As there is no official manual for this modem I have written my own which I hope some people might find useful. It would probably have been better to post as a WiKi but I have never been able to post a WiKi successfully. The manual can be found at link below.
The manual covers the following
2. Modem's Connection s and Button s
3. Login and Home Screen
4. Change Modem’s Login Password
5. Telstra’ s Internet User Name and Password
6. Parental Controls
7. Connecting Wi-Fi devices
8. Address Reservation (Static LAN I P Address)
9. Port Forwarding
12.Reset Modem or Reboot Modem
13.Turn WI-FI OFF or ON
16.Register and De-register a DECT handset
17.Telephony (Phone Number, Phone book., Call Log and misc )
18.R emote WEB Access
19.Wi-Fi MAC Filtering
20.Backup and restore modem's settings
21.Change Wi-Fi Channel, SSID and Password
22.Third Party VDSL Modem /Router
23.DLNA Server and Mass Storage
25.4G Cellular Backup
26.Diagnostics (Fault Finding)
27.Change IP Address of Modem
28.Modem Firmware / Software
29.Modem’s Time Settings
30.Telstra Air and Fon
33.Known Limitations and Bugs
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This is an excellent resource sure to help many. Hopefully one of the admins can sticky this so it doesnt get lost?
Hi @cf4 - Thank you so much for your efforts on this! What a fantastic guide to the Telstra Smart Modem Gen 2!
@StrayaM8, I couldn't agree more - I've pinned this to the top of the Modems & Hardware Discussion Board
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Amazing, very impressive. Worth copyrighting !!
Thanks for the helpful guide, Its unbelievable that there are still many bugs in the firmware regarding Static and Port Forwarding limits. Its a shame as it seems to be a powerful modem regarding wifi, etc but is crippled by poor firmware.