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neo van matix

Hello,

i'm trying to write a script to configure n mobotix-cameras (IP-Webcam's) with one single click - like set the recording-path to xxx on 10 cameras, without logon into each webinterface & change the configuration by hand.

The cameras can be programed by a http-api.

Example: i open http://iptocam/control?set&section=action&visualalarm=disable in internetexplorer - and the visual alarm (red border if something moves trough the picture) will be disabled.

Which command in autoit i could use to send this "command" ? I don't like to open an browserwindow; if i will run these action on 10 cameras, each time a IE-Window will open and has to be closed. Is there a .. silent way? Like.. send an TCP-Package, that seems for the camera like an http-request/command?

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seandisanti

Hello,

i'm trying to write a script to configure n mobotix-cameras (IP-Webcam's) with one single click - like set the recording-path to xxx on 10 cameras, without logon into each webinterface & change the configuration by hand.

The cameras can be programed by a http-api.

Example: i open http://iptocam/control?set&section=action&visualalarm=disable in internetexplorer - and the visual alarm (red border if something moves trough the picture) will be disabled.

Which command in autoit i could use to send this "command" ? I don't like to open an browserwindow; if i will run these action on 10 cameras, each time a IE-Window will open and has to be closed. Is there a .. silent way? Like.. send an TCP-Package, that seems for the camera like an http-request/command?

could use ie.au3 to create and close your browsers

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Tvern

I think it probably works if you just InetRead() the adress.

Otherwise you can use the functions in IE.au3 to create a hidden IE window and use that to navigate to the urls.

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