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SpeedStream 5251 Konfiguration

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  1. Jay

    Jay Neuer User

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    Hallo,

    Ich habe als Modem ein SpeedStream 5251. In letzter Zeit hatte ich einige Probleme mit Verbindungsabbrüchen. Ausserdem habe ich versucht den SX541 WLAN VoIP Router von Siemens sinnvoll mit dem Modem zu verwenden.

    Dabei habe ich mir auch mal mit telnet die Konfiguration des Modems angeschaut (telnet 10.0.0.1 (std. mäßig die IP des Modems)).
    Nach einigem hin und her, habe ich mal die ganze Konfiguration des Gerätes auf die Standardwerte zurückgesetzt. Danach konnte ich mich nicht mehr einwählen. (Hatte qsc da schon was voreingestellt?!)
    Jedenfalls war ich darüber etwas frustriert. Nun habe ich einfach etwas rumprobiert (kam ja nicht ins Netz um noch was nachzuschauen). Dabei hab ich dann wohl versehentlich den MAC-Adressen Filter, den das Modem anscheinend auch hat, angestellt und komme jetzt per telnet gar nicht mehr auf das Modem. :(

    Vielleicht könnte mir jemand der das Modem auch besitzt aus der Patsche helfen, da generelle Informationen über das Gerät kaum zu finden sind.

    Ich meine mich zu erinnern, dass in der Filtertabelle standardmäßig einige mac Adressen vorhanden waren. Wenn ich diese wüsste, könnte ich die vielleicht faken und mich wieder einloggen. Es wäre also nett, wenn mal jemand schauen könnte, welche Adressen bei ihm eingestellt sind (vielleicht sind es ja überall die gleichen)

    Des weiteren wäre es supernet, wenn mir jemand eine Kopie seiner Konfiguration schicken könnte. Kann man per ftp aus der telnet Konsole sichern.


    Gruß,

    Jendrik
     
  2. nightsinger

    nightsinger Neuer User

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    Ich kann dir leider nicht helfen, kann dir aber deine erste Frage beantworten: Ja, QSC konfiguriert die Modems entsprechend, bevor sie ausgeliefert werden. Es ist meines Wissens auch nicht erlaubt die bereitgestellte Hardware zu verändern, so dass ich für dich hoffe, dass du dein Problem lösen kannst. Falls du das nicht kannst, könnte QSC dir theoretisch die Rechnung für die Rekonfiguration aufhalsen, was sie vermutlich auch tun werden.
     
  3. der_Gersthofer

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    Für ein 5851 sieht es so aus:

    === FILE SYSTEM ===
    Filesystem 0, size=825k :
    Checking filesystem...
    Checking file entries...
    KERNEL F2K ... 563097 bytes .. ok.
    ASIC AIC ... 14840 bytes .. ok.
    KEYFILE DAT ... 768 bytes .. ok.
    SYSTEM CNF ... 3328 bytes .. ok.
    ATOM DAT ... 40 bytes .. ok.
    DHCP DAT ... 1280 bytes .. ok.
    SDSL DAT ... 36 bytes .. ok.
    FILTER DAT ... 1284 bytes .. ok.
    1146 fat(s) used, 485 fat(s) free
    0 fat(s) unused, 0 fat(s) unreferenced, 0 fat(s) reserved
    586752 bytes used by files, 9728 bytes by tables, 248320 bytes free

    === SYSTEM ===
    GENERAL INFORMATION FOR
    System started on.................... 6/28/2001 at 7:12
    Authentication override.............. none
    WAN to WAN Forwarding................ yes
    Block NetBIOS Default................ no
    BOOTP/DHCP Server address............ none
    Telnet Port.......................... default (23)
    Telnet Clients....................... all
    SNMP Port............................ default (161)
    SNMP Clients......................... all
    HTTP Port............................ default (80)
    HTTP Clients......................... all
    Syslog Port.......................... default (514)
    Allowed Syslog Servers............... all
    Default Syslog Servers............... none
    System message:
    Security timer....................... 10 minutes
    One WAN Dial Up...................... no

