The USB Support menu is divided into sections, including USB Support and Attached Devices. The sections includes settings to enable or disable USB port support, configure USB-related printers and configure USB-attached storage settings.
Core USB Support: Checking this enables the Tomato USB driver/services for hardware equipped with USB ports. When Core USB Support is enabled, a series of more specific options become available for configuration. These options will depend on your router's specifications.
USB 3.0 Support: Checking this enables support for USB 3.x (xHCI) operation on USB 3.0 (or higher) ports. (Default: )
USB 2.0 Support: Checking this enables support for USB 2.0 (EHCI) operation on USB 2.0 (or higher) ports. (Default: )
USB 1.1 Support: Checking this enables support for:
USB Printer Support: Checking this loads the driver for USB printing support. (Default: ).
USB Storage Support: Checking this enables driver/service support for USB storage. (Default: ).
3G/4G Modem Support: Checking this enables Tomato's support for 3G/4G USB modem dongles. This allows you to use a cellular provider as an Internet source. For more details on 3G/4G modem settings, see the WAN Settings section on the Network page.
The Attached Devices section includes a table listing devices Tomato detects as attached to its USB ports. The table includes columns describing the device's Type, and the Host controller number on which the device was detected. The column headings also include a plain English Description of the media found and the media's status as mounted or unmounted.
If a drive is not mounted, clicking on the [Mount] option beside it will mount the drive, to a mountpoint as described earlier.
If a drive is mounted, clicking on the [Unmount] button will unmount the drive, leaving it ready to remove/disconnect.