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Tomato Wishlist

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by qarews, Jan 13, 2007.

  1. i1135t

    i1135t Network Guru Member

    How about port knocking to open/close ports... I think that would be nice instead of having a port open 24/7.
     
  2. Devileyezz

    Devileyezz LI Guru Member

    Isn't that port triggering?
     
  3. Devileyezz

    Devileyezz LI Guru Member

    Wishlist:

    HTTP "Block-all-but-the-following-websites" option.
    This will let Tomato seamlessly move into a broader business/SoHo audience.

    We're currently using it in our office which has 40 agents doing VoIP calls. Soon going to put it in a bigger room where there's going to be 80 agents doing VoIP calls!
     
  4. i1135t

    i1135t Network Guru Member

    No it's not the same as port triggering. It's the ability to open ports on the router from the outside by pinging certain ports. It's kind of like a secret knock to open the doors, so to speak.
     
  5. jsmiddleton4

    jsmiddleton4 Network Guru Member

    1. For the arp thing implemented in victek's mod, is there a way it can be integrated into the static dhcp area? Sure would make it easier to configure especially given the information, assigning things, etc., are very similar steps for both static dhcp and the arp assignment stuff.

    2. I also wonder about a simple cosmetic thing but its application may not be simple due to different platforms. Its the labeling of the antennas. Some of them have one external and one internal but the labels are "A" and "B" not internal-external, some have 2 external antennas and are still labeled "A" and "B" not left or right. Sure would be nice to have the labels represent what/where the antennas are located. Given the different implementation it may be easier said then done.

    3. Have you followed any of the threads on wireless bridge mode and mac address/ip address duplication in the primary router? It appears it is a cosmetic/gui thing as WET mode works fine but the primary router's device list sometimes will show the MAC of the attached devices to the slave router with the slave router's ip address. It makes it difficult to do any filtering, etc., and makes WDS about the only realistic option if you need to manage devices attached to the slave router using either IP or MAC. WDS works so very well its hard to make too big a case out of it. And practically WET does work. It is possible that the firmware is looking at the wrong data and reporting the incorrect data in the device list of the main/primary router, in other words something not too complicated to fix. It is also possible that its complicated, too complicated for what its worth given WDS works so well.
     
  6. Incidentflux

    Incidentflux Addicted to LI Member

    I had a few, I would like to second that request to be able to run a proxy server, but offer that feature in a different download package.

    * Secondly not sure if its already possible but I'd like to run OpenVPN only for particular applications eg: Only X-Lite VoIP softphone would use OpenVPN from Tomato, but everything else runs through a non VPN tunnel. Reason being some VPN providers like mine throttle p2p.

    * Lastly TCP Vegas implementation, Some people over at the DD-WRT forums claim it works better than QoS at times... Not sure, but worth some experimental builds perhapes?

    Thanks.
     
  7. crashnburn

    crashnburn LI Guru Member

    Work on a Wireless N Router
     
  8. jsmiddleton4

    jsmiddleton4 Network Guru Member

    Option to "Run as pure wireless AP" that turns off all unneeded features AND turns all ports into LAN ports. So you have a 5 port wireless AP.
     
  9. LLigetfa

    LLigetfa LI Guru Member

    and on the Buffalo routers have it so that the BRI switch sets it to AP mode.
     
  10. jsmiddleton4

    jsmiddleton4 Network Guru Member

    Manually set time so NTP information not needed.
     
  11. TexasFlood

    TexasFlood Network Guru Member

    While it's not an option through the GUI now, you can telnet or SSH in and set the time. The time zone is stored in the /etc/TZ file as well as the nvram variables tm_sel and tm_tz. The zones are listed in the /www/basic-time.asp file. So for the Pacific time zone you would use "PST8PDT,M3.2.0/2,M11.1.0/2" (between, not including, double quotes). But you shouldn't have to manually set the time zone, just set it in the GUI, set Auto Update Time to never and then set the date & time via the command line.

