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If you want to start experimenting with Tomato firmware and don’t want to spend too much money, then we suggest to buy a Linksys EA6900 (even a used one) to flash Tomato and explore all of its functionality without breaking the bank. Tomato Firmware for this model. Download from Tomato by Shibby. Download from AdvancedTomato. Important Features

Jun 11, 2014 · Firmware: Tomato; Tomato Mod: 64KB version built by Shibby. TIP: Whenever possible, it’s always best to update the router with factory firmware, first. For example, see my tutorial on how to update router firmware on the ASUS RT-N66U. Some manufacturer’s do not provide factory firmware updates for older models.

Tomato Firmware for this model. Download from Tomato by Shibby. Download from AdvancedTomato. Important Features. Dynamic QoS. For most of you, this may be the most important feature. Basically, the router will adapt itself and the speed it sends to each device and the application that the device uses. The bottom line is that you can get

Tomato is a small, lean and simple replacement firmware for Linksys' WRT54G/GL/GS, Buffalo WHR-G54S/WHR-HP-G54 and other Broadcom-based routers. It features a new easy to use GUI, a new bandwidth usage monitor, more advanced QOS and access restrictions, enables new wireless features such as WDS and wireless client modes, raises the limits on maximum connections for P2P, allows you to run your Additionally, Tomato's QoS settings are much more granular than any other router product we know even up to the $500.00 level. The first thing to do for Tomato QoS is to Check Enable QoS, which can be found under QoS, Basic Settings. Once you log in, your tomato interface might look a bit different based on what firmware you are running. In my case, I’m running the VPN built, but the steps are pretty much the same. From here, look for the basic settings option in the left pane, and click on Network. Sometimes I do a thing here. It used to be somewhere else but now it's here again.