Motorola Modem SB3100

Ok Guys and Gals I decided to put all the tutorials together kind of like a Haynes
Manual to modem hacking. Everything that’s covered within is available separately for
download on the various forums that are about.
This guide was put together by
Cableguy69
Guides / images from the following are included (sorry if anyone is missed):
(These are not listed in any particular order)
Cableguy69
Viiiper
Cleric
LLAADD
Jim Rose
JimboTheHo
Boltar
Astra
Cashmere
666
Koevoet
Witchy2K1
Granty
NoOne
R3V3NG3R
Dshocker (of TCNISO)
Thanks to all of you for your hard work.
The guide was re-organised, corrected, re-worded, updated and converted by
LLAADD
(If any of you disagree with any these changes, please PM him [unlocker-forums])
Contents
1. Cable Modem Basics .......................................................................................4
2. Sniffing for MAC Address’................................................................................5
2a. Cable Modem & UBR Gateway ....................................................................................5
2b. Sniffing for new MAC Addresses using DHCP Force ...................................................6
2c. Mac Swap Tutorial ........................................................................................................9
2d. Know your DOCSIS....................................................................................................11
NTL: Franchise Areas (Pure & Ex-C&W) ............................................................................... 11
Telewest: Network Map............................................................................................................ 12
2e. Config file Database, accurate on: 03/06/2007...........................................................13
NTL........................................................................................................................................... 13
Telewest .................................................................................................................................... 14
3. Spoofing You NIC (Network Interface Card) ..................................................15
3a. Changing your NIC MAC ............................................................................................15
4. IP Address .....................................................................................................16
5. MAX 232 & 233..............................................................................................17
5a. MAX232......................................................................................................................17
5b. MAX233......................................................................................................................18
5c. Pre Manufactured Max Cables ...................................................................................18
Chartmans Max 232.................................................................................................................. 18
TMC Max 232 .......................................................................................................................... 18
Jabs Place Max 233................................................................................................................... 19
Wayneeboy19117 ..................................................................................................................... 19
5d. Webstar Max cable adapter........................................................................................19
6. Ambit 200.......................................................................................................20
6a. Changing the MAC Address of the Ambit 200 ............................................................20
6b. Communicating with your modem ..............................................................................21
6c. Telewest (TW) Stream................................................................................................24
6d. Programming Ambit Chips, with Willem 4.5................................................................26
6e. Ambit 200 Firmware Downgrading via Ethernet .........................................................30
6f. Latest release for the Ambit 200..................................................................................34
6g. Restoring a Compatible Bootloader............................................................................41
6h. Ambit 120 Tutorial ......................................................................................................43
7. Ambit 250 - Guide to Hacking v2 ...................................................................52
7a. Updating Ambit 250 to hacked firmware.....................................................................52
7b. Force modem to use the 10mb config file...................................................................56
7c. Finding your TFTP IP..................................................................................................57
7d. 250 configurator guide................................................................................................61
Troubleshooting ........................................................................................................................ 63
8. Motorola SB3100 ...........................................................................................65
9. Motorola SB4100 & SB4200 ..........................................................................68
9a. Change Firmware on Surfboard Modem - 1 PC Method ............................................68
9b. Modems from America or Japan.................................................................................70
10. Hacked Firmware.........................................................................................71
10a. Fibercoax..................................................................................................................71
How To Use It........................................................................................................................... 71
Flags.......................................................................................................................................... 71
FAQ .......................................................................................................................................... 72
Status Page................................................................................................................................ 73
10b. Hackware .................................................................................................................74
11. SB4100/SB4200 using a MAX232/MAX233 serial cable .............................75
11a. SB4100.....................................................................................................................75
11b. SB4100 - Rev a ........................................................................................................75
11c. SB4101.....................................................................................................................76
11d. SB4200.....................................................................................................................76
11e. SB5100.....................................................................................................................76
11e. “bootp referenced but not included" Error (SB3100/SB4100/SB4200) .....................79
SBxx00 TELNET COMMAND LINE ..................................................................................... 80
To get into Telnet:..................................................................................................................... 80
12. Blackcat .......................................................................................................81
12a. SN74LS244N Version ..............................................................................................81
12b. Chipless version .......................................................................................................81
12c. Making a Chipless Blackcat ......................................................................................82
12d. Soldering a pin header .............................................................................................84
13. SB5100 Tutorial with Broadcom Commands ...............................................88
13a. USB JTAG ON A SB5100 USING FERCSA`S X2 STEALTH13.5............................97
14. Motorola SB5101 .......................................................................................102
14a. Method 1 ................................................................................................................102
14b. Method 2 ................................................................................................................103
15. Webstar DPC2100, EPC2100....................................................................106
16. Baseline Privacy (BPI) Hack ......................................................................109
17. Directly install SB5000 Series modems to PC and run off PC PSU...........110
18. Secret MIB’s & Secret way to upgrade cable modem via BITFILE ............113
18a. Factory Mode..........................................................................................................113
18b. Bit Files...................................................................................................................113
18c. Enable Factory MIB ................................................................................................114
18d. Factory mode OID list for Motorola cable modems.................................................115
Links.................................................................................................................119
1. Cable Modem Basics
Ok I’ll leave out as much jargon as possible.
A cable modem is identified by the cable company by its Mac address which can
usually be found on the underneath of the modem on a sticker with bar codes. This
Mac is known as the HFC (Hybrid Fiber Coax) Mac Address. How it works is by using
a method know as handshaking, When you boot your modem (Switch it on), the
modem will perform some tasks. Firstly the modem will send out a signal saying, “Hey
I’m Mac address 00.11.22.AA.BB.CC” (Or whatever the Mac address is). The cable
co. then check the Mac address against there data base the Mac address must be
known by the cable co. or the modem will not be able to synchronize with the cable co
network.
Once the Mac is recognized by the cable co. it will then be assigned a config file. Now
a config file is what determines the speed the modem will run at so the config you will
be looking to use is the one with the fastest speeds available. So basically the modem
says hello I’m Mac Address whatever, the cable co then say yes we know who you
are, and this what speed we want you to run at, once all this has been done, you get
assigned an IP address and away you go.
Cloning works by copying the Mac address of a modem that is legitimately paid for by
a subscriber. This will allow you to receive the same level of service as the paying
customer. Now here’s the catch, you are able to sniff out Mac address’ from any PC
that is connected to a cable modem with a valid IP address, but the Mac address’ you
sniff out will be of no use to you. The cable companies divide their networks into
gateways, if two identical Macs appear on the same gateway it’ll cause a conflict as
the cable co. will not know which modem to assign an IP to, so the two modems will go
into a reboot loop where both modems continually reboot each other, giving you very
little, if any internet access. Another detail which is very important when buying a
modem is it’s DOCSIS (Data over cable service interface specification) standard.
There are 2 DOCSIS standards “International” & “European”. Pure NTL & TW use
International DOCSIS whereas EXCW areas use European DOCSIS.
If you live in an I DOCSIS area you will need one of the following:
Ambit 200
Motorola SB4100i, SB4200i or SB5100i
If you live in an E DOCSIS area you will need one of the following:
Ambit 200
Motorola SB4100e, SB4200e or SB5100e
The Ambit 200 will work in either of the areas as it is capable of both DOCSIS
standards.
2. Sniffing for MAC Address’
The first thing you need to understand is UBR’s (Gateways).
The following text was put together by
Viiiper
2a. Cable Modem & UBR Gateway
Cloned modems can only work in a different segment of the cable network from the
original cable modem
All Cable modems login to the cable network with there unique MAC address. Think of
your town/ city as segmented like an orange. We all live in a certain segment and no
two MAC addresses are the same. A cloned modem comes online, as long as it is in a
different segment of the network from the original, it will work this is because the
network primarily checks the cable modems Mac address and does NOT ALLOW 2
identical Mac’s to be online [registered on the network] in the same segment.
So when you are all requesting Mac’s for trade you should actually be asking for Mac’s
from a different Cable network segment. You may think this obvious but the network
does not necessarily follow the physical layout of your town/ city.
The segments of the cable network [like the orange are separated], in the case of
cable the separation is done by ROUTER GATEWAYS, known as UBR’s [Universal
Broadband Router].
FINDING YOUR UBR is easy
The link given goes to the GRC [Gibson Research Corporation] website [a bit like who
is]
https://www.grc.com/x/ne.dll?bh0bkyd2
When you initiate the page it will return your full UBR address
[Bottom (4th) box between the “Proceed” Buttons]
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx.cable.ubrxx.shef.blueyonder.co.uk
xxx is replacing actual numbers [you won't see xxx on the result]
The information address follows the following format:YOU’RE INTERNET I.P / NETWORK TYPE / UBR SEGMENT / YOUR CITY
ACRONYM / PROVIDER DOMAIN NAME
For example if it returned a UBR05 this means you’re in segment 05 of your town/city
So for MAC trading purposes you need to trade with anyone outside UBR05, for
example UBR01. Areas/ cities are normally segmented into approx 10 segments
depending on size
You should supply TOWN/ CITY ACRONYM & UBR SEGMENT
i.e.: SHEF.UBR05
All the Best, Viiiper
2b. Sniffing for new MAC Addresses using DHCP Force
Now we know about UBR’s, lets talk about Sniffing out Macs. Theirs a few programs
out there that will suit your needs, the most popular is DHCP Force, others include CM
Sniff and Mac Reaper. I’ll Cover DHCP Force as its most commonly covered and a
tutorial is already written.
The following screen shots and text were put together by
Cleric
In this section I am going to tell you how I search for and find new Mac addresses
using DHCP Force.
First off you need the program this can be found in most forums.
When you 1st run the program this is the screen you should have in front of you:
Once you have this screen up all you have to do to start sniffing for Mac addresses on
your gateway is go to DHCP and select start sniffing as seen in next screen:
Once you have hit the start sniffing button it becomes a case of sit back and wait for it
to scan your gateway and find any Macs available, this is time consuming and slow
and at present seems to take a day or two of constant scanning so just get on with
summit else while you wait ☺
One point I will make when scanning for Macs is that you must not be connected to a
Router or have a firewall enabled, you will just get back blank results as a few peeps
from forums have found out, it can be done but its best just to unplug modem from
router and do the scan.
The other thing you have got to consider is once you have all your Macs you are going
to have to trade Macs with someone in your surrounding area as you cant use the
Macs from your gateway as the network will see two people with the same Mac
address and start kicking each of you off all the time, this is the reason you need to
find someone in your area that is on a different gateway, swap Macs and then use the
new Mac to clone a modem. Most forums that deal with cable have a Mac swapping
thread.
Once finished sniffing you should have a picture like this with address and Macs in etc:
You can save these addresses by right clicking on the addresses and selecting Dump
info to file as in picture, this file is saved were you run your DHCP Force program from.
The thing I always do as well is get rid of all the slower config files cause you no you
will never use them so there is no point in having a list of them ☺
Only keep your mid and high ones, there is also a 10meg at min as well.
2c. Mac Swap Tutorial
There seems to be loads of people struggling to get their heads round the Mac Trade
Threads, so I've put this together to help.
1. Go to the Mac Trade thread
2. Once in the Mac Trade thread, click the tab that says "Search this thread".
A drop down box will appear. Now type in your Town or City and click "Go".
3. Now you will have a list of everybody who's posted a request in your Town /
City. Note down the names of the people who've posted requests and send
them a polite PM asking for a trade.
Now if you haven't already posted in the Mac Trade thread, do so now, the reason
being, so other members, who may need Macs in the future, can go through the same
process.
This is however by no means always going to work. You'll still have to rely on other
people to be generous and send you Macs and you may also find nobody from your
area has posted. The only other option then is to go to a mates or family members and
scan from there if they live outside your UBR but within the server limits. Another way
is to go out with a wireless laptop and see if you can get into somebody's wireless
network and bring up the web interface of their cable modem and get a Mac like that,
although you'll need to check the UBR address first to make sure it's compatible for
you.
