I'm having no luck connecting via telnet either unfortunately possibly because I'm not going to the IP address 192.168.0.254 as you would with the M3020. It comes back...
telnet: Unable to connect to remote host: Connection refused
Tried turning all the firewalls off etc and flushing the iptables (which disconnected my internet and led me to believe I'd really screwed everything up) and after flushing the iptables it didn't say 'Connection refused' immediately but then did time out.
I'm starting to believe that putting the M3020 firmware on has blocked loads of things and the thing is now redundant for what I want to use it for but good for anything else.
Unless there's a hardcore way of hacking the device so I can put different firmware on. I've read about SSH but when I try that it comes up with this:
SSH: command not found
(Last edited by utrophia on 4 Jul 2014, 13:52)