I just installed Tomato for the first time on my new RT-N16 router. Everything works great, except the graphs don't display at all in Firefox (latest version 3.6.8). This goes for both the QOS and Bandwidth Monitoring graphs. Firefox says it needs to install addition plugins to display the content, but when I try to it says it can't find the appropriate plugin.
I did a bit of research, and it appears that the graphs use SVG graphics which are suppose to be built into Firefox. I downloaded an SVG viewer plugin from Adobe, and it shows the graphs when I'm using Internet Explorer but Firefox still doesn't work.
I uninstalled and reinstalled Firefox, delete my Firefox profile and created a new one. But it's still not working.
I took a look at the HTML source code of the page, and I noticed the graphs are display using the <embed> tag which I think Firefox might have trouble with. See this for a bit more detail: http://support.mozilla.com/tiki-view_forum_thread.php?locale=sb&comments_parentId=496825&forumId=1
Has anyone else experienced this problem with the latest version of Firefox on Windows 7? Any chance the HTML code could be updated to use the <object> tag?
P.S. Awesome firmware :)