Tomato 1.01 Released

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by Disman_ca, Dec 14, 2006.

  1. Disman_ca

    Disman_ca Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    Yep as usual tofu has delivered again 1.01 is now available. It looks like he is working hard on user feedback so keep it comming.

    Supported Hardware:

    Linksys WRT54G v1-v4
    Linksys WRT54GS v1-v4
    Linksys WRT54GL v1.x
    Buffalo WHR-G54S
    Buffalo WHR-HP-G54S

    1.01 changelog
    • Fixed PPPoE/PPTP/L2TP may not pick up the first DNS.
    • Fixed PPPoE manual connect/disconnect.
    • Fixed UPnP not using the right address for PPTP/L2TP.
    • Fixed httpd fd leak if "allow wireless access" is disabled.
    • Bandwidth Monitor now requires that you explicitly allow the creation of a new file if using anything other than NVRAM or temporary storage. The previous behavior was to assume a file is new if it couldn't be loaded after a few minutes. This change is to prevent existing data from being overwritten if a drive fails to mount initially.
    • On a WHR-HP-G54S, enabled amplifier (boardflags=0x2758) and pulled back power to 10mW by default. This is apparently a better setting for this model.
    • Manually setting debug_clkfix=0 will now disable forced setting of clkfreq=216 on a WRT54G v2.2. Warning: You can brick your router while playing with this.
    • Port forwarding now allows full IP address.
    • Increased amount of WDS fields to 10.
    • Custom DDNS now support "http://user:pass@domain/" style basic authentication.

    You can get it on the project page

    It should also be noted that there is a wiki started up @ for those of you looking for more details and other info related to tomato.
  2. purephase

    purephase Network Guru Member

    Excellent work. Both on the firmware and wiki (not sure who's authoring it, but hopefully they read this forum). This firmware is fantastic.

    Upgrade went perfectly (as had all the others). Everything is working fine.
  3. njeske

    njeske Network Guru Member

    got both of mine up and running yesterday with no issues. didn't clear NVRAM.
  4. Urko

    Urko Network Guru Member

    I loved tomato firmware. I used to have linksys wrt54gs and it work great on it. Will it in the future run on asus wl500GP.
  5. Disman_ca

    Disman_ca Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    The difficulty with extending support would be tofu may not have the hardware available to perform testing with hence provide a build for the WL500xx. There is always hope that someone will donate one to the cause. Drop him a line (email address on the project page).
  6. Rudi1

    Rudi1 Network Guru Member

    This firmware is really amazing!No problem with flash and connection is fast,so I think the best firmware so far for me :)

    Thank you Jon!
  7. der_Kief

    der_Kief Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    Awesome :rockon:

    THX to Jon, nice work

    tomato_Kief :biggrin:
  8. NateHoy

    NateHoy Network Guru Member

    Smooth upgrade. I've been running it for 24 hours and my UPnP failure issues seem to have gone away. Time will tell.
  9. tstrike2000

    tstrike2000 Network Guru Member

    I also have flashed to the newest Tomato 1.01 on my GSv4 and all has been well for the last few days. VoIP and browsing have been working very well.
  10. NateHoy

    NateHoy Network Guru Member

    Yes, I do monitor the forum occasionally. Of course, I can't take credit for "authoring" it, only getting it started and seeding it with a bunch of stuff. It wasn't even my idea, I just ran with it. LOL.

    I am very happy to see that others are adding lots of excellent content as well. :thumbup: :cool:

    I started by putting it on Wikipedia, which was really looking for an encyclopedic entry and they ended up deleting it (my bad, I didn't realize that they were not looking for instruction manuals and the like). However, someone else redid a better (encyclopedic) version on Wikipedia, and Wikibooks seems very happy to have the instruction manual there.
  11. aggybong

    aggybong LI Guru Member

    I'm having problems with 1.01 and my Xbox 360. Unless I reset the router to defaults, the 360 is unable to get an IP after the first power on, even though it's listed in the DHCP clients list. I've also tried adding a static IP, but that doesn't work either. Every other computer (3 on LAN, 2 Wireless) on the network are fine, it's just the 360

    It's a big problem and I don't know what's wrong :(
  12. Reiper

    Reiper LI Guru Member

    Did you check your network settings on the 360's control panel to make sure it is set to get an IP from a DHCP Server? I'm running my 360 on Tomato 1.01 and it is working fine...
  13. aggybong

    aggybong LI Guru Member

    Yes, even though I've never changed it from DHCP, I still checked (and even reset to default) all the network settings, and it didn't help.
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