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# This file contains system defaults which will be used
# if, and only if, the value has not yet been set
# Both sysevent and syscfg namespace can be set
#
# syntax is
# 1) for syscfg address space
# $name=value Normal
# $$name=value If the default should take precedence over running config.
# 2) for sysevent address space
# @name=value or
# @name=value flag where flag is defined in sysevent.h
# TUPLE_FLAG_NONE = 0x00000000 (no flags)
# TUPLE_FLAG_SERIAL = 0x00000001 (execute registered handlers in serial fashion)
# TUPLE_FLAG_EVENT = 0x00000002 (execute registered handlers upon any set operation)
# TUPLE_FLAG_WORM = 0x00000004 (write once read many)
# example @foo=bar 0x00000001
# For sysevent address space you can use a syscfg value as the
# initial value for the sysevent tuple by prefacing the value by $
# eg. @name=$name will use the current value of syscfg <name> as the value
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# Version of the database.
$$Version=11
#-------------------------------------------------------------------
# sysevent namespace
#-------------------------------------------------------------------
# wan_ifname is the name (as known to the OS) of the wan interface
@wan_ifname=erouter0
# model_name - display friendly model name of this device
@model_name=USGv2 0x00000004
# firmware_version is the current firmware version
@firmware_version=0.0 0x00000004
# current_wan_ipaddr is the ip address currently assigned to the wan
@current_wan_ipaddr= 0.0.0.0
@lan-status=stopped
@wan-status=stopped
@bridge-status=stopped
@forwarding-status=stopped
# current_wan_state is the current state of the wan (up/down)
@current_wan_state=down
# desired_wan_state is the desired state of the wan (up/down)
@desired_wan_state=down
# phylink_wan_state is the current state wan port's physical link (up/down)
@phylink_wan_state=up
# ipv4_x_states are used for events internal to the wan but initialize them
@current_ipv4_wan_state=down
@current_ipv4_link_state=down
@desired_ipv4_wan_state=down
@desired_ipv4_link_state=down
# current hostname is taken from syscfg
@hostname=$hostname
# current usb device state (inserted/removed)
#@usb_device_state=removed
#@usb_device_mount_pt=none
# Wireless radio definitions for ut610n
#@wl0_radio_type=single 0x00000004
#@wl0_radio_band=2.4g 0x00000004
#@wl0_osifname=eth1 0x00000004
#@wl1_radio_type=dual 0x00000004
#@wl1_radio_band="2.4g 5g" 0x00000004
#@wl1_osifname=eth2 0x00000004
#-------------------------------------------------------------------
# syscfg namespace
#-------------------------------------------------------------------
# hostname - the name of the home gateway as known to itself
# and the home network. The hostname is used to identify the home gateway
# during dns lookups.
# This may be "" or unset if no hostname is desired, but this will
# result in an inability to resolve the home gateway by name to
# provide its current lan interface ip address.
# dont assign hostname. instead let registration assign ssid on a per box basis
# $hostname=ut610n
# Last eRouter Mode, can be modified by DOCSIS Configure File TLV202
# 0 - disabled
# 1 - IPv4
# 2 - IPv6
# 3 - IPv4 and IPv6
$last_erouter_mode=1
# wan_physical_ifname - the name (as known to the OS) of the physical interface
# that is used for the wan. This setting is not meant for users to manipulate.
$$wan_physical_ifname=erouter0
# wan_bridge_ifname - the name (as known to the OS) of the wan interface that is
# to be enslaved in the lan bridge when in bridge mode.
$$wan_bridge_ifname=lbr0
# wan_virtual_ifnum - this is used only if the wan interface is part of a
# virtual lan. This technique can be used to separate the ethernet switch
# into a wan port and some lan ports.
# If so, the value of wan_virtual_ifnum determines the name of the vlan
# ("vlan" contatenated with wan_virtual_ifnum). The wan_physical_ifname
# will be part of the resultant virtual lan.
# If no vlan is used then the tuple is not required, or may be set to ""
# This setting is not meant for users to manipulate.
#$wan_virtual_ifnum=2
# wan_mtu - the size of the wan interface's mtu
# 0 - means auto-mtu, system will pick appropriate
# default depending on WAN protocol
$wan_mtu=0
