T-Mobile router TM-AC1900 is a cheap alternative of Asus RT-AC68U. But it is not supported by Asus, i.e, unable to upgrade to its latest firmware version. To use latest feature —Asus AiMesh, it
Updated: 28-June-2020. Stable: RT-AC87U: 384.13_10 RT-AC3200: 384.13_10 Others: 384.18 Beta: none So we decided to install Tomato on it. There are different Tomato distribution out there but most of them are outdated. Shibby is a very polish guy who dedicate his spare time writing good Tomato distribution for various router. Here is a tutorial on how we installed Tomato from Shibby on our router. Download the ASUS RT-AC66U Firmware Restoration T-Mobile router TM-AC1900 is a cheap alternative of Asus RT-AC68U. But it is not supported by Asus, i.e, unable to upgrade to its latest firmware version. To use latest feature —Asus AiMesh, it Tomato is a small, lean and simple replacement firmware for Linksys' WRT54G/GL/GS, Buffalo WHR-G54S/WHR-HP-G54 and other Broadcom-based routers. It features a new easy to use GUI, a new bandwidth usage monitor, more advanced QOS and access restrictions, enables new wireless features such as WDS and wireless client modes, raises the limits on maximum connections for P2P, allows you to run your DD-WRT. DD-WRT is easily the biggest player when it comes to open-source router firmware. They've been around for long enough to establish themselves, and they support more routers than anyone else. There are even people selling routers with DD-WRT already flashed on them. It's pretty safe to say that flashing DD-WRT on most routers is a good idea. Alan, I have followed your steps, but I can't make it working. I only have a RT-AC68U with tomato and a Netgear GS108E. I have created the various VLANs. I have configured all VLANs Tagged to Port 4. I configured the Switch Port 8 with membership to all VLAN IDs (1, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50). Port 8 is configured as Tagged.
The RT-AC68P vs RT-AC68U question is a little moot, so to speak, only because the RT-AC68P fixed a bug that was present in the RT-AC68U version. Earlier, the wireless signal from the router was a little unstable n the USB 3.0 port, but now that has been corrected in the P version, with the USB 3.0 storage performance being faster than the older
I just bought the Asus RT-AC68U and it is a very capable router with many features, even with just the stock firmware. But Tomato and Advanced Tomato can be flashed onto it if needed. It is a "precautionary" step before installing 3rd party firmware such as DD-WRT or Tomato. Why? Because sometimes a factory update will update hardware issues such as memory size, which cannot be changed with 3rd party firmware. How to Update Router Firmware? Step 1. Download the firmware / Archives for tomato. 2017/04/01 By Alex 1,659 Comments. Flashing TM-AC1900 to RT-AC68U/P. Here's the simplest method I know of for flashing a TM-AC1900 to a RT-AC68U or RT-AC68P. As this is a free resource please write questions in the comments below - do not call or email my business or use contact form. Your warranty is now void.
Version 3.5-140 () MD5 ; RT-AC68U-AT-ARM-3.5-140-AIO-64K.trx: 21.79M: 8b5fbf86fcbb0b1c5e6452fc3bf2175a: 11,924: Download: RT-AC68U-AT-ARM-3.5-140-VPN-64K.trx
Amazon's Choice for RT-AC68U. Asus AC1900 Dual Band Gigabit WiFi Router with MU-Mimo, Aimesh for Mesh WIFI System, Aiprotection Network Security Powered by Trend Micro, Adaptive Qos and Parental Control (RT-AC68U),Black. 4.2 out of 5 stars 5,535. $138.92 $ 138. 92 $149.99 $149.99. I am trying to configure tomato as an AP and setup an isolated Guest Network (via VLANS?) I have untangled as my firewall, and a cheap TP-LINK managed switch that supports VLANS. I spent all day downgrading, refreshing my T-Mobile/ASUS TM-AC1900 to a RT-AC68U, then to Advance Tomato 3.4-140 K26ARM USB AIO-64K.