If you don't know your UBR click one of these links to find it.
https://www.grc.com/x/ne.dll?bh0bkyd2
http://www.dslzoneuk.net/ip_checker.php
2d. Know your DOCSIS
If your area on the map starts with:
1, 2 or 6; Then you are in a Pure NTL area: International DOCSIS.
3, 4 or 5; Then you are in an ex C&W area: European DOCSIS
If you are in the TW area, then that’s an International DOCSIS area.
NTL: Franchise Areas (Pure & Ex-C&W)
To find out if you’re in pure NTL or ex C&W area, go to the link below and enter your
postal code:
http://www.dslzoneuk.net/ntl_region.php
Telewest: Network Map
I DOCSIS Modems will only work in Pure NTL & TW areas.
E DOCSIS Modems will work in all areas, i.e.: ex C&W, Pure NTL & TW areas.
2e. Config file Database, accurate on: 03/06/2007
Warning!!! This Database could change at any moment, config files are constantly
being reviewed and updated by Virgin Media, this list is accurate on the day of posting.
NTL
Config File Name
Down
Speed
Up
Speed
noserv.cm
unreg.cm
cmreg-mota4100-light.cm
cmreg-mota4100-mid.cm
cmreg-mota4100-midxbox.cm
cmreg-mota4100-mid-ps2.cm
cmreg-mota4100-high.cm
cmreg-mota4100-highxbox.cm
cmreg-mota4100-high-ps2.cm
cmreg-mota4100-bund03.cm
cmreg-mota4100-bund03xbox.cm
cmreg-mota4100-bund03-ps2.cm
cmwsi-mota4100-2048-aol.cm
cmreg-mota4100-unltd01.cm
cmreg-ntlhm100-light.cm
cmreg-ntlhm100-mid.cm
cmreg-ntlhm100-midxbox.cm
cmreg-ntlhm100-mid-ps2.cm
cmreg-ntlhm100-high.cm
cmreg-ntlhm100-highxbox.cm
cmreg-ntlhm100-high-ps2.cm
cmreg-ntlhm100-bund03.cm
cmreg-ntlhm100-bund03xbox.cm
cmreg-ntlhm100-bund03-ps2.cm
cmwsi-ntlhm100-2048-aol.cm
cmreg-ntlhm100-unltd01.cm
cmreg-ntlhm120-light.cm
cmreg-ntlhm120-mid.cm
cmreg-ntlhm120-midxbox.cm
cmreg-ntlhm120-mid-ps2.cm
cmreg-ntlhm120-high.cm
cmreg-ntlhm120-highxbox.cm
cmreg-ntlhm120-highp-ps2.cm
cmreg-ntlhm120-bund03.cm
cmreg-ntlhm120-bund03xbox.cm
cmreg-ntlhm120-bund03-ps2.cm
cmwsi-ntlhm120-2048-aol.cm
cmreg-ntlhm120-unltd01.cm
cmreg-ntlhm200-light.cm
cmreg-ntlhm200-mid.cm
1Mb
2Mb
2Mb
2Mb
4Mb
4Mb
4Mb
10Mb
10Mb
10Mb
2Mb
512kb
1Mb
2Mb
2Mb
2Mb
4Mb
4Mb
4Mb
10Mb
10Mb
10Mb
2Mb
512kb
1Mb
2Mb
2Mb
2Mb
4Mb
4Mb
4Mb
10Mb
10Mb
10Mb
2Mb
512kb
1Mb
2Mb
128kb
256kb
256kb
256kb
256kb
256kb
256kb
512kb
512kb
512kb
256kb
76kb
128kb
256kb
256kb
256kb
256kb
256kb
256kb
512kb
512kb
512kb
256kb
76kb
128kb
256kb
256kb
256kb
256kb
256kb
256kb
512kb
512kb
512kb
256kb
76kb
128kb
256kb
Continued on next page
Notes
No internet access at all
No internet access at all
2 IP Address's
2 IP Address's
2 IP Address's
2 IP Address's
20Mb if area has been upgraded
2 IP Address's & 20Mb if area has been upgraded
2 IP Address's & 20Mb if area has been upgraded
2 IP Address's
2 IP Address's
2 IP Address's
2 IP Address's
20Mb if area has been upgraded
2 IP Address's & 20Mb if area has been upgraded
2 IP Address's & 20Mb if area has been upgraded
2 IP Address's
2 IP Address's
2 IP Address's
2 IP Address's
20Mb if area has been upgraded
2 IP Address's & 20Mb if area has been upgraded
2 IP Address's & 20Mb if area has been upgraded
NTL (Continued)
Config File Name
Down
Speed
Up
Speed
cmreg-ntlhm200-midxbox.cm
cmreg-ntlhm200-mid-ps2.cm
cmreg-ntlhm200-high.cm
cmreg-ntlhm200-highxbox.cm
cmreg-ntlhm200-high-ps2.cm
cmreg-ntlhm200-bund03.cm
cmreg-ntlhm200-bund03xbox.cm
cmreg-ntlhm200-bund03-ps2.cm
cmwsi-ntlhm200-2048-aol.cm
cmreg-ntlhm200-unltd01.cm
cmreg-ntlhm250-light.cm
cmreg-ntlhm250-mid.cm
cmreg-ntlhm250-midxbox.cm
cmreg-ntlhm250-mid-ps2.cm
cmreg-ntlhm250-high.cm
cmreg-ntlhm250-highxbox.cm
cmreg-ntlhm250-high-ps2.cm
cmreg-ntlhm250-bund03.cm
cmreg-ntlhm250-bund03xbox.cm
cmreg-ntlhm250-bund03-ps2.cm
cmwsi-ntlhm250-2048-aol.cm
cmreg-ntlhm250-unltd01.cm
2Mb
2Mb
4Mb
4Mb
4Mb
10Mb
10Mb
10Mb
2Mb
512kb
1Mb
2Mb
2Mb
2Mb
4Mb
4Mb
4Mb
10Mb
10Mb
10Mb
2Mb
512kb
256kb
256kb
256kb
256kb
256kb
512kb
512kb
512kb
256kb
76kb
128kb
256kb
256kb
256kb
256kb
256kb
256kb
512kb
512kb
512kb
256kb
76kb
Notes
2 IP Address's
2 IP Address's
2 IP Address's
2 IP Address's
20Mb if area has been upgraded
2 IP Address's & 20Mb if area has been upgraded
2 IP Address's & 20Mb if area has been upgraded
2 IP Address's
2 IP Address's
2 IP Address's
2 IP Address's
20Mb if area has been upgraded
2 IP Address's & 20Mb if area has been upgraded
2 IP Address's & 20Mb if area has been upgraded
Telewest
Config File Name
Down
Speed
Up
Speed
dtv-only.cm
hsi.cm
midband.cm
platinum.cm
sa-dtv-only.cm
sa-hsi.cm
sa-midband.cm
cm-1024-128
cm-2048-256
cm-2048-512
cm-2148-256
cm-4096-384
cm-4096-512
cm-10240-384
cm-10240-769
cm-20480-768
cm-cpe2-1024-128
cm-cpe2-2148-256
cm-cpe2-4096-384
cm-cpe2-10240-384
cm-cpe2-20480-768
1Mb
256kb
1Mb
256kb
1Mb
256kb
1Mb
2Mb
2Mb
2Mb
4Mb
4Mb
10Mb
10Mb
20Mb
1Mb
2Mb
4Mb
10Mb
20Mb
128kb
128kb
256kb
64kb
128kb
128kb
128kb
256kb
512kb
256kb
384kb
512kb
384kb
769kb
768kb
128kb
256kb
384kb
384kb
768kb
Notes
No internet access but can be forced to use another config
2 IP Address's
2 IP Address's
2 IP Address's
2 IP Address's
2 IP Address's
2 IP Address's
2 IP Address's
3. Spoofing You NIC (Network Interface Card)
Now the above is not essential but if you have a subscribed modem which is
recommended, and you plan to connect your clone to the same network card
(Ethernet Card also known as NIC & Network Interface Card) you should take some
precautions as the cable companies can see your NIC and can log the against your
modems Mac address. So for example you connect your subscribed modem to your
PC through your NIC then you connect a cloned modem to the same pc using the
same NIC then the cable co. will know you’ve used a clone on your PC and you’ll get
the dreaded knock on the door. All of this of course is theoretical and I’ve never heard
of anybody getting caught using a clone like, to be honest I’ve never heard of any
body getting caught using a clone but that’s another topic all together.
The following screen shots and text were put together by
Cleric
3a. Changing your NIC MAC
This is a simple procedure, download SMAC from one of the various forums, run it and
enter the Mac address you want in the boxes as shown bellow and hit update Mac,
restart pc and your done.
I personally recommend you only change the last two or three digits of the NIC Mac as
completely changing the Mac can cause your PC to not detect a network connection.
Also if you have never connected a subscribed modem to the NIC you are going use
your clone on then there will be no need to spoof the NIC Mac address. If you have
never used Ethernet and only used USB or just plan to use your clone via USB then
you will not need to spoof the NIC as it will not be getting used.
4. IP Address
Here’s some very simple and quite helpful fault finding information. If you don’t know
how to check your IP address, do the following.
Windows 95, 98 & Millennium
1) Click Start>Run
2) Type: winipcfg and hit Enter
3) In the drop down box click on your connection (If you connect through Ethernet
highlight your network card, if you connect through USB highlight the cable
modem.
For Windows 2000 & XP
1) Click Start>run
2) Type: cmd and hit Enter
3) In the new dos window type: ipconfig and hit enter.
If the IP starts 192 then the modem is either receiving no signal via the cable feed or
the Mac address isn’t recognized by the cable co.
If the IP starts 169 then you’ve got a connection problem between your modem and
PC theirs quite a few possible causes, Firewalls, SMAC, Virus, Faulty USB or Ethernet
Cable the list goes on.
5. MAX 232 & 233
Two really easy circuits to build the Max 233, is probably the easiest of the two and
more reliable. If you’re a bit of lazy Tw*t you can buy these circuits ready made. My
favorite stockiest is Tailor Made Circuits and can be found at this address.
www.tailor-madecircuits.com
The following text and images were from
LLAADD.
5a. MAX232
The voltage tolerance of the capacitor should not matter; anything over 12v should
work fine.
Make sure you use electrolytic capacitors, & put them the correct way, as shown
(White side is positive, black side is negative):
Parts List
4 x 10uF Capacitors
1 x MAX232 Microchip
1 x 9pin DB9 Female Serial Cable
Optional Parts
1 x 16 Pin Microchip Holder (allows easy replacement of IC)
1 x 4 Pin internal PC Audio connector (Female)
5b. MAX233
This one is simple to put together.
Parts List
1 x MAX233 Microchip
1 x 9pin DB9 Female Serial Cable
Optional Parts
1 x 20 Pin Microchip holder (allows easy replacement of IC)
1 x 4 Pin internal PC Audio connector (Female)
5c. Pre Manufactured Max Cables
Chartmans Max 232
Pin 1. TXD
Pin 2. RXD
Pin 3. GND
Pin 4. VCC
http://www.fleetcomputersystems.co.uk/product_info.php?
products_id=35
TMC Max 232
TXD =1 Red
RXD =2 Yellow
VCC =3 Blue
GND =4 Black
http://www.tailor-madecircuits.com/rs232_max.htm
Jabs Place Max 233
PIN 3: TX
PIN 4: RX
PIN 5: POWER (-)
PIN 6: POWER (+)
Wayneeboy19117
VCC = RED
GND = BLACK
RXD = YELLOW
TXD = GREEN
You’ll need to PM Wayneeboy19117 on Digital Worldz.
Don’t worry he is a trusted member of that forum and very
reliable.
5d. Webstar Max cable adapter
All screenshots and text were compiled by
Breed
Your max lead won’t just plug into the Webstar like it does on a 250, it’s a different
plug and wiring order. You just need to make a small adapter to plug into the Webstar.
