Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by teddy_bear, Dec 17, 2008.
But life continues and we (all) have to follow with Tomato.
I do encounter a DDNS problem: OpenDNS does not work anymore after I've upgraded my WRT54GL v1.1 with Tomato 1.28 ND USB VPN.
Previously I've used Tomato 1.19 and OpenDNS worked flawlesly.
As soon as I've upgraded to Tomato 1.28 ND USB VPN (image from TomatoUSB.org site) I get the follwing error:
Last Results: .......date and time .......: Unknown error (404). (1/3: Automatically retrying in 16 minutes)
I didn't change anything from 1.19 cfg: I have the same user, same password and same LABEL (Network) for OpenDNS. I am using OpenDNS for a single network (very simple setup).
WRT54GL v1.1, Tomato 1.28 ND USB VPN (tomatousb.org), PPoE, No-IP (working), OpenDNS, OpenVN (working)
I am using 2 DDNS services: no-ip (working) and OpenDNS.
Open DNS is the first DDNS service defined.
Use as DNS is checked: Current DNS: 18.104.22.168, 22.214.171.124
I've put to DNSMASQ since Tomato 1.19 the following parameter: strict-order. I've checked without it but no positive results.
Last Results: ....date and time ...... : Unknown error (404). (1/3: Automatically retrying in 16 minutes)
Force next update does not change the status. Neither leaving a trace in the logs (the loging is setup to be verbose - "at maximum")
OpenDNS has a single Label (network) defined. The label is entered in Tomato DDN interface (along with the user and password)
OpenDNS client worked in the past 2 years over 1.19 and I would like to get some help to make it run again in 1.28.
By using nvram set debug_ddns=1
I gotOpenDNS log file at /tmp/mdu-opendns.txt log:
GET /account/ddns.php?hostname=YGH&myip=126.96.36.199 HTTP/1.0
User-Agent: MDU - Tomato Firmware 1.28
Authorization: Basic aHJ0c2dvZ3U6X1lvMyxjY3A=
HTTP/1.1 404 Not Found
Date: Wed, 19 Oct 2011 16:17:46 GMT
Set-Cookie: OPENDNS_ACCOUNT=760345787c2070476d8a13eaa87d7304; expires=Fri, 18-Nov-2011 16:17:46 GMT; path=/; domain=.opendns.com
Expires: Thu, 19 Nov 1981 08:52:00 GMT
Cache-Control: no-store, no-cache, must-revalidate, post-check=0, pre-check=0
Update 2: reading a post on openDNS forum I've noticed that the update URL has changed from "/account/ddns.php?hostname=" with "/nic/update?hostname=".
I've moved back to Tomato 1.19 and my ddns log uses "/account/ddns.php?hostname="
Could it be this the reason ( /account/ddns.php?hostname=) why my Tomato firmware does not work?
How cand I change "/account/ddns.php?hostname=" with "/nic/update?hostname=" in the OpenDNS setup from a Tomato Firmware?
Temporary workarround applied:
I've used Custom URL:
https://[my Username]:[my Password]@updates.opendns.com/nic/update?hostname=[my OpenDNS Network Label] &myIP=@IP
So Tomato firmware has a wrong URL?
Update on 8th May 2012
I revert my setting to standard settings for OpenDNS (no more custom URL) and it works!
What in the world...is happening with OpenDNS? It accepts again /account/ddns.php?hostname= requests? I'll keep an eye on it!
i'm having the same problem - i have used "/account/ddns.php?hostname for a long time and it worked fine for me now it stooped working,
can anyone show me how to change to nic/update?hostname=" or adding https://[my Username]:[my Password]@updates.opendns.com/nic/update?hostname=[my OpenDNS Network Label] &myIP=@IP
Go to the Basic/DDNS meniu on your Tomato.
Please select as DDNS provider "Custom URL" (instead openDNS that is now selected).
You will get a space to enter a custom URL like this:
1.Please replace above my_openDNS_Username with your username (account) used to logon on OpenDNS website
2.Please replace above my_openDNS_Password with your password associated with above username (account) used to logon on OpenDNS website.
3. From OpenDNS website, Settings area (https://dashboard.opendns.com/settings) please find your OpenDNS LABEL (is the name you gave to your network!). Use this Label instead of my_OpenDNS_Network_Label above.
Last but not least :
Also, on the Tomato DDNS setup page, the first setting named "I will use IP Address:" should be "Use WAN IP a.b.c.d (recommended)" option. This is needed to work the last part of the custom URL string: to pass to OpenDNS server your IP as it is known by the router TCP/IP stack.
Somebody on OpenDNS Forum (https://forums.opendns.com/comments.php?DiscussionID=11823&page=1#Item_7 ) suggested that I can get rid off last part of the custom URL string (erase "@myIP=@IP") but to do that I have to use "Use external IP Checker" on the field "I will use IP Address:". Didn't tried this combination
Thanks For your response, i used the custom URL and it work fine for me, i did entered it without the @myIP=@IP and it stil workes fine for me.
thanks for your help.
