MTNL Delhi Dlink 502T default config

netahoy

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Aug 24, 2005
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Well for the newbies and the other alike, I would like to put down the default configuratins for all to see or refer in case of goofups et al.

And no matter wat u do while playing around with your first DSL new router.. be sure to get it back online ..... the reason I do so is that there seems to be no clear post talking basic configuration for ppl in distress.... as it happened with me on Day 1 of getting the connection and wasting nearly 2 hrs in trying to get it back online.

Default Configurations for MTNL Broadband Delhi.
Under Home > WAN

ATM VC Settings
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PVC - Pvc0
VPI - 0
VCI - 32
Virtual Circuit - En
Wan Settings - PPoE/PPPoA

PPoE/PPPoA
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Username - yr telephone number
Password - CA number unless changed
MTU - 1400
MRU - 1492
Default Route - En
NAT - En
Firewall - En
IP Control - Dynamic
Static IP - none

ATM
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Service Category - UBR
PCR - none
SCR - none



Other suggestions/recomd :-
#1 Please always change yr DSL Web console pwd (Default U/P - admin/admin) (Tools>Admin)
#2 Also change the default login password (Default pwd assigned is your CA no.)
#3 Always make a back of the config for easy restoration (Tools>System)
#4 Also Remember : Resetting to Factory Defaults isn't that dangerous as projected, on the contrary, its a saviour in cases of screwups. (Tools>System)
#5 Always keep all options of Firewall enabled on the DSL router (Advance>Firewall)
#6 Always prefer connect via the ethernet network port rather than USB, as the latter connection is extremely buggy and unreliable


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dearashwin

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Jul 5, 2005
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wit p2p u gotta forward ports rite?.... tell me if im wrong
 


akash

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Jul 18, 2005
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In the pic he has firewall disabledbutin text he han enabledtell me wat to domine is disabnled
 

arun

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Jul 30, 2005
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By default the firewall is disabled and NAT is kept enabled.I was thinking maybe if we just disable the NAT we wont need to do port forwarding and stuff.I think.
 

netahoy

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Aug 24, 2005
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Ppl using NATting and Portfwding, need to provide their feedback as to wat would be best option to use... no idea for now on that as I am on bridgemode (details to do so will eventually be re-posted)
 


chicmagnet

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Jul 29, 2005
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hmm i had disabled NAT once. but it didnt work for me. i still had to forward ports to use bit tornado.. (Didnt try bitcomet though).... hmm firewalling is a good option too.. but i keep it disabled most of the time cause my router is off most of the time :p..
 

sanke1

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Aug 1, 2005
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Disabling NAT doesnt helpIt simply refuses to make connection to MTNL servers.As said b4 portforwarding is must for P2P
 

arun

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Originally posted by waterloo_sunset@Aug 28 2005, 06:26 AM
Screw it! Am so sick of downloading stuff now. (more than 40gb in less than 3 months) Now i got no idea wt more to d/w. :lol: Suggestions are welcome.  :p
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You can get the simpsons all 16 seasons complete...only 15gb
:p
OR
Vista which is again several gbs
That should keep yo busy
 

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