6. Ambit 200
Ok I’ve left out the Ambit 100 & 120 for the same reasons as Cleric and here’s another
great tutorial by the man himself.
The following screen shots and text were put together by
Cleric
6a. Changing the MAC Address of the Ambit 200
First things first ☺ , you will need to open your modem this is done by locating the
rubber feet underneath your modem it’s the back two you want to lift, once you have
removed the rubber feet you need to remove the two screws, which will then allow you
to unclip the cover, be careful as the clips are fragile and break easily.
Once you’re inside your modem you need to locate a 5 pin header, you can see this in
the photo below:
The pin header is on the Right hand side of the board on the ambit 200 modems.
You will see that they are labeled: GND, TXD, 3.3v, RXD & GND, you will only be
using one of the grounds and that is the one next to TXD.
Now you need to attach your audio clip onto the pin header as shown below, it should
fit perfectly without any problems:
Once this is done attach the serial end to your computer in COM1, don’t plug the
power into your modem yet.
6b. Communicating with your modem
Next comes the setting up of your computer to talk to the modem, this can be done in
two ways either using HyperTerminal or Teraterm download available from the
shack under cable modem download section), for the purpose of this tutorial I am
using hyper terminal.
Open up hyper terminal by going to
Start > Programs > Accessories > Communications > HyperTerminal
Click this to open up the program you will be asked to choose a name for the session,
you can choose whatever you like, I just normally put in NTL, press ok, you will then
need to configure your port I like to do this manually as I think it works better, the
settings should be like the picture below:
Once you have set these hit ok, and you will see the next screen like in the picture
below with the phone icon active:
But still don’t plug the cable feed in yet!
The modem will not lock on so the data will keep running in HyperTerminal window
this is fine
Now enter the non update command:
cd non-vol\snmp
max_dload_tries 0
write
cd \
reset
Now unplug the modem from the power lead and connect the cable feed
You should have the HyperTerminal window still open.
And now power the modem up again
And leave it to boot fully this time should take 30 sec’s to a minute
But when complete you will see the picture below in HyperTerminal window
What I always do is enter the non update again
This is as follows:
cd non-vol\snmp
max_dload_tries 0
write
cd \
reset
The modem will reset this time and just wait until you see the command line again.
This is now at the point we enter the new Mac in to the modem.
Once you’re at the command line type the following:
Cd non-vol
Cd halif
press Enter
press Enter
Once you have done the above all you need to do now is enter the command for
changing your Mac address which is as follows:
mac_address 1 00:00:00:00:00:00
This command sets HFC mac address (this is the cable modem mac address).
Replace the 0’s with your relevant numbers.
After you have entered your new mac address, type the following:
Write
This command writes the information you changed to the nvram, once this is done
reset your modem by unplugging power and re plug back in.
That should be your Ambit 200 modem cloned with a new Mac address.
The next bit is to go into Internet explorer and type in http://192.168.100.1, this is the
root address of the modem, you will be asked for a username and password they are
both the same and it is root.
You should then see in the centre of your internet explorer the following information;
this I hope will show you your new Mac address ☺
You can now give yourself a pat on the back for cloning your 1ST Mac address
The Final thing you need to do is remove your max232 / max233 from your PC and
your modem pin header connection, turn of modem, unplug cables and put modem
back together with screws and sticky feet.
6c. Telewest (TW) Stream
Now as I’ve already mentioned the NTL Ambits can be used on a TW stream to
do this you must do the following as put together by me,
Cableguy69
Enter 192.168.100.1 into your web browser you will be asked for username and
password both are root once you have entered these details you will be presented with
this screen:
Once in the modems internal web page click on set search frequency parameters and
you will now see this screen:
Now just delete one of the frequencies and in the box that says history frequency enter
the correct downstream frequency for your area and click on “add” then click on “set all
frequencies as valid” and that’s it all done.
PS these screen shots were taken from an ambit 200 with the 100/120 you will not
need to delete any frequencies as there will only be one downstream frequency preset
into the modem.
If you are unsure on how to find out your downstream frequency you can check your
subbed modems internal web page in the same way although you will not need to
enter a username or password here’s some screenshots from a surfboard modem:
Click on the signal tab and this will bring you here:
As you can see the downstream frequency has been changed to match TW’s
configuration.
Please note the hacked Ambit modems are under attack From NTL and there are
serious problems with these modems and a fix may never be found, but hopefully the
resourcefulness of the people who are in the scene will find a solution to the current
problems being experienced with NTL users. If some clever bugger finds a fix, for the
NTL Updates then this tutorial will be updated accordingly. The way they initially kill
your modem, is by upgrading the firmware on your modem (Firmware is what tells your
modem how to operate). Once your Ambit has the update you will not be able to use
Hyper / Terra terminal. If your modem has updated you will need to restore it to its
original state, to do this there are two ways, an easy way and a hard way. I’ll put in the
tutorial for the hard way for educational purposes but you should be able to do it via
the easy method. OK the hard way will require a certain amount of skill this requires
you to remove the modems TSOP (Thin Small Outline Package), basically the 48 pin
chip soldered to the modems circuit board. Secondly you will then need read, erase
and then write to the chip. And thirdly, also the hardest part of the process, you’ll need
to re-solder the chip back to the board. Here’s the tutorial on re-flashing the TSOP
back to its pre updated state.
The following screen shots and text were put together by
Jim Rose
6d. Programming Ambit Chips, with Willem 4.5
1. Here is a picture, of how, I set the Willem up, the only jumper I had on is the 29f, as
you can see in the picture:
2. Ok once the Willem is set up put the chip in with the circle end at the top near the
red jumper (29f). Put the serial lead in and the power lead in. I used a 12v, 1 amp
power adapter.
3. Now open up software epr097g which is included. Now go to device like below:
then go to 29VF/39LF/VF/49LFxxx, then 29LVx00 (8/16 bit), then down to 29LV160,
like so
4. Once this is selected hit the id button to id the chip and you should get the following:
5. Once you hit ok, erase the chip the erase button is underneath the minimize button
in the picture above. Don’t panic if it goes to about 5% then cuts out, just repeat this
process about 5 or 6 times to be sure. You can then do a blank chip test by clicking on
the chip with the question mark.
6. OK moving onto the settings of the software to program chip
Firstly where its says PCB3 on the above picture click on it to change it to Willem ,
then check the temporary sector unprotected, your screen should now look like this:
As you can see it gives you the dip switch settings but they are back to front as you
can see they go from 12 to 1.
7. Now what you have to do is clear the buffer which you can do by clicking on the little
yellow box with red X through it. Once you have done this load up your dump which
should be in BIN form.
8. Once you have loaded up your pre-updated dump click on program chip which is
the little picture of the chip with the lightening through it. It took about 10-15mins
programming and verifying the chip.
9. Now put the chip down, there are various methods of doing this if you search
around. Once the chip is down, plug in your Ethernet cable and your power lead (NOT
CABLE FEED) into the modem and switch on. Then the Sync, Power and Rdy lights
will come on solid for about 10 seconds then they will all flash in sequence if this does
not happen and the Power, Rdy and Sync stay solid there is a problem either try relaying the chip or reprogram it again.
10. Now open up internet explorer and type 192.168.100.1 into the address bar and
you should arrive at this page:
As you can see it still has the old screen and where it says software upgrade file name
it has the old software C2403225.cpr.
All you need to do now is put your new MAC on and do the no-update mod which you
can find on Unlocker-Forums modem section.
I hope this helps you, please feel free to add to this tutorial, as some people might
have different ways of doing this, but this the way I got it to work. AS FOR WORKING
DUMPS I DON’T KNOW IF IM ALLOWED TO POST THEM WITH THIS, JUST PM
ME AND I WILL SEND THEM TO YOU. Thanks to DannyMaxPower for his help,
peace out JIM ROSE.
So, that’s the hard way but luckily for you guys some genius came up with this
method.
The following screen shots and text were put together by
JimboTheHo
6e. Ambit 200 Firmware Downgrading via Ethernet
This guide will allow you to easily unlock terminal locked modems that stop at 3348 in
HyperTerminal. Objective is to downgrade the firmware on the Flash to pre-updated
non-terminal locked. Thus allowing us access to CM> prompt. After following this
guide you need to follow the modem tutorial as usual. I advise not putting the modem
on stream whilst you do this, it is not needed and will avoid it updating again.
Things you’re going to need:
•
•
•
•
Max232 cable and HyperTerminal Software
Copy of image1.bin (included with this tutorial)
Ethernet cable
Solarwinds Tftp (included)
Installing Solarwinds
First step is to run the Solarwinds setup file SolarWinds-TFTP-Server.exe. Just click
Yes > Next > Yes when asked, Tftp server will install.
Next we need to configure our PC Ethernet card for connection with modem, goto:
Start > Settings > Control panel
Then Select Network Connections.
Right click on local area connection and click properties. In the white box you need
to click on Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) then click Properties.
Information needs to be as below:
Setting up the locked modem
Now, it’s time to connect your modem. You need to plug in Ethernet cable to you PC
and MAX232 adapter to your pc serial card. Don’t power the modem up just yet.
First you need to load HyperTerminal and open a connection to com port as usual.
Now, plug your modem in but be ready to push P when prompted:
Enter '1', '2', or 'p' within 2 seconds or take default...
Shortly, after powering up.
If Successful you will see Board IP Address [0.0.0.0]:
Here you need to type 192.168.100.1 then press enter
IP mask press enter
IP gateway press enter
Mac address press enter
Internal/External press I
It will now say if successful
Init EMAC, DMA, and MII PHY...
Autonegotiation started, waiting for completion...Autonegotiation successful...
MAC setup for FullDuplex
Then, Display Main Menu.
Here press D to download the image and save to flash. It will ask for server and file
details.
TFTP Get Selected
Board TFTP Server IP Address [0.0.0.0]:
Now we need to start the TFTP server.
First we need to copy the pre-updated image image1.bin to your c:\ root.
This is included with the Tutorial. Just extract to c:\ with Winrar.
To load TFTP Server Click Start>Programs>Solarwinds Free Tools>TFTPSERVER
You need to make sure that any firewall applications you are running don’t stop the
TFTP server connecting. It’s best to close them whilst running this tutorial to avoid
problems.
Solarwinds Configuration
Click File > Configure you will be produced with the screen shown above.
Make sure C:\ is selected as above and that image1.bin is listed.
Click OK to save. There is no need to change any other settings.
You should also note the IP address is correct in the status bar of TFTP Server.
Image Transfer
Back in HyperTerminal we can now enter our TFTP details as below.
Board TFTP Server IP Address [0.0.0.0]: 192.168.100.2
Enter TFTP filename []: image1.bin
If all is good it will display:
Free store: a0300000
Starting TFTP of image1.bin from 192.168.100.2
Getting image1.bin using octet mode
......................................
This is now copying to the modem. When complete it will say if successful:
CRC Verified
Destination image
0 = bootloader
1/2 = CM image
3 = specify flash sector
(0-3)[1]: Here press 1 to save to Image 1 on the modem.
Stored 906916 bytes
Verified 906916 bytes
If asked Store parameters to flash ? [n] press Y
You will now be displayed with the main menu again. Press B to reboot the modem
and load from flash.
If all goes well the modem will reboot. If all has gone well you should see the modem
scanning for frequencies.
Congratulations you’ve done it.
Now be sure to do the MaxDloadTries = 0 fix before connecting to the cable stream.
Just follow the modem tutorial as normal.
You also need to be sure to change you PC’s Ethernet IP configuration back to DHCP
(Obtain IP address automatically) before connecting to the internet.
Respect to Bulla.
Please note that, both of these methods will only restore your modem back to, it’s
original state, this combined with the “no update” mod should keep your modem in a
pre updated state.
