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Seimon 762 DSL Router CLI

Seimon 762 DSL Router CLI

(OP)
We provide Seimon 762 ADSL routers for business customers and if we are assigning any addressing scheme to the routers other that Class A, B or C, (/30, /29, etc) the router won't accept it.

Our company has developed a script to flash the info to the router to bypass the restriction. If I want to go into the router later and change the DHCP lease time, I can't. Is there telnet, or CLI access into the router that will allow me to modify the lease time?

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RE: Seimon 762 DSL Router CLI

(OP)
FYI,

I found out the CLI command string to modify lease time on a Seimon 762 when the network is subnetted instead of a /24 size.

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RE: Seimon 762 DSL Router CLI

Are you going to post that CLI command in case someone else has the same problem?

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