Aug 13, 2018

PLDT Fiberhome AN5506-04 Slowing After Bridge

I have been satisfied with my PLDT Fibehome internet fiber broadband connection for several months with my download speed of up to 1.2Mbits per second per download. I have no complain about my subscription plan because it is a just and fair with my monthly billing. When the PLDT Fiberhome Technical Team installed my fiber connection my ONU/ONT Fiberhome AN5506-04-FA came with older software version RP2610, the PLDT Manila NOC (Network Operation Center) advice me not to power off the 3in1 device for software updates to RP2616. Yes the AN5506-04-FA is a three in one equipment, it is an ONU/ONT bundled with digital Modem (Modulator De-modulator) similar to media converter likewise a Router for routing, and at same time a WAP (Wireless Access Point) with two Bands, one is 2.4GHz and the other is 5GHz frequency, also a four LAN port and two POTS ports for wired PCs and Telephone.


It has been long time ago that my PLDT Fiberhome internet fiber connection from the time being installed I got no worry about even though the web GUI (Graphical User Interface) has only limited settings,with the helps of those Gurus out the in gist.github.com I able to fully access and navigate the rest of the ONU/ONT web GUI Menu and settings. Early on the month of April the tricks to navigate the rest of the Menus and settings with admin username and password 1234 are unavaible already. After checking the software version, oh! RP2616 is no longer on the Status Device Information but rather an update being done now its RP2621 already. The gist.github.com and symbianize.com altering 1.xml to 2.xml will log you out and prompt you the return2login.html. In other words me and the rest of the Netizen who use the same agenda will now have to end the enjoyable downloading that we have on the previous tricks and settings.


So I make a call and dialed 171, I speak to the CSR and made a request for Bridge Mode of my lousy PLDT Fiberhome ONU/ONT AN5506-04-FA software version RP2621 hoping that from Routing Mode to Bridging will solved my problem. This is purchasing a new wireless router to served for my said purposes. One day after PLDT Technical guy calls up and talk to me and ask me what is my concerned, I said, I just need to be Bridge my ONU/ONT AN5506-04-FA I will just provide another wireless router for me needs.
He told me just to hang the phone for a while and after three (3) minutes he told me to unplug the power adaptor and plug again then power it up. Yes so quick, after he told me to verify if its already in the Bridge Mode and I said yes. I was so happy on that day that my PLDT Fiberhome AN5506-04-FA ONU/ONT is now on Bridge mode.

So finally my goal on Bridging the ONU/ONT is now done worry not because my new TP-Link WR841N can handle it, this kind of router is cheap with fair price and it is also a well know brand in data communication. So from that day I didn't check my speedtest if there is improvement or worst than before. A month have pass I notice it when I download files that my downstream now is on 50Kbits, I keep on downloading until I come to the conclusion that there is something wrong with my speed. Even for YouTube video streaming it took sometime to load the video to play. When I read on the other thread some Netizen also facing this kind problem after changing their ONU/ONT AN5506-04-FA from Router mode to Bridge mode the speed of the downstream get worsen that what they are to expected.

Reading upon research from other thread online about ONU/ONT and OLT, I came to the conclusion that on the side of Optical Network Unit or Optical Network Terminal it won't serve the purpose, you are limited and can be locked, on my observations all the supervision and management are on the side of the Optical Line Terminal (OLT). The OLT can restrict your upload and download, it has also the authority even to null your ONU/ONT LAN ports to a single PC only. Of course there is a remedy for this, remember there is no secured system made by human being there is always a way in that is why they won't stop and always keep on patching from time to time because they know its INSECURED.

Aug 5, 2018

How To Backup Fiberhome AN5506-04-FA MTD

First and foremost before doing the backup of the ONU/ONT Fiberhome AN5506-04-FA make sure you are the owner of the device, secondly you responsible for the damage you have done, doing this is a risky and you might be able to brick the equipment if mishandled incorrectly. As a precaution, preferably you have a spare ONU/ONT on your hand in the case of disaster you might not disrupt your internet connection.

How do we backup the ONU/ONT Fiberhome AN5506-04-FA mtd aka firmware?


There are two available terminal that we can gain access on AN5506-04-FA one is via Telnet terminal and the other is via Serial communication port. These two accessible console is also applicable to the other Fiberhome ONU/ONT AN5506-XX-XXX series if you want to explore your own device to prevent your Internet Fiber ONU device being remotely updated upon updated its firmware for you not to have the vast features configuration and all the other setting being hidden by your greedy ISP. To begin with, lets check if the port of Telnet is open we can use NMAP to verify it or other similar port scanner that may give us same result. If the Telnet port is close then we do not have other choice but to open the top cover of the ONU/ONT AN5506-04-FA because Serial Console header is residing on the surface of the board.



What we need for serial communication for us to be able to communicate with AN5506-04-FA Serial Console is a serial com port, or any USB-to-Serial converter device. Then a HyperTerminal, you can also use Putty,you might want to be comfy Hercules will do or any other application alike will serve for data communication between two digital devices. Once you are plugged in then the console terminal is ready. Communication baud rate is 115200 8n1, if everything is properly hooked up, once we fire up the power ON you should see the U-Boot message just started like this.

U-Boot 2010.03-svn671412 (May 27 2017 - 09:37:39)

DRAM:  128 MB
Boot From NAND Flash
CHIP ID = 51152100
NAND:  Special Nand id table Version 1.23
Nand ID: 0xC2 0xF1 0x80 0x95 0x02 0x00 0x00 0x00
Nand(Hardware): Block:128KB Page:2KB Chip:128MB*1 OOB:64B ECC:4Bytes
128 MiB
env0 ok ~~~~~~~~~~~
In:    serial
Out:   serial
Err:   serial
hi_lsw_init
hi_lsw_init_t
MEM_MODE = MEM!
tmp_cmd a =kk=112 mem=240M console=ttyAMA1,115200 root=/dev/mtdblock5 rootfstype=jffs2 mtdparts=hinand:128k(startcode),1M(u-bootA),1M(u-bootB),1M(envA),1M(envB),18M(kernel_rootfsA),18M(app_binA),20M(app_exA),18M(kernel_rootfsB),18M(app_binB),20M(app_exB),12160k(cfg)
kernel_rootfs_mtd_offset = 0x420000
Hit enter to stop autoboot:  2

This is just the first boot, let the system to goes on to the second boot until you see the message like this and then it will tell you to Press Ctrl+C to stop auto setup in 3 seconds, from 2sec to 0sec you must be quick.

CFE adapter module install successfully ...!

CFE hw_adpter_l3 module install successfully ...!

CFE module install successfully ...!
dapter multicast module install successfully, version: Jul 12 2017 10:28:18

 CFE_FH_MARK module install successfully ...!
initialize.sh...

Press Ctrl + C to stop auto setup 0

You are now in the root directory

~ #
Once you type the following Linux command like this cat /proc/mtd then you will see now the list of all MTDs.

~ # cat /proc/mtd
dev:    size   erasesize  name
mtd0: 00020000 00020000 "startcode"
mtd1: 00100000 00020000 "u-bootA"
mtd2: 00100000 00020000 "u-bootB"
mtd3: 00100000 00020000 "envA"
mtd4: 00100000 00020000 "envB"
mtd5: 01200000 00020000 "kernel_rootfsA"
mtd6: 01200000 00020000 "app_binA"
mtd7: 01400000 00020000 "app_exA"
mtd8: 01200000 00020000 "kernel_rootfsB"
mtd9: 01200000 00020000 "app_binB"
mtd10: 01400000 00020000 "app_exB"
mtd11: 00be0000 00020000 "cfg"

Your USB pen drive or Flash drive must be formatted in FAT32 by default in any Microsoft Windows OS. After formatting it eject then plugged it onto the USB port of the AN5506-04-FA device. It will then pop you a message like this.


usb 1-2: new high speed USB device using hiusb-ehci and address 3
scsi1 : usb-storage 1-2:1.0
scsi 1:0:0:0: Direct-Access     TOSHIBA  TransMemory      1.00 PQ: 0 ANSI: 4
sd 1:0:0:0: [sda] 7574304 512-byte logical blocks: (3.87 GB/3.61 GiB)
sd 1:0:0:0: Attached scsi generic sg0 type 0
sd 1:0:0:0: [sda] Write Protect is off
sd 1:0:0:0: [sda] Assuming drive cache: write through
sd 1:0:0:0: [sda] Assuming drive cache: write through
 sda: sda1
sd 1:0:0:0: [sda] Assuming drive cache: write through
sd 1:0:0:0: [sda] Attached SCSI removable disk
fat
open /dev/console successed.
usb led 0  off
usb led 1  on

Verify with the df  Linux command. It will show you the list of all devices in the system.

