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2008-04-25 07:50 AM
2008-04-25 08:33 AM
2008-04-25 10:20 AM
damole wrote: Account Name WGR614v6
Firmware Version V2.0.19_1.0.19
There isn't a diagnostics link for this router.
2008-04-26 11:28 AM
damole wrote: I found a work-a-round in another forum. Just check and uncheck the 'Default DMZ Server' box under WAN Setup and click apply.
2008-04-26 09:39 PM
jmizoguchi wrote: what actually help you with DMZ.. DMZ will not do any reboot the router function..
2008-04-26 09:48 PM
2011-03-16 05:36 AM
damole wrote: When you change certain settings of the router it needs to restart, DMZ is one of these.
2014-02-03 10:21 AM
SkipR wrote: If you looking for how to reboot the KWGR614 via the web GUI you get the same issue as WGR614 - it is not on the GUI menus. This above tip was helpful for the KWGR614 in as much as I found a work around for that model too. The DMZ did not cause a router restart (you can tell if it has worked just look at the log page before and after you do this).
To reboot the KWGR614 via the web GUI goto "Basic Settings" page and just press "apply" button and it will reboot (as shown in log page of KWGR614 which says "System initializing..." )
2014-02-10 09:24 AM
2014-02-10 09:42 AM
Well, this wasn't too hard. Here's is a wget script that will quietly reboot the router upon execution:
SamirD wrote: So now that we've figured out how to reboot the router through the web interface, anyone figured out how to automate it yet?
From what I can tell, there's several html files called by the basic router configuration page. But I can't tell which one is being used for the reboot. Anyone have any clues?
I'd like to make this as part of a reboot script that will automatically reboot the router when there's a loss in ping.