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Standard User acpsd775
(experienced) Sat 07-Apr-12 20:18:04
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Ash, how were you logged in, admin or user?
Did you notice what the difference is between your screen shot and mine for the "Network Setting" menu at the bottom? I have only 3 choices; Home Network, NAT and Dynamic DNS.
However... if you still have access to the Wireless settings on activation day I know who'll be getting a call from mewink It's not on if some customers have access to some menus others don't X(


ahh yes when i go over network settings i get a 4th that says wireless settings i was saying to a friend watch this knowing my luck activation day and it will update and block it haha, Ive changed my wpa2 settings and added a second guest network ready for launch lol.

i logged in using user/1234 (now changed) so not sure whats happened maybe they've listened to their customers and decided to unlock it and you just haven't got the update yet i noticed a few things i thought would be locked out that arnt actually when i was messing unfortunately the sip settings are still locked but we cant have everything can we lol.

Will let you know next Thursday weather the block it or not

Ash


what firmware are you on
can you screen shot your options you get on each menu at the bottom plz?



yea ill get some more print screens up see if i can match the differences for you

i will say one thing whats with the huge plug lol why send an american plug + adapter lol

Ash

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Standard User TraceT
(learned) Sat 07-Apr-12 20:22:57
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ahh yes when i go over network settings i get a 4th that says wireless settings i was saying to a friend watch this knowing my luck activation day and it will update and block it haha, Ive changed my wpa2 settings and added a second guest network ready for launch lol.

i logged in using user/1234 (now changed) so not sure whats happened maybe they've listened to their customers and decided to unlock it and you just haven't got the update yet i noticed a few things i thought would be locked out that arnt actually when i was messing unfortunately the sip settings are still locked but we cant have everything can we lol.

Will let you know next Thursday weather the block it or not

Ash


what firmware are you on
can you screen shot your options you get on each menu at the bottom plz?



yea ill get some more print screens up see if i can match the differences for you

i will say one thing whats with the huge plug lol why send an american plug + adapter lol

Ash


Screen shots fully appreciated.

Maybe I should'av forwarned you about the plug....heh
screen shot that too for everyone to see, lol
Standard User acpsd775
(experienced) Sat 07-Apr-12 20:56:46
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what firmware are you on
can you screen shot your options you get on each menu at the bottom plz?



yea ill get some more print screens up see if i can match the differences for you

i will say one thing whats with the huge plug lol why send an american plug + adapter lol

Ash


Screen shots fully appreciated.

Maybe I should'av forwarned you about the plug....heh
screen shot that too for everyone to see, lol


Here's the pics all i could think about if there's anything else just ask

note on the status screen it says all wifis are off i knocked the wifi power button the the front of the router the first and second wifi are actually on lol

Ash

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Edited by acpsd775 (Sat 07-Apr-12 21:02:58)


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Standard User TraceT
(learned) Sun 08-Apr-12 13:59:03
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Re: pppoe - vlan


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yea ill get some more print screens up see if i can match the differences for you

i will say one thing whats with the huge plug lol why send an american plug + adapter lol

Ash


Screen shots fully appreciated.

Maybe I should'av forwarned you about the plug....heh
screen shot that too for everyone to see, lol


Here's the pics all i could think about if there's anything else just ask

note on the status screen it says all wifis are off i knocked the wifi power button the the front of the router the first and second wifi are actually on lol

Ash


Comparing your screen shots to mine, you definitely have one more option to me under the Network Setting menu. The all important Wireless one. How many more are hidden on mine I wonder?

As you can see on my screen shots, I have;
3 on Network Setting,
4 on Security,
2 System Monitor, and
4 on the Maintenance menu.
Thats not comparing the tabs available on each menu either.

Do we have the same firmware?
Standard User acpsd775
(experienced) Sun 08-Apr-12 14:53:39
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Screen shots fully appreciated.

Maybe I should'av forwarned you about the plug....heh
screen shot that too for everyone to see, lol


Here's the pics all i could think about if there's anything else just ask

note on the status screen it says all wifis are off i knocked the wifi power button the the front of the router the first and second wifi are actually on lol

Ash


Comparing your screen shots to mine, you definitely have one more option to me under the Network Setting menu. The all important Wireless one. How many more are hidden on mine I wonder?

As you can see on my screen shots, I have;
3 on Network Setting,
4 on Security,
2 System Monitor, and
4 on the Maintenance menu.
Thats not comparing the tabs available on each menu either.

Do we have the same firmware?


Not sure were do you view the firmware i did not notice it anywhere lol

Ash

littlebigone.com FTTC from 12/2/12 + Bigtv+ IPTV Package + 3UK MBB Via Samsung GS2 5252Kbps/1608Kbps
Standard User TraceT
(learned) Sun 08-Apr-12 14:56:54
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Here's the pics all i could think about if there's anything else just ask

note on the status screen it says all wifis are off i knocked the wifi power button the the front of the router the first and second wifi are actually on lol

Ash


Comparing your screen shots to mine, you definitely have one more option to me under the Network Setting menu. The all important Wireless one. How many more are hidden on mine I wonder?

As you can see on my screen shots, I have;
3 on Network Setting,
4 on Security,
2 System Monitor, and
4 on the Maintenance menu.
Thats not comparing the tabs available on each menu either.

Do we have the same firmware?


Not sure were do you view the firmware i did not notice it anywhere lol

Ash


Top left of the "System Info" screen under Device Information.
Mine is: V3.11(TUJ.0)_20111205

Edited by TraceT (Sun 08-Apr-12 14:58:11)

Standard User acpsd775
(experienced) Sun 08-Apr-12 14:58:03
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Re: pppoe - vlan


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In reply to a post by acpsd775:
In reply to a post by TraceT:
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Comparing your screen shots to mine, you definitely have one more option to me under the Network Setting menu. The all important Wireless one. How many more are hidden on mine I wonder?

As you can see on my screen shots, I have;
3 on Network Setting,
4 on Security,
2 System Monitor, and
4 on the Maintenance menu.
Thats not comparing the tabs available on each menu either.

Do we have the same firmware?


Not sure were do you view the firmware i did not notice it anywhere lol

Ash


Top left of the "System Info" screen under Device Information.


oh yea seen it now lol 3.11(TUJ.2) you seam to have TUJ.0

Ash

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Standard User TraceT
(learned) Sun 08-Apr-12 14:59:36
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Not sure were do you view the firmware i did not notice it anywhere lol

Ash


Top left of the "System Info" screen under Device Information.


oh yea seen it now lol 3.11(TUJ.2)

Ash


A slight difference then.
Standard User acpsd775
(experienced) Sun 08-Apr-12 15:05:11
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Top left of the "System Info" screen under Device Information.


oh yea seen it now lol 3.11(TUJ.2)

Ash


A slight difference then.


Yea seams that way give them a ring and enquirer don't mention my name though haha dont want um hooking on and disabling it lol

Ash

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Standard User TraceT
(learned) Sun 08-Apr-12 15:08:53
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oh yea seen it now lol 3.11(TUJ.2)

Ash


A slight difference then.


Yea seams that way give them a ring and enquirer don't mention my name though haha dont want um hooking on and disabling it lol

Ash


Plan to ring them actually, even if it's just to change the Wireless password from the default label on bottom of router. I'll leave the SSID as it's a bit of advertising for them.

Have you compared your other menu options to mine?
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