How can change some of the settings of RVS4000 (port forwarding or virtual server for example) without browser under linux. I would like to set new virtual server automatically, when I (some of the process) see that the current server is down. For example port 80 is forwarded to 192.168.1.2, and how to set on 192.168.1.3 on linux box without X ?
I don't think it can be done for an initial setup. You would ultimately have to setup telnet to the box and then it would probably be doable. However, this would be rather difficult. Seems easier to boot to X (kde/ whatever you like) and setup the router that way using firefox. I do believe there are other ports open but I must confess my ignorance of linux on this topic.
Bottom line. Telnet/SSH (for security of course) is not enabled and it is designed to be managed via the web interface.
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