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toh:netgear:telnet.console [2012/10/07 00:28]
huldu
toh:netgear:telnet.console [2014/07/05 10:54] (current)
khaosis
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  * WGT624 v2, v3: works   * WGT624 v2, v3: works
  * WGT624 (unknown version): [[http://www.cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=2006-1002|assumed to work]]   * WGT624 (unknown version): [[http://www.cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=2006-1002|assumed to work]]
-  * WNR1000 v2: works. Does not require username/password for login. On connection the '#' prompt is displayed.+  * WNR1000 v1-2: works. Does not require username/password for login. On connection the '#' prompt is displayed. 
 +  * WN3000RP v1: works. Does not require username/password for login, but necessary for telnetable (Geardog/Gearguy)
  * [[oldwiki/openwrtdocs/hardware/netgear/WNDR3300]] : works. Does not require username/password for login.  On connection the '#' prompt is displayed.   * [[oldwiki/openwrtdocs/hardware/netgear/WNDR3300]] : works. Does not require username/password for login.  On connection the '#' prompt is displayed.
  * [[toh/netgear/WNR3500]] v1.0.29: works. Does NOT ask for username/password on login. On connection you should be dropped on a '#' prompt.   * [[toh/netgear/WNR3500]] v1.0.29: works. Does NOT ask for username/password on login. On connection you should be dropped on a '#' prompt.
-  * [[toh/netgear/wnr3500l|WNR3500L]] V1.2.2.44: Works. Does NOT ask for username/password on login. Dropped to '#' prompt on connection.+  * [[toh/netgear/wnr3500l|WNR3500L]] V1.2.2.44: Works. V1.2.2.48_35.0.55NA: fails. Does NOT ask for username/password on login. Dropped to '#' prompt on connection
 +  * [[toh/netgear/WNDR3400|WNDR3400v2]] v1.0.0.16_1.0.34 works. Does NOT ask for username/password on login. On connection you should be dropped on a '#' prompt.
  * [[toh/netgear/WNDR3700]] V1.0.7.98: known to work - Does NOT ask for username/password. After connection you will be root at BusyBox v1.4.2.   * [[toh/netgear/WNDR3700]] V1.0.7.98: known to work - Does NOT ask for username/password. After connection you will be root at BusyBox v1.4.2.
  * [[toh/netgear/WNDR3800]] v1.0.0.16 Tested with the python script of telnet enable.   * [[toh/netgear/WNDR3800]] v1.0.0.16 Tested with the python script of telnet enable.
  * [[toh/netgear/WNDR4000]] v1.0.0.88 works. Does NOT ask for username/password on login. On connection you should be dropped on a '#' prompt.   * [[toh/netgear/WNDR4000]] v1.0.0.88 works. Does NOT ask for username/password on login. On connection you should be dropped on a '#' prompt.
 +  * [[toh/netgear/WNDR4300]] V1.0.1.30/34/42 works with the python script. Does NOT ask for username/password on login. On connection you should be dropped on a '#' prompt.
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-==== Python-Program by pgebheim ====+ 
 +==== Python-Alternative to the Windows Version==== 
 +How you can use they pythonprogram: [[http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/enable-telnet-access-for-netgear-n600-adsl-router/]] 
 + 
 + * See the Project on Google Code [[http://code.google.com/p/netgear-telnetenable/|Project Homepage]] for more information 
 + 
 + * After downloading it insert the cable to the router and execute the following command<code> 
 +python telnetenable.py 192.168.1.1 $(arp -n | awk "/192.168.1.1/"'  { gsub(/:/, "", $3); print toupper($3)}') Gearguy Geardog</code> 
 + 
 +Than there is a telnet access to the router. 
 + 
 + 
 +Program by pgebheim
<file python telnetenable.py> <file python telnetenable.py>
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  ip = args[0]   ip = args[0]
-  mac = args[1]+  mac = args[1].replace(':', '').upper()
  username = args[2]   username = args[2]
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main() main()
</file> </file>
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-  * See the [[http://code.google.com/p/netgear-telnetenable/|Project Homepage]] for more information 
-  * After downloading it insert the cable to the router and execute the following command<code> 
-python telnetenable.py 192.168.1.1 $(arp -n | awk "/192.168.1.1/"'  { gsub(/:/, "", $3); print toupper($3)}') Gearguy Geardog</code> 
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-Now there is a telnet access to the router. 
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**''Note:''** For sending custom crafted network packets on Windows, which this tool does, you require an account which has administrative privileges. **''Note:''** For sending custom crafted network packets on Windows, which this tool does, you require an account which has administrative privileges.
-  * Download the file wpn824_ko_2.12_1.2.9.zip file from [[http://www.netgear.co.kr/Support/Product/FileInfo.asp?IDXNo=155|the Korean Netgear support website (scroll down)]] or from the other locations I found it at ([[http://www.sebone.de/download.php?file=47e892f71fa9d1036a5615e3b7045190|mirror 1]], [[http://www1.file-upload.net/download_10.05.06/2di5co.zip.html|mirror 2]], UPDATE: Get it here http://files.to/get/349970/64662/telnetEnable.rar) and unzip it. A new link that does work for the time being: http://rapidshare.com/files/71670434/telnetEnable.zip.+  * Download the file wpn824_ko_2.12_1.2.9.zip file from [[http://www.netgear.co.kr/Support/Product/FileInfo.asp?IDXNo=155|the Korean Netgear support website (scroll down)]] or from the other locations I found it at ([[http://www.myopenrouter.com/download/10602/NETGEAR-Telnet-Enable-Utility/|mirror 1]], [[http://pingbin.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/telnetEnable.zip|mirror 2]], UPDATE: Get it here http://files.to/get/349970/64662/telnetEnable.rar) and unzip it. A new link that does work for the time being: http://rapidshare.com/files/71670434/telnetEnable.zip.
  * You will see a M$ Word doc which contains screenshots and instructions in Korean language, a firmware update (you don't need this) and the ''telnetEnable.exe'' tool   * You will see a M$ Word doc which contains screenshots and instructions in Korean language, a firmware update (you don't need this) and the ''telnetEnable.exe'' tool
  * Open a command line (windows console) window (Press [windows key]+[R] and enter ''cmd'')   * Open a command line (windows console) window (Press [windows key]+[R] and enter ''cmd'')
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or <code>?</code> or <code>?</code>
  * To quit the console, type <code>exit</code>   * To quit the console, type <code>exit</code>
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===== Troubleshooting ===== ===== Troubleshooting =====
If you aren't able to login anymore, which may occur after firmware updates or telnet-session timeouts/connection losses, repeat the unlocking procedure. If you aren't able to login anymore, which may occur after firmware updates or telnet-session timeouts/connection losses, repeat the unlocking procedure.

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