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Tomato 1.25 (standard ver) is it stable?

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by philtrim, Jul 27, 2009.

  1. philtrim

    philtrim Addicted to LI Member

    What seems to be the consensus on the 1.25 (stnd version) as far as stability?

    Seems I have read some posts/threads where some users are having issues with this version. I was getting ready to deploy a WRT54GL with Tomato for a small (15) node network and wasn't sure if I should use 1.25, or just install a previous version, like 1.23?

    Wireless will not be used at the onset of this implementation, but perhaps will be turned on at a later date as needed.

    :rolleyes:

    Thanks.
     
  2. bleagh

    bleagh Network Guru Member

    Good question!
    While there are always people that have problems reguardless of version,
    it does seem that there are more than the usual having problems with v1.25.

    Because of this I have stayed with v1.23.

    But usually when there are real problems, a new version follows shortly with
    the fixes. But this hasn't happened with v1.25. So does that mean it is stable?

    Maybe the increasing number of people with problems is just due to the increasing
    popularity of Tomato? And the percentage of these problems are still quite small?
     
  3. pharma

    pharma Network Guru Member

    Yes, the official version 1.25 has been quite stable for me. I currently have over 40 days uptime running it in WDS mode with WPA/WPA2 encryption. :)

    Pharma
     
  4. jan.n

    jan.n Addicted to LI Member

    Same here, 1.25 is stable since I installed it 22 days ago. No reboots since.
     
  5. rizsher

    rizsher Network Guru Member

    I've been using victek's 1.23:

    Tomato Firmware v1.23.8515 .5 RAF ND
    Copyright (C) 2006-2008 Jonathan Zarate
    http://www.polarcloud.com/tomato/
    Addons by Victek@gmail.com
    - CPU Info & Overclock | WAN Info | PFIFO | P2P Obfuscation

    on a WRT54G-TM overclocked to 225 MHz, and it has been rock solid for weeks and weeks, even under fairly heavy torrent usage.

    Riz
     

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