Tomato do you see this 2 hour time period for the WAN IP ? DHCP lease times are a function of a DHCP server, not a client. A client can renew the lease anytime it wants to, but it is the server that expires and re-leases the addresses on the time frame it is set for. That is what the DHCP lease time on the basic page does. It allows you to set the lease time of the Tomato DHCP server for the addresses to the clients that it services.
     
  47. nibbs

    nibbs LI Guru Member

    Hi there,

    using a WRT54GLv1.1 which I just bought with Tomato 1.07. Works like a charm. Kudos!
     
  48. Journey_man

    Journey_man LI Guru Member

    Some small brickbats in paradise...

    Hi, I'm a recent convert to Tomato and enjoyed the ease and stability of V1.06. My only problem is that my router is randomly rebooting. However that is the subject of another thread.

    So I was excited to try V1.07 - hopefully it would cure the rebooting (alas not) and I was excited to try the new features. The upgrade went smoothly and everything appeared ok for a while.

    However there were some problems with the WiFi side of things (I'm using a cable so I didn't notice...).

    1. The Windows users were getting disconnects/reconnects every 5 minutes or so while the mac uses were getting their airports shutting down with a messages about the router being compromised. I immediately suspected the upgrade as opposed to a hacker - there weren't any foreign entries in the device list so I dismissed the hacker theory. I considered doing a factory reset but decided to change the (WPA Personal) password first. I did and this fixed the problem.

    2. I have been experimenting with WDS (which worked well with V1.06) and wanted to see how 1.07 worked with this. Both routers are WRT54G's V2. The second router is still running V1.06. I started up the second router (not forgetting to change the WiFi pw) and everything worked well for a while. After about 30 minutes my WiFi was disconnected as were the other users in the house. The router was still present in the Wireless list but it was no longer showing up as WPA. Also when you tried to connect the pc's were asking for WEP length passwords. Strange. One of the users needed the system back urgently so I powered off the second router and had to reboot the first. All was ok then. Unfortunately I haven't had the chance to play with the WDS again as I don't want to risk disconnecting my users again.

    Some feed back. If anyone knows why WDS screwed up WPA I'd appreciate knowing how to fix it.

    Thanks
     
  49. digitalgeek

    digitalgeek Network Guru Member

    Tomato is very good at WDS, and it is quite simple to setup...

    have said that I was experiencing a few little quirks so I cleared NVRAM and reconifged from scratch (did not restore from a backup) and all the little quirks went away... my only problem know is I have a speedtouch 516v6 that keeps losing DSL sync...
     
  50. ceevee

    ceevee LI Guru Member

    Whenever I update to a firmware, I:

    1. Hold reset button for 30 sec - 1 min (not sure how long it takes).
    2. Load new firmware.
    3. Clear NVRAM.
    4. Hold reset button for 30 sec - 1 min.

    Then I configure the settings. I never restore from a backup config file. All to make sure no quirky problems arise.
     
  51. digitalgeek

    digitalgeek Network Guru Member


    Clear NVRAM
    Load Firmware
    Clear NVRAM

    usually works for me, until recently I was able to upgrade with out having to re-config... but after the last couple upgrades the were running a bit unstable. I would probably recommend clear before and after upgrade now, to avoid any crazy weird behaviour.
     
  52. MiskyWhixer

    MiskyWhixer LI Guru Member

    You can already filter LAN MAC Addresses in the 'Access Restrictions'.

    ---
    Applies To: All Exept..
    .... MAC List ...
    Blocked Resources: [x] Block All Internet Access
    ---

    Or would you like to filter all LAN access?
     
  53. tjhacker87

    tjhacker87 Guest

    does anyone have any info on when and if tomato firmware will work on the WRT54Gv8
     
  54. digitalgeek

    digitalgeek Network Guru Member

    You want to follow the Tomato Micro thread...
     
  55. rightnow10

    rightnow10 LI Guru Member

    I flashed my WRT54Gv4 (non-s/l) to Tomato 1.07 last night. However, there is no bandwidth graph and the kitty icon on the top. In QOS, there ware too picture/flash objects on the right but they are no displayed. What are the problems and how to solve them, guys?
    Thank you!:cool:
     
  56. dvaskelis

    dvaskelis Network Guru Member

    Read the Tomato FAQ.

     
  57. rightnow10

    rightnow10 LI Guru Member

    Thanks, guy. I tried Firefox and it became a quite nice tomato :thumbup:
     
  58. pharma

    pharma Network Guru Member

    This thread needs to be renamed to include "Official Tomato v1.07.1039 Released" and the Sticky needs to be permanently placed so that it's always at the top of the page. I think new people are starting to confuse the "Official version" and the "Roadkill mod", and download the wrong one.

    Pharma
     
  59. der_Kief

    der_Kief Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    OK, thread is renamed but i dont know how to permanently place it on the top. I didnt found any options to do this. Maybe Toxic must do it.

    der_Kief
     
  60. fosk

    fosk LI Guru Member

    when would be schedules next tomato relase? 1.07 works really fine, but i'm curious if this firmware will be supported in future. ty.
     
  61. ernst.conradie

    ernst.conradie LI Guru Member

    Testing Tomato with 3 WRT54GL v1.1s

    Hi,
    I will be trying to setup a network with 3 units to cover a wider area.

    Where can I download the Tomato Firmware to allow that the units can talk to each other and transfer data from the modem to all the other rooters.

    I will have notebooks with built in cards and desktops with WMP54G cards connecting from any of the rooters.

    One rooter will be connected to the wireless internet modem via PPPoe.

    This is all new to me and I hope that Tomato will become the standard for this type of configuration.

    I have dd-wrt.v23_wrt54g but it looks to complicated for e newbee like me!!!!!

    I hope someone has done this with success.

    Regards

    Ernst
     
  62. lyme

    lyme LI Guru Member

    I have a linksys wrt54gs v4 that I changed the firmware to tomato 1.07, almost everything runs great however:
    -If you limit administration to HTTPS, you are presented with a invalid security certificate.
    -If you have a webserver on the lan, that is setup to have the ports forwarded to it via the router, and you use https. Tomato will forward the web addresses to the router instead of to the webserver.
     
  63. GeeTek

    GeeTek Guest

    You can get Tomato here ; http://www.polarcloud.com/tomato

    It will work fine on 3 rooters to make them all network together. I have 5 networked together in one office.
     
  64. GeeTek

    GeeTek Guest

    That does not happen with Internet Explorer, only in Firefuks if you do not program it properly.
    I have a web server behind 2 Tomato routers, doing double nat. The server is http and https. I forwarded ports 80 and 443 through both routers to the LAN ip of the server and it works fine in secure and non-secure modes. It is an e-commerce server and is making money on the WWW. Is that the type of config you are talking about ?
     
  65. lyme

    lyme LI Guru Member

    I had the same issue with the newest version of IE as well as Firefox, although IE did let me disregard the certificate.

    I have a Windows Home Server machine that configured the port forwarding through upnp. The http requests would resolve to the machine fine, however the https ones would bounce back to the router administration web page.
     
  66. lyme

    lyme LI Guru Member

    Hmm, I seem to have nailed down the problem. If I used upnp to setup the forwarding, it doesn't work. If I set them up in the basic forwarding screen, it does.

    As both the router and my whs have certificates, that was causing the issue for my browsers.
     

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