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Need to telnet or web into speedstream 5360 modem

Is there a default IP address?

Does this modem have the capability to block SMTP port 25?

Is there a driver for it? I didn't think so.

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I believe the default IP address for those is 192.168.254.254 and the login and password are both admin. If that address doesn't get you to the login screen, do the following.

1. Go to start>run
2. Type cmd and hit enter
3. Type ipconfig
4. Write down the default gateway address
5. Type that address into your web browser and see if it connects to the gui now.

If that doesn't help let me know and I'll keep digging for the manual but wow is it hard to find anything about it online.
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Posted on Nov 29, 2008

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