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Extract Username/Password from Sky Router

Discussion in 'Networks & Internet Connectivity' started by SaltandSauce, Mar 3, 2013.

  1. SaltandSauce


    Joined: May 30, 2012

    Posts: 146

    Well it's certainly safe to say that the Sagemcom F@ST2504n router that Sky provide you is nothing short of a piece of crap. It had a real limited amount of features and the main issue is its poor wireless range. With the thick walls in this flat, I'm having to pretty much hard wire every device that I need connected to the internet.

    So anyway, I sourced another router that I'd like to use instead. Now I got in contact with a Sky Engineer who was unwilling to provide me with the necessary information which I found frustrating to say the least. According to Sky, it's against their usage policy for its customers to use whatever router they desire. I'm guessing it's to help troubleshoot any issues when a customer rings up their helpdesk.

    Well I just wondering if it's possible to extract the username/password some other way? I'm sure I've seen other Sky users reporting to be using another more sufficient router that's up to the job. If so, could you please provide me with a link on how to go about extracting the details and IDEALLY setting it up using DD-WRT.

    Any help would be much appreciated. Any more cables running through this place and I've got a feeling the girlfriend is going to strangle me to death. On that note, what is it with women and their hatred for cables running everywhere? :confused: :rolleyes:
  2. djshauny1


    Joined: May 18, 2011

    Posts: 3,221

    It can be done. Theres an online sky router calculator site.

    All you have to do is get the numbers from underneath, put them in the calculator and it give you the username and password :D

    Just google it mate im sure its in the top 10 searches :)
  3. Tealc


    Joined: Jul 13, 2009

    Posts: 6,886

    Location: Llanelli

    And keep your fingers crossed you aren't connected through MER as that's more difficult to connect with a third party modem/router.

    You could always keep the Sagem and have it run as a modem and use your replacement as a router and access point.
  4. quish


    Joined: Oct 18, 2002

    Posts: 497

    Location: Sunny Cheshire

  5. pioneer2000


    Joined: Jun 20, 2004

    Posts: 4,707

    Location: Essex

    I thought with MER you couldn't use another router full stop?
  6. MissChief


    Joined: Jul 17, 2010

    Posts: 12,519

    Only some routers support MER.

    Whatever you do keep your sky router in case you have a problem as they won't do squat without it connected.

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