I'm not sure if it's Tomato 1.06 or if the script has changed, but I've been using an Init script in Tomato ever since I can remember, and it stopped working properly once I upgraded to 1.06. The script is as follows: Code: #!/bin/sh I=`nvram get wl0_ifname` while sleep 1; do if [ "`wl assoclist`" != "" ]; then XFER=`ifconfig $I|grep bytes` if [ "$XFER" != "$PXFER" ]; then LED="am on wh on" PXFER=$XFER else LED="am on wh of" fi else LED="am of wh of" fi if [ "$LED" != "$PLED" ]; then led $LED PLED=$LED fi done I got that script from Thibor's website, and it has worked flawlessly in Tomato prior to 1.06. What it's supposed to do it make it so the SES/Cisco light is Amber when a wireless client is connected, white when data is being transferred wirelessly, and dark when no wireless clients are connected. As it stands, in 1.06, the SES light does go dark with no wireless clients connected, but when wireless clients ARE connected, it's always white. It never turns amber. It's as if it thinks wireless data is constantly being transferred. Now, I know that is not the case, because I've done some analysis, and it's white 100% of the time now. I've tried resetting the NVRAM and re-keying all my settings, and nothing has worked thus far. Is there something I need to change in that script to make it work that affects something that was changed in Tomato 1.06? I don't know too much about Linux, so I wouldn't know what to change. I'm on a WRT54GS v2.0. Thanks in advance! P.S. I know I already posted about this is the Tomato Bugs thread, I just wanted some feedback on this as well.