This tells Tomato to automatically mount the partition named "optware" in /opt. You can change the filesystem from "ext3" to "ext2" in case you formatted it with ext2. Checking configuration. Reboot your router. Plug the USB disk/pendrive if you have not already; In the web interface, go to USB and NAS » USB Support » Attached Devices and

After a very long break i`m back with new version of Tomato. First for ARM only but i`m working on Mipsels version too. v139 was non-public version so public release has the numer 140. Please read changelog first. It`s huge!! Po bardzo długiej przerwie powracam z nową wersją Tomato. The Tomato USB option worked first time with a single GPT formatted NTFS partition to 3TB (the default format of the drive which was also brand new). If there is any further documentation on the correct format and size for the drive that would be helpful and I would be happy to retry the Cisco software if it works with the same USB format above. Mar 11, 2012 · TomatoUSB is an alternative open source firmware for Broadcom-based routers like the ASUS RT-N66U Black Knight. It is a modification of the famous Tomato Firmware but with built-in support for USB port, wireless-N support. Check out this entry for an overview of the ASUS RT-N66U Black Knight. Some of the TomatoUSB features are:

Jan 24, 2012 · Currently, Tomato (and it’s derivative TomatoUSB) do not include the specific software components necessary for a true Wi-Fi repeating mode. The network extension tool included in Tomato is known as Wireless Distribution System (WDS).

Latest AdvancedTomato firmware releases and downloads for Asus RT-N16 Read more about Tomato Firmware by shibby for NETGEAR R7000 (138-AIO) Tomato by shibby for NETGEAR R7000 (136-VPN) Submitted by shibby on Tue, 05/24/2016 - 4:28pm Latest AdvancedTomato firmware releases and downloads for Asus RT-N53 Sep 19, 2016 · TomatoUSB is a remarkably robust router firmware flavor for many newer routers, despite being a beta. I find it much superior to the initial and updates from the OEM. I have been running TomatoUSB or one of its forks for some months mow, and will not go back unless Cisco Linksys comes out with a small miracle. oid-3009063 Posted 08/02/2010

Sep 19, 2016 · Tomato USB is a fork of popular Tomato firmware (http://www.polarcloud.com/tomato) for Broadcom-based routers. This fork adds built-in support for USB port, wireless-N mode support, support for several newer router models, and various enhancements.

Worked perfectly with my E2500 V3 (Tomato Firmware 1.28.0000 MIPSR2-3.5-140 K26 USB Mega-VPN). My stock firmware would lock up every few weeks, so I’m hoping this won’t or at least I can set it to reboot once a week like my router (E2000 with DD-WRT). Tomato USB is an alternative Linux-based firmware for powering Broadcom-based ethernet routers. It is a modification of the famous Tomato firmware, with additional built-in support for USB port, wireless-N mode support, support for several newer router models, and various enhancements. After a very long break i`m back with new version of Tomato. First for ARM only but i`m working on Mipsels version too. v139 was non-public version so public release has the numer 140. Please read changelog first. It`s huge!! Po bardzo długiej przerwie powracam z nową wersją Tomato. The Tomato USB option worked first time with a single GPT formatted NTFS partition to 3TB (the default format of the drive which was also brand new). If there is any further documentation on the correct format and size for the drive that would be helpful and I would be happy to retry the Cisco software if it works with the same USB format above.