    The time is set with the busybox date command.

    The command format is:

    date -s [MMDDhhmm[[CC]YY][.ss]]

    Where MM is two digit month, DD is day, hh is hours, mm is minutes, ss is seconds. Although [[CC]YY] implies it will accept a two digit year, that didn't work for me. I had to put the full four digit year as as two digit year format was not accepted.

    Example:

    To set the date to 09:34:00 AM Jan 7, 2000, enter:

    date -s 010709342000

    or

    date -s 010709342000.00
     
  12. jsmiddleton4

    jsmiddleton4 Network Guru Member

    Given the ability is already in the firmware to set the time/date manually is it then just a matter of putting an interface in the gui?
     
  13. DerEineDa

    DerEineDa Network Guru Member

    I didn't read the whole thread, so I dont know if this was requested before:

    I would love to see IGMP-proxy integration into tomato. I use german IPTV and the packets are received via multicast. The normal deactivation of the "allow multicast" in the firewall settings doesn't work.

    DD-WRT is working, because it replaced the linksys igmprt-daemon with the igmpproxy.

    But I love tomato and I don't want to use DD-WRT any longer, so I hope someone can integrate igmpproxy into tomato.
     
  14. TexasFlood

    TexasFlood Network Guru Member

    Yes, I would say that is an accurate statement.
     
  15. jsmiddleton4

    jsmiddleton4 Network Guru Member

    When we talk about ways to improve Tomato but at the same time not do stuff that increases the demand on the cpu, under the don't turn Tomato into ddwrt, this could be one of those things. Increases ease of use but doesn't increase complexity nor cpu demand.

    So manual time field is a perfect example of the kind of improvements that I am talking about.

    If that makes any sense.

    There are things that can be improved, functions added, stuff to keep folks like victek very busy, but at the same time does not turn it into dd-wrt.
     
  16. DerEineDa

    DerEineDa Network Guru Member

    I don't know if this was also an answer to my post. Just in case, I want to mention that tomato already has an IGMP-daemon. Unfortunately it just doesn't work correctly. I found no way to get igmprt to forward IPTV. So I think it would be not a bad idea to replace this service with igmpproxy, which is known to work.
     
  17. jsmiddleton4

    jsmiddleton4 Network Guru Member

    "replace this service with igmpproxy"

    If I understand what victek is trying to do and his motivation for doing so, getting this kind of thing done is exactly what he is trying to accomplish. Did you pm him?
     
  18. DerEineDa

    DerEineDa Network Guru Member

    Not yet, but thanks for the advice! At the moment I use victek's mod anyway :)
     
  19. TexasFlood

    TexasFlood Network Guru Member

    I understand what you're saying. I noticed one thing I noticed last night that would be nice.

    You're going to laugh, it's something DD-WRT does, :-D

    Under the DD-WRT Administration -> Commands page, there is a box you can type commands into. Once you type the commands in, you can either run them or save as a startup, firewall, or custom script. If there is an existing, firewall, or custom script you can also choose to edit that. I just think that's a slick way to do it.

    The only important part of that which Tomato really doesn't do now is really have a GUI window that one can type commands into & execute from the GUI. I don't think it's there anyway. Would just be nice to not have to open a telnet or SSH window for a quick command.
     
  20. jsmiddleton4

    jsmiddleton4 Network Guru Member

    Not to get too far off the subject and just to clarify, just because ddwrt does something that does not mean I think Tomato should avoid it. Actually any aspects of the user interface that are more functional or easier to do no matter what firmware they come from, those things should at least be given a looksie to see if we can do what Tomato does easier, better, etc. I would be very surprised if those gui things did anything to the cpu utilization during normal operation.

    Back to the subject...
     
  21. TexasFlood

    TexasFlood Network Guru Member

    Agreed. They take more CPU cycles from the developer than the router, :-D
     
  22. Toastman

    Toastman Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    Victek Mod...

