Question and Praise

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by schroeder, Oct 1, 2007.

  1. schroeder

    schroeder LI Guru Member


    I just want to thank everyone involved in Tomato very much! I used to own a dlink DI-524 and it never, ever worked properly. On the advice of a friend, I bought myself a WRT54GL and promptly flashed the firmware to DD-WRT... and then Tomato. I'm stuck on Tomato. It makes this router the first one I've owned to like actually, ummm, work. It seems that that's quite an achievement in the router world (I'm a little sorta newb-ish). But "actually working" aside, it's clean, fast, and gives you oh-so-much flexibility. Frankly, I *love* it.

    I've spouted on enough. My question: I originally flashed to 1.07 (currently rotten) and it's what I'm currently running. I want to flash to 1.09. I've got things set up just the way I want them and don't want to have to go through all the darn settings again. Can I just flash up to 1.09 and have everything work presto? I guess I'm really just looking for verification on this as under the upgrading firmware section of the wiki is the following statement:

    "According to the author, it is not necessary to reset the configuration if you are upgrading from a previous version of Tomato Firmware"

    Is it true? Is it really that easy?! Say it's so!!

    Thanks again for your time and reading my question!
  2. ifican

    ifican Network Guru Member

    For the most part yes it is that easy, it even works when you go from other firmwares. The issue is, if you start to have any start little problems then the first thing you should do is reset nvram as sometimes settings can get gummed up a bit from the flash. Personally though I have had no issues.
  3. schroeder

    schroeder LI Guru Member

    Awesome! Thanks for your response.
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