~ # df
Filesystem           1K-blocks      Used Available Use% Mounted on
/dev/root                18432      9864      8568  54% /
tmpfs                   119696         4    119692   0% /dev
none                    524288         0    524288   0% /tmp
none                    524288         4    524284   0% /var
/dev/mtdblock11          12160       856     11304   7% /fhcfg
/dev/mtdblock6           18432      5796     12636  31% /fh/bin
/dev/mtdblock7           20480     16564      3916  81% /fh/extend
/dev/sda1              3777936    215868   3562068   6% /dev/shm/usb/media/sda1

The USB flash drive is detected as sda1 device (/dev/sda1) and the mount point is located at (/dev/shm/usb/media/sda1), now we have to unmount the USB pen drive device first by not unplugging from the USB port of the AN5506-04-FA. Then mount again the USB flash drive with this following Linux command.


umount /dev/sda1

mount /dev/sda1 /dev/shm/usb/media/sda1

We are ready now for backing up all the MTDs of Fiberhome ONU/ONT AN5506-04-FA, we'll make first folder on the USB drive with this command.


mkdir /dev/shm/usb/media/sda1/backup


Now use these following Linux commands for back up the list of all the AN5506-04-FA MTDs.


~ # dd if=/dev/mtd0 of=/dev/shm/usb/media/sda1/backup/startcode.bin

256+0 records in
256+0 records out
131072 bytes (128.0KB) copied, 0.018642 seconds, 6.7MB/s


~ # dd if=/dev/mtd1 of=/dev/shm/usb/media/sda1/backup/u-bootA.bin

2048+0 records in
2048+0 records out
1048576 bytes (1.0MB) copied, 0.147251 seconds, 6.8MB/s

~ # dd if=/dev/mtd2 of=/dev/shm/usb/media/sda1/backup/u-bootB.bin

2048+0 records in
2048+0 records out
1048576 bytes (1.0MB) copied, 0.146912 seconds, 6.8MB/s

~ # dd if=/dev/mtd3 of=/dev/shm/usb/media/sda1/backup/envA.bin

2048+0 records in
2048+0 records out
1048576 bytes (1.0MB) copied, 0.147150 seconds, 6.8MB/s

~ # dd if=/dev/mtd4 of=/dev/shm/usb/media/sda1/backup/envB.bin

2048+0 records in
2048+0 records out
1048576 bytes (1.0MB) copied, 0.146535 seconds, 6.8MB/s

~ # dd if=/dev/mtd5 of=/dev/shm/usb/media/sda1/backup/kernel_rootfsA.bin

36864+0 records in
36864+0 records out
18874368 bytes (18.0MB) copied, 2.636288 seconds, 6.8MB/s

~ # dd if=/dev/mtd6 of=/dev/shm/usb/media/sda1/backup/app_binA.bin

36864+0 records in
36864+0 records out
18874368 bytes (18.0MB) copied, 3.495190 seconds, 5.1MB/s

~ # dd if=/dev/mtd7 of=/dev/shm/usb/media/sda1/backup/app_exA.bin

40960+0 records in
40960+0 records out
20971520 bytes (20.0MB) copied, 2.980738 seconds, 6.7MB/s

~ # dd if=/dev/mtd8 of=/dev/shm/usb/media/sda1/backup/kernel_rootfsB.bin

36864+0 records in
36864+0 records out
18874368 bytes (18.0MB) copied, 5.694926 seconds, 3.2MB/s

~ # dd if=/dev/mtd9 of=/dev/shm/usb/media/sda1/backup/app_binB.bin

36864+0 records in
36864+0 records out
18874368 bytes (18.0MB) copied, 2.767045 seconds, 6.5MB/s

~ # dd if=/dev/mtd10 of=/dev/shm/usb/media/sda1/backup/app_exB.bin

40960+0 records in
40960+0 records out
20971520 bytes (20.0MB) copied, 2.995862 seconds, 6.7MB/s

~ # dd if=/dev/mtd11 of=/dev/shm/usb/media/sda1/backup/cfg.bin

24320+0 records in
24320+0 records out
12451840 bytes (11.9MB) copied, 1.870105 seconds, 6.3MB/s

Now we are done, we able to backup all the MTDs of Fiberhome ONU An5506-04-FA. Soonest I post an article on How-To upload the MTD int the device incase you bricked you equipment you can repair it by you own.

Aug 1, 2018

How To Change MAC Address on Embeded System

I have just purchased an ONU/ONT Fiberhome AN5506-01-A at AliExpress a well known online store in Asia region. I decided to buy it because of my Fiber Internet Service Provider is locking down all their Optical Network Unit aka Optical Network Terminal which only allow their subscriber to a limited privileges to the CPE device settings and configurations. My ISP are updating their device remotely via OMCI and not through TR069, the updates or the ONU firmware upgrade is done without your knowing to whether it is online or offline it can be done. Exactly the updates upon updates is done prior without noticed the so called firmware!


My problem is that the ONU AN5506-01-A came in to me is with the Software Version RP0521 and the Hardware Version is HX-2.134.318A9G, this stock firmware also has a limited basic configuration settings. Meaning some of the Menus and sub-menus are being omitted, you can not set the WAN to Bridge Mode on the web Graphical User Interface (GUI) its explicitly as Router mode only. Another thing is that the LAN menu or the setting is missing from the GUI, you can not modify your desired IP configuration, enabling and disabling DHCP server and relay are out of the context. Most of all its NOT a plug and play electronics equipment.

Why do I need to change the MAC Addresses?

Unlike xDSL internet connection, your ISP will just ask you what username and password you wish or they just provide you the username and the password for you such as yourname@isp and your password, most often you can even choose your desired password as you wish for it. Then choosing and buying your own personal wireless modem router from low to mid or high class residential gateway is just on your finger nail because the device is a plug and play after you input the given username and password given by your ISP its now connected to the internet.

Now here we go, I took the fiber patch cord from my ONU/ONT ISP and then plug it to my new Fiberhome AN5506-01-A the LOS LED turns off from blinking Red, and the PON LED now don't stop from blinking Yellow. Obviously the PON LED means that the ONU is not connected to the network or to the OLT it needs an authentication, once the ONU is connected the PON LED lit will be steady in yellow color.

To get the AN5506-01-A to be connected to the OLT of my ISP we need to copy first the PON MAC address of the ONU/ONT and Serial Number of it that was provided by the ISP and replicate to the new ONU/ONT AN5506-01-A.

How do we change the PON MAC Address of the Fiberhome AN5506-01-A?

The ONU/ONT Fiberhome An5506-01-A is a ARM Linux Embeded system, going to the web GUI there is no way of changing the PON MAC Address. The chances of spoofing the Passive Optical Network MAC address is in the Linux environment, we can log in via Telnet and we can get access to its Command Line Interface (CLI), after reviewing the commands it is very reluctant to clone the MAC address. Another option is thru Serial communication port, this is a terminal also a CLI were we can get help from Busybox.

To change the PON MAC Address of AN5506-01-A heres the command.

First find the physical MAC address of your ONU/ONT device by running this following command :

# ifconfig -a | grep HWaddr
pie0  Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:1A:2B:3C:4D:5E

The hexadecimal numbers in blue denote my AN5506-01-A ONU/ONT PON MAC address.

Next, type this following commands.

# ifconfig pie0 down
# ifconfig pie0 hw ether 00:A1:B2:C3:D4:E5
# ifconfig pie0 up
# ifconfig pie0 |grep HWaddr

To check again if the PON MAC Address have been change already just repeat this following command.

# ifconfig -a | grep HWaddr
pie0  Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:A1:B2:C3:D4:E5

This is just a temporary solution, once the machine is being rebooting it will just go back to its original MAC address.

