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ONT status display via browser

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Bronze Contributor I
Bronze Contributor I
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Registered: ‎08-20-2013
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In the days of my (soon-to-be-former) DOCSIS cable modem, it had its own IP/URL (usually http://192.168.100.1) which served a set of status & log pages that could be viewed in a browser.  I know the FiOS (Actiontec) router has it's own IP and HTTP interface — been there, done that.  Does the ONT have something similar?  If so, is it of any use?

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Registered: ‎12-16-2012
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I don't think it has a direct interface you can access, but a few pages in the Router are devoted to information about the ONT.

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The ONT has information that can be accessed by Verizon, and also sports some firmware which can be upgraded. From your end, the ONT is essentially a layer 2 device (meaning, you cannot see it. Provides conversion between mediums on Layer 1, and offers a link over physical medium from A to B via Layer 2). Anything you have access to see is available from the FiOS router.

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