Is there an existing wireless router linksys WRT54G script out there that will run from Windows XP and hit the 'connect' & 'disconnect' button?
For example, I'd like to disconnect my wireless router (firmware 1.02.0) by clicking on a single shortcut to replace the multiple button presses today.
That shortcut would (perhaps using wget or some other idea):
- Connect to the wireless router IP address (https://192.168.0.1)2. Log in with a blank username & enter 'letmein' as the password
- Navigate to the "Status -> Router" Linksys WRT54G web page
- Press the "Login Status = Disconnect" button
A similar shortcut would reconnect on demand.
Is "wget" the best way to accomplish this?
I can't believe I'm the first person to need this so some kind wireless guy must have done this already. I googled for "linksys wrt54g connect script" and found something called "slackware" in addition to "wget" but I'm not a programmer so I would like to start with an existing script that does SOMETHING like hit any button on the Linksys WRT54G router. Once I have that, I can probably modify that program to do what I want.
I did findbut I did not understand most of the detail (I have a lot to learn).
Does anyone have a script that runs on windows that will connect to https://192.168.x.y to then hit a button on the Linksys WRT54G router?