Suppose we went into the ONT TP-LINK TX-6610 web interface (standard IP 192.168.0.1, admin login, admin password) and specified transparent mode in the settings.
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Watch how this is done in my video:
To view information about the ONU / ONT, connect to Huawei SmartAX MA5683T via telnet using the putty utility or via the windows command line, for example, by typing the command:
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Configured today GPON ONT Huawei EchoLife HG8245C to OLT and it was necessary to go to its web interface to change the password on Wi-Fi, and the standard root login and password admin did not fit. I had to perform several manipulations.
Of course, to begin with, connect to any of the LAN ports, wait until the DHCP ONT is turned on, it will give out IP, such as 192.168.1.2 or set it manually.
Connect via telnet to ONT IP 192.168.1.1, enter login root and password admin.
Then type the following commands one at a time:
grep admin myconfig.xml
As a result, the last command gives information about what is happening in the web interface:
Passwords can also be written on the device label. In the settings you can change the password, in this case the user will be useradmin and the specified password.
For HG8245, the standard administrative login and password telecomadmin \ admintelecom, for users – admin/admin. For Chinese HG8245C standard – telecomadmin \ nE7jA%5m.
There may be further passwords for telecomadmin:
See also: Create profile on Huawei SmartAX MA56XX for Huawei Echolife Hg8245