Hello, I have tomato 1.25 Victek (non-ND) on a wrt54gv2 router set up as the main router connected to our cable modem. We have another wr850g router with tomato 1.22 Victek set up as a wireless AP/switch. We have multiple winxp computers on our home network that have been sharing files/folders between each other over these 2 routers for years. Recently, I bought a brand new LG 42" HDTV (model 42lh50), which has an ethernet jack in the back and can use CIFS to stream media (movies, pictures, mp3s, etc.) from the home network. But, when I connect the tv to either of the two routers, it does not see any of the computers on the network. This feature works great when I use another wrt54g v2 with stock linksys firmware. I connected the tv to that router along with one of our computers, and the tv could see the computer and all the folders it was sharing. Streaming movies worked great. I also have a dd-wrt router, which I could not get working for awhile until I disabled the SPI firewall as indicated in the following post: http://www.dd-wrt.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?p=362080&sid=4a0d3182640f78a36e62d99f5f167828 I have yet to get the tv to see any computers when connected to either of my tomato routers. I figured tomato must be running a similar (or the same) firewall, but I cannot find a way to disable it. I really want to use tomato as it has better performance than dd-wrt, but I am stumped on how to make this work. Any ideas?