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#1: Re: One help required about DSL Router reboot

Posted on 2006-03-26 14:01:56 by Sebastian Gottschalk

V S Rawat wrote:

> It is working alright, but I have to start browser for that
> which is a long process for FireFox 1.5

1.3 seconds, if it's not already running. (why the hell should some
close programs?)

> Could someone please point out if I could create a batch (.cmd)
> script for that same thing, or could directly click on some
> program in hdd, or could do it by Start-Run entry. That will
> save me time.

Use "curl". A request to
http://355.354.353.352/resetrouter_en.cgi?lanRefresh=0 with the login
credentials supplied should be enough.

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#2: One help required about DSL Router reboot

Posted on 2006-03-26 14:54:16 by V S Rawat

Hi folks,

I had written about how I was guided by my ISP support guys to
be able to reboot my DSL router by my browser itself to get new
IP address, thus avoiding manual switching on/off.

It is working alright, but I have to start browser for that
which is a long process for FireFox 1.5

I am quoting the source page from browser where I have to click
on save/ reboot button which does the rest.

Could someone please point out if I could create a batch (.cmd)
script for that same thing, or could directly click on some
program in hdd, or could do it by Start-Run entry. That will
save me time.

thanks.
--
<html>
<head>
<meta HTTP-EQUIV='Pragma' CONTENT='no-cache'>
<link rel="stylesheet" href='stylemain.css'
type='text/css'>
<link rel="stylesheet" href='colors.css'
type='text/css'>
<script language="javascript">
<!-- hide

function btnReset() {
var code = 'location.assign("rebootinfo.cgi")';
eval(code);
}

function frmLoad() {
var sysReboot = '0';
var lanRefresh = '0';

if ( sysReboot == '1' )
btnReset();
else if ( lanRefresh == '1' ) {
var code =
'location.assign("resetrouter_en.cgi?lanRefresh=0")';
eval(code);
}
}

function restoreClick() {
var loc = 'restoreinfo.cgi';

var code = 'location.assign("' + loc + '")';

if (confirm("Are you sure you want to restore factory default
setting?"))
eval(code);
}

// done hiding -->
</script>
</head>
<body onLoad='frmLoad()'>
<blockquote><center><br><br>

<strong>Click the button below to save and reboot the
router.</strong><br>
</center></blockquote>
<p align="center">
<input type='button' onClick='btnReset()'
value='Save/Reboot'>
<br>
</p>
<blockquote><center><br><br>
<strong>Restore DSL router settings to the factory
defaults.</strong><br>

</center></blockquote>
<p align="center">
<input type='button' value='Restore Default Settings'
onClick='restoreClick()'>
<br>
</p>

</body>
</html>
<!--
2004120203
-->

--
Rawat


--
Vicky

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#3: Re: One help required about DSL Router reboot

Posted on 2006-03-26 15:55:20 by NETADMIN

> Use "curl". A request to
> http://355.354.353.352/resetrouter_en.cgi?lanRefresh=0 with the login
> credentials supplied should be enough.

What is this ?
What are youtrying to say in your last post

Explian?

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#4: Re: One help required about DSL Router reboot

Posted on 2006-03-26 16:05:37 by Sebastian Gottschalk

NETADMIN wrote:
>> Use "curl". A request to
>> http://355.354.353.352/resetrouter_en.cgi?lanRefresh=0 with the login
>> credentials supplied should be enough.
>
> What is this ?

http://$routerIP/the_request_that_should_be_made_according_t o_that_script

> What are youtrying to say in your last post
>
> Explian?

Didn't you read <news:xn0ek70k32slc7000@xananews>?

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#5: Re: One help required about DSL Router reboot

Posted on 2006-03-26 16:24:06 by Duane Arnold

"V S Rawat" <VSRawat@Invalid.none> wrote in message
news:xn0ek70k32slc7000@xananews...
> Hi folks,
>
> I had written about how I was guided by my ISP support guys to
> be able to reboot my DSL router by my browser itself to get new
> IP address, thus avoiding manual switching on/off.
>
> It is working alright, but I have to start browser for that
> which is a long process for FireFox 1.5
>
> I am quoting the source page from browser where I have to click
> on save/ reboot button which does the rest.
>
> Could someone please point out if I could create a batch (.cmd)
> script for that same thing, or could directly click on some
> program in hdd, or could do it by Start-Run entry. That will
> save me time.
>
> thanks.

I would suspect not, because the router is using a Winndows Web Interface
with a browser environment and not a Windows Desktop and/or DOS environment.

And what's with the HTML that's part of your sig. Vicky?

Duane :)

> --
> <html>
> <head>
> <meta HTTP-EQUIV='Pragma' CONTENT='no-cache'>
> <link rel="stylesheet" href='stylemain.css'
> type='text/css'>
> <link rel="stylesheet" href='colors.css'
> type='text/css'>
> <script language="javascript">
> <!-- hide
>
> function btnReset() {
> var code = 'location.assign("rebootinfo.cgi")';
> eval(code);
> }
>
> function frmLoad() {
> var sysReboot = '0';
> var lanRefresh = '0';
>
> if ( sysReboot == '1' )
> btnReset();
> else if ( lanRefresh == '1' ) {
> var code =
> 'location.assign("resetrouter_en.cgi?lanRefresh=0")';
> eval(code);
> }
> }
>
> function restoreClick() {
> var loc = 'restoreinfo.cgi';
>
> var code = 'location.assign("' + loc + '")';
>
> if (confirm("Are you sure you want to restore factory default
> setting?"))
> eval(code);
> }
>
> // done hiding -->
> </script>
> </head>
> <body onLoad='frmLoad()'>
> <blockquote><center><br><br>
>
> <strong>Click the button below to save and reboot the
> router.</strong><br>
> </center></blockquote>
> <p align="center">
> <input type='button' onClick='btnReset()'
> value='Save/Reboot'>
> <br>
> </p>
> <blockquote><center><br><br>
> <strong>Restore DSL router settings to the factory
> defaults.</strong><br>
>
> </center></blockquote>
> <p align="center">
> <input type='button' value='Restore Default Settings'
> onClick='restoreClick()'>
> <br>
> </p>
>
> </body>
> </html>
> <!--
> 2004120203
> -->
>
> --
> Rawat
>
>
> --
> Vicky

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#6: Re: One help required about DSL Router reboot

Posted on 2006-03-27 08:06:24 by V S Rawat

Duane Arnold wrote:

>
> "V S Rawat" <VSRawat@Invalid.none> wrote in message
> news:xn0ek70k32slc7000@xananews...
> > Hi folks,
> >
> > I had written about how I was guided by my ISP support guys
> > to be able to reboot my DSL router by my browser itself to
> > get new IP address, thus avoiding manual switching on/off.
> >

> I would suspect not, because the router is using a Winndows
> Web Interface with a browser environment and not a Windows
> Desktop and/or DOS environment.

Does it mean that a browser (or probably a mail/news reader) can
reboot the modem/ router, but we don't have any windows or dos
equivalent to do the same?

Probably they are using some programming. Java or Javascript.
Maybe I can save that script/ module somewhere and run directly
from o.s.

>
> And what's with the HTML that's part of your sig. Vicky?

V S Rawat is my name, V for Vicky as Nick name. Somehow I wrote
it here. I don't use sigs, I type them every time.

>
> Duane :)
>
> > --

--
Rawat

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