I am running two of these routers in my home. A couple of weeks ago I loaded Tomato v1.23 on a third (backup) router and ran it connected to my gateway router (running Thibor 15c) for a while, just to give me a chance to play with the interface. It seemed to work okay, so I set it up to replace my gateway router, and everything has been fine. I was even able to change the theme on this router, which gave me a chance to play with user scripts. A few weeks ago, I loaded the same version of Tomato on my remote ap router, cleared NVRAM completely (which I did with the gateway router as well), and set it up to run connected via AP+WDS. This is working fine, and I have two laptops connected wirelessly and a third computer connected via RJ45 thru the remote ap to my gateway router, and all have internet access. My issues are peripheral but they are puzzling, nonetheless: 1) The time on the remote ap will not set itself. I have it set up exactly the way the gateway is set up, which is updating fine: time zone set properly, update hourly, and using the default NTP time servers (I also tried using the US servers setting). 2) I tried to set up an alternate theme, the way I did with my gateway router, but I could not get it to work. After a little investigation, I found that none of the scripts (Init, Shutdown, Firewall, or WAN Up) will run! I put dummy "logger" commands in each script just to see if and when they are running but could not find corresponding entries in the log file. The scheduled scripts are not working, either, but I'm guessing that this is because the time has not been set. Could both of these problems be related to the same thing, like a daemon that did not start properly? Is anyone running a similar configuration? Any ideas? BTW, I have a CIFS drives set up that connects to a server computer connected to my gateway computer and that is working fine. I also have a 1MB JFFS2 drive set up in NVRAM. Attached is a clean log file starting with a fresh reboot. Note that each of the scripts has something like this in it: logger starting Init script... logger Init script completed. and there is nothing in the log file for any of them.