1. #1
    Silver Member
    totallyfandu's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2008
    Posts
    395

    Default How to change password and check Usage in BSNL BB in both i.e. P2.2 and P3

    There are two different system one is P2.2 that is old one and other one is P3 i.e Multiply system.

    check account usage is totally different in both system

    go to

    http://10.240.43.216/webLogin.jsp

    type ur user name and password

    login, and click service records.Check usage for particular Month

    u Know we r having two username for P2.2

    One for connecting to internet and other for checking usage and password is same

    for MULTIPLY system

    In this also we are having two different username i.e. one is service user i.d. for connecting to internet and other is portal i.d. for usage check.

    For checking usage and password change for both portal and service user i.d.

    go to data.bsnl.in

    write ur portal i.d and password

    Go In profile section if you want to change ur portal password

    If you want to change ur service user i.d password

    Go in my services and change ur service user password


    If u find it helpful then reply.

    Sometime it is neccessary to run before u walk
    Last edited by totallyfandu; 23rd January 2009 at 12:46 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

  2. #2
    Amor vincit omnia

    Join Date
    Dec 2007
    Posts
    3,143

    Default

    Care to mention the full forms of P2.2 and P3? Also isnt it multiplay? Or did they rename it to multiply?

  3. #3
    Silver Member
    totallyfandu's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2008
    Posts
    395

    Default

    there are two different system one is normal broadband in this u can do only broadband and other one is multiply broadband in which u can have many services i.e. u can watch movies on demand ,ip tv,ip phone and many other facilities

    so the first system is p2.2 = Normal broadband

    P3= Multiplay broadband i.e. many services on one single copper pair like cable tv ,ip phone and many more

    and it is started in many metro cities

  4. #4
    Platinum Member
    amitkool21's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2008
    Posts
    1,375

    Default

    i guess both the systems are based on two ip types.....

    1. 5x.xx.xx.xx ip series = p2.2
    2. 117.xx.xx.xx ip series = p3

    we can check our detalis on these sites for both the services.

    here you can check ur IP address

    for p2.2 connection

    http://sancharnet.in/dataoneredirect.htm
    http://10.240.64.195
    http://10.240.89.199
    http://10.240.128.195
    http://10.240.16.195
    http://10.240.144.195

    for p3 connection.......

    http://bbservice.bsnl.in
    http://data.bsnl.in

    in the p3 connections details u need ur portal id and password to view the details..........

  5. #5
    Amor vincit omnia

    Join Date
    Dec 2007
    Posts
    3,143

    Default

    I am very well aware of the 59.xx.xx.xx and 117.xx.xx.xx addressing schemes of BSNL. Sigh !! Just wanted to know more about BSNL's naming conventions...

  6. #6
    Silver Member
    totallyfandu's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2008
    Posts
    395

    Default

    There are three naming scheme they are as follow

    1. P2-- dial up and sancharnet card using phone line

    2.p2.2--dataone only for data transmission i.e only for bb purpose

    3. P3---for multiply services like bb,ip tv,ip phone ,movie on demand etc

  7. #7
    Amor vincit omnia

    Join Date
    Dec 2007
    Posts
    3,143

    Default

    ^^ Thats reassuring for starters. Any ideas about 2.2 and 3 merging? I am an old subscriber who sync with the exchange at 2048kbps. Do they have any plans of upgrading the infrastructure of 2.2 users? Meaning do they have any intention of bringing multiplay for 2.2 subscribers? Or we have to move to 3 just to enjoy multiplay services? (just like its being done today)

  8. #8
    Silver Member
    totallyfandu's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2008
    Posts
    395

    Default

    nO THEY CANT UPGRADE THIER SYSTEM U HAVE TO MOVE FROM P2.2 TO P3 AND IT IS NOT DIFFICULT . IN UR AREA IF UR HAVING P3 SYSTEM THAN U CAN CHANGE FROM P2 TO P3 BY GIVING APPLICATION AND IT IS ONLY USEFUL ONLY WHEN MULTIPLY SERVICES STARTED IN UR AREA.

  9. #9
    Guardian Angel
    just4kix's Avatar
    Join Date
    Dec 2007
    Posts
    11,623

    Default

    As soon as multiplay services are launched in a particular district telecom circle, the infrastructure will be automatically upgraded.

