Originally Posted by eolew
Also I incorrectly stated a path to store the log files for the bandwidth monitoring. Should be pointed to a usb drive attached directly the router, however I was testing and tried to put it on my computers desktop. Of course this means nothing to the router. Is there a way to clear this out? Here's a copy and paste of the log:
Jan 27 14:48:15 cstats: Problem loading c:\users\vm\desktop\. Still trying...
Jan 27 14:51:52 rstats: Problem loading c:\users\vm\desktop\. Still trying...
Jan 27 15:03:15 cstats: Problem loading c:\users\vm\desktop\. Still trying...
Thanks. Surely I'm not the only one who's done this. :-)
This is probably what is breaking the page. The disk has to be connected directly to the router, and must be referred through his mount point (for example, /mnt/sda1/data_folder/).
To regain access to that page, run these commands (one at a time) on the Run Cmd page:
nvram set cstats_path=""
nvram set rstats_path=""