This firmware is provided as-is without any warranty. We will NOT be responsible for any damages that may occur due to the use of this firmware. USE IT AT YOUR OWN RISK!
Mods are community developed branches of TomatoUSB.
The *official* branch of TomatoUSB has not had a release for some time, and Fedor has discontinued work on the project. He will not be returning to it, and at the moment, nobody is able to administer this site. All current developers are active elsewhere, mostly on linksysinfo.org. Follow this link: http://www.linksysinfo.org/index.php?forums/tomato-firmware.33/
These Mods continue the ongoing development of TomatoUSB. They contain numerous bug fixes, and many new features and enhancements.
Some of these mods may contain the following extra features:
- PPTP Server
- PPTP Client
- OpenVPN Server
- OpenVPN Client
- Captive Portal
- 3G modem support
- Bittorrent Client
- Improved QOS system with IMQ based ingress
- Advanced QOS rule examples
- Incoming bandwidth pie chart
- Per IP Bandwidth Statistics
- Switchable zoom on pie charts
- IPv6 - Native/Tunneled
- Vlan Gui & Multi-SSID (Experimental)
- Support for many new routers
For a more complete cross-reference list of features, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tomato_(firmware)#Feature_comparison
To communicate with the developers and other TomatoUSB enthusiasts about these mods, visit linksysinfo.org
Actively developed Tomato USB mods and links to their firmware.
There are possibly many other forks of Tomato firmware.
Some of these projects however may be closed source. ie The authors do not contribute their mod's source code back to the community. This is a violation of Tomato's GPL and more restrictive GUI licenses.
Some of these projects have some enticing features, such as dual-wan, not yet found in any mods previously listed, but…
Without being able to review their source code, we cannot be sure that their firmware does not contain anything malicious. This has been rumored. It is advisable to stay away from such firmware projects.
The TomatoUSB firmware project is dependent on those who give back to the community and its users.