|Well, in the first place, that article pertains to using DD-WRT and you claim to be using Tomato|
Do you see a problem with this?
I looked the article over and all I can say is, I see nothing in there about the CLI. It looks to me like it's all done in the GUI. I use Tomato on WRT54GL's at work (using them as WAP's) and I can tell you this, Tomato has no CLI like a managed switch. Being linux based, the command line is linux, not a proprietary CLI.
You might want to try rereading the page you linked and put the version of DD-WRT on your router that they recommend.
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