The final option we can do is still via Serial port but now it would be thru U-Boot Linux environment. Power ON the ONU/ONT
then you will see U-Boot started you must be quick in 3 seconds it will continue to boot to the second level of booting. You have to hit any key in 3 seconds.


U-Boot 2010.03-svn462977 (Mar 09 2016 - 17:03:30)

DRAM:  16 MB
Boot From SPI Flash
CHIP ID = 51161110
NAND:  SFC ID: 0x0
SFC : cs0 unrecognized JEDEC id 00000000, extended id 00000000
SFC ID: 0xef4018
SFC: cs1 W25Q128BV (16384 Kbytes)
SFC: Detected W25Q128BV with page size 65536, total 16777216 bytes
SFC: sfc_read flash offset 0x40000, len 0x20000, memory buf 0x81560008
In:    serial
Out:   serial
Err:   serial
Hit any key to stop autoboot:  2

Here's the following command in U-boot.

# setenv ponmac 00:A1:B2:C3:D4:E5

# saveenv

saveenv command means saving the environment variables. This will save permanently to the SPI FLASH storage.

Saving Environment to SPI Flash...
Erasing SPI flash...SFC: erase offset 0x40000, len 0x20000
erase cs 1
Writing to SPI flash...SFC: sfc_write flash to 0x40000, len 0x20000, memory buf 0x81560008
Erasing SPI flash...SFC: erase offset 0x60000, len 0x20000
erase cs 1
Writing to SPI flash...SFC: sfc_write flash to 0x60000, len 0x20000, memory buf 0x81560008
done

You must see something like this log messages.

Finally you can now use your ONU/ONT AN5506-01-A, just input the Serial Number of your device the OLT of your ISP provider will now give the authority to be connected to the system.

Jul 28, 2018

My PLDT HOME Fibr Experience

Finally I am PLDT Fibr connected already! It took me a year and three months on appliying the Internet Fiber connection after rejected and disapproved by the PLDT Fiber organic technical support Engineer. The reason are because of (1) due to long distance laying cable, my house from the PLDT pole were the NAP is located is less than 250  meters only, yes two hundred fifty meters only. I told the Technical Engineer this is a very short distance only where as the Optical Network Unit (ONU) aka ONT (Optical Network Terminal) can handle the link within 20 Kilometers without any line driver or signal amplifier or booster because the link is a passive connection. The second thing is private properties were the aerial cable lay and pass, that I have to ask consent from the property lot. In short I have to make a written letter signed by the said owner of the residential area for the fiber cable to be installed without any question. Make story short the PLDT Fiber Organic Technical Support Engineering team hesitant to install the Internet Fiber connection.


My second application for Fiber Internet from PLDT was online, I make a call via 171 quering about the status of my previous unapproved PLDT Home Fibr subscription. The Customer Service Representative were polite answering my phone call and told me to make a new application for their Internet Fiber and even offer for fiftty percent (50%) switch if I am from other Telco ISP. I said yes she told me to send my previous Bill from my other Internet Service Provider to avail the promo.

I send the requirements and after five days the Technical Support Team calls me up and said that the ports going to my area is already loaded. Meaning the NAP were the terminals are located is unavailable now this is because previous month ago the PLDT agent went on house to house and offer Bilis-Kabit PLDT Home Fiber on my residential neighbors . The supposed six port was available on the NAP before during the time of my application now has taken already.

They offer me an option for the Internet connection (1) is PLDT Home Ultera, I said no. I do not like the service of the PLDT Home Ultera this is a wireless internet connection base on SIM or without SIM. Another thing about Home Ultera the connection is intermittent, capping, and they can not provide good and reliable connectivity. To add more PLDT wireless network do not offer Public IPs, also no high bandwidth available this good for single user only.

The other Internet connection they offer me was PLDT DSL, I am yes for this time since I do not have other option but to get this because I am in need of the Internet. If I have to wait for the PLDT Fiber when they could add more NAPs on my nearest area that things the Technical Support team can not be answered even Technical Engineers have no idea too.

Another five working days passed, my mobile phone rang when I pick it up the PLDT sub-contructor now is handling the PLDT DSL connection. They search for my house and found it, the problem now is were to find the nearest available telephone terminal for my DSL Internet connection. After searching around on my area, the only nearest location of PTSN terminal is it will consume about two rolls of copper cable for the telephone line were the DSL signal caries it. So now the PLDT sub-contructor team is again reluctant to lay the copper cable with that long distance of Kilometers. I didn't argue anymore to those technical person installer why they do want to do the job.

Recently, I heard from the news that there will be a newly third Big Telco from China is already awarded to compete the Duopoly of Globe and PLDT, where as the recent third Telco from Australia and SMB was discontinued their operation. Sometime ago I went to the Mall for groceries I saw a boot of PLDT and they are giving flyers, I approach the person standing behind the boot and ask if my area is covered by their service provider. She get the list of towns of my city and show me the newly installed NAP and fiber cable and she said yes.

So I give up my IDs and said I want to subscribe the PLDT Home Fiber, she give me the application form to be filled up and sign. After filling and signing the form I give it to her, she told me to open up my mobile phone and monitor it someone from PLDT will call me after five to ten days.

To my surprised seven days later someone calls me up I thought it was the PLDT Manila, the person on the phone told me that they are going to install the PLDT Home fiber, really! are you sure? Why so fast, are they afraid of third Telco player. I instructed the guy the direction going to my house and finally they are three person equip with their installation gear. They survey the area were to lay the cable and said they need two service pole, and I must have to provide it. Two days later the two service pole already erected as per request they came again here now they are for PLDT Home Fiber cable installation already. The fiber aerial laying and the indoor cabling and drilling took them on hour and half. They divided the task, their Team leader is inside the house and the other two guys technician maybe are the one responsible laying the cable outside. After they have done the fiber cabling installation in my house, immediately the Tech guy get the ONU/ONT from the box and unboxing it. I saw ONU is white in color with four antennas, it has two POTS and four LAN ports. When I check the label at the bottom of the ONU/ONT wireless modem router its sticker written AN5506-04-FA. Yes, this is Optical Network Unit aka Optical Network Terminal its the same ONU/ONT, this device is a 3in1 it is a modem, a router and a wireless access point.

After everything is done I gave them to some cookies and drinks, I have a chance to chat with them while waiting. I thought  these guys are from PLDT Technical Support Engineering Team, yes its not PLDT organic team anymore perhaps desperately in a hurry that the China telco will come in, they are from other company a sub-contructor of PLDT Manila, they are task for PLDT Fiber client installation only and paid per installation. Meaning they only get paid for 300Php per installation for the Team or for their group, let say if have installed one client that is 300, if it is two then that is 600 then that amount would be divided into three person.

For instance in my case I am the only client they have installed for the PLDT Fiber for the whole day so they only get 300 peso and it is divided into three (3) since they are three person. I get pity to these people, imagined it 100 peso for each person per day and no installation no pay. So I decided to give them extra amount in kind atleastto unleast their thirst and swet.

Before they leave my house after their installation, the Team leader make a phone call to PLDT and make a report that they done they task. I signed two copies of TOS something one for me and the other is for them, He told me just to open the ONU AN5506-04-FA because it is not yet activate. Few minutes later after the Installer leave the PLDT Tech Support calls me up on my phone and said just leave the device open and do not turn off. I open my browser pointing to http://192.168.1.1 I able to navigate to the GUI. Yes it is still not yet active and I saw the AN5506-04-FA version is RP2610, after few minutes later the PLDT Tech support call again asking me if if there is Internet connection already, and I said yes there is. Opeing up the GUI again the software version immediately updated to RP2616.

Checking my Internet Speed Test shows 20Mb download and 20Mb upload, I was so happy and satisfied because my plan is 5Mbps only. Soon to write more about this AN5506-04-FA ONU/ONT.

Jul 26, 2018

AN5506-04-FA running-config

It look likes the Fiberhome AN5506-04-FA ONU/ONT running-config is similar to Cisco IOS, if you are familiar with Cisco product then it is easily for you to navigate the Command Line Interface (CLI) of the AN5506-XX-XX. Take a look closely of this ONU running-config.


