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Topic # 79797 22-Mar-2011 17:12
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I bought one of the HUAWAI HG556A modems off Trademe to use at home. I am on the Xtra network at home and cannot figure out how to change the user / password and DNS settings to Telecoms.

Can anyone shed some light on configuring this modem to work on Telecom's network?
 

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  Reply # 450844 22-Mar-2011 17:45
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OK, Figured it out. Definetly a "Wannabe Geek".

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  Reply # 476774 1-Jun-2011 17:58
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Could you help me out with the configure of it,thanks :)

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 479834 10-Jun-2011 18:42
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Hey, I've just done exactly the same thing and can't work out what to do!  Could you please enlighten another wannabe geek?

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  Reply # 479839 10-Jun-2011 18:47
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You need to be able to log into the management pages of the router - can you do that? (Usually it is http://192.168.1.1)

THEN, you need to find where the username and password for the internet are and change them to user@xtrabb.co.nz with a password of abc123 (I don't think it matters what password you use, I have used that one and password with no issues). Then you need to save the settings and you are good to go.

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  Reply # 479974 11-Jun-2011 07:51
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Sweet! Thanks for your super quick reply.  All go here, thanks again.

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  Reply # 480169 11-Jun-2011 20:59
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Thanks bro (:

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