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Was hoping someone would be able to advise.

I need to set up port forwarding on my router running Tomato Firmware 1.28.0000.

There are two WANs configured and both require some different port forwards (E.g - Port 22 - WAN1 and Port 2222 - WAN2
I have looked in the web interface but there doesnt seem to be anywhere I can configure per wan.

Is this possible?

Thanks in advance.

Hi
So I am using a UTM for my firewall+filtering, and want to use a netgear router with tomato loaded to pass the external ISP IP onto my UTM to avoid double natting as below.

Is this possible to convert to a bridged modem mode?

ISP DHCP» NetgearADSL » ISP IP@UTM »lan

Tomato as a isp bridge? by NorthantsPeteNorthantsPete, 05 Feb 2018 09:19

You can at least configure the openvpn to retrieve the certificates from usb storage via the custom configuration field. Not a solution but helps tremendously on free nvram size.

Re: Increasing NVRAM size? by oppsigoppsig, 03 Feb 2018 20:46

When TOR Project enabled, router running OPENVPN client is unable to access server side resources (port 80). Other ports (eg 800) work ok.

Client router log shows connection rejected - Log message:
daemon.warn Tor[1394]: Rejecting request for anonymous connection to private address [scrubbed] on a TransPort or NATDPort. Possible loop in your NAT rules?

Disabling TOR Client things resume to working as expected.
Using firmware build: 1.28.0000 MIPSR2-140 K26 USB AIO-64K

It is not obvious that the TOR Project reroutes OpenVPN client routing and that it will not exclude re-routing private addresses (eg 10.x, 192.168.x.x).

Would be better if some of the following had existed:
(a) Warning notes on TOR Settings that OpenVPN client traffic will be redirected
(b) Option selector to include/exclude OpenVPN client traffic from TOR
(c) Option selector to include/exclude routing of private address range traffic.

plss some could help….went into winscp and found out that openvpn auto generate config …there is no bind, i tried to edit it with bind float lport ??? but it comes back right away…i cant seems to save it ….

openvpn plsss help by jknee00jknee00, 28 Jan 2018 16:22

well, agree its rather annoying.
some other can do it, it seems. AsusWRT does have some means.
Look: in GitHub for asuswrt and Scheduled-LED-control LED Control

Thought it was builtin, like some other models like AC68U.

P.S. Sorry I cant link it to you, I'm a newbie here, so its not allowed to link to 'outside' world.


Cheers
Peter Rosenberg

Tomato K26USB-1.28.RT-N5x-MIPSR2-140-VPN
Asus RT-N66U

I have been a happy user of Tomato by Shibby for a while.
Needed to create a network for Internet access only, but isolated from the main one.
Port 4 would be reserved for that network.
Already had a separated wireless access as br1.

Did as follows:

Basic > Network
Created a network with another address (192.168.3.x)
Note that DHCP is enabled for that one
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[br]

Advanced > VLAN
Removed Port 4 from br0 (which is 192.168.1.x) thus leaving only Ports 1, 2 and 3 for that.
Added vlan3, enabled for Port 4 only
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[br]

The problem is that any computer connected to Port 4 only gets a 169 address - DHCP is not working there (the original network 192.168.1.x continues normal).

Am I missing something?

Cześć Shibby.
Great work!

Last few days I see on my R7000 (1.28.0000 -140 K26ARM USB AIO-64K):

!! Attention !!
Tomato by Shibby undefined is now available. Click here to read more.

Regards,
rysson

Undefined is now available by ryssonrysson, 21 Jan 2018 19:37

Who knows what command in the scheduler commands can be done to reboot the router, when the Internet disappears through a 3G modem?

Tomato Firmware 1.28.0000 MIPSR2-140 K26 USB AIO
Netgear WNR3500L v2

Thank you Roland!
UK works for me as well (Tomato by Shibby v138 on Asus RT-N16). It didn't work when I chose Ukraine, the same 1 channel and 20MHz.

Could someone help me, please.

I'm trying to install Tomato by Shibby or Advance Tomato on my brand new D-link DIR868L rev C. Flashing were made by instructions on klseet site (i'm not allowed to paste links - new user) with newest files for my router but with no luck, router bricks every time with every firmware version flashing from DD-WRT to Tomato.

Please help.

Hello,
I was trying to find an answer on the forum and I went through the whole WEB GUI trying to find a setting that could create this issue. I have a few PCs, Macs and other devices on my home network. Some of them are wired and some are wireless. After a fresh reboot of the router (RTAC66u with Tomato Firmware 1.28.0000 MIPSR2-140 K26AC USB AIO-64K) I can ping from any device to any other device with no issues. After about an hour, the devices stop seeing each-other on the local network. This is a big issue for me, because I can not print to my wireless printer or share the music and video from my server without constantly rebooting the router. I did not have these issues using manufacturer's firmware. My two options for fixing the issue now are:
1. reboot on schedule
2. restore original firmware
I really like the features offered by TomatoUSB and I would like to keep it on my router if somebody could help me to resolve the LAN connectivity issue.
Thank you
Peter

Hi,
I would like to block facebook, I was reading several posts yesterday and it seems like that is not possible, could you please confirm that indeed it is the case?

