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Sagecom CS 50001 Orange Funbox - configuration without neostrada

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  • Level 36  
    Hello.

    I changed operator, after Orange I had a device: Sagecom CS 50001. It is a decent Acces Point / Router with Gigabit ethernet and VoIP ports. I would like to use it / configure it as a router (on WAN connect RJ45 from the current provider, and have LAN behind, but better, disable DHCP, connect the cable from the provider to one of the LAN ports, and use the device as an AP (bridge between cables and WiFi).

    The problem is one: after resetting the device, the device's factory page is not displayed, only the customized Orange menu. If I don't give my login and password to the neostrada, I won't go any further. What's worse, I would have to have an ADSL line (I could connect at least on the test data) and I don't have one.

    Is there a chance to bypass the Orange menu in any way, so that without entering the username and password to Neostrada, I can get to the full configuration menu of the device?

    Thanks in advance, beautiful for your help.
    Mariusz
  • Network and Internet Specialist
    MES Mariusz wrote:
    I changed operator, after Orange I had a device:

    You did not return a device that you do not own. Orange only leases them.
    MES Mariusz wrote:
    It's pretty decent

    HeHe :)

    MES Mariusz wrote:
    If I don't give my login and password to the neostrada, I won't go any further.

    You can enter the standard: registration(malpa)neostrada.pl password registration

    MES Mariusz wrote:
    What's worse, I would have to have an ADSL line (I could connect at least on the test data) and I don't have one.

    You can go to a neighbor / friend who has the adsv / vdsl line for a while, connect the equipment for a moment and log in to the configuration page.

    MES Mariusz wrote:
    Is there a chance to bypass the Orange menu in any way

    I don't know another one.

    MES Mariusz wrote:
    disable DHCP, connect the cable from the provider to one of the LAN ports, and use the device as an AP

    This should work, but you won't run VoIP.
  • Level 36  
    Orange doesn't rebuke or bother, so I won't give them gifts ;-) . Who will pay me back for gas? ;-)
  • Network and Internet Specialist
    MES Mariusz wrote:
    Orange doesn't rebuke or bother, so I won't give them gifts

    May they not remember. Somewhere there is a penalty of PLN 300, I think.
    Like what you give it back :)

    As I wrote, you will do nothing more. There is no alternative.
  • Moderator - SAT
    There is a record in the regulations.
    Orange will wait three years and then sell the debt to the relevant companies, and those who are known in the default hearing will give the bailiff a job. And then to give over a thousand zlotys.
  • Level 36  
    simhak wrote:
    There is a record in the regulations.
    Orange will wait three years and then sell the debt to the relevant companies, and those who are known in the default hearing will give the bailiff a job. And then to give over a thousand zlotys.

    Generally a dead record, because while it is legal, in fact no one is collecting old equipment. TP has distributed millions of LiveBoxes over the decade, and despite the fact that there was a record there, that the equipment belongs to TP and no one collected it after that.
    Of course, it is good to have on hand and keep it just in case, while practice shows that no one collects anyway, and the cost of the device is included in the subscription.
  • Level 11  
    Yes, there is auto-configuration in funbox and it spits js scripts without adsl.
    I logged in, and they want PLN 300 for the roter, and once there were liveboxes for PLN 10 each.

    Gentlemen, first of all, Orange dims something, you get dns other than those set in the funbox ..
    nothing on the card. vpn only approx.

    Check e.g. at https://ipleak.net
    Orange Experts say they don't know what's going on ... hehe