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Standard User ichatergosum
(committed) Wed 26-Feb-14 15:57:31
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Speedtouch modem


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I've got a Speedtouch 536-v6 modem the other side of my Airport Extreme Bas Station. I'd like to get into the modem to poke around. I know I've done this sort of thing in the past, but cannot remember how to do it.

Can someone help me out please?

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Standard User Mikey2
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Thu 27-Feb-14 20:12:14
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Re: Speedtouch modem


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If it's the setting just point your browser at it's IP address (eg 192.168.100.1) and enter your username and password. If it's the actual box itself, get a screwdriver. smile

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Standard User Michael_Chare
(committed) Sun 02-Mar-14 00:41:34
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Re: Speedtouch modem


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Typically you can telnet to Speedtouch modems.

Google for the CLI (Command Line Interface) manual.

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Standard User ichatergosum
(committed) Sun 02-Mar-14 01:00:15
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Re: Speedtouch modem


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Thanks. It occurred to me that I had never specified a password for access to the modem, having had it for several years. I vaguely remembered seeing the 'Thomson SpeedTouch ST536' page in my browser - a long while ago - but couldn't even remember how to get to it! After a bit of faffing around I found that it was wide open. No password needed.

It now has a decent password.

I'll check out the telnet option when I feel brave enough. I'm a novice at CLI matters.

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