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  1. subik hosting platform » Archive » hidden CLI on netgear switches GS-108T GS-110TP …

    […] I found a more detailed explanation here […]

  2. Bram
    Bram 2014-09-03 at 20:15 |

    Interesting! I’m specifically looking into ways to cycle PoE-power on connected devices, under software control. This might offer a way to do so?

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    1. Jaret
      Jaret 2014-11-17 at 07:09 |

      The easiest way to do this would be to admin down the port then bring it back up.

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  3. Artem
    Artem 2014-12-19 at 18:32 |

    Hi! I’m trying to find any information about GS110TP boot time. Even support can’t help, they don’t have such information and haven’t this device in their lab. I want to know, how fast does it start? I mean time from power on to working (switching) state. Can you help me with this information?

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  4. Chris Wilson
    Chris Wilson 2020-05-21 at 22:43 |

    This still works on the GS108Tv3, BUT port 60000 is closed by default. You need to use the web UI to enable Maintenance > Troubleshooting > Remote Diagnostics. Then you can login by telnet!

    I found this from https://blog.hansguthrie.com/2016/01/27/enable-ssh-on-netgear-gs728tp/, but unfortunately enabling SSH as described there does not work on this particular switch.

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  5. Netgear GS110TP Hidden CLI | Hoddys Guides

    […] stumbled upon the port while conducting a routine port scan of my network and wanted to learn more. I found a blog post that gave me all the info I needed to access the CLI so I decided to make this quick video to show […]

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