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I tried enabling HTTPS access. I clicked the regenerate box and store to nvram box under SSL but i keep getting an error when I try accessing the router. The error is:
NET::ERR_CERT_AUTHORITY_INVALID.
If I open chromes developer tools and go to the security tab I also see:
The certificate for this site does not contain a Subject Alternative Name extension containing a domain name or IP address.
as well as
There are issues with the site's certificate chain (net::ERR_CERT_AUTHORITY_INVALID).
I tried searching around but could not find anything to fix the issue. Usually, in a case like this, it would warn me about a self signed certificate and then allow me to add an exception but I am not able to do that in this case. Any help would be great! Thanks!

HTTPS certificate error by Jesse WinnJesse Winn, 24 Jun 2017 17:36

Hello shibby

I want to using WebDAV to share the files on the USB driver.
Do you have a plan to add this function?

Re: Shibby Builds by sendytsendyt, 22 Jun 2017 23:31

I have two lans and need QoS on certain IP ranges. As of now, you can only do Br0 for the IPs. But I need to do Br0 and Br1. for example I need
192.168.0.1-199 45000kbps 45000kbps normal, 192.168.0.200-204 500 kbps, 500kbps highest. then 192.168.3.1-199 45000kbps 45000kbps normal,192.168.3.200-204 500 kbps, 500kbps highest.

How is there a way to do this?

Downloaded tomato-R7000-initial-126 and unzipped file tomato-R7000-initial.chk.

Windows 10 shows a file type of "Recovered File Fragments"

Is this OK to proceed with installation? I don't want to brick my brand new NightHawk R7000.

Re: Shibby Builds by WVBillWVBill, 17 Jun 2017 01:47

I've got my router (RT-AC68U running Shibby v1.28) set to 40MHz width for the 5GHz band, but when I view nearby networks with NirSoft WifiInfoView, it's showing up as 80MHz wide. There are only 20/40/80 choices in the Tomato settings, there's no "auto". I have tried rebooting it, as well.

I'm pretty sure I've confirmed that it's actually running 80MHz wide, too: I have a pair of wireless speakers that run on their own 5GHz net on channel 36. When I set my router to run on channel 44 (or 48, if using upper sideband setting), I can cause the wireless speakers on 36 to lose connection by hauling a bunch of large files across my wifi on 44. Whereas if I set the router to a high channel like 157/161, this doesn't happen.

Is this a bug, or is the channel width setting only a suggestion, or what?

- Wireless Filter certainly does not work. Not adding any MAC address and I'm still able to access the wifi. Option is set to Permit only the follow clients.
- WIFI 5.0ghz does not work at all. Turning those on and I no longer get the correct IP address nor can I access Tomato web interface. This defeats the purpose.
- Banwidth limiter will not work until a couple of reboots. Took me 7-8 times of reset the router to default to figure this one out.
- OpenVPN does not work at all too. I've setup OpenVPN before and know my thing. So many lack of features.

Any suggestion to get Wireless Filter to work at least?

R8000 - Features by VaajCawvVaajCawv, 14 Jun 2017 03:41
ASUS RT-AC 56U
boris1983boris1983 12 Jun 2017 11:48
in discussion Discussions / General » ASUS RT-AC 56U

Good afternoon! Perfectly use the firmware of tomato. But only before the release of new software with multiwan support. The problem is that I can not configure a simple connection to my ISP starting with 136 software. Tell me how to enter the basic connection settings. L2TP protocol.

ASUS RT-AC 56U by boris1983boris1983, 12 Jun 2017 11:48

Hi folks!
Here is some trouble.
I set up 24h format in all OS settings I use: Windows, Ubuntu, MacOS. I works fine everywhere accept one place.
By viewing the Web Usage log in Firefox I got 24h format, in Chrome, Safari - 12h with AM/PM.
And I have no idea why it's so. I only guess that's because of some Webkit behavior.
Does someone know what is the problem?
Sorry, I can't post pics here, in looks like

Chrome:  Sun Jun 11 2017, 10:48:15 PM    iPhone6s (192.168.1.14)
Firefox: Sun Jun 11 2017, 22:48:15       iPhone6s (192.168.1.14)
Re: Shibby Builds by antiqantiq, 11 Jun 2017 23:47

bold textHi

I locked myself out of Shibby. The router is working fine I just cannot login.

