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How to get your Router Stats - Non Sky

The following details how to access your router/modem stats to find your 'download attenuation figure' so that you can estimate the speed you could 'potentially' get with Sky by using our speedchecker.

You may need your router login/password which you should have with your routers documentation.  Alternatively it may be on a sticker on the bottom of your router.  If you cannot find your routers login/password, the standard combinations are: admin/admin, admin/password.  If that doesn't work, then please check the support page on the routers manufacturers website, or alternatively post on the forum and we may be able to help.

If you have any further information that we could add below, then please contact us. With a special thank you to Kitz.co.uk who gave us permission to reproduce her router stats page, and reddwarfcrew for the layout and design. Please find your router from the table below:

Speedtouch 330

Speedtouch 'Frog' USB Modem

 

1. Download Dr Speedtouch 

2. Install the program

3. Run 'Diagnostics'

4. Right Click the icon in your system tray
5. Click advanced 
6. Click "Write log to disk"

7. Use Internet Explorer to open the log file

8. Look for the following details:

 

ReceiveAttenuation_dB=
ReceiveMargin_dB=
SendAttenuation_dB=
SendMargin_dB=

 

The receive figures are the download and the send are the upload

3com adsl router

3Com Routers

 

1. Log into the router web interface at http://192.168.1.1
2. Click 'Status and Logs'

3. Click ADSL Status

Belkin F5D7630

Belkin F5D7630

 

1. Log into a hidden page in the router web interface http://192.168.2.1/adsl_status_main.stm

Belkin F5D7632

Belkin F5D7632

 

1. Click Start

2. Click Run

3. Type 'CMD' and press enter and a DOS window will appear

4. At the comand prompt type telnet 192.168.2.1 and press return

 

or if your firmware version allows, log into the hidden page by

 

1.  http://192.168.2.1/adsl_status_main.stm:

Belkin F5D7633

Belkin F5D7633

 

1. Log into your routers web interface, http://192.168.2.1/

belkinG + MIMO

Belkin G+ MIMO (F5D9630)

 

1. Log into your routers web interface, http://192.168.2.1/statsatm.html

Billion BiPAC 7402VGP Billion BiPAC 7402VGP

1. Login to router admin page (eg: http://192.168.1.254/)

Admin Login is shown:

user: admin
password: (whatever you set)

2) Choose "Status" from the left side menu
3) Scroll down to the "Port Status" area of the screen
4) Click on the "ADSL" link
In this next screen, click on "Advanced Options", shown under the various settings
The "ADSL Parameters" screen is then shown, and the line attenuation values for Upstream and Downstream are available here

Binatone adsl 500 modem

Binatone ADSL 500 /1000/2000 Modem

 

1. Log into your routers web interface, http://192.168.1.2/doc/admin.htm  

2. Click 'ADSL status'

HG1800

BT 1800HG

 

1. Log into your routers web interface, http://gateway.2wire.net

 

login details: 

authentication: 1800HG.user@btbroadband.com
Key code: 527F-27G4-A222-22BK-B22K

By default the user and password are set as blank.

BT Home Hub

BT Home Hub 5

 

1. Log into your routers web interface, http://192.168.1.254

2. Click 'Broadband Connection'
3. Click 'DSL Connection'
4. Click 'Details'

 

or use the direct lin :

1. http://192.168.1.254/cgi/b/dsl/dt/?ce=1&be=0&l0=1&l1=0

 

or 

 

1. Log into your routers web interface, http://192.168.1.254

2. Click 'Advanced'
3. Click 'Status'
4. Click 'ADSL Line'

Voyager 100

BT Voyager 100

 

1. Double click the system tray icon to open the Options Menu.

2. Choose the "Status" option to open a new window which should show you your data rate.
3. You may also see some coloured circles which show information about your line status.
4. Put your mouse cursor over this window, and very quickly click your left mouse button and right mouse button 3 times ie: left, right, left, right, left, right.
5. Some extra tabs should now appear that show the advanced information.
6. Click the Advanced Button.