Config# show running-config                                                                                                                                             
 msgrcv nReturnValue:2048 timee:5.

 ntpInterface_get_ntp_server_info:ntpMsgSndAndRcv 2048.
[cliGetProgressSpecialTemp]:cli get_dsp_tone_mode failed!
[cliGetProgressSpecialTemp]:cli get_dsp_tone_mode failed!
[cliGetProgressSpecialTemp]:cli get_dsp_tone_mode failed!
[cliGetProgressSpecialTemp]:cli get_dsp_tone_mode failed!
[cliGetProgressSpecialTemp]:cli get_dsp_tone_mode failed!

simu_languae-filePath:/fh/extend/announce_chn.pcm
[cliGetProgressSpecialTemp]:cli get_dsp_tone_mode failed!
[cliGetProgressSpecialTemp]:cli get_dsp_tone_mode failed!
[cliGetProgressSpecialTemp]:cli get_dsp_tone_mode failed!
[cliGetProgressSpecialTemp]:cli get_dsp_tone_mode failed!
[cliGetProgressSpecialTemp]:cli get_dsp_tone_mode failed!

!system config file----------------------------------------

!usermanage config---------------------------------------------

user add *edited* login-password *edited*494777e57e7016437976bdec
user role *edited* ADMIN enable-password *edited*494777e57e7016437976bdec
user add *edited* login-password *edited*ec339bf65240a43aedfc4f32
user role *edited* ADMIN enable-password *edited*ec339bf65240a43aedfc4f32

!device ip config---------------------------------------------

!fan temperature config---------------------------------------------

set electricfan run temperature 35 stop temperature 25


set ntp server enable server1 Time1.google.com server2 time.windows.com  timeout 5 update_frequence 60 ltz_hour 8 ltz_min 0 auth disable dst disable


!NGN SIP config------------------------------------
!NGN config------------------------------------
set private ignore clearcfg disenable
set callerId standard fsk-telcordia

set reboot flag disable
set dsp fm flag off
set dsp special tone temp 1 on_off 1000 0 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -13
set dsp special tone temp 2 on_off 1000 4000 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -19
set dsp special tone temp 3 on_off 350 350 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -10
set dsp special tone temp 4 on_off 1000 0 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -15
set dsp special tone temp 5 on_off 1000 0 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -15
set dsp special tone temp 6 on_off 1000 0 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -15
set dsp special tone temp 7 on_off 1000 0 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -15
set dsp special tone temp 8 on_off 1000 0 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 950 -24
set dsp special tone temp 9 on_off 1000 0 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -15
set dsp special tone temp 10 on_off 1000 0 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -15
set dsp special tone temp 11 on_off 400 4000 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -10
set dsp special tone temp 12 on_off 1000 0 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -15
set dsp special tone temp 13 on_off 1000 0 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -15
set dsp special tone temp 14 on_off 1000 0 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -15
set dsp special tone temp 15 on_off 1000 0 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -15
set dsp special tone temp 16 on_off 1000 0 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -15
set dsp special tone temp 17 on_off 1000 0 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -15
set dsp special tone temp 18 on_off 1000 0 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -15
set dsp special tone temp 19 on_off 1000 0 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -15
set dsp special tone temp 20 on_off 1000 0 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -15
set codec-time flash 90 onhook 600
set codec-time pulse_break 40
set codec-time pulse_interdigit 350
set impedance 600ohm
set codec gain port 1 da 0 ad 0
set codec dcfeed port 1 48v_20ma
set codec gain port 2 da 0 ad 0
set codec dcfeed port 2 48v_20ma
set dhcp enable
set ngn signal svlan tpid 33024 cos 0 vid 1024
set ngn rtp svlan tpid 33024 cos 0 vid 1024
set ngn led standard ctc
set voice_codec default off G711A
set ipt timer 0
set ipt gain 0
set secDigit RFC2833PT 97 RFC2198PT 0

set fmtp dtmfAN enable redAN enable
set ngn voice simulate language chinese
set voip provider
set local transport udp
set local port 5060
set registrar primary hostname dvosbc.ftth.pldt.net port 5060
set registrar standby hostname dvosbc.ftth.pldt.net port 5060
set proxy primary ip *edited* port 5060
set proxy standby ip *edited* port 5060
set expire-time 3600
set register_retry_interval 30
set keepalive enable
set keepalive period 300
set keepalive max-fail 2
set signal timeout dt 60000 rt 60000 ri 60000 bt 40000 roh 60000 cw 60000 cf 15000
set signal mode dt on_off 1000 0 frequency 450
set signal mode rt on_off 1000 4000 frequency 450
set signal mode bt on_off 350 350 frequency 450
set signal mode roh on_off 1000 0 frequency 950
set signal mode cw on_off 400 4000 frequency 450
set callerId delay 1500 timing between
set dns-server 0 0.0.0.0
set dns-server 1 0.0.0.0
create profile port1
set profile port1 codec pcma silence_mode uncompress soft_noise enable second_dial common echo_cancel enable gain 0 input 0 jitter_Buffer 40 faxJitBuffer 100 pkg_interval 20
set profile port1 faxmode t30 faxmaxrate 14400 t38_tcfmode transferred t38_portadd2 disable imagedata_redlevel 0 t30ctrldata_redlevel 0
create profile port2
set profile port2 codec pcma silence_mode uncompress soft_noise enable second_dial common echo_cancel enable gain 0 input 0 jitter_Buffer 40 faxJitBuffer 100 pkg_interval 20
set profile port2 faxmode t30 faxmaxrate 14400 t38_tcfmode transferred t38_portadd2 disable imagedata_redlevel 0 t30ctrldata_redlevel 0
set port 1 phone-number *edited*
set port 1 auth-name *edited* password 1234
set call-id port 1 sdmf
set port 1 pole connected
attach port 1 to special_ring_templ 0
set call-conference port 1 disable
set call-conference port 1 mix-mode local
set call-waiting port 1 disable
set ect port 1 disable

 set jitterbuffer port 1 min 20 max 200 mode adaptive
attach profile port1 to user 1
set port 1 hotline disable
set PBX dialing port 1 disable number
set sip port 1 flash-inform normal flashReportInfo 0
set port 1 codeclist index 1 codec-type pcmu pkg_interval 0
set port 1 codeclist index 2 codec-type pcma pkg_interval 0
set port 1 codeclist index 3 codec-type g7231 pkg_interval 0
set port 1 codeclist index 4 codec-type g729 pkg_interval 0
set port 1 codeclist index 5 codec-type g722 pkg_interval 0
set mcid port 1  disable code *33#
set call-id port 2 sdmf
set port 2 pole connected
attach port 2 to special_ring_templ 0
set call-conference port 2 disable
set call-conference port 2 mix-mode local
set call-waiting port 2 disable
set ect port 2 disable
set jitterbuffer port 2 min 20 max 200 mode adaptive
attach profile port2 to user 2
set port 2 hotline disable
set PBX dialing port 2 disable number
set sip port 2 flash-inform normal flashReportInfo 0
set port 2 codeclist index 1 codec-type pcmu pkg_interval 0
set port 2 codeclist index 2 codec-type pcma pkg_interval 0
set port 2 codeclist index 3 codec-type g7231 pkg_interval 0
set port 2 codeclist index 4 codec-type g729 pkg_interval 0
set port 2 codeclist index 5 codec-type g722 pkg_interval 0
set mcid port 2  disable code *33#
set ring onmax 1000 offmin 500
set special ring temp 1 initRing 1000 initStop 4000 ring 0 stop 0 lastRing 0 lastStop 0
set special ring temp 2 initRing 1000 initStop 4000 ring 0 stop 0 lastRing 0 lastStop 0
set special ring temp 3 initRing 1000 initStop 4000 ring 0 stop 0 lastRing 0 lastStop 0
set special ring temp 4 initRing 1000 initStop 4000 ring 0 stop 0 lastRing 0 lastStop 0
set special ring temp 5 initRing 1000 initStop 4000 ring 0 stop 0 lastRing 0 lastStop 0
set special ring temp 6 initRing 1000 initStop 4000 ring 0 stop 0 lastRing 0 lastStop 0
set special ring temp 7 initRing 1000 initStop 4000 ring 0 stop 0 lastRing 0 lastStop 0
set special ring temp 8 initRing 1000 initStop 4000 ring 0 stop 0 lastRing 0 lastStop 0


