WNR3500L and Tomato

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WNR3500L and Tomato

Anyone install Tomato on the 3500L? I'm currently running DD-WRT but I want to use a USB HD not formated for Linux and I don't want to become a Linux genius in order to figure out how to modify DD-WRT to do this.

It seems that Tomato can pretty much do this by checking a few boxes in the set up screens.

I LOVE all the setting under DD-WRT but I really need easy access to a NAS HD. I need Port Forwarding but of course Tomato will have that. I like the ability to increase transmitter power but even if Tomato does not have this, I can live without it.

tcope's picture
Don't know why I cannot edit

Don't know why I cannot edit my initial post...

I see that Tomato does have the ability to increase transmitter power.

So... anyone install Tomato? How is the USD HD support?

achilles's picture
Tomato supports NAS interface

Tomato supports NAS interface ... but I can't see any GUI option to access NAS interface ... watever is done that z done through command line ... U can access the NAS through SSH and FTP ...

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Interesting thread over @

Interesting thread over @ LinkSysInfo. Looks like Tomato has been ported to the Gigabit N Asus RT-N16.

RT-N16 shares the same BroadCom CPU and features as WNR3500L. This Beta version is based on latest Tomato V1.27 using Kernel 2.6. According to the DEV/TeddyBear, WNR3500L could be supported in future.