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I am new here so to start off here is what i have learned from reading through posts here. Please correct me if I'm wrong, I need your help as I go through.


1. The Canopy router could be accessed after it has been blocked.

2. This could be done by knowing the MAC address of the Canopy router.

3. The ESN is the same as the MAC address of the Canopy router.

4. The ESN could be found on the antenna located at your roof.

5. To get through the router portal you need to convert the last 3 hex pairs of the ESN into decimal.

6. Then append it to 10.xx.xx.xx

respond to these conclusions and enlighten me about this area..

I once accessed the canopy router and logged the IP address of the router portal.

It has been working for months, but that time, I don't have an idea on modifying the settings of the router.

now, the IP cannot be accessed...


1. Is the router portal address variable or arbitrary?

2. Can it be change remotely by an operator?

3. Are all router portal addresses based on the ESN of the hardware provided?

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welcome to the forum :smiley:

your conclusions are mostly correct, but you missed one step on using the MAC address.

for instructions on using the MAC address look here.


im not really sure if the canopy can be blocked remotely. do you think you accidentally changed a setting?

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try this.

change your lan connection ip to

then save the changes.

open a command promt just click on start then run type cmd and enter

type ipconfig there there shoulb be 3 diferent ip adress there do not choose but rather choose the other one and put that into your browser.

if this dont work for you your canopy is blocked by either you or by smart.

i experienced blocking my own canopy because i was playing with the configs in there but i used an overide plug and it solved my problems cause it will restore it to factory settings.. good luck to you

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