Welcome to the official website of the FreshTomato firmware project, a system based on Linux, dedicated for routers with Broadcom chipset and distributed on the GPL license.

FCC ID: Q87-E2500. Supported by Tomato RAF, Toastman and Shibby 2.0 Broadcom BCM5358U @ 300 MHz 64 MB 8 MB 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz 10A2 Supported by Tomato RAF, Toastman, and Shibby 3.0 Broadcom BCM5358U 64 MB 16 MB 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz 10A3 Includes USB port The Linksys E2500 was a router released by Linksys around April 2011. It features a Broadcom BCM43236 dual-band wireless chip. It has 4, 10/100 ethernet ports, and a single 10/100 WAN port. Apr 15, 2020 · The Linksys E2500 default password and username are always the same when the router is first installed, but you can (and should) change both to something unique and considerably more secure. The only downfall to that, of course, is that these new, more complicated, words and numbers are easier to forget than a blank username and admin. 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. Nov 03, 2014 · I’ll assume that you are using the same make and model hardware with the same firmware installed on both routers. In may case, I’m using two ASUS RT-N66U wireless-N routers. Each router has been flashed with a Tomato mod, built by ‘Shibby’. Host Router Setup. Login to your host (primary) router and navigate to: Basic > Network So I did some further research, and decided to try tomato even though I was taking a risk and flashing from dd-wrt to tomato. I did a factory reset, and tried to tftp tomato for the E2500 v3. It also did not flash and I still had the same dd-wrt big firmware. Posted: Sun May 04, 2014 20:56 Post subject: Recovering a bricked E2500 from bad build (Success!) I have a Linksys E2500 (V2) I started the process of flashing it with the recommended trail build dd-wrt.v24-21061_NEWD-2_K2.6_mini-e2500.bin, and that flashed fine.

I have owned an E4200 v1 for a couple years and after trailing out DD-WRT and Tomato, I would say that Tomato is the way to go for E4200 v1. E4200 V2 is not supported so I cannot speak for it. I know that DD-WRT for E4200 is a WIP and has major issues including …

5 Tips For Getting The Most Out of Your Tomato Router Jul 13, 2011 Support for linksys E2500 - TomatoUSB Support for linksys E2500 Forum » Discussions / Request for features » Support for linksys E2500 Started by: lissny (guest) Date: 04 Mar 2012 13:59 Number of posts: 21 RSS: New posts

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5 Tips For Getting The Most Out of Your Tomato Router Jul 13, 2011 Support for linksys E2500 - TomatoUSB Support for linksys E2500 Forum » Discussions / Request for features » Support for linksys E2500 Started by: lissny (guest) Date: 04 Mar 2012 13:59 Number of posts: 21 RSS: New posts