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  • #5183
    Mrk26
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    I doubt that this command will save cap in modem settings. If you type bcm_xdslctl profile –show, it’s actually show current vdsl settings so nothing to do with cap? Most likely type of connection, vectoring, g.inp etc… and these settings you can save with bcm_xdslctl profile–save, but not cap?

    • This reply was modified 2 days, 7 hours ago by Mrk26.
    #5184
    UK SentinelUK Sentinel
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    xdslctl profile –save (worth a try)

    I assume the other commands work – xdslctl profile [–show] [–save] [–restore] etc.

    In a completely sane world, madness is the only freedom (J.G.Ballard).

    #5186
    Mrk26
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    Some of the settings showed with command profile– show, can’t be changed so there is no really point to save profile as the one which are needed may not be restored properly, and every time profile is restored it will cause lost of connection, so I personally will avoid those to not upset DLM with frequent disconnections. Maybe is worth to look into case why router need to be rebooted so frequently? If there is a cap in place reboots should be avoided to prove line stability.

    • This reply was modified 2 days, 5 hours ago by Mrk26.
    #5189
    UK SentinelUK Sentinel
    Moderator

    I will dig out my DSL-AC88U tomorrow and have a play with the cmd – “xdslctl profile –save”

    Would be interested if it does help @black bird

    In a completely sane world, madness is the only freedom (J.G.Ballard).

    #5190
    Mrk26
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    Can’t believe you still keep it :-D

    #5191
    UK SentinelUK Sentinel
    Moderator

    Can’t believe you still keep it :-D

    Makes a great door stop

    In a completely sane world, madness is the only freedom (J.G.Ballard).

    #5192
    GrisuGrisu
    Participant

    There is a possibility on Asus routers with stock firmware to start scripts from attached USB-stick.

    Search in SNB forum for RT-AC68U stock firmware USB start script, you should find some threads about it how to do. Will be same on DSL tpyes.

    #5193
    Black BirdBlack Bird
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    then it gives the result

    / # bcm_xdslctl profile –save

    bcm_xdslctl  –save is only supported from Linux404 on ward

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    #5196
    krvi
    Participant

    There is a possibility on Asus routers with stock firmware to start scripts from attached USB-stick. Search in SNB forum for RT-AC68U stock firmware USB start script, you should find some threads about it how to do. Will be same on DSL tpyes.

    I have not found the script_usbmount nvram variable, which I believe you are referring to, in the DSL-AC88U.

    I do not know about the jffs2_exec nvram variable.

    #5198
    GrisuGrisu
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    #5200
    UK SentinelUK Sentinel
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    I assume the other commands work – xdslctl profile [–show] [–save] [–restore] etc.

    Yes, just tried it myself, and also receive the same message – (is only supported from Linux404 on ward)

    But bcm_xdslctl profile –show works correctly

    In a completely sane world, madness is the only freedom (J.G.Ballard).

    #5202
    Mrk26
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    <p style=”text-align: left;”>From my previous experience only settings which are in administration / dsl settings can be easily changed plus speed cap, when I tried change something else simply doesn’t work…</p>
    Not sure if all because of fw or could be that broadcom blocked some as well.

    #5203
    UK SentinelUK Sentinel
    Moderator

    <p style=”text-align: left;”>From my previous experience only settings which are in administration / dsl settings can be easily changed plus speed cap, when I tried change something else simply doesn’t work…</p> Not sure if all because of fw or could be that broadcom blocked some as well.

    That was my thought, I believe Telnet commands are intentionally very limited for these Diagnostic/debug firmware’s.

    In a completely sane world, madness is the only freedom (J.G.Ballard).

    #5204
    Mrk26
    Participant

    Yes, looks like it, why users should be able to make this router working properly :-D

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