Bt Voyager 210 Usb Drivers
While these devices are highly capable, they will be superceded, and unless we can bypass this insane "feature", discarding these perfectly functional units wil be the only option. BT are useless when it comes to supplying technical documentation, but other ISP's and manufacturers perform excellently in this respect (thank you solwise!). So can someone please help me set this up and get it working? The Install Shield Wizard will now open. weblink
im using a usb modem at the mo and its annoying me severly vof - 29.01.06 10:30 pm edinclimb: Do you mean use the 220V for another UK broadband ISP or conprocess.cgi would seem to be a CGI script on the ISP server which processes the username and password. Will also make comment about it here. Our grandchildren will not thanks us.
X Please fill captcha In order to prevent "robots" from misusing our bandwidth,we request that you prove you are human. Cor: do you want to make these files available in your site's download area? Look here! I have tried switching the isp, when i input the username and password i get a message saying "usupported broadbad service" and that its basically only bt that can be sed
The comments above are culled from the main page (and a couple from the advanced page), I may have missed a few. Actaually, no, I've had enough of BT, 40GB/month! I might create a 2091 page so we can coordinate the effort. https://support.zen.co.uk/kb/Knowledgebase/BT-Voyager-USB-Driver-Installation Landline Broadband TV BT Mobile BT Sport Billing Forums Contact Us CommunityCategoryBoardUsers turn on suggestions Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your
edinclimb - 29.01.06 7:26 pm Hi i have just got a voyager 220v! 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.... im not sure about tftpd... This therfore suggests that the easiest way to unlock the damn thing is to find the older firmware, but as yet i can't find it anywhere.
As you suggest, building a firmware image is one thing, ensuring it works when uploaded is much more demanding. http:[email protected]/msg43305.html vof vof - 31.01.06 1:48 am edinclimb: Where did you discover that code fragment that does checks against model types and domainlock? I'll post more about BT/Dynalink/Askey/GPL issues over on that page as I discover it. Join our community today!
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- Regards, Jim cor - 05.12.05 5:42 am Okay, Jim, that's a start, definitely.
- Oh, BTW, the kernel in my release is 2.4.17.
- So exactly what difference does an ultra-low resistance cable make to a signal that has traveled thru several kilometers of regular old copper twisted pair?
- Now the VOIP side is a different kettle-of-poisson.
- You claimed the v210 was ONLY a modem, which it isn't and then said the setup disk should be used when the poster said he'd NEVER got one !
Phone 1: Broadband Voice is not connected. (Authentication failure. cor - 06.01.06 5:01 am Cheers Squbel! By the way, has anyone tried an openwrt distro on the thing? check over here So can I just phone up BT and get a disc from them and then install the disc with the new modem router connected and that should sort all the problems?
Conventionally, CGI files live in cgi-bin but there doesn't appear to be such a dir in the Linux fs either. It may be of some use to the 2091 pioneers. Click on Quick Setup in left hand menu.
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
If so, what kind of values does it have? I'm only afraid that BT will fix this bug with next firmware rel and this trick will be useless. The rest, as they say, is history. *g* Check out the Useful links section below for the file you need. Installation: When you begin theinstallation of the BT Voyager 1010 Wireless USB Adapter you should ensure the device is not plugged in to your computer.
Manual for 9105(?) (looks same but no wifi): http://www.paradyne.com/support/manuals/docs/6211-A2-GB23-00.pdf Commands for 9106: http://www.usr.co.nz/links/usr9106-reference.doc USR firmware for 9106 - not tested ! : http://www.usr.co.nz/support.htm Hope this will help. I'm not sure about tftpd... I think they must come from BT but since the GPL packages seem to come from Broadcom, those GPL packages don't include the sources. this content Click on Advanced...
But I don't, and it's unlikely that I ever will. I forgot about that erm Linux Distribution I had going in the background, now capped, you should get about 15-20Kb/s all the way. So exactly what difference does an ultra-low resistance cable make to a signal that has traveled thru several kilometers of regular old copper twisted pair? I *think* setup the port-forwarding correctly!
If it's Broadcom BCM6348 chipset, there's a high chance that it has a similar configuration to the Netgear DG834GT, its support page, with user manuals and all that, is here. vof - 30.01.06 10:42 am edinclimb: Interesting!