 set special ring temp 9 initRing 1000 initStop 4000 ring 0 stop 0 lastRing 0 lastStop 0
set special ring temp 10 initRing 1000 initStop 4000 ring 0 stop 0 lastRing 0 lastStop 0
set special ring temp 11 initRing 1000 initStop 4000 ring 0 stop 0 lastRing 0 lastStop 0
set special ring temp 12 initRing 1000 initStop 4000 ring 0 stop 0 lastRing 0 lastStop 0
set special ring temp 13 initRing 1000 initStop 4000 ring 0 stop 0 lastRing 0 lastStop 0
set special ring temp 14 initRing 1000 initStop 4000 ring 0 stop 0 lastRing 0 lastStop 0
set special ring temp 15 initRing 1000 initStop 4000 ring 0 stop 0 lastRing 0 lastStop 0
set fax process-mode common sdp-mode add high-speed-t38 dis ans-timer 5000 faxattr disable  echo enable silence enable
set t30 attr faxmodem disable
set t30 attr echocancel enable
set t30 attr silencesupp enable
set dialplan timer short 4 long 10
set set timer_t1 500 timer_t2 4000 timer_t4 5000
set dialplan notify immediate
set vbd disable codec pcma pkt_in_interval 20 pkt_out_interval 20
set advance jing-change no
set advance cid p-field
set advance codec-pt-priority remote
set advance force2833ptin200 disable
set advance invitereplyflag disable
set advance indiamode disable
set advance force180withnosdp disable
set advance onhookdelay disable
set advance replyreinvitewithnormalsdp disable
set advance webconfig disable
set init-dsp ec off
set non-invite-retransmit t1 disable
set use codec priority in sdp response disable
set ngn signal dscp 0
set ngn rtp    dscp 0
set MWD 30
set attented transfer code  *12*
set unattent transfer code  *12*
set user sip_or_tel sip
set prompt tone flag true tone-type busy-tone
set session-timer supported disable session-expires 1800 min-se 90 refresher uas refresh-method update
set call-waiting only-flashhook no
set call-conference only-flashhook no

set sip reg-subs support enable autorefresh disable send-mode pai expire 3600
set force ringbacktone local flag  false

set callerId standard fsk-telcordia
set reboot flag disable
set dsp fm flag off
set dsp special tone temp 1 on_off 1000 0 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -13
set dsp special tone temp 2 on_off 1000 4000 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -19
set dsp special tone temp 3 on_off 350 350 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -10
set dsp special tone temp 4 on_off 1000 0 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -15
set dsp special tone temp 5 on_off 1000 0 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -15
set dsp special tone temp 6 on_off 1000 0 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -15
set dsp special tone temp 7 on_off 1000 0 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -15
set dsp special tone temp 8 on_off 1000 0 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 950 -24
set dsp special tone temp 9 on_off 1000 0 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -15
set dsp special tone temp 10 on_off 1000 0 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -15
set dsp special tone temp 11 on_off 400 4000 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -10
set dsp special tone temp 12 on_off 1000 0 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -15
set dsp special tone temp 13 on_off 1000 0 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -15
set dsp special tone temp 14 on_off 1000 0 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -15
set dsp special tone temp 15 on_off 1000 0 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -15
set dsp special tone temp 16 on_off 1000 0 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -15
set dsp special tone temp 17 on_off 1000 0 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -15
set dsp special tone temp 18 on_off 1000 0 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -15
set dsp special tone temp 19 on_off 1000 0 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -15
set dsp special tone temp 20 on_off 1000 0 freq_nums 1 modulation 0 percent 0 freq_level 450 -15

set codec-time flash 90 onhook 600
set codec-time pulse_break 40
set codec-time pulse_interdigit 350
set impedance 600ohm
set codec gain port 1 da 0 ad 0
set codec dcfeed port 1 48v_20ma
set codec gain port 2 da 0 ad 0
set codec dcfeed port 2 48v_20ma


!end  of config ------------------------------------------


Oct 31, 2017

For TP Routing: Modify firmware size, unlock U-boot partitions, add Fullflash partitions

TP-Link TL-WR703N factory default has only 4MB of flash and 32MB RAM, if you want to play with the OP is simply powerless, so I changed the 8M Flash and 64M RAM.

First, modify the firmware size

OpenWrt in the compile time will be based on each model profile to generate the firmware, if the generated firmware integrated too much software and more than 4MB it will be error, you will find that the firmware can not be generated.

Specific symptoms See my last Post start compiling and compiling openwrt.

Compilation passed, but did not find the firmware in ./openwrt/bin/ , turned up the compile output prompt, and found a similar

  1. [mktplinkfw] kernel length aligned to 914864
  2. [mktplinkfw] *** error: images are too big
  3. make[3]: [install] Error 255 (ignored)
Here's how to modify the default firmware size of the TP series router


Actually very simple, find the target/linux/ar71xx/image/Makefile, search for the model you want to modify, such as 703N, find the relevant 703N parameters

Then change the tplink-4mlzma to tplink-8mlzma on the line, and then

  1. define Device/tl-wr703n-v1
  2. $(Device/tplink-8mlzma)
  3. BOARDNAME := TL-WR703N
  4. DEVICE_PROFILE := TLWR703
  5. TPLINK_HWID := 0x07030101
  6. CONSOLE := ttyATH0,115200
  7. endef

After you save the exit, you can compile the 8M firmware for tl-wr703n.

Note: Some outdated tutorials on the web say that you also need to modify tools/firmware-utils/src/mktplinkfw.c after I test, the latest source code inside this file is not about 703N and other router parameters, you do not need to modify.


II. Unlocking u-boot Partitions

The horse has the hoof, the person has the slip, does not have to die u-boot how dares the confidence to play the OP? Here we will talk about U-boot, U-boot is the embedded Linux system boot, equivalent to the computer BIOS. The traditional u-boot is only responsible for booting the firmware, once the firmware does not start, then the entire router is brick, there is a TTL is also easy, no one can only on the programmer. But there is not dead u-boot, in fact, with the Web Brush Machine interface U-boot, MA Ma no longer have to worry about my machine into bricks, completely without the demolition machine can save bricks. Want to know their own Google, recommended Enshan hackpascal breed, and brush into U-boot tutorial , I do not discuss how to use u-boot, mainly brush into the u-boot will encounter

  1. could not open mtd device u-boot ,can't open device for writing

This is because OpenWrt is locked by default, unless it is unlocked when the firmware is compiled. U-boot

Locate /target/linux/ar71xx/files/drivers/mtd/tplinkpart.c, search for U-boot, find

  1. parts[0].name = "u-boot";
  2. parts[0].offset = 0;
  3. parts[0].size = offset;
  4. parts[0].mask_flags = MTD_WRITEABLE;
Then remove parts[0].mask_flags = MTD_WRITEABLE; This line will be recompiled.

WARM hint: TP series Brush finished breed must change the MAC address for a valid value, otherwise wireless will hang!

III. Add Fullflash partitions

Now the bricks can be saved, but save back the data are all gone, but also start the configuration, want to think all big ah, the good habit of nurturance is to fall roar! Add Fulllash partitions so that you can back up the entire programmer firmware with the DD command, and there is no such thing as an art loss.
Same as /target/linux/ar71xx/files/drivers/mtd/tplinkpart.c to add the following code

  1. parts[5].name = "fullflash";
  2. parts[5].offset = 0;
  3. parts[5].size = master->size;

As shown in the figure


After recompiling and brushing, you can see the Fullflash partition.

View partitions with cat /proc/mtd

Effect as shown


You can then simply back up the programmer firmware through the dd if=/dev/mtd6 of=/tmp/fullflash.bin !

5aimiku

Nov 1, 2015

Amazing Rotoverter That Can Produced 1100 Watts

RotoVerter is a remarkable piece of energy saving engineering that can be applied readily to off-the-shelf components. Utilizes an AC motor - with a modest change in the wiring, a motor rated to run at 460 volts on 3-phase, at 20 - 30 amps, can be made to run on 120 volts single phase, and on a handful of amps (5 - 7 amps). This is done, by creating a virtual 3rd phase utilizing capacitance. By tuning the capacitance, the motor can be put into a self-semiresonant condition whereby the motor runs with extreme efficiency and is cool to the touch at full rated rpm. This is a PROVEN technological advance - which can be put into operation worldwide to help stem the energy shortages reported to be on the way globally.


