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Topic # 215085 11-Jun-2017 21:05
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Does anyone know how to do a Factory Reset for a Nokia M1122 adsl router

 

Thx in advance


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  Reply # 1798192 11-Jun-2017 21:08
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Wow. I can't believe that one of these could still be functioning!

 

 


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  Reply # 1798202 11-Jun-2017 21:38
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From personal experience of trying to fix one about 12 odd years ago, you will get better ADSL experience using a more modern router.

 

Back then we were on a 2 megabit plan with ihug and couldn't get more than around a 900kb connection, had a proper master filter and all. This predates all the new cabinets Telecom (as known back then) were rolling out. I just happened to of had a Dlink ADSL router which I got off trademe for $10(ish) which was the type Telecom were giving out for Xtra so I tried it and instantly got a 2 megabit connection. 

 

So in short my point is the M1122 routers don't really get on well with the dslams that are currently in use.


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  Reply # 1798211 11-Jun-2017 22:08
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http://wiki.wlug.org.nz/archive/nokia/m1122.pdf

 

http://www.unixathome.org/adsl/archives/2002_04/0089.php

 

 

 

Loved mine but for life of me cannot remember anything about resetting them etc :D

 

 





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  Reply # 1798212 11-Jun-2017 22:22
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Ah I remember these :D

 

I'm fairly sure you can do it using a CLI cable and the "restore" command or something.  

 

CLI cable same pinout as Cisco if memory serves.

 

Is there a pinhole?  I honestly can't remember.  If so try pushing the button inside for 10 seconds or so.  You might have to be holding it in while you power it on.


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  Reply # 1798247 12-Jun-2017 07:15
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Is there a reason you're still using the M1122? Unless you're in the remaining 1% of so of connections in NZ that can only get ADSL1 on BUBA all you're doing by using that hardware is heavily restricting your performance.

 

 




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  Reply # 1798358 12-Jun-2017 10:53
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I know its pretty old ( I just dont like throwing things away )

 

I was going to give it to my elderly neighbour who is still on adsl


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  Reply # 1798362 12-Jun-2017 11:04
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If you like your neighbour spend $10 on trademe and get them anyone of a dozen more modern and better speed modems. The M1122 was fantastic, but it's well past it's use by date.


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  Reply # 1798366 12-Jun-2017 11:12
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99% sure there is a need to use the CLI interface to reset these boxes.

 

Ah such good memories, getting one for free year ago and used it for a number of years before the PSU died on it


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