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Written by Petr Hanuš, Thursday 8 February 2018

Since January 2018, we have been using alphanumeric form of product serial numbers. An example of such number could be:


There are some ideas hidden behind the new serial number scheme but this post is about R-SeeNet.

For those unfamiliar with R-SeeNet, it is a legacy Router monitoring tool that is still being supported and maintained.

If you are using this tool, you need to update it via patch linked below to get reasonable level of support for the new serial numbers. Without this patch, the new serial numbers are not being displayed (though the system works).

Links for Download:

After downloading the file, copy it into the root directory of R-SeeNet (for Windows) or into /usr/bin (for Linux) and run it. Afterwards, installation will be done automatically.