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r7000p and Telnet

leroybaobab
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r7000p and Telnet

Hi

 

Is telnet enabled by default on the R7000P? I surely did not enable it?

 

snip from debug console.log.txt

 

386.480000] 4299 admin 1720 S update_device_info
<4>[ 386.480000] 4378 admin SW [ telnetDBGD ]
<4>[ 386.480000] 4379 admin SW [ acktelnetDBGD ]
<4>[ 386.480000] 4380 admin SW [checkSBusTimeou]
<4>[ 386.480000] 4384 admin SW [NU TCP]
<4>[ 386.480000] 4385 admin SW [NU UDP]

 

I also stumbled upon this:

>[ 11.130000] bcm_robo_gphy_config: gphy config done for port 4    ??

 

 

thanks

Model: R7000P|Nighthawk AC2300 Smart WiFi Router with MU-MIMO
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leroybaobab
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Re: r7000p and Telnet

Btw I always block these services after a factory reset

 

Port IP
  1 FTP 20..21 all
  2 RTELNET 107 all
  3 RLOGIN 513 all
  4 Telnet 23 all
  5 SSH 22 all
Model: R7000P|Nighthawk AC2300 Smart WiFi Router with MU-MIMO
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antinode
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Re: r7000p and Telnet

> r7000p and Telnet

 

   Firmware version?

 

> Is telnet enabled by default on the R7000P? [...]

 

   I doubt it.  What happens if you try to make a Telnet connection to
the router?

 

> snip from debug console.log.txt

 

   Obtained how, exactly?

 

> <4>[ 386.480000] 4378 admin SW [ telnetDBGD ]
> <4>[ 386.480000] 4379 admin SW [ acktelnetDBGD ]

 

   What do you think that those messages prove?  What happens if you try
to make a Telnet connection to the router?


   I know nothing, but my guess would be that those processes are
related to _enabling_ Telnet access, and that neither is an actual
Telnet server (which I'd expect to look like "/sbin/telnetd").

 

> Btw I always block these services after a factory reset
> [...]

 

   "block" how, exactly?  Are you worried about external access to
something, or access to the router from within your LAN, or what?

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