Why Toastman Firmware? I made this build because I couldn't find one that was stable enough for unattended operation over long periods of 24/7 operation. I concentrated on making this firmware for use in residential premises with a large number of users. The one overriding requirement is that it has to be close to 100% stable. Unfortunately, some residents can often download excessive loads of data, including P2P such as Torrents, which hogs bandwidth and upsets other residents. So, I had to develop a QOS system that worked to prevent those people from taking over the available bandwidth. The QOS should work reasonably well for you also, with a little tweaking. For my usage, my routers have to work 24/7. ANY downtime is unacceptable to residents. I avoid unnecessary bloat and useless functions to achieve that. I believe the job of a router is to route packets. So you won't find unnecessary bells and whistles or bloat, or "features" that hardly anyone ever uses. Don't ask me to ad them. For the same reason, when you use any firmware, please don't just enable every checkbox you see, thinking it must be good to have everything turned on. Many things will not work unless you configure the router correctly or use the "feature" in the correct way and with the correct online site. Also, be aware that many people have such badly set up PC's (especially Laptops) and routers that web pages take MINUTES to load! Lastly, my builds come with DHCP turned off. You need to set an IP (such as 192.168.1.100) on your PC first to access the router. This is a deliberate safety feature to prevent failed routers from coming online issuing the wrong IP addresses. (If you don't know how to set an IP on your PC, then you shouldn't be trying to use Tomato.) Good Luck! December 18 2011 - 1.28.7493 and all variants December 22 2011 - Version 1.28.7630 K2.4 for MIPSR1 routers now posted. 1) Reinstate dropbear 0.54 update 2) Additional options to syslog (local file) max size of file before rotation (default 50KB) number of rotated message files to keep (default 1) 3) Web UI/httpd: improved checking of WL ifaces operational state (up/down) consider flag IFF_RUNNING when detecting the current/operational state of WL ifaces (in addition to IFF_UP) cleanup afterwards (bugfix: close socket file descriptor) 4) Web UI: Advanced/Firewall enable selecting between SNAT and MASQUERADE targets for WAN on advanced-firewall.asp reorganized firewall options in 3 groups: Firewall, NAT and Multicast settings 5) Attempt to prevent cstats/rstats datafile corruption at service shutdown cstats/rstats: allow more time between SIGTERMs at shutdown cstats: delay sending additional SIGTERMs if a there's a gzip process running cstats/rstats: wait for any gzip children to complete at shutdown added syslog startup/shutdown messages for both services wait for any helper processes complete at service shutdown 6) Hostname completeness: partial revert (cosmetics: 'too noisy') 7) VLAN-GUI: enforce config requirements for UPnP and IGMPproxy UPnP and IGMPproxy services must be active in at least one LAN bridge to be enabled WARNING - DHCP IS DISABLED BY DEFAULT. DON'T FORGET TO TURN IT ON IF YOU NEED IT. If you enjoy this mod, and would like to thank me for all the time I spent working on it, you can Make a PayPal donation.