2008-02-04 21:58 - Tech
Around two years ago, I found OpenWRT, an open linux-based operating system specifically designed for the Linksys WRT54G series. It was a fantastic system. It's really powerful, but I found over time that after I had fun playing with it and setting it up, I really didn't make use of most of that.
Over the weekend, I switched to Tomato. It, also is linux based, and will provide a busybox-backed SSH terminal, if I want it. But the primo feature is the awesome web interface. It's beautiful, and flexible. The bandwidth graphs are truly awesome. I'm a happy camper with this software.