If I use the reset button will I go back to OFW factory settings even though if I erased nvram after I installed Tomato?

Can I use tftp2 to load Shibby again? Do I have to go back to OWF?

I am really in a spot here. Thanks for any help.

Bj

I just got that. My support for it to happen plus yours.

Coffee helped to figure this out.

Bj

Hi

What does +1 mean?

Bj

Hi all

I disabled Telnet, Tomato rebooted and now it no longer lets me login. It is however working fine.

If I use the reset button will I go back to factory settings even though if I erased nvram after I installed Tomato?

If OFW exists then to flash with Shibby I load tomato-R7000-initial.chk from the upgrade menu?

Although I am not a fan of the antenna's I'd rather not brick this thing.

EDITED: I should add that ssh works but Tomato still does not recognize my login credentials.

thanks guys.

Bj

R7000 Tomato login by keef_cakeef_ca, 08 Jun 2017 11:26

Hello!
Can I ask you to add the option notify_interval for MiniDLNA to the web interface? To be able to edit and save this parameter.
The default setting is set to 600 seconds, and when you turn on the TV, you have to wait 5-7 minutes (max 600 sec) until it detects the MiniDLNA server.
I would like to be able to adjust this parameter manually, to about 60 sec, to not waiting so long.
Thanks.

I want to share how I finally got my setup to work after many hours of frustration and anger. I am by no means an expert on the topic. I am learning as I go. This is how i managed my setup to work. I hope this can help someone else as well.

I have two routers (Asus RT-AC68R and Linksys E3000) both flashed with Tomato 1.28 -140. They are both acting as my access points for my main as well as my guest wireless networks. The Asus is setup relatively close to the pfsense box and the Linksys is on the other side the house.

I used to have a separate access point for the guest network. But they always had issues connecting at the far side of the house. With this setup, both routers are providing AP connection and the pfsense box is doing all the routing.

Here is an overview drawing of the setup:

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As you can see, my ISP provided "router" is set to Modem only mode. It only gets me access to the internet. It is connected to my pfsense's WAN interface. The pfsense box has two additional NICs. One is the LAN which goes to my 24 port switch. The second NIC is the dedicated guest network.

Yes, I know I could had done my VLANs on the pfsense Box. I just decided to go this route for now.

For the purposes of this tutorial: The asus router (AP Mode) is using three ports. One for LAN (L1) (Internal private network). One for Guest (L4) and lastly, one for tagged VLANs (L3). The Linksys one uses one port which is also VLAN tagged.

I started the configuration from the Asus router first. Here we go:

  1. Go to Basic » Network
  2. Under LAN make sure the IP address is within your pfsense LAN pool (but, outside its DHCP pool) also ensure DHCP is disabled on "br0" (pfsense will handle the DHCP)
  3. Create a second bridge "br1" give it an IP within your pfsense Guest pool (but, outside its DHCP pool) also ensure DHCP is disabled on "br1" (pfsense will handle the DHCP)
  4. Assign your "Default Gateway" and "Static DNS" to the IP of your pfSnese's LAN address (in my case 192.168.200.1)
  5. Setup your internal private Wifi (I like to give both 2.4G and 5G the same SSID and password, This allows the connected devices to decide which connection is best)
  6. Save your Changes
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  1. Go to Advanced » VLAN
  2. On VLAN 1 select the port you will use to connect the second router (in my case Port3) and ensure you click the "Tagged" setting for that port
  3. Create a new VLAN (in my case VLAN3) only select the same port as above. Also make sure the "Tagged" setting is also selected. (this is where tagged traffic will come in from the second router (AP)
  4. Select the port you will send the Guest network traffic on (in my case port4)
  5. Assign Bridge LAN1(br1) previously created on the Basic Network section
  6. Click Add and then Save your changes

*DO NOT Tag the ports going to your pfsense's LAN and Guest NICs* (I experienced issues when I did)