See also this post:
I have a problem in using tomato-NDUSB-1.28.7628.1-Toastman-Ext.trx :
I have WL-520gU routers with VPN (optware, not VPN build). I have been using T-B's mod (2.4 & 2.6) so far no problem. However after I upgraded the VPN client router to tomato-NDUSB-1.28.7628.1-Toastman-Ext.trx, the PCs behind the client router cannot ping the VPN server router, while the VPN client router can. It seems that this command "iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -s 192.168.1.0/24 -o tun1 -j MASQUERADE" does not function in this build.
If I install tomato-K26USB-1.28.7821MIPSR1-Toastman-ND-Lite.trx to the VPN client router, this problem disappeared. PCs behind the VPN client can reach the VPN Server side.
OK, noted. I'll probably make a new K24 build soon, and hope the problem goes away. As you probably noted from the readme files, I don't use the older routers any more and the K2.4 firmware is pretty much untested and WYSIWYG. However, since it's based on the same code it theoretically ought to work ... but sometimes bits of it doesn't.
Thanks for your quick response, and thanks for your work.
One more bug (maybe), the firewall script runs twice in both tomato-NDUSB-1.28.7628.1-Toastman-Ext.trx (K24) and tomato-K26USB-1.28.7821MIPSR1-Toastman-ND-Lite.trx (K26).
I have to do it this way :
line=`iptables -L INPUT | grep "udp dpt:1194"`
if [ -z "$line" ]; then
iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p udp -d $WANIP --dport $VPN_PORT -j DNAT --to $LANIP:1194
iptables -A INPUT -d $LANIP -p udp --dport 1194 -j ACCEPT
I have WL-520gU x 6 and WL-500gpV2 x 1 working in different locations, so I should use these old routers for some period of time.
Hi, if i have E3000 and i want to get the TomatoUSB TeddyBear mod newest there is, that works without bugs and stuff, and has support for IPV6, which one should i download ? ( i saw that TeddyBear Mod has more connections , support for IPV6 (-How to enable ? ) and many more tweaks.
*Currently i have 1.28Beta installed - tomato-E3000USB-1.28.9054MIPSR2-beta-vpn3.6 from Tomato Main site.
After fixing OpenDNS today I've discovered that No-IP DDNS service is telling me that my host will expire:
Your free host xxx.yyy.biz, will expire in 7 days due to account inactivity.
xxx.yyy.biz was last updated on 2011-10-20 16:12:48. Free Dynamic DNS hosts must be updated via our website or dynamic update client every 30 days to prevent them from being removed from our system
I've checked my Tomato router and there the last update was 6 days ago. I also did forced a new update, it worked fine but the NO-IP.com website continues to tell me that last update was on 2011-10-20.
The only way to have the No-IP host updated on the website was to reboot the router. As soon as i rebooted it the no-ip.com website took in consideration the host update from my router.
What is wrong? Tomato says "DDNS No-IP update ok" and no-ip.com says "will expire soon". And in fact the update works only at startup (rebooting the router)
I just bought a Belkin F7D4301 with Gigabyte network, installed Tomato Firmware v1.28.7487 MIPSR2-Toastman-RT K26 USB VPN-NOCAT, everything works fine.
The NIC of my computers are 100M, so I'd like to know if I can config the router's Gigabyte network to work at 100M (by command or optware) to reduce power consumption.
Want to save 1 watt?
The router already auto-negotiated to suit your LAN speed ...
The 1 watt will finally become heat. The BCM4718 is quite hot now, I am worrying its stability during summer.
I found the RT-N16 (with the same SOC BCM4718) has a "Link down mode", is there a way to activate it ?
Andy, forget about it and enjoy ... this router operates well in countries where 45 degrees + is normal. No fan needed.
Thanks. Yes, I think I should forget it.
"tomato-K26USB-NVRAM60K-1.28.7487MIPSR2-Toastman-RT-VPN-NOCAT.trx" overclock does not work, while "tomato-K26USB-1.28.7487MIPSR2-Toastman-RT-VPN-NOCAT.trx" works without problem on the same router :
I set the CPU freq to 500250, after reboot :
Model Belkin Play Max / N600 HD (F7D4301/F7D8301) v1
Chipset Broadcom BCM4716 chip rev 1 pkg 10
CPU Freq 453MHz
Flash RAM Size 8MB
The CPU freq is still 453MHz, but the Advance->Miscellaneous still showing "CPU frequency : 500250".
Can I set it by command line, then "nvram commit" ?
I don't know these routers. Does it even have 60K of NVRAM?
Yes, you can always set by command line.
Tried setting by command line, also not work.
