I've just re-flashed my WRT320N router to host TomatoUSB 1.28 beta (previously it had
DD-WRT on board). The new interface is incredibly better than the previous firmware, but
I've found two problems:
1. All my computers are equiped with N-capable WiFi NICs and on DD-WRT they
started to operate at 110 Mbps or 300 Mbps, which both are variants of the N
specification. On Tomato they start at 54Mbis/s, which is G mode. My settings
in Advanced->Wireless->Transmission Rate (set to Auto) allow me to manually
select at most 54MBps (!). Isn't the N mode supported yet?
2. When a computer (Asus P5B/Core 2) is connected to the router
via a 1Gb/s LAN and I use WOL, strange things happen:
a) If the computer had manually been disabled by pressing the Power switch
for 8 seconds, it remains deaf to the WOL packets and doesn't start.
b) If I enable the computer manually and then shut it down using the
OS Shutdown command, I can wake the machine up via the webinterface,
but I cannot disable it! The OS closes the machine correctly (I hear the
HD drives park and fans stop rotating), but after 3..5 seconds the machine
*spuriously* wakes up and boots up. If I remove the LAN cable, it remains
disabled, which means the router unwantedly continues sending it the WOL
packets. If I reboot the router, the computer doesn't spuriously start (which
clearly shows the guilty device), but the situation repeats after the first
Could you provide me any help?