on 24-07-2012 18:33
Under R30 in Modem Mode, I was easily able to access the Advanced Settings so that I could view the Connection panel to see my power levels on the line.
Now with R36 in Modem Mode, the Advanced Settings button is greyed out and cannot be selected. Is this intentional? Is there any opther way for a Modem Mode user to check their power levels without resetting the Hub back to Router Mode?
I keep an occasional eye on my power levels as they have a tendency to drift as customers come and go in my loal area and I have a few attenuators that are sometimes needed to keep the power levels in range.
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on 24-07-2012 19:34
on 24-07-2012 19:54
on 24-07-2012 22:24
i went into modem mode and wanted to go back to router but couldnt find where to access my hud anywhere so after half hour of searching i had to stick a pin in it to fully reset it. pain in the **bleep**.
on 07-03-2013 08:10
I am on firmware R37 (of course), and because of the SIP bug, I am forced to put the superbug into modem mode.
I have looked carefully, but as far as I can see, there is still no way to access the power levels. Since this has been flagged up on R36, at least in this thread, how can it be that R37 is still defective?
Since vm can't handle router technology, could we go back to just having a (proper) modem, our extortionate charges reduced to reflect the reduced cost, and then we can buy proper routers from competent suppliers?
on 07-03-2013 08:30
If you have the superhub in modem mode it shouldnt give you advance settings.
Are you trying to log in using 192.168.0.1 or 192/168.100.1?
if the first try the latter
on 09-03-2013 12:00
"If you have the superhub in modem mode it shouldnt give you advance settings"
Pardon?? If I am in modem mode, I need to see the power measurements. If these measurements are under Advance Settings and these are disabled, that is a major design fault.