I have attempted to telnet into my Netgear Nighthawk r6900v2 from Windows10, Windows7 in a VM, Ubuntu linux.
I have attempted it with several different telnetenable scripts and the Python scripts - the attempts I thought were successful as I was able to deliver the package. But upon telnetting in and making the connection as well I am able to use "nvram show" command. When I try to burn the board ID though ?
bin/sh/ burnboardid not found
Any ideas on what's happening here or anyway to actually burn the board ID ?
Posted: Sun Feb 03, 2019 0:13 Post subject: Fix for those having telnet issues
If anyone is having issues with telnet refusing to connect after doing telnetenable successfully, be sure to downgrade your firmware first. The newer firmware versions block these connections. I had this issue and just downgraded to the initial release.
Joined: 03 Oct 2010 Posts: 45 Location: San Diego, CA USA
Posted: Sat Apr 18, 2020 20:04 Post subject:
Corona virus forces us to get more speed via a Netgear CM1100 gigabit cable modem ($109 refurb via Amazon.)
400M service nets us 250M around the house with the same setup up as 4 years ago when I started this thread.
The R6900 V1 still works OK! _________________ AC1900 (R6900 V1) with dd-wrt and CM1100 modem
WRT54GS V1 primary internet AP dd-wrt mega build 14929
WRT54G V4 repeater bridge dd-wrt mini build 13525 with Vonage and print server
WAP54G V2 client bridge dd-wrt micro build 13491M NEWD Eko feeding Free NAS (OFF for now)
WRT54GS V1 repeater bridge to an open access point across the street dd-wrt mega build 14929 <- Works good!
WRT54G V4 standby AP dd-wrt mini build 13525 (OFF until needed)