    That said, however, I do not understand the purpose of this thread. Is the intention to inform people how to change their BB and Portal password? If yes, then there are plenty of threads on the same topic.

    Also, since new connections (where BSNL IP starts from 117.x.x.x), there is really no dire need to change the password because these connections are port bound. That said however, it is better to change passwords and make it a habbit anyway.

    As soon as multiplay services are launched in a particular district telecom circle, the infrastructure will be automatically upgraded.

    That said, however, I do not understand the purpose of this thread. Is the intention to inform people how to change their BB and Portal password? If yes, then there are plenty of threads on the same topic.

    Also, since new connections (where BSNL IP starts from 117.x.x.x), there is really no dire need to change the password because these connections are port bound. That said however, it is better to change passwords and make it a habbit anyway.
    Last edited by just4kix; 25th January 2009 at 08:23 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
    *** Never argue with an idiot. ***

    All my useful articles and Guides | My DVDs | My Blu-Rays | My Blogs
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

  10. #10
    Silver Member
    totallyfandu's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2008
    Posts
    395

    Default

    This two system are totally different in many area first they install p2.2 and after that they install p3 .since they are unable to upgrade p2.2 so they install new system for new services.

  11. #11
    Guardian Angel
    just4kix's Avatar
    Join Date
    Dec 2007
    Posts
    11,623

    Default

    Whenever multiplay services are launched in the district telecom circle, the infrastructure will be (will have to be) upgraded automatically.

    But what is the purpose of this thread? If it is to inform users on how to change password, there are plenty of article on the same.

    I feel that member totallyfandu is a BSNL employee looking at his posts. He has been replecating all the content from BSNL website here.

    Whenever multiplay services are launched in the district telecom circle, the infrastructure will be (will have to be) upgraded automatically.

    But what is the purpose of this thread? If it is to inform users on how to change password, there are plenty of article on the same.

    I feel that member totallyfandu is a BSNL employee looking at his posts. He has been replecating all the content from BSNL website here.
    Last edited by just4kix; 25th January 2009 at 08:27 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
    *** Never argue with an idiot. ***

    All my useful articles and Guides | My DVDs | My Blu-Rays | My Blogs
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

  12. #12
    Amor vincit omnia

    Join Date
    Dec 2007
    Posts
    3,143

    Default

    But currently BSNL uses both multiplay and singleplay on the same exchange. In here all the exchanges have been upgraded to multiplay, but still the older users are still on the singleplay system. When queries last year, they said BSNL will soon be merging both the networks to form a single network. Hence i was curious.

    Sorry for carrying the thread offtopic..

  13. #13
    Guardian Angel
    just4kix's Avatar
    Join Date
    Dec 2007
    Posts
    11,623

    Default

    Whenever multiplay services are launched in the district telecom circle, the infrastructure will be (will have to be) upgraded automatically.

    But what is the purpose of this thread? If it is to inform users on how to change password, there are plenty of article on the same.

    I feel that member totallyfandu is a BSNL employee looking at his posts. He has been replicating all the content from BSNL website here.
    *** Never argue with an idiot. ***

    All my useful articles and Guides | My DVDs | My Blu-Rays | My Blogs
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

  14. #14
    Amor vincit omnia

    Join Date
    Dec 2007
    Posts
    3,143

    Default

    But currently BSNL uses both multiplay and singleplay on the same exchange. In here all the exchanges have been upgraded to multiplay, but still the older users are still on the singleplay system. When queried last year, they said BSNL will soon be merging both the networks to form a single network. Hence i was curious.

    Sorry for carrying the thread offtopic..

  15. #15
    Guardian Angel
    just4kix's Avatar
    Join Date
    Dec 2007
    Posts
    11,623

    Default

    Sorry for some duplicate posts. I am getting SQL errors.

  16. #16
    Silver Member
    totallyfandu's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2008
    Posts
    395

    Default

    YES IT WILL HAPPEN SOON AND EVERY THING IS CDR BASE AND CAN BE HANDLED FROM ONE LOCATION

    Sorry for carrying the thread offtopic..

