Hello everyone. I have recently just converted from DD-WRT v23 SP2 to Tomato 1.10 and it's pretty good. I have a few small problems/questions. 1) Problem: wireless speed is slower than DD-WRT, but wired got faster. DD-WRT v23 SP2: WAN: speedcheck.rogers.com: 6.65 Mbps/ 509 kbps speedtest.cogeco.com: 6.65 Mbps/ 507 kbps Wired to Wired: Transformers Movie - 900 MB Time: 2:08 (mm:ss) Speed: 7.031 MB/s (57.6 Mbps) Wireless to Wired: Transformers Movie - 900 MB Time: 6:06 (mm:ss) Speed: 2.459 MB/s (20.1 Mbps) Tomato v1.10: WAN: speedcheck.rogers.com: 6.78 Mbps/ 513 kbps speedtest.cogeco.com: 6.78 Mbps/ 504 kbps Wired to Wired: Transformers Movie - 900 MB Time: 1:41 (mm:ss) Speed: 8.911 MB/s (71.93 Mbps) Wireless to Wired: Transformers Movie - 900 MB Time: 6:17 (mm:ss) Speed: 2.387 MB/s (19.10 Mbps) The settings are attached. To me, they look identical in terms of settings. The wireless security is WPA2-AES using a random 20 character password. The only difference that I know between DD-WRT and Tomato is that Tomato uses Linksys's wireless drivers while DD-WRT uses something else. I know that the theoretical max for wireless is 27Mbps (1/2 of the 801.11g speed), but I am expecting something along the line of ~23-24Mbps (source) So I would like some suggestions as to why my wireless speed slowed down? 2) Question: how big can the bandwidth logs get if stored in the RAM? I am using the Automated FTP Back-up of Rstats and everything works perfectly fine. But let's say after using this method for 6 months, how big will the log files get? And how will that affect the free RAM? (I'll post screenshots of the backups when I get a chance).