# wan_proto - describes how the wan interface is provisioned
# must be one of: dhcp, static, pppoe, pptp, l2tp, telstra
$wan_proto=dhcp
# if wan_proto=static then we need to know the values to which to provision
# ----------------
# the wan interface
# wan_ipaddr - desired wan interface ip address
# wan_netmask - desired netmask for the interface
# wan_default_gateway - the default gateway to route to
# wan_domain - the name of the wan domain (optional)
# nameserver1 - primary DNS nameserver to use, or 0.0.0.0 if none
# nameserver2 - secondary DNS nameserver to use, or 0.0.0.0 if none
# nameserver3 - tertiary DNS nameserver to use, or 0.0.0.0 if none
# $wan_ipaddr=0.0.0.0
# $wan_netmask=255.255.255.0
# $wan_default_gateway=0.0.0.0
# $nameserver1=0.0.0.0
# $nameserver2=0.0.0.0
# $nameserver3=0.0.0.0
# wan_domain - the domain of the wan. The wan_domain is required
# by some ISPs in order to define the search order for dns queries.
# and thus is sometimes used when setting a static wan provisioning.
# This may be "" or unset if no wan_domain setting is required.
# $wan_domain=
# if wan_proto=pppoe then
# ---------------
# wan_proto_username - the username
# wan_proto_password - the password
# wan_proto_remote_name - an remotename (optional)
# wan_domain - the authentication domain (optional)
# pppoe_service_name - for pppoe an optional service name
# pppoe_access_concentrator_name - for pppoe an optional ac name
# ppp_conn_method - describes the connection method
# must be either: redial or demand
# ppp_keepalive_interval - if ppp_conn_method=redial (should be 30-180)
# ppp_idle_time - if ppp_conn_method=demand (should be 1-9999)
$wan_proto_username=
$wan_proto_password=
$wan_proto_remote_name=
$pppoe_service_name=
$pppoe_access_concentrator_name=
# $ppp_conn_method=demand
# $ppp_keepalive_interval=180
# $ppp_idle_time=9999
# if wan_proto=pptp then
# ---------------
# wan_proto_username - the username
# wan_proto_password - the password
# wan_proto_remote_name - an remotename (optional)
# wan_domain - the authentication domain (optional)
# wan_proto_server_address- ip address of the pptp server
# pptp_address_static- whether or not to use auto or static ip address
# 0 or "" means automatic
# 1 means static
# if static then
# wan_ipaddr - desired wan interface ip address
# wan_netmask - desired netmask for the interface
# wan_default_gateway - the default gateway to route to
# wan_domain - the name of the wan domain (optional)
# nameserver1 - primary DNS nameserver to use, or 0.0.0.0 if none
# nameserver2 - secondary DNS nameserver to use, or 0.0.0.0 if none
# nameserver3 - tertiary DNS nameserver to use, or 0.0.0.0 if none
#
# ppp_conn_method - describes the connection method
# must be either: redial or demand
# ppp_keepalive_interval - if ppp_conn_method=redial (should be 30-180)
# ppp_idle_time - if ppp_conn_method=demand (should be 1-9999)
$wan_proto_server_address=
$wan_domain=
$pptp_address_static=0
# if wan_proto=l2tp then
# -------------
# wan_proto_username - the username
# wan_proto_password - the password
# wan_proto_server_address- ip address of the l2tp server
# l2tp_address_static- whether or not to use auto or static ip address
# 0 or "" means automatic
# 1 means static
# if static then
# wan_ipaddr - desired wan interface ip address
# wan_netmask - desired netmask for the interface
# wan_default_gateway - the default gateway to route to
# wan_domain - the name of the wan domain (optional)
# nameserver1 - primary DNS nameserver to use, or 0.0.0.0 if none
# nameserver2 - secondary DNS nameserver to use, or 0.0.0.0 if none
# nameserver3 - tertiary DNS nameserver to use, or 0.0.0.0 if none
#
# ppp_conn_method - describes the connection method
# must be either: redial or demand
# ppp_keepalive_interval - if ppp_conn_method=redial (should be 30-180)
# ppp_idle_time - if ppp_conn_method=demand (should be 1-9999)
$l2tp_address_static=0
# lan_ifname - the name (as known to the OS) of the lan interface
# This setting is not meant for users to manipulate.
$lan_ifname=brlan0
