Official Tomato v1.25 Released!

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by Dashiell, May 26, 2009.

  1. jan.n

    jan.n LI Guru Member

    ahem - no

    Security by obscurity is not an option. Fingerprinting techniques will quite likely find out what system you use...
  2. Router_Newbie09

    Router_Newbie09 Addicted to LI Member

    Hi There,

    does anybody know where I can find the files to Tomato 1.23?

    The Tomato website seems to take me back to 1.25 every time I click on 1.23.
  3. thor2002ro

    thor2002ro Addicted to LI Member

  4. Router_Newbie09

    Router_Newbie09 Addicted to LI Member

    Thank you mate, you've really helpful
  5. Router_Newbie09

    Router_Newbie09 Addicted to LI Member

    could you possibly tell me the difference between the ND file and the normal one?

    If I have a WRT54GL I use the normal one correct? The one without ND next to it?
  6. thor2002ro

    thor2002ro Addicted to LI Member

    updated wireless driver
  7. Router_Newbie09

    Router_Newbie09 Addicted to LI Member

    Oh OK so can I use the ND file for the WRT54GL?
  8. thor2002ro

    thor2002ro Addicted to LI Member

    yep use it
  9. Router_Newbie09

    Router_Newbie09 Addicted to LI Member

    what exactly will it do to the wireless driver over the normal file?

    will I have benefits such as increased wireless range?

    Thanks again
  10. thor2002ro

    thor2002ro Addicted to LI Member

    it should have better speeds ,range
  11. szfong

    szfong Network Guru Member

    Use WAN port for LAN Issues with Bandwidth Totals

    One of the newest features of Tomato 1.25 is Using WAN port for LAN and I'm using WAN port for LAN, connected to a PC-based firewall that has lousy Bandwidth Totals & Graphs. I'm effectively using Tomato as a "wireless switch" with DHCP Server Disabled.

    I desperately need Daily, Weekly, & Monthly Totals for the WAN port, which has now become a LAN port. It keeps me from going over the ISP CAPS. I don't wish to have a Double-NAT configuration just to get a few numbers by putting it in a Double Router+DMZ configuration.

    Is there a few commands for a startup script I can issue so as to make the "WAN Bandwidth - Daily", "WAN Bandwidth - Weekly", & "WAN Bandwidth - Monthly" functional once more? They are COMPLETELY BLANK in Tomato 1.25.

    These three VERY USEFUL Totals are one the biggest reason why I like Tomato so much. :)

  12. jdub8

    jdub8 LI Guru Member

    Yeah do a complete nvram erase and they should come back.
  13. videobruce

    videobruce LI Guru Member

    Is there any firmware for a WAP54G AP?
  14. krassyo

    krassyo Addicted to LI Member

    Tomato will not be of any use for the WAP54G, however you could give DD-WRT Micro a try, but hey, do not expect that your access point will ever behave like a WiFi router :)

    You could also check the HiPower modification of Linksys original firmware.
  15. szfong

    szfong Network Guru Member

    Just want to mention that this feature/issue has been added/resolved by Jon, in his latest update Tomato 1.26 Test Release. Many thanks Jon!

  16. FattysGoneWild

    FattysGoneWild LI Guru Member

    How far along is 1.26? Any eta or more new features you could share that are coming?

  17. szfong

    szfong Network Guru Member

    I'm using the Tomato Firmware v1.26.1751, built in Aug. 14, and it's been running for about 10 days now without issue. Feature-wise, I've not looked, but BusyBox is updated to v1.14.3
    and I especially like the Bandwidth monitoring & Totals of the WAN being used as a LAN because I have a load-balancing router in from of the Tomato router/switch connected to the modems which has limited & lousy Monitoring abilities. Overall, it's quite stable as is and I love it, so I don't mind waiting :)
  18. barney34

    barney34 Network Guru Member


    Where do I get 1.26.xxxx. I only see 1.25 is there a beta sign up?
  19. TexasFlood

    TexasFlood Network Guru Member

    Polarcloud has changed since I was last there and the download links now redirect to Sourceforge where you can currently find source and binaries (regular & ND) for 1.23 and 1.25.
  20. garretwilson

    garretwilson Addicted to LI Member

    Yeah, anyone know where to get 1.26.x? I'm flying to see the fam in another state on Sunday, and I want to give them the very latest... :)
  21. bogderpirat

    bogderpirat Network Guru Member

    cool! i'm experiencing a similar issue; i'm excited to get my hands on a copy of warm 1.26.
    okay, nevermind. just fixed it myself. will be emailing jon the change.
  22. timblack1

    timblack1 Guest

    I’m a web developer, not a C programmer, so I don’t really know what I’m doing, but my end goal here is I’m trying to make my WRT54G let me backup to a CIFS drive via SFTP by modifying the current version of Tomato. So I put my (Ubuntu) OpenSSH sftp-server binary in tomato/release/src/router/prebuilt/, and made the following changes:

