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Troubleshoot help - no internet

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by vmixus, Jan 10, 2014.

  1. vmixus

    vmixus Serious Server Member

    WRT300n running Tomato Firmware v1.28.0023 Teaman-SDHC-VLAN-SNMP-PPTPD ND VPN

    I'm getting a WAN ip but can't ping the internet from the router even though internet is reachable via pc connected to modem directly.

    Last thing I did was setup OpenVPN server + DDNS (freedns) the day before; but everything was working fine at that point. I'd rather try to salvage the setup vs. starting from scratch if I can.

    What steps can I take to troubleshoot?
    Does this ring any bells for anyone as far as known issues?
  2. gfunkdave

    gfunkdave LI Guru Member

    Why are you using Teaman? I was under the impression it wasn't really supported/stable. See if it works with Toastman or Shibby.
  3. vmixus

    vmixus Serious Server Member

    Ok, got it resolved it was the ISP.
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  4. vmixus

    vmixus Serious Server Member

    I've tried both:
    • Toastman: tomato-K26-1.28.7821MIPSR1-Toastman-ND-VPN (4).trx (3.82MB)
    • Shibby: tomato-K26-1.28.RT-MIPSR1-115-MiniVPN.trx (3.77MB)
    But neither was able to fit / install.
    Teaman's the only one with VPN that took.
    Please let me know if there's any other options for a WRT300n v1
  5. gfunkdave

    gfunkdave LI Guru Member

    Ah, gotcha. You've got a 4MB flash...so yeah, you'll have issues there. You could also try DD-WRT, which tends to have smaller builds than Tomato.
  6. vmixus

    vmixus Serious Server Member

    Yea the choices are on the slim side and I preferred tomato over ddwrt.

    But fyi for anyone else in the same boat -
    Teaman's been stable and it just keeps chugging along even though it's running a vpn server, vlan's and all while feeding public and private networks serving 25 - 40 clients at any given time. I did have to disable the wireless and connect a AP due to slow wifi/lan transfer speeds but I've heard tomato's had driver issues with wireless stuff in general.

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