# lan_ethernet_virtual_ifnums - a list of vlan nums. This is used if the
# ethernet switch has been segmented into wan and lan ports using the
# technique described in wan_virtual_ifnum.
# This setting is not meant for users to manipulate.
#$lan_ethernet_virtual_ifnums=1
# lan_ethernet_physical_ifnames - a list of names of ethernet interfaces,
# which will be enslaved into the lan bridge (which is known as lan_ifname
# as described above)
# This setting is not meant for users to manipulate
$$lan_ethernet_physical_ifnames=l2sd0
# lan_wl_physical_ifnames - a list of names of 802.11 interfaces, which will
# be enslaved into the lan bridge (which is known as lan_ifname as
# described above).
# This setting is not meant for users to manipulate
# $lan_wl_physical_ifnames=eth1 eth2
# wireless interface settings
# ---------------------------
# for each wireless interface in lan_wl_physical_ifnames you must
# specify the settings for that interface using the format
# XXXX_setting, where
# XXXX is the interface name, for example eth1
# setting is the name of the value to set.
# For example eth1_wl_ssid
# controls the wl_ssid value for eth1
# a) ssid
# b) wep
# wl_wep_enabled is 0 if wep is not enabled and 1 if enabled
# if wl_wep_enabled then you must specify the wep settings
# wl_wep_primary_key specifies the primary wep key [0-3]
# wl_wep_key_X specifies the wep_key for the index X
# E.g:
# $wl1_key_1=
# $wl1_key_2=
# $wl1_key_3=
# $wl1_key_4=
# WLAN domain: wl0_xxx is for 2.4GHz, wl1_xxx is for 5GHz
# WLAN radio settings
# $wl_config_mode=manual
# 2.4GHz
# $wl0_state=up
# dont assign ssid. instead let registration assign ssid on a per box basis
# $wl0_ssid=ut610n
# $wl0_ssid_broadcast=1
# $wl0_network_mode=11n
# $wl0_radio_band=auto
# $wl0_channel=auto
# $wl0_sideband=lower
# 5GHz
# $wl1_state=up
# dont assign ssid. instead let registration assign ssid on a per box basis
# $wl1_ssid=ut610n_media
# $wl1_ssid_broadcast=1
# $wl1_network_mode=11n
# $wl1_radio_band=auto
# $wl1_channel=auto
# $wl1_sideband=lower
# WLAN security settings
# 2.4GHz
# $wl0_security_mode=disabled
# $wl0_encryption=
# $wl0_passphrase=
# $wl0_tx_key=1
# $wl0_radius_server=
# $wl0_radius_port=1812
# $wl0_shared=0
# $wl0_encryption=tkip
# $wl0_key_renewal=3600
# 5GHz
# $wl1_security_mode=disabled
# $wl1_encryption=
# $wl1_passphrase=
# $wl1_tx_key=1
# $wl1_radius_server=
# $wl1_radius_port=1812
# $wl1_shared=0
# $wl1_key_renewal=3600
# WLAN MAC filters
# $wl_access_restriction=disabled
# $wl_mac_filter=
# Advanced features
# 2.4GHZ
# $wl0_ap_isolation=disabled
# $wl0_frame_burst=enabled
# $wl0_authentication_type=auto
# $wl0_basic_rate=default
# $wl0_transmission_rate=auto
# $wl0_n_transmission_rate=auto
# $wl0_transmission_power=high
# $wl0_cts_protection_mode=auto
# $wl0_beacon_interval=100
# $wl0_dtim_interval=1
# $wl0_fragmentation_threshold=2346
# $wl0_rts_threshold=2347
# 5GHz
# $wl1_ap_isolation=disabled
# $wl1_frame_burst=enabled
# $wl1_authentication_type=auto
# $wl1_basic_rate=default
# $wl1_transmission_rate=auto
# $wl1_n_transmission_rate=auto
# $wl1_transmission_power=high
# $wl1_cts_protection_mode=auto
# $wl1_beacon_interval=100
# $wl1_dtim_interval=1
# $wl1_fragmentation_threshold=2346
# $wl1_rts_threshold=2347
# Wireless QoS
# $wl_wmm_support=enabled
# $wl_no_acknowledgement=disabled
# lan_ipaddr - the ip address to assign the lan_ifname
# lan_netmask - the netmask to assign the lan_ifname
$lan_ipaddr=192.168.0.1
$lan_netmask=255.255.255.0
# lan_domain - the name of the lan side domain
# -----------
# This may be blank or unassigned if no lan domain is desired
# however for internal dns lookups it is usually desirable to
# have a lan domain
$lan_domain=utopia.net
$StaticRouteCount=0
# dhcp server
# ----------
# dhcp_server_enabled - if 0 then not enabled, if 1 then enabled
# It must be enabled for any dhcp options to take effect
# dhcp_start - the starting address for assigning dhcp leases
# on the lan side
# It is the last octet of the ip address. Eg 100 is 192.168.1.100
# dhcp_num - the number of ip addresses that the dhcp server
# can give out on the lan side
# dhcp_lease_time - the number of minutes (m) or hours (h) that
# a dhcp lease is given to a lan client
# dhcp_nameserver_enabled, dhcp_nameserver_1, dhcp_nameserver_2, dhcp_nameserver_3 - nameservers to provision to dhcp clients
