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TOPIC: How to telnet to a broadband router?

How to telnet to a broadband router? 13 years 7 months ago #5950

Hi everbody,

I have trouble with my broadband router. I can configure my router in http interface ( using Internet Explorer to browse). But I can't connect to it by telnet 192.168.0.1 . What should I do to make a telnet connection to it?

I really want to use command line interface. Pls help me!
Thanks,

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Telnet 13 years 7 months ago #5960

What is the make and model of the router?

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Re: How to telnet to a broadband router? 13 years 7 months ago #5974

If you can reach the web interface and can ping the router it seems strange that you can't reach telnet..

First things first...
1. Check that telnet is enabled
2. Check that you haven't got any filtering (access lists etc) on the telnet interfaces
3. If this is a Cisco router it wont let you login over the VTY's unless you specifically give it a 'login' on the vty 0 4 lines...*scratches head*.. yeah....


:)

Cheers,

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Re: How to telnet to a broadband router? 13 years 7 months ago #5978

Hi,

My router is as follow:

Detail | Description
Product ZIO INB3040SR
Processor ARM7(Conexant CX84200)
WAN 10/100 BASE-T(RJ45)
LAN 10/100 BASE-T(RJ45)
Flash ROM 512 Kbytes
Buffer Memory 4M

And it was made in Korea. I can only read a litlte Korean, and translate in to English!

This is backside of my router:



You can see that there isn't any Auxiliary or Console line!

As I don't have experience in configuration in http interface, can anybody give an instant instruction of this??

Thanks,

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Re: How to telnet to a broadband router? 13 years 7 months ago #5997

Hi, If you just have a basic broadband router then I don't think you can use command line, meaning you can't telnet. My netgear broadband router don't have this option, although I would like to own one which has.

Can anyone recommend one at a reasonable price ? Thanks

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