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Re: Plz help on freecwmp understanding

To: jithender reddy <jithender.raama@gmail.com>
Subject: Re: Plz help on freecwmp understanding
From: Luka Perkov <freecwmp@lukaperkov.net>
Date: Mon, 12 Aug 2013 14:34:35 +0200
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Hi Jithender,

On Mon, Aug 12, 2013 at 05:37:43PM +0530, jithender reddy wrote:
> Thank you for wonderful source code.
> I am new to TR-069 CWMP Protocol. I've downloaded freecwmp free source from
> openwrt.org
> I've setup the openacs server in my debian PC and CWMP client is on my AP.
> 
> I was able to communicate when it is on the same the network. Is it
> possible to connect outside n/w with existing freecwmp code?.

Yes, as long as your system network settings are correct.
 
> I was trying to understand the functionality part of freecwmp.
> following is my understanding:
> 1. freecwmp client is configured using scripts (like local, server, device
> configuration)
> 2. when we set from ACS server it'll set the parameters to temp scripts?.

Yes.

> Here I've one question?.
> 1. When we set or get the parameters from ACS server(openacs). Will it set
> to the temp scripts (/tmp/freecwmp_set_action_values.sh)?
> Because I am not able to see this script when I ran daemon. Please clarify
> me on understanding?.

The daemon executes the scripts and then the scripts actually do
something with the parameter and the value.

> 2. The currently supported RPC methods are ""SetParameterValues",
> "GetParameterValues", "SetParameterAttributes", "Download", "FactoryReset",
> "Reboot" as per the source dated 2012-09-25 in openwrt. Can I get latest
> source code of freecwmp?.

There is freecwmp git repository [1] where the latest code is located.

Luka

[1] git://dev.freecwmp.org/freecwmp/

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