if your old router will still boot and you can get to it via telnet or the gui, you can do an "nvram show", then copy and paste the required variables into notepad or similar.
then you can do an "nvram set" of those variables on the new router. _________________ Everyone is a genius.
But if you judge a fish on its ability to climb a tree,
it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.
Sorry...anyone can make a nvrambackup of any router they get into. While I don't know of a way, if there was one, no one could post it here. Call you ISP and get it changed. _________________ SIG:
I'm trying to teach you to fish, not give you a fish. If you just want a fish, wait for a fisherman who hands them out. I'm more of a fishing instructor. So See this:
LOM: "If you show that you have not bothered to read the forum announcements or to follow the advices in them then the level of help available for you will drop substantially, also known as Murrkf's law.."