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R7000 Temp??

Can I view the temps in the stock firmware, If so how??
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Virtuoso

Re: R7000 Temp??

You can do that if you can get telnet to the router going. This command will give the country temperature :

cat /proc/dmu/temperature


And there is a way to get the radio temperatures that I forget at the moment.

But first you need to get logged into the embedded Linux in your router.
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Virtuoso

Re: R7000 Temp??

RogerSC wrote:
You can do that if you can get telnet to the router going. This command will give the country temperature :

cat /proc/dmu/temperature

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I hate spelling correction...I typed the above on my iPad, and it corrected "CPU" to "country" somehow. This should say that the above command will give the CPU temperature, not the "country" temperature *sigh*.

Sorry.
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Aspirant

Re: R7000 Temp??

How do i get telnet going on the new firmware & on windows 7?
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Re: R7000 Temp??

I put ddwrt on it yesterday to get the temps & flashed it back to stock. Today I replaced all the stock thermal pads with Fujipoly Sarcon XR-m with thermal Conductivity of 17 W/mk. Tonight I'll flash ddwrt back to it and get the temps and compare.
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Re: R7000 Temp??

Here are the results of my test, some of you overclockers might be interested.

Stock Thermal Pads:


Fujipoly Sarcon XR-m Thermal Pads:
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