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Hi,

I have some RUT240 and RUT950 routers and want to be able to "clear data limit" by sms command for 2 reasons.

1. At first if I need more data I want to send a sms to force a new day limit to start.

2. The second reason is that I would like to upgrade the firmware of some routers. maybe in this situation I want a special daylimit of 50mb for instance and after the firmwareupgrade I want it back to 10mb per day.

I know you can change the limits by sms command through uci commands, its not easy but with some research its possible to change the limits or disable the datalimit.

However i have not found a reset or clear command to reset the limittimers. Is that possible or should i make a different approach?

Prefer one sms or even better one RMS command or button to make this possible.

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Hello, 

Regarding to your question on could you refer to this link: https://community.teltonika-networks.com/7612/disable-option-enable-mobile-data-limit-via-sms. But for RMS you need to go the WEBUI of the device or do it via CLI. 

Hope it helps

Regards,
Jerome

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Hi jerome, I know the uci commands for enable and disable the datalimit. however according the documentation it will not clear the datalimit-counter if you disable and enable the limit or reboot the router. Thats why I asked for the uci command to clear the data counter limit. do you know how to do that?
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Hello, 

Regarding the UCI command for clear data limit that will reset the data counter I will try to check with the team. 
But if you are able to access CLI you can reset Data limit counter by the command "mdcollectdctl -clear". 

Hope it helps

Thank you and have a nice day!
Stay Safe

Regards,
Jerome

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Hello,

Regarding the resetting of data limit counter you cannot reset it via SMS you can only reset it via CLI with mdcollectdctl -clear or on the WebUI of the device on the Mobile data limit clear data button. 

Thank you and have a nice day!
Stay Safe

Regards,
Jerome