I installed the firmware below in hopes of being able to throttle bandwidth in our house.
I got the E3000 flashed last night, verified all machines connected to internet, and decided to wait until this weekend to work on the bandwidth limiting work.
I got a call at work this a.m. from the Wife… "The internet doesn't work."
Well, since we recently switched over to an Ooma (voip), that must mean it does work.
She reset the power strip that the DSL modem and E3000 are on, and dutifully waited and tried again. No go.
(However, the Ooma connected fine which I don't understand… not sure I need to at this point.)
I just got home, and went to hit 192.168.1.1 and it wouldn't connect. I reset my computer and tried again… it still wouldn't connect.
I turned *only* the router off and on again, and now we're connected back.
We never experienced this behaviour with the stock E3000 firmware, so I'm afraid I've done something silly with the Tomato install.
Might I have missed something obvious?
I have my DSL modem in "bridge" mode, and have the E3000 login for me (ppoe.)
Tomato Firmware v1.28.7495 MIPSR2-Toastman-RT K26 USB Ext