Tool unlocking telnet on NETGEAR router.
Source : http://wiki.openwrt.org/toh/netgear/telnet.console
You could use C, or Python script. There is an exec.sh to an easily use which use by default ip
192.168.1.1 and mad associated to retrieve with
TELNETABLE_IP="192.168.2.1" TELNETABLE_MAC="2CE412D9BCFF" ./c/exec.sh
Note: you could use
TELNETABLE_IP to specify IP, and
TELNETABLE_MAC to specify mac. You'll need to specify ip and mac of the router.
Running: python telnetenable.py <IP> <MAC> <Username> <Password> IP - The IP of your Netgear device, usually 192.168.1.1 MAC - The mac address should be the MAC address of the LAN port on your Netgear device, WITHOUT the ":". e.g. "00:40:5E:21:14:4E" would be written as "00405E21144E". Username - Username for accessing the telnet console, usually 'Gearguy' Password - Password for accessing the telnet console, usually 'Geardog'
Note: This python script is useful in case of C code doesn't work.