  17. #17
    Gold Member

    Join Date
    Apr 2007
    Posts
    763

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by just4kix View Post
    As soon as multiplay services are launched in a particular district telecom circle, the infrastructure will be automatically upgraded.

    .
    This didn't happen in my area.
    I was given IPTV connection on a OLD line and my connection wasn't migrated to p3.

    Then i asked, they said sir chal hai

    whereas,
    i had numerous problem with the service like freezing video and dropping frames. so i terminated the service on 5th day itself.

  18. #18
    Amor vincit omnia

    Join Date
    Dec 2007
    Posts
    3,143

    Default

    Did u notice the downstream SNR and upstream SNR when they enabled IPTV on your telephone line? Was it 6mbps or 8mbps downstream?

  19. #19
    Silver Member
    totallyfandu's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2008
    Posts
    395

    Default

    the purpose of this thread is to inform users how to change password and check usage

  20. #20
    Gold Member

    Join Date
    Apr 2007
    Posts
    763

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by cool_techie_tvm View Post
    Did u notice the downstream SNR and upstream SNR when they enabled IPTV on your telephone line? Was it 6mbps or 8mbps downstream?
    It was 6mbps downstream and 254kbps upstream.the installation guy old IPTV is on MPEG-4, so it needs around 3.5mbps bandwidth but leaving some margin he told we would make it 4mbps and 2mbps is for broadband.

    SNR for downstream had dipped from 25 to 11

  21. #21
    Silver Member
    totallyfandu's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2008
    Posts
    395

    Default

    if u want to know about ip tv i will give u complete tutorial on that

  22. #22
    Junior Member

    Join Date
    Feb 2009
    Posts
    5

    Default

    Hello, 16th Feb, 2009, 9.15 PM

    Sub : Pwd Change not possible in P2(.2) Network ?

    I would like to refer to Posting No 7 by cool_techie_tvm, and Posting No 6 by totallyfandu.

    I am also an “Old BSNL Broadband Customer”, and hence am suffering from the effects of the P2(.2) Network.

    About 2 weeks back, I tried to change my Password :
    I followed :
    dataone.in -> “Dataone Account Administration” at the bottom -> 10.240.48.195/webLogin.jsp
    First, I logged in with my Old Pwd ; then, I clicked on the “Change Password” link, gave the Old Pwd, and the New Pwd twice, and clicked OK. Then nothing happens ! – even if you wait for 30 mins.

    Assuming that it might have changed my Pwd (even though I did not get any Pwd Change Confirmed Msg), I logged out, and tried logging in with the new Pwd. As expected, the new Pwd does NOT work. The Old Pwd works.
    I have tried this same sequence with so many BSNL HelpDesk personnel, all in vain.

    Q1 : I would like to know if other “Old BSNL Broadband Customers” like say, cool_techie_tvm, are also facing the same problem ??

    After so many discussions with the BSNL staff, they gave me an other Modem piece (same Model No : UT300R2U, but with different size and look and different GUI).

    I tried configuring this new Modem in place of the Older one, but have been unsuccessful so far – in connecting to the Internet when using this 2nd new Modem.

    Is it because this 2nd Modem has a different MAC Address ?? I doubt, but …
    I have used the same Uid and the Old Pwd ;
    In Adv Setup -> LAN Setup, I have set : IP Addr = 192.168.1.1 ; Subnet Mask = 255.255.255.0
    Enable DHCP Server -> Start = 192.168.1.3 to End = 192.168.1.254 (My PC’s LAN is configured as 192.168.1.100)
    The Final Dev Info has : Def G/w = 59.92.128.1 ; DNS = 61.1.96.69 and 61.1.96.71

    Q2 : What else needs to be done to make the 2nd Modem work ? Is any setting wrong ?

    Q3 : Do I need to connect the ADSL Modem to the PC via the USB Port to allow the PC to “find a new H/w”

    Q4 : Do I need to make a New Network Connection – with the same User Id and (Old) Pwd ?

    Thanks in advance to whoever can guide me correctly with crisp solutions – solutions to enable me to :
    a) Change the Pwd
    b) connect to the Internet using the 2nd new Modem

    Rgds

    PS 1 / Q5 : One Help Desk person even suggested that I try to open the Modem link 192.168.1.1 and change the pwd in that link too while it hangs when I press the OK button after giving the new Pwd in the link : 10.240.48.195/webLogin.jsp - that I described above. Together with her, I have tried that too, but all in vain so far.

