Disclaimer: I don't have any conclusive evidence that the latest Tomato firmware has anything to do with the difficulty, but I have otherwise not changed any network or machine configurations other than upgrading to new Tomato firmware. It used to work with 1.15 or 1.17, I believe. Symptoms: I no longer have the ability to remote-desktop using the Windows computer name. I must use either the IP or host name (specified through static DHCP). My understanding is that RDP uses (DNS?) name resolution to find the machine. Setup: both the client and the server in this case are home PCs and have Vista w/ SP1 and in the same workgroup. The server has the following settings: Windows machine name: PC1 IP: 192.168.1.111 (specified in static DHCP) hostname: pc1.lan (specified static DHCP) I used to be able to connect to PC1, but now I have to use either the IP or the hostname. I am using the router as a DNS forwarder. Finally, I guess I can temporarily flash back to 1.15 to see whether it's Tomato or not. However, I'm less tempted to do so because of the available workaround. I'm posting this just to see if anybody happens to know what's going on.