Materials to be used
  • 2 Baldors 7.5 3PH
  • Inverter xantrex 1200watt modified sine wave
  • Solar panel 120 watt
  • Deep cycle 12 volt battery
  • Basic run and start caps (non electrolytic for run!)
This modified AC motor is referred to as the RotoVerter. Several first-hand who have replicated the device are seeing amazing results as the extra voltage circulating in the capacitor bank used to create the virtual third phase, can also be utilized to charge batteries as well and other loads. The beauty of being able to run these motors in this manner, is not only the tremendous energy savings, but provides one with the ability to go SOLAR as well.

Oct 30, 2015

How To Make LED Light Bulb Assembly

You don’t need any special skills to assemble a LED lamp. Five minutes of free time, a few tools and some desire to make something by yourself - that's all you need to build a modern, beautiful and efficient light source.


By assembling LED lamp with your own hands you can always be 100% sure that it will meet the claimed specifications, since most of the commercially available LED lamps have overstated specifications. The number one reason you want to build the LED lamp by yourself is that you’ll save a substantial amount of money. LED DIY kits is 1.5-2 times cheaper than already assembled lamps.


Let's briefly remind ourselves about the benefits LED lamps:
First of all – it’s the energy saving factor. LED lamps consume 10 times (video text - Save up to 10 times) less power compared to incandescent ones and 2 times (video text - Save up to 2 times) less power as compared to fluorescent lamps.

The lifespan of the correctly assembled LED lamp is 50 thousand hours (video text - 50 thousand hours) or more, with an 8-hour operation time per day. 15 years of trouble-free operation (video text - 15 years of trouble-free operation).
Among other benefits:
instant start
operation in wide voltage range - from 85 to 265 Volts
no flicker
no infrared and ultraviolet radiation
an ability to choose the color temperature: warm or cold

To assemble the LED lamp we’ll need:
aluminum lamp housing (which consists of lamp base, PCB for LEDs, light diffuser and mounting elements)
LED current driver
light-emitting diodes (their number determines the power of the lamp)

The tools we use:
soldering iron
multimeter
screwdriver
and some consumables: thermal paste, solder and hot glue.

Try and assemble by yourself this very promising and cost-effective light source.
First of all we need to determine the polarity of the LED - some manufacturers apply plus and minus signs to the contacts of the LED, but some LEDs can be supplied without the polarity indication. We are using a tester to do this job. If you connect the plus test lead to the positive contact of the LED, and a minus to negative contact - LED should light up. PCB for LEDs has a corresponding plus and minus designation.
For mounting the diodes we use thermal paste that provides effective heat dissipation between the contact area and the board.
Mount all of the LEDs with the correct polarity.
Solder the LEDs to the board and be careful not to damage the LED lenses with the soldering iron.
Using a tester we check the quality and accuracy of the soldering. Test leads should be placed on the nearby LEDs with the correct polarity. As the result LED should light up.
Connect driver to the lamp base. One of the white wires should go through the center of the base and must be fixed using the screw with a flat cap. The other wire should be fixed during the lamp base assembly.
Using a tester check the contact between the base and the driver.
Put the driver into the mount in the base and fix it with hot glue and wait until it cools down.
Screw the base into the lamp housing.
Solder the driver to the PCB maintaining correct polarity which is indicated on the board – pink wire to positive, white wire to negative.
Apply the thermal paste at the point of contact of PCB and lamp housing.
Adjust the holes on the lamp and on the board. Screw the board to the housing.
It is important to fix the lamp base to the housing using a sharp tool – screwdriver or an awl. Push the metal on the base in three or four points to do this.
Finally screw on the light diffuser to the lamp housing.
Check for a short-circuit on the housing and between the contacts of the base.
The lamp is ready now.
Using wattmeter we measure lamp power – 7.6 W.
Using light meter measure illumination at a distance of 1 meter – 300 lux.
Measure the temperature in the LEDs area after 5 minutes of operation – 42 degrees Celsius.
Measure the temperature of the lamp housing – the temperature is 40 degrees Celsius.
We have assembled LED lamp with the following parameters:
~ 140-160 degrees beam angle
housing heating is 40 degrees Celsius
~ 7 watt power consumption
and 670~700 lumens of luminous flux
We hope that our video instruction will help you to:
significantly reduce the cost of electricity
choose high-quality LED lamp components and assemble it correctly
and perhaps start your own business

Oct 19, 2015

PLDT HomeBro Ultera Huawei B2268s 4G LTE Admin Unlock Finally

Finally, the PLDT HomeBro Ultera aka Huawei B2268s 4G LTE wireless broadband CPE now revealed on how to unlock the Admin account to the fullest. As we all know someone will always leak to the public no matter how they conceal it those good guys out there will make first some penny of this tricks before it will be share to the newbies like me. Here's the prerequisite before you can to proceed on unlocking your Huawei B2268s LTE 4G ODU, first of all make sure that your device ODU Firmware Version is V100R001C35SP100B021 and the Module Firmware Version is V100R001C35SP100B021 then you can now do-it-yourself. Note it will void your device warranty so always be careful and presence of mind.


What you need is a Firefox browser any version then go to Tools then click Add-ons, Add-ons Manager prompt you and you must install the Web Developer plugins. Once done download Putty utility for telnet, also download this MS doc B2268s pedik Full Admin Access its a rar file then extract it password is sarilingsikapkopoyan71 just copy and paste it once the winrar ask you for the password to be extracted.

Procedure

Step 1.
  • Log-in as homebro for the username and password
  • Press Crtl + Shift + K
  • Paste script
  • Press ENTER
  • Click "OK"
  • Wait for "All done" then click "OK"
Step 2.
  • Open putty
  • log-in
  • Type "chpasswd" and press ENTER
  • Type "admin:admin"and press ENTER
  • Press Crtl + D (two times)
  • Log-in on Web GUI (admin / admin)
  • Change Password DONE
Alternative you can download and extract this script B2268s Step 2 by KevinBongcawel.rar just double click the run.bat file, I have to credit it to KevinBongcawel. Once done, you can now Login as admin for the username and pedik for the password after that you may now change the password to your desired key.





This only proves that the PLDT HomeBro Ultera Huawei B2268s 4G LTE wireless broadband CPE is now in your full control, you can now tweak and fine tune what ever you want to your device. I have to say thanks Pedik the one who offer and share this stuff to the public article and images are credits to him. Enjoy!

Oct 7, 2015

Free Avira Internet Security Expires on 2020

First of all you must have the CD Installer of either Avira Internet Security Suite 2015 or Avira Antivirus Pro 2015, if you don't have it your hand then just download this file (avira_internet_security_en) its Avira Internet Security Suite 2015 or the (avira_antivirus_pro_en) its Avira Antivirus Pro 2015.


Avira Antivirus Pro / Avira Internet Security

Avira Antivirus Pro is one of the best programs to protect the Internet and security system for you . In the field of computer security software on the market today , there are many, but few of them can be trusted. One of the most reliable software and users of Avira products . This company has many applications in the field of security , and today the site P30World one of these products that are prepared . Program Avira Internet Security 2015 protects your computer against many of the attacks . Among the features in the software firewall, antivirus and spyware , antitroyan, scanner -mail and anti-phishing module is . Firewall has a duty to protect your system against cyber attacks . Antivirus also protects your computer against viruses. This program also helps you to control your system in front of their children , and allowed them to see things that are age appropriate for them.

