Tomato Forum reorganization

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by gawd0wns, Mar 7, 2009.

  1. gawd0wns

    gawd0wns Network Guru Member

    A suggestion:
    Could a few sub-folders be created within the Tomato Forum?

    I was thinkining
    LinksysInfo - Community Forums for Linksys Devices > Firmware Projects for Linksys Devices > Tomato Firmware > Mods
    > OpenVPN
    > ND_USB
    > Other
    (In case it is not displaying correctly; a Mods folder with 3 subfolders: OpenVPN, ND_USB, Other)
    Or just a "Mods" folder. I personally find browsing through some of the posts, like "VPN build with Web GUI", impossible because it has become so large.

  2. SgtPepperKSU

    SgtPepperKSU Network Guru Member

    This is the reason why I am in the process of setting up a blog for my build, to post the nuggets of useful information for people so they don't have to dig through that thread.

    I do agree though that it would be nice to have a mods sub-forum, though I don't know that it's necessary to single any of them out to get their own sub-sub-forum.

    Good idea. I could how it is now being confusing for new visitors.
  3. occamsrazor

    occamsrazor Network Guru Member

    I agree on the need for reorganisation... the main mod threads - Victek, SgtPepper's mod, Roadkill's mod, have become way, way too cumbersome.
    I'm not sure how best to structure it - OpenVPN mods should surely be a sub-forum and I'd include both mods in that, because most of the issues are VPN related and the problems are similar.

    SgtPepper - do let us know when you have your blog up and running...
  4. ratchet

    ratchet Addicted to LI Member

    Also, perhaps a couple of "How To(s)" relative to QoS settings and other options, recommendations similar to the recommended TCP settings on sites like At least a how to for the highly technical/gamer/FTP user (not me) and one for someone like myself, who is usually just using a hard wired desktop, with occasional wireless for one to four laptops at most with cable broadband. e.g. I have QoS and TCP Vegas enabled along with this script: "cache-size=2048
    in DHCP / DNS settings. These settings are probably not even necessary but it would be great to at least know they don't hurt anything.
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