# dhcp_wins_server - wins server to provision to client
# dhcp_server_propagate_wan_domain - to maintain old (and less good) behavior of using the wan domain
# for lan clients then ser dhcp_server_propagate_wan_domain to 1
# dhcp_server_propagate_wan_nameserver - to maintain old (and less good) behavior of using the wan nameservers
# for lan clients then ser dhcp_server_propagate_wan_nameserver to 1
# dhcp_server_slow_start - if we are propagating info from wan, and if wan is not yet provisioned, then give dhcp
# clients a short lease in order to give wan a chance to come up
$dhcp_nameserver_enabled=0
$dhcp_server_enabled=1
$dhcp_start=192.168.0.2
$dhcp_end=192.168.0.253
$dhcp_num=252
$dhcp_lease_time=7d
$dhcp_server_propagate_wan_domain=1
$dhcp_server_propagate_wan_nameserver=1
$dhcp_server_slow_start=1
# static dhcp leases
# ------------------
# if you want to have static addresses given to lan hosts by the dhcp server then
# dhcp_num_static_host - the number of static hosts provisioned
# and for each host dhcp_static_host_1 ... dhcp_static_host_x must be
# either none (for a hole in the array)
# or mac_address,last_octet_of_ip_address,friendly-name, eg. 11:22:33:44:55:66,99,Bob's iMac
$dhcp_num_static_hosts=0
# static nameservers
# $nameserver1=
# $nameserver2=
# $nameserver3=
# static wins server
# ------------------
#$dhcp_wins_server=
# ddns
# ----
# ddns_enable - will set/disable the ddns client
# 0 is disabled, otherwise it is enabled
# ddns_service - the name of the ddns service
# one of:
# null ezip pgpow dhs
# dyndns dyndns-static dyndns-custom
# ods tzo easydns easydns-partner
# gnudip justlinux dyns hn zoneedit
# heipv6tb
# ddns_update_days - the maximum number of days that we can wait between
# ddns updates in order that the server doesnt think we implicitly unregistered
# from the ddns service
# ddns_last_update - the timestamp when we last registered with the
# ddns service.
# it may be 0 if we never registered
# ddns_hostname - the name we are registering as with the ddns service
# ddns_username/ddns_password - the credentials for the ddns service
# ddns_mx - string to send as the mail exchange
# ddns_wildcard - set your domain to have a wildcard
# ddns_server - override default ip:port of ddns service provider
# wan_last_ipaddr - the ip address that was last successfully registered
# This should be 0.0.0.0 until we register successfully with the ddns server
# This is not meant to be changed by the user
# with ddns service. It may be 0.0.0.0 if we never successfully registered
# It may also be unset
# $wan_last_ipaddr=0.0.0.0
# ddns_last_update - the timestamp of when we last updated successfully
# with the ddns server
# It may be 0 or it may be unset if never registered
# This is not meant to be changed by the user
# ddns_last_update=0
$ddns_enable=0
$ddns_update_days=28
$ddns_last_update=0
$ddns_enable1=0
$ddns_enable2=0
$ddns_service1=dyndns
$ddns_service2=tzo
$ddns_username1=admin1
$ddns_username2=admin2
$ddns_hostname1=cisco.com
$ddns_hostname2=cisco.com
$ddns_password1=admin1
$ddns_password2=admin2
# ntp_server is the name of the ntp server we should use
$ntp_enabled=1
$ntp_server1=time.nist.gov
$ntp_server2=nist1-ny.glassey.com
#$ntp_server3=2.pool.ntp.org
# dynamic ntp servers
# if we get ntp_servers from dhcp client then they will be added to sysevent
#@dhcpc_ntp_server1=
