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the dodo gohub (mp264) has been locked down by dodo. Resetting the device will give you the audiocodes login and password. I remember telling the guy at dodo who state I needed to use the login they provided, which loaded a page saying I had used my 2tb on my plan (wtf?). so I reset the modem and it worked fine. You would need to flash the modem with stock firmware from audiocodes to unlock the modem. From what I was told and from what I've found, dodo uses a "tagged" service, so the only way to use another modem/router is as an access point. I would look for audiocodes mp264 unlock firmware on Google (currently doing the same lol). I know iinet will work with 3rd party "nbn" ready modem/routers. Another alternative would be to look for a 2nd hand "nbn/fibre ready modem/router (I came close to selling mine when I found out it wouldn't work with dodo. will post again if I find the firmware unlock
Type 192.168.0.1 in the command line and you should enter configuration screen. There you could check everything there is to know about your problem.
If you don't know how to do it, you could always download this users manual which really helped me a lot with my model. Good luck! :)
plug the usb modem into usb slot of pc as normal. Bridge the connection between the internet connection and ethernet router connection in network page. Set router to ip add etc and it should share net access while pc is turned on atleast.