I have the Tenda N60 and a E4200, however the latter is the v2 which appears to be unsupported. (I did find a copy of a website discussing loading debian, but the actual site is AWOL and I can't find much more).
I did find a version of Tomato that runs on my Tenda N60, but it is lacking NAS support and other features, however it DOES support USB because I can login via SSH and physically see the mount and can access the data on the external USB disk. My question is, can the missing NAS features be added back in, and if it is a lack of space on the on-board memory, could I load the binaries/files required off the USB disk itself?
I think the version I found is called RAF, but I found other versions alluded to in some other articles and posts elsewhere. If it is possible, how would I go about creating it? should I load up the missing files and create some symlinks? Is there a Tomato builder that I could tinker with to build a version that would do this? It does appear this version has CIFS client support, so that could be an easy option to load data, however I really would like to get at least NAS support and maybe some sab/torrent and/or DLNA support. Other features such as filtering, parental controls, etc also interest me, however the "net" version that I have is missing most of those that I need.
Is this the best place to find help with either of these devices? I tried the IRC channel, but it looks as if most all of the people are either idle or just lurking, I have had not had anyone respond to my queries there.