How to change password and check Usage in BSNL BB in both i.e. P2.2 and P3

Discussion in 'BSNL broadband' started by totallyfandu, Jan 23, 2009.

  1. totallyfandu

    totallyfandu New Member

    There are two different system one is P2.2 that is old one and other one is P3 i.e Multiply system.

    check account usage is totally different in both system

    go to

    http://10.240.43.216/webLogin.jsp

    type ur user name and password

    login, and click service records.Check usage for particular Month

    u Know we r having two username for P2.2

    One for connecting to internet and other for checking usage and password is same

    for MULTIPLY system

    In this also we are having two different username i.e. one is service user i.d. for connecting to internet and other is portal i.d. for usage check.

    For checking usage and password change for both portal and service user i.d.

    go to data.bsnl.in

    write ur portal i.d and password

    Go In profile section if you want to change ur portal password

    If you want to change ur service user i.d password

    Go in my services and change ur service user password


    If u find it helpful then reply.

    Sometime it is neccessary to run before u walk
    Last edited: Jan 23, 2009
  2. cool_techie_tvm

    cool_techie_tvm Amor vincit omnia

    Care to mention the full forms of P2.2 and P3? Also isnt it multiplay? Or did they rename it to multiply?
  3. totallyfandu

    totallyfandu New Member

    there are two different system one is normal broadband in this u can do only broadband and other one is multiply broadband in which u can have many services i.e. u can watch movies on demand ,ip tv,ip phone and many other facilities

    so the first system is p2.2 = Normal broadband

    P3= Multiplay broadband i.e. many services on one single copper pair like cable tv ,ip phone and many more

    and it is started in many metro cities
  4. amitkool21

    amitkool21 New Member

    i guess both the systems are based on two ip types.....

    1. 5x.xx.xx.xx ip series = p2.2
    2. 117.xx.xx.xx ip series = p3

    we can check our detalis on these sites for both the services.

    here you can check ur IP address

    for p2.2 connection

    http://sancharnet.in/dataoneredirect.htm
    http://10.240.64.195
    http://10.240.89.199
    http://10.240.128.195
    http://10.240.16.195
    http://10.240.144.195

    for p3 connection.......

    http://bbservice.bsnl.in
    http://data.bsnl.in

    in the p3 connections details u need ur portal id and password to view the details..........
  5. cool_techie_tvm

    cool_techie_tvm Amor vincit omnia

    I am very well aware of the 59.xx.xx.xx and 117.xx.xx.xx addressing schemes of BSNL. Sigh !! Just wanted to know more about BSNL's naming conventions...
  6. totallyfandu

    totallyfandu New Member

    There are three naming scheme they are as follow

    1. P2-- dial up and sancharnet card using phone line

    2.p2.2--dataone only for data transmission i.e only for bb purpose

    3. P3---for multiply services like bb,ip tv,ip phone ,movie on demand etc
  7. cool_techie_tvm

    cool_techie_tvm Amor vincit omnia

    ^^ Thats reassuring for starters. Any ideas about 2.2 and 3 merging? I am an old subscriber who sync with the exchange at 2048kbps. Do they have any plans of upgrading the infrastructure of 2.2 users? Meaning do they have any intention of bringing multiplay for 2.2 subscribers? Or we have to move to 3 just to enjoy multiplay services? (just like its being done today)
  8. totallyfandu

    totallyfandu New Member

    nO THEY CANT UPGRADE THIER SYSTEM U HAVE TO MOVE FROM P2.2 TO P3 AND IT IS NOT DIFFICULT . IN UR AREA IF UR HAVING P3 SYSTEM THAN U CAN CHANGE FROM P2 TO P3 BY GIVING APPLICATION AND IT IS ONLY USEFUL ONLY WHEN MULTIPLY SERVICES STARTED IN UR AREA.
  9. just4kix

    just4kix Guardian Angel Staff Member

    As soon as multiplay services are launched in a particular district telecom circle, the infrastructure will be automatically upgraded.

    That said, however, I do not understand the purpose of this thread. Is the intention to inform people how to change their BB and Portal password? If yes, then there are plenty of threads on the same topic.

