Hello, and a BIG THANK YOU to all the contributors of Toast USB for your awesome work! You are bringing out the best in these small consumer routers. I am co-managing a small network of 15 clients which are all sharing one internet gateway. We are trying very hard to monitor and limit each client's internet usage because our ISP has us on a very restrictive monthly cap. We have some abusive users who are going way over the cap and its costing us money. After doing some research, I found Toastman's build "tomato-ND-1.28.7632.2-Toastman-IPT-ND-Std" and loaded that on our Buffalo WHR-HP-G54. I then set up everyone's static IP and bound them and enabled IP Traffic Monitoring. I've checked the option to ignore DHCP requests from unknown devices. I have both the Bandwidth and IP Traffic monitoring logs and backups saving to a CIFS client. So far so good. I've been using the IP Traffic Monitor since 01FEB2012 and I've noticed how the daily totals are conflicting with what my ISP is reporting. After some digging around, I read some forum posts from TeaMan where he says that the IP Traffic tool shows all the traffic going through the router, not just traffic passing through the WAN. So, the use of IP Traffic in it's current form is not really the tool I need to be able to see each client's actual internet upload/download stats. Is there a way to implement WAN-only traffic per client IP? Thanks!