    === ETHERNET ===
    GLOBAL BRIDGING/ROUTING SETTINGS:
    Bridging enabled..................... yes
    Exchange spanning tree with dest... yes
    Bridge only PPPoE with dest........ no
    IP Routing enabled................... no
    Multicast forwarding enabled....... no
    Firewall filter enabled ........... yes
    Directed Broadcasts Allowed........ no
    RIP Multicast address.............. default
    VRRP Multicast address............. default
    IPX Routing enabled.................. no

    ETHERNET INFORMATION FOR
    Hardware MAC address................. xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
    IP address/subnet mask............... 192.68.0.117/255.255.255.0
    Management IP address/subnet mask.... 0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0
    Static Ethernet routes defined....... none
    Virtual Ethernet routes defined...... none

    ETHERNET INFORMATION FOR
    Hardware MAC address................. xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
    IP address/subnet mask............... N/A
    Static Ethernet routes defined....... N/A
    Virtual Ethernet routes defined...... N/A
    IPX External network number.......... 00000000
    IPX Frame type....................... 802.2
    MTU.................................. default

    === DHCP ===
    BOOTP/DHCP Relay address ..... none
    bootp tftpserver ............. none
    bootp file ................... n/a

    Subnet 192.68.0.0, enabled
    When DHCP servers are active . stop
    Mask ......................... 255.255.255.0
    first ip address ............. 192.68.0.2
    last ip address .............. 192.68.0.20
    lease ........................ default
    bootp ........................ not allowed
    bootp server ................. none
    bootp file ................... n/a

    Client IP State Host Name Expires (mm/dd/yy)
    192.68.0.3 enabled Celeron 7/5/2001 7:22:10

    === REMOTE DATABASE ===
    INFORMATION FOR
    Status............................... enabled
    Protocol in use...................... RFC1483 (SNAP)
    ATM traffic shaping...................no
    Connection Identifier (VPI*VCI)...... 1*51
    IP address translation............... off
    IP filters defined................... no
    Send/Receive Multicast............... off
    Block NetBIOS Packets................ off
    Source IP address/subnet mask........ 0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0
    Remote IP address/subnet mask........ 0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0
    Management IP address/subnet mask.... 0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0
    Send IP RIP to this dest............. no
    Send IP default route if known..... no
    Receive IP RIP from this dest........ no
    Receive IP default route by RIP.... no
    Keep this IP destination private..... yes
    Total IP remote routes............... 0
    IPX network number................... 00000000
    Use IPX RIP/SAP (negotiate with PPP): yes
    Total IPX remote routes.............. 0
    Total IPX SAPs....................... 0
    Bridging enabled..................... yes
    Exchange spanning tree with dest... yes
    Bridge only PPPoE with dest........ no
    mtu.................................. 1500

    === INTERFACES ===
    Interface Speed In % Out % Protocol State Connection
    ETHERNET/0 10.0mb 0%/0% 0%/0% (Ethernet) OPENED
    SDSL/0 784kb 0%/0% 0%/0% (ATM) OFF
    ATM-VC/1 0 b (ATM) OFF
    ATM-BAUD/2 0 b (ATM) OFF
    CONSOLE/0 9600 b 1%/0% 100%/20% (TTY) OPENED

    === PPP ===

    === BRIDGING ===
    GROUP 0
    Our ID=8000+00206f0f8a5a Root ID=8000+00206f0f8a5a
    Port ETHERNET/0 00+00 FORWARDING

    BRIDGE GROUP 0:
    00206F0F8A5A: P US SD A
    0180C2000000: P A MC
    FFFFFFFFFFFF: P FLD A BC MC
    004005F00FF0: ETHERNET/0 19 FWD

    === IP ROUTES ===
    IP route / Mask --> Gateway Interface Hops Flags

    0.0.0.0 /00000000 --> 0.0.0.0 [none] 0 NW PRV
    192.68.0.0 /ffffff00 --> 0.0.0.0 BRIDGE/0 1 NW FW DIR PRM RP1 RP2
    192.68.0.117 /ffffffff --> 0.0.0.0 BRIDGE/0 0 ME
    255.255.255.255/ffffffff --> 0.0.0.0 [none] 0 NW PRM

    === IP IFS ===
    BRIDGE/0 192.68.0.117 (FFFFFF00) dest 0.0.0.0 sub 192.68.0.0
    net 192.68.0.0 (FFFFFF00) BROADCAST mtu 1500 mru 1500
    MAC address in use xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx

    === IPX ROUTES ===
    No IPX sessions are active.

