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Wireless Router Management System

Does any one know any PHP code that can interact with a wireless router?

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You have an open discussion at link.
http://forums.cnet.com/7723-7589_102-571500/wireless-router-management-system/?messageId=5353312#message5353312


It appears you need a ready to use solution rather than writing your own?

But no, I don't know of any ready to use solution. And I know better than to look for such because with no standards to program to, each router would be a custom addition to the app and then I'd be updating said app for each version of the router and each version of the firmware.

The time invested in such a project would exceed what I would spend on setting up the routers the old fashioned way.
Bob
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tnx

yes i agree, i just need help how and where to start, if there are some networking ports concerned or etc.

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It's like climbing a mountain.

You have to prepare and then go do it. You may not succeed the first few times.

I get the feeling you think this app is something you will create or lift from an existing system but if you look around, someone will have to create it.

Part of the fun of writing software is creating it.
Bob

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