This page summarizes data needed to verify basic configuration settings, hardware, and status.
The Overview page is split into sections including System, Ethernet Ports State, WAN, LAN and Wireless.
Here, icons are shown representing Ethernet ports. The LED colours represent link speeds:
Blue = 1Gbps
Green = 100Mbps
Amber = 10Mbps
The inner part of each ethernet icon turns:
grey for half-duplex
black for full-duplex
NOTE: The blinking LED colour matches the link speed. However, the LEDs flashing interval is fixed; it doesn't represent amount of network activity.
Settings for the Ethernet Ports State graphic are in the Basic/Network menu.
Here you can find the WAN status. Information displayed here will vary based on the type of WAN connectivity (DHCP, PPPoE, etcetera)
Time: This is the real (clock) time.
Uptime: This shows how long the router has remained on since last being booted.
CPU Load: This is the proportion of time (in percent) the CPU is in use for running tasks/executing code.
Status: This indicates whether the router is connected to or disconnected from the Internet.
Connection Uptime: This displays the amount of time the router has been connected to the Internet during its current session.
Remaining Lease Time: This shows the amount of time left on the WAN port's current DHCP/IP lease.
Release: Clicking this button disconnects the router from the Internet/WAN.
The Wireless (2.4 GHz /ethx) and Wireless (5 GHz/ethy) section displays (model-dependent) information and status of the 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi interface andor 5 GHz Wi-Fi network interface on the router. You'll see one section for each frequency band supported by the hardware.
The Tomato (Linux) device name may be different than what's shown, depending on your hardware. Remember that Tomato (Linux) device name numbers begin at 0. For example, the first Wi-Fi interface might be eth0, while the second might be eth1.
Enable: Clicking this button will turn on the Wi-Fi radio shown under the same heading. This button only appears on some hardware.
Disable: Clicking this button will turn off the Wi-Fi radio shown under the same heading, disconnecting any client devices. This button only appears on some hardware.
Stop: Clicking on this button will stop the sampling of data used to update the Overview page. Selecting any interval rate
from the dropdown menu to the left, and then clicking Refresh will begin displaying data on the Overview page once again.
The data will be refreshed according to the setting selected in the Refresh menu.