6f. Latest release for the Ambit 200
The following screen shots and text were put together by
Boltar
SIGMA X2 Build 125 *CRACKED*
Ambit 200 Tutorial
Introduction
There are 2 methods to flash this image onto your 200, the first is via a Blackcat cable
(JTAG). If you are familiar with JTAG/Blackcat then you need no detailed instruction as
you should already know what you are doing. Just write the included
sigmax2_125_cracked_dump.bin file onto the flash using the ‘Write All’ function in
SchwarzeKatze. The other method is by using a serial connection and a max232/3
interface; this method will be explained below.
ALERT: If you already have the older SigmaX on your 200 and have no JTAG
interface then you cannot flash this image onto your modem. Even the Sigma
bootloader that allows flashing is buggy, if you try to use this Sigma flash menu you
will brick the modem. Look at the end of this tutorial for a way to restore a compatible
bootloader so you may flash the new image correctly.
Flashing the SIGMAX2 image onto the 200
Connect your modem to your PC using a MAX232/3 interface
Connect the modem to the PC via an Ethernet cable
In Windows Networking set the network adaptor connected to the modem to a manual
configuration with these details:
IP Address: 192.168.100.10
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: <don’t enter anything>
DNS: <don’t enter anything>
Open up HyperTerminal or Tera Term using the following parameters:
Baud Rate: 115200
Data Bits: 8
Parity: None
Stop Bits: 1
Handshaking: None
Now power up the modem and press ‘p’ in the terminal window quickly.
Enter the 192.168.100.1 for the Board IP Address, just press return for the other
values.
After entering this data you should be presented with the flash menu.
At this point, start the tftpd32 program that came with this archive.
Make sure that 192.168.100.10 is present in the Server Interfaces box.
My example shows the Current Directory as C:\temp but of course this is only an
example, don’t take it literally. Make sure the Current Directory is set to the same
place you extracted this archive. You have to click the Settings button to change this.
Now select ‘d’ from the menu options in the terminal window and enter
192.168.100.10 for the Board TFTP Server IP Address and
sigmax2_125_cracked_dump.bin for the TFTP filename.
The modem should now read the firmware image. You will be informed that the image
does not have a standard header and asked if you still want to store it. Reply with yes.
You will then be asked the sector at which to start the store. Enter 0.
It will then start to flash the chip with the new firmware. When it’s finished, it will ask
you to store parameters to flash, enter no.
You will then be returned to the main menu. You may now reboot the modem. The
new Sigma firmware should start to boot. Lots of data will flash past you on the
terminal until you reach the scanning stage.
At this point you may now start to enter the settings for your area. Firstly however, you
should stop the channel scan to make it easier to see what you are doing. To do this
type in the following commands
cd /cm_hal
scan_stop
The channel scan should then stop. Now, enter your settings.
cd /non-vol/halif
mac_address 1 aa:bb:cc:dd:ee:ff (change this to a valid mac)
cm_tuner 14
annex_a
cm_annex 3 (pure NTL areas ONLY should enter this)
cd ../docsis
ds_frequency 402750000 (change this your area’s DS frequency)
If you want to force the 10Mbit configuration file (which you probably do) then enter the
web configuration page ( http://192.168.100.1:1337/ ) and enter cmreg-ntlhm120bund03.cm into the Config name: box and click the change box next to it.
You can enable telnet using this interface too, as well as change the MAC address or
change the firmware. If you enable telnet, make sure you change the username and
password.
Now commit these changes to flash by entering the single command:
write
That’s it! Reboot the modem and you should be all up and running.
Have fun,
Bolt...
PS. If the modem ever stops working, you can clear it by entering these commands.
cd /event
flush
cd /non
write
6g. Restoring a Compatible Bootloader.
If you have Sigma on your Ambit200, you no longer have a working flash menu at
bootup (Where you press ‘p’ when the modem starts up). This will allow you to restore
a working bootloader so you can flash another image onto the modem.
You must have both these installed for everything to work:
.NET Framework 2.0
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=0856eacb-4362-4b0d8edd-aab15c5e04f5&DisplayLang=en
Visual J# Redistributable Package
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=F72C74B3-ED0E-4AF8AE63-2F0E42501BE1&displaylang=en
Firstly, connect your modem to your PC with a MAX232/3 interface and boot up the
modem without the cable feed attached. Wait about 10 seconds then start the
SoftJTAG program in this archive. This window will appear.
Select Serial (change the COM port value if you are not using COM1)
Click Connect.
The window should eventually change to this:
Now click on Write Bootloader and browse to the bootloader.bin file included with
this archive.
It should then begin to write the file to the modem’s flash memory.
It does take rather a long time, so go do something else for a while.
Eventually it will finish and should look like this.
That’s it! Reboot the modem and you should now have the familiar flash menu
equipped bootloader restored onto the modem.
6h. Ambit 120 Tutorial
All screenshots and text were compiled by Granty & Mark370 of Unlocker
Forums
Files needed
1) ntlhm120_ntl0001.cpr;
2) Infinite_Bootloader;
3) IMH-A120-2.40.3212-SHELLED.bin
4) Tftp.exe
Cables used
1) Non IC Blackcat cable;
2) Rs232 Cable:
3) Blackcat Software;
First off solder a 10pin header onto the rear of the 120ambit, also make sure that
these resistors are attached onto the modem you are flashing R227.
If the non IC Blackcat cable is
set up for a Motorola modem,
you’ll need to install the pin
header, to the underneath of
the board like this. However,
you’ll need to desolder, the pin
header to put the modem back
in its casing.
If you would prefer to have the
pin header permanently
soldered to the top of the Board
you’ll need to invert your
Blackcat like so.
Connect your inverted
Blackcat to the top of the
board, like this.
Then connect Blackcat cable and run software.
1) Go to the flash tab and click detect
2) Click on write, Search for the bin folder and select: Infinite_Bootloader
3) Click Ok and let this load
4) Once operation is complete, close the Blackcat software & disconnect the cable
5) Go to area network connections and click on “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)”, and
select properties.
6) Select the “Use the following ip address:”
IP address:
192.168.100.2
Subnet mask:
255.255.255.0
Default gateway: Leave Blank
Leave the rest as it is and click ok
7) In the connection properties window, select the advanced tab and untick the box
“Protect my computer internet connection firewall”, click ok then close this down.
(Note: in the latest windows XP, this might not be possible, so you will need to
disable the entire windows firewall temporarily – just enable it again later)
8) Start Tftpd32, and making sure that the current directory is showing the folder
containing your files, and by clicking “Show Dir” you can make they are there.
The server should read: 192.168.100.2
9) Start HyperTerminal and select com 1, with settings as below:
10) Once connected press 1, 2, or P within 2 seconds
11) Now it will ask for Board IP Address, put: 192.168.100.1, and then press enter
about 4 times until you get to the “Main Menu”, where you press: d
12) Now type in: 192.168.100.2, and press enter
13) Now it will ask for TFTP file name[], so type in:
IMH-A120-2.40.3212-SHELLED.bin
and press enter
14) The file will load and you will then need to respond as follows:
Do you wish to store it?[n]
y
Enter selector to start stor:
o (letter not number)
15) Once done, reboot modem and press any key within 2 seconds, then select
choice 6.
16) Now respond as shown in the picture above and text below:
This board’s LAN IP address? [192.168.100.1]:
Subnet mask for LAN? [255.255.255.0]:
Do you want to change the board’s Ethernet address? [N]
Press Enter
Press Enter
y
17) Next you need to enter your Mac address in stages. To do this you need to
press Enter after each 2 digits.
18) Now it will prompt you to if you want to change the USB interface address, if you
want to do this, you can (in this case just type y, and enter the MACas you did
the Ethernet one) but most people, you won’t need to do this so just press Enter
19) You now need to enter your TFTP server address, type this and press Enter
20) Now enter the following as it asks you:
What is the name of the file to be loaded and started?
Type: 99 & press Enter
Type: 2 & press Enter
ntlhm120_ntl0001.cpr
Type: 2 (again) & press Enter
21) You will be asked to enter the Tune frequency in kHz, mine is 402750, you will
need to know yours before you can continue, just enter the first 6 numbers only.
22) Now to restart the board:
Type: 99 & press Enter
Type: 6 & press Enter
Type: 10 & press Enter
23) Once this is done unplug modem and connect feed cable, HyperTerminal will
still be running on connection of modem. Go into a web browser and goto:
http://192.168.100.1/P_engineer.htm
Username: root
Password: root
24) In the boxes displayed you will see the TFTP you entered and the file name:
ntlhm120_ntl0001.cpr
Leave the modem 5 minutes then undo the changes made in steps 5, 6 and 7
by changing your “Internet Protocol TCP/IP” settings back to:
“Obtain an IP address automatically” and
“Obtain a DNS server address automatically”
25) Reboot the PC and modem together. Give the modem a further 10 minutes and
you will have internet access.
The Mac I used was a 120 mid, below is a speed test taken from:
http://www.bandwidthplace.com/speedtest/
7. Ambit 250 - Guide to Hacking v2
The following text was put together by
Astra
NOTE: This was only tested on NTL ex-C&W. Other providers will need to amend the
config file & frequency as required.
7a. Updating Ambit 250 to hacked firmware
To flash the firmware onto the Ambit250 you must use a MAX232/233 interface.
Connect this up as per-normal.
Connect up the cable feed to the modem, and the Ethernet cable to the PC LAN card.
Make a new folder on your PC.
Copy "250hack_dump_telnet.bin" into it.
Copy "tftpd32.exe" onto it (this was posted along with the ambit200-sigma hack)
In Windows Networking set the network adaptor connected to the modem to a manual
configuration with these details:
IP address: 192.168.100.10
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: 192.168.100.1
DNS: <don’t enter anything>
Start tftpd32.exe
Now start HyperTerminal and connect to the COM port of the PC using these settings:
Bits per second: 115200
Data bits: 8
Parity: None
Stop bits: 1
Flow control: None
Power the modem up.
Enter '1', '2', or 'p' within 2 seconds or take default...
Choose option P (press this quickly as if you miss it, it will continue booting)
Next enter: 192.168.100.1 as the “Board IP Address” and just press enter for the rest:
Board IP Address [0.0.0.0]: 192.168.100.1
Board IP Mask [255.255.255.0]:
Board IP Gateway [0.0.0.0]:
Board MAC Address [00:10:18:ff:ff:ff]:
Internal/External phy? (i/e)[i]
Now you should get the main menu:
Main Menu:
==========
d) Download and save to flash
g) Download and run from RAM
c) Store icePROM bootloader to flash
b) Boot from flash
e) Erase flash sector
m) Set mode
s) Store bootloader parameters to flash
i) Re-init ethernet
r) Read memory
w) Write memory
Choose option D, and enter the following bits in bold:
Board TFTP Server IP Address [0.0.0.0]: 192.168.100.10
Enter TFTP filename []: 250hack_dump_telnet.bin
You should now see the following appear:
Free store: a0500000
Starting TFTP of 250hack_dump_telnet.bin from 192.168.100.10
Getting 250hack_dump_telnet.bin using octet mode
................................................................................
................................................................................
................................................................................
................................................................................
................................................................................
................................................................................
................................................................................
................................................................................
................................................................................
................................................................................
................................................................................
................................................................................
.................................................................
Tftp complete
Received 2097152 bytes
HCS failed on Image 0 Program Header
Next when asked “Do you wish to store it?”, type: Y, & “sector to start store”: 0 (zero)
Image does not have standard header. Do you wish to store it? [n] Y
Programming 2097152 bytes
Enter sector to start store: 0
Store parameters to flash ? [n]
The modem will now write the new firmware to flash.
Now you should get the main menu again.
The modem is now flashed and you can close this copy of HyperTerminal and
disconnect your MAX232/233.
Set the LAN card back to dynamic IP and Gateway and reboot the modem.
Give it a minute to power up.