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  1. Go to Advanced » Virtual Wireless
  2. Select which radio to use. Notice in my case I have wl0 and wl1 for my main SSID and wl0.1 and wl1.1. This this how the 2.4G and 5G radios are separated (wl0 is my 2.4G and
  3. Enter Your Guest Network SSID (The first two should be populated with the information you entered on the Basic Network section above.
  4. Make sure mode is selected to "Access Point" and Bridge is selected to "LAN1(br1) which is the bridged added on the Basic Network settings section
  5. Click "Add" this will take you to the second screen where you can setup wireless security for the newly created SSID
  6. Click overview
  7. Add the SAME SSID name as before (on the interface select the appropriate radio to use)
  8. Click "Add" this will take you to the second screen where you can setup wireless security for the newly created SSID
  9. Click overview
  10. Click Save
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  1. Go to Advanced » Routing (Currently there is not routing from the AP to the pfsense's Guest Network)
  2. on "Destination" enter 0.0.0.0 (this will make a default route)
  3. on "Gateway/Next stop" enter the IP of the Guest network's NIC ( in my case 192.168.210.1)
  4. on "Subnet Mask" enter 0.0.0.0
  5. on "Matric" enter 0
  6. on interface select LAN1
  7. Click Save
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This is all for the "Main" Router. The Settings on the second router are identical with a few exceptions.

#Go to Basic » Network

  1. Set the IP addresses will be different from the first router (still within your pfsense LAN pool (but, outside its DHCP pool)

Notice my main router (AP) is 192.168.200.10 and 192.168.210.10 on the second router (AP) it is 192.168.200.11 and 192.168.210.11

  1. Set everything else the same as the first router (AP)
  2. Click save
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  1. Go to Advanced » VLAN
  2. On VLAN1 select "Tagged" for the port you will use to connect to the first router (AP) (in my case port4)

*Be aware if you are using a Linksys E3000, the port numbers are in reverse order*

  1. Create a new VLAN (in my case VLAN3) and select "Tagged" on the same port as above (in my case port4)
  2. Click Add and then Save your changes
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  1. Go to Advance » Virtual Wireless
  2. Set everything the same as the first router (AP)
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  1. Go to Advanced » Routing
  2. Set everything the same as the first router (AP)

That is all the config on the "tomatoes". From here just make sure you have the correct rules on your pfsense to allow internet access as well as restrictions to your LAN network. Here is what my "Guest Network" rules look like in pfsense. I am only showing the important stuff.

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Hi,

On my network, i have 2 servers running nginx and a WNR3500Lv2 running tomato firmware.
Is it possible to access one or the other via different domain names, on port 80 or 443 for both ?

For example :
domain1.com -> server 1 : 192.168.1.2:80
domain2.com -> server 2 : 192.168.1.3:80

I know that port forwarding can be done by domain name on "Src address" but I bet that I've misunderstood that feature !

Thanks by advance.

Hi there,

I'm happy user of Tomato USB from Shibby. I have a Netgear WRN3500Lv2.

Yesterday I installed the tomato App for VyperVPN that basically add a Submenu to connect the router to out VPN.

I have some issue with this app, so I decided to reset to default my router including the NVRAM in order to remove completely the app.

After the restart the VyperVPN menu persist.

How can I remove completely the app?

Is there an Hard reset?

Thanks!

How to remove VyperVPN app by Fedex03Fedex03, 31 May 2017 07:34

Hi there.

I'm happy user of Tomato USB from Shibby. I have a Netgear WRN3500Lv2.

Yesterday I installed the tomato App for VyperVPN that basically add a Submenu to connect the router to out VPN.

I have some issue with this app, so I decided to reset to default my router including the NVRAM in order to remove completely the app.

After the restart the VyperVPN menu persist.

How can I remove completely the app?

Is there an Hard reset?

Thanks!

Re: Shibby Builds by Fedex03Fedex03, 31 May 2017 07:18

Where can I find the "initial image" for a Netgear R6300v1?

I've searched everywhere, but have only been able to find it for R6300v2 for R7000, which won't work on this model from what I understand.

I believe you have to first flash the initial build before loading the latest, is this correct? Thanks.

Re: Shibby Builds by ziptbmziptbm, 30 May 2017 18:25

Hello, Shibby!
Can I ask you to add the option notify_interval from MiniDLNA to the web interface? To be able to edit and save this parameter.
The default setting is set to 600 seconds, and when you turn on the TV, you have to wait 5-7 minutes (max 600 sec) until it detects the MiniDLNA server.
I would like to be able to adjust this parameter manually, to about 60 sec, to not waiting so long.
Thanks.

Re: Shibby Builds by deyuradeyura, 29 May 2017 06:52
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