Hi, I've tried searching the forums, but I don't seem to be able to find if this has been discussed before. I wanted to know if somebody can give me a technical explanation on what does the TTL adjust parameter in the Tomato firmware do. I know the TTL parameter is a counter that decrements itself once every time the tcp segment passes through a machine, and it is checked before retransmitting to see if it is bigger than zero. If it isn't, the packet is discarded. So, I wanted to know what happens when you set the TTL adjust parameter in Tomato to -3, for example. My ISP has recently seen fit to drastically put a limit to p2p traffic (right now, the connection tops at 20 KBps on bittorrent, while previously it was common to see a mean of 300 KBps), and somehow they need the ttl parameter to classify the packets as p2p traffic. Some guys have found out that adjusting the ttl to -3 in the tomato firmware, effectively ends with the limitation imposed by the ISP. So, I wanted to know how does this work and if it's gonna be implemented in any other firmware (sucks to have a linksys WRT54G v5...), for example dd-wrt. Thanks in advance!