#@dhcpc_ntp_server2=
#@dhcpc_ntp_server3=
# TZ is the timezone that we are in. eg GMT+08:00
# also Daylight Savings time can be added
# One specification for DST starting on March 8 @ 2 AM and ending on Nov 11 @ 2AM
# is: March 8 is the 0th day of the 2nd week of the 3rd month, and
# Nov 11 is the 0th day of the 1st week of the 11th month
# thus: DST,M3.2.0/02:00,M11.1.0/02:00
$TZ=GMT+00:00
$ntp_cityindex=0
$auto_dst=1
$ntp_daylightenable=0
$ntp_daylightoffset=60
# IGMP Proxy
$igmpproxy_enabled=1
# MLD Proxy
$mldproxy_enabled=1
# UPnP InternetGatewayDevice (IGD) settings
$upnp_igd_enabled=1
$igd_allow_userconfig=1
$igd_allow_wandisable=0
$upnp_igd_advr_expire=1800
$upnp_igd_advr_ttl=5
# Webserver settings
# default admin username & password ("admin" in encrypted form)
# http_is_admin_default indicates whether the default password is being used
$http_admin_user=admin
$http_admin_password=TSLIIHauhEfGE
$http_admin_port=80
$http_admin_is_default=1
# Default settings for WebUI
$user_count=3
$user_name_1=admin
$user_name_2=admin
$user_name_3=
#$user_password_1=password of the day
$user_password_1=W2402
$user_password_2=WebUI
$user_password_3=
$user_insNum_1=1
$user_insNum_2=2
$user_insNum_3=3
# User Interface access level
@lan_ip_webaccess=1
@cm_ip_webaccess=1
#@mta_ip_webaccess=
@rg_ip_webaccess=0
# Access restrictions on management interface
$mgmt_http_enable=1
$mgmt_https_enable=0
$mgmt_wifi_access=1
$mgmt_wan_access=1
$mgmt_wan_httpaccess=1
$mgmt_wan_httpsaccess=0
$mgmt_wan_sshaccess=1
$mgmt_wan_telnetaccess=0
$mgmt_wan_httpport=8080
$mgmt_wan_httpsport=443
$mgmt_wan_sshport=22
$mgmt_wan_telnetport=23
$mgmt_wan_srcany=1
$mgmt_wan_srcstart_ip=255.255.255.255
$mgmt_wan_srcend_ip=255.255.255.255
$mgmt_wan_fwupgrade=0
$mgmt_lan_telnetaccess=0
$mgmt_lan_sshaccess=0
$mgmt_mta_telnetaccess=0
$mgmt_mta_sshaccess=0
# NAT
# ---
# NAT can be explicitly turned off by setting nat_enabled 0
$nat_enabled=1
# Firewall
#---------
# $firewall_enabled= 0|1 1 is enabled, 0 is disabled
# $GeneralPurposeFirewallRuleCount - the number of general purpose firewall rules
# $GeneralPurposeFirewallRule_X - where X is a number assigns a firewall rule.
# There can be as many rules as one likes but
# for each rule X must be incremented by 1
# A firewall rule is any rule that is acceptable to iptables-restore
# You may use shell variables $WAN_IPADDR $LAN_IPADDR $WAN_IFNAME $LAN_IFNAME
# in the rule and the runtime values will be inserted
# eg syscfg set GeneralPurposeFilrewallRule_1 "-A INPUT -p tcp -m tcp -d $WAN_IPADDR --dport 22 -j ACCEPT"
# $v6firewall_ruleX - where X is a number assigns a firewall rule.
# There can be as many rules as one likes but
# for each rule X must be incremented by 1
# There can be no gaps in the numbering
# A ipv6 firewall rule is any rule that is acceptable to ip6tables-restore
# You may use shell variables $WAN_IPADDR $LAN_IPADDR $WAN_IFNAME $LAN_IFNAME
# in the rule and the runtime values will be inserted
# eg.
#$GeneralPurposeFirewallRuleCount=3
#$GeneralPurposeFirewallRule_1=-A INPUT -p tcp -m tcp -d $WAN_IPADDR --dport 22 -j ACCEPT
#$GeneralPurposeFirewallRule_2=-A INPUT -p tcp -m tcp -d $WAN_IPADDR --dport 80 -j ACCEPT
#$GeneralPurposeFirewallRule_3=-A INPUT -p tcp -m tcp -d $WAN_IPADDR --dport 443 -j ACCEPT
