Alex M wrote:
> Well it does solve problems and makes some extra problems ... because I will
> need to get the data from wget to the PHP.. Although it is easy to solve I
> like more native ways to work with :-P
> As to WGET its not available in windows, but it is compatible with it, if I
> find compiled file then I can use it under WIN.
If you grab a status page, you can parse the file. There is a curl
script to get and put the config, but I never ported it to wget. But
that is what we need... A way to pull multiple configs, compaire them,
and push back. Also a way to seperate the hardware config from the
settings config. (rt0 and dc0 vs. ipsec enabled...) As to the other,
seek and ye shall find.
And for other stuff,
I have used http://users.ugent.be/~bpuype/wget/ on the few painfull
times I am on Windows. :)