    Also, since new connections (where BSNL IP starts from 117.x.x.x), there is really no dire need to change the password because these connections are port bound. That said however, it is better to change passwords and make it a habbit anyway.

    As soon as multiplay services are launched in a particular district telecom circle, the infrastructure will be automatically upgraded.

    That said, however, I do not understand the purpose of this thread. Is the intention to inform people how to change their BB and Portal password? If yes, then there are plenty of threads on the same topic.

    Also, since new connections (where BSNL IP starts from 117.x.x.x), there is really no dire need to change the password because these connections are port bound. That said however, it is better to change passwords and make it a habbit anyway.
    Last edited: Jan 25, 2009
  10. totallyfandu

    totallyfandu New Member

    This two system are totally different in many area first they install p2.2 and after that they install p3 .since they are unable to upgrade p2.2 so they install new system for new services.
  11. just4kix

    just4kix Guardian Angel Staff Member

    Whenever multiplay services are launched in the district telecom circle, the infrastructure will be (will have to be) upgraded automatically.

    But what is the purpose of this thread? If it is to inform users on how to change password, there are plenty of article on the same.

    I feel that member totallyfandu is a BSNL employee looking at his posts. He has been replecating all the content from BSNL website here.

    Whenever multiplay services are launched in the district telecom circle, the infrastructure will be (will have to be) upgraded automatically.

    But what is the purpose of this thread? If it is to inform users on how to change password, there are plenty of article on the same.

    I feel that member totallyfandu is a BSNL employee looking at his posts. He has been replecating all the content from BSNL website here.
    Last edited: Jan 25, 2009
  12. cool_techie_tvm

    cool_techie_tvm Amor vincit omnia

    But currently BSNL uses both multiplay and singleplay on the same exchange. In here all the exchanges have been upgraded to multiplay, but still the older users are still on the singleplay system. When queries last year, they said BSNL will soon be merging both the networks to form a single network. Hence i was curious.

    Sorry for carrying the thread offtopic..
  13. just4kix

    just4kix Guardian Angel Staff Member

    Whenever multiplay services are launched in the district telecom circle, the infrastructure will be (will have to be) upgraded automatically.

    But what is the purpose of this thread? If it is to inform users on how to change password, there are plenty of article on the same.

    I feel that member totallyfandu is a BSNL employee looking at his posts. He has been replicating all the content from BSNL website here.
  14. cool_techie_tvm

    cool_techie_tvm Amor vincit omnia

    But currently BSNL uses both multiplay and singleplay on the same exchange. In here all the exchanges have been upgraded to multiplay, but still the older users are still on the singleplay system. When queried last year, they said BSNL will soon be merging both the networks to form a single network. Hence i was curious.

    Sorry for carrying the thread offtopic..
  15. just4kix

    just4kix Guardian Angel Staff Member

    Sorry for some duplicate posts. I am getting SQL errors.
  16. totallyfandu

    totallyfandu New Member

    YES IT WILL HAPPEN SOON AND EVERY THING IS CDR BASE AND CAN BE HANDLED FROM ONE LOCATION

    Sorry for carrying the thread offtopic..
  17. Gary4gar

    Gary4gar New Member

    This didn't happen in my area.
    I was given IPTV connection on a OLD line and my connection wasn't migrated to p3.

    Then i asked, they said sir chal hai:eek:

    whereas,
    i had numerous problem with the service like freezing video and dropping frames. so i terminated the service on 5th day itself.
  18. cool_techie_tvm

    cool_techie_tvm Amor vincit omnia

    Did u notice the downstream SNR and upstream SNR when they enabled IPTV on your telephone line? Was it 6mbps or 8mbps downstream?
  19. totallyfandu

    totallyfandu New Member

    the purpose of this thread is to inform users how to change password and check usage
  20. Gary4gar

    Gary4gar New Member

    It was 6mbps downstream and 254kbps upstream.the installation guy old IPTV is on MPEG-4, so it needs around 3.5mbps bandwidth but leaving some margin he told we would make it 4mbps and 2mbps is for broadband.

    SNR for downstream had dipped from 25 to 11

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