I have a new ASUS RT-N66U router.
I've done some searching - I found another case where someone had a similar issue, but didn't give a solution.
Issue: Wired clients can not get to the internet.
Network Topology (Note: No Windows machines):
22Mb Cable Modem wired to WAN port on RT-N66U
Roku wired to RT-N66U OR wireless 2.4Ghz N
Samsung Bluray wired to RT-N66U
8 port Gigabit hub wired to RT-N66U
Spare/testing port wired to RT-N66U (used to validate the difference wired/wireless bypassing hub)
VirtualBox server (Ubuntu Server) wired to 8 port hub
Multiple Virtual machines internally bridged on VB server
NAS box wired to 8 port hub
HP xw8600 workstation running Linux Mint 12 wired to 8 port hub
Lenovo T61p Running Ubuntu 10.04 wired to 8 port hub OR wireless 5ghz N
OpenPandora handheld computer running Angstrom Linux wired to RT-N66U OR wireless 2.4Ghz G
Wii wireless G
Any wireless device (Roku, laptop, Pandora included) can connect to the router fine, see the internet (WAN) and behave normally. The wireless devices can ping the web, each other, the router AND the wired clients.
Any wired device (HP workstation, server, laptop and pandora if wired) can connect to the router, but CAN NOT see the internet. The wired devices can ping each other, the router and other wired AND wireless clients. This includes by direct IP ping - so more than a DNS issue.
I can connect my wireless or wired clients to my server via direct IP connections - no issue there.
I have a VM server that I like to keep outside the firewall (DMZ) and I use a dyndns to link to it from elsewhere. It isn't working because despite having it's IP being placed in the DMZ, it still can't connect/ping out.
So - how do I get my wired clients to be able to access the WAN (internet)? I figure it has to be something to do with how the Tomato software configures the routing - exactly what the issue is though has eluded me.