Unlike my older D-Link DI-624 router, the ASUS RT-N16 router's firmware is clunky and weirdly limits the number of static IPs to just 8 (and I have the latest ASUS firmware, v. 126.96.36.199). Apparently, the newer ASUS RT-N56U suffered from the same problem until a very recent ASUS firmware update, but it looks like the ASUS RT-N16's firmware is being left to fester.
I am brand-new to TomatoUSB, and I was not born in the world of Linux. I have flashed devices, but only with their manufacturers' files.
- 1 ► Will TomatoUSB give me more than just 8 static IPs, and, if so, how many?
- 2 ► If I use TomatoUSB, which router features present in the ASUS RT-N16 firmware's UI will I lose?
I almost had a stroke when I couldn't enter more than 8 static IPs. If there's no solution to this that maintains the rest of the router's functionality, I'll have to take the router back for a refund.
Thanks for any help with this!