Hidden Menu

In Spain we can use 5150-5350Mhz and as you know the 5200 SMs and APs only allow normal selection of 5275-5325, I have seen mentioned in this forum references to a secret menu which gives greater frequency options,would this give me access to a further three channels legally allowed here ? If so would someone be kind enough to PM me the access procedure.


Michael

Did you find this?

i think its http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/configuration.html

also as a note i forgot to add, this was designed for field testing purposes. If you do plan on using it make sure you are still within your countries regulations.

Has anyone find out how to access this menu on the P10 gear??
If yo hve, please PM me and let me know how to do it…

As far as i know, P10 gear comes with firmware version 8.x.x and higher. You cannot access the configuration.html part of the radios on this firmware version.

The radio calibration and mac address can be changed on an 8.1.5 radio by inserting the default plug. The tabs become available under the configuration page.

The radio can be unlocked from telnet using the oops command with the default plug inserted.

Save any changes, remove the default plug, and reboot the radio.

Kodiak wrote:
The radio calibration and mac address can be changed on an 8.1.5 radio by inserting the default plug. The tabs become available under the configuration page.

The radio can be unlocked from telnet using the oops command with the default plug inserted.

Save any changes, remove the default plug, and reboot the radio.


What exactly does the oops command do?

Also, can you really change the MAC? I've tried before from the mac page and it never takes the change.

thanks to u all for your ideas.
i want to know why http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/configuration.html and http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/mac.html does not work on the 8.1.4 device but works on the 7.1.y devices.
please can you help or is their another way to get it.

The configuration.html was a page that was there strictly for engineering, troubleshooting, and testing.

Using these frequencies is illegal. My guess is Moto finally put an end to their use.