I'm thinking of moving from dd-wrt to tomato and onto a toastman build. I basically need:
- Mixed mode G/N (Ideally, with G being on a guest network so I can just turn off my WRT54GL that I have running dd-wrt). dd-wrt seemed to flake out when mixed-moded was enabled. Really, I only have a couple things in the house that connect via G anymore, but I still need it supported.
- Basic Port forwarding
- Ability to plug in a hard drive for a simple NAS.
- Dynamic DNS support
Again, nothing fancy, but it just seems there are a zillion different dd-wrt builds, along with a zillion different opinions as to which one's best. I just want it to work :-)
Looking at reviews and such that I've read, everybody seems to like the toastman builds on their RT-N16 and say their performance is terrific. But I'm a bit confused as to the naming scheme, so I want to make sure I download the right version (and from what I'm seeing, this can be installed via the web interface in dd-wrt).
Looking at the latest build folder, there looks to be a ton of model-specific builds, but for my RT-N16, I'm going to want to use "tomato-K26USB-1.28.7494.2MIPSR2-Toastman-RT-VPN.trx" , right (don't give a rip about nocat for home use, but might if I were installing this at my office for our public WiFi)?
Or should I be using a different one? Or am I missing something? Or am I just an idiot (feel free to tell me <hehe>).