    PS 2 : In my numerous discussions with these lazy Govt staff, I have realized that they are not willing to change my Connection from P2(.2) to P3 (they call it MP here) network – unless you have some pull ; this inspite of the fact that among themselves they seem to concur (without any authentic proof of having tested it out) that Pwd Change is not possible in P2 Net ! So much for Old loyal Customers. I am loyal only because we don’t have Airtel Broadband or other alternative choices in our area !

  23. #23
    Amor vincit omnia

    Join Date
    Dec 2007
    Posts
    3,143

    Default

    I will try to answer the queries.

    Which browser did u use to change the password in the portal? Make sure that u do the same using Internet Explorer only. I too have faced difficulties in changing the password while using alternative browsers like Firefox.

    The modem configuration is independent of the MAC address. MAC address binding is done only for cable internet. Looking at the
    IP Addr = 192.168.1.1 ; Subnet Mask = 255.255.255.0
    Enable DHCP Server -> Start = 192.168.1.3 to End = 192.168.1.254 (My PC’s LAN is configured as 192.168.1.100)
    The Final Dev Info has : Def G/w = 59.92.128.1 ; DNS = 61.1.96.69 and 61.1.96.71
    part, it seems that u are using pppoe mode to get connected. Have u tried switching to bridged mode and setting up the connection. If u want to continue using the connection in pppoe mode, have u set the DNS address appropriately in the lan card TCP/IP properties?

    Actually even the default gateway address is being listed in your modem (Def G/w = 59.92.128.1). That means that u are connected with BSNL network, but it seems that u cannot browse. Like mentioned earlier change the DNS settings in the lan card TCP/IP properties.

    Making the PC *realize* the USB modem is real easy. Firstly do not connect the modem to the PC using the USB cable. Just start the driver installation wizard and in between the installation, u will be asked to connect the cable. Connect the USB cable to the PC then only. The modem will be properly installed.

    Since u are already connected using pppoe mode, there is no need to create another new connection. Concentrate on one mode at a time, either pppoe or bridged mode. In pppoe the username/password is saved in the modem and the modem automatically establishes the connection once it is switched on. In bridged mode, u need to manually dial out the connection.

    Hope this helps, please revert back if any questions passes through your mind..

  24. #24
    Junior Member

    Join Date
    Feb 2009
    Posts
    5

    Default

    17th Feb, 2009 ; 10.15 AM
    Thanks "cool_techie_tvm" for yr msg No 23 in response to my msg no 22.

    a) I am using IE Ver 7.0.5730.11 and I have a genuine Windows XP Prof.

    b) Yes, I am on PPPoE mode - even in my current (ie, Old) Modem, and I would like to stick to it. I don't want to manually dial out etc ...

    c) Yes, the LAN Props also have :
    IP = 192.168.1.100
    G/w = 192.168.1.1
    DNS = 61.1.96.69 and 61.1.96.71 ie, same.

    d) I don't remember to have ever connected the 4 yrs' old Modem to the PC ie, I have most probably never entered into "S/w Installation" procedure.
    So, why try it now with the new Modem too ?
    By the way (BTW), why / when do we need to install the Modem into the PC ie, in yr notation, make the PC realize the Modem ? What is the purpose ?

    So, all my answers seem to suggest that everything is in order in what I have so far done, and yet :
    i) I cannot change the Pwd - BTW, if you (and any other Old BSNL Customer) too are in P2.2 Net, have you tried changing yr Pwd ?
    ii) I cannot browse with the new Modem.
    My Q2 remains unresolved.

    So, we are back to square zero !

    In addition to replies from "cool_techie_tvm", I would welcome more technical replies from other members too.

    What is the Standard Procedure for a written request for a change from P2.2 to P3 ? To whom should we address this request letter ? Is there any Std Form for this ?
    Or, do I have to disconnect, and make a fresh request for a new connection ! ?

    Thanks in advance (TIA).

