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  Reply # 797449 10-Apr-2013 21:55
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 I know we have some internal stuff regarding it I can get tomorrow. Was there anything in particular that you wanted? Otherwise it'll just be me sharing a tonne of links haha


Thank you Yyrael :)

I am after telnet information (and default username/password) for the router if possible.

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  Reply # 797500 10-Apr-2013 23:15
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SightUnseen: Case in point:


Hi

I have just spent nearly 2 hours on the phone to Telecom and finally it's working again. They got me to change some settings. Previously the info was:

*************

Not sure why the settings that have worked for some time needed changing, but it's finally going again.

The change in question was from our MTA to smtp.xtra.co.nz. For some reason, the standard mail port went from open to blocked.

Very glad it was Telecom's people spending 2 hours on this, and not us, which is as it should be.

We now have to inform the client that a number of Telecom/Yahoo's mail servers are blacklisted, and as such there's a greatly increased possibility of their email disappearing into a black hole.


This has already been discussed in this thread as to why Port 25 unblocking and Static IP addresses isn't available.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 797750 11-Apr-2013 13:15
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Bazil:
 I know we have some internal stuff regarding it I can get tomorrow. Was there anything in particular that you wanted? Otherwise it'll just be me sharing a tonne of links haha


Thank you Yyrael :)

I am after telnet information (and default username/password) for the router if possible.


Default username and pass for the router is username: admin , password: admin

Bit more information than the quick start guide here: http://telecom.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/29376

I wasn't able to get the telnet information right off the bat but I'll look into it further today.

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  Reply # 798034 11-Apr-2013 20:26
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Thank you for looking into that Yyrael. I'm specifically after the telnet username and password (admin/admin or various variants of that combo don't work for this device unfortunately).

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  Reply # 798519 12-Apr-2013 16:54
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Bazil: Thank you for looking into that Yyrael. I'm specifically after the telnet username and password (admin/admin or various variants of that combo don't work for this device unfortunately).


Whoops haha, I've spoken to business broadband since it's one of their modems. They've advised it should be user: admin password: password. If that still doesn't work you can give them a call on 0800287463 opt 2 then opt 1 and just explain the situation.

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  Reply # 805621 25-Apr-2013 21:13
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We signed up to Telecom UFB and received the Pace v5542 modem ahead of time.  Performs really well on the existing ADSL (ping 18ms, DL 12-12.5 Mbps over wireless to opp end of house).  One downside, no parental controls available in configuration.  Was thinking of asking for the alternative, the Technicolor TG587n.  Anybody had a chance to compare these two ?  Any learned advice would be appreciated

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  Reply # 808168 30-Apr-2013 18:26
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just had UFB installation done on my property. really impressed with how everything was done.



speed is also good too. on the 30/10 plan. will see how my usage now goes and might upgrade later on

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  Reply # 814878 9-May-2013 22:20
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dhutch: We signed up to Telecom UFB and received the Pace v5542 modem ahead of time.  Performs really well on the existing ADSL (ping 18ms, DL 12-12.5 Mbps over wireless to opp end of house).  One downside, no parental controls available in configuration.  Was thinking of asking for the alternative, the Technicolor TG587n.  Anybody had a chance to compare these two ?  Any learned advice would be appreciated


My experience is only with the the Technicolor TG587n . It does have parental controls; you can either set an address URL filter or even a timed access scheduler for each individual device connected either through wired or wireless means.

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