# For development only, allow nfs and telnet through eth0
#$GeneralPurposeFirewallRuleCount=1
#$GeneralPurposeFirewallRule_1=-A INPUT -i eth0 -j ACCEPT
#$GeneralPurposeFirewallRule_2=-A INPUT -p tcp -m tcp -d $WAN_IPADDR --dport 80 -j ACCEPT
$firewall_enabled=1
$firewall_level=Low
$firewall_levelv6=Low
# Do not block rfc 1918 private addresses on the WAN side
$block_rfc1918=0
$block_ping=0
$block_multicast=0
$block_nat_redirection=1
$nat_hairping_enable=1
$block_ident=0
# during development we want to allow ping, rfc 1918 addresses on wan, ssh/http/https from wan
# no matter what rules are in firewall
$firewall_development_override=0
$dmz_enabled=0
$block_webproxy=0
$block_java=0
$block_activex=0
$block_cookies=0
$portscan_enabled=0
$IPSecPassthrough=1
$PPTPPassthrough=1
$SinglePortForwardCount=0
$PortRangeForwardCount=0
$PortRangeTriggerCount=0
$InternetAccessPolicyCount=0
$W2LWellKnownFirewallRuleCount=0
# IPv6 Section
# 6to4 tunnels
# $6to4_enable= 0|1|2 1 is enabled except when WAN is RFC1918, 0 is disabled, 2 is enabled even with WAN in RFC1928
$6to4_enable=0
# AICCU (www.SixSs.net tunnel broker) = IPv6 over UDP over IPv4
# $aiccu_enable = 0|1 1 is enabled, 0 is disabled even if $aiccu_user/password are configured
$aiccu_enable=0
#$aiccu_user=foo
#$aiccu_password=T@#dK
#$aiccu_tunnel=T1234
#$aiccu_prefix=2001:db8:: # only prefix, no prefix length
# Hurricane Electric tunnels (www.tunnelbroker.net) = IPv6 over IPv4
# $he_enable = 0|1 1 is enabled, 0 is disabled even if $he_user/password are configured
$he_enable=0
#$he_client_ipv6=2001:db8:cafe::2 # IPv6 address of the client tunnel interface
#$he_user=foo
#$he_password=T@#dK
#$he_tunnel=1234
#$he_server_ipv4=192.0.0.2 # The IPv4 address of the tunnel broker
#$he_prefix=2001:db8:: # only prefix, no prefix length
# Bridging IPv6
# $ipv6_bridging_enable = 0|1 1 is enabled, 0 is disabled
$ipv6_bridging_enable=0
# NDP Proxy for IPv6
# $ipv6_ndp_proxy_enable = 0|1 1 is enabled, 0 is disabled
$ipv6_ndp_proxy_enable=0
# DHCPv6 client
# $dhcpv6c_enable = 0|1|2|3 1 is enabled for PD, 2 is enabled for IA, 3 is enabled for IA and PD, 0 is disabled
$dhcpv6c_enable=0
# DHCPv6 server
# $dhcpv6s_enable = 0|1 1 is enabled, 0 is disabled
$dhcpv6s_enable=0
# 6rd tunnels
# $6rd_enable= 0|1 1 is enabled, 0 is disabled
$6rd_enable=0
# $6rd_zone= the leading part of the IPv6 prefix
# $6rd_zone_length= the length of the 6RD zone
# $6rd_common_prefix4= the length of the leading common part of the IPv4 address of all 6RD router
# $6rd_relay= the IPv4 address of the default 6RD relay
# Static IPv6 configuration
# $ipv6_static_enable = 0|1
$ipv6_static_enable=0
# WAN static interface configuration (optional when SLAAC is used)
#$wan_ipv6addr=2001:db8:cafe:baba::1/64
#$wan_ipv6_default_gateway=fe80::bad:babe
# LAN static interface configuration MANDATORY when ipv6_static_enable == 1
#$lan_ipv6addr=2001:db8:f00::1/64
# router advertisement provisioning on LAN side
# $router_adv_enable= 0|1
$router_adv_enable=1
$router_managed_flag=1
$router_other_flag=1
# allow wan interface to be provisioned using router advertisement
$router_adv_provisioning_enable=1
# Locale Settings
$locale=en-us
# Rip
#----
# $rip_enabled 1 , 0 is disabled
# $rip_no_split_horizon 1 , 1 means dont use split horizon
# $rip_interface_wan 0|1, 0 means disable rip on the wan interface
# $rip_interface_lan 0|1, 0 means disable rip on the lan interface
$rip_enabled=0
