I'm using Shibby's latest build on a WNR3500Lv2 (firmware link : tomato.groov.pl\download\K26RT-N\build5x-101-EN\Netgear%20WNR3500Lv2\tomato-Netgear-3500Lv2-K26USB-1.28.RT-N5x—101-VPN.chk).
The router is in Gateway mode. Its config is pretty basic, no access restrictions or similar stuff that could get in the way (not that I'm aware of, at any rate).
When I enable UPnP listening on the LAN bridge, my UPnP client (miniupnpc 1.5 on Debian testing) doesn't detect any available IGD when it should. I tried disabling Secure Mode, enabling Show in My Network Places, to no avail.
$ upnpc -l upnpc : miniupnpc library test client. (c) 2006-2010 Thomas Bernard No IGD UPnP Device found on the network !
I believe neither this client nor my computer's network configuration (firewall etc) are to blame, because when I bypass the router (plugging the WAN ethernet wire directly to the computer) I can access the DSL modem's IGD without problem, the very same command upnpc -l then gives me a list of the UPnP port translations on the modem along with the auto-detected modem's IGD URL.
Being rather new to Tomato I probably have missed something along the way in some other configuration page, but unfortunately STFW'ing didn't help.
Any hints as to where I should look?
Thanks for your time.