    My wishlist - thanks to Victek who's asked me to post here for all developers. I shortened my original post somewhat. The purpose of these requests is to allow use of Tomato to control about 75 users in a residential building.

    1) To increase support for static DHCP to 100 MAC addresses? Ability to click on a MAC address in SDHCP to add it to the Access restrictions page would be nice too.

    2) Similarly, is it possible to increase the limit on Access Restrictions from 50 to 100?

    3) And a big issue - the UPNP support seems to be limited to 25 entries. Often, half a dozen users can fill this up. Entries don't appear to time out, which would help considerably, so I have to delete them or reboot regularly to clear the entries.


    Toast


    Edit: 31 August 2008 done! See http://www.linksysinfo.org/forums/showthread.php?t=57912

    Thanks Victek!
     
  23. TexasFlood

    TexasFlood Network Guru Member

    Way to force user to change default settngs after nvram resets

    Something I saw in the latest dd-wrt just loaded on my WTR54GS. After erasing or resetting nvram, one is now greeted with a screen when first accessing the router GUI after nvram resets. The new screen is a cutdown version of the dd-wrt Administration -> Router Management screen. This new screen (attached) states in bold print "Your Router is currently not protected and uses an unsafe default username and password combination, please change it using the following dialog!". The screen only has fields for username, password and password confirmation, leaving off the other fields normailly present on this screen. One is forced to enter at least unique values for a "Router Password" and "Re-enter to confirm" fields before processing to the other router screens. As implemented in the latest dd-wrt, this is a great security feature.

    Not my idea, credit goes to the dd-wrt guys. But I thought that Tomato could benefit from such an approach as well. This is also a potential way to force the user to set other values. In a recent thread on Victek's mod, we discussed ways to force setting the hostname nvram variable which this could also work for. Perhaps the default setting could be to have wireless turned off have have an option to enable on an initial screen. I'm sure others in this forum can suggest other settings which could benefit from such treatment.
     

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  24. Victek

    Victek Network Guru Member

    Texasflood, agreed with your comments, only one hit to mention... wireless should be ON at restart of the router to allow the user to setup parameter when the router is 20feet from you or on the building roof ;)
     
  25. TexasFlood

    TexasFlood Network Guru Member

    Point taken, I hadn't considered remote users. I was thinking of the security concerns of having wireless on after a reset. That's the thing about security, have to weigh the benefit against the limitations, which aren't always immediately apparent.
     
  26. TheIndividual

    TheIndividual Network Guru Member

    Wake-On-LAN for Port Forwards

    Wouldn't it be nice if we could automatically have Tomato send a WOL packet to machines when traffic goes to a port mapping.

    Consider the following scenario:
    you have a PC that you want to RDP/SSH to from time to time but it is usually off or in standby.
    Right now you have to wake the machine up before reaching the corresponding service. If Tomato was to send a WOL packet (optionally) whenever a (new) connection to a mapped port arrives, this would allow a fully automated connection.

    If someone knows how to pull this off with a script I would also be happy.
     
  27. mstombs

    mstombs Network Guru Member

    Agreed, Hyperwrt Thibor had that years ago, nice to have, but not too sure how important!
     
  28. IDtheTarget

    IDtheTarget Addicted to LI Member

    More Static DHCP clients, please

    I am currently stationed in Iraq, and our company has banded together to purchase Satellite Internet. I run Tomato as our router, and am currently using Static DHCP to keep track of what each person is doing (we try to minimize our upload due to bandwidth issues).

    In the meantime, I hit a wall that is NOT in the wikibook. I cannot have more than 50 static DHCP leases. I didn't see this in the wikibook.

    1) Please increase the limit to at least 100. (why is there a limit at all?)
    2) Please put the limit into the Static DHCP portion of the wiki book.

    Thank you!
     
  29. IDtheTarget

    IDtheTarget Addicted to LI Member

    Allow access to only 100 users

    Hello again!

    As noted in my previous post, I am running a personal satellite Internet service for myself and my fellow soldiers in Iraq. I need to restrict access to the MAC addresses of those who have paid for the service. I currently have about 75 soldiers and airmen on our service.

