Name: Tomato Firmware
Version: v1.28
9 MB

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Tomato is a partially free HyperWRT-based, Linux core firmware distribution for a range of Broadcom chipset based wireless routers, most notably the older Linksys WRT54G series, Buffalo AirStation, Asus routers and Netgear WNR3500L. Among other notable features is the user interface, which makes heavy use of Ajax as well as an SVG-based graphical bandwidth monitor.


Interactive Ajax based GUI using SVG and CSS-based color schemes (allowing GUI look and feel changes)
CLI access (BusyBox) via Telnet or SSH (using Dropbear)
DHCP server (with static allocation of IP addresses)
DNS forwarder (using Dnsmasq)
Netfilter/iptables with customizable settings, IPP2P and l7-filter
Advanced QoS: 10 unique QoS classes defined, real-time graphs display prioritized traffic with traffic class details
Client bandwidth control via QoS classes
Bandwidth statistics and graphing
Wireless modes:
Access point (AP)
Wireless client station (STA)
Wireless Ethernet (WET) bridge
Wireless distribution system (WDS also known as wireless bridging)
Simultaneous AP and WDS (also known as wireless repeating)
Dynamic DNS service with ezUpdate and services extended for more providers
Syslog viewable through the GUI (also downloadable)
SES button control
SMB client
Wireless LAN Adjustment of radio transmit power, antenna selection, and 14 wireless channels
'Boot wait' protection (increase the time slot for uploading firmware via the boot loader)
Advanced port forwarding, redirection, and triggering with UPnP and NAT-PMP
Advanced user access restrictions
Init, shutdown, firewall, and WAN Up scripts
Uptime, load average, and free memory status
Minimal reboots - Very few configuration changes require a reboot
Wireless survey page to view other networks in your neighborhood
More comprehensive dashboard than stock firmware: displays signal strengths of wireless client devices, reveals UPnP mappings
Configuration persistence during a firmware upgrade
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