Enabling diag you can access to modem with Qualcomm tools and collect modem logs.
First at all you have to access via Telnet to MR1100 device.
When you have connected, run
ATI command to confirm you have connected. This should print out details about device and IMEI.
ati Manufacturer: Netgear, Incorporated Model: MR1100 Revision: NTG9X50C_12.06.12.00 r3840 ntgrbc-fwbuild4 2020/04/26 23:12:17 IMEI: 3591260XXXXXXX IMEI SV: 14 FSN: 5D6181ND00414 +GCAP: +CGSM
AT!OPENCND? command to get generated challenge.
Clone from Github edl repository, install with pip3 required Python-packages and then paste generated challenge to
-c parameter and run.
git clone https://github.com/bkerler/edl.git cd edl pip3 install -r requirements.txt chmod +x edl/modem/sierrakeygen.py ./edl/modem/sierrakeygen.py -c <generatedChallenge> -d MDM9x40
Program will print out AT-command, example
AT!OPENCND="55FA62175BEEFXX" out. Copy this and paste it to AT-terminal.
After this, change password with
AT!SETCND command. Example:
AT!SETCND="A710" and login
Now you can open diag
AT!UDPID=9025 command and reboot your device.
Open on Windows the Device Manager and you should see two unknown MR1100 device. Here is instruction to install diag driver manually to device hardware ids end to MI_02.
Now you should get access to modem.
More commands and source: Github
Now please store Wireshark communication from QXDM Bandwidth to see QAM Status and make Reverse Engineering to get it over COM 11 🙂 .QAM Status Info would be so nice
Great document .