    How can I allow access to approximately 75-100 personnel, while denying access to all others?

    There seems to be an *undocumented* limit on the number of MAC addresses I can put in the "restrict all except" section of the Access Restrictions, so I can't do that, and there's also an *undocumented* limit on the number of Static DHCP leases (yes, I know, that's not a real way to restrict access, but it's better than nothing).

    I put in Tomato without knowing about the undocumented restrictions, and now that I have 50 of the guys back up, the other 25 are starting to howl for my blood... ;)

    Thanks
     
  30. LLigetfa

    LLigetfa LI Guru Member

    This is a suggestion thread, not a place to ask for help. For that you should look to one of the mods threads or start your own.
     
  31. chiefbb

    chiefbb Network Guru Member

    IDtheTarget,

    I believe Victek has a newer test build of his 8850 mod that has the static dhcp limit raised to at least a 100. He compiled this via a request from Toastman. PM Victek and see if he might send you a copy.

    http://www.linksysinfo.org/forums/showthread.php?t=57912

    Chief
     
  32. duren

    duren Guest

    My wishlist

    Hi There.. first of all I wanted to say excellent work on the tomato firmware. I decided to try it over my regular DD-WRT firmware and must say I'm impressed with the simple factor. Also a big hit with me is the bandwidth monitoring / graphs and the subtle fact that it's easier to define firewall rules since you can group port numbers into one rule.

    I have two major questions / suggestions which I think would make tomato shine even more. Both revolve around a slight perspective shift.

    1. Currently, the easiest way to setup your local machines / devices is to go into the list and click on the IP address. I think it would be great if Tomato could use these defined hostnames when reporting various stats / going into options. For example, it would be nice to integrate these defined hostnames into QOS so that you can pick them instead of MAC or IP address. Similarly graph details would resolve/show host names. Basically, the key here is to do away with MAC / IP addresses as much as possible in the UI but still giving the user the option to see/set them as desired.

    2. Entirely do away with the standard way port forwarding is displayed in the stock, dd-wrt and tomato firmwares. I'm thinking there should simply be a "Firewall" section which contains the standard NAT/multicast/ping options as well as a new way of entering settings...

    Source Address: MAC, IP, Hostname, dropdown of existing static dhcp hostnames or custom group.
    Source Port: (same as current functionality) or custom group
    Destination Address: MAC, IP, Hostname or a dropdown of existing static dhcp hostnames.
    Destination Port: (same as current, grey out if multiple source ports were specified and assume direct mapping)
    Description

    .. there are two major notes here: custom groups of machines/subnets or ports and protocols as well as allowing hostnames such as friend.at.home.com. Display should be textual where possible. The goal here is to create a simplistic version of fwbuilder so that named hosts (hostnames) and groups can be used as well as have on-the-fly hostname resolution.

    There could be a checkbox which says forward all defined ports and rules directly to <insert ip/mac/hostname here> and that would take care of DMZ, port triggering I'm not sure about because I've never really used it.

    That's it. I know it's a bit of a mouthful but I think it would make tomato stand out a little more. What do you think? Thanks in advance for your time.
     
  33. callous

    callous Network Guru Member

    I like to see TCP Vegas support. This would be by far the biggest advancement for people using P2P.

    Great firmware BTW ;)
     
  34. AMD_RULES

    AMD_RULES Addicted to LI Member

    I love everything about Tomato, but one thing is missing in particular.
    I would like to see an integration of either DansGuardian or SquidGuard into Tomato.
     
  35. lpvancini

    lpvancini Guest

    Suggestion please...

    under access restrictions... block all except would be nice for restricting all acces except....
     
  36. valnar

    valnar Network Guru Member

    Does this wishlist thread actually get back to the developers, or is it just for us to blow smoke? I'd still *really* like a PPTP server integrated into the gui, but I haven't heard anything about it.
     
