V glavnem, če imate router in na njem Tomato, ki do sedaj ni znal z USB portom početi nič, se zdaj da USB porabiti za mrežni disk ali printer, za dosego tega pa vam ni treba Linux konzole ali DD-WRTja niti pogledati. Ta firmware NE podpira USB kamerc ali USB modemov. Sicer je stvar vzun že nekaj mesecev, ampak jaz sem danes prvič naletel nanjo in je treba povedat okol...
Hitrosti so okol 15 mbitov (2 MB/s).
Spremembe od "uradnega" Tomato 1.23:
Link, na katerem izveste vse, kar potrebujete: http://www.linksysinfo.org/forums/showt ... hp?t=60185* Support for USB 1.1 (OHCI and UHCI) and USB 2.0, configurable via Tomato GUI.
* USB storage (Ext2/Ext3 and FAT/FAT32 filesystems) and USB printing support.
* Auto-mounting for USB drives (added in v05). When this feature is activated in the GUI, and USB drive is plugged in, all mountable partitions will be automatically mounted to a directory under /mnt. If you want to override default mount point, mount your partition manually in the satrtup, wanup, or hotplug script, i.e.:
mount -o noatime,nodev /dev/discs/disc0/part1 /opt,
or by using /etc/fstab file and "mount -a" command.
If you mount the partition manually, it will not be re-mounted to a default mount point. If after mounting the drive you want to execute some additional scripts - to run the programs etc - it's a good idea to add several seconds sleep before doing so.
* Support for /ets/fstab, and mounting by label and UUID.
* Network File Sharing using built-in Samba server 2.0.10. Please check this post if you're experiencing problems copying files to Samba shares, and this post if you have issues with authenticated access to Samba shares.
* Printer server (p910nd 0.93) is included and started automatically if you enable printing support. Bidirectional copying can be disabled via GUI if it causes problems with your printer. Only one instance of printer server is started automatically, and listens on port 9100. If you need to support more than 1 printer, add commands to run additional instances of p910nd to your startup script. Follow these directions to set up your printer in Windows.
* USB Hotplug script - it can be useful for configuring USB devices after connecting them to the router or on boot-up, for example loading firmware into HP1018 or similar printer (there're some posts on page 11 of this thread with more details about HP1018 printer).
* Fixed slow running clock problem on Asus WL-520GU. After flashing this firmware you have to reboot the router at least once for clock to get fixed.
* Fixed WLAN LED on Asus WL-520GU, SES button and WLAN led on Asus WL500gP v1 and Buffalo WBR2-G54.
* Built-in FTP server daemon (vsftpd 2.1.0) with GUI.
* RTP l7 filter is updated to the latest official version (12/18/2008), removed experimental rtp-2 pattern.
* Added CGI scripts support to HTTP daemon - you can place your CGI scripts into "/www/ext/cgi-bin" folder, and they will be executed when you access them via http://<router_ip>/ext/cgi-bin/my_script_name.
* Included SpeedMod by Rodney H.
* Added new "NAT Target" setting to "Advanced -> Firewall" (SNAT or MASQUERADE).
* Upgraded Broadcom Wireless driver to version 184.108.40.206.
* UPnP daemon is replaced with MiniUPnPd with NAT-PMP support. UPnP is disabled by default.
* Added new "Regulatory Mode" setting (off|g|h) and "Country/Region" setting to "Advanced -> Wireless".
* Added wireless auto channel selection.
* Changed to use passive mode for wireless scan (generally should pick up more APs).
* Replaced JFFS2 filesystem driver by JFFS ver 1.3 from ray123 to provide more available JFFS space.