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Sage

Re: Enabling telnet on R7000

> The point of me saying that was, they shouldn't be messing around with
> a shell if they can't figure out how to view and edit a page source.

   And my point was that your point was wrong; the two things have
approximately nothing to do with each other.

   A firm grasp on differential and integral calculus is a good thing,
too, but it, too, is generally irrelevant in this context.

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Re: Enabling telnet on R7000

So what you're telling me is someone with a firm understanding of GNU/Linux systems has never nor ever viewed a webpages source, and you shouldn't expect them to figure it out when you tell them it's there? Stop being obtuse.

 

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Sage

Re: Enabling telnet on R7000

> So what you're telling me is [...]

   What I said is what I said.  I was dealing with UNIX shells before
HTML existed.  The two topics are orthogonal.

> [...] Stop being obtuse.

   Yeah, right.

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Re: Enabling telnet on R7000

Yes, you're being obtuse if you can't see the connection at all. How did you learn to do what you do? Trial and error, understanding the methods of simple troubleshooting.

 

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Aspirant

Re: Enabling telnet on R7000

ARP table only available by telnet.

But R7000 dont save settings, and clear all table at  electric reboot... (or safe reboot va interface)

Model: R7000|Nighthawk AC1900 Dual Band WiFi Router
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Re: Enabling telnet on R7000

Set your sku to be the Chinese version Smiley Wink Lots of extras.

 

arp.png

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Luminary

Re: Enabling telnet on R7000

How do you chang that sku, please ?

And can you change it back to its origianl value ?

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Aspirant

Re: Enabling telnet on R7000

Sorry, I just see your answer :s

 

How do that plz?!

 

This    unlock    arp binding right?

 

Thank in advance!

 

(R7000 in   V1.0.9.34_10.2.36 actually)

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Guru

Re: Enabling telnet on R7000

IP/MAC binding does ensure that a MAC address can be used on one IP address on that very network. Useful for to ensure some security/firewall restrictions or additional capabilities. But then, most devices can put a fake MAC in place, so figure.....

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Aspirant

Re: Enabling telnet on R7000

Why you said that?

 

We all know  what  is an ARP binding... This thread is here to know "how use telnet", because netgear is a very bad developper and don't know add this in his interface as you can see.

 

 

> telnet : not save after reboot the arp binding

 

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Luminary

Re: Enabling telnet on R7000

I've updated to the latest version (1.0.9.60), factory reset the router but the NTE utility doesn't work now: any ideas on how to enable telnet ?

Tia.
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Sage

Re: Enabling telnet on R7000

> [...] the NTE utility doesn't work now: [...]

   After all this time, you still haven't learned how to ask a technical
question?

   See  "Message 20 of 36".  Like "not working", "doesn't work" is not
a useful problem description.  It does not say what you did.  It does
not say what happened when you did it.  As usual, showing actual actions
with their actual results (error messages, ...) can be more helpful than
vague descriptions or interpretations.

   Did it work before this latest firmware change?  Does it work if you
load an older firmwre version?

   Did you try any of the other suggestions in this thread, like, say,
"Message 14 of 36" or "Message 15 of 36"?  Others?

   It's not a supported feature.  Netgear could break it at any time.

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Luminary

Re: Enabling telnet on R7000

> After all this time, you still haven't learned how to ask a technical question?
A futile comment


>  See  "Message 20 of 36".  Like "not working", "doesn't work" is not a useful problem description.  It does not say what you did.  It does not say what happened when you did it.  As usual, showing actual actions with their actual results (error messages, ...) can be more helpful than vague descriptions or interpretations.
Error message: nte: FAIL.  No ACK message received.


>  Did it work before this latest firmware change?  Does it work if you load an older firmwre version?
Yes, it did work with previous firmwares


>  Did you try any of the other suggestions in this thread, like, say, "Message 14 of 36" or "Message 15 of 36"?  Others?
Yes and it didn't work


>  It's not a supported feature.  Netgear could break it at any time.

Yes, we know that


 

Message 38 of 40
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Sage

Re: Enabling telnet on R7000

> Error message: nte: FAIL.  No ACK message received.

   Ok.  And the command was?  Which part of "showing actual actions" was
unclear?  Are you using exactly the same command as when it worked?  (Is
it stored in a script, or are you just typing things in interactively?)
Are you using the right MAC address?  The right user name?  The right
password?  Add "debug" to your command line?

   What kind of computer are you using?

> Yes, it did work with previous firmwares

   Ok.

> > [...] Does it work if you load an older firmwre version?

   That's a different question.

> Yes and it didn't work

   "it"?  _WHAT_ "didn't work"?  Which parts of "showing actual actions
with their actual results (error messages, ...) can be more helpful than
vague descriptions or interpretations" were unclear?

Message 39 of 40
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Sage

Re: Enabling telnet on R7000

   Around here, it seems (still) to work with "V1.0.9.42_10.2.44", but
fails with "V1.0.9.60_10.2.60".  Given recent experience with Netgear
firmware releases, I wouldn't try to guess whether this represents an
intentional change.

   A settings reset and a manually set "admin" password (to seven
alpha-numeric characters) didn't help.

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