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The main page started getting a lot of non-205 action, particularly folk looking for ways to unlock the BT Voyager 2091 router to use with another ISP. It will seem to you like nothing has happened - but now just enter (or preferably paste) your new ISP details in and hit connect - no more annoying "unsupported broadband i recently tried(and failed) to do this using IPCOP 2.0.6; apparently it needs a driver for the BT Voyager 210(using the Broadcom 6348 chipset), which sadly isn't available at the site I've managed to rebuild a firmware file for a 96348 based box. http://linuxcrypt.net/bt-voyager/bt-voyager-210-adsl-router-driver.html

Lunar Wolf - i believe that you are perfectly right about this! I have a few of these kicking around. 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". return to paged comments swapmeetpete - 18.11.05 1:24 pm Anyone know how to unlock the BT Voyager 2091? https://community.bt.com/t5/ADSL-Copper-Broadband-Speed/Will-windows-7-work-with-BT-Voyager-210-router/td-p/94699

One version that was mentioned was "" which looks remarkably similar to one of the above. please keep my name private !!!!!!! The 2091? Squbel - 01.02.06 5:56 pm So here it is: 1.

  1. checkNum is in my opinion random number (within a 1-9999 range?) generated by httpd and is used to ensure that command is produced by web interface (not by user like in
  2. Some of the code is supplied only as precompiled but all the things you mention, ftpd, httpd, tftpd, iptables, are GPL and the source is provided.
  3. I haven't got a disk file copy of my existing firmware, i.e.
  4. Have fun! ;o) Cor vof - 30.01.06 8:20 pm Well, prompted by my response to edinclimb earlier today, I decided to spend some 'quality time' (as they say) with the GPL
  5. Good work!
  6. any freedrive or something ?
  7. The print on the board says its a RTA1032W-D51 but google didnt like that.
  8. Your 220V has a later firmware version than mine, and your version appears to be the same one as is blocking Voyager 2091 users from use of other ISPs. (BTW, have
  9. edinclimb - 29.01.06 7:26 pm Hi i have just got a voyager 220v!
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So in the interim I will try the cable.Keith Message 6 of 6 (1,305 Views)   Reply « Message Listing « Previous Topic Next Topic » Links about this site BT Hope this helps and thanks for your reply. If it's USB, then you may have issues with the USB drivers running under Win7. I've had a look through the routers menu's in a telnet session and can't see any options for saving/exporting/backingUp the firmware.

All Rights Reserved. We'll see. Any solutions welcome - apart from switching ISP ! http://corz.org/network/routers/Voyager/other.bt.voyager.routers.php?page=all LinuxQuestions.org > Forums > Linux Forums > Linux - Networking BT Voyager 210 and PPPOE User Name Remember Me?

any ideas? The box is (obviously) running an httpd daemon but finding either a binary or source file for that is also problematic. have you set your port forwarding correctly? (just kiddin) :) I wish someone would report that this unlocking thing is working or not... all with no problems with either setting it up or running it.

After unpacking the original file, you get a couple more .tar.gz plus a consumer install script. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/bt-voyager-190-unlock-problem.104750/ Click here to find out more » Adverts.ie Ireland's Trusted Marketplace Ads Jobs Motors Buy and sell your things Place ad Sign up Log In Browse categories ▾ Jobs & Services vof - 28.01.06 12:33 am Squbel: I have a BT Voyager 220V which offers VOIP via BT's very expensive Broadband Voice service. Voyager GPL Firmware..

vof - 31.01.06 11:00 pm Squbel: Not sure what you mean by 'BT package'. have a peek at these guys It is for the BT Voyager 190. Quote: I think i'll give up. It was tried only on vers If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above.

In fact, this is the very best way to set things up. The router has an upload capability via tftp and all the web interface script sets I've seen provide an upload script too. PPP: PPP_0_38_1 Start to connect ... check over here I have a 2100 router and have used it for a number of ISP's, BT, AOL, NTL, Tiscali and f9 ...

From what i heard u simply click a disconnect button on the quickstart screen and it then allows u to enter your own details?.... Great site with many firmware tricks for BCM6345 based routers (all file tricks should work on BCM6348 chips as well). cor - 26.12.05 12:31 pm Lunar Wolf, yes, the 205 has this functionality.

I'll not be adding it to the useful links anytime soon, then.

Jim cor - 06.12.05 8:53 am Jim! use a straightened paperclip to poke into this hole and reset the thing back to default settings and try again. Click Next. Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account?

Mine says ask isp for details - on my old isp with 205 i used my log on . I seem to remember the 205 having that facility. So in connect.html you can find: "(...)