Is there a script power level wifi schedule?

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Is there a script power level wifi schedule?

Post by shadowd » Wed May 20, 2015 8:04 am

Hi.
I'm using RouterTech Firmware v2.95 on D-Link G-624T. Can somebody help me to find a script that set "Power Level" automatically? I would set a power level 6% in the evening and full in morning.
Can anyone help me??
I red posts and guides on routertech.org but I didn't find anything.
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Re: Is there a script power level wifi schedule?

Post by thechief » Wed May 20, 2015 5:23 pm

There is no built-in script to do it.
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Re: Is there a script power level wifi schedule?

Post by shadowd » Thu May 21, 2015 7:29 am

Ok. Is there anything that help to do this? A telnet command tostart with telnet scripter. I need becouse I sleep behind router and a lower power helps with unautorized access... I'm already using white list.
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Re: Is there a script power level wifi schedule?

Post by thechief » Thu May 21, 2015 8:40 am

Unauthorised access is best prevented by a strong WPA2 passcode.

If you really want to do something to the settings, then you will need to dig deep into the innards of the command line interface, which is hardly documented. Start by reading cm_cli.pdf.
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