$cosa_usgv2_rip00::Version=2
$cosa_usgv2_rip00::ConnectedMetric=1
$cosa_usgv2_rip00::DefaultMetric=1
$cosa_usgv2_rip00::UpdateTime=30
$cosa_usgv2_rip00::CollectionTime=120
$cosa_usgv2_rip00::TimoutTime=180
$cosa_usgv2_rip00::If1Enable=1
$cosa_usgv2_rip00::If1KeyChainName=keychain1
$cosa_usgv2_rip00::If1Name=erouter0
$cosa_usgv2_rip00::If1Alias=Ethernet
$cosa_usgv2_rip00::If1AuthenticateType=3
$cosa_usgv2_rip00::If1ReceiveEnable=1
$cosa_usgv2_rip00::If1ReceiveVersion=2
$cosa_usgv2_rip00::If1SendEnable=1
$cosa_usgv2_rip00::If1SendVersion=2
$cosa_usgv2_rip00::If1Neighbor=0
$cosa_usgv2_rip00::If1KeyID=0
$cosa_usgv2_rip00::If1Md5KeyValue=
$cosa_usgv2_rip00::If1SimplePassword=
# RIPNG
# $ripng_enabled=0
# Logging
# -------
# $log_level=[0|1|2]
# 0 - disabled
# 1 - default log
# 2 - extra log
# 3 - debug log
# syslog level=1 to 8
# 1 - Emergency
# 2 - Alert
# 3 - Critical
# 4 - Error
# 5 - Warning (maps to 0 - disabled)
# 6 - Notice (maps to 1 - normal logging)
# 7 - Info
# 8 - Debug (maps to 2 - debug logging)
# $log_remote=0|<ip-addr>:[port]
$log_level=2
$log_remote=0
# Samba usb storage filesystem
#$samba_server_enabled=0
# Quality of Service
#------------------
$qos_enable=1
# NAS Shared Folder
#------------------
#$SharedFolderCount=1
#$SharedFolder_1=sf_1
#$sf_1::name=Shared
#$sf_1::folder=Shared
#$sf_1::drive=/tmp/sda1
#$sf_1::readonly=0
# Bridge Mode Settings
#------------------
$bridge_mode=0
# Wifi Bridge Mode Settings
#------------------
$wifi_bridge_mode=0
# MOCA configuration
# $moca_lof_channel
# The last RF channel number on which a node was successfully in the steady state. Channel center frequency = 25 MHz * channel number.
# Valid values are 32 to 60. Set to 0 if there is no LOF.
# $moca_freq_mode
# auto - automatic scan
# manual - fixed manual mode, use the value in moca_freq_plan
# $moca_freq_plan
# Valid values are 800MHz to 1500MHz (in 25 MHz increments)
# $moca_constant_tx_power
# auto - automatic level
# manual - fixed manual mode, use the value in moca_maximum_tx_power
# $moca_maximum_tx_power
# Maximum analog transmit power of the MoCA interface in units of 3dB.
# Valid values are 0 (0dB) to 12 (36dB) for current ADI chip.
# $moca_dig_offset
# Maximum digital transmit power of the MoCA interface in units of 1/4dB.
# Valid values are -48 (-12dB) to 23 (5.75dB), 0 is recommended.
# $moca_preferred_nc
# Valid values are master, slave, auto and auto_nc.
# $moca_enable_privacy
# Valid values are enable and disable.
# $moca_password_seed
# A string up to 17 characters max.
#------------------
$moca_lof_channel=0
$moca_freq_mode=auto
$moca_freq_plan=1150
$moca_constant_tx_power=auto
$moca_dig_offset=0
$moca_preferred_nc=1
$moca_enable_privacy=0
$moca_password_seed=99999999988888888
$moca_enabled=1
$moca_scan_enabled=0
$moca_node_taboo_enabled=1
$moca_node_taboo_mask=eaaefe00
$moca_mixed_mode=1
# saMocaDevicePower settings
$moca_pwr_apc_enable=1
$moca_maximum_tx_power=10
$moca_phy_rate=235
$moca_beacon_pwr_level=9
# CCSP Defaults
$dhcpv6s00::serverenable=1
$dhcpv6s00::servertype=1
$dhcpv6s00::poolnumber=1
$dhcpv6spool00::instancenumber=1
$dhcpv6spool00::bEnabled=1
$dhcpv6spool00::Interface=Device.IP.Interface.2.
$dhcpv6spool00::IANAEnable=1
#$dhcpv6spool00::IANAManualPrefixes=Device.IP.Interface.1.IPv6Prefix.1.
