> How long has CBOS 2.4.6 been out?
Resolved IssuesQuote:> Does this version break anything? I
> never saw CBOS 2.4.4, only 2.4.3 and earlier.
- CSCdx69035 - Upgrade via TFTP fails for C677
- CSCdx81478 - TFTP server port needs to be bound by default during
I just got done with my 2hours of hold time and a 10 min fix for my
companies Cisco 678 on Qwest. Here are the command line settings to
erase and rebuild your router if you are using Qwest for your ISP as
well as DSL. I'm sure alot of the setting are the same for other
ISP's but I would check with them before continuing with these steps.
Good luck everyone.
Logon to router
Go to 'Enable' mode by typing 'enable' and hitting enter
put in your 'enable' mode password (if you have one) and hit enter
you should be at the CBOS# prompt now (NOT CBOS>)
Set NVRAM ERASE
Set PPP WAN0-0 IPCP 0.0.0.0
Set PPP WAN0-0 DNS 0.0.0.0
Set PPP WAN0-0 Login <isp login name>
Set PPP WAN0-0 Password <isp password>
Set PPP RESTART Enable
Set NAT Enable
Set DHCP Server Enable
Set INT WAN0-0 VPI 0
Set INT WAN0-0 VCI 32
Set INT WAN0-0 Enable
Set PPP WAN0-0 Subnet 0.0.0.0
Set Password Exec <choose password>
Set Password En <choose password>
Set WEB Disable
Pull power plug out of router and shutdown your PC/Laptop for 2min
Power up the Router first and give it about 30 seconds to boot up
Power up your PC/Laptop after the Router has had time to Reboot
You now have a completely rebuilt Router, make sure that you add
static NAT entries for any services that you need to go to specific
machines (smtp, www, ftp etc.) and any static routes to get through
your firewall etc.