Export router configuration settings to a text file

Tom Knowlton
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Is there some trick that would allow me to dump all of my router configurations settings out to a text file on my hard drive?

That way if the settings inadvertently get reset or lost, or for whatever reason, I could re-enter the settings from a print out?

My router is a trentNet TW100 - BRF 4

It uses a web page to display and change the settings, which I can access using a browser and going to 192.168.X.X (which is pretty standard).
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You can often ftp into this type of router so ftp://10.0.0.2/ will ftp into my router (different make), you can then copy all the files to a directory on your PC.

Other thing you could do is to go into router as normal and do screen dumps of all the relevant web pages, or print to file.
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If there's no option on the web configuration pages, probably not. You could try telnetting into the router, there may be an option there.
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There are utilites on the web that will allow you to download all pages from a website.  If you use one of these you might be able to save all the pages locally.  I can't remember where to get them off hand, but if you do a search for saving web pages on google, I'm sure you will come up with somthing.

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