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'''Profiles''' are a way to save multiple router configurations and switch between them with ease. Adding a new profile is simple: just type in a name (Note: profile names cannot exceed 10 symbols) and click the '''Add profile''' button. When you add New Profile, you save assign all current configurations of the router to that profile. This function is especially useful when some other devices are dependent on your router, but different devices require your router to have different configurations. For example, you can have two OpenVPN servers, both on different profiles, and group of devices that can only connect to one server and another group that can only connect to the other. In this scenario, instead of re-configuring the server or configuring a new one every time, you can switch from using one Profile to the other, thus changing the server's configuration at the same time.
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Profiles can be switched with [[SMS Utilities]] or via the router's WebUI, '''System → Profiles''' page.
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Latest revision as of 07:06, 20 July 2021

Main Page > RUT Routers > RUT900 > RUT900 Manual > RUT900 WebUI > RUT900 System section > RUT900 Profiles

The information in this page is updated in accordance with firmware version RUT9_R_00.07.01.2.
Note: click here for the old style WebUI (FW version RUT9XX_R_00.06.08.6 and earlier) user manual page.

Summary[edit source]

Configuration profiles provide a way to create multiple distinct device configuration sets and apply them to the device based on current user requirements. This chapter is an overview of the Profiles page in RUT900 devices.

Configuration Profiles[edit source]

This section displays user defined configuration profiles:

Networking rutos manual profiles configuration profiles 2.png


To create a new profile, configure the device in accordance with your needs, go to this page, enter a custom name for the profile and click the 'Add' button. You can also choose to create a profile without any previous configurations. A new profile with the given name will appear in the "configuration profiles" list:

Networking rutos manual profiles configuration profiles add new profile 2.png

The 'Apply' button applies the adjacent configuration on the device.

Scheduler[edit source]

The Profile Scheduler provides a possibility to set up a schedule of when the device should use one profile configuration or another.

Check Profile Scheduler Instance Example to get a better understanding at how Profile Scheduler Instances works.

General Configuration[edit source]


The General Configuration section is used to enable the Scheduler itself. Created instances won't work unless this option is turned on.

Networking rutos manual profiles scheduler general configuration.png

Profile Scheduler Instances[edit source]


The Profile Scheduler Instances section allows you to create profile Instances to be enabled during specific time intervals. To add a new Instance click Add button.

Note: new Instance can only be created if there is at least one custom profile created.

Networking rutos manual profiles scheduler profile scheduler instances.png

Profile Scheduler Instance Configuration[edit source]


This page is used to configure profile, time and day of selected scheduler instance. Refer to the figure and table below for information on the Profile Scheduler Instance Configuration fields:

Networking rutos manual profiles scheduler profile scheduler instance configuration.png

Field Value Description
Enable off | on; default: off Enable selected instance for scheduler.
Profile profiles; default: none Select profile which will be applied during specified time interval.
Interval Type Weekdays | Month Days; default: Weekdays Depending on your needs select whether you want to configure weekdays or specific month days.
Start Time time; default: 12:00 Enter time of the start of interval in which scheduler will switch profiles.
End Time time; default: 12:00 Enter time of the end of interval in which scheduler will switch profiles back.
Interval Type: Weekdays
Start Day Weekday [Monday..Sunday]; default: Sunday Select a day of the start of interval in which scheduler will switch profiles.
End Day Weekday [Monday..Sunday]; default: Sunday Select a day of the end of interval in which scheduler will switch profiles back.
Interval Type: Month Days
Start Day Day of month [1..31]; default: 1 Select a day of the start of interval in which scheduler will switch profiles.
End Day Day of month [1..31]; default: 1 Select a day of the end of interval in which scheduler will switch profiles back.
Force last day off | on; default: off Force intervals to accept last day of month as valid option if selected day doesn't exist in ongoing month.

Profile Scheduler Instance Example[edit source]


Scheduler will use profile instance if it is enabled and it's time interval matches device's date, otherwise default profile will be used.

Example - we have 3 profiles in total:

  • default
  • Profile A
  • Profile B

We create profile instances for Profiles A and B:

  • Profile A: 08:00 - 11:00
  • Profile B: 13:00 - 20:00

During 11:00 - 13:00 and 20:00 - 08:00 default profile will be used.