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Configure Huawei MT841 in Bridge mode[ from PPoE mode]

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    Smile Configure Huawei MT841 in Bridge mode[ from PPoE mode]

    Guys , i am using a Huawei MT841 modem currently in PPoE mode ( "Always on" )..but in this mode i am unable to use the download scripts for scheduled downloading. Hence i want to REVERT back to Bridge mode to utilize the 2 - 8 download time...so can u guys please tell me how it is done ,and also the scripts for this mode . Any help appreciated .....thanks a lot....

    P.s I did a search but couldn't find any posts telling me how to do it...

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    there has been some discussions going on in the forum that you dont need to restart your modem between 2 and 8 am , and that bsnl does that automatically..

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    there has been some discussions going on in the forum that you dont need to restart your modem between 2 and 8 am , and that bsnl does that automatically..
    Really ??? But if i don't manually restart my modem at 2:00 AM then i incur data downloads about 370 MB [ modem on from about 12:00 AM ] instead of 0 MB .. how do you explain that ???

    No answer on converting to bridge mode ?? c'mon guys ....

    thanks for your help...

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    SmartAX MT-841 (Type-III) ADSL MODEM MULTIUSER CONFIGURATION

    In step 7 do not delete PVC0 already in "Bridged" mode. 0 and 35.

    select edit
    IF new page opens check "Bridged" button.
    or
    Save reboot wait for 2 minutes.
    use dialer to connect.
    enter your user Id and password.

    Just to be on save side , go to maintenance
    and SAVE present settings to say C:/MY Documents/MT841 PPP/PPPoE

    Feedback.

    REF:CONFIGURATION

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    Use this to reboot in PPPoE mode

    http://imran-utilities.synthasite.com/

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    @ essbebe
    Thanks a MILLION essbebe worked like a charm .......

    @dilip -- imrans utility not working ...
    error : " failed to reboot modem "

    rasdial dataone /disconnect --> working correctly .modem disconnected

    but...

    rasdial dataone <username> <password> --> not working...
    whats wrong with this command ??


    thanks for your help.... appreciate it...
    Last edited by hucha; 5th August 2009 at 10:49 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    Welcome

    This should work.

    rasdial [connection name] [user name] [password]

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    @ dilip

    This should work.

    rasdial [connection name] [user name] [password]
    Nope..not working ..

    Error Code at command prompt : :

    " Remote Access error 623 - The system could not find the phone book entry for this connection.

    For more help on this error:
    Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
    In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 623 "


    I double checked the connection name , username and password everything's fine .....what might be the problem ???

    ... Thanks .....

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