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Router Login + Reboot

by nutter130 / January 24, 2009 4:58 AM PST

Ok, i have a few questions, any help would be very appreciated.

Is there a way, and possibly someone point me in the right direction, of doing the following:

Login to router (192.168.0.1) with a username + password, (it has a pop up box that asks for them).
Reboot the router, page looks abit like this image:

http://www.xbitlabs.com/images/other/netgear-dg834n/Web/Diagnostics.png

Is this possible with any sort of code, and can simply be run by double clicking a file on a desktop.

Will be running only on windows (Vista with admin rights - if that helps).

Now, i'm only just starting coding/scripting in my college course, so very very limited knowledge.

Once again any help will me much appreciated.

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Skipping the code.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / January 24, 2009 5:03 AM PST
In reply to: Router Login + Reboot

Why would one need to reboot a router? A good and well configured router set to the settings in our Networking Forum usually runs for years without a reboot.

Tell more as while you could eventually code a reboot code and shortcut maybe you are trying to fix a common issue we chat about all the time in our Networking forum.
Bob

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Long story short...
by nutter130 / January 24, 2009 5:14 AM PST
In reply to: Skipping the code.

Basically, the router I have is the free one from the Sky broadband, and i've had to replace one because it just died, for no reason at all.

The problem I have is if I download a large volume of data (I do alot of BBC iPlayer etc). The router seems to become very sluggish and sometimes come's to a near complete stop, it could be possibly Sky capping my connection but i have the unlimited package so i can't see why they would. Anyway, a reboot from the router's page restores the previous fast connection, so i've always seen it as a router problem.

The reason i want this instead of logging into the router, is security, and simplicity, some family member's aren't allowed on the router page, and other's are slightly computer illiterate and wouldn't have a clue or remember how to do it.

That story didn't stay short, sorry.
~Anthony

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I understand.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / January 24, 2009 11:06 AM PST
In reply to: Long story short...

But the story is one that we see in our network forums a lot. If you can set it up per our networking forum you find that keeps the leeches off your wifi and keeps the speed up.

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Thanks
by nutter130 / January 25, 2009 12:04 AM PST
In reply to: I understand.

Ok thanks, i'll take a look at your networking forums, but the Sky router has a modified firmwire and has very limited settings. If not then i'll be back here looking for more help, if you don't mind.

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