Manualhttp://www.voiptalk.org/products/pdf/ma ... nglish.pdf
Flashing a Friztboxhttp://rukerneltool.rainerullrich.de/ru ... ish_EN.pdf
I need to change the setting of router Fritz Box. The setting were set by another person. I can't connect to router using cable, may be standard port or address were changed. So the only option is to switch to factory settings. Usually there is a button which deletes all the settings. I read the documentation and they tell to call the number #991*15901590* on the router. Do I have to connect telephone to router?
The fritz.box 7170 is always available on http://169.254.1.1
. (Just set the IP address manually in the range of 169.254.1.x)
Info from this website: http://www.nat32.com/nat32e/htm/fritz.htm
Fritz!Box is a very powerful DSL Wireless Router with several unique features:
•Certified firewall protects all your local computers.
•Acts as a private telephone exchange for two lines and several telephones.
•Supports VOIP Internet Telephony from any attached phone.
•Supports IEEE 802.11g++ for added range and speed.
•Excellent DSL throughput, even at high bit rates.
•Traffic Shaping allocates DSL bandwidth fairly amongst applications.
•Most models allow USB Drives and Printers to be attached.
•Functionality can be extended by starting programs on a USB storage device.
NAT32 Builds 1048 and later have Fritz!Box control and configuration support via a upnpc command.
Full details of the latest Fritz!Box models are here: Fritz!Box Home
The Fritz!Box Fon WLAN Annex A Version (Part Number 2000 1681) works perfectly in Australia and other countries that have non-ISDN (POTS) telephone networks. It comes with English firmware and instructions and can be ordered from: Sipgate (UK).
Tips and Tricks
•When using a phone with the Fritz!Box, you may hear a continuous buzzing noise when you try to make a call. This is mains hum caused by an earth loop of some sort. To get rid of it, substitute a normal CAT5 unshielded twisted pair Ethernet cable for the red shielded cable that came with the box.
•To turn on the Telnet Server in the Fritzbox, pick up your phone and then type: #96*7*
•Update: The Telnet Server was omitted from many recent firmware updates, and so the above may not work. To fix this problem, download this file: http://www.telefonsparbuch.de/software/ ... t04.30.tar
and install it on your FritzBox as a firmware update.
Start the Windows Telnet Client
•To start the Telnet Server when your Fritz!Box boots, enter the following commands:
echo '/usr/sbin/telnetd -l /sbin/ar7login'>>/var/rc.user
cat /var/rc.user > /var/flash/debug.cfg
•The sequence #96*8* turns off the Telnet Server.
•To install and start an FTP Server on your Fritz!Box, see Tuning and Hacking the Fritz!Box (In German).
•If you have a 7170 Fritz!Box, it is already running an FTP server that you can use to access a USB drive.
•To map that drive to a Windows drive letter, download and install the free NetDrive program from here: Download NetDrive
•The NetDrive help file (in Windows CHM format) is available here: NetDrive Help.
•Tip: If NetDrive doesn't start automatically at boot-time, locate the netdrive.exe file and rename it to webdrive.exe.
•Be sure to check for the latest firmware for your Fritz!box here: Fritz!Box Firmware
•If you are using Internet Explorer 7 (or later), be sure to add 192.168.178.1 to the list of trusted sites, otherwise the firmware update will not work. This is because the pathname of the update file is stripped by IE7 and the firmware file can then not be found.
•Open the Fritz!Box DSL packet trace window.
How to Edit Configuration Files
Start the Windows Telnet Client
•Start the Fritz!Box editor nvi.
•To edit say the voip.cfg file, enter: nvi /var/flash/voip.cfg
• Type / to search for text, i to enter edit mode, then make the needed changes.
•ESC returns to command mode, :w saves the file, :q exits the editor.
•Command reboot restarts the Fritz!Box.
• Command exit exits Telnet.