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Home Hub 3 event log

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is it possible to delete the Event Log on the HH3 ?

 

only reason is because I would like to get rid of the clutter of events that are obsolete (7 months old)

 

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Re: Home Hub 3 event log

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If you mean the ones that are retained after this "<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< Limit of uservisible log >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>", then the only way I know is to factory reset the hub:(

 

This also removes any user made changes on the hub:(

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Re: Home Hub 3 event log

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I haven't reset mine the start of my Infinity service and the other week I did have all back dating now only a couple of weeks with the 1st of Jan being in the middle of 17th and 18th Feburary!

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Re: Home Hub 3 event log

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Cheers DS

 

Yep the "<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< Limit of uservisible log >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>", is showing up

I just thought there was another way to clear the log with out a reset, don't have any port forwarding set up on the HH3

 

thanks

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@NewtronStar wrote:

Cheers DS

 

Yep the "<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< Limit of uservisible log >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>", is showing up

I just thought there was another way to clear the log with out a reset, don't have any port forwarding set up on the HH3

 

thanks


If the hub is set as per it's defaults (and you've not made changes like naming your 'unknown' devices, changing the SSID, manually selecting a wireless channel etc) then a reset is the only way.

 

(even if you have, the same applies:()

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thanks DS

 

I do have the OpenZone Wifi disabled on the HH3 as I live in a rural area (not much use here), would a reset bring the

openzone wifi back to life ?

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Yes it would:(

 

Simply opt out (again) after the reset:)

 

Hopefully with in 48 hours BTWifi should be removed (again);)

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You have been very helpfull DS !

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@NewtronStar wrote:

You have been very helpfull DS !


Thanks:)

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