Thanks

Hello peoples,

I am having trouble printing via airprint ipad/iphone to my canon pixma 5400 series printer. I have shibby 1.28 on an asus rt-n16u. Clue: If I reset the router it will work for a short time. I think it must be that the router is not forwarding the Bonjour packets after some time but I don’t know why. All the various help topics I have found online don’t work for me. Any ideas of things to try would be appreciated.

-Bret

Help with airprint by BretGBretG, 11 Jan 2018 02:52

I was noticing that a website was down for just me (friends could visit it). It could not be accessed from any device connected to my wifi network. I could access it if I plugged my computer directly into the cable modem. So I restored the default Tomato (Shibby 1.40) configuration on my AC-66u, and then I again restored selecting the "erase all NVRAM" option. When the router came back up, I still cannot access the site at the given IP address:

199.167.17.230

This is the traceroute I get:
traceroute to switchrx.ca (199.167.16.133), 64 hops max, 52 byte packets
1 unknown (192.168.1.1) 0.500 ms 0.304 ms 0.263 ms
2 * * *
3 24.156.149.9 (24.156.149.9) 17.000 ms 11.544 ms 11.983 ms
4 9009-cgw01.wlfdle.rmgt.net.rogers.com (69.63.248.181) 12.552 ms 14.661 ms 13.817 ms
5 209.148.230.6 (209.148.230.6) 12.707 ms
209.148.235.141 (209.148.235.141) 14.283 ms
209.148.230.6 (209.148.230.6) 14.292 ms
6 216.187.64.65 (216.187.64.65) 13.090 ms 10.865 ms 12.831 ms
7 10ge.xe-4-1-1.van-hc21e-dis-1.peer1.net (216.187.113.154) 142.732 ms 147.835 ms 231.572 ms
8 64.34.110.229 (64.34.110.229) 63.867 ms 65.707 ms 66.302 ms
9 ae0.van-dv1-cor-1.ahsv.net (199.167.20.18) 61.690 ms 100.826 ms 63.989 ms
10 199.167.17.230 (199.167.17.230) 67.783 ms 67.424 ms 66.220 ms
11 * * *
12 * * *
13 * * *
14 * * *
15 * * *
16 * * *
17 * * *
18 * * *
19 * * *
20 * * *
21 * * *
Can anyone with a similar config to me confirm if they are able to access?

Thanks!

Just installed Advanced Tomato on R7000 and performance is great! Faster wifi than stock FW and USB printer was a breeze to setup! Great work Shibby and team! THANKS!

Just wondering… is it possible to flash from Advanced Tomato directly to [regular] Tomato? The GUI of A.T. is a little difficult for me to read after awhile (gray text, white space between lines and so much scrolling needed on my little 14" laptop)…

Along these lines, is Tomato being updated, or only Advanced Tomato? I am having trouble telling the difference between AT and T by looking at the file names, but seems the files I found for Tomato are from 2014… maybe I was in the wrong repository. Thanks for any guidance!

Sorry I posted in wrong forum… am re-posting in Shibby builds forum…

I was trying to find an answer on the forum and I went through the whole WEB GUI trying to find a setting that could create this issue. I have a few PCs, Macs and other devices on my home network. Some of them are wired and some are wireless. After a fresh reboot of the router (RTAC66u with Tomato Firmware 1.28.0000 MIPSR2-140 K26AC USB AIO-64K) I can ping from any device to any other device with no issues. After about an hour, the devices stop seeing each-other on the local network. This is a big issue for me, because I can not print to my wireless printer or share the music and video from my server without constantly rebooting the router. I did not have these issues using manufacturer's firmware. My two options for fixing the issue now are:
1. reboot on schedule
2. restore original firmware
I really like the features offered by TomatoUSB and I would like to keep it on my router if somebody could help me to resolve the LAN connectivity issue.
Thank you
Peter

Hi

I didn't know where to post but ended here so here's my problm.

I've successfully flashed "tomato-K26-1.28.RT-N5x-MIPSR2-140-Max" to my Asus RT-N1D1 router using the Firmware Restoration Tool.

I've set up my internet access connection as I usually do through PPPoE connection using an username and a password. I can see in the overview page that the router has received a DHCP lease from the ISP provider and looks in order. Then I can access the configuration page, but something is not right. I can not access any webpage, although I can ping the default DNS server I've obtained through the DHCP lease.

My hunch is that the DNS resolution is not being done right.

Any ideas?

Hi

I didn't know where to post but ended here so here's my problm.

I've successfully flashed "tomato-K26-1.28.RT-N5x-MIPSR2-140-Max" to my Asus RT-N1D1 router using the Firmware Restoration Tool.

I've set up my internet access connection as I usually do through PPPoE connection using an username and a password. I can see in the overview page that the router has received a DHCP lease from the ISP provider and looks in order. Then I can access the configuration page, but something is not right. I can not access any webpage, although I can ping the default DNS server I've obtained through the DHCP lease.

My hunch is that the DNS resolution is not being done right.

Any ideas?

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