Hello. I hope someone on this board can help me. I had a problem with a tenant of ours using up a lot of our bandwidth. Someone told me that a router with dd-wrt or tomato might be able to help with this, so I recently bought a refurbed wrt320n. As soon as I got it, I put in dd-wrt, but I couldn't access my security cameras from the browser. After reading a little bit about tomatousb, i made the change over. Now the problem is that my computer can't get an ip from the router. I can log into the tomato gui, but now it won't connect to the internet. After poking around a bit on the tomato gui, i decided to just change the firmware back to the original, and stop messing with the router. Problem is, I can't seem to find a tutorial on how to do that. Is it as simple as getting the original firmware from linksys and updating the firmware thru the gui? I ask because from dd-wrt to tomato, i needed to telnet into the router and get the password, so I'm wondering are there any extra steps to take if I go from Tomato back to the original firmware?