BSNL approved Optilink firmware leaks CAPTCHA values?

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Wasn't this CAPTCHA added to deter automated brute force attacks? Pretty weird right? 🙄
 
lol
 
what is the admin password? before this new firmware stdONU101 worked.. but after this new firmware admin password not working.. can you tell me the password?
 


Seems like thread hijacking is going on... 😀. No worries though - carry on! 🙂

Does resetting the ONU get rid of the unknown password (settings would need to be recovered though)? Can we find the ONU firmware version and reverse engineer the corresponding firmware, which hopefully is available?

The idea is to reset the ONU and log back in with the factory default password.
 
i don't know the firmware version since i couldn't login. Resetting the ONU i kept it as the last option.