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What does ND mean?

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by scottlindner, Jul 12, 2009.

  1. scottlindner

    scottlindner Addicted to LI Member

    Tomato newbie here.

    There are multiple builds of Tomato. What does ND mean? Is this similar to DD-WRT's "New Driver"? If so, would that mean that hardware supported is potentially larger than what is currently advertised?

  2. nameinuse

    nameinuse Addicted to LI Member

    It means new driver, only use it if that is the only version that supports your router, unless you like taking unneeded risks.
  3. scottlindner

    scottlindner Addicted to LI Member

    Is there information on when the new driver is appropriate?

    It is unusual to prefer to use an older version of something, so I find it a bit counter intuitive to avoid the ND version. Is it still a beta or something like that?

  4. scottlindner

    scottlindner Addicted to LI Member

    Does this mean I could put Tomato ND on a WRT 54G v8, or is it not that simple?
  5. Victek

    Victek Network Guru Member

  6. scottlindner

    scottlindner Addicted to LI Member

    That is what I expected. I have a WRT-54GL and WL-520GU so I'm all set, but a bud has the WRT-54G v8. Why I asked is that the DD-WRT pages show support for this hardware and so I wondered if Tomato would since there is a lot of similar code. I first wanted to know what ND meant before posting a potentially stupid question. I probably still did post a stupid question...


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