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    Default Linksys WRT1900ACS Not storing data after reboot

    No report/log data retains after a reboot or power cycle. Is there a way to ensure data stays on/saved so I can run historical reporting?

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    No, there is no hard drive in these devices.
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    Maybe you could do remote logging? Shouldn't be that hard to setup.

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    Default No Hard Drive? What about the 32 GB Flash Drive?

    Quote Originally Posted by dmorris View Post
    No, there is no hard drive in these devices.
    But there is, the 32 GB flash drive (on my setup) which has tons of empty space on it?

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    Flash drives are not designed for heavy read/write. In our experience, the USB sticks last only a few months with continuous read/write usage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hackbird View Post
    But there is, the 32 GB flash drive (on my setup) which has tons of empty space on it?
    It won't survive a live database.
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    Thanks as always for the speedy reply. How about a external hard drive then, there are two USB ports on this Linksys. Could I use the available USB port for this hard drive requirement?

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    Sadly no you can not

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    Quote Originally Posted by donhwyo View Post
    Maybe you could do remote logging? Shouldn't be that hard to setup.
    Be curious to understand a little more here, could you expand?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hackbird View Post
    Be curious to understand a little more here, could you expand?
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