All generic Firmware issued by Thomson since r5.3.0 has default usernames & passwords; the default user is: Note: the router OS is *nix, which means that both the username & password are c As E s Ens It Iv E.
The user 'Administrator' also has Administrator privileges (see 2nd post), which allows them to do anything & everything from the LAN-side of the router/Gateway. If a Speed Touch Wizard is used to upgrade/downgrade the firmware, it will by default attempt to copy the router configuration to disk before transfer, then copy it back afterwards.
Web (port 80) access to a router with a blank password will NOT demand a un/pw; FTP (port 21) or Telnet (port 23) will ALWAYS demand a un/pw, even if it is blank.
They are giving different rights and possibilities for changes and configurations, to the user.
It supports Power-over-Ethernet and it has a second Ethernet port for a connection with PC, which reduce the amount of cables.
The phone is directed to the business class users and in this tutorial we are going to show you how to set up your phone to work with the open-source Asterisk PBX, but first let's take a look at the list with the features- Audio extension connection: Integrated headset RJ9 port - Multiple power options: power over Ethernet 802.3af and external power supply adapter - Vo IP Standard: SIP V2 (RFC 3261) - Voice compression standards: G.711, G.723.1, G.726, G.729AB - IP addressing: Static or dynamic IP configuration (integrated DHCP client) - Quality of Service: To S Diff Serv, 802.1p/Q, VAD, CNG, AGC Packet Loss Compensation, Adaptive Jitter buffering, adjustable packet duration - Web browser interface for configuration and firmware upgrade (admin & user mode), Auto-provisioning configuration & firmware, LCD MENU configuration- English language - SIP v2 compliant - 2 lines x 16 characters Alphanumeric LCD display - 2 10/100 Mb/s Auto-sense - Power over Ethernet - Speakerphone & Headset - Handsfree talking (group listening) - Direct message access key - Caller ID Display* Redial (1 number) * Speed dial (5 direct memories) * Message Waiting Indicator * Mute * Hold * Blind Transfer * Forward (Always, On busy, No answer) * On-hook dialing * Group listening * Address book (18 indirect memories) * Caller ID Display * Volume control (speaker, handset, headset & ringer) * Date & Time Display (idle state) * Call duration timer1) You will need a working Asterisk PBX with made users and extensions.
First, be reassured that ALL cases that I've come across so far are perfectly standard Thomson firmware, but with customised config files that prevent the user from accessing the CLI (telnet), or FTP, or the parts of the router web-interface that allow those config files, etc. That, after all, is what the privilege system was designed to do - allow ISPs to lock users out.
So, the issue for those unfortunates that have been lumbered with an ISP that prevents them from changing settings (read: control-freak) boils down to "how do I change the privilege of my username? Or, more specifically, "how do I give my username an 'Administrator' privilege? Or, even better, "how can I get a username with a 'Super User' privilege?