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http://www.freewebs.com/onedayillpay/screenshot.GIF

Im sure the screen shot was not needed

can this be done in the background and in under a second???

can some one show me a faster way to logginto my rounter and dissconnect.(autorecconnect after dissconnect will get me a new ip)

#include <Inet.au3>
#include <IE.au3>
$PublicIP = _GetIP()
;MsgBox(0, "IP Address", "Your IP Address is: " & $PublicIP)
$oIE = _IECreate ("http://"& $PublicIP)
Sleep(3000)
Send("bob{TAB 14}12345{ENTER}{TAB 14}{ENTER}");account and password
; 14 tabs to click dissconnect
Exit
this works and its simmple and i could put it into a loop with a timmer.

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Monamo

http://www.freewebs.com/onedayillpay/screenshot.GIF

Im sure the screen shot was not needed

can this be done in the background and in under a second???

can some one show me a faster way to logginto my rounter and dissconnect.(autorecconnect after dissconnect will get me a new ip)

#include <Inet.au3>
#include <IE.au3>
$PublicIP = _GetIP()
;MsgBox(0, "IP Address", "Your IP Address is: " & $PublicIP)
$oIE = _IECreate ("http://"& $PublicIP)
Sleep(3000)
Send("bob{TAB 14}12345{ENTER}{TAB 14}{ENTER}");account and password
; 14 tabs to click dissconnect
Exit
this works and its simmple and i could put it into a loop with a timmer.
Rather than navigate all 14 tabs to reach the disconnect, I'd see if manually navigating to the final page/tab might yield an absolute path to the internal page on the router. Then you could use your _IECreate() to open that absolute URL (which would still send you a password prompt) to reduce the page load time of each prior click needed.

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onedayillpay

Rather than navigate all 14 tabs to reach the disconnect, I'd see if manually navigating to the final page/tab might yield an absolute path to the internal page on the router. Then you could use your _IECreate() to open that absolute URL (which would still send you a password prompt) to reduce the page load time of each prior click needed.

well after disconnecting a new ip is retreaved instintly so then the webrowser is worthless.

is ther a nother way to disconnect from my router?

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well after disconnecting a new ip is retreaved instintly so then the webrowser is worthless.

is ther a nother way to disconnect from my router?

Are you trying to access the router from an external source? You're using a SpeedStream router. After your router retrieves a new IP address, *if* operating from inside your own network, DNS resolution should be able to resolve http://speedstream/

This is assuming that the SpeedStream is also acting as your internal DHCP server.


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