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Tomato and antenna power

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by Wirt, Mar 4, 2007.

  1. Wirt

    Wirt LI Guru Member

    Does Tomato firmware support the adjusting of antenna power? I can't find a full list of features anywhere...
  2. roadkill

    roadkill Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    advanced -> wireless -> transmit power
  3. der_Kief

    der_Kief Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    As roadkill already mentioned you can find the adjustment here

    Here you go:

    • Dynamic interactive GUI using Ajax (a programming technique that improves the way web pages are displayed and updated), SVG (scalable vector graphics that provide quality graphics within a browser) and CSS-based color schemes (allowing you to change the look and feel of the router configuration screens).
    • CLI (using BusyBox) with access via TELNET or SSH (using Dropbear)
    • DHCP server (using Dnsmasq) with dynamic and static DHCP leases
    • DNS forwarder (using Dnsmasq) with local hostnames, local domain names, and caching of internet addresses
    • Netfilter/iptables with customizable settings, IPP2P and l7-filter
    • Wake-on-LAN
    • Advanced QoS: 10 unique QoS classes defined, real-time pie graph display of prioritized traffic with drilldown into class details
    • Bandwidth graphing/statistics: real-time, last 5 hours, daily, monthly
    • Wireless modes: access point (AP), wireless client station (STA), wireless ethernet (WET) bridge, wireless distribution system (WDS aka wireless bridging), simultaneous AP and WDS (aka wireless repeating)
    • Dynamic DNS service with ezUpdate and services extended for more providers
    • Syslog viewable through the GUI (also downloadable)
    • SES button control
    • JFFS2
    • CIFS client
    • Adjustment of transmit power of wireless LAN, antenna selection, and 14 wireless channels
    • 'Boot wait' protection (increase the time slot for uploading firmware via the boot loader)
    • Advanced port forwarding, redirection, and triggering with UPnP page to view and delete UPnP forwarded port mappings
    • Advanced access restrictions
    • Init, Shutdown, Firewall, and WAN Up scripts
    • Uptime, load average, and free memory status
    • Reboot ability, although almost no configuration changes require a reboot
    • Wireless survey page to view other networks in your neighborhood
    • Known bugs in Broadcom-based Linksys firmware fixed

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