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Can i Use My Friends Username and Password for bsnl broadband......??

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    Exclamation Can i Use My Friends Username and Password for bsnl broadband......??

    Hey Guys,
    Iam Using h500 plan
    And My Frd Has UL1350+ plan..
    Can I Use His Plan......?
    By Entering his username and password...??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaurav Rao View Post
    Hey Guys,
    Iam Using h500 plan
    And My Frd Has UL1350+ plan..
    Can I Use His Plan......?
    By Entering his username and password...??
    No. It wont work even if you try. Your ID is port binded with your number. It can be used only from your line.

    It is still worth to try it.

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    If port binding is implemented in your area then it wont work... otherwise it will/should work like a charm unless your friend is not using at the same time

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    You can't able to access others account because your port is binded,if it's not then also it's illegal.BSNL can disconnect your connection for accessing others account.

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    but my friend logged in with my user name and password
    the download done by him was also charged in my account..

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunray View Post
    but my friend logged in with my user name and password
    the download done by him was also charged in my account..
    It happens when your ID is not port binded. There are singular cases. Especially when your IP starts with 59.xx.xx.xx

    To check your IP, check here

    What Is My IP Address? - Lookup IP, Hide IP, Change IP, Trace IP and more...

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    Port binding is not implemented at all places. With some of the old exchanges, port binding is not possible.

    As a rule of the thumb:

    - if your BSNL IP begins with 117, then it is likely that your port is bound to telephone number
    - if your BSNL IP begins with 59, then your port is not bound to telephone number

    (note that this is only a broad supposition, not necessarily true always)
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    There is nothing like that ip's with 117.xx.xx.xx are port binded and ip's with 59.xx.xx.xx are not port binded, first of all your exchange should support port binding, if it supports then basically bsnl will get it port binded sometimes they wont do port binding since its bsnl.

    Quote Originally Posted by sunray View Post
    but my friend logged in with my user name and password the download done by him was also charged in my account..
    A broadband User ID is activated on a particular Telephone no, so if you use it on other line/telephone no the usage will be billed on the telephone no on which it has been activated.
    Last edited by deepmohan; 23rd August 2009 at 09:34 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
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    its impossible 2 use, but if u are lucky enough to use then also BSNL will fine u, there is some one on this forum who is fined 3000 for using another persons broadband

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    Quote Originally Posted by deepmohan View Post
    There is nothing like that ip's with 117.xx.xx.xx are port binded and ip's with 59.xx.xx.xx are not port binded, first of all your exchange should support port binding, if it supports then basically bsnl will get it port binded sometimes they wont do port binding since its bsnl.



    A broadband User ID is activated on a particular Telephone no, so if you use it on other line/telephone no the usage will be billed on the telephone no on which it has been activated.
    Very true in essence.

    But it so happens that the exchanges that have implemented port-binding have moved to the new DHCP server that results in 117.*.*.* IP addresses.

    Hence the supposition.
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    In home UL 1350 plan it is Su so you cant use it, if it is business 3300 or above plan then it Mu and we can use it .if it is not port binded.
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