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Topic # 85615 22-Jun-2011 11:20
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Hi I have a 2wire modem from Telecom which I would like to use with my new ISP, however the username realm appears to be locked to user@bbxtra.co.nz is there a way to change the username to use the modem with my new ISP?

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  Reply # 484293 22-Jun-2011 11:51
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No

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  Reply # 484296 22-Jun-2011 11:53
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Not with the telecom firmware but if you want to hack it you can get it working with other providers

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=39&topicid=36796



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  Reply # 484817 23-Jun-2011 09:34
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Thanks - I'll give it a go, nothing to lose.

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  Reply # 485544 24-Jun-2011 16:09
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Yup, I'm on a 2wire modem using Orcon.

I'm using the qwest firmware from here:

http://bt2700hgv.tripod.com/085.htm

Orcon is mega slow for me at the moment but it has worked well over the last month or so. 

dan

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  Reply # 485546 24-Jun-2011 16:14
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If your on a LLU plan - their + plans, any login password will be authenticated, so you dont need to worry about flashing it

if its on a telecom wholesale plan, you will need to .

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