www.hardwarezone.com.sg


www.hardwarezone.com.sg (/)
-   Internet Bandwidth & Networking Clinic (https://forums.hardwarezone.com.sg/internet-bandwidth-networking-clinic-4/)
-   -   Singtel HG8244H change to Bridge Mode (https://forums.hardwarezone.com.sg/internet-bandwidth-networking-clinic-4/singtel-hg8244h-change-bridge-mode-6078764.html)

alwaysbadboy 15-07-2019 12:53 PM

Singtel HG8244H change to Bridge Mode
 
There are two software versions based on my findings.

1: Software version: V3R017C00S100
for this one, You may follow below post
https://medium.com/@lff0305/how-to-s...e-20ca417380fe

2: Software version: V3R018C00S100
for this one, the vendor removed "WAN Configuration" and add in "Mode switching" under the Maintenance tab.
Connect your laptop directly to Singtel ONR and manually set your IP address to 192.168.1.200/24
Browse to 192.168.1.254.

Username: support
Pwd:admintelecom

1: Enable DHCP relay under LAN configuration
2: Advance Configuration -> Maintenance -> Mode switching ->Bridge

The device will auto-restart once the Apply button pressed.

Connect your ASUS router WAN to ONR LAN port
During the setup wizard, please choose "special requirement from ISP"
Then choose "Singtel-MIO" regardless of your plan ie you didn't sign up for MIO TV

Okay, all done, now your ASUS router act as the main router, DDNS, and port forwarding run as per normal.

BTW
You will need a VLAN 10 for WAN port in order to get DHCP works on 3rd party router if they don't have a built-in function like Asus.
VLAN 20 for Mio-TV
VLAN 30 for Voice

enjoy ~~~~

uncle_josh 15-07-2019 12:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by alwaysbadboy (Post 121748222)
There are two software version based on my findings.

1: Software version :V3R017C00S100
for this one, You may follow below post
https://medium.com/@lff0305/how-to-s...e-20ca417380fe

2: Software version :V3R018C00S100
for this one, vendor removed "WAN Configuration" and add in "Mode switching" under Maintenance tab.
Connect your laptop directly to Singtel ONR and manually set your IP address to 192.168.1.200/24
Browse to 192.168.1.254.

Username: support
Pwd:telecomeadmin

1: Enable DHCP relay under LAN configuration
2: Advance Configuration -> Maintenance -> Mode switching ->Bridge

Device will auto restart once Apply button pressed.

Connect your ASUS router WAN to ONR LAN port
During setup wizard, please choose "special requirement from ISP"
Then choose "Singtel-MIO" regardless of your plan ie you didn't sign up for MIO TV

Okay, all done, now your ASUS router act as main router, DDNS and port forwarding run as per normal.

BTW
any one knows the detail of "special requirement from ISP“ ? i m still trying to put my ROS into service.

enjoy ~~~~

Wow, good information

Sent from 今天工作不努力, 明天努力找工作 using GAGT

menghan 25-07-2019 06:48 PM

Hi alwaysbadboy

I tried on my singtel onr of the second version, and found the user/pass you provided can't login in.
I even tried "support:telecomadmin" which remove a 'e', still can't.

alwaysbadboy 26-07-2019 09:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by menghan (Post 121917754)
Hi alwaysbadboy

I tried on my singtel onr of the second version, and found the user/pass you provided can't login in.
I even tried "support:telecomadmin" which remove a 'e', still can't.

sorry. it should telecoadmin

HMAN 03-08-2019 03:01 PM

Good INFO, this come in handy , my Singtel fibre 3 years free service is ending soon.
Wonder can I keep to current Singtel ONT .

too lazy to touch my current setup with Google WiFi mesh that I used vlan setup to bypass the crappy Singtel provided Aztec router.