$dhcpv6spool00::IANAPrefixes=Device.IP.Interface.1.IPv6Prefix.1.
$dhcpv6spool00::LeaseTime=604800
$dhcpv6spool00::PrefixRangeBegin=0:0:0:0001
$dhcpv6spool00::PrefixRangeEnd=0:0:0:fffe
$dhcpv6spool00::EUI64Enable=1
$dhcpv6spool00::RapidEnable=0
$dhcpv6spool00::UnicastEnable=0
$dhcpv6spool00::IANAAmount=255
$dhcpv6spool00::optionnumber=2
$dhcpv6spool0option0::bEnabled=1
$dhcpv6spool0option0::Tag=23
$dhcpv6spool0option0::PassthroughClient=Device.DHCPv6.Client.1.
$dhcpv6spool0option1::bEnabled=1
$dhcpv6spool0option1::Tag=24
$dhcpv6spool0option1::PassthroughClient=Device.DHCPv6.Client.1.
#CCSP RECOVERY MONITOR
$ccsp_recovery_enable=1
# CM Diagnostic IP Support (192.168.100.1), also used for inter-processor DBUS
$$cmdiag_ifname=lan0
$cmdiag_enabled=1
$$ecm_wan_ifname=wan0
$$emta_wan_ifname=mta0
# Parental Control Defaults
$managedsites_enabled=0
$managedservices_enabled=1
$manageddevices_enabled=0
$manageddevices_allow_all=0
$ManagedSiteBlockCount=0
$ManagedSiteTrustCount=0
$ManagedServiceBlockCount=0
$ManagedServiceTrustCount=0
$ManagedDeviceCount=0
#HS Port Forward Defaults
$CosaNAT::port_trigger_enabled=1
$CosaNAT::port_forward_enabled=1
$CosaNAT::port_hs_forward_enabled=1
#Email Notification Defaults
$email_notification_sendlogs=0
$email_notification_firewallbreach=0
$email_notification_parentalcontrolbreach=0
$email_notification_alertswarning=0
$email_notification_enabled=0
$email_notification_fromaddr=admin@rdkb.dev
# remote logging
$rlog_enable=0
$rlog_host=192.168.0.120
$rlog_port=514
#Firewall log settings
$FW_LOG_FILE_PATH=/nvram2/log/firewall
$$FW_LOG_COMPRESSED_FILE_SIZE=10
#SYSTEM log settings
#$SYS_LOG_FILE_PATH GET FROM SYSLOG CONFIG FILE
$$SYS_LOG_COMMPRESSED_FILE_SIZE=10
#Event log settings
#$EVT_LOG_FILE_PATH GET FROM SYSLOG CONFIG FILE
$$EVT_LOG_COMMPRESSED_FILE_SIZE=10
# mta dsx log enable/disable
$mta_dsx_log_enable=true
#MoCA extender default parameters
$MoCAExtRadioInstanceNumber0=1
$MoCAExtRadioID0=RADIO_2.4GHz
$MoCAExtRadioEnable0=1
$MoCAExtRadioMode0=14
$MoCAExtRadioChannelWidth0=1
$MoCAExtRadioChannel0=6
$MoCAExtRadioSecChannel0=3
$MoCAExtRadioBeaconInterval0=100
$MoCAExtRadioDTIMInterval0=2
$MoCAExtRadioGuardInterval0=400
$MoCAExtRadioCoexistance0=1
$MoCAExtRadioInstanceNumber1=2
$MoCAExtRadioID1=RADIO_5GHz
$MoCAExtRadioEnable1=1
$MoCAExtRadioMode1=9
$MoCAExtRadioChannelWidth1=2
$MoCAExtRadioChannel1=40
$MoCAExtRadioSecChannel1=3
$MoCAExtRadioBeaconInterval1=100
$MoCAExtRadioDTIMInterval1=2
$MoCAExtRadioGuardInterval1=400
$MoCAExtRadioCoexistance1=1
$MoCAExtSsidWpsEnabled=1
$MoCAExtSsidWpsPinCode=12345678
$MoCAExtSsidWpsSsidIndex=10001000
$MoCAExtSsidNum=0
#static ip defaults
$staticdns_enable=0
$wan_ipaddr=0.0.0.0
$wan_netmask=0.0.0.0
$wan_default_gateway=0.0.0.0
$nameserver1=0.0.0.0
$nameserver2=0.0.0.0
$hostname=Docsis-Gateway