Niall O Broin said:
> > Nope, none of the above. :( They are, apparently, quite capable; but I
> > would imagine Eircom (like most DSL isps) do not want you messing with
> > the settings, so probably wouldn't give you the password.
>> Subtle difference here - unlike most DSL isps, Eircom doesn't intend to rent
> equipment - you will have to buy it, and they will only provide support for
> the equipment they specify. (That's from their website as of a couple of
> weeks ago - don't hold me responsible if the fsckwits have moved the
> goalposts again). If I own the device I'm damn sure I'll know the password.
FWIW, Telstra here do the same. I now own an Alcatel SpeedTouch Pro, but
don't know the password, hence my mail above :(
Mind you I reckon I'll probably be able to hard-reset and reconfig before
I go home so I can use it there too -- no point paying for 2 of the things
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