Sagecom 2704N

Discussion in 'Broadband' started by David, Mar 13, 2015.

  1. David

    David Guest

    Plusnet have issued me with an OR Modem and a Sagecom 2704N router for
    use with Plusnet fibre the router has no menu giving me Sync. speed,
    line attenuation and Noise level is there anyway for me to get to know
    them please?
    My Sky SR102 did and I found it useful.
    Regards
    David
     
    David, Mar 13, 2015
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  2. David

    PeeGee Guest

    That info is only available from the modem (and only if that is unlocked).

    --
    PeeGee

    "Nothing should be able to load itself onto a computer without the
    knowledge or consent of the computer user. Software should also be able
    to be removed from a computer easily."
    Peter Cullen, Microsoft Chief Privacy Strategist (Computing 18 Aug 05)
     
    PeeGee, Mar 13, 2015
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  3. David

    David Guest

    Thanks PG, I'm not going to mess with it.
    Will keep my eyes open for a one box solution going cheap which I do
    understand can give the info. like my Sky box did on Sky, shame that is
    locked to Sky.
    Regards
    David
     
    David, Mar 13, 2015
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  4. David

    Kraftee Guest

    Keep your eyes open for one of the early BT FTTC Modems (they were in fact
    routers but BT are easily confused) and it is easy to hack that ref
    https://huaweihg612hacking.wordpress.com/

    How do I know it's easy, I managed to do it right first time and it's
    certainly opened my eyes about how my circuit is set up/managed.
     
    Kraftee, Mar 14, 2015
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  5. David

    Phil W Lee Guest

    I use and recommend the Billion BiPAC 8800NL, which handles both ADSL
    and VDSL (fibre).
    And you can use DSLstats to monitor it.
     
    Phil W Lee, Mar 15, 2015
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  6. David

    PeeGee Guest

    But they were not routers as they had a modem in them, so a combined
    modem/router. However, modem is probably more accurate for their use
    than router, as LAN1 is in bridge mode (ie router disabled).

    --
    PeeGee

    "Nothing should be able to load itself onto a computer without the
    knowledge or consent of the computer user. Software should also be able
    to be removed from a computer easily."
    Peter Cullen, Microsoft Chief Privacy Strategist (Computing 18 Aug 05)
     
    PeeGee, Mar 15, 2015
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  7. Seconded. Neat and reliable. 66ukp from Amazon.

    Rod.
     
    Roderick Stewart, Mar 15, 2015
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  8. David

    Kraftee Guest

    The one thing they weren't (didn't have, never had) is a
    Modulator-demodulator (a modem) they were/are a router in any true meaning
    of the word no matter how they are configured.

    A (very) simple hack puts you into the position of just using that for your
    connection.

    Now how would that be possible if it was a modem or are you going to take
    the discussion in the direction of the HH5, TalkTalk Super Router or the
    latest Sky router aren't routers at all but modems. If so you are doubly
    wrong.
     
    Kraftee, Mar 15, 2015
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  9. Thirded!
     
    J.B.Treadstone, Mar 15, 2015
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