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RST_conn_status not visible web page not readable after V1.0.0.68_1.0.1 firmware update

cloc3
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RST_conn_status not visible web page not readable after V1.0.0.68_1.0.1 firmware update

firmware: V1.0.0.68_1.0.1

OS linux

browser: firefox or chromium

as in subject, the administration page http://192.168.0.1/cgi-bin/RST_conn_status.asp is no more visible after upgrade to last firmware update. this happens both using firefox or chromium browser on linux platform. this makes inpossible to stop or start connections without rebooting router.

my router model should be:

D6000 – AC750 WiFi Modem Router - 802.11ac Dual Band Gigabit

Model: AC1450|Gigabit Smart WiFi router
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antinode
Guru

Re: RST_conn_status not visible web page not readable after V1.0.0.68_1.0.1 firmware update

> [...] the administration page
> http://192.168.0.1/cgi-bin/RST_conn_status.asp is no more visible after
> upgrade to last firmware update. [...]

   Are you trying to get to that page directly (bookmark?), or are you
clicking on the "Stato connessione"(?) button/control?

   On my D7000 (V1.0.1.64_1.0.1), which could be different, the
"Connection Status" control leads to "RST_st_poe.htm".  This sort of
thing can change from one firmware version to another.  And, when
people at Netgear change such file names, they don't always change them
everywhere they appear in the web-server files.

   If you're looking for adventure, then there are "Netgear Telnet
Enable" programs which can let you explore the files on your router.  (I
use the one which I modified: http://antinode.info/nte .)

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cloc3
Aspirant

Re: RST_conn_status not visible web page not readable after V1.0.0.68_1.0.1 firmware update

the problem appears both clicking on the "Connection Status" button (as you see on the appended image) or opening the link in a new tab.

 

the file "RST_st_poe.htm" you suggest seems not found in my system.

 

about nte kit, I try to download and to compile it, with this result:

./nte m=B0:7F:B9:F8:67:E6 n=192.168.0.1 u=admin p=mypass

nte: FAIL. No ACK message received.

 

I think this is a problem for developers, which should make a new update, fixing the link.

 

 

 

 

Message 3 of 7
antinode
Guru

Re: RST_conn_status not visible web page not readable after V1.0.0.68_1.0.1 firmware update

> the problem appears both clicking on the "Connection Status" button
> (as you see on the appended image) or opening the link in a new tab.

   If the "Connection Status" control fails, then it sounds like a
firmware bug.  (It wouldn't be the first one like this.)

> ./nte m=B0:7F:B9:F8:67:E6 n=192.168.0.1 u=admin p=mypass
> nte: FAIL. No ACK message received.

   That command looks good to me, if that's your router's LAN-port MAC
address, and its IP address, and if there are no shell-special
characters in "mypass".  It works around here:

deb84# cat /etc/debian_version
8.10

deb84# ./nte n=10.0.0.1 m=50:6A:03:E9:AE:86 u=admin p=password
nte: Received ACK message.  Telnet access should be enabled.

> I think this is a problem for developers, which should make a new
> update, fixing the link.

   I agree, but getting anyone at Netgear to look at it might not be
easy.

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stagj
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Re: RST_conn_status not visible web page not readable after V1.0.0.68_1.0.1 firmware update

I too am having this issue - since updating my D6000 from 1.0.0.67 to 1.0.0.68 the "Connection Status" (http://192.168.0.1/cgi-bin/RST_conn_status.asp) popup window is blank.

 

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Hunaid786
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Re: RST_conn_status not visible web page not readable after V1.0.0.68_1.0.1 firmware update

I have the same problem, WTF are the developers thinking, it's been months now still no update or fix for it. Won't be buying a Netgear Modem hence forth.
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stagj
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Re: RST_conn_status not visible web page not readable after V1.0.0.68_1.0.1 firmware update

Updated to the latest V1.0.0.75_1.0.1.

Now they've just removed the button to open the connection status page.

FFS this is not the solution Netgear! Why force us to reboot, dropping all LAN connections and disrupting everything even more just to reconnect? Get your act together this is a joke

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