JFFS custom scripts and configs

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porfavorhelp

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I want to disable JFFS custom scripts and configs. Do i will have problem with the router? I just wat to disable it
 

ColinTaylor

Part of the Furniture
It shouldn't be a problem. But none of us can say for sure because we don't know anything about your router or how it's configured.
 

L&LD

Part of the Furniture
What router? What firmware? What scripts and custom configs did you have enabled?

Holistically, yes, you will have a problem, eventually. We just can't predict when.
 

porfavorhelp

Occasional Visitor
What router? What firmware? What scripts and custom configs did you have enabled?

Holistically, yes, you will have a problem, eventually. We just can't predict when.
I have a GT-AX11000 with merlin firmware installed. My configuration are the default with nextdns client installed on the router, but I saw that JFFS custom scripts and configs are enabled by default. should I disable it?
 

dave14305

Part of the Furniture
I have a GT-AX11000 with merlin firmware installed. My configuration are the default with nextdns client installed on the router, but I saw that JFFS custom scripts and configs are enabled by default. should I disable it?
The nextdns client requires custom scripts enabled.
 

barnold

New Around Here
Just don’t enable router admin access from outside your LAN. and set a good password. Usual stuff
 

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