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Sky broadband with 3rd party router

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Sky branded OEM routers hide the PPP username and password from the UI.  The username and password is embedded in the firmware and can be captured by using a packet analyser (Wireshark) to capture UDP Port 67 (DHCP requests).   The router should also connect using a generic login, similar to BT Openworld

 

username: random@skydsl

password: password (or anything else)

e.g.

User: abcdefgh@skydsl

Pass: 1234567890abcdef

 

Notes

Default subnet 192.168.1.0/24

Default router 192.168.1.1/32

Sky authenticate connections using MER/DHCP Option 61

It may be necessary to clone the MAC address

For Sky Fibre broadband the following settings apply

Country = UK

ISP = Sky

Transfer Mode = PTM

DSL Mode = VDSL2

Internet = Enable this Interface

Use VLANID = Ticked select 101

Priority = 0

Does your Internet connection require a login? = No

Account Name  (If Required) = D6400 (autofilled)

Domain Name  (If Required) = BLANK (Do not put anything just leave blank)

Internet IP Address = Select Get Dynamically from ISP

Domain Name Server (DNS) Address Select Get Dynamically from ISP

NAT (Network Address Translation) = Enable

Router MAC Address = MAC address of the Broadband port (WAN) in the form of C0:3E:0F:xx:xx:xx

DHCP Options = Client Identifier String (option 61) ussername and password taken from the Wireshark capture (c03e0fxxxxxx@skydsl|12345678) make sure the | 'pipe' is in between the username and password

 
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