    $ diff -r tomato_mod/ tomato_orig/
    diff -r tomato_mod/release/src/router/dropbear/options.h tomato_orig/release/src/router/dropbear/options.h
    [tomato_mod] #define SFTPSERVER_PATH "/usr/lib/sftp-server"
    [tomato_orig] #define SFTPSERVER_PATH "/usr/libexec/sftp-server"
    diff -r tomato_mod/release/src/router/prebuilt/Makefile tomato_orig/release/src/router/prebuilt/Makefile
    < install -m 0755 sftp-server $(INSTALLDIR)/usr/lib/sftp-server
    < $(STRIP) $(INSTALLDIR)/usr/lib/sftp-server
    Only in tomato_mod/release/src/router/prebuilt: sftp-server
    This resolved the Makefile loop for me:

    But I still get this error:

    install /home/tim/Desktop/TomatoSource_1_25/tomato/tools/brcm/hndtools-mipsel-uclibc-0.9.19/lib/ /home/tim/Desktop/TomatoSource_1_25/tomato/release/src/router/mipsel-uclibc/target/lib/
    busybox/examples/ -k /home/tim/Desktop/TomatoSource_1_25/tomato/release/src/linux/linux/vmlinux -b /home/tim/Desktop/TomatoSource_1_25/tomato/release/src/router/mipsel-uclibc/target/lib/modules/2.4.20/
    Unable to resolve strcasecmp used by sftp-server      
    make[2]: *** [install] Error 1
    make[2]: Leaving directory `/home/tim/Desktop/TomatoSource_1_25/tomato/release/src/router'
    make[1]: *** [all] Error 2
    make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/tim/Desktop/TomatoSource_1_25/tomato/release/src'
    make: *** [all] Error 2
    What is the right way to add sftp-server into the source before compiling it?
  23. valerima

    valerima LI Guru Member

  24. mstombs

    mstombs Network Guru Member

    Did I read this right - you took an X66-glibc binary and expected it to work on the router mipsel-uclibc environment? Getting the cross compiler to work and link to the cut down c library is most of the challenge to incorporate new packages. You need to recompile from source and link against the router standard libraries, or possibly find a compatible binary from an OpenWRT package. If its a standalone binary you can test by copying onto the router using wget or winscp. The simplest example of cross-compiling I can offer is one I posted recently:-

    Usually you have to start with running ./configure with the correct params and get the path and symbolds correct for the compile and link
  25. Toastman

    Toastman Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    In 1.26 beta the quick-add wfilter selection appears to have been removed.
  26. tcsoft

    tcsoft LI Guru Member

    i'm not sure if i'm right in this thread, but i have one question:

    how can i configure the network-id with dhcp/dnsmasq? i just want to give my network a name to have the name displayed in vista. thx
  27. vaikz

    vaikz Addicted to LI Member

    Hi, sorry for my noobness but I was wondering If the ND version is compatible with Linksys WRH54G? Coz stumble upon on google that the version 1.17 ND.

    Can anyone confirm on this?
  28. hboogz

    hboogz Addicted to LI Member

    All --

    I'm running Tomato 1.25 on a WRT54GL and noticed everytime i try to download any type of file, the download hangs. This happens with both firefox and internet explorer. I've used wget and the file download works like a charm. I understand that last piece of information would tell me it isn't router/Tomato related, but i'm hoping there is a config or a TCP timeout that is affecting my browser's download capabilities..


  29. Sunspark

    Sunspark LI Guru Member

    Your problem might be MTU related.. study whether you are having an MTU problem.. try setting the MTU in Tomato to 1400 and see what happens with your downloads.
  30. bub181

    bub181 Addicted to LI Member

    I'm wondering if it would be possible to add a feature into Tomato that lets you set basic port forwards based on MAC address rather than IP address since I have clients that are getting their address through DHCP.

    By the way, I love your work Jon and I have made a small donation to you a few days ago to thank you for your efforts.
  31. rhester72

    rhester72 Network Guru Member

    It's not possible to port-forward based on MAC, but you can always set up a static DHCP address for those clients so they can remain DHCP but with a fixed IP target for forwarding.

  32. ernstblaauw

    ernstblaauw Addicted to LI Member

    Is there any progress with incorporating the sftp binary into Tomato? I would love to have this feature :)
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