1. Repeater mode or virtual APs
2. xx% ~ xx% for incoming bandwidth QoS, same thing as outgoing (this is minor compared to the request above but would be nice)
3. "Calculate Overhead" option for QoS
Nearly all open source Linux firmwares for routers support repeater mode/VAPs so that pretty much says it all for Tomato USB, we need it as well then it will be nearly perfect. DD-WRT has an extremely poor wireless driver currently for Broadcom and its pretty much not useable.. Tomato USB is shocking good so far.
Not urgent but it would be nice to have the ability to control the min and max % of incoming bandwidth for QoS just like upstream does for the different classes. If its even possible that is.
Last is a calculate overhead option for QoS, example being "medium" at 75% should get 4899 Kbps downstream which is 4.78 Mbps, all speed tests result in about 4.30 ~ 4.35 Mbps , I am going to assume that is cause of overhead. Can we have an option to have overhead included in QoS throughput or not.