Bt Voyager 210 Adsl Router Driver
That would provide a simple solution for latter 220v users. I also have the GPL source code CD from BT. P. Oh what a sorry tale everyone seems to tell. weblink
I used to configure the 205 quite extensively. httpd? - i'm not a coder or linux guru :) util.js looks unimportant for me but I don't know JS Cheers I'm glad that you have all the sources - can While I'm, here, vof, isn't there a way to dump the existing (working) firmware from your 220V? Please try again Report abuse See both customer reviews (newest first) Write a customer review Customer Images Search Customer Reviews Search Look for similar items by category Computers & Accessories > http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/forum/helproom-1/bt-voyager-210-help-247085/
However, I now suspect that it was unrelated. edinclimb - 29.01.06 7:26 pm Hi i have just got a voyager 220v! It makes a sad joke out of their meaningless assertion on their Voyager 210 page: http://www.voyager.bt.com/wired_rout...oduct_info.htm 'Key customer benefits are...
- What version are you working with, vof?
- Part of that many Voyager firmwares is GPL, and publicly available; we have recently aquired this.
- Just to make it easier for ppl to find it?
vof vof - 31.01.06 1:48 am edinclimb: Where did you discover that code fragment that does checks against model types and domainlock? Cheers Cor, happy Chrimbo! Alessio is on BT himself, so Paulo whipped out his copy of XVI32, did the dirty with the two firmwares files, and successfully connected his 2091 to AOL. There is a soft reset 'hole' at the back.
all with no problems with either setting it up or running it. Oh, and replace - for free and regardless of age - any that customers bring to their attention as defective, as they clearly have a design flaw. What about the others.. 210V ISP Unlocked! https://community.bt.com/t5/Connected-Devices-Other/BT-Voyager-210-ADSL-Router-problems/td-p/193343 return to paged comments swapmeetpete - 18.11.05 1:24 pm Anyone know how to unlock the BT Voyager 2091?
It would be interesting to know if the firmware within any version varies according to the Voyager model, or whether the same firmware version file can be uploaded to any 2xxx It should be possible for you to backup the firmware and then what you decide to do with it is up to you.... ;-) This is really quite strange.... In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading. Could someone post here results of the following commands (typed in Voyager 2091 shell) ?
I'm presuming it should be simple to install etc.... http://corz.org/network/routers/Voyager/other.bt.voyager.routers.php They really look pretty compatible. Enter your correct ISP username and password. Details entered should be: [email protected] and password (substitute your personal UN & PW) Once account details entered correctly internet connection was enabled.
Extra big packet of Jube Jubes to Alessio for figuring out how to turn a Dynalink 1050W firmware into a working BT Voyager 2091 firmware (with a little help from SkayaWiki have a peek at these guys If the latter is the case, then you might need to try upgrading the firmware, instructions for which should be available from http://www.voyager.bt.com -- | Jonathan Whiting Broadband Solutions for | I decided on wired rather than wireless because of the amount of wireless stuff I have round the house - if anything went wrong I would not know where to start As for de-bricking it, dunno if anyone has managed that with a 2091.
Sylver123 - 19.11.05 8:22 am cor, Just upgraded my "BT Broadband" package to "Option 4" with the "BT Voyager 2091" and a "BT Wireless PCI Adapter". So, if the 2091 domain lock is indeed in util.js, a file we have the source for, we can only change it by changing our copy of the source file then Does anyone have a file copy of any of these Voyager firmware versions, or know where they can be obtained? (The BT sites don't have any to my knowledge.) vof edinclimb
I have a 2100 router and have used it for a number of ISP's, BT, AOL, NTL, Tiscali and f9 ...
By the way, Tiscali do an UNLIMITED (with certainly the most intelligent fair usage policy I've ever read) 2MB broadband service for only Â£17.99/month, which is a good Â£12 cheaper than Cheers cor - 01.02.06 1:17 pm Nice work Squbel! Click..Done! But not other ISP-locked BT Voyager routers like the Voyager 210.
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I had problems getting and maintaing a connection before I did this, and now it's fine. Which router do you recommend? I don't think so, anyway, the router has said just before rebooting, that the firmware was received correctly... It's Quantum Physics!
Personally I like the Netgear DG834 series which is a doddle to set up and is available in WiFi and plain ethernet versions. Thanx anyway, Jim cor - 03.12.05 8:59 pm Jim, chances are it's just a rebranded *something*. Wow!! vof - 31.01.06 1:25 am Squbel: I may have misled you in an earlier post.
Let us know how you get on. I e-mailed the guy who was selling the Unlock instructions in ebay and sadly he had nothing to help use with either: "Hi, I removed the listing because this doesn't seem Any help apreciated........ The India Call Centre never mentioned that, and I can not see this in the T's & C's of my BT contract.
As we learn things, I will endeavour to put the information up here where you can easily get at it. vof - 27.01.06 3:52 pm digitaldazz: Busybox is not strictly a shell, more a program which provides a lot of the standard functions needed on a Linux system in a much After going through a line check, being told everything was OK and that I probably needed a new router (but not *why* I needed one), I decided I had nothing to I just bypassed the domainLock on a new BT voyager [220V] that I was trying to get working on Eclipse for a friend.
Please? #33 06-November-2007, 01:35 Galgee Guest Posts: n/a Re: my bt voyager 210 adsl router keeps on disconnecting When you go to the Voyager main page (at http://192.168.1.1), Sell on Amazon Image Unavailable Image not available forColour: BT Voyager 210 ADSL Modem Router 3.5 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews Currently unavailable. cheers, rag. vof Squbel - 30.01.06 11:33 pm Vof: Re: GW - the latter for sure :) 1.
You have choices! For a company that claims to be evironmentally friendly, this surely-criminal practice aims to create a mountain hardware that's soul function will be to pollute the environment.