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Thinkdiff
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reply to cramer

Re: Fair warning! 3rd party purchase of U-verse IPDSLAM modem

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ILpt4U
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Any details on how said success has been attained?



Thinkdiff
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I'll throw together a quick tutorial when I have some time over the next few days. To summarize: copy AT&T/Moto root CA certs from NVG510, activate telnet on the 2210, install new certs, reboot.

It's actually a good thing AT&T sent me a NVG510. It's much easier to get the CA certs from it compared to the 2210.
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ILpt4U
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Has your 2210, now that it has connected, tried to download the new firmware yet?

The process seems fairly straight forward -- well done =)



Thinkdiff
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said by ILpt4U:

Has your 2210, now that it has connected, tried to download the new firmware yet?

The process seems fairly straight forward -- well done =)

I finally let the modem stay online for more than a few seconds tonight (I pulled the plug the other day after seeing authentication pass so it wouldn't update). It connected to the ATT CWMP server, received a config file (I think), then it downloaded the firmware file. All this occurred within 30 seconds of the modem being online.

About a minute later, it flashed the firmware file and automatically rebooted into 7.8.7r27.
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