Voyager 105

BT Voyager 105

 

1. Double click system tray icon which opens the voyager control panel.

2. Click on the "Status" Button.

3. When the small status panel appears,
4. Press control + F1 which enables the hidden features.

BT Voyager 205

BT Voyager 205

 

1. Log into your routers web interface, http://192.168.1.1

2. Click Troubleshooting
3. Advanced Diagnostics
4. DSL Param

BT Voyager 2100

BT Voyager 2100/2110/2091

 

1. Log into your routers web interface, http://192.168.1.1

2. Click 'Advanced'
3. Click 'Status'
4. Click 'Broadband Line'
5. Click 'More Information'

Cisco router

Cisco (all ADSL router models)
1. Click Start
2. Click Run
3. Type 'CMD' and press enter and a DOS window will appear
4. At the comand prompt type your routers IP address and press return
5. At the prompt type: show dsl interface atm 0
or:  5. At the prompt type: show dsl interface atm 1/0

Dlink DSL 200 USB

DLink DSL-200 USB

 

1. Double click the system tray icon to open the Options Menu.

2. Choose the "Status" option to open a new window which should show you your data rate.
3. You may also see some coloured circles which show information about your line status.
4. Put your mouse cursor over this window, and very quickly click your left mouse button and right mouse button 3 times ie: left, right, left, right, left, right.
5. Some extra tabs should now appear that show the advanced information.
6. Click the Advanced Button.

Dlink 300T

DLink 300T

 

1. Click Start
2. Click Run
3. Type 'CMD' and press enter and a DOS window will appear
4. At the comand prompt type telnet 192.168.1.1 and press return

5. At the prompt type: cat /proc/avalanche/avsar_modem_stats

 

(Default username login "root" password "admin")

Dlink 502T

DLink DSL- 320T / 502T / 504T / 524T / 624T / G624M

 

1. Log into your routers web interface, http://192.168.1.1

or

1  Log into your routers web interface, http://192.168.0.1

2. Click 'Status'
3. Click 'DSL Status'

DLink DSL-604T

DLink DSL-604T

 

1. Log into your routers web interface, http://192.168.1.1

2. Click 'Status'
3. Click 'Modem Status'

DLink 604

DLink 604+

 

1  Log into your routers web interface, http://192.168.0.1

2. Click 'Summary'
3. Click 'Line Condition'

Vigor 2600

Draytech Vigor 2600 / 2800

 

1  Log into your routers web interface, http://192.168.0.1

2. Click 'OnLine Status'

 

(Default username "admin", the password is left blank)

Fujitsu FDX310

Fujitsu FDX310

 

1. Double click the system tray icon to open the Options Menu.

2. Choose the "Status" option to open a new window which should show you your data rate.
3. You may also see some coloured circles which show information about your line status.
4. Put your mouse cursor over this window, and very quickly click your left mouse button and right mouse button 3 times ie: left, right, left, right, left, right.
5. Some extra tabs should now appear that show the advanced information.
6. Click the Advanced Button.

Smartax MT882

Huawei SmartAX MT882

 

1.  Log into your routers web interface, http://192.168.1.1

2. Go to the 'Summary' page

Linksys AG-54G

Linksys AG-241

 

1. Log into the hidden web interface page, http://192.168.x.x/ADSLCStatus.htm

Linksys WAG-54G

Linksys WAG-54G - Version 1

 

1. Log into the hidden web interface page, http://192.168.x.x/ADSLCStatus.htm

 

Linksys WAG-54G - Version 2

 

1. Log into your routers web interface,  http://192.168.1.1
2. Click ' Status'
3. Click ' DSL Connection'

Linksys WAG54GS

Linksys WAG-54GS

 

1. Turn debug on, by entering the following web address:
http://192.168.1.1/setup.cgi?todo=debug
2. Click Start
3. Click Run
4. Type 'CMD' and press enter and a DOS window will appear
5. At the comand prompt type telnet 192.168.1.1 and press return

6. At the Command prompt, type: adslctl info --stats

Linksys WAG354G

Linksys WAG354G

 

1. Log into the hidden web page: http://192.168.x.x/ADSLCStatus.htm

wanadoo livebox

Livebox (Sagem F@st 3202)

1. Log into the web interface, http://192.168.1.1/

2. Click 'Statistics' menu, then select
3. Click 'ADSL statistics submenu

 

Livebox (Inventel version)

 

1. Log into the web interface, http://192.168.1.1/

2. Click 'Access'

3. Click 'System Information'

Netgear DG834G

Netgear DG834 G (firmware version 1.05 or above)

 

1. Log into the web interface, http://192.168.0.1
2. Click 'Router Status'
3. Click 'Show Statistics'

Netgear DG834GT

Netgear DG834GT / DG834PN/DG834N

 

1. Log into the web interface, http://192.168.0.1
2. Click 'Router Status'
3. Click 'Show Statistics'

For the sky variant of the DG834T router, the default:

login is: admin

password is: sky

Origo 8100

Origo 8100 / 8400

 

