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    This is a discussion on password4router within the Sky Router forums, part of the Sky Broadband help category; Originally Posted by tadunne I've written a simple HTML page that can be downloaded an run locally to send the ...

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      Mognut's Utility

      Quote Originally Posted by tadunne View Post
      I've written a simple HTML page that can be downloaded an run locally to send the SNR target percentage to the router, but could be hosted on a website.

      It basically presents a form to the user allowing them to select the target SNR % either from a dropdown or as freetext.

      Just uses HTML and javascript.

      Anyone wanna test?

      Could extend this over time to automate other Url injection hacks to get the router stats, turn telnet on etc..?
      I've had a play around with this and modified it a bit. It now sets the noise margin in dB, enables Telnet, gets advanced stats, extracts username and password (the Holy Grail), and will now work if your modem IP has been changed from the default of 192.168.0.1.

      Having said that, it's still in the experimental stage so I can't guarantee anything will work. Can somebody download it and give it a go?
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      Very neat

      I've had a play around with a couple of the functions (not noise margin because I have a good connection at the mo.) and the utility seems to work well.

      Thanks.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Saturday View Post
      Very neat

      I've had a play around with a couple of the functions (not noise margin because I have a good connection at the mo.) and the utility seems to work well.
      Due to popular demand, I've added a telnet daemon killer and restored the option to set the noise margin by 'N' number (where N*16 = 1dB), commonly regarded as a percentage figure.
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      If you dont mind MogNuts, Iv placed it here for ya!



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      Quote Originally Posted by FibreOptic View Post
      If you dont mind MogNuts, Iv placed it here for ya!
      That's fine, but I'll be updating it very soon so it will be a bit out of date!

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      @Mognuts, If you want PM me and il be happy to update it for ya! As i believe its very useful!

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      Quote Originally Posted by mognuts View Post
      Due to popular demand, I've added a telnet daemon killer and restored the option to set the noise margin by 'N' number (where N*16 = 1dB), commonly regarded as a percentage figure.
      I've now updated it to include a reboot function, an option to turn off SRA and an ADSL mode option (ie G.DMT, G.lite, ADSL2 etc).

      Its permanent home will now be http://dg834gt.mognuts.com/

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      Re: Mognut's Utility

      If I change a setting using this utility, e.g. SNR, is the change permanet or will it revert to the default setting when powered down or rebooted?

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      Re: Mognut's Utility

      Rebooting the router (either power down or from the admin page) will undo anything you've done with Mognuts.

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      Post Re: Mognut's Utility

      I will give my advice on something i have just learned about using the tool.

      I originally started on skymax on an 8 mbs sync, i used the utility to change the snr to try to get a stable connection but i always got 8mbs on g.dmt. When sky changed my profile to adsl2+ i only got 7645 sync which tier3 said i have been capped at 11mbs so i should get 11mbs. I now know that messing with the snr tool limited my sync with the exchange to this 7645 as just recently tier3 have rebooted the exchange router amongst other stuff and i recieved the full 15323 sync, My line was not 100% stable so i used mognuts to limit my sync to 13.8mbs while i sorted out the wiring in my home and now i cannot sync at any other speed other than 13.8mbs. I have done the hard reset on router ( holding the reset button ) but it still connects at 13.8 mbs.

      I can only assume that the exchange equipment has somehow set itself to a limit of 13.8mbs.

      I am also 100% sure that if i set my snr to 20 and i sync at 7.6mbs then that would be all i would get again no router reboot or changing of the snr would change this.

      I dont know if anyone knows WHY it does this but i would just like to warn others that if there sync drops alot maybe it was due to messing with the snr on mognuts tool.

      Thanks

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