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A Netgear DG-814 Question:
When you turn it off and leave it off for say... a minute, does it drop any
routing table it might have cached do you think?
Does anyone know if there is a switch/command/whatever that might force it
to drop all it's information?
Lawrence Stromski wrote:
: A Netgear DG-814 Question:
: When you turn it off and leave it off for say... a minute, does it drop any
: routing table it might have cached do you think?
Most certainly! The DG814 only keeps any "static routes" you may have defined
(but it's not normal to do so) over a reboot.
: Does anyone know if there is a switch/command/whatever that might force it
: to drop all it's information?
Making almost *ANY* change to the DG814 will cause a reboot - and thus a
fresh routing table!
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