Turn off LEDs option in Shibby

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by whoisnader, May 25, 2014.

  1. whoisnader

    whoisnader Networkin' Nut Member

    Hello all, hope someone can help me.

    I know there use to be an option in tomato shibby to disable the LEDs on the back of my Linksys e4200 but it appears that it can't find it anymore. After a full reset the other day, this router now lights up my room.

    Running shibby v119.

    Can anyone confirm the option is still there?
  2. kthaddock

    kthaddock Network Guru Member

    root@USER:/tmp/home/root# stealthMode help
    stealthMode Sunset v0.10 by Monter
    Usage: stealthMode {on|off|sun <city_code>|sun_off|sch_on <H> <M>|sch_off <H> <M >|sch_clear|clear_all}

    [Standard mode]
    on | off - enable or disable steathMode in real time

    [Sunset mode]
    sun <city_code> - will daily get the sunrise and sunset times of a specific
    location automatically and activate Sunset mode
    To be able to determine your <city_code> you need to first
    go to http://weather.yahoo.com/ and look up your location
    The last NUMBERS in the URL will be your <city_code>
    Example: "stealthMode sun 514048" if you live in Poznan/Pol and ;)
    This feature requires a working Internet connection
    sun_off - fully deactivate Sunset mode

    [Scheduled mode]
    sch_on <H> <M> - set the hour and minutes of the scheduled enable/disable
    sch_off <H> <M> stealthMode in Standard mode and adding jobs to the Crontab
    Hour and minute time must be a numbers without any addition al
    characters, where hour is a mandatory parameter, while not
    specifying an minute will assign a default 00 value
    These options add just the right job for Crontab, nothing m ore
    sch_clear - removes tasks from Crontab for scheduled enable/disable
    stealthMode function set by sch_on and sch_off switches

    [Repair / debug]
    clear_all - removes all jobs from Crontab and completely disables all
    available stealthMode modes
  3. mmosoll

    mmosoll Networkin' Nut Member

    For the e4200 you can also light off the front cisco logo using the following command in Scripts/Init:

    gpio enable 3

    If you want to reactivate it, reboot (remove previous command from Init) your router or use:

    gpio disable 3
    Last edited: May 26, 2014
  4. whoisnader

    whoisnader Networkin' Nut Member

    Thanks guys for the info, it use to be a checkbox in the firmware, looks like it's gone now.

    Anyway, the stealth mode script looks enticing and so I gave it a go but got the following error in the system command page:

    stealthMode: Router does not supported by this feature

    Aside from the bad grammar, it looks like someone forgot about the e4200.
  5. whoisnader

    whoisnader Networkin' Nut Member

    Trying to find more details on the gpio pins for the e4200, not a lot out there. I assume tha pin 3 is the logo but do you know the gpio pins for the LAN LEDs? Want to turn them off too?
  6. mmosoll

    mmosoll Networkin' Nut Member

    Last edited: May 26, 2014
  7. whoisnader

    whoisnader Networkin' Nut Member

    It use to be an option in previous firmwares!
  8. Alex Gao

    Alex Gao Network Newbie Member

    yes.i'd like to turn off all of my R7000's Leds.But can not find the option in 119 version
  9. cobrax2

    cobrax2 Serious Server Member

    me too. any chance of seeing this happen? thanks
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