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Making a "restore" disk for linksys routers>

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by kwmnov, Feb 19, 2009.

  1. kwmnov

    kwmnov Guest

    Hello all. This is a little more technical question but I hope some one can help me out. I am trying to find a way to make an automated utility to run from disk to apply a backup to a linksys router. The reason being is that I am a tech for a repair center and lately I have had to reconfigure more routers then I would like to count. So I want to find a way to make my customers a disk after I configure there router so that if they need to reset it in the future, they can just pop in the disk and it will apply the backup.

    I have done some research and all I can find is that I will have to use javascript or a batch file. Which I am more than capable of doing I just don't know where to start. If some one has any insight on how to accomplish this task please respond.

    Thanks a lot for any info.

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