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TG582n Command Line Interface (CLI) Reference Guide

edpgc
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TG582n Command Line Interface (CLI) Reference Guide

Hi
Has anyone got a link to a CLI reference guide for the plusnet supplied TG582n.
Many thanks.
Ed
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Re: TG582n Command Line Interface (CLI) Reference Guide

Try http://wiki.aa.org.uk/index.php/TG582N further down the page http://wiki.aa.org.uk/index.php/File:TG582n_CLI_Guide_v1.0_public.pdf but no instructions mind, it's just a list of commands  Roll eyes
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Re: TG582n Command Line Interface (CLI) Reference Guide

There's a CLI guide for the 10.2 firmware here: http://www.speedtouch.ca/pdf/TG582n-manual.pdf
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Re: TG582n Command Line Interface (CLI) Reference Guide

and npr has constructed a pretty good guide to the commonly used CLI commands here http://npr.me.uk/telnet.html
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Re: TG582n Command Line Interface (CLI) Reference Guide

There's some cli reference guides here, they have been extracted from the router by Alex (the site owner).
They are the ones ending with "v2.0.pdf.7z", the advantage is they also show hidden commands.
http://download.modem-help.co.uk/mfcs-A/Alcatel/Modems/TG582n/v1/Manuals/CLI-Reference/
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Re: TG582n Command Line Interface (CLI) Reference Guide

gatecrashing! IIRC there is one that allows event logs to be retained longer for viewing. Can someone point me to it, please?
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Re: TG582n Command Line Interface (CLI) Reference Guide

I wish I could find one to dump the log to text file on my computer.
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Re: TG582n Command Line Interface (CLI) Reference Guide

@lucerne
Do you mean get a fuller log from telnet? - syslog msgbuf show hist=enabled
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Re: TG582n Command Line Interface (CLI) Reference Guide

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I wish I could find one to dump the log to text file on my computer.

http://npr.me.uk/telnet.html#syslog
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Re: TG582n Command Line Interface (CLI) Reference Guide

Yeah, but I need to have some client running to receive it. I'd rather have the router simply write a text file to my hard drive on its own.
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Re: TG582n Command Line Interface (CLI) Reference Guide

For the Thomson you need the following from a command prompt - make sure you are either in the directory you want to save the file, or specify the full pathname
telnet -f filename.txt 192.168.1.254
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Re: TG582n Command Line Interface (CLI) Reference Guide

You could run a telnet script on a PC to issue Anotherone's command.
Automate it to run once every day or so, save the result and tidy up the with sed.
Good luck Wink
http://npr.me.uk/scripting.html
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Re: TG582n Command Line Interface (CLI) Reference Guide

OK, thanks AO. I can't access your site at the moment, npr, "connection reset". I'll try again later.
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Re: TG582n Command Line Interface (CLI) Reference Guide

@AO tthat's the one! Thank you!  Smiley
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