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  1. BSNL router hacking and possibility of running custom code over it

    On a lonely weekend on my android, I was actually bored courtesy of BSNL, a connection that seldom connects, translates to AT&T of India, bad service, no customer support at 1957 and flapping issues in links. Nevertheless I decided to mess a bit with BSNL ADSL router.

    BSNL router on closer inspection is manufactured by SEMIndia and distributed by ITI. It follows the ****** of using firmware of different routers (Broadcom to be specific, BCM96338 stands for Broadcom router firmware ...