Now start a new copy of HyperTerminal, this time we select:
Port: TCP/IP (Winsock)
Host address: 192.168.100.1
Leave the port number as 23
Broadcom Corporation Embedded Telnet Server (c) 2000-2003
WARNING: Access allowed by authorized users only.
Press enter and enter the following login and password:
login: admin
password: infinite
WARNING: It is possible to crash the system, cause a deadlock,
or cause the connection to be shut down via Telnet.
Run commands with caution!
Console now switched to Telnet session...
Scanning DS Channel at 240000000 Hz...
Scanning DS Channel at 249000000 Hz...
...
We are now back in the console using telnet.
It should be scanning for a frequency to lock onto. We want to stop this so enter:
cd \cm_hal
scan_stop
cd \
Now open Internet Explorer and browse to the following page: http://192.168.100.1
Login: Infinite
Password: SetValue
NOTE: Case Sensitive!!! Capital I,S and V
NOTE: FireFox does not load the pages - you must use Internet Explorer
Click on SECURITY
Type in your DS frequency and click, apply.
Switch back to the HyperTerminal window.
cd \non
write
cd \
We now need to change the MAC address. We do this by writing the new Ethernet
MAC into RAM first.
Assuming our MAC address is AA:BB:CC:DD:EE:FF, enter:
write_memory -s 4 0x807e8b98 0xAABBCCDD
write_memory -s 2 0x807e8b9c 0xEEFF
Next we must force the modem to commit this to flash, so enter:
cd \non
write
cd \
Now to configure the other settings required to get online.
Code:
cd \non
cd hal
cm_tuner 19
write
annex_a
write
usb_mac_address <your usb mac address here>
write
NOTE: for the USB MAC, include the “:” i.e.: 11:22:33:44:55:66
the USB MAC is determined by adding one to the last digit i.e.: 11:22:33:44:55:67
Power off the modem for a few seconds and then back on again.
Give it a minute to connect and obtain an IP address.
You should now be able to access the web.
7b. Force modem to use the 10mb config file
Reconnect to the modem via telnet using HyperTerminal (as you did before.)
Type in:
cd \non
cd doc
dhcp_settings
My IP Address: [192.168.100.1]
Subnet Mask: [255.255.255.0]
Router IP Address: [192.168.100.254]
Those are the only 3 that really need to be changed.
Do you want to change the other settings? [no] Y
TFTP Server IP Address: [10.10.10.254] type in the IP of your TFTP server here
Config file name: [cm.bin] cmreg-ntlhm120-bund03.cm
Time Server IP Address: [10.10.10.254]
SysLog Server IP Address: [10.10.10.254]
Now type in the following lines:
enable force_cfgfile true
write
Now reboot the modem.
You should still be able to connect to the web. You can check which config file you are
running by accessing: http://192.168.100.1 and look in the Connection page.
Now it is important to change the modems telnet username & password to prevent
unauthorized access.
Reconnect to the modem via telnet using HyperTerminal (as you did before).
Type in:
cd \non
cd msg
user_name <your desired username here>
password <your desired password here>
write
The settings will not be changed until you reboot your modem.
7c. Finding your TFTP IP
All screenshots and text were compiled by
Granty
Here we have an example of the 250 asking for your TFTP address.
Now to get the TFTP address you need to do the following:
1) Start DHCP Force
2) Click on DHCP and scroll down to media sense, select disable, and it will ask
you to re-start the program
3) Go back and select start sniffing.
DHCP will start sniffing for Macs, when you have a list of Macs available in the
left column, click on each Mac address, until you see your TFTP server IP
This is all you need, copy and paste this into the HyperTerminal for the use in
modification of the 250...as in first image.
NOTE: I have blacked out the areas for my safety but yours will show the full TFTP
server IP, for the same reason this Mac has also been altered.
If you would like to share the Macs you have found you can save a list without the
need of endless typing, just right click on a MAC, and select “Dump Info to File”.
You will then end up with a file named config.txt
ALL the MAC’s will be saved to this file, not just the one you selected
Method 2
There is a fast and simple way of obtain your TFTP IP:
A) Start DHCP
B) Where it says Mac address insert the Mac you are using at the moment:
C) Select discover from the DHCP Menu:
D) Now just wait, after a while you will obtain your TFTP Server IP
NOTE: I have tried this method but it has never worked for me, this is why I have listed
2 methods.
7d. 250 configurator guide
All screenshots and text were compiled by
Mark370 of Unlockers
Once your Ambit250 has had the firmware flashed successfully its time for you to input
your area settings this is made easy with Boltars 250configurator App.
The 250 configurator requires the following 2 Microsoft application's to run correctly:
1. Microsoft .NET Framework Version 2.0 Redistributable Package (x86)
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=0856eacb-43624b0d-8edd-aab15c5e04f5&DisplayLang=en
2. Microsoft Visual J# Version 2.0 Redistributable Package
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=F72C74B3-ED0E4AF8-AE63-2F0E42501BE1&displaylang=en
Connection
You can either use a max232/233 cable through your COM Port or Ethernet cable
through Telnet.
list of the details about your area that you will need:
1. A Valid Mac Address
2. Tuner Type
3. Annex Mode
4. Downstream Frequency
5. Config File
6. TFTP Server IP
7. Admin Status (always 3)
8. Max DL Tries (always 4)
9. Force Cfg (ticked)
10. Telnet (Enabled) - well that’s up to you
Some area settings
NTL:
cm_tuner:
19
cm_annex_3:
For pure sometimes only if annex_b don’t work
ds_frequency:
402750000
Config file:
cmreg-ntlhm120-bund03.cm [10/20megs]
CW:
annex_a
cm_tuner:
ds_frequency:
TW:
cm_tuner:
annex_b
ds_frequency:
Config file:
19
586750000
19
331000000
cm-20480-768 [20megs]
Getting Started
Now you have your area details, MAC and your TFTP Server IP lets get started.
1. Connect all cables up and power up modem
2. Click either Telnet or select serial & Comport
3. Now click Connect and once connected enter all of your area settings so it looks
like this:
NOTE: These settings are for NTL-PURE, change as appropriate, and make
sure to fill in all boxes with details for your area, i.e for NTL-Pure, ex-C&W / TW
NOTE: MAC address has been removed for security reasons
4. Once all boxes are filled in and ticked, press: Write Settings, now the app will
write your settings to modem and disconnect like in picture below:
5. That’s it, reboot modem
Troubleshooting
If you find your modem won’t come online and your area has upgraded to 20megs
don’t for get you'll have to input the bpi CMDs in Telnet. To do this, follow the
instructions below:
1. First stop channel scan with this command:
cd \cm_hal
scan_stop
cd \ (press enter)
2. Now enter the bpi cmd
cd non-vol
cd docsis
enable bpi false
write
3. Reboot modem
If all has gone well you’ll get these results on your modems internal web page
[http://192.168.100.1/]
8. Motorola SB3100
I’ve never done a SB3100 myself but I found this posted on www.world-of-digital.com
The following screen shots and text were put together by
Cashmere
1) Manually assign a 192.168.100.10 ip to the network card you want to use:
2) Connect your sb3100 using just the Ethernet cable and power.
3) Extract the files supplied in the kit to your desktop
4) Cut and paste the opt folder to your root drive which in my case was C:/
5) Run Netboot. This is now the important part so pay attention. Boot over Network
will not work in our case (SB3100) so don’t try.
6) All we need checked r Enable ftp server…always run and auto IP also check our
path to the vxworks is showing:
7) If all is well we should see this picture if you do then proceed to next step /if not get
it sorted.
8) Now the magic bit. a pin or a cocktail stick will do…on the back of the SB3100 u
will see a small hole(just below ethernet plug) this is a reset button….what we
need to do here is trick the modem a little.
9) This parts all about timing and it may take a few trys. My method was to use the
old 123 delay and it works for me.
10) So here we go. With your netboot running and SB3100
connected…press,123,press,press and then wait a sec, if you got the timing right
you will see this:
11) You may now close netboot as we don’t need it anymore/Temporary firmware is
now in place 192.168.100.1/hack.html…….. now time to make it permanent
12) Follow the 3 steps here and wait for at least 5 mins and let it do its thing, during
this time the modem will reset and your new firmware will be permanent.
9. Motorola SB4100 & SB4200
I don’t know who put this tutorial together but it was posted on www.world-ofdigital.com by
666
9a. Change Firmware on Surfboard Modem - 1 PC Method
This guide is written in steps designed for printing. One step per page, (3 pages in all)
– Also important reminders are in red, step headings are in blue. Good Luck……
Required files:
• NetBoot.exe
• NetBoot.ini
• vxWorks.st
• SB__00-0.4.4.5-SCM01-NOSH-_.__.hex.bin
(the underscores represent different possible files, i.e. 4200, 4100, 2.03, etc. the
one used here is: SB4200-0.4.4.5-SCM01-NOSH-2.03.hex.bin)
1) Load Netboot,
If you are using windows XP or windows 2000 tick the AUTO IP box as shown
below.
2) If you are not using either version of windows then you MUST set the IP to
192.168.100.10 yourself. Usually this can be done by loading control panel,
clicking on network and then open the network adaptor connected to the
modem. Just scroll down the list until you find TCP/IP and click on properties
and input a manual IP (subnet mask = 255.255.255.0)
3) Now set up like this:
Reset Modem before booting:
Community:
SNMP Port:
Enable FTP Server:
Always run:
Auto IP (2k/XP & newer only):
Adapter:
FTP root path:
Ticked
public
161
Ticked
NOT Ticked (make sure you untick this)
Ticked
Select the network card connected to modem
Click on the yellow folder button circled in
red below and select the “vxWorks.st” file
NOTE: Each model has own specific files so ensure you use the correct ones
NOTE: Remember to type the location to the file "vxWorks.st”
NOTE: Select the correct network interface if you have more than one, its the
one that connects the computer to the modem.
4) When your ready click on boot over network, and wait for your modem to reboot.
5) Open http://192.168.100.1/hack.html (shown below)
6) Browse to your firmware and then click on start update.
7) Wait, it can take up to 5 minutes. Your modem will reboot if successful.
9b. Modems from America or Japan
For anybody who has a modem that comes from America or Japan, you will need to
do the following:
1) Firstly flash your modem with Fibercoax V9F4
2) Reset to defaults and reboot your modem
3) Go to the internal web pages http://192.168.100.1 & click on the configuration
tab.
4) Click on the dropdown menu and select “European PAL I/B/G” & click save
changes.
Your modem will permanently have this feature available no matter what
firmware you decide to flash your modem with.
5) If you now decide you want to change the firmware you’ve got installed you’ll
need to first enter http://192.168.100.1/00- into your web browser
This will allow your modem to take updates, (as Fibercoax disables updates by
default).
6) Now just follow the tutorial again but in Netboot change your SNMP port to 225
and flash your new choice of firmware to the modem.
10. Hacked Firmware
Ok hacked firmware comes in three flavors Fibercoax, Hackware and Sigma.
Personally I stay away from Sigma as I just don’t like the developers TCNISO but
there firmware is as good as the other two so basically it’s up to you. I’m going to leave
out Sigma for the SB4100 & SB4200 as we’ll cover it later on with the SB5100. You’ll
be able to get any of the firmware you need from the following link
http://members.ispwest.com/madcow007/cable/
10a. Fibercoax
Fibercoax is relatively easy to use. You change the settings of the modem by using
“flags”, these are entered into your web browser on the modems html page. The
following is taken from the read me file that comes with the Fibercoax firmware.