  37. IDtheTarget

    IDtheTarget Addicted to LI Member

    Yep, it works great! Thanks!
     
  38. IDtheTarget

    IDtheTarget Addicted to LI Member

    Promiscuous mode?

    I would like a way to put one of the built-in switch ports into promiscuous mode so that I can hook up a linux box and monitor who's doing what with ntop.

    Yep, I can see what ports users are using in the QoS details page, but it just gives me ports, not protocols (bit-torrent, lime-wire, etc).

    Thanks!

    Ben
     
  39. chiefbb

    chiefbb Network Guru Member

    Virtual SSID's

    Victek or Roadkill,

    I know this has been asked many times and from my understanding it would only be possible with the newer wireless drivers. Do either of you forsee a build of your Tomato firmwares including the ability to have Virtual SSID's, or are we stuck with DD-WRT if we need this feature. I'm not knocking DD-WRT (it is a great firmware!!), I just prefer Tomato.

    Chief
     
  40. cakruege

    cakruege Guest

    IPv6 with aiccu
     
  41. Knobee

    Knobee Network Guru Member

    I'd like to second this...
     
  42. Toastman

    Toastman Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    My thoughts are always with the stability and performance of the firmware, there are a few remaining aspects of it's operation that I would like to see addressed.

    1) UPnP ports don't close automatically if a client's application does not cancel them when exiting.

    2) If and when the router comes close to the maximum number of connections in Conntrack, prevent it from entering kernel panic, or rebooting, in a controlled manner. One possible way to do this, which may be easy to implement, is to trigger the "Drop Idle" function at a suitable point, say 80% of max. Doing this manually works well and quickly damps down most such occasions.
     
  43. ~nephelim~

    ~nephelim~ LI Guru Member

    Wget and ctorrent support

    Although I'm having issues enabling my nas storage (RDC 2882 chipset) to work with Tomato cifs I guess it would be useful to add torrent an wget support to Tomato.

    Using a Router and a NAS it would be possible to turn off the PC and let the router handle the rest.

    NAS prices are not very high so I guess this solution could prove useful to many users.

    Torrent with webif:
    http://www.rahul.net/dholmes/ctorrent/
    http://yodctcs.googlepages.com/
     
  44. s106660

    s106660 Guest

    IPv6 would be nice. I already used it with Sveasoft Talisman. But what comes to user interface and stability that software seems to be far behind Tomato.
     
  45. Smoker

    Smoker Network Guru Member

    Greetings

    Coming late to this party (this thread) that already has 25 pages.
    Too many to read through so I'm hoping that someone can tell me if it had already been suggested that the bandwidth pages reflect the ongoing monthly average ? In other words, the pages showing that if the daily average where carried out for the current month (whether 28, 30 or 31 days) what the end of month bandwidth usage would be ?
     
  46. Smoker

    Smoker Network Guru Member

    dead thread ?
     
  47. pharma

    pharma Network Guru Member

    Nope. Jon visits the site and this thread looking for possible suggestions to include in future Tomato versions during his free time. :)

    Pharma
     
  48. I guess this one is aimed more at the community but:
    Improved Documentation on features, example scripts, etc on http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Tomato_Firmware

    Elaboration on Access Restriction including more example stuff for HTTP Request, variables one can use and what they mean, etc.

    More documentation on currently undocumented features due to updates, etc.
     
  49. mevans336

    mevans336 Addicted to LI Member

    WRT350N Support

    Support for the WRT350N! I miss my Tomato!
     
  50. asterger

    asterger Network Guru Member

    Include non-broadcast SSID AP/Router in the Wireless Survey Tool.

    Thanks for insanely great software!

    -- asterger
     
  51. T.lancer

    T.lancer Addicted to LI Member

    well I'd still like to see functioning IPTV, as in the use og IGMP Proxy.
     
  52. Automate

    Automate Guest

    Wired port speed

    How about showing wired port negotiated speed 10/100 and in the future 1000 for the speed of each wired port in the Status\Device List? It could go in the quality column where wireless devices show wireless quality.
     
