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How do I programatically connect, disconnect and reconnect to the internet?

I need to know the command for this. It would be good if I don't need Auto It for this.

Any solution?

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:P And you don't need AutoIt, just unplug it :whistle:

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It would be good if I don't need Auto It for this.

...?... Why are you asking this here then?

This would be the v3 Support section of this forum.

As in the AUTOIT v3 Support section of this forum.

How do I programatically connect, disconnect and reconnect to the internet?

How to do this without autoit? Hmmm....

Click on that little picture on your desktop that looks like this

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Or this

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How do I programatically connect, disconnect and reconnect to the internet?

I need to know the command for this. It would be good if I don't need Auto It for this.

Any solution?

look at RasDial.exe ...

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Any solution?

Without AutoIT?

Hm... Oh, yes I know. Build one of those LEGO robots and let it pull the cable to the internet or alternatively let it push the power button of your PC. You know: ON-OFF-ON

http://mindstorms.lego.com/

Hope that helps! Good luck....

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This is the first thing I made with autoit but since i dont know the command thing I used automation to move my mouse for me.(& its not working sometimes whan my pc is under heavy load)

Because I have dynamical IP(Changes every time I disconnect from internet) so every time I download a file from rapidshare.de(File hosting site) I need to change my IP to download more files(because if I dont, I need to wait 60 min to download next file....)

It is ADSL connection ( to connect I Doubleclick the shortcut on my desktop, to disconnect i double click on the icon, press Tab & enter)

I think it will be also if I would know How can I run shortcuts, because is not working for some reason:

;~ Run ( "ADZL" , @DesktopCommonDir ) ; shortcutname , desktop dir/

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take a look at devcon from Microsoft.

Its a program to allow you to control your hardware devices.. i.e disable a nic / modem or some other devices. You can automate its calling from autoit with the device paramters you want to use.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/311272/

Will do what your wanting. ;)


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