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Ratty2012
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@Locky wrote:

I reboot my modem every week via the web admin page, this is the best way to do it as it sends a command to the cab so it doesn't see it as a dropped connection, well in theory it does.


That use to work with some old ADSL modems. Mostly USB ones. I think the first modem to do that was the green frog.

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mrnumbskull
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Message 12 of 15

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Is it possible to get to a config / admin page of the white FttC modems? Is their address just the gateway address on the router? (I have a very recent install with the white modem and HH3).

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The modems are locked and unlocking them breaks the ToS. You can buy unlocked ones on ebay for about £20!

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zagnome
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@mrnumbskull wrote:

Is it possible to get to a config / admin page of the white FttC modems? Is their address just the gateway address on the router? (I have a very recent install with the white modem and HH3).


Huawei or ECI? 

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Locky
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@Ratty2012 wrote:

@Locky wrote:

I reboot my modem every week via the web admin page, this is the best way to do it as it sends a command to the cab so it doesn't see it as a dropped connection, well in theory it does.


That use to work with some old ADSL modems. Mostly USB ones. I think the first modem to do that was the green frog.


I think the same still stands, I think it's the way broadcom chipset works.

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