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    Strange SNR fluctuations

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      Re: Strange SNR fluctuations

      Whooo , opened up the link and all these lovely women jumped up
      One day you are the pigeon, but most days just the statue ...


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      Re: Strange SNR fluctuations

      Quote Originally Posted by tdbsolutions View Post
      Whooo , opened up the link and all these lovely women jumped up
      That's a nice bonus.

      But seriously, sorry about that, I don't get any pop-ups (I presume you're talking about pop-ups?) when clicking that link using Firefox.

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      Re: Strange SNR fluctuations

      its telling me my password is wrong, whats the default telnet password?
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      Re: Strange SNR fluctuations

      The default telnet password is <blank> i.e. nothing, I think.

      You may need to start the router's Telnet Daemon. Mossywell's Bounce Utility can do this for you. You can search this forum for a link.

      Remember to tick 'special logon' on DMT.

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      Re: Strange SNR fluctuations

      hmm it says error: cannot identify modem type
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      Re: Strange SNR fluctuations

      hmm i restarted telnet and it works!
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      Re: Strange SNR fluctuations

      Tick "special logon" which is just under "password".

      Edit: Oh good.

     

     
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