For those who are interested, Shibby answered my question at this adress :
I've just updated my WNR3500Lv2 firmware to the latest Shibby Tomato release and it works great (thanks Shibby !).
Nevertheless, I'm a little bit surprised because, with the default installation, I see I have 6 different interfaces on my router, while I expected no more than 4 (loopback, eth WAN side, eth LAN side and Wi-Fi).
Here's the result of an ifconfig, it seems that Tomato have created two VLAN. Are those two VLAN necessary ? Can I remove them ? Perhaps the aim is to link the WiFi interface and the LAN interface into one logical ethernet ? But I can tell which interface are the right one ^^Could somebody help me ?
- br0 --> IP of my router, LAN side
- eth0 --> no IP, same MAC adress than br0
- eth1 --> no IP
- lo --> 127.0.0.1
- vlan1 --> no IP, same MAC adress than eth0 and br0
- vlan2 --> IP of my router, WAN side
Thanks a lot :)
P.S : this is quite the same post than http://www.myopenrouter.com/forum/thread/47851/Interfaces-on-my-WNR3500Lv2-with-Tomato/ (since I didn't know where to post my question :/)