Although the release notes have posted, the 22.214.171.124 has not been officially released yet. When it is available you will be able to download it from the link below.
Cisco SBSC Network Engineer
After looking a the release notes and the new issues discovered, how did this version make it past quality control? NTP is now worse than before, yes, I may want to pick my own time source and have my access rules with scheduling actually work when I bounce the router, and the VLAN "feature" STILL needs alot more work. Come on Cisco, us folks in the industry look to you for qualilty networking solutions, not half baked "rush to market" small business offerings. Here is a suggestion, design and enable the OS to perform the features that are presented to the person rather that having to perform kludgy workarounds.
Serious problems wih this firmware.
WebUI locks up consistently when selecting particular menu items, including:
Networking > LAN > VLAN Membership and Multiple VLAN Subnets
Security > RADIUS configuration
QoS > Profile Bindings
Also, the Edit Button does not work when editing any SSID under:
Wireless > Basic Settings
I have re-uploaded the firmware and factory defaulted the settings for the device 3 times now, with the same results.
I've tried skipping the initial setup wizard or running through it, though running through it is the only way to configure an SSID, as the Edit button is non-functioning.
It's sad, I was going to ship this off today client today for their home office. I had the entire thing configured, and did a final firmware update as I noticed this was out this morning.
Sheesh....IP/MAC binding does not work either....crashes the router, it reboots, and guess what time it thinks it is.......I find it hard to beliveve that your test "Engineers" actually test every feature before it is release to production. Seems I will have to get my Linksys with Tomato back online to perform any meaningful firewall use.....
I don´t think that Tomato FW is suitable for Small Business customer needs (Missing IPSec, tightly bound to Broadcom chipset etc.). I would recommend pfSense, m0nowall or IPCop.