Configuration du Sagem F@ast 3302 avec service Anis sans modifier le Firmware!
So you may noticed that I was offline because of the latest crisis between EEPAD and AT that made us a legitimate collateral victims in their conflict if we can say, that’s Algeria, welcome to the World of “Haraymiyah” or “Narnia”, it depends, let’s get back to our topic.
This isn’t a tough task as most of the guys think, or as has been published on so many Algerian and other forums, that the only way to do so you have to change your Sagem firmware!
No, not any more with me, I’ll explain how you can do it the easy and simple way.
As they said, the need is the mother of the invention, and after the latest EEPAD blackout I found myself subscribing again for another phone line just in case EEPAD came back again, and I’ve subscribed for an Anis connection, and here I am with my Sagem 3302 modems looking for a way to set them up so they’ll work with this new ISP configuration, sorry but the old technique of changing the firmware didn’t work for me and the others who have the latest firmware version, anyway I didn’t like to change my old EEPAD interface, so let’s start!
Open a Telnet terminal by entering the console mode in Linux or DOS (CMD) in Windows and type : telnet
(then hit enter of course)
You’ll get prompted to a telnet shell that will look like this (telnet>
) or this (Microsoft Telnet>
Open a connection to your modem using this command:
You’ll be asked to enter your logging username/password accordingly, by default you can use the support logs:
Now you’re in, you need to access the suitable service, so just type this in the new prompt:
[support @ home]$atm
will be changed to atm
, if so then you’re ok, now add ANIS VPI/VCI like this:
[support @ atm]$vcadd 8 35 ubr aal5 -o -peak 3000 -avg 3000
(it should give you nothing, if so then you’re still ok)
Nice, it’s done, now we need to save our new entry, and to do that we need to get back to our home dir, just type (..):
[support @ atm]$..
(it should become again like this [support @ home]$)
Save your setting by typing the (save
[support @ home]$save
Now you have to get back to your browser and open your Router interface there:
Go to the WAN Configuration (Configuration WAN) and click on your previous EEPAD pre-set conf and change your VPI
values to 8
, enter your username/password and the main thing don’t forget to change the Authentification
, that’s it and you should be logged in as I am now, here is a screen shot (it’s resized to fit in but you can open it in it’s orig size):
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