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someguy45

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I want to restart networking from the command prompt. What is the command?. I would normally restart through /etc/init.d, but that does not exist.
 
Asuswrt does not use Sys V initd, it's a custom embedded environment with its own custom preinit process.

To restart the networking stack:

Code:
service restart_net

Or, for a more thorough restart:

Code:
service restart_net_and_phy

There is no list of these commands, they are internal commands not generally intended for end-user usage. You have to browse through the source code to find them.
 
Asuswrt does not use Sys V initd, it's a custom embedded environment with its own custom preinit process.

To restart the networking stack:

Code:
service restart_net

Or, for a more thorough restart:

Code:
service restart_net_and_phy

There is no list of these commands, they are internal commands not generally intended for end-user usage. You have to browse through the source code to find them.
I figured they were internal. I was on the github repo and found the second command you listed, but was not sure how to run it or if it was correct. Thank you.
 

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