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This happened to me a couple of months ago, it cleared and worked fine after turning the power off for 5mins and then powering up again.
Look for the reset switch on the back and hold it in with straightened paper clip for about 10 seconds.
You now have a door stop ... There are warnings about changing BT 6.3.xx.xx firmware to Qwest but you may well have ignored themhttp://bt2700hgv.tripod.com/085.htm It is there in bright red.
Your IP is in the 192.168.1.XXX range and so the router must be in that range too.Does "Home" or "Gateway" get you to the rounter page ?you have tried 192.168.1.254, so try 192.168.1.0 , 192.168.1.1 and 192.168.1.253.I upped a BT v188.8.131.52 recovery to this F/W and then downgraded it back using the usual routine without any problems. Try each of the v6's in turn.
Has helped nothing The modem on the former connecting with РС - a range of 192.168.1.XXX addressesBut the page of options is inaccessible.I seem have spoilt the modem. How it is possible to restore a factory firmware?
You could try the recovery firmware that is linked to, but the chances are you will be unsuccessful. You have nothing to lose but trying though.
From within the box with the red warning http://bt2700hgv.tripod.com/085.htm
Tried this? Do NOT use this Qwest v6.1 firmware to downgrade a BT 2700HGV or 2701HGV-C which has newer v6.3.x firmware – it will semi-brick the hub rendering it unusable. I suspect other 2700/2701 models with firmware higher than v6.1 may also be bricked in similar manner. You could try downgrading first to BT v184.108.40.206 (17MB file) and then reflashing to the Qwest firmware.
Certainly the BT has a programme of recovery firmware. Where to find it?
Which BT firmware do you want to try ?You will need to locate the router's upgrade page to use any of them though
I've seen similar programs for BT Home Hub 1.5. These programs do not require an update page.
Don't they run on the JTags though ?
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