I recently purchased a WRT54GL and installed Tomato 1.07. I've done most of my basic configs already and its up and running fine. When I was looking for a router I read a review that had these notes in it : "Other Thoughts: The first thing I changed was the NAT table settings, increasing the table size from the default 512 to 4096, and dropping the NAT timeout from 3600 seconds to 90. In English this basically tells the router â€œstore heaps of connection details, but discard them pretty sharpish if you donâ€™t need them anymoreâ€, which is exactly the behaviour we want with Bittorrent and other P2P apps. The result? Bittorrent downloads are consistently 50-100kBps faster than Iâ€™ve ever had them, and web browsing is still possible with torrents running" Would you guys consider this to make sense and be true? and if so, what settings would I change to to accomplish this since I don't see settings with these names in current tomato firmware. The reviewer mentioned both Tomato and DDWRT so I don't know which he was using for this. Thanks in advance.