Tomato Firmware

What Does Tomato Firmware Mean?

Tomato firmware is a type of firmware for wireless routers. It is a Linux core product with an Ajax-driven interface that helps to create quality in wireless networks. Telecom companies are promoting the use of Tomato firmware for its GUI and because it enables new wireless features such as WDS and wireless client modes.


Techopedia Explains Tomato Firmware

Tomato firmware was first released in 2006. As an open-source technology, tomato firmware helps with integration, access and much more. It is part of today's networking world in which telecom tower systems coexist with home wireless routers and other types of equipment to drive wireless signals nearly everywhere for advanced voice and data access. Tomato firmware helps to universalize the hardware process and enhance the consistency of network topologies.


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