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Internal memory on Hub 3

Is there any way of resetting the internal memory of the Hub in order that it resets all the changes made to the MAC addresses and so on?

Thanks, Jamm

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Re: Internal memory on Hub 3

Is this a different question to your other thread?

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Re: Internal memory on Hub 3

It's similar, but I cannot find a way to delete it.
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Pin-hole reset is the only way. Why do you need to do it?


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@Tudor wrote:

Pin-hole reset is the only way. Why do you need to do it?

 


He/she has been told about the pinhole reset on his/her other thread

Because he/she has named some connected devices and wants to wipe them.

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Re: Internal memory on Hub 3

Why do I want to do it?  Actually, I don't.  I actually want to find out what devices have been attached to my router (their MAC addresses).  However, everyone insisted there's no way to find out that, but IF the device had been renamed then it seems possible to find out, from the internal memory, what the MAC address was if it had been renamed.  A long shot, sure, but I was just thinking the process through.  My thought was that the information is actually there... even if no one seems to know how to get it.

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MAC addresses are useless for trying to track devices, they are so easily counterfeited. So you could get a physical device connected twice in one hour with completely different MAC addresses.


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