Menu path: System > Registry

In the registry, you can change virtually any firmware parameter. You will find information on the individual items in the tooltips.

Changes to the registry should only be made by experienced administrators. Incorrect parameter settings can easily destroy the configuration and cause the system to crash. In cases like these, the only way to restore the functionality is to reset the device to the factory defaults!

Search parameter...: Search for setup parameters in the registry.

  • Search criterion: Criterion for searching.
    The following can be selected:
    • Parameter name
  • Parameter name: Any search term.
  • Logical search restriction:
    • Contains
    • Exact match
    • Use regular expressions
  • Ignore case
  • Find previous: Go back if there are a number of hits.
  • Find next: Go forwards if there are a number of hits.
    Example: If you would like to find the FTP settings for updating the Linux firmware, you can search for the parameter name ftp. The parameter found in the registry structure is highlighted. Click on Find next until you find your desired parameter:

Add instance: Adds instances. This is possible with parameters which have a percent sign as their last character, e.g. nfymount%. The new instances are numbered consecutively: nfymount1, nfymount2 etc.

Delete instance: Deletes a previously added instance.