|reply to lawrenson |
Re: Firmware + Sagemcom Modem + Help
How'd you manage to get telnet enabled?
yes, different port? or via another protcol?
I am very interested.
If you don't want to lag, don't "bragg"
I found a way to download & replace the working config file.
Basically to get the current config you just go to »192.168.2.1/save_rg_conf.cgi
To send a new config you have to send a POST to »192.168.2.1/replace_rg_conf.cgi with the config in an input named "new_rg_conf"
In the default config, Telnet does not have a port assigned. You'll see the following line:
You'll want to replace that with something else to add a port, this is what I'm using:
If you just make that change and replace the config, telnet will be enabled immediately.
I wrote a quick app that will connect to the modem and download the config, re-write the telnet line if it's still set to default, and re-upload it. It won't touch anything else so you can also use it to change other config options if you want, without having to send POSTs manually.
It looks like the device won't take a malformed config file so playing with it should be relatively harmless.
I haven't done any extensive testing so your mileage may vary with this, requires .NET 3.5:
When there's a will, there's a way!
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|reply to lawrenson |
Any chance of something similar for the cellpipe? Lots of us with non-functional cellpipes would love to be able to do something about it.
There are still a couple of Bell Cellpipe 7130 units on Kijiji / Craigslist, and they are supposed to have the "TR-069 management interface for management and zero-touch configuration".
|reply to Phibian |
printMenuItem('util_cfgstore.html', 'Configuration Store', red, darkBlue);
printMenuItem('util_cfgstore.html', 'Configuration Store', black, blue);
printMenuItem('util_cfgrestore.html', 'Configuration Restore', red, darkBlue);
printMenuItem('util_cfgrestore.html', 'Configuration Restore', black, blue);
printMenuItem('util_webfirmware.html', 'Web Firmware Upload', red, darkBlue);
printMenuItem('util_webfirmware.html', 'Web Firmware Upload', black, blue);
Looks promising - although »192.168.2.1/util_cfgstore.html 404s