>Has anyone has any luck in accessing the Web Interface of a Alcatel Speed Touch Home through
>I tried just typing in 10.0.0.138 in my browser but the modem didn't respond.
This might be a stupid question, but are you using a proxy server in
your webbrowser? If so, you need to bypass 10.0.0.138/
Beyond that, no specific suggestions, but modems sometimes intercept
packets in weird ways since if the modem is operating as a bridge, it
doesn't have a normal IP and isn't addressable as a device.
Consider, the current IP (and default gateway probably) isn't in 10/8,
which means the outbound packets will be addressed to 10.0.0.138, but
with the MAC address of your default gateway. The modem intercepts
these packets and responds, but sometimes a modem won't spoof the
upstream gateway's MAC address on return packets. This technique seem
to work for Windows-based PCs, but likely not for BSD.
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