How To Use It
To be able to use this features, simply do this:
http://192.168.100.1/ + flag, whereas the flags are :
Flags
Flag /00Allows firmware Updates (by default all updates are disabled)
ex.:
- http://192.168.100.1/00- To restore defaults: reboot the cablemodem
Flag /01(Stealth mode)
ex.:
- http://192.168.100.1/01- To restore defaults: reboot the cablemodem
/04- set config name to NVRam
ex.:
- blah.cm
- To go back to ISP defaults: http://192.168.100.1/04(Check the config name that was set, on the fibercoax tab)
/05- boot from Stand alone kernel
ex.:
- http://192.168.100.1/05-
We left this feature for advanced users that wants to change Firmware's temporarily
(an example would be going to DOCSIS 1.1 FW and back to 1.0) and also to prove
that a serial cable isn’t needed to do this. Rebooting will restore your FW from flash
/06- Sets SNMP port to defaults
/07- followed by UPPER case 6-byte hex will change HFC MAC address
(http://192.168.100.1/07-0123456789AB - stands for 01:23:45:67:89:AB)
/08- followed by 24 digits will change serial number
(http://192.168.100.1/08-123456789012345678901234)
/24- Set memory location to dump (uppercase alpha)
ex.:
- http://192.168.100.1/24-80589680
(Check the dump results on the Fibercoax tab)
FAQ
Q) When using the flag do I need to put the ' - ', ex.: /00- ?
A) Yes
Q) What is the stealth mode after all for?
A) It disables the HFC interface and releases the HFC IP, which is used by ISPs so
to access your cable modem, via SNMP and others.
Q) Using flag /01- , will I loose network access (internet)?
A) No, you won't. It will make your cable modem stealthy against intrusions, from
the HFC side.
Q) Where can I see the config name that I'm using at the mo?
A) Go to the fibercoax tab, and it will be on the top of the page
Q) Will I have to enter the config file name, each time I reboot?
A) No. the config file name that you have set previously, will be retained after
booting.
Q) How do I boot from network?
A.) Setup a FTP server with IP 192.168.100.10, put a kernel in
"/opt/vwMIPS_1_0_1_fcs/target/config/sb4200/vxWorks.st" of FTP server, and
create a user with the following settings: username: jmcqueen ; password :
rickey7
Status Page
Originally MADE possible by FIBERCOAX TEAM
Here’s a screenshot from the status page so you’ve got an idea of what it looks like:
10b. Hackware
Hackware is a lot more, straight forward, with its easy user interface via the “Hack tab”
below is a screen shot which is pretty self explanatory.
Please note once you’ve installed your firmware you will need to put in your favorite
frequency, this is your downstream frequency. The frequencies for the various areas
are as follows:
TW:
331000000
NTL:
402750000
Ex-C&W: 586750000
11. SB4100/SB4200 using a MAX232/MAX233 serial cable
The following screen shots and text were put together by me,
Cableguy69
These are the solder points for the SB4100 & SB4200 where you’ll need to connect
your serial cable. Also if you’re using a Max 232 from Tailor Made Circuits you’ll need
to connect to the modem as follows,
1 = Tx = Red
2 = Rx = Yellow
3 = Vcc = Blue
4 = GND = Black
11a. SB4100
11b. SB4100 - Rev a
11c. SB4101
11d. SB4200
11e. SB5100
Now once you’ve connected your interface cable:
1) Start by going to:
Start
Control Panel
Network Connections
2) Right click local area connection and click properties.
(If you have more then one, make sure that you select the one your modem is
connected to)
3) Click on “Internet protocol (TCP/IP)” once (do not uncheck it), & click properties,
now set it up like this:
NOTE: You will need to have your Ethernet cable attached.
4) Now open the program called Boot.exe
5) Open HyperTerminal or Terraterm and set your baud settings to: 38400
6) Connect your serial cable to your modem interface and power up your modem
7) Type: 2 & press Enter, this will allow you to boot over Ethernet.
You should now see something like this:
8) Once Boot.exe has finished running reboot your modem and go to
192.168.100.1 and you should now see this page:
11e. “bootp referenced but not included" Error (SB3100/SB4100/SB4200)
Some modems may get the following error. "bootp referenced but not included":
If you get the following error, use the following command as posted by
Witchy2K1
SBxx00 TELNET COMMAND LINE
Use the following commands in your Telnet Client if you get error "bootp referenced
but not included" when running option 2
SB3100
cs(0,0)admin:/opt/vwMIPS_1_0_1_fcs/target/config/sb3100t/vxWorks.st
e=192.168.100.1 h=192.168.100.10 u=jmcqueen pw=rickey7 f=0x8 tn=SB3100 o=bs1
SB4100
2 enetBcm(0,0)admin:/opt/vwMIPS_1_0_1_fcs/target/config/sb4100/vxWorks.st
h=192.168.100.10 e=192.168.100.1 u=jmcqueen pw=rickey7 f=0x8 tn=SB4100 o=bs1
SB4200
2 enetBcm(0,0)admin:/opt/vwMIPS_1_0_1_fcs/target/config/sb4200/vxWorks.st
h=192.168.100.10 e=192.168.100.1 u=jmcqueen pw=rickey7 f=0x8 tn=SB4200 o=bs1
To get into Telnet:
1) Goto the start menu and select Run
2) Type: telnet & press Enter (A telnet window should now pop up)
And that’s it your done.
NOTE: If for any reason this does not work, you can also do it this way:
1) Goto the start menu and select Run
2) Type: cmd & press Enter (A new dos window should pop up)
3) In the dos window, type: telnet & press Enter
12. Blackcat
A Blackcat cable is the interface you’ll need if you plan on modifying a Motorola
SB5100 below are the schematics for making a Blackcat.
The following images were re-made by
LLAADD
12a. SN74LS244N Version
12b. Chipless version
And here’s an alternative that doesn’t require a chip or resistors. There has been
some talk of frying your modem using this method but I’ve tried this myself on a
SB4100 and a SB5100 and it worked fine on both modems.
12c. Making a Chipless Blackcat
Ok so now you’ve got your Blackcat made up it might be wise to install a ten pin
header onto your modems JTAG points to easily attach and remove your Blackcat.
And here’s a little more info on making a Blackcat without a chip.
The following photos and text were put together by
Granty
This is a simple method of making a non i.c BLACKCAT CABLE
Below is a list of the items you will need from www.maplins.co.uk
1 x JB59P
[2X5 DIL IDC SOCKET]
1 x JB85G
[2X5 IDC PCB HEADER]
1 x XR74R
[FLAT IDC CABLE 20 WAY (SEPARATE INTO 2x 10 WAY)]
1 x YQ48C
[D-SUB 25 WAY plug]
1 x JW91Y
[25W D TYPE HOOD]
Open the DIL idc socket and slide the idc cable through and squeeze tightly to close
the socket.
Take note of the way the socket is facing below.
10
1
At the other end of the idc cable cut the wires like in the pic below.
You will not be using 3,5,7,9 so cut and remove these wires
Solder wires to the rear of the 25-way plug, make sure to follow the pic below & above.
The number 1 wire should bridge 4 pins on the bottom row as in picture
Solder the PCB header onto your surfboard 5100 series
With the cut out facing as in the picture below
Failure to do this will render the header useless and you will have to remove and re
solder.
Once finished your cable should connect like the picture below the next step is to load
software and connect the cable to your pc.
Ok so now you’ve got your Blackcat made up it might be wise to install a ten pin
header onto your modems JTAG points to easily attach and remove your Blackcat.
12d. Soldering a pin header
All screenshots and text were compiled by
Granty
This is a guide to enable you to solder the 10 pin Header onto the Motorola Surfboard
Series Modems
1) Remove the case and you can see in this first picture of the surfboard where
your 10 pin header goes, whether it is a solder less type or not.
For the header to sit correctly you must remove the lid off the chip and some of
the surrounding metal.
There’s no need to worry about replacing the lid there’s no use for it.
NOTE: Be very careful when doing this, as if you just try pulling it off, it may
damage the circuit board. The best way to do this is to use a heavy duty wire
cutter and cut though the metal in the 2 places marked in red above. Again be
careful not to damage any components around the area.
2) Now with a pair of pliers carefully twist the metal between the 2 cut points back
and forth until it becomes loose then it should easily come off.
3) Once this has been done, and all sharp edges tucked away you can place your
header onto the surfboard, but it must be placed in the correct way, as shown, if
you are going to flash the modem with the non IC version of the Blackcat lead.
This must be followed correctly otherwise you will not get the flash to take and
can screw your modem up.
4) Once in place you can turn the modem over so we can start to solder the header
onto the surfboard (As you can see in the picture there’s a lot of Glaze on the
board, this is just because the modem has had the header removed and
replaced for the purpose of this tutorial)
5) The next thing is to plug your soldering iron in and when hot enough, tin the end
with some solder. This will increase the flow when you come round to solder the
header onto the board. Theirs no need to pile a load of solder onto the header
and use braid to clean off you can do this quite easily by soldering each pin one
by one to the board if you have a steady hand.
The best thing to do first off is to have a play around with some copper wire just
to get the feel of how much solder you need to put onto your iron and then crack
on, you don’t need to be a master (I am no master, believe me)
6) That’s it, you’re done! Just make sure that there are no short circuits. It’s always
a good idea to clean off any flux with an anti-static brush & a special electrical
spray (DO NOT use normal cleaners as they may damage the board)
13. SB5100 Tutorial with Broadcom Commands
All screenshots and text were compiled by
Granty
1) Connect cable to surfboard
2) Start Blackcat software
3) Once you have started this process do not attempt to open any other programs
NOTE: If for any reason after you have read the memory it says cannot detect flash,
unplug the power from the modem and re plug .This should solve the problem
as long as you have read and saved the memory you can carry on to the next
step
4) Go to Console tab and should detect Manufacturer:
5) Go to Memory tab and select read all:
This will take a while, when finished save file as blackcat.1,
6) Go to the flash tab and click Detect
7) Click write all, open the SB5100 bios folder and select the nosh file and open
8) This is the page you will have on display next; don’t panic because this is where
you will have to wait at least 40mins for it to finish what its doing. When finished
it will say operation done.
Click here, this will say
“Program”, but once clicked
and the firmware is selected,
it will change to “STOP”
9) Click on the 'SB5100' tab, click ‘Program’ and choose the 'SIGMA-X-1.06.bin'
firmware. Got to be this one I had to search the folders on the CD for it. This will
take a while to load. When it’s done, it will confirm new firmware installed.
10) Next on the Boot loader (bootstrap), click on the yellow folder above the flash
tab and find the ‘SIGMAX-BL_v2.6-LITE.bin' file. Then click 'Flash', when
finished it will say new bootloader installed.
11) When done, unplug the power cable from modem and re-connect
12) Open up an internet browser and goto: http://192.168.100.1/
13) Go across to the sigma tab & put a known working Mac in: “HFC MAC Addr:”
and then click Change next to that box.
14) Unplug power cable again, and reconnect, then go back to: http://192.168.100.1/
15) If not done change this setting to factory mode enabled, then unplug power and
reconnect.
16) In the sigma window go to the webshell tab and in the broadcom shell command
box;
Type: cd non-vol & click Execute
Type: cd halif & click Execute
Type: cmannex_3 & click Execute
Type: UpdateSettings & click Execute
17) Go to the frequency tab and type in your downstream frequency & click Change,
(mines is NTL area, enter yours as appropriate)
18) Go back to webShell, and in the broadcom shell command box;
Type: UpdateSettings & click Execute
19) Unplug power cable & reconnect. Go to http://192.168.100.1/ then Sigma page
Here type in a valid and working MAC address and press Change.
NOTE: The MAC address shown above is not a real one, it’s just made up
20) Unplug modem and connect coax cable (NTL feed cable) & power up. Go back
again to: http://192.168.100.1, this time write in the config box the config file for
20meg (mine again is Ntl, enter yours as appropriate)
21) Unplug modem power and re-connect, start up modem & you should be online.
13a. USB JTAG ON A SB5100 USING FERCSA`S X2 STEALTH13.5
All screenshots and text were compiled by
Koevoet
1. Firstly the JTAG will connect to the modem as follows:
2. You will then have to initialize the software, by clicking on the USB JTAG
software icon.
