This guide will walk you through the process of configuring your Tomato Firmware based router to connect to our OpenVPN servers. It has been written to work for the Linksys E2000 router running Tomato USB build "E2000 VPN" version 1.28, but it will work for other versions with minimal modifications.

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Forum » Firmware Development / Tutorial Club » Steps to update Linksys WRT610N r2 to a Toastman Tomato build Started by: mdeb Date: 01 Sep 2011 01:05 Number of posts: 6 RSS: New posts. Summary: This outlines, in one locations, the steps I took to update a stock Linksys WRT610N r2 router to a Toastman Tomato build.

Setup a Wireless Ethernet Bridge On Your Tomato Router As with other wireless bridge modes in Tomato, you’ll want to gather some information about the host router (such as the SSID, WiFi channel, etc). Get The Subnet and IP Address Of the Host Router. With ‘Ethernet Bridge’ mode, you should have administrative access to the primary host router. Linksys WRT100/WRT110 - DD-WRT Wiki DD-WRT Support. DD-WRT is not supported on this model. If you attempt to load DD-WRT, you will brick your device. The following notes are for development purposes only, and refer to the stock Linksys firmware. Hardware Specs CPU Ralink RT2780F chipset, GX29970D0, 0803ST CPU is functionally identical to RT2880, used in e.g. WRT160N

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DD-WRT vs. Tomato vs. Open WRT? - Tomato firmware is similar to DD-WRT,and also based off Linux, but opts for a better balance between performance and features, and does so very efficiently. Tomato has a simple, graphically rich interface, making it easy for even beginners to pickup. Introduction to DD-WRT dd-wrt Plain and simple: your average router's stock firmware just won't cut it. If you want a router without gaping vulnerabilities and flaws, a router that is versatile, powerful, and controllable, you want a router with DD-WRT firmware. AdvancedTomato :: Open Source Broadcom Firmware What is Tomato? Tomato is a small, lean, open source alternative firmware for Broadcom-based routers. It features a new user-friendly GUI, a new bandwidth usage monitor, more advanced QOS and access restrictions, new wireless features such as WDS and wireless client modes, a higher P2P maximum connections limit, the ability to run custom scripts, connect via telnet/ssh, reprogram the SES/AOSS