One of the way to do it is to use ftp like request to get access to mono box
(ex: http://usernam:password at monobox dot com/system_advanced.php)
Thtas wht im trying to do now to manage CP user. Unfotrunatly that only
works under linux bash scripting. I'm still trying to make it work under
However if u know ASP.net then u can do it quite easy.
From: Carlos Gacimartín [mailto:cgacimartin at gmail dot com]
Sent: Friday, February 15, 2008 10:56 AM
To: Lee Sharp; m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
Subject: Re: [m0n0wall] How to communicate with Mono
Yes, it would be a possibility, but i prefer to use the local database of
Mono instead of the another-machine-in-the-infrastructure radius one. The
system i´m studying to develope is like a proxy, so that if the
third-application decides we need a new user, it will ask for the user to my
app. and this one to Mono. The same if we need to delete a CP user, etc.
So that i was thinking of using HTTP commands but perhaps, as Wildcat says,
the backup/restore XML configuration file should be an easier idea,
althought a little bit more radical too :)
2008/2/15, Lee Sharp <leesharp at hal dash pc dot org>:
> Carlos Gacimartín wrote:
> > Hello,
> > i would like to develop an interface to reproduce the captive portal
> > of Mono for a third app, so that if this 3ºapp creates/deletes an user,
> > will do this. How should i interact with Mono, using the HTTP commands
> or is
> > there a better way?
> It sounds like what your are trying to do is normally done with a radius
> database, and any kind of radius tool.