3. Now you need to select the type of modem you are going to flash, to do this
click on tools then config, it will then open the following menu:
In this case we will be selecting SB510X, as it’s a SB5100 modem we are going
to be programming.
4. Next we need to detect the modem, to see if the USBJTAG recognizes it, we do
this by typing “detect” in the bottom window:
As you can see from above, it sees the modem has an Intel flash
5. Now we need to issue 2 more commands to get the modem ready for
programming these are: ldram & then program
As you can now see in the bottom right hand corner it says “Debug on” this tells
us the modem can now be flashed without fear of it crashing, it is best to leave
this for 30 seconds to verify that is does not go back to “off” as some Chips
contain a watchdog.
6. We will now use a command for restoring a flash, this command is useful for
flashing new full flash dumps as well as backups of the modem the command is
“rest51”. In your software folder you should have the rest51.usp file with the
relevant commands for this to work. When this command is inserted you will
then have to locate your full flash dump, in this case I am using Fercsa`s latest
stealth 13.5 firmware.
7. The firmware should now flash after you have pressed enter
8. On completion it will say if no further programming is needed turn off the
modem, script finished, in other words reboot it.
9. Now to check if it has all gone well, on reboot connect the Ethernet cable and
browse to http://192.168.100.1:1337, and you should be confronted with the
following:
If so then congratulations, you have just flashed a SB5100 modem with
Fercsa`s X2 stealth 13.5 firmware.
To get hold of a USBJTAG or software you can go here http://www.usbjtag.com/
14. Motorola SB5101
14a. Method 1
Unfortunately theirs no hacked firmware available yet for the SB5101 but have a read
of the following that was posted on Modshack by:
R3V3NG3R
In the blackcat program folder, go to the broadcom folder and add this line to the
broadcom.bc file jtagpart 0x3349 "bcm3349" "bcm3349_docsis" and create a new .bc
file containing this line script "./jtagparts/common/ejtag.bcs" and save the file as
bcm3349.bcs
Build 126+ is the only version that has support for 5101 devices. Unfortunately for all
you pirates, these builds have online protection integrated so you must be a member
and have purchased a firmware.
Well now you can sort your 5101 modem out without being a TCNIO member and
having the latest Shwarzekatze.
Do the above in build 120.
14b. Method 2
Here’s another way to mod the SB5101 without using modified firmware.
The following screen shots and text were put together by
Boltar
The JTAG and serial ports make it cable modem modding perfection. There is
however a distinct lack of firmware that will work on it. You can of course use the
Ambit 250 hacked firmware on which works fine (as the Ambit 250 is pretty much the
same modem as a SB5101E). However, this tutorial is for those of you that would
rather use the more up to date original firmware that came with the modem. On mine,
that firmware is SB5101E-0.4.1.4-SCM02-NOSH. Of course, this firmware has no
console, so, you would think you are stuck with simply changing the MAC address via
blackcat and putting up with the subscribed config of the MAC you are using, which
means scratching around looking for the few bund03 configs in your sniffers. Well you
don't have to do that. Here's a simple guide to using the original SB5101E firmware
with all the config override options. I am assuming you are familiar with the basic
concepts of blackcat programming and serial flashing; this tutorial will not go into huge
detail about these processes as you are expected to know. I recommend you use build
128 of SchwarzeKatze too.
The 5101 will need to be soldered up with the JTAG and SERIAL port headers. This is
an illustration of the pin-outs of each port.
Note that the serial port pin outs are arranged differently to the standard pin outs most
of us are used to, and you may need to create a small adapter. I used a small piece of
strip board, a 4 pin header and a floppy power cable I cut from an old power supply
(see image). This adapter changes the pin outs to the same order as the ambit
modems, allowing the standard pre-built Max232/3 cables to work without
modification.
The JTAG points are however standard.
Taking a full backup.
Connect the cable feed and boot the modem and allow it to obtain a lock. You will
know it's locked when you see all the 4 green LED’s lit on the front. Now power down
the modem and disconnect the cable feed. Connect the blackcat cable and power the
modem up again, this time take a full backup of the modem firmware using
SchwarzeKatze. Go to the 'Flash' tab and click 'Read All' to do this.
Flashing a new bootloader.
After the full backup is done you need to flash a new bootloader. As standard, the
5101E has a quiet bootloader, this needs to be replaced with another to allow us
access to the main flash menu. Just use SchwarzeKatze to flash the included
bootloader.bin file onto the modem using the 'Bootloader (Bootstrap)' function in the
'SB5100' tab. Wait until this is finished.
Netbooting a shelled firmware.
Power down the modem and connect your Max232/3 cable. Load up your terminal
emulator and power up the modem. You should now see the familiar "Press '1', '2' or
'p'" prompt appear. Press 'p'. Enter 192.168.100.1 as the main board IP as usual, and
again, as usual set your windows tcp/ip settings to IP:192.168.100.10
NetMask:255.255.255.0 , all standard stuff so far.
Start up your tftp server (there's one included) and make sure that its root folder is set
to the same folder that you extracted the attached rar file into. In the flash menu,
select option 'g'. Enter 192.168.100.10 as the TFTP IP and enter SB5100E-2.3.2.0SCM03-FATSH.bin as the filename. It will download it and scroll a few things on the
terminal screen, and then it will ask if you want to save parameters to flash, enter no.
The shelled firmware will then run, although this firmware is meant for a 5100E, it will
still run on a 5101E, it just doesn't support the tuner used in the 5101E so it cannot
lock onto the DS frequency, but that doesn't mean we can't use the firmware to
change the modem's settings, getting the idea now? He he!
When all booted it will start to scan for channels, but will be complaining because the
tuner is not supported, stop this by entering these commands.
Code:
cd /cm_hal
scan_stop
Now enter the following commands to setup your modem. Note some of these
commands need alteration.
Code:
cd /non
cd halif
mac_address 1 aa:bb:cc:dd:ee:ff (change to a valid MAC)
cd ../docsis
enable bpi true
enable force_cfgfile true
dhcp_settings
My IP Address: [10.10.10.10] <press return>
Subnet Mask: [255.255.255.0] <press return>
Router IP Address: [10.10.10.254] <press return>
Those are the only 3 that really need to be changed. Do you want to change the
other settings? [no] Y
TFTP Server IP Address: [10.10.10.254] <type in the IP of your area's TFTP server
here>
Config file name: [cm.bin] cmreg-ntlhm120-bund03.cm
Time Server IP Address: [10.10.10.254] <press return>
SysLog Server IP Address: [10.10.10.254] <press return>
cd ../snmp
max_dload_tries 0
docsDevSwAdminStatus 3
write
Note that you can find your TFTP IP from using DCHP Force or most other MAC
sniffers.
That should be it, reboot the modem and reconnect the cable feed and all should be
well. You can change the MAC address again using Blackcat or by repeating the steps
from Net booting a shelled firmware.
All the best,
Boltar.
15. Webstar DPC2100, EPC2100
All screenshots and text were compiled by
Watsy1612 (of Digitalworldz)
This guide will teach u how to clone a Webstar modem I have done much research
into this. Most of the guide I made myself and other bits I found on and around the
internet. But this will work 100% and it’s real easy.
1) Identifying your modem:
The Webstar epc2100 & dpc2100 is practically the same as the sb5100. You
could have a DPC version or an EPC version they are both exactly the same,
but the way you open them is different and the boards are slightly different!
On the left EPC, on the right DPC
2) Opening the Modem:
a. Using a sharp knife to remove the foot pads
b. This will reveal two, t-10 screws which need removing
c. Examine the outline of the case to see two small notches on the
underneath, where you can insert a small flat headed screwdriver to pop
the case off.
You should now have something that looks like below, this is still the same for
both modems and it’s only the white connector you need to worry about.
Lye the modem down flat so the Broadcom writing on the big Broadcom chip is
upside down, then start at the top of the white connector.
Pin 1 = Rx
Pin 2 = Tx
Pin 3 = GND
Pin 4 = V
NOTE: You can also just buy a console cable and connect it straight in to the white
connector on the board. The easiest way is to get an rs232 board and a 4 pin console
cable, but if you cannot get a console cable simply attach a sound cable from the back
of a CD/DVD drive to your max232 board to the four pins at the end, it’s that easy.
3) Connect the console cable to the white connector and make sure the power to
your modem is off. Then start hyper terminal which can be done by going to:
Start
All Programs
Accessories
Communications
Hyper Terminal.
When it loads, do the following:
a. Enter any number in the area code box
b. Click OK to the accept default modem settings
c. Click OK on the next screen again
d. It’ll popup with a box saying new connection, call it Webstar & click OK
e. Select your com port and click OK
f. Enter the port settings as shown and click OK:
Bits per Second = 115200
Data bits =
8
Parity =
NONE
Stop Bits =
1
Flow Control =
Hardware
4) Once your console cable is connected and your hyper terminal is
communicating to the modem, as long as you have done all of the above, then
you should start to see messages in your console window.
You will be asked to press 1, 2, or p before the request disappears,
Type: p
This will halt the boot process and will display the modems console menu like
below:
Note: If it does not, disconnect power to the modem, and connect again, making
sure you press p in time (you only have a second or so to do this!)
Main menu
D) Download and save to flash
G) Download and run from ram
C) Store iceProm Bootloader to flash
B) Boot from flash
E) Erase Flash Sector
M) Set mode
S) Store Bootloader Parameters to flash
I) RE-init Ethernet
R) Read Memory
W) Write Memory
5) Before doing anything else in Hyper Terminal, we need to set up TFTP.
Start TFTP, click on settings, and change the output directory to the directory for
the firmware image.
6) Not go back to Hyper Terminal and hit the magic D button on your keyboard.
NOTE: Some of them I have done, have flashed the modem straight away,
others ask you to put the TFTP server IP in but it’s real easy and the instructions
are on screen.
7) Wait about 20-25 minutes depending on your setup.
8) Hurray, you have a Webstar modem running on ambit 250 firmware. Just go to:
http://192.168.100.1 in your internet browser and change the MAC, then restart
and away you go.
16. Baseline Privacy (BPI) Hack
This text was compiled by
Koevoet
In some areas, NTL are initializing baseline privacy (BPI), this is the first steps for the
CC`s to attempt to stop the cloning business, if your modem locks on a d/s freq, but
will not come online, have a look on the main page (of http://192.168.100.1) to see if it
says baseline privacy skipped or enabled.
If BPI is enabled, then you will have to telnet to the modem and apply these
commands to disable it, this will allow you to come online, bear in mind this may not be
the cause as some clones do still come online even with bpi enabled!
You’ll need to Telnet to your modem and enter the following commands:
cd /non-vol/docsis
enable bpi false
write
cd /
reset
To get into Telnet:
1) Goto the start menu and select Run
2) Type: telnet & press Enter (A telnet window should now pop up)
And that’s it your done.
NOTE: If for any reason this does not work, you can also do it this way:
1) Goto the start menu and select Run
2) Type: cmd & press Enter (A new dos window should pop up)
3) In the dos window, type: telnet & press Enter
17. Directly install SB5000 Series modems to PC and run
off PC PSU
Here’s how you can directly install the SB5000 series modems to your PC and run it
off the PC’s PSU.
The following screen shots and text were put together by
Granty
First thing is to open the case and find space to fix the surfboard.
Open the SB and remove from its case.
Remove the nut that’s attached to the coax feed and remove the metal plate.
Now line up the SB from inside, making sure that plenty of air can circulate around it,
and that it will not touch any of the electrical parts of the PC, and mark out where you
need to remove the metal (I used a small pair of snips)…
Once this has been done, be very careful that NONE of the metal falls into the PC.
Now just fix the backing plate over the hold you make with the modem in place,
fastened by the nut:
Once this is done, it should look like this, or as near as. You can just use the power
adapter that came with the surfboard, and if you want to do this, you are now done!
BUT!
