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Full Service System List 8.C.M.0 FTTC Required

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Full Service System List 8.C.M.0 FTTC Required

Hi, all
Anybody got a full default/unchanged full service system list for a TG582n 8.C.M.0 FTTC please. I've got myself into a pickle and lost my original. I think the command is as follows for the full list. The list is a bit long winded  Smiley
service system list expand=enabled
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Re: Full Service System List 8.C.M.0 FTTC Required

Yes that command is correct or just "service system list" for a briefer version.
The following link will show the default settings, look in the
[ servmgr.ini ] section. The settings are unlikely to have changed between firmware versions.
http://beusergroup.co.uk/technotes/index.php?title=582n_default_config
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Re: Full Service System List 8.C.M.0 FTTC Required

Cheers npr,
Perfect  Smiley
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Re: Full Service System List 8.C.M.0 FTTC Required

I think the exact setup of that servmgr.ini section is somewhat specific to O2, considering all those IP addresses added for remote access to various services, and also the wan ping responder appears to have been enabled.
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Re: Full Service System List 8.C.M.0 FTTC Required

It's listed as "default config"----- it clearly is not  Embarrassed
Those IP addresses and ping responder settings are not the default for O2. 
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Re: Full Service System List 8.C.M.0 FTTC Required

I'm only using it as a guide. So all good Smiley
@ejs i think the ping responder is enabled, but for lan only
14 PING_RESPONDER   icmp                      8                                 
        Description................ ICMP echo responder
        Properties................. server
        Attributes................. state aclip aclif aclifgroup map log qoslabel routelabel natpmweight
        User Managed Attributes.... state aclip aclif aclifgroup log natpmweight
        Attribute Values :
        State...................... enabled
        QOS Label.................. None
        Route Label................ None
        NAT Portmap Weight ........ 30
        Ip Access List............. any
        Interface Access List...... any
        Interface Group Access List lan
        Map List................... 8
        Logging.................... disabled

Also i didn't see earlier that all none standard settings have a label like so "(administratively) disabled"