I executed via telnet:
and then rebooted the 7800.Code:
nvram set nocloud=1 nvram set nokwilt=1 nvram commit nvram set transmission_disable=1 nvram commit
(I disabled Transmission a month or so ago but I still re-ran the disable command shown above).
The NG downloader was already disabled.
I don't have any entries in the port forwarding/port triggering table. I did not see a way to explicitly disable it though.
I enabled Traffic Meter.
Ran Shields Up "All Service Ports" test and it failed.
Disabled Traffic Meter.
Ran Shields Up "All Service Ports" test and it passed.
Even when enabled, the Traffic Meter does not seem to be working. All rows are zero except for the last month row.
FYI: My saved off NETGEAR_R7800.cfg did not restore with 74.4SF. I had to set up my 7800 manually. Prior to setting it up, I reset the 7800 to factory defaults.
@kamoj @Tom_Batty @LeKeiser @microchip @NetBytes
I FOUND THE SOLUTION (workaround)!
I had to disable (uncheck) "Automatically adjust for daylight savings time" under NTP Settings.
Traffic Meter now works.
To get the time stamp on the logs correct, I had to set Time Zone to GMT-07:00 Arizona under NTP Settings.
Ran "All Service Ports" test and it passed.
For future reference, if I want to reenable ReadyCLOUD, Kwilt/hipplay, and/or Transmission, do I execute:
nvram set nocloud=0 nvram set nokwilt=0 nvram commit nvram set transmission_disable=0 nvram commit
Thank you folks for taking the time to provide feedback.