This Configuration Guide shows how to download the configuration, modify it and upload it again remotely using the Command Shell in Cumulocity Cloud or Telekom Cloud of Things.


The configuration is stored in a profile. It might be necessary to modify the configuration from remote. The profile with the configuration can be output in the Command Shell for viewing and/or editing. An edited profile can be written to the router using the Command Shell.


It is prerequisite that you have a cloud service account.
The router must be registered in the cloud service. [1]
The version of the icom Data Suite must be 1.3 or later.

  1. Log in to your Cumulocity Cloud account.

  2. Click on Other applications () in the top right corner and select Device management.

  3. Click on All devices and select your router in the list of all devices.

  4. Click on Shell ()

  5. In the >_ Command field, enter:
    M3.administration.profiles.print [2]

  6. Click on Execute to output the profile.

  7. Copy the complete output to a text editor.

  8. Edit the commands you want to modify or add additional commands to the profile.

  9. Remove the string returned: in front of and behind the profile text.

  10. Insert the line <M3_Block> at the beginning of the profile text. [3]

  11. Add the line administration.profiles.activate to the end of the profile text. [4]

  12. Add the line <M3_Block_END> to the end of the profile text. [5]

  13. Copy the complete profile text to the >_ Command field now.

  14. Click on Execute.

Profile text example

returned: interfaces.dsl3.ip_address.delete=all

The prefix M3. determines that the commands are sent to the router. The prefix IDS. would determine that the commands are sent to the icom Data Suite.
To modify the configuration of the icom Data Suite, replace M3 by IDS in the example above (also for the block delimiters).


  • The commands entered in the Command Shell are case-sensitive.

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1. Refer to the Configuration Guide Registering and Sending a Value to the Cumulocity Cloud to see how to register a router in the Cumulocity Cloud
2. This command outputs the complete opened profile.
3. This indicates the Command Shell that a series of commands will follow that are to be directed to the specified device (here M3, i.e. the router).
4. This command activates the opened profile.
5. This indicates the Command Shell that the series of commands to the specified device ends here.