I have some router that is actually all good and i am forced to use it by my isp, only it doesn't have static DHCP or IP-reservation, however you call it. I also have an E2000 linksys with Tomato, as an AP, but with dhcp server, because tomato has what the router lacks.
Tomato, on the BASIC page, LAN section, has fields that allow to set def gateway and dns. Only when a client gets DHCP configuration, it always is given Tomato's address as def gateway and dns. Internet works only because tomato is (i think) routing from its address to the real default gateway, which is ridiculous, because it generates twice the network traffic. On top of that tomato is set to be AP only, so why is it trying to route anything?
Is there a way, by means of an after-startup script or otherwise, to give DHCP clients def gateway and DNSes OTHER than tomato's own one? The ones i enter on the BASIC lan config page? I know it was possible in AP Router NG software, i actually had it up until now, but it is old and 100Mbit only and has no Wireless-N.
Please i need some way to alter this ridiculous behaviour.