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Re: [vox-tech] SpeedStream 5360 ADSL modem, SNMP?
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Re: [vox-tech] SpeedStream 5360 ADSL modem, SNMP?



On Mon, 7 Apr 2003, Mike Simons wrote:

> Hi all,
> 
>   I have a SpeedStream 5360 ADSL bridge, which is using IP 192.168.1.1, 
> is responding to SNMP requests, is listening on TCP port 80 and 6800.
> 
>   I think this device is standard issue for SBC DSL service.
> 
>   I would like to know how to reconfigure this modem (to change the IP
> address and turn off port 80 and 6800 and/or snmp).  All documentation
> for the device was lost and the efficient.com website has practically no
> information about the device.
> 
>   According to the helpful people at support@efficient.com, this device
> ===
> a) does not support SNMP
> b) does not use IP address 192.168.1.1
> c) does not allow any configuration
> d) appears to be malfunctioning and should be returned.
> ===
> 
>   I connected the modem all by itself upto a machine without a phone
> line into it and verified I can do things like ping, telnet to port 80
> and 6800, and do a snmpwalk.
> 
>   So I "know" what I'm being told (a, b, c) is hogwash...



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