10-31-2013 04:59 PM
Via the WebUI, there doesn't seem to be a way at the moment. My guess is, if you try Telnetting into the modem, you can get the stats from that way. Use admin as the username and admin as the password (usually what the gateways have set to them), and then once you are at a prompt, type the word "help" to see a list of commands. If you're able to get this far and can supply a list of the commands, that would be awesome. No guarantees this will work.
11-01-2013 02:31 PM
Thanks for your help but no luck. I do have another question. Its really strange that I got offered the 1.1-3Mbps enhanced, the reason I say that is my friend who signed up at the same time, and who is two streets over got offered the 3.5-7Mbps package. The VZ tech told me we come out of the same Dslam/Slick to the CO. So he said there is no reason I couldn't get that speed.The CO is still offering that speed at my moms address. And she is farther from the CO then me. All my speed tests have been at 2.88-3.1 Mbps, depending where I ran the speed test from. Uploads have been .60-.78. I would like to see Mbps. My buddy's getting 6.75 no issues at all. Any ideas on where I would the conversation going with Verizon... They also changed my pair what ever that means. He said it could been rerouted way up the road before then came back to the Dslam.
11-03-2013 05:50 PM
11-07-2013 01:19 PM
Thanks for your help I meant....Not sure why it had a line through the word. " Telnetting into the modem" I don't understand what you mean by that.
By that, it means starting your telnet client on your computer and connecting with it to the router.
Since each OS and Version is different, for example if you are on Windows XP..
#1 Go to Start -> Run.
#2 Type in cmd and press enter,
#3 In the new window, called the command prompt, type in telnet and press enter.
#4 Type in the letter o followed by the LAN IP of the router and press enter.
O 192.168.1.1 <enter>
#5 Log-in as need be.
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11-09-2013 09:07 AM
Since you're getting that error, see if there is an option somewhere in the D-Link's web interface to enable Telnet. I'm not proficient with how the menus are laid out in that modem, but I'd venture to say you will find this under an Administration or Advanced section of the modem. Be on the lookout for an option to enable Telnet or SSH, but do not enable Remote Telnet or SSH if that is the only option you come across.