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How to access QoS on a Zyxel P-2812HNU-F3 from Telenor

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  1. iIllumination

    iIllumination Thread Starter

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    hei, I really wanna access the QoS function on the Zyxel P-2812HNU-F3 from telenor, and even full access if possible! Would have been nice if some of u guys could have writen a full guide of how I can do so.
    Thanks :D
     
  2. valis

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    howdy and welcome to TSG. Do you have physical access to the Zyxel?
     
  3. iIllumination

    iIllumination Thread Starter

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    If u mean the router, yeah, I do!
     
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    I couldn't find anything. The thing is that Telenor have their own fireware on this device whitch have blocked many functions like QoS. What I want is to kind of unlock those functions some how.
     
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    Have you contacted Telenor? That's where I would start.
     
  7. iIllumination

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    Yeah, I have tried to contected them, but they just said that their routers don't offer QoS. And as I said earlier, they have their own fireware on the router that blocks that function.
     
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