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Topic # 126980 25-Jul-2013 18:22
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Is there a specific list of telnet commands for these modems? How and where do I look at my VDSL profile? Not that I am complaining with the GUI reporting 38MB down and 10MB up after only 3 days with Telecom's new Ultra VDSL service.

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  Reply # 866108 25-Jul-2013 19:06
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I think if you Google something like  "TG589vn CLI Manual" you can get a PDF- I did but sorry can not remember exact search string

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  Reply # 868819 30-Jul-2013 19:12
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It seems that "xdsl info expand=enabled" is the command that I am looking for. I now have no idea what the output means :)

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  Reply # 868988 30-Jul-2013 23:37
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nix: It seems that "xdsl info expand=enabled" is the command that I am looking for. I now have no idea what the output means :)


the following link is to a very informative post that covers what you're after; specifically check out the DLM profile section.

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=90&topicid=105744

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  Reply # 869039 31-Jul-2013 08:32
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Ah yes, thanks for that. The first post of that thread is great. The rest of it is very daunting!


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