THANK YOU techie1 (and Jigsaw!) for this. We're on Internode FTTC but this process allowed me to continue using my DSL-AC68U. A couple notes - one, don't do what I did and get it working then try to reload your old settings... I can't tell why, but it stopped connecting and I had to start over. Second, a couple spots were unclear, though I muddled through. For those less lucky and/or experienced: when it's talking about opening "Browser Tools -> Network Tab", in Chrome/Chromium that means to go into the Developer Tools - the little 3-dot menu, More Tools item, Developer Tools sub-item. Then find the Network tab, check the box, and (optionally) clear out all other messages it's been recording using the button near the upper-left which looks like a circle with a slash across it, so you can more easily find the one you want. It won't SAY it's a POST in any obvious way, but it'll show start_apply.htm as the destination. "Copy as CURL" is in a submenu of the context menu At the step where you modify the command and then "send it to the router", that just means enter it directly into a command prompt/terminal. Go back and reload your browser view to confirm it worked I'm on Linux and from here, or OSX, it's pretty straightforward. I assume Windows-only users can benefit from the Postman app he mentions. I've also spammed this post to 2-3 Whirlpool threads where this subject is being discussed. Thanks again!
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