    === IPX SAPS ===
    No IPX sessions are active.

    === L2TP TUNNELS ===
    L2TP is not allowed

    === IP FILTERS ===

    === END OF TECH SUPPORT DATA
    # system support

    === HISTORY ===

    End System History.

    === VERSION ===
    SpeedStream 5851 SDSL [ATM] Router (120-5851-017)
    Efficient-5000 BOOT/POST V6.1.0 (16-Nov-00 11:13)
    Software version v4.0.8 built Fri Oct 20 22:34:20 PDT 2000
    Maximum users: unlimited
    Options: SDSL, RFC1483, IP ROUTING, IP FILTERING, WEB, ~IPSEC, ~3DES, ~L2TP,
    ~ENCRYPT, BRIDGE, IPX, ~ROUTER BACKUP

    Up for 0 days 0 hours 19 minutes (started 6/28/2001 at 7:12)

    === MEMORY ===
    Amount of RAM installed.. 4096 Kbytes
    Small buffers used....... 22 (3% of 656 used)
    Large buffers used....... 80 (11% of 700 used)
    Buffer descriptors used.. 102 (6% of 1695 used)
    Number of waiters s/l.... 0/0

    Table memory allocation statistics:
    Sizes 8 16 32 64 128 256 512 1024
    Used 2 35 21 59 2 8 7 5
    Free 2 2 2 3 2 2 2 2

    Sizes 2048 4096 8192
    Used 15 7 1
    Free 1 1 0

    Total in use: 83616, total free: 1256644 (10288 + 1246356)

    === FILE SYSTEM ===
    Filesystem 0, size=825k :
    Checking filesystem...
    Checking file entries...
    KERNEL F2K ... 563097 bytes .. ok.
    ASIC AIC ... 14840 bytes .. ok.
    KEYFILE DAT ... 768 bytes .. ok.
    SYSTEM CNF ... 3328 bytes .. ok.
    ATOM DAT ... 40 bytes .. ok.
    DHCP DAT ... 1280 bytes .. ok.
    SDSL DAT ... 36 bytes .. ok.
    FILTER DAT ... 1284 bytes .. ok.
    1146 fat(s) used, 485 fat(s) free
    0 fat(s) unused, 0 fat(s) unreferenced, 0 fat(s) reserved
    586752 bytes used by files, 9728 bytes by tables, 248320 bytes free

    === SYSTEM ===
    GENERAL INFORMATION FOR
    System started on.................... 6/28/2001 at 7:12
    Authentication override.............. none
    WAN to WAN Forwarding................ yes
    Block NetBIOS Default................ no
    BOOTP/DHCP Server address............ none
    Telnet Port.......................... default (23)
    Telnet Clients....................... all
    SNMP Port............................ default (161)
    SNMP Clients......................... all
    HTTP Port............................ default (80)
    HTTP Clients......................... all
    Syslog Port.......................... default (514)
    Allowed Syslog Servers............... all
    Default Syslog Servers............... none
    System message:
    Security timer....................... 10 minutes
    One WAN Dial Up...................... no

    === ETHERNET ===
    GLOBAL BRIDGING/ROUTING SETTINGS:
    Bridging enabled..................... yes
    Exchange spanning tree with dest... yes
    Bridge only PPPoE with dest........ no
    IP Routing enabled................... no
    Multicast forwarding enabled....... no
    Firewall filter enabled ........... yes
    Directed Broadcasts Allowed........ no
    RIP Multicast address.............. default
    VRRP Multicast address............. default
    IPX Routing enabled.................. no

    ETHERNET INFORMATION FOR
    Hardware MAC address................. xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
    IP address/subnet mask............... 192.68.0.117/255.255.255.0
    Management IP address/subnet mask.... 0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0
    Static Ethernet routes defined....... none
    Virtual Ethernet routes defined...... none