Administration-->Configuration, I have :
Total / Free NVRAM: 60.00 KB / 31.87 KB (53.12%)
Also, "nvram show | grep freq" will get :
Does it mean that the router has 60K of NVRAM ?
Actually, I don't have a clear concept about the NVRAM, is it just part of the 8MB flash memory ?
The reason why I want more NVRAM is :
Using TB's VPN builds and your VPN builds (in WL-520gU, WL-500gpV2 etc), if I setup the VPN by inputting certs/keys etc. to the GUI. After saving, it always losses somethings such as some certs/keys or VPN port/subnet/netmask etc. I think this may be due to not enough NVRAM ?
Andy, your router doesn't have 60K of NVRAM, so essentially your are using the wrong build. Anything written to the NVRAM that doesn't exist will be lost. You should change build to a normal one, set up again from scratch.
Thanks for your reply.
I have reverted to tomato-K26USB-1.28.7487MIPSR2-Toastman-RT-VPN-NOCAT.trx, everything is working fine now.
I do need your advice on DDNS (again aparently). This this is about NO-IP: the No-Ip website does not recognize the update from Tomato unless is done at reboot or reconnect.
Tomato does the update as instructed in "Auto refresh every: 5 days" field: I see in the field "Last results: UPDATE Successful with the date and the IP passed to no-ip website.
But the No-IP site displays the date from last reboot/last reconnect instead of the date displayed in the field "Last results".
Because of this, at each 30 days, my No-IP registration expires and I have to manually reboot the rooter or Disconect/Conect the PPOE in order to have the IP registered.
WRT54GL v1.1, Tomato 1.28 ND USB VPN (tomatousb.org), PPoE, No-IP (update recoqnized by No-IP site only at rooter reboot, subsequently updates are ignored by the site), OpenDNS (working - manual configuration), OpenVN (working)
Update: I've setup a Schedule to RECONNECT the PPOE every night until I figure out what is wrong with the DDNS update for NO-IP
I've got a head scratcher. My router is the same as the post above (WRT54GL v1.1), with Tomato 1.28 running, PPoE, OpenDNS. I am located in Natal, RN, Brazil and have NEVER been unable to get OpenDNS to run from here. I've tried every combination I can think of, tried every forum trick, including using the custom URL for my Dynamic DNS (https://[my Username]:[my Password]@updates.opendns.com/nic/update?hostname=[my OpenDNS Network Label] &myIP=@IP) .
Nothing seems to activate OpenDNS on our small network (6-8 systems, mix of hardwired, wireless), yet Tomato shows the OpenDNS addresses (only) under Status>Overview>WAN>DNS. I've even tried the different various OpenDNS addresses but to no avail.
I'd love to use OpenDNS with my Tomato-equipped Linksys for many reasons, but something somewhere is overriding my OpenDNS settings, so no Stats, no OpenDNS.
Settings under Dynamic DNS are: IP address (Use WAN IP Address x.x.x.xxx (recommended), and updates show as "successful". Under DHCP/DNS Server I tried ever setting, to no avail, including "Intercept DNS port (UDP 53)".
Tomato LOG shows:
Dec 9 11:59:27 unknown daemon.info dnsmasq: using nameserver 188.8.131.52#53 Dec 9 11:59:27 unknown daemon.info dnsmasq: using nameserver 184.108.40.206#53
(another DNS from OpenDNS I was trying), so it seems it is correctly configured, yet...OpenDNS apparently does not see me or register my accesses.
Your ISP may be hijacking your DNS requests.
Can anyone give a download link tomato USB teddy bear mod?
Thank you for you prompt reply andy. Can u pls tell me which build to select?
Please refer to the followings :
When No-IP says "updated" they mean "changed".
When Tomato says "auto refresh" it means "say that it has not changed".
When the IP address changes, No-IP thinks that the host is still active.
When the IP address does not change, No-IP thinks it is no longer in use.
You may find the following useful -- a workaround by nobugme:
Or use dyndns instead? I've setup a CNAME on my domain to point to the dyndns one so it looks better lol
I am running Tomato Shibby build and I just noticed that in my case DDNS 2 update was executed first, before DDNS 1. Strange...
Thank you for the workarround!
Unfortunatelly I use one DDNS for No-IP and the othe one for OpenDNS
I've set up my router to do a disconnect/connect every 7 days and this solved my No-IP issue: at each disconnect/connect my ISP allocates me a new IP (as No-IP wants in order to consider me ALIVE).
Note: I saw that the post was from 2008. Until 2011 No-IP worked for me even my IP was changed 2-3 times per year (I had same IP for long periods: 2-3 months). Strange to see the same problem in 2008 while for me worked until 2011
where do i find the download link for
Tomato ND USB Mod
how do i install tomato usb on an asus wl520gu? whenever i try is says failed?