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mr8

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Hello,

I was transferring some /jffs/scripts from another router and one of the files had an overclock line "nvram set clkfreq=1200,800" that I missed.

I tried to unset the value and did a factory reset but "nvram get clikfreq" value is still empty.

Is there anything else I need to do?
 
I tried to unset the value and did a factory reset but "nvram get clikfreq" value is still empty.
That's a typo.

Are you sure it's empty? Using a nonexistent variable name won't report an error.
Code:
admin@RT-AC68U:/# nvram get dsfkflkfaslkfjhaslfhja
admin@RT-AC68U:/#
An empty string would look like this:
Code:
admin@RT-AC68U:/# nvram get wan1_vendorid

admin@RT-AC68U:/#
 
That's a typo.

Are you sure it's empty? Using a nonexistent variable name won't report an error.
Code:
admin@RT-AC68U:/# nvram get dsfkflkfaslkfjhaslfhja
admin@RT-AC68U:/#
An empty string would look like this:
Code:
admin@RT-AC68U:/# nvram get wan1_vendorid

admin@RT-AC68U:/#
whoops, looks like that was an auto correct on my keyboard.

ssh command is still blank with *clkfreq*:

Code:
admin@RT-AX86U-8660:/# nvram get clkfreq
admin@RT-AX86U-8660:/# nvram show | grep clk
size: 76329 bytes (54743 left)
 
It looks like that variable simply doesn't exist anymore on the AX routers. I wouldn't worry about it as it can't be changed anyway.
 

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