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Flash a SKY Sagem Router

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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
You know the Sagem your getting free with SKY instead of the Netgear....

Does anyone know how to flash the Sagem as i want to use it with another BB service provider as it probably wont work unless i do flash it
Hmmmm this might be a bit difficult with keys etc aswell if i flash it

oh for god sake !!! lol
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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
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Dont know anything about the sagem one, but I've just left Sky bradband in favour of O2, as its getting activated in 5 days I expect the wireless box to be here in the next couple of days so I have a netgear one which your more than welcome to have - that I do know is flashable.
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HERE:
Download these two flash image files…


Latest Sagem [email protected] firmware ( use google to find )
Modified version of the 1.1sky firmware ( use google to find )

Note that the modified version of the 1.1sky firmware is NOT the same as used in the previous cracking instructions. This one is called 1.1SKY-mod2.img


Ensure that you are connected to the router through Ethernet (wired networking). It's also a good idea that you have just the router and your PC on the network. It'll make things easier if you are using a fixed IP address for your PC - go to Network Connections and in the TCP/IP properties switch from "Obtain an IP address automatically" to "Use the following IP address" and enter a suitable IP address such as 192.168.0.2 with a netmask of 255.255.255.0. If you are using Windows Vista, make sure you have the telnet client enabled because you'll need it later.


Navigate to the router at http://192.168.0.1/ using the username admin and the password sky.


Select the Maintenance->Router Upgrade option. Browse to the [email protected] firmware image you downloaded in step 1 and then click on UPLOAD. Once the router has uploaded the new firmware, flashed it and rebooted, you should see just one light on the router - the Ethernet port light for your PC connection.


Change your PC's IP address to 192.168.1.2 and navigate to http://192.168.1.1/. You should see a rather sparse web page that has fields for Software File Name and MAC Base Address. Enter your router's MAC address in the appropriate box, then click on Save/Apply followed by Save/Reboot.


Once the router has rebooted, navigate to http://192.168.1.1/ with the username admin and password admin - note the changed password. You should see the standard Sagem [email protected] user interface.


Click on Management then Update Software. Browse to the 1.1SKY-mod2.img that you downloaded in step 1 and click on the Update Software button.


Once the router has rebooted, you should see just one light on the router. Navigate to http://192.168.1.1/ where again, you should see the same sparse web page that you saw in step 5. Again, enter your router's MAC address in the appropriate box, then click on Save/Apply followed by Save/Reboot.


Navigate to http://192.168.1.1/ with the username admin and password admin. The router will be now back in its Sky Broadband "skin".


Click on Start->Run and enter the command


telnet 192.168.1.1

and in the telnet window, login using admin and admin. You should see a configuration menu with 14 items. At the -> prompt, type the command


sh

and then type


crack SSID KEY

where SSID is the default SSID assigned to the router and KEY is the default WPA network key. The SSID is always SKY followed by 5 digits, and the WPA network key is always eight uppercase letters. You can get these details from the label on the bottom of the router. Note that you have to enter the default SSID and WPA key even if you have changed them. So for example, if your router's default SSID is SKY12345 and its default WPA key is ZYXWABCD, you would type the following command…


crack SKY12345 ZYXWABCD

When you have done that, type reboot to reboot the router.


Change your PC's IP address back to 192.168.0.2 - you can do this while the router is rebooting. Once the router has finished rebooting, telnet to the router, this time using the address 192.168.0.1 and username admin and password sky - note how the details have reverted to their Sky defaults. At the -> prompt, type the command


cat /var/password.txt

and you should see your connection username after the -u and your connection password after the -p. The username should be your router's LAN MAC address, using lowercase hex letters and without the colons, followed by @skydsl. The password should be 15 characters long and may contain upper and lowercase letters, digits and the symbols + and /.
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Jeeeeeeso Rimi lol

I honestly dont think i could do all that mate, im sure id C*** up somewhere and end up messing it all up, thanks for all that tho and i might have to end up using it at some point
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iv pm'd you minstrel man
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Hi,
I can't find these file by google. Would you please notify the direct link of these two ?


Latest Sagem [email protected] firmware ( use google to find )
Modified version of the 1.1sky firmware ( use google to find )
#6
Whenever I try and upload any firmware through 192.168.0.1 on the sky interface for the router (maintenance > router upgrade), nothing changes. It seems to upload fine, then reboots back to the sky system.

Any ideas?

Sagem 2504
1.9Sky

"F2404_3_24a4_fs_kernel_NONE" firmware
(has no file extention. Tried with .img & didnt work either)

Win 7 (tried Chrome & IE)
Firewall off

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