Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by rhester72, Nov 19, 2008.
Superceded by the official release:
A new wireless driver with multi-SSID?
OK, maybe not that special. (It's not that I didn't try, mind you - but forward-porting Tomato to a later kernel is slightly more irritating and less enjoyable than a root canal during a medieval torture session while drowning. Upside-down. While drunk.)
Some folk may like that...
Its just that if you search for corerev you find on dd-wrt that
I didn't know where to start to find the wireless driver in for example "WGR614L MyOpenRouter Independent Firmware Build 220.127.116.11" which seems to be running a similar kernel rev to tomato.
It's on WRT160N v1 source code running also 2.4.20 kernel, wireless driver broadcom-wl-18.104.22.168.16, but the existing drivers support multiple BSSID already
nvram get wl0_corerev = 9
Vic, will your Tomato 1.22 mod be running on the newer Linux kernel?
2.4.20 is already the stock kernel for Tomato.
An ajax gui for firewall configuration (add/update/remove rules, move order, that kind of stuff)? that would make Tomato extremely unique.
Now you got everybody guessing :biggrin:
Erm...guys, it was Vegas.