Router hosing up daily causing need to reboot

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by akanie, Jun 28, 2009.

  1. akanie

    akanie Addicted to LI Member

    I recently flashed my Linksys WRT54GSV4 with Tomato. The process went without any problems and I cleared the NVRAM to restore everything to default.

    1. I enabled Wireless
    2. Setup port forwarding statements for VOIP
    3. enable and setup QoS and classified VOIP with the highest priority

    Day1, the router was fine. All the computers on the network (wired or wireless) could access the Internet.

    Day2, all the wireless connectivity lost access but the computers with wired connection was still able to access the web. So I rebooted the router by unplugging the power and replugging it. Wireless connection starts to work again. 4 hours after this, wireless connection stops working and so did the wired connection. I could not even access the router through a wired connection. I rebooted the router again. This time, I thought maybe my QoS is causing this so I stop QoS and wants to see if this is causing the router to hose up.

    Overnight the router hosed up and lost I lost wireless connectivity and I could not access the router through a wired connection either.

    I am not sure what's causing this. Can someone help me out?

    Something I thought might be an issue is I have 2 devices with static IP of and (I did not setup a static DHCP in the router) and my DHCP Server IP Address Range is -

    Other than that, I am not sure what's causing the conflicts. I have heard so much good things about Tomato but don't want to be rebooting the router 2 -3 times a day. Thank you very much!
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