    *************

    This is wrt "Gary4gar"'s posting no 17 dt 25-01-2009, 06:08 PM.

    I) I am worried that these ill-educated BSNL Staff may not worry about QOS etc even if they indeed ever change my conn to P3 ?? !

    II) "Gary4gar", I would like to know more about this IPTV Service. Pl give me some examples of weblinks where this service would be useful to watch Videos.
    For eg, is IPTV expected to be better (in resolution ? or in speed of transfer ??) for watching Webinars, UTube Videos etc ? Will it be faster - Is it faster because they use a better Compression Method etc ?

    TIA

  25. #25
    Amor vincit omnia

    Join Date
    Dec 2007
    Posts
    3,143

    Default

    The software installation is required only when u connect the modem to the PC through USB interface. That reminds me, if u are connecting through USB please try setting the Default Gateway to 192.168.1.2.

    I havent tried changing the password, but will try it now and will update the thread.

    U wont be shifted from the old network to the new network unless some cause is specified. U can apply for IPTV services of BSNL, and then they will shift u to the new P3 network as the older P2.2 is incompatible for such purposes. They will be forced to do so. No one to disconnect the existing connection. Just try this procedure and revert back with their reply.

  26. #26
    Junior Member

    Join Date
    Feb 2009
    Posts
    5

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by cool_techie_tvm View Post
    I havent tried changing the password, but will try it now and will update the thread.
    Eagerly waiting for the result of yr Pwd Change effort. Were you able to change the pwd (in the recent 2-3 days) - to a pwd different from what they gave you as their "Standard Reset Pwd" ?

    Thanks for 192.168.1.2 with USB, and the suggestion to apply for IPTV.

    But, any reason, why I am not able to browse with the new Modem ??

    ...

  27. #27
    Amor vincit omnia

    Join Date
    Dec 2007
    Posts
    3,143

    Default

    Just tried it now. Am getting an invalid certificate error in IE 7.

  28. #28
    Junior Member

    Join Date
    Feb 2009
    Posts
    5

    Default

    @ 23rd Feb, 2009

    “cool_techie_tvm” and others,

    For the past 4 days, our phone lines were down, and hence the delay.

    I wish to clarify / correct / qualify my earlier stmt wrt being unable to browse the Internet with the new Modem.

    Quote Originally Posted by ADSL Modem View Post
    Q2 : What else needs to be done to make the 2nd Modem work ? Is any setting wrong ?
    There are 2 modes of Internet connections at my place – one is the Direct connection from PC to the BSNL’s ADSL Router, and another is via the Netgear’s W/lees Router ie, Internet Connection Pt -> ADSL Router -> W/less Router -> PC.

    When I said that Internet connection was not possible while using the 2nd Modem, it was when using the via W/less path, and that too when the DNS Server Addr was kept “floating” ie, on “Auto-Assign”.

    When using the Direct Internet Connection Pt -> ADSL Router -> PC path, it is possible to connect to the Net with both floating DNS as well as “fixed” DNS Addrs.

    When using the via W/less path ie, Internet Connection Pt -> ADSL Router -> W/less Router -> PC path, it is still possible to connect to the Net, but only when you “fix” the DNS Addrs to 61.1.96.69 & 61.1.96.71 ie, the same as is configured in the W/less Router.

    *************

    However, the Pwd problem still persists, irrespective of the Modem used ie, I am still not able to change my Pwd in :
    dataone.in/ -> “Dataone Account Administration” at the bottom -> 10.240.48.195/webLogin.jsp

    It still simply hangs when you click on OK after supplying the Old and the New Pwds – even in the Direct Internet Connection Pt -> ADSL Router -> PC mode (ie, even without via the W/less Router).

    Even as it hangs as above, I have tried parallelly changing the Pwd in the ADSL Page also ie, in 192.168.1.1 (Direct Internet Connection Pt -> ADSL Router -> PC mode), but Internet connection itself gets lost if you change the Pwd to anything other than the Original Pwd given by BSNL at the installation stage 4 yrs back.

    So, all this seems to confirm the “general loose impression” that I could infer from the informal discs with BSNL staff that they ALL too know that of late, Pwd change is not possible in P2.2 networks ? – perhaps they have made some S/W corrections, and forgot to do Regression Tests ! ?

