This Wireless ADSL modem and router seems to run the same Firmware as the Edimax AR-7084gA And it might be hardware-wise identical to one of the ZyXEL P-660W series devices.
- Power connector
- 3 Straight 8P8C Fast Ethernet
- Cross-Link 8P8C Fast Ethernet
- RJ11/6P2C aDSL connector
- IPX/U.FL Antenna connector
- Joint Test Action Group IEEE 1149.1 Connector (JTAG) - unpopulated
- Serial Peripheral Interface Bus (SPI) - unpopulated
Chips on the PCB
|Ralink||RT2561ST||802.11bg Wireless controller|
|IC Plus||IC175C LF||Ethernet switch|
|ESMT||M12L64164A-7T||226bit = 8MiB Synchronous DRAM|
- 8 LEDs (Power, "Link", "Internet", "WLAN", Ethernet 1-4)
- Reset button
- Default Login
- User: admin
- Pass: 1234
CPE WAN Management Protocol (CWMP)
CWMP remote configuration is by default enabled and the CWMP submenu in the Access Management menu (where that can be changed) is by default deactivated. This means, that the device opens a backdoor for OTE to read and change the configuration and to do basically anything they want on your network! Fortunately they were not very careful, and the menu items can be activated again via CSS using FireBug. Then the CWMP can be disabled through the reactivated menu. If this really stops the device from remote control still has to be tested.
The device runs a telnet server which serves a command line interface (CLI). If connected to the server it will prompt for the root password (default:1234) and then for commands like this:
Password: **** Copyright (c) 2001 - 2006 TrendChip Technologies Corp. tc>
Entering an incorrect command will result in a list of valid commands.
tc> ls Valid commands are: sys exit ether wan ip bridge dot1q pktqos show set lan
Entering an incomplete command will result in a list of valid command options.
tc> show wan lan cpe community channel all