Factory settings for a 7530

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  • #5992
    hushcoden
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    Hello,

    just got a Fritzbox 7530 from my new ISP and was wondering if there is a way to reset/delete all ISP settings, such as TR-069, etc. ?

    Does it router have any kind of superuser login (like with Zyxel ones) which would allow me to completely reset it and make it a kind of a vanilla router ?

    Tia.

    #5993
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    When you logon to Fritz!Box, go to top right of UI and there should be three dots, click that and an option to change view from Standard View to Advanced View should be presented (slide bar).

    But as yours is ISP supplied, this maybe changed from stock build

    To factory reset, On the left-hand menu, click System, then on Backup. Click the Factory Settings tab. Click on Load Factory Settings. You will then be prompted to confirm you wish to factory reset the router (or very similar to this).

     

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    #5996
    XRW
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    can u show screenshot of TR-69 page ?  would like to see if options are grayed out

    i cant find demo UI

    #5997
    hushcoden
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    Meanwhile I did swap it with my Zyxel VMG1312-B10A and I also gained 3.5Mbs in downstream and 2 Mbs in upstream, go figure…

    I’ve just checked with the fritzbox being not connected to the Internet and unfortunately the option is not there anymore, well, it’s not visible anymore…

    It was in Diagnostics –> Security under the entry FRITZ!Box Services

    So, if the router is off-line the TR-069 option is hidden, so weird… and yes the edit button was greyed-out, so impossible to change the settings…

    P.S.

    The ISP is Zen.

    #5998
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    Is the option to change view to Advanced View available ?

    Your Fritz!Box uses the Dakota DSL chipset, so looks like it synchs slighter better than the Broadcom 63168 chipset in your Zyxel  which is a best average nowadays.

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    #5999
    Grisu
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    it is downside on the left (in grey)

    View: standard or advanced (shoud be shown for all possible visible)

    I deleted remote config user TR-069 so I cant see it anymore on my router.

    Yes it is possible to load open firmware on these routers, but much to complicated and not neccessary for me. Might not be that complicated but for me it seems to be and there are few informations how to do, most are to be found between the lines of 150 pages threads for experienced linux users. Somehow while booting you have to break in and start some commands, then you can load your open firmware in parallel and start it instead of original restricteds one from provider. Newer boxes have 2 firmwares which could toggle on failure AFAIK. Might be a much to simple explanation, but as first step what and where to look for.

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    #6001
    hushcoden
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    Yes, advanced view is enabled. As for the rooter chipset, it seems my ECI line is better off with a Broadcom chipset…

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    Yes, advanced view is enabled. As for the rooter chipset, it seems my ECI line is better off with a Broadcom chipset…

    Why do you think that, Fritz!Boxs are usually good, so hopefully ZEN got it working well for you with the 7530 and its Dakota DSL chipset for your ECI connected line ?

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    #6005
    hushcoden
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    Why do you think that, Fritz!Boxs are usually good, so hopefully ZEN got it working well for you with the 7530 and its Dakota DSL chipset for your ECI connected line ?

    Fritzbox 7530:  Down 60.5Mbs / Up 17Mbs

    VMG1312-B10A:  Down 64Mbs / Up 19Mbs

    #6006
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    I see, I mistakenly understood your previous post as though the Fritz!Box had synched better than the Zyxel.

    Yes agreed, from a synch perspecive, the Zyxel does out perform the Fritz!box

     

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    #6007
    hushcoden
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    it is downside on the left (in grey) View: standard or advanced (shoud be shown for all possible visible) I deleted remote config user TR-069 so I cant see it anymore on my router. Yes it is possible to load open firmware on these routers, but much to complicated and not neccessary for me. Might not be that complicated but for me it seems to be and there are few informations how to do, most are to be found between the lines of 150 pages threads for experienced linux users. Somehow while booting you have to break in and start some commands, then you can load your open firmware in parallel and start it instead of original restricteds one from provider. Newer boxes have 2 firmwares which could toggle on failure AFAIK. Might be a much to simple explanation, but as first step what and where to look for.

    Thanks for the info and as I’m not so experienced, at least not with Linux, so it’s no go for me…

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