reply to Security Guy
Re: Is someone trying to hack my network? I dug into this a little bit and here's what I found. That the password and username is sent to »pqwesthdm.qwest.motive.com/cwmpWeb/CPEMgt qwests Home Device Manager server.
Here's you answer:
telnet into you box
example from OS cmd prompt:
so to test it out
goto your web browser and use the »220.127.116.11:4567/tr69/ in your address field
should prompt you for the user/password
00247BSPAB0561200694 - username - from ACS_Username
230155e56913 - password from - ACS_Password
should get a tr69 test ok response.
bingo you just logged into that port.
so big deal right - well here's what you can do with it with the right software from motive.com
info on Home Device Manager
Intelligent, remote management of CPE.
For broadband service providers, simplifying CPE management in home networks has become mission-criticalespecially for those looking to roll out advanced broadband and converged services.
Motives Home Device ManagerTM HDM allows service providers to remotely manage CPE, such as residential gateways, IP set-top boxes, and VoIP terminal adapters that comprise a home networking environment. The product supports one-to-one and one-to-many device configuration, as well as device troubleshooting, firmware management, event management and reporting. In addition, a standardized CPE integration layer gives providers a choice of CPE supported either by the Broadband Forums TR-069 or Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP).