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PostPosted: Mon Jan 02, 2017 12:16 pm 
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thechief wrote:
I see - you are not currently running RT firmware. Well, we need to see a copy of your environment. Login to the router via telnet or ssh, and supply the output of this command:

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cat /proc/ticfg/env


Hello Cheif, I managed to bring my router back on wireless but only has one problem left, it does not have Ethernet mac address, when i do SSH connection it opens a CLI session which does not support the echo command, please help in using this command on aztech dsl605ew router.

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wazz101 wrote:
thechief wrote:
I see - you are not currently running RT firmware. Well, we need to see a copy of your environment. Login to the router via telnet or ssh, and supply the output of this command:

Code:
cat /proc/ticfg/env


Hello Cheif, I managed to bring my router back on wireless but only has one problem left, it does not have Ethernet mac address, when i do SSH connection it opens a CLI session which does not support the echo command, please help in using this command on aztech dsl605ew router.

Thanks

I think you need to check your ssh client's configuration settings (or change it). If you can't see the output of the CLI session, then your options are severely limited.

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