    ETHERNET INFORMATION FOR
    Hardware MAC address................. xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
    IP address/subnet mask............... N/A
    Static Ethernet routes defined....... N/A
    Virtual Ethernet routes defined...... N/A
    IPX External network number.......... 00000000
    IPX Frame type....................... 802.2
    MTU.................................. default

    === DHCP ===
    BOOTP/DHCP Relay address ..... none
    bootp tftpserver ............. none
    bootp file ................... n/a

    Subnet 192.68.0.0, enabled
    When DHCP servers are active . stop
    Mask ......................... 255.255.255.0
    first ip address ............. 192.68.0.2
    last ip address .............. 192.68.0.20
    lease ........................ default
    bootp ........................ not allowed
    bootp server ................. none
    bootp file ................... n/a

    Client IP State Host Name Expires (mm/dd/yy)
    192.68.0.3 enabled Celeron 7/5/2001 7:22:10

    === REMOTE DATABASE ===
    INFORMATION FOR
    Status............................... enabled
    Protocol in use...................... RFC1483 (SNAP)
    ATM traffic shaping...................no
    Connection Identifier (VPI*VCI)...... 1*51
    IP address translation............... off
    IP filters defined................... no
    Send/Receive Multicast............... off
    Block NetBIOS Packets................ off
    Source IP address/subnet mask........ 0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0
    Remote IP address/subnet mask........ 0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0
    Management IP address/subnet mask.... 0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0
    Send IP RIP to this dest............. no
    Send IP default route if known..... no
    Receive IP RIP from this dest........ no
    Receive IP default route by RIP.... no
    Keep this IP destination private..... yes
    Total IP remote routes............... 0
    IPX network number................... 00000000
    Use IPX RIP/SAP (negotiate with PPP): yes
    Total IPX remote routes.............. 0
    Total IPX SAPs....................... 0
    Bridging enabled..................... yes
    Exchange spanning tree with dest... yes
    Bridge only PPPoE with dest........ no
    mtu.................................. 1500

    === INTERFACES ===
    Interface Speed In % Out % Protocol State Connection
    ETHERNET/0 10.0mb 0%/0% 0%/0% (Ethernet) OPENED
    SDSL/0 784kb 0%/0% 0%/0% (ATM) OFF
    ATM-VC/1 0 b (ATM) OFF
    ATM-BAUD/2 0 b (ATM) OFF
    CONSOLE/0 9600 b 0%/0% 0%/0% (TTY) OPENED

    === PPP ===

    === BRIDGING ===
    GROUP 0
    Our ID=8000+00206f0f8a5a Root ID=8000+00206f0f8a5a
    Port ETHERNET/0 00+00 FORWARDING

    BRIDGE GROUP 0:
    00206F0F8A5A: P US SD A
    0180C2000000: P A MC
    FFFFFFFFFFFF: P FLD A BC MC
    004005F00FF0: ETHERNET/0 26 FWD

    === ARP TABLE ===
    IP Addr Mac Address Interface
    192.68.0.3 xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx BRIDGE/0

    === IP ROUTES ===
    IP route / Mask --> Gateway Interface Hops Flags

    0.0.0.0 /00000000 --> 0.0.0.0 [none] 0 NW PRV
    192.68.0.0 /ffffff00 --> 0.0.0.0 BRIDGE/0 1 NW FW DIR PRM RP1 RP2
    192.68.0.117 /ffffffff --> 0.0.0.0 BRIDGE/0 0 ME
    255.255.255.255/ffffffff --> 0.0.0.0 [none] 0 NW PRM

    === IP IFS ===
    BRIDGE/0 192.68.0.117 (FFFFFF00) dest 0.0.0.0 sub 192.68.0.0
    net 192.68.0.0 (FFFFFF00) BROADCAST mtu 1500 mru 1500
    MAC address in use xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx

    === IPX ROUTES ===
    No IPX sessions are active.

    === IPX SAPS ===
    No IPX sessions are active.

    === L2TP TUNNELS ===
    L2TP is not allowed

    === IP FILTERS ===

    === END OF TECH SUPPORT DATA
    #
     
  4. ProXy@qsc

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    das SpeedStream 5251 ist auch ein reines Modem, keine konfig moeglich keit
     
  5. Jay

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    Okay. Danke für die Hilfe.