I just got this cable modem from Elisa with the "Viihde" service.
I feel cheated because I thought I would be able to set up my home network just I was able to do over plain ADSL.
These are the things I want to do:
- be able to configure MAC-address-based access, or turn off WLAN as a whole
- configure DHCP (including designating static IPs)
- configure NAT (open ports, port redirection, etc; general access to the router settings so one could set up gaming for the kids, SSH, FTP, HTTP and other services/servers for the grown-ups)
Now, all these feature are actually supported the by the modem itself (have a look at the http://www.bewan.com/produit.php?page=produit&parm1=bw-iboxc5200&parm2=fiche ' TARGET='_blank). So. I guess it was Elisa that disabled all this, rendering an otherwise functional to a piece of junk.
The Elisa web configuration seems to be rubbish; it allows access only to a few WLAN settings.
Now, a few questions:
Is there an official way to access the rest of the settings?
Has anyone downloaded and reversed the firmware yet?
Is there a similar box in Verkkokauppa, Jimm's, etc that one could use instead of the Elisa modem?
Any help would be appreciated.
I forgot: I need Dynamic DNS, too - preferably to no-ip.org.