Hi Having just been upgraded to 200mbit I found the note about bcm_nat interesting and wanted to give it a shot. Since the changelog says "tomato-shibby-RT-N will not continue, Please use RT-AC branch", I figured that meant I should install the build in the K26RT-AC folder for my RT-N66U. So I did, and then tried modprobe bcm_nat and it tells me that the module cannot be found. Since the notes on that module say it's not available in the RC-AC branch, I'm now a bit confused or perhaps I'm just misunderstanding the changelogs. The way I read it, future RT-N builds are based on the RT-AC branch, but that would mean we can never use bcm_nat. Or should I just install the build from the K26RT-N branch and it's just the branch names that gave me the wrong idea? Oh, also, VLAN order in tomato-RT-N66U_RT-AC6x--114-AIO-64K.trx is inversed versus the GUI - I had port 4 mapped to LAN, and then suddenly my entire network was directly in my provider's network as setting port 4 to be part of the WAN bridge actually moved port 1 (both labeled so on the router and in the overview page) to the WAN bridge. Now that I reverted that and moved port 1 over to WAN, things are as they should. So it seems the overview is okay, but for VLAN, things need to be inverted. I was on the K26RT-N branch previously (using build 111 iirc) where port mapping for the RT-N66U was correct.