What Is The Difference Between DD-WRT and Tomato firmware?

DD-WRT is a more popular and well-known firmware. Routers equipped with DD-WRT are preferred for Wireless Repeaters and Client Bridge modes, as well as WiFi HotSpots. 

Tomato has been rated by many customers as being more user-friendly and has the ability to support two OpenVPN client connections side by side, meaning you can save the addresses for these two VPN locations within the firmware and easily switch between them. Tomato also includes an advanced QoS that can help allocate bandwidth for preferred activities.

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