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Topic # 101304 28-Apr-2012 08:30
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Anyone know how to access one of these Cisco DPC3008 cable modems to see connection stats etc?








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  Reply # 616411 28-Apr-2012 08:37
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Hi, try 192.168.100.1, might work

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  Reply # 616426 28-Apr-2012 09:06
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You can't.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 616446 28-Apr-2012 09:40
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Lias: Anyone know how to access one of these Cisco DPC3008 cable modems to see connection stats etc?


I had the same question:

DoomlordVekk: Skillie, sorry, you won't be able to log onto the modem, just the 2 webpages that you hit from 192.168.100.1 giving you info about the downstream channel conditions, signal, MER etc. 


If it's any consolation, it's a really unfriendly, directory level based shorthand commandline, that seems to have zero contextual help and needed a mix of a Cisco/Scientific Atlanta tech and a Broadcom tech to drive it and deliver 'output' of use.

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  Reply # 616561 28-Apr-2012 14:53
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Men, You can access the CM front end by putting a pc back-to-back and navigating to 192.168.1.1 (I incorrectly said 192.168.100.1, my bad, sorry).
That will give you info similar to shown below.

and


I would wholeheartedly NOT recommend changing or submitting anything from the front end.  It will, in all likelihood  be ignored or may require a reboot to recover.
You have been warned.




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  Reply # 616762 28-Apr-2012 20:39
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Cheers Doomlord!




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