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Routers using Broadcom chipsets
Broadcom chipsets are widely used in ADSL routers, and most incorporate a very similar CLI command set, accessed through its telnet interface. It should be noted though that a number of ISP customised versions of these routers have the telnet interface disabled. This is an incomplete list of routers which have Broadcom chipsets and support telnet:
BCM 6338 chipset
- D-Link DSL-2540B
BCM 6348 chipset
- Netgear DG834GT, DG834v4, DG834Gv4, DGN2000
- D-Link DSL-2640B
BCM 6358 chipset
- Billion 7700(N), 7800(N)
- D-Link DSL-2740B
- Netgear DGN2200
CLI commands for Broadcom-based routers
All Broadcom-based ADSL routers have very similar CLI command sets. Listed below are a few of the more frequently used commands.
Note regarding Netgear routers
Netgear routers use a slightly modified version of the Broadcom CLI command set. The command which is used most often is 'adsl' with various parameters, but in Netgear routers this command is replaced by 'adslctl'. On this page we will use 'adsl', but Netgear users will need to substitute 'adslctl'.