  53. kenyloveg

    kenyloveg LI Guru Member

    an IPSEC VPN on Victek's speed MOD would be the best.
     
  54. bagu

    bagu Network Guru Member

    Support of IPv6 please
     
  55. Eiríkr

    Eiríkr Addicted to LI Member

    I'll second this wish. fwknop in particular looks like a lovely possibility (http://cipherdyne.org/fwknop/) -- not only does it do port knocking, but also single-packet authorization, which allows for crypto keys and avoids the race condition problems that can happen with simple port knocking combinations.

    -- Eiríkr
     
  56. mraneri

    mraneri LI Guru Member

    I would Love Port Knocking as well!!!
     
  57. bogderpirat

    bogderpirat Network Guru Member

    huge dito to that.
     
  58. Victek

    Victek Network Guru Member

    Like OpenSwan? :)
     
  59. kenyloveg

    kenyloveg LI Guru Member

    Yeah, you can make it happen:thumbup:
    OpenSwan only lives in OpenWRT, even DD-WRT don't have it.
    No extra client needed and security, also easy to configure (compares to OpenVPN)......
    Dude, I would compile it if I'm not a newbie:hearts:
     
  60. jdub8

    jdub8 Addicted to LI Member

    I'd like it if the bandwidth graph kept the last 10 minutes of info automatically, so that if you're experiencing problems with the internet you can go back and be SURE it was someone downloading/uploading etc. As of now you have to login, goto bandwidth and wait/try to repeat what you did before.
     
  61. samuarl

    samuarl Addicted to LI Member

    A bandwidth monitor that periodically checks the max inbound and outbound bandwidth and adjusts QOS settings accordingly.
     
  62. tylerwebb17

    tylerwebb17 LI Guru Member

    Like others have said:

    1. Support for wireless-N radios (Linksys, Buffalo, etc.)

    2. Integrated VPN

    3. Integrated web traffic filtering

    4. The suggestion for automatic WoL when a packet is received on a forwarded port makes sense, I could see it being a potential security issue, but a good idea nonetheless.

    5. Integrated Teamspeak or Ventrillo (know this is probably not possible due to memory, but this is a WishList...)


    I know some of these are possible today with external apps, (OpenDNS for web filtering), scripting (VPN and web traffic filtering), it would be nice to have it included, although not necessary, if it would just support N devices, I would be happy, it's great as it is.
     
  63. guillaumy

    guillaumy LI Guru Member

    This wishlist is getting loooong. Should somebody start a new one? ;)


    Oh, I wish, I wish for:

    Really New Broadcom drivers to be integrated, with the wl_reg_mode=off wl0_reg_mode=off nvram settings included in default.
     
  64. stud.beefpile

    stud.beefpile Addicted to LI Member

    AutoAP, Weather page, webcam

    I'd like to see AutoAP from the DD-WRT project built into Tomato. . .

    http://www.dd-wrt.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=6575

    It basically automatically scans for unencrypted wireless networks, checks to see if there's HTTP access to Google, and then connects. . .It periodically checks to make sure the connection is still active, and if not, scans for the next available network and repeats the process of checking for HTTP access to Google, etc. I used to watch that forum frequently, but did not like the "hacked" nature and user-unfriendliness of AutoAP in its current form. . .

    This is probably already doable, but I'd like to have the router download radar imagery (in the form of a .gif that shows radar progression), and local weather information in an editable format similar to that of Forecast Fox for Firefox.

    Then, have it transfer this information to a page accessible from the router via its IP.

    What would make this more interesting is combining this with a webcam just to see how things look outside (or inside) when you're traveling or you can keep tabs on things.
     
  65. LucasMoon

    LucasMoon Network Guru Member

    Any chance supporting new Linksys Cisco routers?

    I got myself a Wireless-N gigabit Router WRT31ON today and i see tomato support the old stuff that basically rare to get these days.

    I know ddd-wrt support it....hope Tomato consider also to look into it.
     
