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Since ISP’s mainly do snmp scanning on the default SNMP ports (161 and 162). changing these will essentially block any snmp probes from the ISP. Checking the box here will make the modem ignore any DHCP settings set by the ISP for the HFC interface and instead use th static parameters defined here. or give it a limited. Current modem’s uptime.Clearing any of these boxes will return that box to the default Motorola values. This should be set to Disabled on most ISP’s. 7. and since it doesn’t request a DHCP lease.Information section: 1. If you do not use the telnet daemon. The checkbox indicates whether or not the telnet daemon is started at modem boot.This shows how much time has passed since the modem was last restarted.255. However. This is the IP you use to access the configuration page and telnet. however if you set one out of the normal range of your ISP ’s HFC ips. Administration section: 5. HFC IP is the ip of the Coaxial interface and Eth IP is the ip of the network interface that connects to your computer. Use DHCP. you will have to turn it on. Here you can change what Vendor. they cant scan it.1] <Enter your new Eth IP here> Remote access server subnet mask: [255. setting an IP out of range like this will make your modem virtually invisible to the isp. If your ISP has the tftp-enforce option enabled in their CMTS.However. and Manual. This shows your MAC’s DHCP settings. The default “stealth” ports are 225 and 226 for the snmp and trap ports respectively. the Use DHCP setting is best.255. it is a good idea to change these to reflect an Ambit modem to prevent suspicion. you can uncheck this to save 2KB of RAM on the modem.This will require you to autoserve a config to get it online. The available options are: Disabled. your modem will probably not be able to access the TFTP and TOD servers. This is useful for ISP’s which do not give unregistered MAC addresses a valid DHCP lease. Also you can change the username and password that is requested when you connect to the telnet daemon. It can be changed with the following Telnet or Web Shell commands: cd /non/msg dhcp_settings Remote access server IP address: [192. such as the original configuration file name and the IP of the server it is on 2. 4. The format is Days:Hours:Minutes:Seconds. If you aren’t using the Force Static IP option. if you are using the MAC address of a ambit. 10.254] <Just press Enter> write 3. You can set any parameters that you want here. For example.0] <Just press Enter> Remote access server router: [192. 8.168. they have no idea it’s even on.100. and you will have to set this to Manual and specify the IP and filename in the boxes below. Current IP addresses of the modem. Clicking on the filename will allow you to save the config on your computer. if Force Static IP is ON. This will simulate your modem getting the original configuration from the ISP before it loads a forced/autoserved one. If you have changed any settings in the Administration section. 6. The configuration file the modem is currently using. Model. then there are no DHCP settings for the modem to use. Telnet parameters. you will have to click this button to permanently save them. . and software version the modem reports when it is SNMP scanned and when it requests a HFC DHCP lease.100. walled garden IP. 9.168.
If you change any of the settings in the config settings section. the modem will respond with the original DHCP tftp ip and filename. so usually after clicking this you will have to do a hard reset (power cycle the modem). This will perform a soft restart of the modem. The others are irrelevant (except the serial number which may also need to be cloned on some ISP’s). Some ISP’s use IP filters to block certain traffic such as port 80 incoming. Use this form to upload a configuration file from your computer to the modem’s flash for use in the Autoserve function.Utility functions: 11. 12. or if you use Static IP. with the bypass IP and filename that you specified. This will erase all the dynamic settings in the modem. With these you can override (force) your modem to use a specific config. 13.Note that when SNMP queried. Please do not use long file names or names with special characters as this may break something. Most people will only need to fill out the Config file field. 15. the default settings from the DHCP will be used for that field. This checkbox toggles the Autoserve feature. you will need to click this button to apply them. you will have to click this button to apply the change. If you have toggled the checkbox for the Autoserve feature. If they aren’t all hell will break loose when the modem tries to get online. unless the config they want is located on a different TFTP server. Clicking this button will save any of the changes you have made to the addresses. If you leave any of the fields blank. 17. Note that a soft reset will rewrite all the dynamic settings back into the modem. . You can change the MAC addresses and the Serial number of the modem here. 18. I have added this option here simply because some people that have had infinite firmware previously running on their modems have the dynamic settings in a weird state that will make the modem crash after parsing the configuration file. Disabling the filters makes all ports open. Note that all 3 MAC addresses MUST be different from each other. You will only need to change the HFC MAC in order to clone the address of another modem. Note that all the fields must be filled out (none must be left blank) and be in a proper format otherwise you will receive an error and the addresses won’t be changed. If Autoserve is enabled. A config must be uploaded in the flash memory of the modem (use the upload form below this checkbox to do so) for this feature to work. the Forced config settings in the section below are ignored. Addresses section: 14. These addresses vary depending on the modem vendor. removing the need to have a TFTPD on another computer or on a Router in order to use configs that aren’t available on the ISP’s servers such as custom or outdated ones (that are still valid of course). Autoserve is a feature that allows the modem to host it’s own config. on Motorola modems the Ethernet MAC will be the HFC MAC +1 and the USB mac is a completely different number. This will disable all the IP filters that your modem is using. Autoserve section: 16. Once you have browsed and selected an appropriate file. saving any settings before rebooting.Equivalent to the /reset command in the Broadcom shell. which will block you from hosting any web servers. ignoring the one it gets from the DHCP server.Equivalent to the /snmp/cm_filters off command in the Broadcom shell. Config settings section: 19. 20. click Upload to save it to the modem.
it will initiate a TFTP download from the specified TFTP server and save the file to your computer. This is the interface to the TFTP client present in Haxorware. After choosing which region to backup. TFTP GET section: 26. This is always at Don’t change because Haxorware cannot properly determine the current BPI settings that are in effect. 22. Equivalent to the Broadcom shell command “enable bpi false”.BPI+: The default state of all bought modems. You can upload a valid .p7 or any other otherwise invalid Firmware image. but you can use it to download modem configuration files. if you want to analyse them on your computer or use them for the Autoserve feature. you will have to either completely disable BPI or use bpi version 0. If you change the MAC address of the modem without changing it’s certificates. Note that if you upload a . The options are: . After you click upload it may appear like it got stuck but wait a few minutes and the firmware upgrade should be complete. the flash will not be performed and an error will appear with no damage caused to the modem. or jus the Permanent Non-vol area (32KB). Use this feature to create a backup of your modems flash. 24. You will need to click this button to apply any settings related to BPI if you have changed them. Firmware upgrade section: 25. You can backup either the Full 2MB flash.Disabled: This completely disables Baseline Privacy. . Backup and Restore section: 23. clicking on Download will save it to your computer. You can then reboot the modem and it will use the new firmware you uploaded. Useful when you don’t have JTAG or a Diagnostic cable and want to overwrite a Infinite Non -Vol to a real Motorola one to prevent issues and allow BPI to work. You can use this option to restore a Permanent Non-Vol backup (32KB) from a file on your computer to the modem.BPI: This will force the modem to use Baseline Privacy version 0. .BPI settings section: 21. The limit is 10KB for the file size so you can’t use this option to download original firmware images. bpi_version 0”. .bin Firmware image here and it will be flashed to the first image slot on the modem. Selecting any of the other options will apply the apropriate setting when you click Save. Equivalent to the Broadcom shell command “enable bpi true. When input with a valid IP and Filename. this enables full Baseline Privacy Plus with certificate authorization. This will only be usable if the configured MAC address matches the one in the certificate.