    That is why, I would like to request more P2.2 Network members to try changing their pwds, and let us know if they were successful or not.
    TIA for this.

    PS : Observation :
    When the DNS is fixed at 61.1.96.69 & 61.1.96.71, the Def G/w is seen as : 59.x.y.z for eg, 59.92.160.1

    When the DNS is kept floating ie, “Auto-Assign”, the DNS is auto-taken as : 218.248.240.181 and 218.248.255.177, and the Def G/w is seen as : 59.96.200.1
    In this floating DNS mode, only the Direct Internet Connection Pt -> ADSL Router -> PC mode works, NOT the via-W/less Router : Internet Connection Pt -> ADSL Router -> W/less Router -> PC path.

    Rgds

    Can “cool_techie_tvm” and other members now give their comments - after the above qualifying clarifications - on why I am not able to change the pwd ?
    TIA

    Quote Originally Posted by cool_techie_tvm View Post
    Just tried it now. Am getting an invalid certificate error in IE 7.
    Oh, this is another vagary here !, but I didn't get this error - so far.

    ??

  29. #29
    Amor vincit omnia

    Join Date
    Dec 2007
    Posts
    3,143

    Default

    I had contacted the internet exchange and expressed my concerns over unable to change the password. But they said that the portal is working fine and that i need not worry about misuse because all the accounts are port bound.

  30. #30
    Junior Member

    Join Date
    Feb 2009
    Posts
    5

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by cool_techie_tvm View Post
    I had contacted the internet exchange and expressed my concerns over unable to change the password. But they said that the portal is working fine and that i need not worry about misuse because all the accounts are port bound.
    So, finally, it turns out that you too, and probably ALL P2.2 Net members cannot change their Pwd ! ?

    If true, it is really pathetic that the Govt staff is so technically inefficient.
    It is similar to what one lazy inefficient, unskilled, ill-educated Govt staff from BSNL asked : "Why do you need to change the pwd ?"

    ****************

    But "cool_techie_tvm", and other P2.2 members,

    How can we accept this reasoning that "the portal is working fine ... "

    If you know some one higher up in the BSNL (Govt Depts work only if / where you know someone), can you request them to do something, or else ask them to make the transition to P3 Net easier atleast for those who express such a desire ?
    If you succeed in convincing them, pl let us know the format / template of such a request letter / form. TIA.

    BTW, which person / tel no / dept / place did you contact in the "the internet exchange" ?

    Does anyone know the tel no of the Tech Dept at "NIB" in Bangalore (probably their HQ in Ulsoor ?) ?

    Rgds
    ...

  31. #31
    Platinum Member

    Join Date
    Feb 2008
    Posts
    2,765

    Default

    its indeed a pain to change the password.. a friend of mine had done that , and he had no connectivity for 3 weeks after which bsnl resetted his password!!

Similar Threads

  1. Plan change/usage check
    By anirudhpanwar in forum BSNL broadband
    Replies: 18
    Last Post: 27th December 2012, 09:25 PM
  2. Replies: 1
    Last Post: 7th July 2012, 08:44 PM
  3. (Urgent) Unable to check Check BSNL Broadband Usage
    By stonecaper in forum BSNL broadband
    Replies: 1
    Last Post: 18th April 2012, 12:00 PM
  4. Replies: 12
    Last Post: 1st April 2008, 08:49 PM
  5. password change and usage check
    By tkraju in forum BSNL broadband
    Replies: 7
    Last Post: 19th February 2008, 11:15 AM

Posting Permissions

Log in

Log in
BSNL Broadband Forum Airtel Broadband Forum Reliance Broadband Forum Tikona Broadband Forum MTNL Broadband Forum Tata Broadband Forum
BSNL 3G Forum MTNL 3G Forum Idea 3G Forum Airtel 3G Forum Reliance 3G Forum Vodafone 3G Forum
Airtel Mobile Forum Reliance Mobile Forum BSNL Mobile Forum Idea Mobile Forum Vodafone Mobile Forum Aircel Mobile Forum
Tata Sky Forum Dish TV Forum Reliance DTH Forum Videocon DTH Forum Airtel DTH Forum SUN DTH Forum