Toastman, This had to have been one of the most difficult updates I have ever had. I flashed and reconfigured via the NVRAM method and PPPOe would reconnect and drop constantly. I had to flash and clear 4 times, I got a stable PPPOe connection only after I decided to do everything manually. Then I found that WDS would not come up. I had flashed and reset the remote router with the latest toastman build (Tomato Firmware v1.28.7631 -Toastman-VLAN-IPT-ND ND Std) just the other day and everything came back up the first time on the NVRAM reset/reboot on the remote router. Normally, I can flash I can just reset the NVRAM with the shortcut method and reboot and everything bounces back up. Not this time. So after the experience with getting PPPOe stable, I decided to do this one manually as well. To be honest I do not know how I got it reconnected. I changed so many settings over the last 3 hours that I lost track. It came back only AFTER I turned on ARP binding (which I have NEVER used on the WDS router IP before), but then it decided to stay connected and reconnect just fine when I turned ARP binding off to test if that was the source of the problem. Please note, the remote router configuration was never messed with except to turn all encryption off to try an establish just a basic link. I have no idea why it was such a bear this time. Once it DID connect, it has a stable 54/54 connection. The inbound IP graph does not work on my router as well. It just has a blank area where the graph should be and all the values on the chart are 0.00. It never worked any of the unstable PPPOe connects either. The other 2 graphs populate and show changes, but the bottom incoming one is dead. I think this one needs a BETA tag tossed on it big time.