[ale] Why Tomato? was Re: I'm very lucky
jim.kinney at gmail.com
Fri Aug 21 16:23:52 EDT 2009
Vyatta with a tomato/dd-wrt/openwrt wireless connected....
On Fri, Aug 21, 2009 at 3:58 PM, Matt Rideout<mrideout at windserve.com> wrote:
> I'm assuming Richard meant something along the lines of a Cisco Access
> Point Controller? I'd love to see an open source competitor to that that
> would interface with the *WRTs and Tomato APs.
> James Sumners wrote, On 08/21/2009 11:47 AM:
>> Tomato just works. The interface is easy to use and understand. The
>> QoS rule builder rocks. The real-time bandwidth graphs are extremely
>> handy. The default bridge between the wireless and wired networks is
>> awesome (my wired Xbox 360 sees my iTunes share on my wireless MacBook
>> What do you mean by "multiple-AP control features"?
>> On Fri, Aug 21, 2009 at 10:57 AM, david w. millians<millia at panix.com> wrote:
>>> Richard Bronosky wrote:
>>>> 1. Use ethernet connection for the upgrade, NOT WiFi
>>>> 2. Use Tomato firmware instead of DD-WRT.
>>> What advantage is there to tomato vs. DD-WRT? I've used it and helped
>>> set it up for probably a 100 installs, and it always does fine by me.
>>> Now, if it allowed easy, multiple-AP control features, I'd be all over
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