It is possible to enable the CLI access and execute commands for different purposes.

When enabled you can access:

  • DECT Manager
  • Base-stations

Open the web-interface and go to: SETTINGS - System - Web configurator - CLI access via SSH

  • Enter an CLI password

Connect via SSH using a program like putty.

  • Username: cli
  • Password: What you configured

DHCP options

Set DHCP options (Example remove DHCP option 66)

cli-config set network.lan.reqopts='114 120 125 43 51 54 58'

network.lan.reqopts='114 66 120 125 43 51 54 58'

Set DHCP options (Example remove DHCP option 66)

cli-config set network.lan.reqopts='114 120 125 43 51 54 58'

ifconfig eth0

View the configuration of the network interface


measure-dump [<options>]

-h            Show this help
-l            Lists all sites of which measurement logs are available, with information about number of files
-r <site(s)>  Remove the generated measure-dump.tar file (/tmp/pub/measure-dump.                   tar) and the measurement logs of given site(s) (dflt: all sites)
<site(s)>     Dump measurement of given site(s), if option is not provided, all sites will be dumped

Note: Don't forget to remove your measurement data, if download was successful.
Otherwise you might leave your data on the measurement device.

reset2factory hard

Needed to remove the N670 upgraded to N870 feature level

set network.lan.release=1

Send DHCP release when rebooting

sudo set network.lan.release=1 (Enable the DHCP release)

sudo set network.lan.release=0 (Disable the DHCP release, default setting)

set-power 1 

Set DECT Tx power to a specific value for example to force a handover

Set power to the lowest value

sudo set-power 1

Set power to the highest value

sudo set-power 10

Set power to the default value

sudo set-power 0

Setting per DECT base and does not survive a reboot


USAGE: scheduled-reboot --time=<HH:MM> --dow=<value> --check_intvl=<value>
 Creating a reboot scheduling plan
 --time=<HH:MM>: Time of day to reboot
 --dow=<value>: Comma separated list of days-of-week starting with 0
 e.g. "1" only on Mo
 "0,1,2,3,4,5,6" daily
 "0,2,4,6" Su,Tu,Th,Sa
 --check-intvl=<value>: 0 Means no check for any active call - reboot is executed as planned.
 --check-intvl=<value>: >0 Means how often an outstanding reboot call is suppressed if an call is active
 on that device and adding a delay of 5 min before next check-interval.
 When reaching the maximum check_intvl iteration while a call is still active, the
 current reboot job is skipped and shifted to the next reboot-job execution based
 on the scheduling plan. Default value is 0 -> no check.
 scheduled-reboot --time=clear
 Clearing the reboot scheduling plan
 scheduled-reboot --time=now
 reboots now without touching the scheduling plan
 scheduled-reboot --show
 show current reboot crontab-based entry


Usage: sysdump-all [<options>]
-h Show this help
-c add core dump
-s add css_ramdump
-x exclude rotated /var/log/messages*.gz
-b add sysdumps from all external bases
-i exclude last incident sysdump
-e exclude database dump
-d define output directory of the generated sysdump-all.tar file (dflt: /tmp/pub/sysdump-all.tar)


dump traffic on a network 


Dump all packets (except ssh) and pipe it to wireshark on Linux

bash -c 'ssh -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no cli@ sudo tcpdump -n -i any -U port !22 -w - | wireshark -k -i -'

whereami 10

Flashing the LEDs of the current device for 10s


Print the user name associated with the current effective user id

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