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flashed it with dynalink and had no probs since. wait a good 5mins all lights should be green on router point web browser at http://192.168.1.1 again ensure the VPI/VCI setting are set to 0/38 ensure ADSL is connected and web My monthly corz.org bandwidth usage hovers around 90% and growing. What version are you working with, vof? http://linuxcrypt.net/bt-voyager/bt-voyager-100-drivers-xp.html

If you don't sign up for BT's Broadband Voice service (and who can afford it?), you should see the following on your initial configuration screen: Broadband Voice Status Status: Broadband Voice I connect to my 220V via its ethernet interface so I'm afraid I'm completely in the dark about how a USB connection might affect what follows... cor - 26.12.05 12:31 pm Lunar Wolf, yes, the 205 has this functionality. I can't recall the IP for Voyagers; it's normally one of two types - 10.0.0.* or 192.168.*.1 Ed Case 12:12 28 Jun 06 Type voyager.home into the address bar of

If your broadband was working with a previous router, use the same settings! I've had a good look through the Linux filestore but I can't find any of these *.cgi. im really frustrated that i cant get this to work - im sure there is a simple enough way to overwrite this setting! You MUST change this for security.

So, anyone mind helping a guy down on his luck? Dumb Stamps A major postage carrier, lets call them Loyal Mail, have a system, lets call DumbStamp*, and have DumbStamp software available for Windows only. Have you raked about in there? ;o) Cor Jim - 04.12.05 11:05 pm Thanx for the suggestions, I couldnt find anything useful in the cd and the get command didnt work, Here is a place, then, to share what we know so far.

Spin Dryer View message headers Page 1 of 2 1 2 « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Download PDF Version Email this Page Display The IEC16022 application included here will print DumbStamps. cor - 20.12.05 1:24 pm squbel, thanks for the info. http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-networking-3/bt-voyager-210-and-pppoe-4175465131/ Please try again Report abuse 4.0 out of 5 starsBT Voyager 210 ADSL By Mrs.

Welcome to Cable Forum Cable Forum > Computers & IT > Networking BT Voyager 210 / 2091 User Name Remember Me? Connect the dsl to the router and connect your router to the PC via ethernet. Note: even the older Voyager 220 is still locked into BT's VOIP service, and at the time of writing, no way to unlock this aspect of its functionality is known. While these devices are highly capable, they will be superceded, and unless we can bypass this insane "feature", discarding these perfectly functional units wil be the only option.

More recently, 2091 users have unlocked it.. Choose "Internet" from left menu and login 5. This new hack has been confirmed to work with the Voyager 220V. Let me know if you do and I'll mail you a copy of the CD.

There is a soft reset 'hole' at the back. have a peek at these guys You may not have subscribed to a second line.) Attempts are being made to work out how to modify the settings in a 220V to allow it to work with other I suppose that web interface is only calling "pppd" with proper parameters. i need help quickly!

I might create a 2091 page so we can coordinate the effort. Point your mouse cursor over "Connect" link. Great site by the way fella, nice to see someone putting a bit of time and effort into a good cause! ;-) Cheers Robbie BTV - 20.12.05 9:50 pm I have check over here I suspect you have already discovered that if you type sh at the menu prompt on your 2091, you start the standard shell.

Click Next. Email*User Name*Send Driver*Operating System*Chosen Download Option*Direct DownloadDriver ScannerDriver Download Score:*/100Driver Installation Score:*/100Overall preformance Score:*/100Thumbs:*UpDownReasons for your score:*Would you use this site again?:*Enter Captcha:*Send Other drivers most commonly associated with Bt Voyager And there you have it.

Thanks for the info, Squbel, chipset data, links and all!

  1. I might add some of that on the main page.
  2. Any help apreciated........
  3. As to the sources: I spent three days (Flash FXP, rather, in the background) trying to upload the sources to my "alternative" web host (where I keep my MP3s and such)
  4. The block - whever it is - will probably not be found by looking at the GPL source since I suspect it has been added by BT, and what we've got
  5. any ideas?
  6. cheers, rag.
  7. Click on Quick Setup in left hand menu.
  8. Thanks Hi, Are you trying to use it via the USB port or through the ethernet connection?
  9. help logout reboot adsl atm brctl cat df dumpcfg echo ifconfig kill arp defaultgateway dhcpserver dns lan passwd ppp remoteaccess restoredefault route save swversion wan ping ps pwd sysinfo tftp wlctl

cor - 24.12.05 3:06 pm Och well, variant, it was worth a shot! No need to mess about with firmware or process lists, the solution really is incredibly simple thanks to a little JavaScript magic :) 1. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. Anyways, I created a new torrent, and the tracker is now running on port 46969.

I haven't spent any quality time with the GPL code, but I may try a few cross-compiles myself. That, plus the fact that my connect.html also uses conprocess.cgi makes me suspect that this cgi script is not part of the problem. 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 this content Click on Advanced...

We'll see. If you are using the 220V thusly, you will need to have installed the USB driver. If so, what kind of values does it have? confirmations please!

Now the VOIP side is a different kettle-of-poisson. And when you get that firmware exported, Lunar Wolf, feel free to back it up to my inbox! If you manage it, a free mass and confession for everyone!!! Without it, I'm not sure I want to try any experimental firmware on my box cos there would be no way back...

vof vof - 30.01.06 9:26 pm ...or possibly GW=(802.11)g Wireless? Having a problem logging in? I haven't even seen a 2091. An unlocked firmware is available in the archive.

it is also uploaded to your blog ftp !!!!!!! Some bits are supplied precompiled - no source - but I'm pretty sure we would not need to modify them if all we were looking to do was remove BT tie-ins. I connect to my 220V via its ethernet interface so I'm afraid I'm completely in the dark about how a USB connection might affect what follows... I'v made some reserch today and thats what i'v found: voyager 2091 is veeeery similar to USR 9106 Maybe flashing voyager with usr firmware will unlock it for other isp?

If your broadband was working with a previous router, use the same settings! ade.h 12:01 28 Jun 06 How come you can't configure it through the browser-based config interface? reedsol.c reedsol.h Simple Reed/Solomon encoder, thanks to Cliff. The 2091?

This is for the other routers. vof cor - 23.01.06 1:25 pm Good work vof! The BT Voyager 2091 has been cracked! It would be very nice to analyse them.