The ONR will mess up with current setup


Sent from Google PIXEL C using GAGT

weikiat84 03-08-2019 09:47 PM

cant log in .. guess singtel had changed user or password

ccloh 03-08-2019 11:31 PM

if i'm not wrong, once you login to change it from ONR to ONT you could never login back again unless you do a hard reset and revert it back to ONR.

i having a ONR too but i don't find any issue connecting it to any third party router. by doing so i would be doing a double NAT network that all which doesn't really bother me. place the ONR near smart TV, TV box or game console I can connect to the internet and for reset of the devices like pc, laptop, smartphone, etc i just access it via the 3rd party router. the only thing knowing the superuser id+password is to login to the router and set the DNS to using public DNS server rather than singtel default.

the superuser id+password is factory default for Huawei equipment and doubt singtel can change it as there isn't any option inside to allow you to change it. the only option that one can change the userid and password is for the user level which singtel provides when they came to install.

laughmyassout 12-08-2019 06:42 PM

username : support
password : admintelecom

tested on V3R018C00S100

alwaysbadboy 17-08-2019 01:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by laughmyassout (Post 122207100)
username : support
password : admintelecom

tested on V3R018C00S100

thanks, i updated my post.

Downloader 28-08-2019 11:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by laughmyassout (Post 122207100)
username : support
password : admintelecom

tested on V3R018C00S100

Is this superadmin?

My ONR is also the same firmware and now I can login.

However, I'm wondering why mode switching is showing routing mode when I was told it's bridge mode.

My setup (simplified, will provide more details if needed):
  • ONR port 1 (supposedly bridge) > Asus router (gets public ip)
  • ONR port 2 to 4 (only IPTV, no internet) > 3 x set tops

Anyone can advise what kind of setup is this and anyway to get internet also on port 2 to 4 so that Ch 404 Netflix on set top could work while the rest remain the same?

beng07 30-08-2019 11:01 PM

Does anyone know the latest password? It didn't work to my one.

cstanhwz 31-08-2019 09:21 PM

Just had my Huawei and AC plus installed today and tried below. Did not chect the FW version.

Step 2 I straight away go to change mode switch to bridge then apply. The Huawei restarts. After that I was presented with the login screen of the Huawei again but did not log in.

After some time, the page changed to the AC plus page. I assume the AC plus will detect the Huawei is in bridge mode and change itself to router mode. Cannot surf so I restart the AC plus. Still cannot surf after it had booted up.

Should the AC plus auto detect if the Huawei is in bridge or router mode and auto configure itself?

Username: support
Pwd:admintelecom

1: Enable DHCP relay under LAN configuration
2: Advance Configuration -> Maintenance??? -> Mode switching ->Bridge

ccloh 01-09-2019 01:45 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by cstanhwz (Post 122531601)
Just had my Huawei and AC plus installed today and tried below. Did not chect the FW version.

Step 2 I straight away go to change mode switch to bridge then apply. The Huawei restarts. After that I was presented with the login screen of the Huawei again but did not log in.

After some time, the page changed to the AC plus page. I assume the AC plus will detect the Huawei is in bridge mode and change itself to router mode. Cannot surf so I restart the AC plus. Still cannot surf after it had booted up.

Should the AC plus auto detect if the Huawei is in bridge or router mode and auto configure itself?

Username: support
Pwd:admintelecom

1: Enable DHCP relay under LAN configuration
2: Advance Configuration -> Maintenance??? -> Mode switching ->Bridge

AC Plus is a router but its router features are all disabled and it works as an AP. that is why when you change the ONR to ONT you can't get internet. for those who changed the ONR to ONT are because they want to use 3rd party router. for your case, either you get a 3rd part router or you just have to change back to ONR if you want to use AC Plus

cstanhwz 01-09-2019 07:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ccloh (Post 122535673)
AC Plus is a router but its router features are all disabled and it works as an AP. that is why when you change the ONR to ONT you can't get internet. for those who changed the ONR to ONT are because they want to use 3rd party router. for your case, either you get a 3rd part router or you just have to change back to ONR if you want to use AC Plus

OK, noted. Was hoping that it would not auto detect the ONR has changed to ONT. Since it is AP mode only, the Huawei should be in bridge mode now.

Will try with my 3rd party wireless router next week when I go over again.

Hope it works once select Singtel for the VLan.

Thanks.

beng07 02-09-2019 11:53 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by cstanhwz (Post 122547420)
OK, noted. Was hoping that it would not auto detect the ONR has changed to ONT. Since it is AP mode only, the Huawei should be in bridge mode now.

Will try with my 3rd party wireless router next week when I go over again.

Hope it works once select Singtel for the VLan.

Thanks.

So good that you managed to change it. I have no luck with the user/password


All times are GMT +8. The time now is 06:45 PM.

Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.7
Copyright ©2000 - 2021, vBulletin Solutions, Inc.
Copyright © SPH Magazines Pte Ltd. All rights reserved.