1. Log into the web interface, http://10.0.0.2 
2. Click 'ADSL Line Status'

 

(Default username is 'admin', Password can vary but try 'epicrouter' or leave blank)

Safecom

Safecom

 

1. Log into the web interface, http://10.0.0.2 
2. Click ' ADSL Line Status'

 

(Default username is 'admin', Password can vary but try ' epicrouter' or leave blank)

Sagem F@st

Sagem F@st 800-840

1. Click on the Windows "Start" button - this will then present you with the Start Menu.

2. Select "Programs" - you will be presented with the list of programs on your computer, select "‘Sagem F@0st 800-840" and then from the sub-menu that appears, select "DSLMON".

3. This will bring up a small screen with the DSL status showing "transmit" and "receive" rates.

4. While this screen is visible, on your keyboard hold down the "‘Alt" key and then press the letter "d".

SAR110

Solwise SAR110


1. Click Start
2. Click Run
3. Type 'CMD' and press enter and a DOS window will appear
4. At the command prompt type telnet 192.168.7.1 and press return

5. at the $ prompt type:  get dsl params

 

or 

 

1. Log into the web interface, http://192.168.7.1 
2. Click 'WAN'

3. Click on 'DSL'

4. Click on 'DSL Param'

 

(Login is 'DSL', password is 'admin')

SAR130

Solwise SAR130

 

1. Click Start
2. Click Run
3. Type 'CMD' and press enter and a DOS window will appear
4. At the command prompt type telnet 192.168.7.1 and press return

5. at the $ prompt type:  get dsl params

 

(Login is 'DSL', password is 'admin')

SAR715

Solwise SAR715

 

1. Click Start
2. Click Run
3. Type 'CMD' and press enter and a DOS window will appear
4. At the command prompt type telnet 192.168.7.1 and press return

5. at the prompt type:  adsl show perf

Speedtouch 510

Speedtouch 510v4 / 530

 

1. Log into your routers telnet function, 10.0.0.138

2. Choose 'adsl'

3. Choose 'info'

Speedtouch router

Other Speedtouch routers

Speedtouch: 510v5, 510v6, 516, 536, 546, 576, 585, 608, 706, 716, 780

1. Log into the routers special page, http://192.168.1.254/cgi/b/dsl/dt/?ce=1&be=0&l0=1&l1=0

or

1. Log into the routers web interface,  http://192.168.1.254

2. Click 'Broadband Connection'
3. Click 'DSL Connection'

4. Click 'Details'

(Default login is 'Administrator', Password is left blank)

If you have problems and are usine Internet Exploer 7, then try again with another web browser

X-Modem

X-Modem

 

1. Log into the routers web interface, http://10.0.0.2 
2. Click 'Advanced'
3. Click 'ADSL Line Status'

Zoom 5506 PCI

Zoom 5506 PCI

 

1. Open Zoom PCI DSL Control Panel (in the Zoom PCI DSL folder)
2. Press Alt + P
3. Select the tab marked "Physical Layer Statistics" for noise margin and attenuation

zoom usb

Zoom USB 5510A

 

1. Click 'Start'
2. Click 'Programs'
3. Click Zoom USB DSL'
4. Click 'Zoom USB DSL Autolog' (This will save a file to your desktop which contains your line stats)

5. Open the saved file

Zoom X4

Zoom X3 and X4

 

1. Log into the routers web interface, http://10.0.0.2 
2. Click 'ADSL Status'

 

(Default username is 'admin', Password is 'zoomadsl')

ZyXel Prestige 630

ZyXEL Prestige 630 USB

1. Hold down Left Shift + Left Ctrl and then click on the ZYXEL logo.
2. Click the Advanced Button that appears to get a window showing your line stats.

ZyXel Prestige 630

ZyXEL Prestige 600 Series Routers

1. Log into the routers web interface, http://192.168.1.1

2. Click 'Diagnostic'
3. Click 'DSL Line'

 

(Default username is 'admin', Password is '1234')

 

ZyXel Prestige router

ZyXEL Prestige Routers (2602HW-61 & P-650R-31)

1. Click Start
2. Click Run
3. Type 'CMD' and press enter and a DOS window will appear
4. At the comand prompt type telnet (followed by the rouiters IP address) and press return

5. At the prompt, choose Menu 24 (System Maintanence)
6. At the prompt, choose Option 8 (Command Interpreter Mode)

7. At the prompt type, wan adsl linedata near