Accessing DrayTek 130 Modem Status Page via USG

This is more of a note for me but may be useful for some. How to connect to the DrayTek status page from your internal network.

First bring up the USG UI and enter in a new static route:

USGnewRoute

Then login to your USG via SSH and run:
configure
set interfaces ethernet eth0 address 192.168.2.2/24
commit

This sets an IP address for the port that the modem is connected to.

Then from the USG, login to the draytek – telnet 192.168.2.1 and run:
ip route add 192.168.0.0 255.255.255.0 192.168.2.2 3 static

You then should be able to browse to https://192.168.2.1/ and login to your DrayTek 130 Modem:
130-Login

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FTTPoD available in Southampton but who from?

I used the BT line checker and got the magically line FTTPoD showing as enabled for my cabinet. However I can’t find anyone who will supply me with this service:

FTTPoD

Maybe I will just have to wait for Infinity 3/4 to be available – I wonder how long that takes.

Getting Subsonic working behind Nginx

The subsonic Web UI uses frames as if you just proxy subsonic with SSL/TLS termination like you would with any other website you will find the pages does not load. You need to add a directive to your configuration:

add_header X-Frame-Options SAMEORIGIN;

This should also work with madsonic.

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