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Delete component: KeenDNS: Re-appears?


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I try to follow these steps to remove the KeenDNS component (4). Works. However, after the device restarted, that component is installed again (and running). Any idea how I could debug this further, in which log I should look into? Tried both with 3.7.4 (3.07.C.4) and 3.8 Alpha 8 (3.08.A.8). Reset via Web interface.

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21 minutes ago, rAcKShen said:

I try to follow these steps to remove the KeenDNS component (4). Works. However, after the device restarted, that component is installed again (and running). Any idea how I could debug this further, in which log I should look into? Tried both with 3.7.4 (3.07.C.4) and 3.8 Alpha 8 (3.08.A.8). Reset via Web interface.

After deselecting KeenDNS component, did you choose to install the component in webdav or sstp?

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No.

Yes, they depend. I had to remove WebDAV first to be able to remove KeenDNS. On the (Web) interface everything looks fine, I commit the change, my Keenetic is doing something, restarts. Everything looks fine. But then I list the components and KeenDNS is there again. In Wireshark, I see its traffic. So it is active as well.

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3 hours ago, rAcKShen said:

I try to follow these steps to remove the KeenDNS component (4). Works. However, after the device restarted, that component is installed again (and running). Any idea how I could debug this further, in which log I should look into? Tried both with 3.7.4 (3.07.C.4) and 3.8 Alpha 8 (3.08.A.8). Reset via Web interface.

Please, post your "show version" output. (There might be an implicit dependency on the server side. Just want to see, what other components are installed besides KeenDNS to fix the server-side rules.)

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Same problem, Cloud-based remote control and KeenDNS always installed

Model: Ultra (KN-1810)
OS version: 3.7.4

what/how/where "show version"?

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{
    "release": "3.07.C.4.0-2",
    "sandbox": "stable",
    "title": "3.7.4",
    "arch": "mips",
    "ndm": {
        "exact": "…",
        "cdate": "29 Mar 2022"
    },
    "bsp": {
        "exact": "…",
        "cdate": "30 Mar 2022"
    },
    "ndw": {
        "version": "3.7.74",
        "features": "wifi_button,single_usb_port,led_control,wifi5ghz,mimo5ghz,atf5ghz,dual_image,wifi_ft,wpa3",
        "components": "base,cloudcontrol,corewireless,ddns,dhcpd,dlna,dns-https,dns-tls,dot1x,easyconfig,exfat,ext,fat,hfsplus,igmp,ip6,l2tp,lang-de,lang-en,miniupnpd,mws,nathelper-ftp,nathelper-h323,nathelper-pptp,nathelper-rtsp,nathelper-sip,ndns,ntfs,nvox,pingcheck,ppe,pppoe,pptp,storage,trafficcontrol,tsmb,usb"
    },
    "ndw3": {
        "version": "1.30"
    },
    "manufacturer": "Keenetic Ltd.",
    "vendor": "Keenetic",
    "series": "KN",
    "model": "Carrier (KN-1711)",
    "hw_version": "11178000",
    "hw_type": "router",
    "hw_id": "KN-1711",
    "device": "Carrier",
    "region": "EU",
    "description": "Keenetic Carrier (KN-1711)",
    "prompt": "(config)"
}

Very much vanilla, except IPv6 and Phone, I think. By the way, a reset via the Web interface (or a change to the Extender mode) does not reset the components. Is there any trick to reset the components, except going for a Recovery?

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{
   "release": "3.07.C.4.0-2",
   "sandbox": "stable",
   "title": "3.7.4",
   "arch": "mips",
   "ndm": {
      "exact": "xxx",
      "cdate": "29 Mar 2022"
   },
   "bsp": {
      "exact": "xxx",
      "cdate": "30 Mar 2022"
   },
   "ndw": {
      "version": "3.7.74",
      "features": "wifi_button,wifi5ghz,usb_3,usb_3_first,led_control,vht2ghz,bf2ghz,mimo5ghz,atf2ghz,atf5ghz,dual_image,wifi_ft,wpa3,hwnat,sfp",
      "components": "adguard-dns,base,cloudcontrol,cloudflare-dns,config-ap,config-client,config-repeater,corewireless,ddns,dhcpd,dlna,dns-https,dns-tls,dot1x,easyconfig,exfat,ext,fat,hfsplus,igmp,l2tp,lang-en,lang-ru,miniupnpd,mws,nathelper-ftp,nathelper-h323,nathelper-pptp,nathelper-rtsp,nathelper-sip,ndns,ntfs,pingcheck,ppe,pppoe,pptp,skydns,storage,trafficcontrol,transmission,tsmb,usb,usbdsl,usblte,usbmodem,usbnet,ydns"
   },
   "ndw3": {
      "version": "1.30"
   },
   "manufacturer": "Keenetic Ltd.",
   "vendor": "Keenetic",
   "series": "KN",
   "model": "Ultra (KN-1810)",
   "hw_version": "10188000",
   "hw_type": "router",
   "hw_id": "KN-1810",
   "device": "Ultra",
   "region": "RU",
   "description": "Keenetic Ultra (KN-1810)",
   "prompt": "(config)"
}

 

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