  66. me2az

    me2az Addicted to LI Member

    Syslog-ng
     
  67. Cynsick

    Cynsick Addicted to LI Member

    Wishing for an area in Tomato that would show all the IP's you've been handed out throughout the Uptime of the router.
     
  68. Larix

    Larix LI Guru Member

    Is it possible to add a second WLAN? A virtual WLAN with own security options.
    I want like to add my nintendo ds into the wlan, but the Nintendo DS support WEP only.
    I don't want change the WAP2 to WEP and back... ;(

    A nice feature would a second WLAN that is possible disable without change the first WLAN.

    And it would be nice if that is possible to disable the reconnect after change WLAN options in the "Basic"-Options.
     
  69. kamatschka

    kamatschka Network Guru Member

    FTP and HTTP Server with GUI .... also integrated SD-Card support..

    That would be awesome....


    Greetz kama
     
  70. ceckin

    ceckin LI Guru Member

    I don't ask for much (in a sense thats the philosophy of Tomato), just asking for perl tab in scripts tabs
     
  71. bagu

    bagu Network Guru Member

    Support of ebtables + broute options
     
  72. Slimey

    Slimey Network Guru Member

    same
     
  73. sartek

    sartek Guest

    tftp in dnsmasq!
     
  74. commandonut

    commandonut LI Guru Member

    1. Multi Wan Support.
     
  75. Incidentflux

    Incidentflux Addicted to LI Member

    Perhaps this is already implemented as a background process. If not this sounds like a good idea.

    A Bittorrent client (Whichever is the best on Linux) with local storage or Network attached storage, with optional package downloads for those routers without USB ports.

    Currently there are two computers running 24-7-365 at my place mostly for bittorent, which is very inefficient. If this gets implemented, the monetary and environmental impact will be significant.
     
  76. phuklok1

    phuklok1 Network Guru Member

    when in client mode, an option to select a network from the wireless survey screen and have it automatically populate the basic network setup (SSID, etc). And in the event of two networks with the same name, filter all but what is selected.
     
  77. weixing

    weixing Addicted to LI Member

    very very wish that there will be a ND version with PPTP Server instead of OpenVPN server
     
  78. phuklok1

    phuklok1 Network Guru Member

    To get a readout on signal strength when in WDS mode.
     
  79. phuklok1

    phuklok1 Network Guru Member

    a semi real time signal strength graph (kind of like the bandwidth chart) so you can adjust antenna position for maximum throughput.
     
  80. Aquafire

    Aquafire LI Guru Member

    Only One : Ability and software to attach a USB WebCam

    Hello All,

    Maybe wishful but i have this in mind.

    Being able to attach a USB WebCam to routers with USB port (WRTSL54GS) and some sort of viewing mechanism over the internet, so that it truly functions like an IP CAM. Since i have a PAN and TILT webcam so some sort of movement controls would be delightful.

    I know it needs a lot of work and experiments.

    Thanks.
     
  81. karogyoker

    karogyoker Addicted to LI Member

    Show transfer rates at each connection in QoS/View Details.
     
  82. gogubeb

    gogubeb Addicted to LI Member

    Support for wrt160nl.
     
  83. phuklok1

    phuklok1 Network Guru Member

    The ability to see the negotiated bit rate on a wireless link (primarily when used in wds, bridge or client mode) on the summary or device summary page.
     
  84. occamsrazor

    occamsrazor Network Guru Member

  85. rviteri

    rviteri Addicted to LI Member

    Ebtables

    ebtables support to filter layer 2 traffic on vpn tunnels
     
  86. Disman_ca

    Disman_ca Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    When was the last time some of you devs read through this list? There might be some goodies in here waiting to be implemented. Hint hint ;)
     
  87. scuba_steve

    scuba_steve LI Guru Member

    >>> IPv6 <<<

    Win 7 homegroup requires it. IPv6 is no longer coming. It's here...and Tomato is way behind the curve on this one.
     

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