Features List
  • The face of strong viruses all Virus .
  • Protect your system from malicious attacks and the Internet.
  • A scanner with a powerful e-mail . – Has Webguard and browse the Internet safely .
  • Backup and Recovery System features .
  • Supports laptops .
  • New parental control and protection of children.
  • A powerful, high-speed scanners .
  • Increase the defensive power of the Internet as a means to defend against attacks and e-mail messages and spammers.
  • To control the traffic on the Internet.
  • Very easy to install.
  • Application Block suspicious programs on the system.
  • Monitoring system.
  • Quarantine system for unknown viruses .
  • The ability to comply with the new UAC in Windows.
What’s New ?
  • Improved performance
  • Reverted back to Antivirus Pro from Internet security suite
  • Increased malware and other adware protection
  • Increased reliability
  • Decreased system usage
  • Many more features added
How to Activate Licence Key file ?
  • Install the full setup as evelution
  • Now launch the app and open Help >>> Licence Manager >>> Extend Licence >>> Licence File
  • After it browse the licence key file and install it
  • You have successfully activated the licence and update the app

I already have a valid license file. Just point your mouse here and click it to key in your Avira Internet Security Till 17.9.2020 key aka the hbedv.key file.


After updating the license file aka hbedv.key you will now be prompted with this screenshot below, your Avira Internet Security Suite 2015 product is activated until: 9/17/2020. Congratulation you must have the internet connection to update your Avira antivirus.


That’s it. Enjoy !

Sep 9, 2015

Huawei B2268S 4G TD-LTE Wireless CPE

HUAWEI B2268S 4G LTE TD-LTE CPE Wireless Gateway

This is a newer version of the popular HUAWEI B2268 LTE CPE (Customer Premises Equipment). Previously it was B593u-12. The new B2268S has a maximum download speed of 150 Mbps and in addition to penta-band TDD, it supports TDD 3500, 2600 and 2300 MHz as well. The B2268S is a 4G wireless gateway that supersedes B522s-41 / B593s-42 / E323s-41 / B593s-58 / B222s-40 / B222s-41 / B222s-42 / B222s-42a. As sales of these models will be stopped on June 30, 2014. It is ideal for SOHO and small business with its versatile connectivity options and services such as VoIP, telephone and fax, USB printers, USB hard drive and other office equipment. It is also suitable for home entertainment and information exchange.


Penta-Band LTE-TD Band 42 / Band 43 3500MHz, Band 38 2600MHz and Band 40 2300MHz up to 150Mbps download and 50Mbps upload speed.

SPECIFICATIONS

Model - B2268S

Frequency (4G)
*LTE TDD Band 42 / Band 43 3500 MHz
*LTE TDD Band 38 2600 MHz
*LTE TDD Band 40 2300 MHz

LTE Category - Category 4
Bandwidth - 20MHz/10MHz
Speed (4G) - 150Mbps download; 50Mbps upload
MIMO - TM 1/2/3/7

SIM Slot - 1 x Standard Size SIM slot

Wi-Fi - 802.11b/g/n; Encryption WEP, WPA and WPA2
*Supports up to 32 devices.

External Antenna - 2 x SMA connectors

LAN - 2 x Auto-sensing Ethernet RJ45 interface

Telephone -1 x Phone jack RJ11 interface

USB - 1 x USB 2.0 host port

Dimensions - 300 x 250 x 50 mm

Weight - 500g (excluding the charger)

Web Management Page - http://192.168.15.1
*default password admin/password123, in English language.

Other Features

*Firewall, Enhanced VoIP
*TR069 remote management, HTTP online upgrade
*QoS, USB share
*UPnP, IPv6, DLNA
*VPS, VLAN(option function)
*L2/L3 VPN(L2TPv2, GRE), SNMP
*Dual APN (User Defined / Auto APN)

WHAT'S INCLUDED IN THE PACKAGE

*HUAWEI B2268S 4G TD-LTE Gateway ODU Antenna
*HUAWEI B2268S 4G TD-LTE IDU Modem
*Surge Protector with Grounding Kit
*Wall / Pole Metal Brackets and Mounting Kit
*LAN Cable
*100-240V Power Adaptor EU 2-pin or UK 3-pin plug
*Quick Start & Safety Information









HUAWEI B2268S 4G LTE QUICK START MANUAL PDF
HUAWEI B2268S 4G LTE SPECIFICATIONS PDF


The Huawei B2268S 4G TD-LTE Wireless CPE is already available in the Philippines at PLDT/SMART Telco it is advertise as PLDT Home BRO’s ULTERA the new 4G wireless broadband internet among one of the major wireless ISP in the country.


The Huawei B2268S 4G TD-LTE device PLDT Home BRO’s ULTERA stock firmware though it is just new released the nation No.1 Free Internet Forum said that this 4G CPE is already exploited, as we always expect the Pinoy Henyo are always finding its way to make a hole at he backdoor. I must confirm it soon to update my guest, commenter and my avid reader.

Sep 7, 2015

HUAWEI B315s-936 LTE CPE : Globe New 4G Wireless Modem

The HUAWEI B315s-936 LTE CPE is the new release of Globe Telecom 4G wireless broadband modem router liter than those 4G home gateway they have served to their subscriber. So far this CPE device is still not being exploited as it is still new and it still can not be use to the other 4G network SIM.





This the actual Globe 4G wireless broadband modem router being repainted by T@ttoo, the size is being reduce now. Additional features  have added more such as bandwidth for the WiFi and the 4G network down stream and up stream.



More details and Feature, Specifications of HUAWEI B315s-936 LTE CPE User Guide and Manual pdf

HUAWEI B593s-931 LTE CPE Unlock Firmware


Today I have just successfully unlock my HUAWEI B593s-931 LTE CPE, the firmware attached here is for old and new version if you wanted to openline your Globe 4G wireless modem router so that you can use it on the other 4G network such PLDT/Smart Telco network.


Download firmware HUAWEI B593s-931_unlock.BIN here

Download firmware HUAWEI B593s-931debrand.BIN here

Download firmware HUAWEI B593s-931debrand_for_nov.BIN here

GLOBE 4G HUAWEI B593s-931 LTE CPE Default Username Password

You can use any of your fave web browser and point to http://192.168.254.254 hit enter, you will be prompted with this login screen. 


The new Globe 4G wireless modem router with VoIP fx  and USB port aka HUAWEI B593s-931 LTE CPE. The default Username is user and the Password is @l03e1t3 hope this help you. Enjoy!

Default username and password:

Username: user
Password: @l03e1t3

The Huawei B593 LTE Family

The Huawei B593 4G LTE CPE Router. There are many sub models such as the HUAWEI B593U-12, B593s-82, B593s-42, B593u-501, B593u-513, B593u-91. They are designed to meet the 4G LTE Band requirements for different markets. They incorporate similar configuration and even have the same functions.


Source: http://www.3g-solution.com/sdp/95544...ay_router.html

Confirmed sub-model listing *updated 29 April 2014*:

HUAWEI B593u-12: FDD DD800/900/1800/2100/2600MHz (Cat3)
HUAWEI B593s-22: FDD DD800/900/1800/2100/2600MHz & TDD 2600MHz (Cat4)
HUAWEI B593s-82: FDD DD800/1800/2600MHz & TDD 2300/2600MHz (Cat3)*
HUAWEI B593u-91: TDD 2300/2600MHz (Cat4?)
HUAWEI B593s-601: FDD 1800/2600MHz & TDD 2300MHz (Cat4?)

*This model does not support 3g

And maybe these models also exist:

HUAWEI B593s-58: TDD 1900/2300/2600MHz (End of Life Announcement)
HUAWEI B593s-58b: TDD 1900/2300MHz
HUAWEI B593s-42: TDD 3500MHz (End of Life Announcement)
HUAWEI B593s-850

EDIT: This document seems to list all/most possible B593 models:
B593u-12
B593s-12
B593s-22
B593s-31A
B593s-42 (End of Life Announcement)
B593s-82
B593u-91
B593u-501
B593u-513
B593s-516
B593s-601
B593s-931

Marketing blurb:

The HUAWEI B593 Router is the first LTE TDD wireless broadband router in the world, supporting LTE TDD/FDD 800/1800/2300/2600MHz up to 100Mbps download speed. Access for up to 32 WIFI devices marks as an ideal home entertainment and information exchange hub. It supports multiple devices and provides simultaneous high speed access, perfect for SOHO's and small businesses with its connectivity options.

