Feb 14, 2013

BM622i Change MAC via Telnet 2011 Firmware

This tutorial is how to change MAC Address on Huawei BM622i WiMAX CPE 4G wireless broadband modem firmware 2011 aka V100R001PHLC08B025. To do this is you must have a telnet client, if you are using Windows 7 you must enable it first on your Control Panel => Programs and features. On Windows XP telnet client is enable by default or you can use Putty if you do not have one it is also a telnet client.

If your prefer to used Windows telnet client  you can click Start => Run, then type cmd a command to open Windows command line interface (CLI) then just press enter will prompt you a window. Type telnet be sure your in the same subnet IP address range. On the other hand, you can also use Putty utility a graphical interface (GUI) telnet client just input on port 23 and it will open a window telnet.

Here's the few steps on how to do the stuff via telnet command line interface:

——–Welcome to ATP Cli——
Login: wimax
ATP>diag set macaddr XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX

set Lan mac address success
Lan mac address updated XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX
set Lan Mac address Sucess
Wan mac address updated XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX

ATP>diag reboot

Wait, Huawei BM622i will reboot.

Then after the Huawei BM622i WiMAX CPE 4G broadband modem reboots, open any browser type login with the Username and Password "user", used password generator to generate an admin password for the MAC you used and log in as admin on Huawei BM22i.

On the left side menu clicked or go to WiMAX => Security
You must change the NAI with your MAC Address "XXXXXXXXXXXX@globelines.com.ph"

Changing the Username and Password is a must with the admin password you have generated from your generator and then click apply to save the changes. If it works for me then absolutely it will also works for you.

Congratulation and enjoy!


whats d purpose of this?? Thank You,,.

Anyone here know what is the default account for telnet of BM622i. I try to use Putty.exe to telnet my modem but can't access. I don't what user password to be use.

Silvester Norman

Change Mac Address

@ Silvester Norman :

the username and the password of telnet had never change.

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