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Topic # 102947 26-May-2012 11:52 Send private message

Hi All,

Would someone in the "know" be able to assist in getting login information to the TG582N router via Telnet CLI?

I have tried administrator/admin and administrator/[blank password] and administrator/administrator but have had no luck.

My goal is to setup this router as a repeater to an existing router which is connected to the internet. I.e. extending the wireless range with the TG582N (using existing free device, rather than purchasing a HomePlug)

To do this I need to set a static IP, disable DHCP, setup SSID and authentication on the TG582N via Telnet (web interface does not have these options, unfortunately)


Any help would be appreciated!


Thanks.

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  Reply # 630675 26-May-2012 11:59 Send private message

The user id is case sensitive. Have you try Administrator with a capital A?

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  Reply # 630764 26-May-2012 16:31 Send private message

AKLWestie: The user id is case sensitive. Have you try Administrator with a capital A?


Yep its Administrator with a capital A and no password



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  Reply # 630791 26-May-2012 18:08 Send private message

AKLWestie: The user id is case sensitive. Have you try Administrator with a capital A?


Thanks! Yes, this worked.

Do you know how to get the commands for:
Setting a static IP, setting up SSID and authentication on the TG582N?
I have managed to disable DHCP by using "DHCP server config stated=disabled" not sure how to save a Static IP and setting the wireless SSID settings though.

Also in the menu system on the CLI, I figured control+c to cancel out but how do you save in "menu" mode?

Thanks

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  Reply # 631227 27-May-2012 22:05 Send private message

A few links to help you out.

http://npr.me.uk/telnet.html
http://wiki.aa.org.uk/images/3/33/TG582n_CLI_Guide_v1.0_public.pdf

If you break it... don't blame me :)



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  Reply # 631260 27-May-2012 23:21 Send private message

plambrechtsen: A few links to help you out.

http://npr.me.uk/telnet.html
http://wiki.aa.org.uk/images/3/33/TG582n_CLI_Guide_v1.0_public.pdf

If you break it... don't blame me :)


Awesome! Thanks a lot Wink

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