Netgear Router Hidden Pages

pod3545

Occasional Visitor
Would you mind posting screenshots of the debug.htm and hidden_cpu.htm hidden pages for the RAX80?

The RAX80 is actually supposed to have dual quad-core CPUs:

"Nighthawk AX8 is powered by a 64-bit 1.8GHz quad-core processor designed to transfer multi-gigs of data with almost zero CPU load.An additional quad-core co-processor handles all Multi-Gig LAN-WAN traffic, ensuring the main processor is available for all otherapplications. Enjoy smoother Ultra-HD 4K video streaming and gaming without interruptions."

This can not only be found in their data sheet for the RAX80, but on the product website as well. It seems to not be a typo...

I know the R6700 shows four cores on the debug.htm hidden page although it only has a dual-core processor. Therefore, Netgear is also showing the status of its offload/co-processors in this particular scenario.

Here you go. Only the debug.htm page is found. The hidden_cpu.htm isn't found. Returns a 404.
 

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chuck4100

New Around Here
Anyone here actually able to use the 'Thermal_FAN.htm' page?
RAX120 here, I can see the page with options but just get a "400 Bad Request" page when applying.
 

kc6108

Regular Contributor
A buddy of mine has an RAX200. I jotted down some hidden pages that I happened to see. It's not a complete list by any means. YMMV as I didn't get to test them out:

DebugHiddenPage_iqos.htm
DebugHiddenPage.htm
OPENVPN_hidden.htm
WiFi_HiddenPage.htm
 

HTBruceM

Regular Contributor
You can find some really interesting stuff this way. For example, GuestManage.html brings up a page to enable Guest Management:

Guest Management

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[] Enable Guest Management
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Checking Enable Guest Management adds more content

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[x] Enable Guest Management
Access Password:
[12345678] <Change Password>
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Does anyone have any idea what this feature is/does?
 

Biobio

New Around Here
I attached the available web pages for the RAX80 and RAX120 in the first post as text files, basically the telnet output. I forgot to upload it in the last two weeks so thanks for the reminder. Telnet was missing in the RAX80's latest update so I had to fall back to the previous firmware, temporarily to get the output. I literally just copied the entire output lol so be prepared.
Hi hello

I have a RAX120 router that carries latest firmware version ( FW V1.2.2.24 ). I would like to access to the router via Telnet....is there any way to do it?
 

avtella

Very Senior Member
Unfortunately latest few firmwares don’t show it in the debug page maybe hidden and can be uncovered via Chrome/Safari page inspection? Other option is to use a much older firmware if really needed for something like changing region.
 

Biobio

New Around Here
Unfortunately latest few firmwares don’t show it in the debug page maybe hidden and can be uncovered via Chrome/Safari page inspection? Other option is to use a much older firmware if really needed for something like changing region.
Hi and thanks for your reply.
Well, my idea is to have access via telnet to be able to find out the VPN server config file and have the possibility to edit it and modify it for my purpose.... I don't even know if once connected via telnet I will be able to find that file without having /applying a root to the router.... And especially if then I upgrade to latest firmware the modifications will be maintained or not.... I saw there are some tools suppose to activate the telnet protocol but all people that tried that failed.... So I wonder if is still possible with new firmware release or not.... BTW do you remember which firmware version have you used to activate telnet? Guess was 2 years ago when you tried...
 

bob123456

Regular Contributor
A buddy of mine has an RAX200. I jotted down some hidden pages that I happened to see. It's not a complete list by any means. YMMV as I didn't get to test them out:

DebugHiddenPage_iqos.htm
DebugHiddenPage.htm
OPENVPN_hidden.htm
WiFi_HiddenPage.htm
Hi, I have RAX200:
There is also the page you said earlier: debug.htm.
 

blue4life

New Around Here
hidden_manual_set_ant.html

on this, you can select which group of antennas to use. Does this mean not all the antennas are active at any time?
If not, which ones should be used?
 

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