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How to access a router's log without having the router creating new logs?

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How to access a router's log without having the router creating new logs?

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My router is Verizon Fios Quantum Gateway G1100. I would like to read its existing log without contaminating/removing any existing log or creating any new logs while reading. My router is powered off now because it may create new logs when it is powered on. How can I retrieve a physical memory from inside the router and read it?

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@Alexis wrote:

My router is Verizon Fios Quantum Gateway G1100. I would like to read its existing log without contaminating/removing any existing log or creating any new logs while reading. My router is powered off now because it may create new logs when it is powered on. How can I retrieve a physical memory from inside the router and read it?


Basically you would have to remove the rom and read it with a external chip reader.

however i can see no reason to worry about a new entry in the log. It gives an ongoing log until its either overridden or you clear it its self.

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