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Command to download newest provisioning file on a cable router?
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Question  Command to download newest provisioning file on a cable router?
I've managed to get shell access on my cable modem router (a Hitron CGNV4). My ISP are supposed to be upgrading the connection from 350Mbps to 500Mbps, but judging from the *.cm file currently on the device it doesn't seem like they've done it yet. Is there a command I can use to get the router to check for a new provisioning file without having to reboot it? (I haven't established persistence, so if I reboot I'll have to re-exploit it again).
26-04-2022, 07:18 AM
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RE: Command to download newest provisioning file on a cable router?
There is no command to do that.

All provisioning is done on the backend. If you are not receiving the correct config it is because they didn't provision it as such.
27-04-2022, 11:26 AM
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RE: Command to download newest provisioning file on a cable router?
(27-04-2022, 11:26 AM)teddyalmonds Wrote: There is no command to do that.

All provisioning is done on the backend. If you are not receiving the correct config it is because they didn't provision it as such.

No I get that, I just mean, is there a way to check if they have updated the provisioning or not, without rebooting the device?

They are supposed to be upgrading it to 500Mbps but the *.cm file currently on the device still says "BXXL350_10_up" and "BXXL350_10_down".
27-04-2022, 06:19 PM
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