I just bought an exact model replacement for my ~10 year old WRT54GL that was randomly rebooting. We only pay for 50mbps and speedtest dot net says we're getting close enough to it periodically, that I didn't see any point in dropping >$100 on a RT-AC68U in haste. Was told over at DD-WRT forum (as I had DD-WRT on it before) that there were probably bad caps (which I couldn't test & were unlikely to be visibly blown) but to upgrade it to a more recent DD-WRT build before replacing the caps. Tried BS build r34578 01-19-18, boot loop on the old one. Same build, same boot loop on the new one (copyright 2014 Belkin on the box). Said fuck it, TFTP'd the new one from DD-WRT back to OEM firmware, then Tomato 1.28-upgraded. There are some settings I'm missing from DD-WRT, like virtual SSID & PPTP VPN server. Which exact Shibby build should I load from his site (or any recent build from any Tomato forker), that is 100% working on your WRT54GL right now? FWIW, these are the first two uptime checks I was awake to do since the new WRT54GL's Tomato 1.28 install, timed back to on the first line: Time Sun, 28 Jan 2018 00:18:42 -0800 Uptime 1 day, 01:39:50 Time Mon, 29 Jan 2018 10:58:01 -0800 Uptime 0 days, 00:01:03 The second one was just after a random reboot. If even a recent Tomato build can't keep good uptime, I may have to throw it back to Amazon before their window closes. In the alternative, I wonder if I set it to reboot at 4AM daily, if it would never again randomly reboot between those 24 hours. ETA: Time Tue, 30 Jan 2018 12:18:10 -0800 Uptime 1 day, 01:20:43 ETA: Time Wed, 31 Jan 2018 11:33:44 -0800 Uptime 0 days, 03:13:33 After seeing that, I put in the 4AM daily reboot schedule. ETA: Time Thu, 01 Feb 2018 16:46:04 -0800 Uptime 0 days, 07:38:26 4AM reboot executed (I was awake) but then it rebooted again 07:38:26 hours back from 16:46:04 So why is it that "Jon Zarate's original Tomato is still around if you want a rock solid release of Tomato" isn't rock solid? I guess I can also ask the parallel question about which DD-WRT build in the DD-WRT firmware forum.