FEATURES:

Ports:
* 4 x LAN
* 2 x USB

Transmission speed 4G (MAX)
* Download 100 Mbit/s
* upload 50 Mbit/s

Transmission Speed 3G (MAX)
* download 42.2 Mbit/s
* upload 5.76 Mbit/s

WI-FI: 802.11 b/g/n

Additional antenna location: two antenna ports

SIZE: 190 mm x 35 mm x 176 mm
WEIGHT: 500g

Operating systems it's compatible with:

* Windows 2000/ Windows XP/ Windows Vista/ Windows 7
* Mac OS 10.5/ Mac OS 10.6/ Mac OS 10.7
* Linux


The unit is a breeze to setup with all vital info provided on a large label on the port side of the unit. WiFi security and SSID are predefined and okay to use. For the sake of amusing your neighbours, might I suggest:  http://www.reddit.com/r/AskReddit/co...me_youve_seen/

While WPS is supported, it is turned off by default so a quick visit to the router's config page is required. Both WLAN and WPS have dedicated buttons on the one side of the unit - very handy indeed. The WLAN button activates/deactivates the wireless broadcast while the WPS button controls the WPS broadcast for devices that support it.

On that note, wireless on the unit is not particularly strong. I found in the config that the output power is set by default to 90%. Upping this to 100% hardly improved matters so I personally resorted to a repeating strategy. Hello WPS!

An absolute brilliant range of little devices are the Huawei WS3xx line-up. While other functions are supported, I picked up a few WS322 with the sole intention of repeating my wireless signal.

Key to a good repeating strategy is the central location of the base unit ie. the B593 LTE CPE. The repeaters are then placed at the peripheral of the WiFi range and configured to repeat the WiFi signal. This is quite a simple thing to do, of anyone needs help, just shout.

Since I have quite a large residence, I opted to deploy 3 * WS322 in Repeater Mode. This worked brilliantly but I did notice a few quirks I'm still unsure of. For instance, occasionally I'll get no traffic on the network. Through trial and error I found that by unplugging one or two repeaters, and later plugging them back in, solved the problem. It seems to me that too many WS322 units screws up routing in the network but this is only a hunch. I had an idea that my B593 LTE CPE may be faulty so it has actually been returned and I've got a new one now. I'll report back if this phenomenon persists.

Another oddity I've discovered is that speeds are bets when right up close, or directly connected, to the B593. For instance, my gaming PC is only 1.5 metres away and, while still on wireless, obtains much much better speeds than my phone or tablet. Speedtest have always maintained *not* to test speeds over wireless and I guess this is one of the reasons why.

One major gripe, and Huawei are not alone in this, is that there is no app for controlling the B593. Configuring the unit over a phone is a chore in microfiche efficiency.

Sep 6, 2015

Paypal Add Funds Missing Replaced by Top-Up Menu

Yesterday I made a shopping online at eBay.com and purchase a "Strong Rare Earth Magnet Neodymium NeFeB N35 Round Disc" in the first place I know that I have less amount on my Paypal account though I am optimistic that I can just Add Funds on to it.


What surprises me is that the "Add  Funds" button on my Paypal account is gone instead the Menu is being replace by a "Top-Up" sub-menu. Interestingly the Paypal Malaysia have integrate every Paypal members account with the RHB Bank a local Bank that you can send and receive money that makes other users easily to "Add Funds" or "Top-Up" hassle free. But for those whose debit card from Maybank it would be a negative impact to them because there is no such  for none RHB Bank members were they can add money to their Paypal account.


I just want to raise this issue to hose fellow who is having the same problem regarding with this matter, up to now I am stuck because there is no other option for other local banks that I can add more funds to my Paypal account. If somebody have the alternative way in doing so please let me know, will appreciate that  much. :-)

Sep 3, 2015

Maxis-Fibre-Internet Technicolor TG784n v3 Username Password

The Technicolor TG784n v3 is a residential wireless home gateway router VoIP and IPTV all in one device that also support two (2) USB ports for alternative 3G/4G USB dongle modem incase you need a backup ISP, but not only that the USB ports also can provide file sharing that may also serves as NAS for home users likewise for SOHO.


By default the Technicolor TG784n v3 Maxis-Fibre-Internet broadband router username MaxisBB is set to be blank password, there is no need for you to supply any credential because it login right away once you point your fave browser to http://192.168.1.254 and you can already make changes for the setting and configurations but with limited privileged only. 

The MaxisBB username is for user level only, if you wish for the Admin account then you have to login with the Administrator username for full access its case sensitive, then your admin password is located at the back itself of the Technicolor TG784n v3 device as it is labeled as "ACCESS KEY" it is an eight (8) digit mixed numbers and letters as the above screenshot.

Sep 2, 2015

Maxis-Fibre-Internet OpenWrt Custom Router TL-WR740N IPTV

First thing to do is need to reflash the TP-Link TL-WR740N with the third party OpenWrt firwmare, in my case I have downloaded the Attitude Adjustment 12.09, after the reflashing, it will automatically prompted you the Login page and you are ask and required make your password for Linux OpenWrt the wireless router.

Second thing to take note is that TP-LINK TL-WR740N physical ports or WAN/LAN ports will varies the name assignment ports on the OpenWrt logical (internal) ports.


As we can see from the screenshot below from left the WAN port is blue, then LAN ports 1-4 is yellow  respectively.


On the other hand, inside the OpenWrt Switch it would be labeled in different way as to that physical ports that we seen above picture.


The WR740N Switch once it is already brushed with the OpenWrt firmware its logical or  internal Switch, the WAN port now is equivalent to CPU ports as the above shows, then LAN port1 is Switch port2, LAN port2 is Switch port3, LAN port3 is Switch port4 and finally the LAN port4 is Switch port1.

Next thing to do is will configure the Switch ports to the desired VLAN tagging, we will assign VLAN621 and VLAN823 for the Internet and for the IPTV. You can add another VLAN later on if you wish to configure for the ATA VoIP the VLAN822 or VLAN821.


We set the VLAN1 to state "OFF" all the Switch ports from CPU to ports 1-4, then create VLAN621 for the Internet, CPU and Port1 to state "TAGGED" and the rest will be "OFF". Followed by creating  VLAN823 for the IPTV, Switch port CPU and Port1 to state "TAGGED" then "UNTAGGED" on Port2 the rest of the Ports will be remain in "OFF" state.

You can copy and paste my /etc/config/network below just edit it with your desired config settings.
root@OpenWrt:~# cat /etc/config/network

config interface 'loopback'
option ifname 'lo'
option proto 'static'
option ipaddr '127.0.0.1'
option netmask '255.0.0.0'

config interface 'lan'
option type 'bridge'
option proto 'static'
option ipaddr '192.168.254.1'
option _orig_ifname 'eth0 radio0.network1'
option _orig_bridge 'true'
option ifname 'eth0 eth1'
option netmask '255.255.255.240'
option macaddr 'E8:94:F6:01:02:03'

config interface 'wan'
option _orig_ifname 'eth1'
option _orig_bridge 'false'
option proto 'pppoe'
option username '123456@home.maxis.com.my'
option password '1234561'
option ifname 'eth0.621'

config switch
option name 'eth0'
option reset '1'
option enable_vlan '1'

config switch_vlan
option device 'eth0'
option vlan '1'
option vid '1'

config switch_vlan
option device 'eth0'
option vlan '3'
option vid '621'
option ports '0t 1t'

config switch_vlan
option device 'eth0'
option vlan '4'
option vid '823'
option ports '0t 1t 2'

config interface 'IPTV'
option ifname 'eth0.823'
option _orig_ifname 'eth0.823'
option _orig_bridge 'false'
option proto 'static'
option ipaddr '192.168.200.1'
option netmask '255.255.255.0'
As you have notice to my config setting, I have switch or interchange my physical WAN port to LAN port1 while my LAN port1 now is my WAN port. So internally, my logical Switch port now will be CPU=LAN, Port1=WAN, Port2=IPTV.


We need to make DHCP server for the IPTV.


My Firewall settings.





Finally, here's  the status screenshot of my TP-Link TL-WR740N brushed with OpenWrt third party firmware. I have replaced already my MAXIS Technicolor TG784n v3 and now using the TP-Link wireless router.


Enjoy! hope this article will help those fellow Maxis-Fiber-Internet users who are having trouble in setting up their TP-Link TL-WR740N OpenWrt firmware in configuring the VLAN tagging to make work their IPTV and likewise the additional ATA VoIP.