Summary: How do I enable AND start remote web management via SSH without reboot? And then subsequently disable and stop it when I'm done? I love Tomato. I run the SSH client on port 22 without IP restrictions, as I only use publickey authentication in order to access the device. Turning on IP authentication is good too, but I found it annoying that I couldn't specify a list of IP addresses, such as 10.10.10.0/23 AND 10.20.30.40 and 10.20.40.0/24, so that I could add more later. I'd like to know how I could do the following: SSH enabled, HTTP management disabled SSH to Tomato Router, issue "nvram set remote_management=1; nvram commit" Somehow enable the remote management without rebooting the router Sometimes I want to access the web interface, but just to open it for a bit, for security reasons. I do not think triggered port forwarding will work in this case; though I'd be cool to telnet to 3 different external ports from my IP, which would then, after that combination in the right order in a short amount of time, would enable HTTPS management of Tomato for a short time, same as a triggered port forwarding might. Everything in /sbin/ seems symlinked to "rc" or "busybox" so I'm sure the answer lies in one of those symlinks, but I'm currently remote and don't want to crash my router. Sure, I can reboot after the nvram command, but I'm sure there is an easy command to issue to start it up. This is Linux, c'mon! A feature request is to be able to open SSH up to everyone, but the web only to a list of IPs. PS -- heh, right now, I've got an SSH tunnel from my mac to my personal hosted server, then to port 8080 on Tomato, as my personal server is the only IP whitelisted. Gah. Security is fine, but kind of annoying. It'd be fine if I could restrict 8080 to certain IPs, but I want SSH open to all IPs.