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Hacking webmony D-Link DIR-300 NRU B6

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There is router D-Link DIR-300 NRU B6. He's got encrypted weblord.
Need to access the settings, but it does not reset settings that already.
Instructions for minor revisions did not fit.
This is done exclusively for peaceful purposes and my router, not the neighbor's.
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That tried? Google provides a bunch of information on request "password recovery D-Link DIR-300"
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apparently costs to connect to the console port on the router and get access komnatnoi line of the router
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All of the settings you probably only need the username and password to connect to the Internet?
If Yes, and the system PPPoE connection — look in the net, there are plenty of sophisticated ways to get a username and password on PPPoE pretending to be a PPPoE server and connecting to the WAN port of the computer. Then disassemble the device do not need
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There is an option 1 (implausible) to collect your firmware for DIR-300 with the cuts and functions through restoration (as in dead firmware) to flash. NVRAM should not be erased, and the firmware to order the display of data to the NVRAM. But it's hard.
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Is option 2 more plausible, but needs to be clarified. The router is the loader which at startup for 1 second opens RedBoot ("loader" c orizanol TELNET and console) on the WAN port. With it, you may (read about redbut long and deep) to read the contents of nvram (part of the stick, where the roll settings). He was not engaged in any form — I don't know. Theoretically, there is only text data, so maybe we can parse, this may need the source code of the firmware (nvram)
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lexfrei: without the password, you can change ask via recovery (the same RedBoot). The only thing you can't erase part of the flash nvram
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