What I did was to solder a spare adapter I had to the power supply of the Surfboard,
and connect it to my power supply from the PC:
Yellow = 12V
Black = 0V (Negative)
Note: red wire from picture on the left, leads to the yellow wire on the Molex connector
in the picture on the right.
This would free up a valuable socket space, and do away with the SB transformer
Picture showing internal power (Green Lights)
More sample pictures below:
Regards, Granty.
18. Secret MIB’s & Secret way to upgrade cable modem
via BITFILE
The following text was compiled by
Dshocker (of TCNISO)
Look down at the bottom you will see secret MIB’s for the modems.
Like getting and setting your modem cert... Dshocker
Well here it is everything you will need for you're modem
You can upgrade modem firmware do what ever, Read the Read me.
Under this text because if you don’t I will not help you.
Hope you have fun
Dshocker
PS: for each modem if you wanna use it on Sb5100.
You name the bitfile SB5100.bit SB4100, SB4100.bit, SBG900,
SBG900.bit etc...
Officially Released by Dshocker
18a. Factory Mode
Before I talk about bit files I should explain what factory mode is:
Factory mode, when enabled, gives you access via SNMP to the factory MIB.
The factory MIB is a list of OID's, each OID having a unique function.
Here is a very small list of things you can do remote via SNMP when in, factory mode,
• get/set the HFC, Ethernet and USB MAC addresses.
• get/set the modem serial number.
• get/set the modem cert.’s (cm, vendor, and secure code).
• ping IP address’.
• execute shell commands
• execute injected code (see cmFactoryBCMGroup 'CommandType,
AddressOrOpcode, ByteCount and Data')
18b. Bit Files
The bit file method works on firmware 0.4.5.0 and up on SB3100, SB4100, SB4101
And, SB4200.
And on any SB5100, SB5101 and SBG900.
The bitfile method works like this.
1) Using SNMP you set the OID 1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.3.1.18.0 to the interger.
The value of your HFC MAC address. (Calc.exe)
2) The modem then TFTP gets a 'bitfile' from 192.168.100.10
4100 modem will TFTP get SB4100.bit, and 4200 modem will TFTP get SB4200.bit
3) If the bit file is the correct size and contains the exact sequence of, bytes, then
factory mode is enabled and the modem reboots!
4) When the modem reboots you have full access to all the factory MIB and OID's,
within it.
NOTE: Factory mode will stay enabled until you turn it off by setting
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.29.0 to integer 1 and reboot the modem!
Sorry no source code for you :P - a compiled bitfile is in the rar.
18c. Enable Factory MIB
This tutorial will show you how to enable the factory MIB on a modem and change the
MAC and serial, via SNMP
1) Put the .bit file into your TFTP server’s directory.
2) Use SNMP to set the OID 1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.3.1.18.0 to the decimal of your
HFC MAC address
Example: snmpset -v2c -c public 192.168.100.1 1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.3.1.18.0 i
12345678
The modem will now get the bit file and if it’s correct it will enable factory mode and
reboot!
Once the modem is rebooted....
3) You can now set the OID 1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.3.0 to your NEW ETHERNET
MAC address
Example: snmpset -v2c -c public 192.168.100.1 1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.3.0 s
"12:34:56:78:9a:00"
4) You can now set the OID 1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.4.0 to your NEW HFC MAC
address.
Example: snmpset -v2c -c public 192.168.100.1 1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.4.0 s
"12:34:56:78:9a:0a"
5) You can now set the OID 1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.6.0 to your NEW SERIAL
NUMBER.
Example: snmpset -v2c -c public 192.168.100.1 1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.6.0 s
"12345678901234567890"
6) To finish up disable the factory MIB by setting the OID
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.29.0 to int 1
Example: snmpset -v2c -c public 192.168.100.1 1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.29.0 i
Now reboot your modem and all is done.
18d. Factory mode OID list for Motorola cable modems
AKA FACTORY MIB’s for Factory mode
This list is generic among Motorola cable modems
SB3100, SB4100, SB4101, SB4200, SB4220, SB5100, SB5101, SBG900 and
probably more, HOWEVER some OID's will not exist on some modems, E.g.
(cmFactoryBCMGroup oid's)
To execute code, only exist in SB5100, SB5101 and SBG900)
cmPrivateArpFilterGroup
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.2
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.2.1.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.2.2.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.2.3.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.2.4.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.2.5.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.2.6.0
cmArpFilterEnabled
cmArpFilterInterval
cmArpFilterLimit
cmArpFilterInArps
cmArpFilterOutArps
cmArpFilterInArpsThisFilter
cmConfigPrivateBaseGroup
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.3
cmConfigFreqObjectsGroup
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.3.1
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.3.1.1.0 cmConfigFreq1
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.3.1.2.0 cmConfigFreq2
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.3.1.3.0 cmConfigFreq3
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.3.1.8.0 cmFreqPlanType
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.3.1.11.0 cmUpstreamChannelId1
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.3.1.12.0 cmCarrierFrequencyOffset
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.3.1.14.0 cmSnmpHFCPort
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.3.1.15.0 cmSnmpHFCTrapPort
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.3.1.17.0 cmSnmpDisplayHtml
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.3.1.18.0 cmResetToDefaults
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.3.1.19.0 cmStandbyMode
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.3.1.20.0 cmHybridMode
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.3.1.21.0 cmUpstreamChannelId3
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.3.1.22.0 cmUpstreamPower1
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.3.1.23.0 cmUpstreamPower2
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.3.1.24.0 cmUpstreamPower3
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.3.1.25.0 cmDocsis20Capable
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.3.1.26.0 cmUpstreamChannelId2
cmPrivateFactoryGroup
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.1.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.2.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.3.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.4.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.6.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.9.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.10.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.11.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.12.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.13.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.14.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.15.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.16.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.17.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.28.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.29.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.30.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.50.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.51.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.52.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.53.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.54.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.55.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.56.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.58.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.59.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.60.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.61.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.62.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.63.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.64.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.65.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.66.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.67.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.70.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.90.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.91.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.92.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.93.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.94.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.95.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.31
cmFactoryVersion
cmFactoryDbgBootEnable
cmFactoryEnetMacAddr
cmFactoryHfcMacAddr
cmFactorySerialNumber
cmFactoryClearFreq1
cmFactoryClearFreq2
cmFactoryClearFreq3
cmFactorySetReset
cmFactoryClrConfigAndLog
cmFactoryPingIpAddr
cmFactoryPingNumPkts
cmFactoryPingNow
cmFactoryPingCount
cmFactoryCliFlag
cmFactoryDisableMib
cmFactoryUpstreamPowerCalibration1
cmFactoryBigRSAPublicKey
cmFactoryBigRSAPrivateKey
cmFactoryCMCertificate
cmFactoryManCertificate
cmFactoryRootPublicKey
cmFactoryCodeSigningTime
cmFactoryCVCValidityStartTime
cmFactoryCMManufacturerName
cmFactoryHtmlReadOnly
cmFactoryCmUsbMacAddr
cmFactoryCpeUsbMacAddr
cmFactoryCmAuxMacAddr
cmFactoryTunerId
cmFactoryHwRevision
cmFactoryUsAmpId
cmFactory80211RegDomain
cmFactoryResidentialGatewayEnable
cmFactoryFWFeatureID
cmFactorySwServer
cmFactorySwFilename
cmFactorySwDownloadNow
cmFactoryGwAppPublicKey
cmFactoryGwAppPrivateKey
cmFactoryGwAppRootPublicKey
cmFactoryDownstreamCalibrationGroup
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.31.1.0 cmFactorySuspendStartup
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.31.2.0 cmFactoryDownstreamFrequency
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.31.3.0 cmFactoryDownstreamAcquire
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.31.4.0 cmFactoryTunerAGC
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.31.5.0 cmFactoryIfAGC
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.31.6.0 cmFactoryQamLock
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.31.7.0 cmFactoryDownstreamCalibrationTableMaxSum
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.31.8.0 cmFactoryDownstreamCalibrationTableMinSum
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.31.9.0 cmFactoryTop
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.31.10.0 cmFactoryDownstreamCalibrationOffset
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.31.100 cmFactoryCalibrationEntry
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.31.100.1.1
cmFrequencyCalibrationIndex
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.31.100.1.2
cmFactoryCalibrationFrequencyData
cmFactoryBCMGroup
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.32
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.32.1.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.32.2.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.32.3.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.4.32.4.0
cmFactoryBCMCommandType
cmFactoryBCMAddressOrOpcode
cmFactoryBCMByteCount
cmFactoryBCMData
cmRegPrivateGroup
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.5
cmStatsGroup
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.9
cmStatsObjectsGroup
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.9.1
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.9.1.5.0 cmResetIfCmStatusCounters
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.9.1.6.0 cmResetCMSignalQualityCounters
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.9.1.7.0 cmQam256PowerFactorTableVersion
cmTftpConfigPrivateGroup
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6.1
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6.1.1.1
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6.1.1.2
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6.1.1.3
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6.1.1.4
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6.1.1.5
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6.1.1.6
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6.1.1.7
cmCfgBpiTimeOutGroup
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6.2
cmCfgClassId
cmCfgMaxDsRate
cmCfgMaxUsRate
cmCfgUsChannelPriority
cmCfgMinUsDataRate
cmCfgMaxUsChannelXmitBurst
cmCfgCovPrivacyEnable
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6.2.1.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6.2.2.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6.2.3.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6.2.4.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6.2.5.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6.2.6.0
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6.2.7.0
cmCfgAuthorWaitTimeOut
cmCfgReauthorWaitTimeOut
cmCfgAuthorGraceTime
cmCfgOperWaitTimeOut
cmCfgRekeyWaitTimeOut
cmCfgTekGraceTime
cmCfgAuthorRejectWaitTimeOut
cmOtherConfigGroup
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6.3
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6.3.1.0 cmCfgDsFreq
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6.3.2.0 cmCfgUsChannelId
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6.3.3.0 cmCfgNetAccessCtrl
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6.3.4.0 cmCfgSoftUpgradeFile
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6.3.5.0 cmCfgTotalSnmpWriteAccessCtrl
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6.3.6.0 cmCfgTotalSnmpMibObj
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6.3.7.0 cmCfgVendorId
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6.3.8.0 cmCfgVendorSpecific
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6.3.9.0 cmCfgModemCapabilities
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6.3.10.0 cmCfgModemIp
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6.3.11.0 cmCfgTotalEthernetMacAddrs
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6.3.12.0 cmCfgEthernetMacAddrs
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6.3.13.0 cmCfgTelcoSetting
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6.3.14.0 cmCfgSnmpIpAddr
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6.3.15.0 cmCfgMaxCpe
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6.3.16.0 cmCfgTftpServerTimeStamp
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6.3.17.0 cmCfgTftpServerProvModAddr
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6.3.18.0 cmCfgUuFlashParms
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6.3.19.0 cmCfgMulticastPromiscuous
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.6.3.20.0
cmDhcpGroup
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.10
cmDhcpObjectsGroup
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.19.10.1
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.21.1
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.21.62.1
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.21.62.2
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.21.62.3
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.21.62.4
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.21.2
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.21.62.5
1.3.6.1.4.1.1166.1.21.62.6
cmTrapObjectValueChange
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cmTrapLog
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Links
Well it looks like were at the end, I hope some of the above has helped you on your
way to cloning, whatever modem it is you’ve got. Hopefully everybody that needs to be
mentioned has been if theirs anybody I’ve left out, apologies. I’ll try to keep the tutorial
updated whenever anything new happens on the scene.
If you have a problem with the any of the above tutorials you will find any of the
following web sites a great resource of information.
www.unlocker-forums.co.uk
www.digi-city.co.uk
www.digidudez-forums.co.uk
www.hackable.co.uk
www.digitalworldz.co.uk
www.wizardmods.co.uk
www.datacave.co.uk
www.all-forums.co.uk/forum
www.surfboardhacker.net
www.fibercoax.net
www.tcniso.net
Cheers
Cableguy69