Yes - it is as easy as the instructions say! Dont even need to have it connected to the VDSL line. The only pre-requisite is that the computer accessing the LAN port MUST be 192.168.1.100. The BT defaults are retained.
Absolute total RUBBISH.
If you are going to make statements like that then make sure they are correct rather than trying to mislead people.
And yes I do know what I am talking about, my local IP is nothing like that and I can access my Huawei modem without any problems whatsoever.
I was referring to the hacking process - not the actual use of the device after it is hacked.
The reason I made the statement was because I assumed that the entire 192.168.1.x was available but several attempts with my IP address of 192.168.1.19 failed but as soon as I changed the IP address to 192.168.1.100 it worked first time.
That seemed to me to be reasonable grounds to believe that the IP address did matter for this action.
At no point was I trying to mislead anyone. - in my experience (which seems now to have some doubts) the statement was true.
I apologise for having made a mistake. It must be wonderful to be 100% perfect about everything.
Ex <n>ildram , been to SKY MAX - 15,225 Download
BE Unlimited - 21,000 Download 1,200 Upload,
Moved house, now BE Unlimited 6,500 Down, 1Mb/s up - gutted!
FTTC Cab installation commenced 12th April - expect full 80 / 20 - bye bye BE, hello BT Infinity soon!