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  1. Hello! Been working on this, SNMP UDF is a bit incomplete, but found a way to make it work as I wanted. Features Restarts wan connection Retrieve connected devices (Local IP/MAC address/device name) Displays: router external ip | up time | brand & model I made this for my home router, but probably works on others models and brands (except the restart function, that is a TP-LINK exclusive xD) TP-Link Manager v0.7.1.zip (v0.7 - 38 downloads) #Changelog
  2. I have searched the forum and really can't find what I'm looking for. I would like to find a script that can scan a computer and find devices plugged into a USB port that DOESN'T have a drive letter. I can detect devices that have a drive letter without a problem, but what I'm looking for are devices that don't produce a drive letter but show up as say an "Audio Device". Some personal audio devices show up as a device of this type and they are not assigned a drive letter. This is what I want to find. A flatbed scanner would show up as an imaging device. Any help would be appreciated.
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