Details from the business hub (some info omitted from output):
GUIAPIVersion: "GUI v1.10.1"
HardwareVersion: "FAST5364 3.00"
ModelName: "F@ST 5364"
ProductClass: "F@ST 5364"
I did try and guess the link unsuccessfully using variations on SG4K1100014 and 18.104.22.168_Prod
While I don't have a residential version to compare, I can see that you can change DNS on the business hub, but not a lot else. I cant even add a static route, which is how I have ended up here "XMO_ACCESS_DENIED_ERR".
No ssh, so I tried to load a residential firmware to enable it via the Web UI from the above links and it no longer boots.
So regrettably I have managed to brick my TT business hub, when I power it on it responds to ping on 192.168.1.1 (bootloader) for about 3 seconds and disappears. If I could find the business firmware, I might be able to reload the firmware via TFTP/serial cable connected onboard, but thats about all I can think to do with it.
Why they restrict the firmwares so much is really annoying, a router that wont static route is like going back 2 decades.
Anyway, be warned trying to flash firmware's manually !