Hi, new user here. So I'm running at wr54g-TM with tomato 1.27, wireless, and I faced a number of problems; some which I managed to solve, and others which are still stumping me. Main Problem The router slows down after a few hours of use, the length depending on what applications I run. If I turn on few intense torrents, within a few hours, "ping 192.168.0.1" will return values all over 1k. A reboot will fix this instantly, and for the first hour or so, pings stay at a delicious 1ms regardless of what applications I have on. If I host, by my third wc3 (DotA) game (not torrent) pings to the router begin to reach 50ms, and spikes occasionally. Simultaneous torrenting and wc3 with QoS will render my router useless within 30 minutes, even if the first 5 minutes are beautiful. Things that might be important: -Overclocked to 250mhz, since I read a post (by Toast?) saying that that would be fine for most routers, even without a heatsink. -QoS is on, all prioritized except ACK, bandwidth 25mbps/3.5mbps, set the outbound limit to 2800 just to be safe. -Channel 7, txpwr set to 50, WPA2/AES encryption Here's my Conntrack/Netfilter settings: So my question is, what is Tomato accumulating within these hours that causes it to slow down so massively after a few hours? Why does it work so beautifully after a reboot? Is there a way to get the "effect" of the reboot without rebooting? For example, I've heard that you can "clear" the DNS cache via "killall dnsmasq" and then simply restarting the service... is there something similar I could do here?