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Toastman "VPN-NOCAT" + VLAN firmware?

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by CDuv, Mar 30, 2013.

  1. CDuv

    CDuv LI Guru Member


    I'm switching from a Linksys WRT54G (running DD-WRT) to a Linksys WRT320N.
    Because of the DD-WRT v24 not supporting include RTSP Conntrack (ip_conntrack_rtsp & ip_nat_rtsp) which I need to watch TV streams RTSP-broadcasted by my xDSL ISP (named "Free", in France) I'm willing to test Tomato (I've been told it supports RTSP Conntrack) and see how it can perform :)

    Basically my "needs" are basic SoHo features:
    • Routing, NAT/PAT ;)
    • 802.11n (+802.11g) wireless AP
    • IPv6 (+IPv4)
    • DHCP, DNS/dnsmasq
    • VLAN
    • If possible: VPN, RADIUS, 802.1x, Wake on LAN, Hotspot with captive portal (splashd/NoCAT).
    By looking at Toastman's Versions.txt file, it seems the version I would need is the "VPN-NOCAT", but by looking at Toastman's "RT/1.28.7501.3 VLAN" directory I can't find any "K26-...-RT-VLAN-VPN-NOCAT" .trx file.

    There is a RT-VLAN-VPN-NOCAT indeed but it's a K26USB.

    If I'm not mistaken, the closest WRT320N-compatible firmware is:

    Is it because NOCAT can't be done on WRT320N?

    Thanks for reading
  2. lefty

    lefty Networkin' Nut Member

    You would still use that ^ one, even though the WRT320N is a non-USB router, it still has to use that build to get the nocat feature. And if you are going from stock, i am not to sure you can use that file for initial flashing (stock to tomato).
  3. CDuv

    CDuv LI Guru Member

    I can use K26USB on a non-USB router?

    Should I go from Linksys' stock firmware to K26USB standard first and then from K26USB standard to "K26USB-...-RT-VLAN-VPN-NOCAT"?

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